A slender body, a tiny eye, ...
[4658] A slender body, a tiny eye, ... - A slender body, a tiny eye, no matter what happens, I never cry. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 22 - The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim
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A slender body, a tiny eye, ...

A slender body, a tiny eye, no matter what happens, I never cry. What am I?
Correct answers: 22
The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim.
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Hannibal Buress: Cancer Walks

I don't believe in cancer walks. Well, I believe in them because they exist but I'd rather just give money straight up and save my Saturday afternoon. I can make my own t-shirt, that's not incentive. Plus I don't think cancer responds to how far people walk. I don't think cancer's sitting at home, 'What? How many people walked how far? How many people walked how far wearing the same shirt? That's crazy! I'm out of here!' Remission.
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Solomon Spiegelman

Born 14 Dec 1914; died 21 Jan 1983 at age 68.American microbiologist and geneticist who discovered that only one of two strands of molecules that make up DNA, carried the genetic information to produce new substances. The carrier was called ribonucleic acid (RNA). In 1962, he developed a technique that allowed the detection of specific RNA and DNA molecules in cells. This technique, called nucleic acid hybridization, is credited for helping to lay the groundwork for current advances in recombinant DNA technology. Much earlier, his Ph.D. thesis (1944) was the first work to establish that genes are activated and deactivated by compounds that he called inducers, which thus radically affect the pattern of proteins that a cell fabricates without actually altering the genes themselves.
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