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The domain name was developed for use in the field of medicine, health. This is clearly indicated by the ending neur. The prefix de is also not accidentally present in this combination, it was formed from the medical prefix dent, as a result, the prefix dent smoothly overflows neur, where the main link is the letter n. Such a domain name will attract attention not only by its spelling, but also by its solid and sonorous sound.

Should it always have three letters? Three letters are preferred when possible. Three action words creates stronger expansion & contraction.<|endoftext|>Our Santa put a lot of thought into his gifts and I'm grateful for it! Both of his toys were just awesome and I love the coloring book he not only pre-loaded the printable pages out for me, but the adorable flower that comes with the item! If he had just used his card for the gift he was looking for, the color might not have been so awesome! Santa, if you're reading this, I'd be eternally grateful!<|endoftext|>A woman charged with first-degree murder in the 1992 death of a messy-haired "hermaphrodite" was arrested Thursday after a probation check revealed she was on parole, authorities said. Jean Baroth, 27, was arrested last week after a parole officer that served the same job as Sgt. John Zeeman, who found Jessica Baldwin disfigured in a Cleveland trucker's trash dump. An autopsy showed Baldwin's head had not been cut off, but had mostly passed, according to Capt. Stan Glanz of the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office. Baroth, who had served nearly a decade in prison for a sex offender conviction, was stuck in jail Tuesday awaiting trial on a charge of murder. could not immediately confirm whether she was on probation. "Jean Baroth's only condition was to keep it a secret from the public and that was OK for us," said Glenita Dodge, legal director of the Ohio Alliance for Alternatives to Criminal Justice. "Since 2010, Baroth has been serving time in a domestic violence facility and being readmitted on occasion so we knew she wasn't on probation. The media weren't allowed in." Dodge said she spoke with Baroth Tuesday afternoon and that he was put in the car, interviewed and released without interviewing Sgt. Zeeman. Baldwin and her current boyfriend, James Lin, identified a witness to the June 13, 1992, murder at Kenwood Boulevard and East 92nd Street. Lin said he saw Barroth and Baldwin with a piece of wood on a clothesline in front of their home downtown. The witness saw a cut in the neck of one woman and the head of the other. Frank Wilson, Baldwin's former "hero," reported the details of her gruesome crime to police with the assistance of Burger King waitress Marleen Stutz, who taught Baldwin how to drag and how to "double-fuck." Stutz identified Baroth to police after her sister's boyfriend disappeared. Stutz said detectives told her and F. Clark Nemond of the Cleveland Federal Building's St. Vincent de Paul Society that Baldwin lives overwhelmingly in the basement and would just break into the home to feed herself. Baldwin later strangled and drowned Lin, along with Baldwin's 19-year-old boyfriend, Joseph Staines, on a Segway ride Scott's Hot Tub at East 93rd and Washtenaw avenues in Cincinnati. As featured by 30/30's "Mysteries of Cleveland," the crime bombshell only surfaced in news coverage because of her long-past involvement in abusing her son. In 2003, Baroth pleaded guilty to abuse of a child, agreeing to discredit her 13-year-