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Gray matter the dubious science of online dating

After a few minutes, a woman came to my table, sat down and said with big smile, "Hi, I'm Chris!

Such are the opinions expressed about the loadstone attracting (or the general sense of each), all dubious and untrustworthy.

Who was he to be dealing with such a character as this dubious and disreputable woman?

“It connects the parietal lobe [involved in sensory processing] and frontal lobe [involved in planning movement] and may have implications in body perception.” A 2010 study of 121 transgender people found that 38 per cent realised they had gender variance by age 5.

White matter differences could provide independent confirmation that such children might benefit from treatment to delay puberty.

Micky learned afterward that Slade had a dubious friend in the vicinity who possessed such conveniences.

His answer was a dubious movement of the head which augured ill.

Guillamon isn’t sure whether the four regions are at all associated with notions of gender, but Ivanka Savic-Berglund at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, thinks they might be.

One of the four regions – the superior longitudinal fascicle – is particularly interesting, she says.

Dumas goes carefully into the dubious episodes of her stormy career, but does not allow these to blind his sympathy for her fate.

Shelton could not help a dubious glance at the papers in his hand.

But the region is too small to scan in a living person so differences have only been picked up at post-mortem.