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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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Little Klaus now trod again on his sack, so that the skin squeaked.
Little Klaus gave the farmer his sack with the dry skin, and got instead a good bushelful of money.
After this the miller saw the skin in which the raven was, lying on the ground, and asked: 'What have you there?' The peasant answered: 'I have a soothsayer inside it.' 'Can he foretell anything to me?' said the miller.
The cunning old Indian followed him to and fro, holding out a sea-otter skin to him at every turn, and pestering him to trade.
"The skin of the traveller is white," said the young native, laying a finger impressively on the hard and wrinkled hand of the trapper.
Wrapped in a skin I carried three swords, and the two bows, and the arrows which Perry and I had fashioned.
"That is hardly my customary fee; I'll take home this first instalment, then return and bring an action for salvage against the skin."
I went back to the cave, and feeling that I must do something lest I should go mad, I drew to me the carcase of the great dog-wolf which I had killed, and, taking my knife of iron, I began to skin it by the light of the moon.
Gird the black skin upon thy shoulders, and the wolves shall follow thee; all the three hundred and sixty and three of them that are left, and let him who shall be brought to thee gird on the skin of grey.
So I brought stones and piled them up till I could reach him; then I lifted him down, for he was very light, being but skin and bones.
Purita Paz Lao, president of the Philippine Dermatological Society (PDS), for cases of acne, ectopic dermatitis or eczema, fungal infection, dry skin, wrinkles and other skin concerns.