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Insidiously

Having a imperceptible commencement, as of a disease with a late manifestation of definite symptoms.


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The need to stretch?

... (3) better blood flow and distribution of nutrients, (4) better frame of mind. A technology-focused culture forgets this,... to the point of insidiously loosing touch with (and thereby indirectly negating acceptance of stretching for) the human body. Formal cloths, totally kept hair styles, ...

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by robertkernodle
Sat Jun 30, 2007 5:49 pm
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The need to stretch?
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