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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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His recent research into alternative high performance skins has led to the development of 12 inch thick frameless glass panels capable of creating varying opacities by the use of frit applied patterns and inner layers that promise to control light, entrain air and offer views out through a highly insulated yet shimmering, ice-like membrane.
First-time Skins Game participant Phil Mickelson finished second with $300,000, thanks to winning $200,000 on the 18th hole Sunday.
Avoid: Bruised fruit or fruit that yields to slight pressure on the skin.
Normally, core breakthrough is undesirable, but selective breakthrough could be of interest in parts with hard cores and soft skins, but which require external rigidity at certain locations.
The skins are available for all 32 NFL teams, featuring the official colors and helmet logo for each team.
Twice in the final five holes, O'Meara dropped in birdie putts to deny Lehman skins - first with a 35-footer on No.
Avoid: Fruit which yields to slight pressure on the skin and which has soft, mealy flesh, and fruit with bruised areas.
in Lafayette, LA, has found that following radiotherapy for breast cancer, exposing women to low energy non-thermal light-emitting diode (LED) photomodulation can significantly reduce painful, treatment interrupting skin reactions.
Lootmobiles: Skins Game 1-2 finishers Couples and Watson won not only a combined $500,000 over the weekend but also something to drive the money to the bank.
With SkinIt's reputation as the online brand source for mobile device personalization, we welcomed the opportunity to develop custom skins for HP consumer products," says Patrick Pounders, vice president of SkinIt, Partner Sales.
In addition to the Wyland art skins, mobile device owners can choose a skin reflecting sports leagues or players (NBA, Wayne Gretzky), college logos, Greek letters, movie or music brands (AC/DC, Rolling Stones), comic characters, or fashion style.