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Michael Andrew Michael Andrew's blog:

Canon 90D Tutorial Training Overview & Tips Video



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00:02:05 - External Buttons

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Published on September 19, 2019 13:06
Ligia Carvalho Ligia Carvalho's blog:

Note for today

Note for today
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Published on November 05, 2017 14:21
Annie B. Kay Annie B. Kay's blog:

Breakfast Salad Recipe

This summer I went breakfast salad crazy – in the garden, I was knee-deep in some wonderful greens, and the vegetable bowl craze just pointed to making more breakfast salads. Yum.


To put together a breakfast salad, pull together whatever you have in the fridge, notice the veggies that are in seaso...

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Published on September 19, 2019 18:23
Gabbie Hanna Gabbie Hanna's blog:

*SURPRISE* HOME OFFICE MAKEOVER!

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Published on September 19, 2019 15:00
naghree naghree's blog:

Licantropi e lupi mannari

Stavo lavorando alla seconda stesura del secondo libro di Bloody Quests e mi è venuto un dubbio improvviso. Ma licantropi e lupi mannari sono la stessa cosa? E, se non lo sono, Rune qual è dei due?

Che poi alla fine non ha tutta questa importanza, se tutto fila nel worldbuinding, no? A dirlo semb...

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Published on September 20, 2019 03:30
L.J. Diva L.J. Diva's blog:

Spiros & Jenny, more Book Quotes from the latest Porn Star Brothers instalment.

The next instalment of Porn Star Brothers Series continues in Spiros & Jenny…     Spiros & Jenny is the origin story, taking you back to where it all began. How they met and fell in love, when they married and had their children, and the heartbreaking dramas that unfolded on the road to c...

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Published on September 19, 2019 15:00
Susana K. Marsch Susana K. Marsch's blog:

TAROCCHI DELL’OLIMPO: 3 of Chalices

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The Lark at Dawn



Alondra sits in her damp cell and buries her head in her hands. Through the tiny window she glimpses the moon as the sky lightens. Dawn approaches and Alondra kneels and prays with pleading eyes fixed on the moon. 





Dios,” she whispers in Castilian, “please help me. I...

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Published on September 20, 2019 04:00
Ahmed Lotfy Rashed Ahmed Lotfy Rashed's blog:

Islamic vs Christian Concepts of Sin Part 3

These types of conversations require the utmost respect and I sincerely appreciate your comments. Making straw man arguments are fruitless. I’d much rather be having a substantive conversation like this. You made some interesting statements in your last response and […]
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Published on September 19, 2019 13:45
Selma Šljuka Selma Šljuka's blog:

Kad me sjećanje jednom u zagrljaj uvije



Preturam nešto po fajlovima i otvorim folder sa fotografijama, nešto oko tri hiljade fotograija u poslednjih deset godina. Ne znam šta me navelo da ih otvorim, ali kao da ikad znamo. Prosto se otvorilo na nekoj fotki iz Beograda, nakon prve objavljene knjige i prve promocije, sa njim. Jedan Od... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2019 03:50
Victoria Klein Victoria Klein's blog:

Digital Declutter 2019: Procrastination vs Connection (Weeks 2 + 3)

Digital Declutter 2019: Weeks 2 + 3

Wondering why I’m doing a Digital Declutter for September 2019? Check out this post first.

I’ve avoided writing this post for 7 days, 3 hours, and 31 minutes.

(Well, I wrote that line, got up, got some dark chocolate chips, checked my phone to see if I had any notifications, then came back...

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Published on September 19, 2019 23:11
Steven  Smith Steven Smith's blog:

Worlds of fantasy

One of the joys of reading fantasy fiction is the opportunity to dive into and explore imaginary worlds. Well-crafted secondary worlds are not mere background – they enhance and enrich the story, and help shape the characters and themes. These worlds feel like living and breathing places, as if t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2019 04:04
Kristen Brand Kristen Brand's blog:

Free ebook Friday: Balanced on the Blade’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

Being a bookworm ain’t cheap. Fortunately, there’s a ton of free ebooks out there. Unfortunately, sorting through them to find one you like can feel as tedious as searching through receipts during tax season.

Free ebook Friday spotlights a free ebook I’ve personally read and enjoyed, and hope...

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Published on September 20, 2019 05:00
Shannon Maynard Shannon Maynard's blog:

5/31/2018

Renegade
Sharonlee Holder
(Blood Of The Custodians, #2)
Published by: Changing Tides Publishing
Publication date: May 28th 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance

He’ll risk his heart to save her soul.

As the war between the Fates and the resistance rages on, Colin Murphy—bastard son of Hades—find...

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Published on May 31, 2018 07:54
Latrivia Welch Latrivia Welch's blog:

Dmitry’s Redemption: Book Two by Latrivia Welch (Available Now on Amazon)

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Russian Mafia Czar Dmitry Medlov has a serious problem. After declaring war on fellow International Council member, Erik Popov, for the failed assassination attempt on his life, Dmitry is forced to move his entire family to Siberia to keep them safe....

