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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of nuances in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of nuances in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Mike Stratton:

    The melanoma had something like 25,000 mutations, which was more than the world had ever seen in one genome, we could really see the signatures of the exposures that had taken place at an incredibly fine-grained resolution, and we could see all sorts of features and nuances that we hadn't noticed before.

  2. Anders Ibsen:

    The estimates help for an initial conversation, but Windermere Professional Partners in Tacoma are never a replacement for an experienced person who can see the property and understand the real nuances behind value.

  3. Arbazz Nizami:

    A case manager that speaks the language, understands the language, that's skilled in the cultural nuances, is really key. But alongside that, which is really important, is our counselors and therapists and people that really understand how to address some of the mental health issues that also speak the language, understand the culture.

  4. Washington State University:

    There's a lot of these sort of nuances that I think we tend to ignore. And a lot of these things have to do with White supremacy and structural racism that's built into the system.

  5. Founder Rafael Shin:

    My hope is that Agua Mágica helps more people enjoy mezcal as native Mexicans do, gaining an appreciation for the nuances of how it’s crafted and the terroir of where the agave is grown, it’s something that is so common in the world of wine — enthusiasts are well-versed in the differences in flavor and production method from one region to another. My goal is that people will approach mezcal with just as much appreciation for the particular people and place that made it.

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