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Neither has the love of the lengthening, thickening, blue-black tint inside.
My doctor tried to quell my fears by explaining it’s merely an unusual thickening or hardening of the uterine wall caused by the glandular tissue being pushed into the muscle.
Too much sunlight may also lead to a thickening and/or yellowing of the conjunctiva, the membrane covering the eye.
In Japan, companies are developing special thickening products that can be added to meals during preparation to alter the texture of various foods and ease swallowing.
Around the West, forest managers in recent years have raised concerns about the thickening of forests because of aggressive wildfire suppression.
Perhaps something else was to account for the thickening of bone seen in Indohyus and early archaeocetes.
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