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the book's dissection of the problem of obesity in this country
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The depth of his staff was underscored when Cronin was unable to coach games in the 2014-15 season after being diagnosed with an arterial dissection in his brain.
The songs on the EP seem to be a mix of self-analysis and dissections of relationships.
In their quiet beauty, his photographs capture every dissection of haute couture exhibited by every Black woman who intersects her faith, her religion, and her personal style.
Otherwise known as fragmentation, this trend involves the continual dissection into smaller and smaller parcels.
Nary a press conference goes by without a little sarcasm, a little criticism, a little something to help differentiate the dissection of one blowout victory from the next.
In 2007, Aspell suffered an aortic dissection and retired.
Events included owl talks given by the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, owl hikes, owl mask crafts, owl pellet dissection and building of an owl box.
In parsing the home team’s 38-7 NFC championship game dissection of the Minnesota Vikings and their No.
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