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Those who suffer from sinusitis know how troublesome can be sinuses pains when these little cavities are inflamed because of abundant secretions. An American specialist discovered a fast, efficient...

Those who suffer from sinusitis know how troublesome can be sinuses pains when these little cavities are inflamed because of abundant secretions. An American specialist discovered a fast, efficient...

Conversation Heart Bark  - - -  White chocolate  Conversation hearts  Sprinkles    Melt the white chocolate in the microwave for about 30 seconds.  Remove and stir.  If not completely melted, microwave for another 30 seconds.  Spread onto a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil.  Add conversation hearts and sprinkles to the chocolate.  Place in the fridge overnight.  Y-U-M!

Conversation Heart Bark - - - White chocolate Conversation hearts Sprinkles Melt the white chocolate in the microwave for about 30 seconds. Remove and stir. If not completely melted, microwave for another 30 seconds. Spread onto a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil. Add conversation hearts and sprinkles to the chocolate. Place in the fridge overnight. Y-U-M!

<3 <3 <3  look at him licking those lips...  hubba hubba!

<3 <3 <3 look at him licking those lips... hubba hubba!

Tanner Petch, University of Michigan, ’17 “A photograph is a moment in time, a single facet of a person or a place. A scan, on the other hand, takes up to 30 seconds to capture something. These two self-portraits began as explorations with the scanner, figuring out just how I could make these life-size pictures one 8.5” x 11” section at a time. As I was hunched over this public scanner in compromising positions, I questioned our relationship with technology, and how we only view ourselves…

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Tanner Petch, University of Michigan, ’17 “A photograph is a moment in time, a single facet of a person or a place. A scan, on the other hand, takes up to 30 seconds to capture something. These two self-portraits began as explorations with the scanner, figuring out just how I could make these life-size pictures one 8.5” x 11” section at a time. As I was hunched over this public scanner in compromising positions, I questioned our relationship with technology, and how we only view ourselves…

NDE Discovery: Brain Found to Be 'Highly Active' Just After Death  The near-death experience reported by cardiac arrest survivors worldwide may be grounded in science, according to research at the University of Michigan.  Previously, it was not believed that the brain could be active after death, but now it appears that there is a burst of superconsicous activity for about 30 seconds AFTER its blood...

NDE Discovery: Brain Found to Be 'Highly Active' Just After Death The near-death experience reported by cardiac arrest survivors worldwide may be grounded in science, according to research at the University of Michigan. Previously, it was not believed that the brain could be active after death, but now it appears that there is a burst of superconsicous activity for about 30 seconds AFTER its blood...

Aquí publicare One shots de Jared Leto(obvio) y si quieren , alguno q… #romance # Romance # amreading # books # wattpad

One Shots: JARED LETO

Aquí publicare One shots de Jared Leto(obvio) y si quieren , alguno q… #romance # Romance # amreading # books # wattpad

Ragged Coast Milky Way Pano  This is a 3-row panorama.  I used the Nodal Ninja Ultimate M1-L 3-axis kit with the RD16-II rotator to make this an easy process just required a lot of patience.  I panned the camera 30 degrees between shots at 14mm and tilted up or down 30 degrees for the upper and lower rows.  I took 10 shots per row so 30 total but I cropped the result quite a bit from that.  However the stitching was a bit of a pain because I used longer exposures for the downward facing…

Ragged Coast Milky Way Pano This is a 3-row panorama. I used the Nodal Ninja Ultimate M1-L 3-axis kit with the RD16-II rotator to make this an easy process just required a lot of patience. I panned the camera 30 degrees between shots at 14mm and tilted up or down 30 degrees for the upper and lower rows. I took 10 shots per row so 30 total but I cropped the result quite a bit from that. However the stitching was a bit of a pain because I used longer exposures for the downward facing…

"I always find I get a good portion of students who are fearful of drawing and who proclaim 'I can't draw' or something of the like, so I like to do this lesson to warm them up and build their confidence in their drawing skills. I like to start with quick studies, I'm talking 30 seconds-2 minutes, before moving on to longer studies and I always use a range of approaches. I like to use contour drawing, continuous line, blind drawing, negative space and wrong hand drawing." -CLAIRE PLATT

"I always find I get a good portion of students who are fearful of drawing and who proclaim 'I can't draw' or something of the like, so I like to do this lesson to warm them up and build their confidence in their drawing skills. I like to start with quick studies, I'm talking 30 seconds-2 minutes, before moving on to longer studies and I always use a range of approaches. I like to use contour drawing, continuous line, blind drawing, negative space and wrong hand drawing." -CLAIRE PLATT

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