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As an independent skin clinic, Diminish offers the highest standards of care, using advanced techniques and medical expertise.
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The fact that there has yet to be another incident on the order of 9/11 doesn't diminish the potential that yet remains for catastrophic revenge attacks against civilian populations.
Excessive publicity over the Toogood beating will diminish the advantage of spanking.
It's all too easy to think that these losses diminish personal independence.
economic embrace with the world is working, over time, to create prosperity, not diminish it.
He looks for - and finds - constructive investigations that do not diminish wonder.
Reductions from very large class sizes are correlated with improved learning, but the gains diminish around 35-40 per class, and essentially disappear in the 20-30 range.
The BagBlocker is an innovative therapeutic eye mask that helps diminish puffiness and bags under the eyes.
Researchers now report that popular antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) might diminish the effectiveness of tamoxifen by limiting its conversion into medicinally important agents.
We have had more rain this year dampening the ground and brush, but it still isn't enough to diminish the threat,'' said Dave Gomberg, a NWS meteorologist who specializes in forecasting fire danger.
This is the president who is working hard to diminish every person's right not to be compelled to support religious institutions financially, to weaken the right of women to reproductive choice, to diminish civil liberties, and to pack the federal courts with judges less than optimally committed to upholding the rights of the people.
If it is complete and accurate, it will likely kill or at least diminish follow-up stories, since there won't be much more to report.
This division of labor is meant not to diminish the magnitude of the gulf between good and evil but rather to mark it off as too portentous and too personal a concern to be consigned to the broad brush of a one-size-fits-all centralized apparatus.