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- and functioning well. DIPG is a brainstem glioma. The brain stem is the bottommost portion of the brain, connecting the cerebrum with the spinal cord. The...
- provide a waterproof layer. Its outermost cells are constantly lost; its bottommost cells are constantly dividing and pushing upward. The middle layer, the...
- transposed_list[:num]] # We've now dropped the beads. To de-transpose, we count the # 'bottommost row' of dropped beads, then mimic removing this # row by subtracting 1...
- blade appears to be made of 3 separate pieces hammer welded together. The bottommost piece has a flattened diamond cross-section, and so perhaps might be a...
- & Dragons. The objective of the game is to retrieve an "Orb" from the bottommost dungeon. The orb is kept in a treasure room guarded by a high-level enemy...
- depends solely on the angle created by the rays coming from the topmost and bottommost part of the object that p**** through the center of the lens of the eye...
- channel created by the heat of the corium and froze before penetrating the bottommost floor of the ba****t. In the ba****t of the reactor at Chernobyl, a...
- worked in mills, factories, and private households and were considered the bottommost group in the female job hierarchy, alongside African American women. Workers...
- feature an additional aspect (positioned directly to the right of the bottommost aspect, or alternatively, in the same aspect as the amber light) with...
- exactly 1 leaf node and exactly 1 internal node as a child (except for the bottommost node, whose only child is a single leaf node). While less expressive,...
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