IDEXX | United Kingdom - IDEXX Laboratories, is the global market leader in diagnostics and information technology solutions for animal health.Headquartered in Maine, IDEXX employs over 5,000 people in more than 60 locations around the world. Our largest business helps more than 50,000 veterinary practices worldwide advance medical care, improve staff productivity and increase practice profitability. We accomplish this via an integrated portfolio of pet-side diagnostic tests (e.g. SNAP), point-of-care instruments (e.g. Haematology analysers: Procyte Dx and Lasercyte Dx, Chemsitry analysers: Catalyst Dx and Catalyst One Dx) reference laboratory services, digital radiography, and practice management solutions.
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My husband says I'm "all over the place", especially during my lady-time when I can become irrational and emotional, not to mention unreliable in the leaks and unpleasant odor department. When I'm rushing home from my job, where my boss is kind enough to allow me to come in at 6am so I leave in time to make dinner, I tend to forget what it was I was supposed to be cooking, although you could say that is because I am not logical and qualified enough to do two things at once. Family harmony was threatened by my general inability to make good judgements and not be able to find Cabinets, so my lovely man thoughtfully bought this binder and he clips me into it whenever things get out of hand. We're all SO much happier. It's very sturdy and comfortingly dark when closed tightly and stuffed into the back of a dusty drawer. Also, our daughter had some uppity ideas about controlling her own reproductive system so he shoved her in here until after the election. I like it when he does that because now I have someone to discuss recipes with while we're 'on file'!
Amazing still it seems: as of this year, Jimmy Eat World will be 23. In that time, they have graduated from scrappy upstarts to radio staples and upwards to reliable elder statesmen, carefully churning out albums at a deliberate pace (one every three years) and always making sure to change things up along the way. In that spirit, the band's ninth album marks yet another turning of the page for the Arizona quartet. While they previously banked on the sort of infectious melodies that made "The Middle" and "Work" so ubiquitous back in the day, what Jimmy Eat World traffics in these days is something a little more subtle yet no less compelling.
Fits fine but not quite the depth on top as expected so even though I was underwhelmed, they are fine.
I found that it did help flyaway hair but by the end of the day my hair was oily. I now use it spaced out with my regular shampoo like every other time or so. I may try to put it in a spray bottle mixed with water and see if that helps.