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Answered: Can soy wax be substituted for paraffin when doing a paraffin dip

I'm having a hard time thinking of something that could be unsafe with this substitution but if I were you I would stick to the original. It has probably been checked and researched more and there is more knowledge of its effects.
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STNA (State Tested Nurse's Assistant) and CNA (Certified Nurse's Assistant) would be basically the same thing. Depends on what state you're in as to what you're called.

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

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A SSN (Social Security number) is issued for identification of your income tax records, and your credited work history toward receiving Social Security payments. You need to be a US citizen, or to have an immigration status that permits you to work in the US. Banks will usually ask for your SSN.

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There's a city in Iraq named Tikrit, is that what you wanted to know about?
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