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  • Potency is a function of the red pepper and other ingredients in the spray

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  • More Europe Struggles Over Greek Details Greece's Ills Lose Their Potency Tuesday's delay added tension to efforts to seal the bailout, for at least €130 billion $172 billion, and a linked debt-restructuring deal Athens has been negotiating with private creditors.

    Late Snags Push Back Greek Deal

  • In addition to IVCS, the various forms of citizen deliberative council -- citizens juries, citizen assemblies, consensus conferences, citizen initiative reviews, etc. -- see CDC Uses And Potency are powerful resources for generating the needed collective wisdom in 6.

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  • The first session was on the “Potency of the cyber medium for information exchange and social exchange,” and began with the hugely popular national blogger and Founder – Knowledge Foundation speaking of internet as a tool for knowledge sharing.

    National Cyber Media Conclave 2009: A Digital Debut

  • “‘Potency’ and ‘Impotence’: Between Tradition and Haskalah.”

    Haskalah Attitudes Toward Women.

  • “‘Potency’ and ‘Impotence’: Between Tradition and the Haskalah.”

    Haskalah Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • “Potency and act divide being in such a way that whatever is, is either a pure act, or else coalesces necessarily from potency and act as from its first and intrinsic principles.”

    Clarification

  • Potency could even be taken into account if one wanted.

    The Victorian Obsession with Hair, Result: Mourning Jewelry

  • The latest analysis from the University of Mississippi\'s Potency Monitoring Project tracked the average amount of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in samples seized by law enforcement agencies from 1975 through 2007.

    Study: Marijuana potency increases in 2007

  • The latest analysis from the University of Mississippi's Potency Monitoring Project tracked the average amount of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in samples seized by law enforcement agencies from 1975 through 2007.

    Study: Marijuana potency increases in 2007

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