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1 Once that protection is lost, and the integrity of the skin barrier disrupted, skin becomes dry - which means it can crack, peel, itch, burn, sting, or any combination," says Crutchfield.
2 This means that, unless you say otherwise, no one can perform a piece written by you or make copies of it, even with attribution, unless you give the OK.
3 This means, for example, throwing out the idea that any international model — say, the Anglo-American version — can be imposed or grafted onto other cultures.
4 That means conforming to office norms about dress and conduct and even small things like how phones are answered or how meetings are run.
5 Because it has fattened itself up in the back, so it can touch back there, what that means is that the front of the tongue is not touching anything.
6 I perceived in this device the means of my deliverance.
7 This means that the owning class "realizes" the provided interfaces on the port.
8 They recognise that the drive for missile defence on the part of the US means that they need to expand their nuclear capabilities in order to stay in the same place.
9 This means a lot more than reading manuals, for we all know that reading a manual does not make anyone an expert.
10 Nobody that we have dealt with has ever taken as much time to understand the subtlety of the science and all the different complications and what it all means as Al Gore.
11 If that means missing a few signals in my system, so be it.
12 largest active region seen on the sun since 2005 has rotated to the center of the sun's face, as seen from earth-which means any eruptions it produces will be aimed right at us.
13 But she knows not how they feel and she knows not what it means.
14 On matters of principle we should be clear-cut in attitude, and by no means be equivocal.
15 Doing that will take courage, for it means coming up with a scheme for cutting entitlements to pensions and health care that will not go down well with voters.
16 This means cutting out shapes, taping things in place and allowing glue to dry if need be.
17 But it also means that the supply of houses is lagging behind population growth, which will eventually prompt a housing revival.
18 The best means we should resort to is to build a long dam along the river.
19 This means that it should be possible to migrate a significant chunk of the application code without changing a single line.
20 This approach lets you migrate projects individually, although it means that client applications may need to connect to a broker with different connection characteristics.
21 The above practice means the creation of packages in PROD environment is usually not desired as it could also circumvent verification processes and approvals tied to legal subjects.
22 This means that end users in one department can access and use the data in a data mart in another department.
23 Spend some time thinking about this exercise and what it means.
24 The prevalence of these widgets means they can report on almost all your browsing activity, which can then be linked to databases full of the social data you intentionally share.
25 That means that money from REDD programmes need to go to people that not only live within the forests, but also the farmers living outside them.
26 This means that we use an age and risk group based approach in line with most other countries that have seasonal influenza vaccination programmes.
27 I knew intuitively that university would by no means be as wonderful as the teacher depicted to me.
28 specification defines the means by which any client of a resource instance can establish and renew its interest in the resource instance for a specific period of time.
29 This ratio also means that an unpowered hang-glider flying at a constant speed moves 15 metres forward for every one metre it descends.
30 That means no yelling or whining, no matter how much they aggravate you.