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 How to Get a (Relatively) Safe Tan?

Answer Let one thing be crystal clear: There is no such thing as a "safe" tan. By going out in the sun unprotected, you risk: Getting wrinkly, early-aged skin Getting nasty, painful sunburns Gett... Read More »
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What does relatively safe mean?

The phrase “relatively safe” conveys a sense of security, dependent upon the situation. When something is relative, it varies according to particular circumstances or individual points of view.... Read More »
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Is Cranbourne North (Vic, Aus) a relatively safe area to live?

Yes relatively safe would be the best way to describe it. Check out crime rates on the Victoria Police link below.http://vicpolicenews.com.au/myplace
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Relatively inexpensive way to record my bass?

Either get a cable that has an 1/8" plug on one end & an 1/4" plug on the other end. Or if you already have an extra guitar cable for your bass, get an 1/8' male to 1/4" female adapter.http://www.g... Read More »
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How to Have a Relatively Accident Free Period?

Here are few steps to ensure that you have a relatively accident free period.
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