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fair-weather friend
a person who is a friend only during good times
The man is a fair-weather friend and you cannot rely on him if you have a problem.
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    Distance between the phone and your head

    The best approach to using a cell phone to create distance between you and the radiating phone. Whenspeaking, place the phone on speakerphone. The speakerphone option is a good one because it allows you to hold the phone away from you as you speak. Use texting more often than talking to keep the cell phone away from the head. However, even texting should be kept to a minimum. And keep the cell phone away from your body while emailing or texting.


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