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The text of the invitation can be done via engraving (the most formal and also most expensive), thermography, lithography, laser, or can be handwritten by a calligrapher.
The daylong event includes luncheon and talks by five experts in mental wellness, thermography, conscious conception, pain management and holistic cancer prevention and treatment.
Now, using infrared thermography, a type of temperature-sensing video originally developed by the U.S. military, scientists have tracked the pattern of heat distribution across the toucan’s body under changing outside temperatures.
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