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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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SunBurnt is formulated with a proprietary blend of nature's best healing and hydrating ingredients.
GILL HAMILTON: "My daughter had to wear her sunglasses on her holiday in Spain 'in case her eyes got sunburnt.
It's worrying to see that malignant melanoma rates are continuing to rise and it's very important that people take care of their skin in strong sun, even if they've been sunburnt in the past.
Getting sunburnt doesn't mean you'll definitely develop melanoma but it does increase your chances of developing the disease.
Jonesy Al Literally there is a bigger chance of drowning in a puddle than being sunburnt in South Wales
Gan Meir is part of the Tel Aviv setting for Adaf's third novel, Sunburnt Faces (2008), his first to be newly translated into Englisha coming-of-age story with fantastical elements whose opening section occurs in Netivot, in the south of Israel.
I used this after a day in the sun - it instantly corrected my sunburnt cheeks and added a dewy glow all over without the need for foundation.
London, Sept 20 (ANI): A study has found that millions of people are putting themselves at risk of developing skin cancer, because they believe that a spray tan will protect them from getting sunburnt.
Sunburnt cities; the great recession, depopulation, and urban planning in the American sunbelt.
Hundreds of cities across America have created a lineup of concerts, parades, festivals and other events that are sure to keep you busy till you drag your sunburnt face back into the office next Tuesday.
Summary: Almost half of people got sunburnt this summer and many would be willing to risk it again, a survey has suggested.