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Why is this domain a profitable and successful investment?

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.


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