Hi there, The skin (especially in humans) is commonly referred to as the epidermis. It can also be referred to as the derma or dermis. Hope that helps.
Hi there, Here in the UK the Pitbull terrier is actually banned after a series of fatal attacks in in the 90's during which several dogs without warning set upon family members (in particular young children). Just over the new year a five year old girl was mauled to death at her grandparents by I … Read more
One way that is becoming increasingly popular for people to find old class mates is to look for them on Friends Reunited (
www.friendsreunited.co.uk UK site, Google for other international versions). Simply register, stating which schools you attended along with the year you left and hopefully you will come across old classmates who have done the … Read more
Generally it is agreed that men as a whole show a wider range of intellectual capacities than women and that women in general occupy the middle ground. Thus both the very stupid and in turn very smart so 'tend' and I say this tentatively, to be male. However, there is always an exception to each … Read more
To give an 'objective view' on something also means to give a non bias opinion on something. For example take the following sentence: "When it came to his little girl Paul could never be objective, she always looked good to him." Another sentence may help: "When the Judge ordered the jury out to decide the … Read more
Matted can also simply be used to describe when a fibrous structure, for example hair, is tangled up in a thick mass. For example take the following sentence; After spending three weeks camping in the wilderness Mark had had little time to groom himself and his hair had become quite matted. Hope that helps.
Insatiable is an adjective used in English meaning simply 'impossible to satisfy'. To give it some context here are a few sentences in which this term are commonly used today in spoken English: 1) After a hard days work on the fields his appetite was insatiable. 2) Her thirst for knowledge was seemingly insatiable and … Read more
Hi there, the flight time is aproximately 13 hours (continuous flight). Given the time difference, however, if say you took of in England at 07:00hrs, you would arrive at 04:00am the next day singapore time (or 20:00hrs UK time) as singapore is a whole 8 hours ahead of the UK (GMT). Hope that helps.
Hi there, After the second immunisation it is recommended by most vaccine manufactures that a period of not less than 14 days (two weeks) is allowed before you walk your puppy. When your puppy is walked it will be potentially exposed to infection and this delay in exposing him/her is to allow the vaccine to … Read more