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  1. Pinyin/A blood test can help detect a disease or medical condition
  2. Pinyin/Blood test refers to collecting blood samples from human body for testing
  3. Pinyin/Dementia increases with age
  4. Pinyin/The human heart is located on
  5. Pinyin/Dementia is a widespread brain disease
  6. Pinyin/I don't know where he comes from
  7. Pinyin/Social change is mainly due to the development of internal contradictions in society
  8. Pinyin/There are many examples of success and failure in the history
  9. Pinyin/Amsterdam is the capital and most populous city of the Netherlands
  10. Pinyin/Adults should eat more nutritious foods and do exercise regularly
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  2. Pinyin/Lhasa
  3. Pinyin/Asia
  4. Pinyin/Antarctica
  5. Pinyin/South America
  6. Pinyin/Africa
  7. Pinyin/People's Republic of China
  8. Pinyin/Sai Kung District
  9. Pinyin/Syria
  10. Pinyin/Ocean

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