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[4097] Decrypt the message - Can you decrypt hidden message (GSV OVHH R MVVWVW GSV YVGGVI R UVOG)? - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles #riddles - Correct Answers: 16 - The first user who solved this task is H Tav
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Decrypt the message

Can you decrypt hidden message (GSV OVHH R MVVWVW GSV YVGGVI R UVOG)?
Correct answers: 16
The first user who solved this task is H Tav.
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There’s a light inside of everyone

There’s a light inside of everyone. No matter what, someone is always going to come around and try to dim that light or shut it off. Whatever you do, you hold on to that light and you fight. You fight to not let that person tear you down, you fight for the right to define yourself, to not let anyone else tell you who you are. You gotta keep your head up, because people will always hang around waiting for you to fall, for the light to shut off. Don’t ever let someone fade the light that makes you beautiful. Because in the end, you’re the one who controls how brightly you shine.

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William Beaumont

Died 25 Apr 1853 at age 67 (born 21 Nov 1785). American army surgeon who was the first person to observe and study human digestion as it occurs in the stomach. As a young army surgeon stationed on Mackinac Island in Michigan, Beaumont was asked to treat a shotgun wound. The wound was "more than the size of the palm of a man's hand," Beaumont wrote. The patient, Alexis St. Martin, survived but was left with a permanent opening into his stomach from the outside. Over the next few years, Dr. Beaumont used this crude fistula to sample gastric secretions. He identified hydrochloric acid as the principal agent in gastric juice and recognized its digestive and bacteriostatic functions. Moreover, many of his conclusions about the regulation of secretion and motility remain valid to this day.
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