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shine

Informal short for moonshine (whisky)
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Aquasebom decreased sebum (-9.1%), reduced shininess (-36%) and significantly tightened pores (-36%).
In addition to traditional Pokedex category fields like gender and shininess, there's a new classification for form.
But in among all the newness and shininess, there is one pervasive problem, especially with the sort of tech that we normally cover here: it's that automatic shuttering that occurs in response to the word 'creative' (or sometimes even just to the smell of it).
Having said that, all children respond differently to medications, so if you suspect signs of skin thinning (increased transparency and shininess) or stretch marks on your child's skin, bring this to the attention of your child's primary healthcare provider.
Brightness effects involve whiteness, shininess, shimmering, glittering, and iridescence.
The comparably small scale of these works, not least in relation to the ample space, and their lightweight, almost low-budget shininess and "digitalness" belie the headache-inducing tension that binds the series together (insofar as the works deflect topics of populism and subversion that were deliberated in an accompanying press release).
That these films have failed to succeed, with the shininess of their budgets and all-star casts, suggests that Nollywood's magic and glamour is not easily bottled for an outside audience.
(depending on the temperature conditions) until the rheological properties of "pasta filata" (stretchability) and appearance (smoothness, shininess, and even surface) were appropriate.
(We love a blast of cool water to help seal the strand shafts and enhance your hair's natural shininess.) Donezo.
Measurements by this test method correlate with visual observations of surface shininess made at roughly the corresponding angles.