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O and search terms related to O are searched via blog search 509 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 0 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about O, should earn roughly $12 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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Why Do Women Have A Strong O In China, But A Weak O In Taiwan?From China Forum:
Why do women have a strong O in China, but a weak O in Taiwan? O = Orgasm. @ "The truth" -- Your long-winded answer is baffling and hopelessly obtuse. Are you suggesting that Taiwanese men are poor and Mainland Chinese men are rich? And that women make louder orgasms when having sex with rich men? Do you think that poor men are sexier than rich men due to their poverty? I can only assume that you don't have much money and envy the girlfriends of successful men. Don't worry, be happy, and a big fat woman will eventually be your girlfriend. Good luck.
Answer: More prostitutes in China L O L O L O L
How Did The Artist Georgia O'Keeffe'S Upbringing And Interests Influence Her Work?From Other - Visual Arts Forum:
How did the artist Georgia O'Keeffe's upbringing and interests influence her work? How did the artist Georgia O'Keeffe's upbringing and interests influence her work? Thanks for your help.
Answer: This is well covered during the tour of the O'Keeffe museum in Santa Fe. There is also a lot of information about her that you can find by doing a GO OGLE search.
How Does Your Body Come To Acquire Negative Antibodies If Your Blood Type Is O Positive?From Other - Health Forum:
How does your body come to acquire negative antibodies if your blood type is O positive? I'm O positive but I have negative antibodies and I was wondering how I got the negative antibodies. I've never heard of anyone with this. And While I was pregnant a nurse seemed a bit surprised about it. I probably should of asked back then But i've only really started thinking about it lately and Wonder if my daughter will have the same.
Answer: o PPS has nothing to do w/antibodies nobody is born w/antibodies of this type ya only develop these if ya were given a unit of blood in past ya want to be antibody neg
What Kind Of Small Animal Do You Think Is Feasting On My Jack O'Lantern?From Other - Home & Garden Forum:
What kind of small animal do you think is feasting on my jack o'lantern? My poor jack o' lantern is all deformed now, this is the second year in a row. How can I prevent it in the future?
Answer: It could be any type of omnivorous animal - mouse, rat, opossum, raccoon, skunk, rabbit, etc. They are probably around your porch or wherever you are placing your jack o'lantern all the time, you just notice them now. Sift a dusting of flour around it, and see what kind of tracks you find it you want to identify it. You can either call your local animal control and let them set a live animal trap and relocate the animal somewhere else, or just make sure that the rest of the year you aren't putting out food that attracts it, like pet food, or leaving the lids off the trash cans, etc. You might try wrapping your jack o'lantern up in wire mesh, like hardware cloth or chicken wire - the critter won't nae Thur, and it might look kinda cool. A caged jack o'lantern... The other thing that attracts animals is the smell. Try not carving the pumpkin and breaking the skin - try drawing the face on , or using the transfers that you can buy at the supermarket. We have a pumpkin and scarecrow display in our yard, and did not carve the pumpkin, and haven't been gnawed on yet. Good luck.
What If The Mother Has O Negative Blood And The Father Is O Positive Can They Have A Healthy Baby ?From Women's Health Forum:
What if the mother has O negative blood and the father is O positive can they have a healthy baby ? Is a women with o negative blood compatible with a man with o positive blood? Can thy have a baby that will be healthy? Actually can they have a baby at all?
Answer: of course they can; anyone can have a baby. if the mother is O neg she may have to get an RH factor shot. I can't remember what it was all about, but I am O neg and had to get one because the father of my child was B PPS. It doesn't hurt though. It is just a quick shot given at the beginning of pregnancy. Believe me; other parts of childbirth hurt a lot worse.
What Percent Of Population Has O Negative Blood Type?From Other - Health Forum:
What percent of population has O negative blood type? I have O- blood and was wondering how many people / percent of people have that type because I heard its rare. Because I am willing to donate.
