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A Russian unit of length equivalent to 24,500 feet, or approximately seven and a half kilometers. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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Since these factors are intimately associated with production and function of milk and because milk spots
were a predictor for survival, downregulation of these genes was confirmed using [RT.sup.2] qPCR.
Known as "reborns", some of the dolls have beating hearts, others have tiny veins and even milk spots
A THESE pearl-like spots are commonly known as milk spots
as they often affect very young children.