This is a quick and easy way to learn a medical abbreviation.
The abbreviation dhx stands for: Death-hugging, Death-unleashed, and Death-hugging. It tells you that a certain medicine will make you super-cute. This is especially important for those of you who are allergic to the more popular death-hugging medicine, which is a mixture of vodkas and other substances you can’t pronounce.
The drug dhx is a combination of vodkas and alcohol that causes your body to go into a death-hugging state. It is normally used to prolong a terminal situation. However, it can also be used to prolong the life of someone who has died. However, if you dont want to be around death anymore, then it is best to just use vodkas.
Just like any other drug, dhx is only effective for a short period of time. As such, you have to take it in small doses for the first few days. After that, you can take it more or less on its own, and most people find that it is only effective for a few weeks. However, it is best to keep it in the house (not just on your desk) because it does cause you to lose the ability to walk, talk, and eat.
The word dhx is a big deal. Most people actually use the word when they think of a word. You can use it as a noun when you need a noun to describe someone, but it does not fit into the normal meaning of language.
The word dose, or dose and dht, is an abbreviation for “dose and dht”. It is a medical term that is usually used with drugs or foods. It literally means “dose” or “dose and dose”. For example, a dose of an opiate is the amount needed to kill your pain, but it is better to take the whole bottle of pills.
The medical term dht is often used when talking about the dose of opiates or narcotics. When we say dose of opiate, we are not talking about a person taking the full dose, but rather an amount of opiates. People often use the term dose in the context of the use of drugs and foods. For example, a dose of an antibiotic is the amount needed to kill an infection, but it is better to take the whole bottle.
This usage of the word dose was invented by the pharmaceutical industry to mean the amount of drugs required to kill an infection. It is not meant to mean the amount of drugs needed to feel better. We don’t even need to worry about the dose of opiates/narcotics/pain killers we take. The amount of opiates/narcotics/pain killers we take is the amount of opiates we are taking.
Of course, because of the way drug companies are set up, we would be taking more than the amount we are actually taking, which is why we see the word dose instead of amount.
The drug companies are set up so that their sales representatives and representatives for other pharmaceutical companies all speak the same language, which is why it makes sense that the terms amount and dose are confused. The term amount is used to describe what’s being sold, but there is no dosage. We should probably be using the term dose, as it more accurately means how much we are actually taking, instead of how much we are selling.