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Can spiders harm you in your sleep?

No, it would have no inclination to do that. The only reason one might get a spider bite is if the spider got into your bed by accident and you rolled over on it or laid a hand or foot on it during your sleep. Most spider bites, however, are harmless.

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What is the ISO system of limits and fits?

The ISO System of Limits and Fits is a coordinated system of hole and shaft tolerances for engineering and manufacturing used for cutting tools, material stock, gages, etc. If held to these tolerances, cutting tools, material stock, and gages are available throughout the world.

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How do I reset my KitchenAid Superba microwave?

Perform a hard reset. Pull the plug out of the wall power supply, and wait a moment. Plug the GE microwave back into the wall power supply to reset any anomalies with the microwave's memory. You will need to reset the time of day if you perform a hard reset .

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How do you grow peppers in Texas?

Unless you have a greenhouse or are able to start seeds indoors when it is still cold, purchase pepper plants as transplants from a local nursery. The planting time for peppers in Central Texas is mid-March through mid-July when the soil temperature is at least 70 degrees.

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Why do my boobs have stretch marks?

Hormonal changes that occur during puberty can trigger a rapid growth of breast tissue. As the breast tissue increases, the skin stretches. The thinning of the skin can lead to stretch marks on the breasts. Stretch marks are a normal part of puberty for many girls.

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What is the best neutral color for wall?

Lenox Tan is a warm neutral that I refer to often in my Online Paint Colour Consulting. The visual weight and warmth of it seem to work well in so many rooms – light, dark, big, small, it just depends on the look you're going for! Monroe Bisque is a warm beige with a subtle yellow undertone.

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Who played Bonnie in Shameless?

Do you know if Bonnie will be coming back in season 6 or not? However, there is no word that she will be playing the same Bonnie who stole Carl's heart in season four. As soon as we know for sure we will let you know.

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Why is the market demand curve downward sloping quizlet?

The demand curve is downward - sloping because: - As consumers purchase substitutes, the quantity demanded of the good falls. - The benefit of consuming more of a good falls with each additional unit, so the price consumers are willing and able to pay also falls with increased consumption.

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How do I clean my Lazy Boy microfiber?

Mix a few drops of a mild detergent with water if your La-Z Boy microfiber recliner is water-safe. Soak a soft cloth or sponge in the mixture and wring it out until it is only damp. Wash the soiled section slowly, bringing the stain to the surface as you go.

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How do you break into a door?

To unlock a door without the key, start by jamming the edge of a credit card between the door frame and the lock. Then, bend the card back toward the frame to force the lock back into the door so it opens.

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How do you clean tan suede shoes?

Grab some plain white vinegar or rubbing alcohol, and pour a bit onto a white washcloth. (Unlike water, vinegar and rubbing alcohol won't stain suede !) Rub the dampened cloth onto the stain, then let the area dry completely. Once it's dry, use the brush to fluff the fabric back up and brush away any loosened dirt.

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How long is the yellow wallpaper?

The narrator forces herself to rip off the wallpaper, and she says that the woman inside helps her. Just like the women she sees outside the windows, she starts creeping around in the room, along the wall. What happens at the end is that John enters the room, and sees his wife creeping on the floor.

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What is significant about the Ediacaran biota?

The Ediacaran (/?i?di?æk?r?n/; formerly Vendian) biota is a taxonomic period classification that consists of all life forms that were present on Earth during the Ediacaran Period (ca. 635–542 Mya). This biota largely disappeared with the rapid increase in biodiversity known as the Cambrian explosion.

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Why are atoms named atoms?

Atoms were impenetrably hard, meaning they could not be divided. In Greek, the prefix "a" means "not" and the word "tomos" means cut. Our word atom therefore comes from atomos, a Greek word meaning uncuttable. The word is derived from the Greek word "atomos", meaning indivisible.

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How many Morphe stores are in Canada?

If you are a student of the beauty industry, she said, you would notice that many of the brands over the last 10 to 15 years that have really delivered innovation in the business have been West Coast brands. The company has 26 stores currently which will grow to 29 by the end of June.

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Is a banana a fermentable carbohydrate?

Fermentable carbohydrates are not just sweets like cookies, doughnuts, cake and candy. They also include bananas and several tropical fruits, sticky fruits like raisins and other dried fruits, and starchy foods like potatoes, refined wheat flour, yams, rice, pasta, pretzels, bread, and corn.

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Do you shock AFib?

Electrical cardioversion is a process by which the heart is shocked to convert it from an irregular rhythm back into a normal sinus rhythm. For patients in persistent atrial fibrillation, electrical cardioversion may be done early in the process to stop the afib and put the heart back into normal sinus rhythm.

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What type of tile is best for swimming pools?

Not all tile can be used in a swimming pool. According to Installing Ceramic Tile in Swimming Pools, it's important to select the right tile for your pool and spa: Impervious tiles are best; they will only absorb 0.5 percent of any moisture they come in contact with. Vitreous tiles will absorb up to 3 percent."

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What is primary research in nursing?

What is a Primary Source? A primary source in science is a document or record that reports on a study, experiment, trial or research project. Primary sources are usually written by the person(s) who did the research, conducted the study, or ran the experiment, and include hypothesis, methodology, and results.

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What did the wizard call the Tin Man?

"All the same," said the Scarecrow, "I shall ask for brains instead of a heart; for a fool would not know what to do with a heart if he had one." "I shall take the heart," returned the Tin Woodman ; "for brains do not make one happy, and happiness is the best thing in the world."

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