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Physicians and scientists have to stay up to date. Keeping up with the latest discoveries saves time and money and can lead to new and unexpected innovations.
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The day was overcast, buried in clouds.
As always, optimum temperature and humidity in the apartment. Miss Yoko lounged on the couch, endlessly whiling away the time playing stupid video games. She didn’t speak to me.
Nothing to do. Nothing to do and I can’t do anything about it.
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