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Derek  Fletcher Derek Fletcher's blog:

How Your Eating Habits Reflect Your Values

Most people probably draw no correlations between what they eat and the values they claim to hold. Is this you? You are not alone. Learn an exercise in this episode that will result in a self-verifiable truth that will change your life in a wonderfully meaningful way...--- Support this podcast: http Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 04, 2022 07:00
Brenda C. Mohammed Brenda C. Mohammed's blog:

BRENDA MOHAMMED FEATURES IN CIESART'S MAGAZINE.

 


BRENDA MOHAMMED - AUTHOR OF 50 books and PRESIDENT OF CIESART- TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO will be featured in an article to be translated into 40 languages in CIESART's  Diplomacia Cultural En El Mundo Magazine, Spain. Her photo will also appear on the front cover of the Magazine.Brenda extends her gr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 17:52
C.J. Carter-Stephenson C.J. Carter-Stephenson's blog:

New Podcast Release - 'A Drama in the Air' - Jules Verne

It's been a long time coming, for which I most humbly apologise, but the audio version of episode 5 of the second season of Back of the Bookshelf is finally ready. It's another aeronautical adventure, this time from the pen of the great Jules Verne. It was first published in August 1851 under th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 17:28
Peyman ADL DOUSTI HAGH Peyman ADL DOUSTI HAGH's blog:

Ali Khamenei Resurrects the 1981/1360s god

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Ali Khamenei resurrects the 1981A.D./the 1360s (Solar Calendar of Iran) god because the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) is in crisis. One way to define the notion of politics is in light of managing conflict. The IRI has one rule to address domestic and foreign Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 17:08
Nora LeDuc Nora LeDuc's blog:

New Book is OUT

LOVIN' YOU Crazy is a featured book on Fresh-Friday-new release books. Free in KU. SECOND CHANCE ROMANCE-BAD GIRL GOOD BOY-FAMILY SECRETS
Murder suspect Thomasina (Tommie) Murphy gambles on her childhood friend, an untested, smart PI to clear her name and bury her secrets.
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Published on August 07, 2022 16:50
Jessica Leza Jessica Leza's blog:

Music and Relaxation music therapy group resources on patreon

Check out the new music and relaxation group materials posted on patreon! Don't forget to look for this month's free materials pinned to the top of my main patreon page.

The relaxation materials are here, for patrons only. It only costs $3 to become a patron and you get access to everything I post.

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Published on August 07, 2022 16:50
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:

Spreading Goodwill.

Taking positive steps to ease the way of others is a noble aspiration. One of the ways is simple but effective. On occasions, opportunity may arise whereby a kind action is made with no anticipation of reward, apart from asking that in turn a similar gesture might be offered to others. This sort of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 16:19
Edward Eidolon Edward Eidolon's blog:

Mandala book 3 | The Bounty | Chapter 10: Aftermath - Live now!

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Book III The Bounty - Chapter 10: Aftermath
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Published on August 07, 2022 16:19
A.F.S. Green A.F.S. Green's blog:

A Valentine For Our Four-Legged Friends

Our seventh issue, Second Draft Journals: Love Notes & Paw Prints, features original works of art, poems, and Puppy Love, a short story about a dog named Candy who loses her beloved owner and has to start over. She finds solace when she makes friends with another dog who has had a very different lif

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Published on February 14, 2022 13:03
Erin Tobin Erin Tobin's blog:

This Week's Inspirational Thought

“Just as man cannot live without dreams, he cannot live without hope.

If dreams reflect the past, hope summons the future.”

~Elie Wiesel

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Published on August 07, 2022 15:52
Joe Montaperto Joe Montaperto's blog:

A FINISHED PRODUCT

This Sunday night is our last one, and we’re back in the art room. This is it! The finishing touches. Rummaging through his huge ring of keys again, Na-Na picks out a distinctive looking gold one, the smallest key in the pack, and heads over to Silverstein’s art closet. I’m puzzled, because I know t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 16:00
J.K. Ellem J.K. Ellem's blog:

Murder School - New York City

⭐️5 out of 5 stars Unputdownable⭐️
I thoroughly enjoyed the book. The whole plot and characters are very much believable. It is once again a fast-paced delightful page turner, and I couldn't wait to find out what happens next. I absolutely loved the main character Eve also Vega (I think she could hav Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 15:38
Debra Holt Debra Holt's blog:

Introducing the Texas Heritage Series

“Other states are carved or born; Texas grew from hide and horn.”
— Bertha Hart Nance, 1932

Texas ranching has a long, storied history, dating back to Christopher Columbus’ second visit to Hispaniola. He brought with him a herd of cattle, who would go on to become the ancestors of the Texas Longhorn c Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 15:32
P.J. Sullivan P.J. Sullivan's blog:

INTERESTING DISCOVERY

I just discovered that a relative of mine owned slaves, before the Civil War. But the circumstances were very unusual. Five of her six slaves were children. One was only two years old. It looks like she adopted a family of slaves. It looks like her ownership of these people was protective, even bene Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 15:22
Jason  Brownlee Jason Brownlee's blog:

Multiprocessing Pool Get First Result

You can get the first result from tasks in the multiprocessing.pool.Pool either via a shared multiprocessing.Queue or by issuing tasks via the imap_unordered() function and getting the first value from the iterable. In this tutorial you will discover how to get the first result from the multiprocess Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 12:00
W.R. Woodbury W.R. Woodbury's blog:

Life As A Bug

A young woman stopped by my house just as the cat brought home a live mouse to play with.  My visitor commanded the cat to let the mouse go but the orders fell on deaf ears.  She chased the cat but it ran off with its catch to the far side of the courtyard. Flailing with a broom, she chased it until

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Published on August 07, 2022 10:44
B.L. Norris B.L. Norris's blog:

The Perch

Jacob's Ladder
Paul Chambers hated hunting. Killing animals, any animal, stabbed at his soul. However, it was the killing of animals that had brought his band of brothers together today. They were hunters. In order to infiltrate this group of men, Paul had to be a hunter, even if each excursion to th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2022 14:53
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