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  1. Tunos
    Sep 01,  · Directed by Filomena Guarasci. With Chloe Van Landschoot, Sarah Fisher, Douglas Nyback, Giselle Alcala Garcia. When Life Changes Directions on You.
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  2. Zut
    The outer covering of a vertebrate animal, consisting of two layers of cells, a thick inner layer (called the dermis) and a thin outer layer (called the epidermis). Structures such as hair, scales, or feathers are contained in the skin, as are fat cells, sweat glands, and sense organs (called skin receptors).
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  3. Mokus
    Human skin, more than that of any other mammal, exhibits striking topographic differences. An example is the dissimilarity between the palms and the backs of the hands and fingers. The skin of the eyebrows is thick, coarse, and hairy; that on the eyelids is thin, smooth, and covered with almost invisible hairs.
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  4. Mazule
    Skin definition is - the integument of an animal (such as a fur-bearing mammal or a bird) separated from the body usually with its hair or feathers. How to use skin in a sentence.
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  5. Vir
    Skin definition, the external covering or integument of an animal body, especially when soft and flexible. See more.
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  6. Faunris
    84 synonyms of skin from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for skin. Skin: an outer part or layer.
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  7. Bashura
    explore origin 0 Base skins used to create this skin; find derivations Skins created based on this one; Find skins like this: almost equal very similar quite similar - Skins that look like this but with minor edits.
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  8. Maurg
    Skin Problems Overview Good treatments are available for a variety of skin conditions, including rash, itchy skin, skin fungus or infection, skin bumps or skin tags. A dermatologist can advise you.
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  9. Dajas
    Skin is the largest organ on our body, made up of several different parts, including water, protein, lipids (fats), and different minerals and chemicals. Throughout your life, your skin will change, for better or worse. In fact, your skin regenerates itself approximately every 27 days.
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