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Answered: How and when did someone know you could milk a cow

They saw calf's nursing and if they liked it maybe they would too.

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Answered: Pulling eye muscle

I would suggest that you go and see a doctor about that. Problems with the eyes' muscles can be very tricky and in some rare cases may require surgical intervention.

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If you were prescribed that medication for seizure disorder, it could mean that this medicine is not effective at controlling your seizures. Uncontrolled eye movements may be a type of seizure; keep track of your eye movements (when they occur, how long they last, how soon after taking your ...

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How do you care for a prothestic eye after surgery and on going?

Scleral cover shells fit directly over the malformed eye. Sometimes a "trial shell" is fashioned to allow the eye to grow accustomed to the direct contact of the prosthesis. Yearly Checkups- Cover shells impart a better cosmetic appearance by closely resembling the remaining good eye, while ...

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How can a person get 2 blACK eyes with out hurting themselves

Someone else could hurt them. Too much coumadin.