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household cleaners in the kitchen cabinets • glass jars and canisters • sharp objects (like kitchen knives, scissors and forks) • garbage can (with remnants of good-smelling but dangerous things like onions, potato skins, apple or pear cores, ...
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Your inner destructivity reveals itself by leading you to break objects easily and, of course, inadvertently: especially the ... Be cautious also with metal and sharp objects such as saws and drills, electrical devices and cables, and similar things.
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Two of the objects (O- a and c) have one intact and slightly tapering, pinched end; while the other two are broken on ... by shaping the wet clay around a string, instead of having been perforated through the insertion of a sharp object through  ...
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Another 14 single objects all display cu ing edges, among these are 8 backed knives and 6 unretouched flakes with sharp edges. Only one retouched tool was found among the single objects, a convergent scraper (RMU 54). One Levallois ...
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3 Any instrument or device commonly known as "shuriken", being a hard non- flexible plate having three or more radiating points with one or more sharp edges in the shape of a polygon, trefoil, cross, star, diamond or othér geometrical shape,  ...
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Sharp objects as cause of head injuries (no. of cases) Sharp object caused the injury? No. of Patient groups CaSCS No Improbable Yes - ) Present authors' series 104 95 8 1 II. From neurosurgical unit 55 54 0 1 III. Forensic medical cases 121 ...
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Sharp objects as cause of head injuries (no. of cases) Sharp object caused the injury? No. of Patient groups Cases No Improbable Yes I. Present authors' series 104 95 8 1 II. From neurosurgical unit 55 54 0 1 III. Forensic medical cases 121 ...
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It wil be remembered that, as far as the results are concerned, the greatest inconsistency was found in the names given to round and pointed objects. In one group some vowels and consonants were significantly preferred with regard to round ...
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l“FE~C'l'l0N CllN'lllR()L "3-l$\'—'_T I ABSTRACT Exposure to contaminated sharp objects is one of the inherent hazards of working in a clinical setting. Today, primarily due to concerns about possible HIV infection, a “terror-factor” strikes ...
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The sharp thorny objects, for example, are an unusual detail, one that is eliminated in the print after the painting. Are they a thorny, man-made threat, like the "cauchetrepe" or "man-trap," the military device for impaling an enemy that was ...