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India’s healthcare system has spiralled into total chaos following the Covid-19 outbreak.
It’s possible, too, that some of the partisan divides we’re seeing now could start to narrow as outbreaks spiral out of control in states like Arizona, Florida and Texas.
Images from the telescopes show a spiral disk of gas and dust surrounding AB Aurigae.
It likely has spiral arms, too, the scientists say — just like the Milky Way.
Our spirals might all trace back to an unexpected influence from cosmic rays.
I believe very strongly in relief right now, policies that stop economic Armageddon from spiraling out of control.
The organism is an actively motile spiral thread, about four times the diameter of a red corpuscle in length.
See that silver spiral going out from Venus and around the table to the orbit of Saturn?
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Spirochte pallida is an extremely slender, spiral, motile thread, with pointed ends.
Upon ulcerated surfaces it is often mingled with other spiral micro-organisms, which adds to the difficulty of its detection.

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