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Can you have two colds at the same time?
If I were you, I would either tell both that you like them. And see which one has a better response. Or you could decide which one you like most. You would still like the othe…r one, just not as much.
When two triads are played at the exact same time, it is commonly called a Polychord. Poly typically means three.
yes you should get two puppies because if you only one, then the puppy will eventually get lonely when your gone or not present with with him or her and its best if you have a…n active playmate for the puppy so he or she wont be lonley. its very healthy for a dog to have a playmate especially if its a new born or puppy in your matter. i have two dogs myself and they turned out to be very happy and love to play together and its a very good and loving experience for you to witness yourself.
Yes you can, bronchitis is a chronic condition whereas a cold is more acute. They affect a person in different ways but a cold will often lead to an exacerbation of bronchitis… as the body will be producing even more mucus, which will lead to further narrowing of the bronchi. This will mean even more effort is required to get air into the alveoli in the lungs.
Yes, it is possible but infrequent in otherwise healthy people. Usually the body is infected with only one virus at a time. But, unless you are immune to that particular virus…, it is possible to become infected at any time, regardless of whether you are already sick. The immune system produces various antibodies, so if you are sick with a cold your immune system has already started producing more antibodies, some of which indiscriminately attack all foreign invaders. This is probably why, once you are sick with a cold, you are less likely to get the flu or anything else at the same time since the immune system has already been alerted and is working hard. However, it is not impossible, it has happened. You will know if you get both. Cold symptoms will pale in comparison to the flu and the flu will come on abruptly. What felt like just congestion and a runny nose will turn into a pounding headache, cold sweats, muscle aches and possible nausea. Moreover, the flu symptoms will probably end before the cold does.
Certainly. I've seen 6 tattoo artists working on one client at one time. The only thing to take into consideration is the very real possibility of slipping into shock due to t…he fact that you are enduring so much pain, losing blood, as well as the toll that it is taking on your immune system. To counteract this, I reccomend to my clients not only to make sure that they always eat a good meal prior to getting a tattoo, but to also load up on sugar and vitamin C.
You can certainly have your feet in two different countries at the same time.
I am say, from personal experience. Yes, you can , but it can be really frustrating. You can start feeling like you are being torn apart. Is it wrong? No. But it can escalate …into somewhat of a problem. Why? Because you will feel obligated to make them both happy, treat them equally, and the whole time you are doing this you may start to love one more than the other, making you feel really guilty. And if the two you love know each other and know you love them both, they can start battling each other out, making to simplest of gestures into a big argument. Like I said its not easy, but yea it happens Answer I think someone can love two people on some level at the same time but I don't believe you can truly love two people at the same time. If you truly love one person I don't believe you can truly love another - just my opinion and way of thinking. I wouldn't want to be in that situation - it's unfair to all involved.
Catholic AnswerNo, although there was a time during the 14th century, into the early 15th century, when there were more then one CLAIMANTS to the Chair of Peter, this time was… known, in the Church, as the Great Schism. The Great Schism, otherwise known as the Western Schism is not to be confused with the Schism of the East. The Schism of the East was when the Eastern Church broke into two factions, half staying with Rome, and half formed what is now called the Orthodox Church. Many contemporary, particularly protestant scholars seem to confuse the two. What is called the Great Schism in the Catholic Church was the Western Schism, which, even more confusing, was not really a schism in the sense that the Schism of the East was, but a time when the Church had more than one claimant to the Papal Throne, finally resulted in three, one pope and two antipopes. from Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J. Doubleday & Co., Inc. Garden City, NY 1980 The Great Schism, otherwise known as the Western Schism, 1378-1417, when there was controversy over the true succession to the papacy. It began with the writings of Marsilius of Padua c. 1275- 1342), who claimed that a pope is subject to a council of bishops, priests, and laymen. Urban VI was elected Pope on April 8, 1378, following the seventy-year Avignon residence of the papacy. He was a stern reformer and also harsh. The French cardinals in retaliation declared that Urban had not been validly elected and proceeded to elect Robert of Geneva as the antipope Clement VII (1378-94). Clement withdrew to Avignon and the Great Schism was in full swing. France, Scotland, and Spain gave their allegiance to Clement; England, Italy, Flanders, Hungary, Poland, and most of Germany followed Urban, who died in 1389. There followed a succession of lawful popes at Rome and antipopes at Avignon. The universities of Paris, Oxford, and Prague disputed how the impasse should be resolved. Finally pope and antipope were invited to a council at Pisa (1409); both decline and were declared deposed by the council, which proceeded to elect yet another antipope, Alexander V (1409-10). In desperation, Emperor Sigismund of Germany appealed to the antipope John XXIII of Pisa, to call a general council at Constance, a German city on the Rhine. John agreed, and the council, later legitimized, was convened in 1414. It lasted four years and finally resolved the schism. The Pisan antipope John XXIII abdicated. Gregory XII, the true Roman Pontiff, having formally convoked the Council of Constance, sent his representatives, and then, for the good of the Church, freely resigned his office. The claim of Benedict XIII of Avignon was no longer worthy of serious consideration. The chair of Peter, vacant at last was filled by the election, November 11, 1417, of Pope Martin V. The Great Schism was ended.
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Answer Yes, you can, it is called dual citizenship. Get on the web and type immigration and get the information on how to get started.
Being engaged means that you intend to marry and since you can only be married to one person ... NO you can't be engaged to two people at the same time.
I'm feeling that way right at the moment. Yes, it is possible. You wear 3 sweaters and your boiling warm, but your cold and shivering at the same time. Dehydration is one answ…er, so drink lots of water and juice. try going for a walk as well. Get lots of rest, and feel better :)
Pick your favorite. What I mean is, what if I couldn't choose between the both of them. Get to know both of them. There is nothing wrong with talking to people. Once you ge…t to know them compare their personalities. Sort of like a pro vs con checklist for both.
You love them in a different way. You may love one person for the way they make you feel emotionally or they support you in your dreams. You love the other person physically a…nd love they way they please/pleasure you. As long as you are honest about what is going on with all parties involved it is ok.
Yes, as long as you meet the income and credit requirements of the lender. Many people finance two vehicles at the same time.
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