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  1. massacreman

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    Woven Senior Member

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    “I can’t be the GIRL you want, because I’m the WOMAN you need”
     
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    Elephantiasis (/ˌɛləfənˈtaɪəsɪs, -fæn-/ [el-uh-fuhn-tahy-uh-sis, -fan-]) is a disease that is characterized by the thickening of the skin and underlying tissues, especially in the legs, male genitals and female breasts. In some cases, the disease can cause certain body parts, such as the scrotum, to swell to the size of a softball or basketball. "Elephantitis" is a common mis-hearing or mis-remembering of the term, from confusing the ending -iasis (process or resulting condition) with the more commonly heard -itis (irritation or inflammation). The proper medical term is Elephantiasis, and it is caused by lymphatic filariasis or podoconiosis. Treatment for podoconiosis consists of consistent shoe-wearing (to avoid contact with the irritant soil) and hygiene - daily soaking in water with an antiseptic (such as bleach) added, washing the feet and legs with soap and water, application of ointment, and in some cases, wearing elastic bandages. Antibiotics are used in cases of infection. Another form of effective treatment involves rigorous cleaning of the affected areas of the body. Several studies have shown that these daily cleaning routines can be an effective way to limit the symptoms of lymphatic filariasis. The efficacy of these treatments suggests that many of the symptoms of elephantiasis are not directly a result of the lymphatic filariasis but rather the effect of secondary skin infections.
     
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    leg-e-leg Senior Member

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    I swear it couldn't be sweeter, Life's a bitch
    Depending on how you treat her, you might get rich
    It's guaranteed you gonna die, you might get missed
    For maybe 2 or 3 hours, 'til they light their spliffs
     
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    A Hering type movement is one in which a response of equal size and opposite direction is seen in the uncovered eye during a cover test. For example when there is an exophoria present in the right eye, the left eye will move outwards as the right eye moves inwards once the cover is taken away. This occurs due to Hering’s Law of Equal Innervation which states that innervation to the synergistic pairs of muscles in the eyes is equal
     
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    HueCurves1 = HueCurves(0, HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[0.1893,0,0]@0.6542,[-0.0059,0,0]@0.8142,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1),
    HermiteV(xhue,0,[1,0,0]@0,[1,0,0]@0.16,[1,0,0]@0.33,[1,0,0]@0.49,[1,0,0]@0.64,[1,0,0]@0.833,[1,0,0]@1));


    // User Interface settings

    SetKey(
    "nodeView.HueCurves1.t", "0",
    "nodeView.HueCurves1.x", "617.5322",
    "nodeView.HueCurves1.y", "-2529.87256"
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    are you a fan of face humping?
     
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