2022.01.18 09:39 No_Secret2290

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2022.01.18 09:39 sayruh906 My girls love the fireplace. Sunny and Raya are the best babies.

My girls love the fireplace. Sunny and Raya are the best babies. submitted by sayruh906 to velvethippos [link] [comments]

2022.01.18 09:39 Ill-YaSh03 📢 Polygonapes Announces 📣 Another day of our cooperation 🔥 stay tuned for good surprises 🎉 DFyn NFTs NFTdrop mint

📢 Polygonapes Announces 📣 Another day of our cooperation 🔥 stay tuned for good surprises 🎉 DFyn NFTs NFTdrop mint submitted by Ill-YaSh03 to cryptohangout [link] [comments]

2022.01.18 09:39 MUSICOTERAPIA2021 ❤️💚 Hermosa Música de Flauta ❤️💚 Música Para Meditación ❤️💚 Flauta China...

❤️💚 Hermosa Música de Flauta ❤️💚 Música Para Meditación ❤️💚 Flauta China... submitted by MUSICOTERAPIA2021 to zenmusic [link] [comments]

2022.01.18 09:39 TattooedPolitician Crazy how far we’ve come: CNBC Bitcoin ATM - April 2nd 2013

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2022.01.18 09:39 DarthSkrub Anyone else softly sing to themselves

I don’t have any AirPods and a lot of times I find myself singing songs to myself. Not so loud that people around me can hear me but just to stimulate my mind.
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2022.01.18 09:39 Nederland5 Campagne wijst Arnhemmers met geldzorgen de weg

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2022.01.18 09:39 Striking-Minute-9507 am I?

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2022.01.18 09:39 Sea-Patient-1804 每当我心存善意.txt

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2022.01.18 09:39 sith_happenss Do you remember any good QR code campaign from last year?

Hello! I am writing a presentation for one of my client (bank) to enthuse them to use QR codes as it became a trend they should keep up with. I am looking for ideas about how we can implement them into our strategy and I need examples of QR campaign or usage in 2021 by other companies. I can be totally different than a bank. Any good example you remember is helpful! Thank you!
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2022.01.18 09:39 Hour-Operation-9957 Error 65542 [launcher] [java]

When I open minecraft in 1.18.1 this message appears : GLFW error 65542: WGL: The driver does not appear to support OpenGL. If I open a previous version oike 1.15 minecraft works correctly.
Please help, I have already add manualy opengl
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2022.01.18 09:39 hoom-hm hang this in the kitchen. hang this in the kitchen. submitted by hoom-hm to offmenupodcast [link] [comments]

2022.01.18 09:39 just-one-life How to the scammers receive the money ?

I mean most scammers are in a different country. PayPal would be useless for them as it can be easily tracked and also the sender can open a dispute as well and asking for bitcoin is a sureshot sign of a scam. Then how do they receive the money. I am really curious!!
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2022.01.18 09:39 JohnnyDown Settings and NewGRFs for a Game of New Players

It looks like I’m going to be sick for my birthday party, so I’ve decided to play a large, multiplayer game of OpenTTD with my family instead. None of us are all that experienced, so I was wondering what settings and GRFs to use. Also, any other advice?
Some considerations: 1) There might be as many as 20 people playing. 2) I’d like the game to look as nice as possible. 3) We’re a competitive group, so it’d be nice if it was balanced. My previous time playing years ago, I remember some transportation modes being much more profitable than others. 4) We can handle a little more complexity to the basic gameplay, if it makes things more interesting. I’m definitely going to enable cargodist, for example. FIRS is probably too much for us.
Any advice is appreciated!
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2022.01.18 09:39 MiktorVike The Simpsons made wholesome

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2022.01.18 09:39 Known_Masterpiece972 Good morning!

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2022.01.18 09:39 MAFiA_79 Earn 10,000 #Terk by doing easy tasks. #BSCGem #BSCtoken #BSC #Airdrop

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2022.01.18 09:39 PenisBallz_Testicle Anyone else cry during this death scene? IMO saddest in game...

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2022.01.18 09:39 CredditLoch What happened to Covert Cavern?

