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Theories about brain enlargement, or the origins of monogamy, have been bandied about for years.
Cardiomyopathy is characterized by enlargement and ensuing weakening of the heart.
He brings the third dimension into play not only in action sequences but as an enlargement of everyday life.
Yet there was also a practical need for a drastic enlargement of scale.
Drugs that lower blood pressure can slow aortic enlargement.
It is an extremely select, exclusive view that only leads to a constant enlargement of the number of enemies to fight.
The lumbar enlargement gives attachment to the nerves which supply the lower limbs.
After parturition the uterus returns almost to its former condition, but certain traces of its enlargement remains.
As already explained, this space is produced by the enlargement and intercommunication of the spaces in the trophoblastic network.
They are merely one aspect of a much profounder and more momentous enlargement of human possibility.
From his day to our own, the maze has been incessantly in progress of enlargement.
But if enlargement is sullied in people's minds by their concerns about immigration, that balance could soon turn negative.
More such gains can be expected from any further enlargement.
Removing some of the enlargement of the central area does make this part of the map more difficult to read.
The actual cause of prostate enlargement is unknown.
Certain things in the environment may also cause thyroid enlargement.
Many physical age-related changes, such as prostate enlargement or testicular atrophy, are not preventable.
Examination of the fingers and toes may show abnormal enlargement of the fingernail bases.
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts.

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