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Its not the things you do

Its not the things you do at C H R I S T M A S, but the Christmas things you do T H R O U G H O U T the year! I know its not Christmas yet, but it will soon be upon us. Just like this Christmas reef, its exterior will become revitalised through the winter months - but irregardless of the weather, remains all year round. I know so many people, and I was guilty of it once, who wait around for special occasions or life defining moments to make things happen. The thing is, there is never a better time than the present #thelensblog #photographer #photography #photo #landscape #quote #quoteoftheday #thought #foodforthought #canon #dslr #ndfilter #thelensbible #igersbirmingham #igersblackcountry #christmastime #christmasreef #allyearround #doitnow #makeithappen #lifechanging #selfmotivated #selfawareness #selfdevelopment #hereandnow #notimelikethepresent #lifechangingmoments

Do U know the differenc

: Do U know the difference between a COMMUNITY and a NEIGHBORHOOD? : Let let Dick Gregory break it down for U but be mindful that... : Gregory was at the forefront of political activism in the 1960s, when he protested the Vietnam War andracial injustice. He was arrested multiple times and went on many hunger strikes. He later became a motivational speaker and author, primarily promoting spirituality. : By definition: COMMUNITY.... 1.) a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. 2.) a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. : NEIGHBORHOOD.. 1.) a district, especially one forming a community within a town or city. 2.) neighborly feeling or conduct. 3.) the area surrounding a particular place, person, or object. : Now lets understand the word.. NEIGH.. a characteristic high-pitched sound uttered by a horse. : BOR... a town or district that is an administrative unit, in particular. : HOOD.... a covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face, typically forming part of a coat or sweatshirt. : Fight IGNORANCE & EDUCATE YOURSELF! : #dickgregory #selfmotivated #selfchange #selfinvestment #selfinprovement #knowyourselfworth #civilrightactavist #keepit1000 #seekingunderstanding #neighborhood #knowthetruth #civilrights #researchityourself #learnbetter #dobetter #doingright #3rdeyeopener #3rdeyevision #keepingit100 #community #knowthevalueofyourself #whatkindoffoolisyou :

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Pressure-swing distillation is essentially the same as the unidirectional distillation used to break azeotropic mixtures, but here both positive and negative pressures may be employed. This improves the selectivity of the distillation and allows a chemist to optimize distillation by avoiding extremes of pressure and temperature that waste energy. This is particularly important in commercial applications. One example of the application of pressure-swing distillation is during the industrial purification of ethyl acetate after its catalytic synthesis from ethanol.

Problems of the thyroid gland occur in 2050% of individuals with Down syndrome. Low thyroid is the most common form, occurring in almost half of all individuals. Thyroid problems can be due to a poorly or nonfunctioning thyroid at birth (known as congenital hypothyroidism) which occurs in 1% or can develop later due to an attack on the thyroid by the immune system resulting in Graves' disease or autoimmune hypothyroidism. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is also more common.

The diagnosis can often be suspected based on the child's physical appearance at birth. An analysis of the child's chromosomes is needed to confirm the diagnosis, and to determine if a translocation is present, as this may help determine the risk of the child's parents having further children with Down syndrome. Parents generally wish to know the possible diagnosis once it is suspected and do not wish pity.

Efforts are underway to determine how the extra chromosome 21 material causes Down syndrome, as currently this is unknown, and to develop treatments to improve intelligence in those with the syndrome. One hope is to use stem cells. Other methods being studied include the use of antioxidants, gamma secretase inhibition, adrenergic agonists, and memantine. Research is often carried out on an animal model, the Ts65Dn mouse.

The taxon Dinosauria was formally named in 1842 by paleontologist Sir Richard Owen, who used it to refer to the "distinct tribe or sub-order of Saurian Reptiles" that were then being recognized in England and around the world. The term is derived from the Greek words (deinos, meaning "terrible", "potent", or "fearfully great") and (sauros, meaning "lizard" or "reptile"). Though the taxonomic name has often been interpreted as a reference to dinosaurs' teeth, claws, and other fearsome characteristics, Owen intended it merely to evoke their size and majesty. Other prehistoric animals, including mosasaurs, ichthyosaurs, pterosaurs, plesiosaurs, and Dimetrodon, while often popularly conceived of as dinosaurs, are not taxonomically classified as dinosaurs.