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Compression socks apply pressure to your veins and muscles and air circulation from your feet to your heart.
In a similar vein, focus on hiring, training, and retaining talented professionals, and routinely instilling in them an emphasis on the real benefits your product provides for your customers.
In a similar vein, it only felt right that Kenya’s most symbolically significant FKT should also be in Kenyan hands.
Along a similar vein, we have just analyzed the shape of an apple .
In those cases, the veins indicate that the rock had once interacted with flowing water.
To create the largest veins observed, the researchers estimate that the flows likely have seeped through an area perhaps two dozen miles across.
William Miller, a professor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of British Columbia, brought this forward in a call for participants for an as of yet unpublished research project in the same vein.
In the same vein, property taxes account for less than 2% of state revenues nationwide, but comprise roughly a quarter of the revenue Vermont raises each year.
Pulmonary embolisms, which happen when a clot breaks free from a vein and gets stuck in the lungs, are common in these patients.
Those veins also release more heat than surrounding dead scales.

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