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Most recently, you've developed an over-the-counter remedy to relieve heel pain, both for athletes sporting cleats as well as red carpet favorites rocking high heels. Why did you take the time to develop an over-the-counter spray?

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What is a princess?

a princess is a girl who is a person of royalty and is respectful. She is kind, giving and caring to her family and relitives.  A princess is the daughter of royalty (a king
What is the difference between Angry with or angry at?

What is the difference between Angry with or angry at?

The difference is we don't say "angry at." We say mad at or angry with. You can be angry with a person or their actions, you can be angry at a situation.
Why do we get angry?

Why do we get angry?

we get angry because our emotions get confused and we start feeling sad and tired and lots of other emotions which make us do things we don't mean t and that is how we our ang

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What is a metaphor?

Metaphors are comparisons between two dissimilar  things. The use of a metaphor is a way to describe something.  Authors use them to make their writing more interesting or 
Does Angry Grandpa Get Angry?

Does Angry Grandpa Get Angry?

Yes and he breaks everything around the house he has a huge anger problem and is really tempered everything he does he breaks it he has a thousend million of subscribers on hi
Why does a man get angry when a woman is angry at him?

Why does a man get angry when a woman is angry at him?

Often-time because this is when a woman is at her least communicative. She wants the man to apologize but often won't tell him what for. Sometimes even asking what one did wro

Why are Angry Birds angry?

Because the mean piglet's stole their eggs and caused them to go into a rage. In the game you first play as the red bird, you must shoot him from a slingshot to battle the pig

Is this a metaphor?

A metaphor is comparing two unlike things without using the words 'like' or 'as'. "She was a gazelle, clearing the hurdles with ease." In stead of saying "She was LIKE a gazel

Why is a metaphor called a metaphor?

  Originally, metaphor was a Greek word meaning "transfer". The Greek etymology is from meta, implying "a change" and pherein meaning "to bear, or carry". Thus, the word m