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Answered: Swarovski gloves

Remove swarovski pendants before washing hands, swimming, and/or applying products (e.g., perfume, hairspray, soap, or lotion), as this could harm the metal and reduce the life of the plating, as well as cause discoloration and loss of crystal brilliance. http://viennois-online.com/c/swarovski ...

Answered: What does to inibate mean to a person?

I think he meant intubate, but if he can't spell it I ain't telling him what it means.

Answered: Meaning of word assential

A hug is consequential If it's not consensual. The singular essential Is a word assentual.

Answered: Exotic elements?

It is best to begin with topological events: space folding in on itself. As we see space folding itself in, it forms strings, quarks, and so forth. It is consistent with the constructs of Baryons that we see more primiitive matter and more advanced matter. Exotic elements exist, but our atheist ...

Answered: What does PSA mean

PSA (medical term) is a test for Prostate-Specific Antigen. A high number indicates probable prostate cancer. PSA (Airline) was Pacific Southwest Airlines, now part of US Airways. There's also another regional carrier named PSA, also part of US Airways.

Answered: What does text symbol W mean?

In proofreading, WW means wrong word. Wdy means wordy. In texting, W can mean with. W8 is wait.
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What does this asa mean for example... John Smith asa Michael Jones

I think you mean aka or a.k.a. which means "also known as".

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Cinerbus

I think you mean cineribus, which translates to "the ashes".