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pubic

of or relating to the pubes or pubis
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The (https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0221303) research found no association between pubic hair grooming and testing positive for STIs, specifically gonorrhea and chlamydia.
He said the current loss ratio and burden on general pubic are unacceptable and all possible measures should be taken to curb these losses.
Giving the graphic details of the decomposing corpse of the deceased, a Consultant Pathologist, Dr Olumuyiwa Pelemo, said the deceased had the hair on her head shaved and that of her pubic region while her two upper front teeth had been broken off leaving only some fragments.
As each pubic hair is attached to a nerve, tugging during sex may also increase sexual stimulation.
The title itself uses the language "representative probability sample." That translates only to "if a and," not to the certainty of "if a therefore" when it comes to pubic grooming and STIs.
It's certainly easier than opting for a pubic hair transplant (and yes, such a service does exist at clinics like Harley Street's DHI Global).
Few weeks later she lost hair on her head, pubic region, and armpits.
Surgical treatment is divided into a range of procedures such as femoral head osteotomy, total hip replacement, triple pelvic osteotomy (TPO) in early cases (MANLEY et al., 2007), juvenile pubic symphysiodesis (JPS) (DUELAND, 2001; PATRICELLI, 2002) and more recently double pelvic osteotomy (DPOVEZZONI et al., 2010).
system so that pubic complaints of low voltage and frequent power break downs
A subpubic cartilaginous cyst is a rare soft-tissue mass lesion derived from the pubic symphysis, which can be either asymptomatic or cause discomfort, pain, and urinary retention.
According to NAB, Farooq would lure the general pubic with a promise of returning handsome profit by investing in sale and purchase of agricultural goods in 2014.