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Evacuation

Evacuation

An emptying, as of the bowels.

Origin: L. Evacuatio = to empty


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Re: We are programmed entity

... although each stage on the physiology vary,... Another abortion procedure called D&e "expansion and absorb" (dilation and evacuation). ... Modern science may be placed in the womb lens to envision the inside

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The Fiber Disease

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The Fiber Disease

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Yes, Yes, Yes...

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Tue Nov 21, 2006 10:32 pm
 
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