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At every age, prolonged sitters show less thickness in the medial temporal lobe and the subregions that make it up, the study found.
True Chablis hails from the eponymous subregion of Burgundy, France.
One of its central goals is to boost African economies by harmonizing trade liberalization across subregions and at the continental level.
Compare that to some -- but not all -- of the 50 US states, which have coroners stationed locally by county or subregion.
That constitution, and numerous subsequent laws adding to it, give Catalonia more autonomy than practically any other national subregion in the democratic world.
There are five subregions in Rias Baixas, and albarino can come from any of them: Ribeira do Ulla, Val do Salnes, Soutomaior, Condado do Tea and O Rosal.
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