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Published on September 19, 2019 19:41
M. Pattabiraman M. Pattabiraman's blog:

How lifestyle inflation can impact our financial stability

We often focus a lot on regular inflation while planning for our goals and cash flows. But a very important aspect which gets missed is ‘Lifestyle Inflation’. This is the concept where a person...

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Published on September 19, 2019 21:51
Martina Frammartino Martina Frammartino's blog:

Novità di settembre 2019 – terza parte

Cassandra Clare, Storia di illustri Shadowhunters e altri abitanti del mondo dei nascosti, Mondadori, 19,00 € Edizione economica. La sinossi: I personaggi più amati della saga di Cassandra Clare in una ricchissima galleria di profili e ritratti, raccontati come mai … Continua a leggere → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2019 00:13
Willy Akhdes Willy Akhdes's blog:

NYANYIAN PAGI, SYLVIA PLATH




Cinta membawamu pergi seperti arloji emas yang tambunSeorang bidan menampar telapak kakimu dan tangismu yang polosmengambil beberapa tempat kosong
Suara kita bergema. Membesarkan kedatanganmu. Sebuah patung yang baru.Di dalam sebuah museum yang berangin, kau telanjangBayang - bayang kita terse... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 22:42
Isaac Gross Isaac Gross's blog:

Finding God’s Will for Your Life

Did you know that there is a clearly perscribed process in scripture for recognizing God’s perfect will? Does that seem too simplified? Too ‘works based,’ perhaps? Let’s look at what is written, and see:


Rom 12:1 & 2 ‘I beseech you therefore, bretheren, by the mercies of God, that ye present y...

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Published on September 19, 2019 16:06
Rachel Ignotofsky Rachel Ignotofsky's blog:

Hello Los Angeles! I am doing a story circle and having coloring...



Hello Los Angeles! I am doing a story circle and having coloring time at the @lacma this Sunday! Join us from 1:30-2:30 to talk about Women In Art

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Published on September 19, 2019 10:36
Desiree Raye Desiree Raye's blog:

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How about going out as Wonder Woman, sweetie?
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How about going out as Wonder Woman, sweetie?


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It’s never too soon to plan your Halloween costume, girl! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 23:00
Živa Viviana Doria Živa Viviana Doria's blog:

http://www.doria.si/knjigarna/q/artikel/7595 Gosja kraljica, napisala in ilustrirala Živa Viviana Doria, založba Atelje Doria Ali slišite, kako prhuta, gosja kraljica s svojimi snežno belimi krili? Iz Dežele Nije je gosja kraljica poletela že pred nekaj leti. No, končno sem mojemu izvirnemu ilustriranemu motivu gosje kraljice, zapisala tu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2017 13:30
Tania Giguere Tania Giguere's blog:

JULY'S UPDATE


At Amazon, BN, Kobo, Kindle books, and for our UK friends. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 29, 2019 04:17
Andrea Bindella Andrea Bindella's blog:

IL MANOSCRITTO, UN THRILLER DI FRANCK THILLIEZ

Franck Thilliez, maestro del giallo francese, proprio come la protagonista del Manoscritto, costruisce un intreccio calibrato al millimetro, giocando con i temi perturbanti del doppio e della memoria, incastrando in ogni svelamento un nuovo mistero; il risultato è un thriller implacabile, che non... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2019 01:00
Mehmet Ali Güller Mehmet Ali Güller's blog:

Aramco neden hedef?

Suudi Arabistan’ın dev petrol şirketi Aramco’nun iki tesisine 14 Eylül’de düzenlenen saldırı, dünya piyasalarında önemli bir etki yarattı. Zira saldırıya uğrayan Abqaiq ve Khurais tesisleri, Suudi Arabistan petrol üretiminin yarıdan fazla düşmesine neden oldu.


Saldırı, günlük 9,8 milyon varil petr...

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Published on September 19, 2019 21:00
Peter DeHaan Peter DeHaan's blog:

An Off Sunday (Visiting Church #42)

An Off Sunday (Visiting Church #42) 52 Churches, A Yearlong Journey Encountering God, His Church, by Peter DeHaan, PhD

As I blog about the churches we visit, I desire to focus on the positive. While each congregation has their good points and their weak areas, my goal in my posts is to share their more encouraging moments, to celebrate what is right. Today, I find that hard...

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Published on September 19, 2019 05:00
Andrea Mara Andrea Mara's blog:

Five Go Off To Eat Crisps : The Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley and Tayto Park

Five years ago when we first went to Tayto Park, I admit, I was confused. Was it a playground with a zoo attached? Or a zoo with a playground attached? Our kids were too small for any of the rides, and I don’t remember seeing any rollercoasters – I was too busy trying not to lose sight of a rampa...

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Published on September 19, 2019 12:17
Benjamin Page D.C. Benjamin Page D.C.'s blog:

Thinking brain or feeling brain, who’s in control? - 217

On the latest episode I talk about some stuff I am reading in a book by Mark Manson.

There are things we know we should be doing but for some reason don’t do them. For example exercise, for some reason we always make up an excuse not to do it, but why? If we know we need to exercise why do we not...

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Published on September 19, 2019 09:27
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