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Here's another reason to get active: Exercise may reduce the risk of 13 types of #cancer, a new study finds. http://bit.ly/1ss0d1K
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The stunning find was pure chance.
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It's beautiful artefact no matter how may be called.
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Dutch Sinse 100 times more accurate reporting volcanoes
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The short answer is A LOT!
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I HAD A MISCARRIAGE IN 2008 AND I HAVE BEEN TRYING EVER SINCE. I HAD SURGERY IN 2009 TO REMOVE THE fibriods and they came back again. until i met on facebook oduduwa ajakaye in 2014 who send me his herbal product, i have conceive and have given birth... try oduduwa ajakaye

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You're welcome.
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Humans are so smart... yet, so stupid.
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A curious prehistoric site on a hilltop in northern Ohio may reflect the spiritual cosmology of the ancient hunter-gatherer people who built the site around 2,300 years ago, according to a new study. http://bit.ly/1YvgBZi
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The drive belt is designed to last about 9,320 miles.
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Belt drive is not new. I had it since 2014. Love its quietness and for being oil free. Few close-up shots here:
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What tattoo would you get if you knew it would be seen 5,000 years later?
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fake... you got taken hahahah
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This is REALLY odd!
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What? ??
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am from ND and you ? +Cecilia Abreu Teixeira 
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Does this prove we are not alone in the universe?
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There is life out there...but to far away to get a signal ...there are tons of galaxies and our galaxy is huge......which boggles the mind...now Im getting a headache...:o/
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