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“The left-side of my brain thinks this is the best possible situation.”
“Emory University The bright area at right in left-side image shows part of the brain linked with pleasure and triggered by songs in an experiment.”
“A region called the nucleus accumbens, the bright area at right in the left-side image, plays an important role in reward, pleasure and anticipation.”
“With the musicians tucked in front of the left-side seating, and the wing spaces of the curtained-off performance area open to view from any number of side seats, performers and audience are in close quarters.”
“The study, published online in April by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, provides the strongest evidence to date of a left-side bias in skin cancer cases in the USA.The National Cancer Institute says that in 2010 more than 68,000 people were diagnosed with melanoma, and 8,700 people died from the disease.”
“To enable canvas view, iGoogle has ditched its previous tabbed navigation system in favour of left-side navigation controls.”
“In his first official match with Dutch club Twente, American World Cup defender Oguchi Onyewu played 90 minutes on the back line, with left-side responsibilities, during a 5-0 victory over visiting Heracles.”
“Apparently, you can let him go, but then you'll ahve to take charge of those left-side guns.”
“In a normal heart, the left-side pumping chamber (left ventricle) sends blood to the entire body, whereas the right-side ventricle pumps blood only a short distance, to the lungs.”
“One merge that has long drawn complaints takes eastbound drivers from I-66 onto a left-side merge to the Capital Beltway's inner loop.”
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