Is it bad to take a cold shower right after lifting weights or working out? Do you get the best muscle benefits from that or should you take a hot shower or should you even shower at all?
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Which of the following is NOT characteristic of the large intestine? A. Its longitudinal smooth muscle occurs in three bands. B. It is relatively large in diameter. C. It has finger-like projections called villi in its mucosa. D. Its wall exhibits pocket-like sacs called haustra. E. It has numerous goblet cell in it mucosa.
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