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A form of decay in which wood becomes soft and weak and has a dull lifeless appearance.
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"I genuinely believe Doze could help thousands of commuters and tourists who want to relax on their journey, without the stress of potentially missing their stop."
E, portanto, ja no contexto do enfraquecimento progressivo da autonomia portuguesa que Cordeiro publica as suas comedias, reivindicando, atraves do mito dos Doze e de outros temas que fazem parte da memoria colectiva portuguesa, a identidade, a autonomia conferida inicialmente a Portugal pelos Filipes e o potencial politico que Portugal detivera ate entao.
In Marshmallow, leaving the phone sitting for about 30 minutes would activate Doze mode.
The PC No Doze is easy to implement and begin using with virtually any model of computer mouse.
Idejus pirmaja doze (5 mgMe/l), geriausiai spalva nyksta naudojant gelezies (III) chlorida (58 %), blogiausiai--polialiuminio oksich-lorida.
Na maior parte dos casos, eles resultaram de solicitacoes que, ao longo destes doze anos, nos foram fazendo.
She said that the government would facilitate the NGOs and private sector to join hand for the elimination of this menace from the country and to create awareness among the parents that anti-polio doze should be given to every child under 5 years of age and repeated dozes to the children are safe.
The client self-rates on how likely it is that he/she would doze in eight different situations.
The scale asks, "How often would you say that you doze while: you're sitting and reading; watching television; sitting inactive in a public place; as a passenger in a car, train, or bus; sitting or talking to someone; sitting quietly after lunch; as a driver in a car; or in any other situation where you doze," Dr.
The scale asks "How often would you say that you doze while: you're sitting and reading; watching television; sitting inactive in a public place; as a passenger in a car, train, or bus; sitting or talking to someone; sitting quietly after lunch; as a driver in a car; or in any other situation where you doze," Dr.
Compared with those who didn't doze, the risk of having a vascular event was 40% higher for those who reported some dozing and was more than two times higher for those who reported significant dozing.
How likely are you to doze off or fall asleep in the situation described below, in contrast to feeling just tired?