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Carbo vegetabilis (Charcoal)
This is charcoal; wood that is only partly burned due to lack of oxygen. When you look at an extinguishing wood-fire you will surely have noticed that on the outside the wood already looks cold while inside it is still glowing. This is exactly the picture of...
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Michka Assayas vous a, une nouvelle fois, concocté un programme musical sur mesure, avec entres autres du Blues torride et un peu inattendu, du Blues insidieux, si, si ... du classique, de la ballade, et des sons de guitares comme vous n'en avez jamais ...
French Prime Minister Says National Front Success Could Lead to Civil War
Shortly after Valls' on-air interview Friday, Marine Le Pen rejected his accusations, telling TV channel iTele that “the Socialist Party is ending this campaign in a delirium of outrageousness and eructations...
Chris Christie 'Addiction' Video Goes Viral, Wows Liberals and Conservatives
These eructations from the New Jersey Round Man masquerading as a devotee of the public interest are gross ploys aimed at suckering the public into supporting his power grab. It is impossible and immoral to use force against the mind of an adult.
'Deutschland 83' Debuts to So-So Ratings in Germany
Or perhaps you're repeating the monstrously absurd eructations of a networks executive who claimed he didn't need viewers any longer to make money from a show... Or perhaps you'd care to explain how there is a "changed business model" for companies ...
The Loneliest Man I Ever Met
Peruvian marching powder was black-marketed to youth culture in the '70s as a harmless all-natural Incan botanical safely sipped by Queen Victoria and (apparently) ingested by Sigmund Freud, who complained of “cooling eructations.” (What laymen call ...

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