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weather safety rules

LUSCIOUS LIPS Always keep a lip balm handy with you during winter. This applies for men too — applying lip balm is not going to deprive

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YOU WILL NEVER BELIEVE THIS ,IF YOU THEN I WILL

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WANT TO KNOW ABOUT HOW TO EARN MORE MONEY ON

WANT TO KNOW ABOUT HOW TO EARN MORE MONEY ON

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THERE ARE NO PERFECT WOMEN AND NO PERFECT MEN.

There are no perfect women and no perfect men. Obviously, there is not just one type of woman that is right for every man. However, some women try to portray themselves before men in a way that instead of impressing them, they push them away. Here are 10 types of women who scare men. 1. Super-strong woman How can a man date a woman whose muscles are bigger than his? Super-strong woman creates a feeling of inferiority in her man. For men, their strength and their ego lies in being the savior for their woman, not the opposite. 2. The Bimbo The Bimbo is an attractive but empty-headed lady who is nothing more than a pretty body and a pretty face. With such type of women men cannot have an intellectual conversation, because they will misinterpret everything men say and they come up with their own conclusions. Even though, men like beautiful women, if they don’t

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CHANGING TRENDS ON FAN BOX,

WHAT HAPPEN TO OUR FRIENDS

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MIND YOUR HEALTH SERIOUSLY

Chicken & freekeh chopped salad with salsa verde 1 2 3 4 5 An easy, throw together salad that uses up leftover roast chicken. This wholesome dish is packed with crunchy vegetables to make up 2 of your 5-a-day           Nutrition: per serving kcal515 fat31g saturates4g carbs37g sugars2g fibre4g protein20g salt0.7g Save Print   Ingredients 200g freekeh

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JOKES CORNER FOR YOU

Neuropsychologists of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum let video gamers compete against non-gamers in a learning competition. During the test, the video gamers performed significantly better and showed an increased brain activity in the brain areas that are relevant for learning. Prof Dr Boris Suchan, Sabrina Schenk and Robert Lech report their findings in the journal Behavioural Brain Research. The weather prediction task The research team studied 17 volunteers who – according to their own statement – played action-based games on the computer or

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The child and his mother: A curious child asked hi

A woman and her husband go to the doctor because the woman is complaining of shortness of breath. After fifteen minutes, the woman comes out into the waiting room and says, "Apparently, my problem is that I have a nice cooter."

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How to earn money online without investment!

How to earn money online without investment! Earn real money without paying even single penny from your pocket.

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The Most Importnt Inventions

inventions that changed the word     Wheel: The wheel stands out as the OG of engineering marvels. This primitive technology made it easier for all of us to travel. From the archeological excavations, the oldest known wheel is from Mesopotamia, around 3500 B.C. As a result of advancement in the new and innovative design of wheels, industrialization could take root. The wheel serves a vital purpose in our lives, and we couldn’t imagine the world without them. [Image Source: Pixabay]

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Funny Cartoon Foto

Comparison Who can you finally stop comparing yourself to? Dan Sullivan, founder of Strategic Coach, says you have to “get out of the gap” when it comes to measuring your life by other peoples success—the gap being where you are and where they appear to be. The best way to do this is to consider how far you have come in the last 12 months, to the day. On this day last year, what didn’t you know, have, or had become yet? Let your progress astound you. Basically, focus on your own sh*t. Exhaustion Why does everyone seem to be tired all of the time? Go to bed earlier! Take a bath. Read. Unwind. Listen to nature sounds at night on Spotify versus scouring Snapchat. Plan your outfit and bag the night before work so you have a few extra minutes in bed. There is nothing magical or mystical about getting sufficient rest. Commit to a curfew during the week and to being more organized. Excuses Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other

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Technology 2017

, the early version of smart glasses that cost $1,500 and never really took off with consumers? It’s back (actually it never really went away, just laid low).  The device now has Bluetooth capability so it can hook up mice, keyboards and other Bluetooth-enabled objects. (Source: TechCrunch) Why this is important for your business: Google Glass is alive and well and may have use in your company. More and more businesses are finding use for the device – particularly through Google’s 

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Did You Know ? By Love Finder

Blockchain is surfing on the hype surrounding. This is quite a significant funding round for a cryptocurrency startup. Blockchain is surfing on the hype surrounding bitcoins, ethers, litecoins and initial coins offering. And I’m sure other cryptocurrency startups are currently raising more funding too. Blockchain currently claims to manage more than 14 million wallets. When the startup announced its previous$30 million funding round, it was only managing 2.3 million

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Best Natural Places to Visit in

20 Facts About London You

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Know About Cars By Love Finder

If you dig in deep, you will be surprised about the evolution of the cars since their invention. What was once a mere buggy fitted with four wheels has now turned into super cars that can travel faster than sound. Right from the wheels to the science involved in engines, everything has transformed the way cars are produced today. But how much do we know about cars? Sadly, very little! Here we have jotted 25 really lesser known facts about cars that will surprise you. © Thinkstock Photos/Getty images

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From Touch Displays To The Surface: Brief History

From touch displays to the Surface: A brief history of touchscreen technology. The beginnings of capacitive, resisitive, and multitouch screens. It's hard to believe that just a few decades ago, touchscreen technology could only be found in science fiction books and film. These days, it's almost unfathomable how we once got through our daily tasks without a trusty tablet or smartphone nearby, but it doesn't stop there. Touchscreens really are everywhere. Homes, cars, restaurants, stores, planes, wherever—they fill our lives in spaces public and private. It took generations and several major technological advancements for touchscreens to achieve this kind of presence. Although the underlying technology behind touchscreens can be traced back to the 1940s, there's plenty of evidence that suggests touchscreens weren't feasible until at least 1965. Popular science fiction television shows like Star Trek didn't even refer to the technology until Star Trek: The Next Generation debuted in 1987, almost two decades after touchscreen technology was even deemed possible. But their inclusion in the series paralleled the advancements in the technology world, and by the late 1980s, touchscreens finally appeared to be realistic enough that consumers could actually employ the technology into their own homes.  This article is the first of a three-part series on touchscreen technology's journey to fact from fiction. The first three decades of touch are important to reflect upon in order to really appreciate the multitouch technology we're so used to having today. Today, we'll look at when these technologies first arose and who introduced them, plus we'll discuss several other pioneers who played a big role in advancing touch. Future entries in this series will study how the changes in touch displays led to essential devices for our lives today and where the technology might take us in the future. But first, let's put finger to screen and travel to the 1960s. 1960s: The first touchscreen

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10 BIGGEST BRAIN DAMAGING HABITS by Love Finder

10 BIGGEST BRAIN DAMAGING HABITS According to world health organization following are such habits that will damage your brain severely:  1. No Breakfast – People who do not take breakfast are going to have a lower blood sugar level. This leads to an insufficient supply of nutrients to the brain causing