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thick and thin

Good and bad times: They remained friends through thick and thin.
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Because of that whole overcooking thing, you have to think about the best way to cook the meat evenly, and the best way is not necessarily the same for thick and thin cuts.
If osseous and gingival tissues are different for thick and thin tissue biotypes, it seems logical that these distinctions would significantly influence implant site preparation and treatment planning.
"Thick and Thin Libertarianism, and Duck Dynasty." December 19; http://tomwoods.com/blog/thick-and-thin-libertarianism-and-duck-dynasty/
It is highly recommended that both thick and thin films be prepared and examined each time blood film examination for parasites is requested.
I have been reading again the little book, Thick and Thin, by social philosopher, Michael Walzer.
According to political philosopher Michael Walzer in his book Thick and Thin, the thin general theory of justice is minimal and universal.
The result is film with thick and thin MD stripes like corduroy fabric, three stripes per millimeter of width (see photo).
On the basis of thick and thin peripheral blood smear examination, a relapse of P.