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Did I miss something namora? It seems you were just as involved in this petty semantic argument as I. It was only my intention to point out to X_HACKER_X that he was arguing hard from a weak position, over something that didn't probably matter. Some call that trolling. The opening of a follicle is a pore. The pore of the follicle gets clogged, and a blackhead forms. It really is just an issue of a differing choice of two totally legitimate options, but is it really too much to ask that before someone gets on a forum and starts telling everyone that they are wrong, that they know what they are talking about?
http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-betwee...Follicle: a small secretory cavity, sac, or gland, in particular.Pore: a minute opening in a surface, especially the skin or integument of an organism, through which gases, liquids, or microscopic particles can pass.A hair follicle is an example of a pore. Is it really worth getting so hung up on the semantics of the argument? But if you're going to, make sure you know what you're talking about first. :^)
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