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Answered: Magnesium instead of Calcium?

Well, it is good to have a good balance between the two. If you are taking supplements for these minerals, it may be important to consult a doctor and see what they say for your specific body. Everyone is different and you may get one mineral more then the other in your normal diet.

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Answered: Who is my system operator

The system operator monitors and controls the operation of the mainframe hardware and software. The question you should ask yourself is, Who in your house, your computer has that job ? Who monitors the workings of your computer, hardware & software ?

Answered: How to check for leaks in automatic sprinkler system?

The good way to way to check for a leak is to cut all water off in the house,. Find your water meter and see if its still spinning than call the right professionals who provide all services related to An irrigation system .Make sure whom you calling ,must be certified.

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Where is my direct deposit?

Contact your state attorney general and file a complaint and the transfer will be found right away.

uses for calcium carbide

Calcium carbide is used in carbide lamps (water drips on the carbide and the acetylene formed is ignited). But, these lamps might be dangerous (e.g: in coal mines, where the presence of the flammable gas methane made them a serious hazard). Carbide lamps were were also used extensively as ...

Can I recondition my water heater by using CLR to get rid of mineral

No. Best thing to do with an old water heater is to replace it.

What would happen if appeals was eliminated from the system as a whole

I assume you mean appeals in criminal trials. Disaster would happen. Procedural errors are made in trials that have nothing to do with the guilt or non guilt of the person being tried but can bias a trial so badly that it must be held again. New evidence, or a counter to evidence ...