Answer: It's not so much that it's rare (it's only moderately uncommon in western countries) it's that the demand for it is higher because it's especially useful. Red blood cells from O- blood can be transfused into people with any of the 8 main types without a negative reaction. Whilst doctors always match the blood type transfused to the person's own if possible, they have to test for it. If someone is rushed into a hospital dying from a stab wound, several units of O- will be called for because there's no time to spend on a test. As O- red blood cells are also the only kind O- types can receive safely, hospital stocks are always lower for O- than any other type. See here, for example http://blood.co.uk/StockGraph/stocklevelstandard.aspx (the days stock, not the units - little AB is in stock, but little is needed) Anyway, to answer your question: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Blood_type&oldid=321727184#ABO_and_Rh_distribution_by_country Well done in advance for donating :-) .
What Is Included In Strat-O-Matic Current Edition And Are The Contents Necessary To Play A Game?From Board Games Forum:
What is included in strat-o-matic current edition and are the contents necessary to play a game? I am looking to buy my first strat-o-matic baseball game. I am a little confused as to what is in the strat-o-matic current edition over just the cards. Being that I do not have any previous start-o-matic things, is it necessary for me to get the "current edition" or will just having the cards suffice?
Answer: The games are packaged with two mismatched teams and a form that allows the buyer to get a few more teams for free or entire seasons for a price. Strat-o-matic is not my favorite statistical simulation but it has an impressive library of players and teams.
What Would Happen If Someone With O- Blood Received Blood From Any Other Blood Type Donor?From Biology Forum:
What would happen if someone with O- blood received blood from any other blood type donor? What would happen if someone with O- blood received blood from any other blood type donor? Would getting AB+ transfusion be more severe then getting A- or O+? I’m not worried about it happening to me, just curious.
Answer: The reason blood type is important is that the immune system will attack foreign proteins. If you're type A blood, for example, the body will not attack other type A blood cells, so you will be able to receive them without a problem. But with type O- people, their blood cells don't have A, B, or Rh proteins--so if they receive blood that does have one of those proteins, the body sees the cells as a dangerous invader and attacks. When the immune system attacks blood from a transfusion, it's not pretty. The donor blood will first clot in the veins, as it's surrounded by antibodies and clumped together. Then the immune cells will break down the foreign blood cells, resulting in something called hemolysis--the foreign blood cells literally fall apart under the force of the body's attack. The immune response and the clotting can be deadly. This is why when blood transfusions were first tried in the nineteenth century, they were found to be sometimes lifesaving--but sometimes deadly. The good news is, there are simple and reliable tests to screen for blood type before getting a blood transfusion! People can generally receive any blood type that doesn't have foreign proteins; type AB+ can receive any blood type, since their body produces all of the blood type proteins, while type O- people can only receive blood from other type O- donors.
What Does It Mean To Have O Positive Blood?From Infectious Diseases Forum:
What does it mean to have o positive blood? My daughter has O positive blood type. I am B positive and my husband has O positive. What is the significance of having this particular blood type?
Answer: blood types are genetically inherited, your daughter is O positive because her father is O positive, most kids inherit their father's blood type. The only significance is that if your daughter ever needs a blood transfusion, she needs to receive O positive blood.
Does Anybody Have The Recipe For Jell-O Jelly Bean Shaped Jigglers?From Cooking & Recipes Forum:
Does anybody have the recipe for jell-o jelly bean shaped jigglers? I bought a jell-o jelly bean mold, but I've lost the recipe card it came with. It's a red tray that you can make jelly bean shaped jell-o jiggle rs in. Thanks!
Answer: Here is the link to the Kraft site that has the recipe. Hope this is the one you need. They are called jell-o beans http://www.kraftfoods.com/main.aspx?s=recipe&m=recipe/knet_recipe_display&u1=keyword&u2=jell-o%20bean&u3=**5*9&wf=9&recipe_id=55542
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