Sweating

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Sweating

The act or practice of removing gold or some other precious metal from a coin. This has occurred since Roman times. When coins derive their value from the intrinsic value of the metals, sweating has been known to cause significant inflation.
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An alternative approach is to expel perspiration from the prosthesis as it accumulates.
But maybe, just maybe, somewhere there's a small phial containing the perspiration that brought us Milk Wood.
Basically, the pill claims to turn perspiration into a fragrance - and because we are all genetically unique, our scented sweat will take on an individual characteristic, too.
I got on to Johnson Cleaners who told me: "Unfortunately marks have remained on the dress due to perspiration on the fabric, rather than negligence on our part.
99, which is a hard-working, quick-drying, alcohol-free aerosol that tackles even problem perspiration, seeing offdamp patches and keeping you fresh for up to 48 hours.
A leather lining allows your foot to breathe and prevents perspiration and odor," she says "Leather bottoms create a more natural form for a better walking experience.
That was one of the few times I was glad fat people get so sweaty--at least I could play off my tears of humiliation as perspiration running down my face.
a maker of super-thin blown and cast TPU films, to develop medical films for wound dressings and breathable films to be applied to fabric to prevent perspiration odor.
A signal case in point is The Americans, US Gymnastics Team: Like several of White's subjects, the coach and the injured young female athlete he cradles Pieta-like in his arms both glisten with a sheen of vaguely postcoital perspiration, their expressions caught precisely on the cusp of pain and pleasure.
Diadora claims the technology quickly pulls perspiration and humidity away from the body while creating a barrier from harmful UV rays.