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2022.01.18 09:39 coopersock Help Generating Creative Essays Under Pressure

Hello Essay People,
I am due to take an exam in March which has a verbal reasoning, written task, and a scientific reasoning section (medical school entry exam). In search of guidance for the written task, I have read lots of the usual essay writing tips on this forum, but the tips generally relate to essays written over a longer period of time, and not in an exam.
For the written task (essay) in this exam, you are given two sets of 5x prompts (usually quotes but could just be statements); the first set of prompts relates to a random sociocultural theme (war, capitalism, inequality, activism etc), and the other relates to a random personal theme (love, jealousy, ambition, remorse etc). Your task is to develop a ‘piece of writing’ in response to one or more prompts, in the space of 65 minutes (60 mins writing time, 5 mins planning time). This means you must 1) generate 2x separate ideas or theses and 2) express those ideas in the form 2x cohesive, well-structured essays. The examiners are marking you based on the quality of your response to the theme and how effectively you express and present yourself in doing so.
In the past, many test-takers have stuck to a ‘safe’ generic formula: Intro (state thesis), 1st paragraph (argument for), 2nd paragraph (argument for), 3rd paragraph (argument against), and a Conclusion (synthesis). However these types of essays can look bland and formulaic and generally don’t score well. The essay can be discursive, argumentative, or even a creative, narrative piece. There are no rules. In my experience, the more creative pieces do better, and if you have a really interesting idea, you don’t even have to finish the piece to score well. Essays submitted are said to be around 350 to 500 words each.
I have taken this exam a couple of times in the past, and I am giving it my all this time. However it’s really hard to prepare for this part of the exam outside of reading widely, and hoping you’re struck by inspiration based on the prompts you get on the day (which I have experienced in the past). This does not instil confidence, as this leaves you open to getting ‘page-fright’ on the day because you receive essay prompts on a topic you don’t know much about (which I have also experienced). I really want to lean into the creative side of things, but am afraid I won’t be able to think creatively on command.
I believe I can produce good writing when I can draft and reflect and edit over time, but I’m not sure how I can consistently produce anything of substance in so little time, and on a random topic.
So, my question to the essay experts out there is, do you know of a good way to prepare for this type of assessment? Is there certain formula, literary device or format that could be applied to many or almost any given prompt or topic? Do you know of any writing exercises that help with generating and/or expressing ideas in a creative/novel way?
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2022.01.18 09:39 8starstuff8 Is this worth anything? Have no idea.

Is this worth anything? Have no idea. submitted by 8starstuff8 to Diablo_2_Resurrected [link] [comments]

2022.01.18 09:39 rollotomasi07071 "Ice skating on the Raritan River from New Brunswick to Perth Amboy", reported the New Brunswick Daily Times, on this date in 1904

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2022.01.18 09:39 Jesus_inacave [DISCUSSION] - Mods removed this on accident, here y'all go!

First off, hello from /bass!
I've come here to share an unfortunate indicator of the health of /guitar. I've noticed an uptick in the number of posts on the bass subreddit asking for guitar advice. They always seem to indicate that they had felt very unwelcome here or had not gotten any response at all.
For example:
/Bass/comments/s66088/any_guitarist/? utm_source=share&utm_medium-ios_app&utm_na me=lossmf
/Bass/comments/r0w3tb/anyone else having tro
uble_with_rguita? utm_source=share&utm_medium-ios_app&utm_na
This is far from an isolated incident, as I have noticed a sentiment from /GuitarCirclejerk that /t/guitar is all the same words with none of the irony. Granted, I dont spend that much time on this subreddit, but the fact that posts have been leaking into other subs seems to indicate that things could be better around here.
/guitar needs to step it up, both by making their posting rules more obvious (the rules aren't even visible on Apollo, for example, and posts that break rules get removed without feedback), and by making a concious effort to reduce the elitism expressed by members of the community. Everyone was a beginner at some point, and helping new players out is an opprtunity and a responsibility.
Thanks for reading!
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2022.01.18 09:39 svanapps JPMorgan says ethereum is losing ground to rivals in the NFT market, which could boost the likes of solana

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2022.01.18 09:39 MeanMentality Saving money

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