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Lee Radziwill – IMDb

November 5, 2017

A Quiet American

Lee Radziwill in India


The Great Coup of 1916: 4 The Monday Night Cabal — First World War Hidden History

September 11, 2017

Asquith’s Coalition government of May 1915 changed little in terms of Britain’s war management. It was hardly likely to given that it was a basic reshuffle of old faces and older politics. Alfred Milner was well aware that this would be the case, and as such, it suited the Secret Elite to bide their time […]

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Get the Word of the Day – brinkmanship |

June 7, 2017

Perhaps more importantly, it would significantly reduce the brinkmanship of shutdown politics, which has become all too common in recent years. This brinkmanship has harmed our political system, our economy and our international reputation, and it is well past time for it to end.

June 7, 2017

Reid Ribble, “‘Shutdown politics’ is keeping Congress from working. Here’s how to fix it.” Washington Post, November 3, 2016

United Nations Special Committee on Decolonisation pamphlet collection in SearchWorks

April 13, 2017

Holocrine secretion

April 13, 2017

Holocrine is a term used to classify the mode of secretion in exocrine glands in the study of histology. Holocrine secretions are produced in the cytoplasm of the cell and released by the rupture of the plasma membrane, which destroys the cell and results in the secretion of the product into the lumen.

Holocrine secretion is the most damaging (to the cell itself and not to the host of which begot the cell) type of secretion, with merocrine secretion being the least damaging and apocrine secretion falling in between.

Examples of holocrine glands include the sebaceous glands of the skin and the meibomian glands of the eyelid. The sebaceous gland is an example of a holocrine gland because its product of secretion (sebum) is released with remnants of dead cells.

Holocrine, apocrine and merocrine glands are sebaceous

March 31, 2017

WordCamp Kyoto 2017 is Looking for Speakers! — WordCamp Central

March 31, 2017

The WordCamp Kyoto 2017 team has announced call for speakers for a day conference in Kyoto University on June 24. Date Saturday, June 24, 2017 (No sessions are planned for the Contributor Day on Sunday, June 25) Venue Kyoto University – Main Campus, International Science Innovation Building (Access) Session Format 15 mins or 30 mins,…

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English Grammar | LearnEnglish | British Council | irregular verbs –

March 26, 2017


July 10, 2015

The three major components of the skin are firstly the hypodermic subcutaneous fat just beneath the skin that functions as insulation and padding for the body. Next the dermis provides structure and support and lastly the epidermis acts as protection for the body.

As the deepest section of the skin, the hypodermic fat tissue below the dermis insulates the body from cold temperatures and provides shock absorption. Fat cells also store nourishment and energy. Buttocks, palms of the hands and soles of the feet provide the thickest part. Contributing to the thinness of ageing skin, the hypodermic tissues begin to atrophy with age. Located between the hypodermic fat and the epidermis is the dermis, a fibrous network of tissue, providing structure and resilience to the skin. Major components of the dermis work together in a mesh like endothelial network composed of structural proteins collagen and elastin, blood and lymph vessels, special cells and fibroblasts. A jelly like ground substance plays a crucial role in the hydration and moisture balance in the skin.