Yes, this is possible. One of my friends misscarried her first child when she was only 6 weeks along. She kept on going to the doctor and such. Well, she started to get sick at about 8 weeks pregnant. She went to the hospital and they could find nothing wrong with her. Finally when she was 12 weeks along she got so sick that she had to go to the emergency room. They found that she had misscarried 6 weeks earlier and that was what was making her sick. She is fine now. Had healthy pregnancy and baby and is now pregnant again:) Good luck and God Bless:)
Empty and wet, yes. Empty and dry, no.
According to library.thinkquest.org, it weighed 45,500 tons.
5,340 lbs according to uhaul.com
According to Luke's Gospel, the group of women, who went to the tomb and discovered it was empty, were Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James, and other women.
About 200 "empty" calories according to men's fitness
According to the Huffington Post, the house sits empty.
No, sperm cells are not active outside of the body that long.
Theory without research is abstract and empty.
You cannot empty it completely; it's not possible.
It is possible.
Low as possible
The collection of all sets minus the empty set is not a set (it is too big to be a set) but instead a proper class. See Russell's paradox for why it would be problematic to consider this a set. According to axioms of standard ZFC set theory, not every intuitive "collection" of sets is a set; we must proceed carefully when reasoning about what is a set according to ZFC.