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8<div style="font-size:17px;font-family:calibri;width:600px;text-align:left;"><b>Powerball, Mega Millions, Super Lotto, Fantasy, you name it...</b><br />
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10There are 275,223,510 <a href="http://pianotery.biz/Rk5SSOO3UQKxuITqty_4Arnuppc7ovRuO17mz9CUwJO0JSkPOQ" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" target="blank">different combinations that can be drawn...</a><br />
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12And yet for the BIGGEST WINS IN U.S. HISTORY...<br />
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1440% of the time the first number was a variation of 1 (either 1, 10, or 11)...<br />
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1645% of the time the winning Powerball was 19 (notice how 1 + 9 = 10?)...<br />
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1850% of the time the winning Powerball was a variation of 7 <b>(see here why 7 is such a common number and how it appears every 2 weeks...) Want to be even more tripped out?</b><br />
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36<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:7px;">ules. The action of cilia cause there to be a slow flow of fluid (1mm per second) in these canals, outward in the oral branches and inward in the aboral ones, and this is the main means of transport of nutrients and waste products. There is no heart and separate circulatory system but at the base of the disc there is a large blood vessel known as the axial organ, containing some slender blind-ended tubes of unknown function, which extends into the stalk. noids are not capable of clonal reproduction as are some starfish and brittle stars, but are capable of regenerating lost body parts. Arms torn off by predators or damaged by adverse environmental conditions can regrow, and even the visceral mass can regenerate over the course of a few weeks. This regeneration may be vital in surviving attacks by predatory fis These various fluid-filled spaces, in addition to transporting nutrients around the body, also function as both a respiratory and an
37 excretory system. Oxygen is absorbed primarily through the tube feet, which are the most thin-walled parts of the body, with further gas exchange taking place over the large surface area of the arms. There are no specialised organs for excretion while waste is collected by phagocytic coelomocytes. Nervous system The crinoid nervous system is divided into three parts, with numerous connections between them. The oral or uppermost portion is the only one homologous with the nervous systems of other echinoderms. It consists of a central nerve ring surrounding the mouth, and radial nerves branching into the arms and is sensory in function. Below this lies an intermediate nerve ring, giving off radial nerves supplying the arms and pinnules. These nerves are motor in nature, and control the musculature of the tube feet. The third portion of the nervous system lies aborally, and is responsible for the flexing and movement actions of the arms, pinnules and cirri. This is centred on a mass of
38  neural tissue near the base of the calyx, and provides a single nerve to each arm and a number of nerves to the s</span><br />
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