Colorectal cancer (also known as colon cancer, rectal cancer, or bowel cancer) is the development of cancer in the colon or rectum (parts of the large intestine). It is due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body. Signs and symptoms may include blood in the stool, a change in bowel movements, weight loss, and feeling tired all the time.
Colón is one of the 18 departments into which the Central American nation of Honduras is divided. It was created in 1881. The departmental capital is Trujillo, and the other main city is Tocoa. Trujillo was the site of the first Catholic Mass in the American mainland, held when Christopher Columbus reached the Honduran shore in 1502.
Colon harbors a substantial Garifuna population and has pristine beaches and rainforested national parks. The Fort of Santa Barbara, built by the Spaniards in the colonial era, was the site of the execution of US filibusterWilliam Walker in Trujillo, and his remains are buried in the city's graveyard.
The department covers a total surface area of 8,875km² and, in 2007, had an estimated population of 284,900 people.
Clean is the second full-length studio album from industrial band Deitiphobia, released in 1994 by Myx Records. It is the earliest Deitiphobia album not to feature Brent Stackhouse, who left in 1992, and was also the band's debut for the Myx label. The album features Sheri Shaw, who remained with Deitiphobia until it dissolved in 2001, and Michael Knott, who produced Fear of the Digital Remix and was also the founder of the band's previous record label, Blonde Vinyl.
Clean's method for dealing with mutable state and I/O is done through a uniqueness typing system, in contrast to Haskell's use of monads. The compiler takes advantage of the uniqueness type system to generate more efficient code, because it knows that anything with a uniqueness type can only be used once. Therefore, a unique value can be changed in place.
Kevan Breitinger of About.com told that the duo "have found a niche with their pitch-perfect blend of dueling acoustic guitars and impassioned vocals, and made it very much their own," which he proclaimed that "nobody does it better." At Christianity Today, Russ Breimeier said that the album "seems to continue a pattern of alternating between rough-around-the-edges acoustic indie pop and a more polished radio-friendly sound", which it "leans toward the latter." This leads to the duo getting "bogged down in boring acoustic balladry." At Cross Rhythms, Tim Holden highlighted that the songs "are delivered with a pleasant acoustic guitar-lead rock feel that occasionally has a bit of a kick to it." Jesus Freak Hideout's Jessica Vander Loop vowed that this is an "arousing worship album."