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an obstructing or impeding with the body of the movement or progress of an opponent.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Conduct a thorough
for ticks at the end of the day.
upon return from potentially tick-infested areas by searching your entire body for ticks.
It is extremely important to do a thorough
after being outdoors in areas where ticks may be present.
Also, conducting a
following exposure to a tick infested environment is advisable.
With ticks, it is also important to do a full
each day and remove ticks with tweezers.
If the facility discharges storm water directly to a surface water
the box and enter the name of the receiving water.
The examination included a complete
and a rectal examination.
Dominant dogs refuse to obey small children and control meek adults with a glance, a growl or a subtle
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