If you have a quarter-size bump that is somewhat sore on your back particularly on your lower rib what could it be?
If you've had a recent hard hit to the rib cage, it could be a possible calcium deposit caused from a fractured - cracked - or broken rib. Best thing to do is get it checked out by a doctor if you're worried about it, or if it often gives you pain.
Pros Cheap labour forceSomewhat lower rules on waste managementLower workers rules, e.g they may not have to have as many breaks compared to if they were operating in MEDC'sCons If they're found out by the press/society, it could ruin their social integrity and name of their companyCould possibly have to ship their produce further to get them to LEDC's
this is somewhat a guess but somehow reducing the pressure will cause it to boil at a lower temperature because the molecules will be closer together and not need as much energy to collide... this is somewhat a guess but somehow reducing the pressure will cause it to boil at a lower temperature because the molecules will be closer together and not need as much energy to collide...
You are 14 and sometimes you get lower back pain It is bearable but very uncomfortable you seem to get it when you have been sitting in an awkward position or sittin down for a long time What is it?
Itadakimashita is a formal expression of thanks when receiving something, such as a meal, particularly when placing yourself in a lower social or hierarchical position than the giver. It can also simply be "I received . . ." Sono means "that" or "that thing". The meaning could simply be : "I received that", or it could be a much more formal "thank you for going to all that trouble for me".
Argon is non-toxic and so does not affect people in any significant way. It is significantly denser than the other gases in air and so, in an enclosed space, it can fill the lower layers. This could result in death by asphyxiation - particularly because, being inert, argon is often used in tanks which could contain explosive fumes.
High cholesterol can be lowered somewhat by exercise and somewhat by avoiding saturated and trans fats in the diet. Foods containing high fiber, especially soluble fiber like that found in abundance in oat bran, will also lower cholesterol. Even a high fiber drink like Metamucil will soak up cholesterol. I don't know if you count niacin or red rice yeast as medications, but both will lower cholesterol although niacin is known to have the side…