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What is a Section 2 discharge? A Section 2 requires an NHS body to notify social services of a patient’s likely need for community care services after discharge. Patients and carers should be informed of the discharge date at the same time as, or before, social services. Can you discharge yourself if you have been…

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What happened to Jesse from Hey Jessie? Jessie headed to Hollywood after the Ross kids’ mom, Christina, cast her in her new TV show. In the end, Jessie said goodbye to the family and headed off to start her new role. We definitely weren’t ready to watch the series end. But thank goodness for the…

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What is the dropout rate for the Marines? Across Branches of the Military The Navy, Army, and Marines have recruits drop out at roughly the same rate as each other, between 11 and 14 percent annually. What percent of the Marines is female 2020? The Air Force, with 20.9 percent women, and the Marine Corps,…

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How has the TV industry changed over time? TV advertising revenue has fallen, but subscription services are on the rise. From the cost of TVs themselves, to advertising revenue, services and subscriptions, financials in the UK TV industry have fluctuated over time. As for the TVs themselves, they have become far more affordable for the…

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What nutrients make up most of your body? Macronutrients include water, protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Keep reading for more information about where to find these nutrients, and why a person needs them. The six essential nutrients are vitamins, minerals, protein, fats, water, and carbohydrates. What nutrient makes up more than 50% of your body? Water.…

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What concerns did opponents of ratification have? Opponents of ratification were called Anti-Federalists. Anti-Federalists feared the power of the national government and believed state legislatures, with which they had more contact, could better protect their freedoms. What were the main issues in the debate over the ratification of the Constitution? They argued that the new…

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What do you mean by virtual private network? A virtual private network, or VPN, is an encrypted connection over the Internet from a device to a network. The encrypted connection helps ensure that sensitive data is safely transmitted. It prevents unauthorized people from eavesdropping on the traffic and allows the user to conduct work remotely.…

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How long does it take for a Doberman to give birth? The normal gestation period in dogs is approximately 63 days from conception, although this can vary by several days. How long does it take for a dog to finish delivering puppies? On average, giving birth to an entire litter takes 3-12 hours (from the…

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Why does my AC start blowing hot air? If your air conditioner is blowing out warm air, your unit’s refrigerant levels might be low. This usually indicates a refrigerant leak in your system! If that’s the case, your air conditioner will continue to run and blow out warm air, trying to reach the temperature you…

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What is hail good for? Hail’s Effect on Water Water is one of the best natural resources and melted hail soaks into the ground and replenishes lakes, rivers, streams and other water reservoirs. It can also sustain plant, animal and human life. Is hail good luck? hail (interj.) salutation in greeting, c. 1200, from Old…

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