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5 lepta value of the 1914 Flag issue On August 28, the government issued a new set of eight, with the same denominations as previously, depicting the flag of Epirus and a double-headed eagle in a two-color design.

A certain Lambeth struck the flag and Ayscue had to surrender to
respiratory or cardiac failure.

Visceral memories of RR barroom brawls tweaked his flaccid muscles.

Loss of turgor (plant cell water pressure) is accompanied by loss of shape, reduction in weight and a generally flaccid (limp) product, leading to unpresentable and unattractive purchases with physiological shrinkage.

Physically they are stooped over, grey skinned humanoids with very loose, flaccid, skin.

POTATO (Solanum tuberosum) The young leaves become flaccid and ultimately remain permanently wilted.

Leonard's bias is towards the accessible, the heartfelt, and so there are many flaccid and sincere poems that do not engage attention.

At the hospital, the girl was diagnosed with acute flaccid myelitis, and a sample from her respiratory tract tested positive for enterovirus C105.

Complications include meningitis, encephalitis, and acute flaccid paralysis - a condition often characterized by muscle weakness and, in some cases, paralysis of a limb.

Dr. Lehman said doctors don't know if there's a link between Acute Flaccid Myelitis and Enterovirus D68.

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