1. In hydrology, this tiny entity is more technically known as a globule, but in economics it’s a situation where market prices are unsustainable.
2. In hydrology, this is a tiny stream of water, but in economics it’s the first part of a laissez-faire supply side theory.
3. This technique is part of a popular home remedy to treat sore throats, particularly when done with the world’s most common solution.
4. This sudden and often repetitive protective reflex - which helps clear the large breathing passages from fluids, irritants, foreign particles, and microbes – is the most cited reason for a primary care visit.
5. In 2007, Florida teenager Jennifer Mee gained media fame for doing this involuntary contraction about 50 times per minute for more than five weeks.
6. Accusing a politician of this calls into question their consistency and motives, but as footwear gained popularity in America after WWII soldiers returned with them from Japan.
7. It’s also a warning from a predatory animal, this rumbling noise which is produced by movement in the gastro-intestinal tract and is the body’s audible message.
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