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My Top Six Small Business Tools

What a great post of 6 Tools to help streamline the lives of Small Business Owners. This post was written by Melissa from Design Eat Repeat (blogger & Graphic Designer) and is filled with some great programs to help run a smooth business!

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This image is a modern representation of the effects drugs and alcohol can have a person. Alice is known for her consumption of numerous things that she does know what they are. This is such a strong image because it shows how a destructive drugs can be.

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Head lice remedy Never know when you will need it.

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Grab some soil from your garden. You can add sand to make it a bit more dusty. Wood ash is very harmful to parasites. Just burn some leaves and let the ash cool before adding it:) Food Grade Diatomacious earth www.facebook.com/HomeFarmIdeas

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Au petit Délice - Riquewihr, Alsace, France. Our tips for 25 places to see in France: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2011/12/22/what-to-see-in-france/

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im a sucker for micro photography, is it any wonder with stunners like these?
from TheMetaPicture.com

Microscopic world

im a sucker for micro photography, is it any wonder with stunners like these?

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from Oddee

10 Horrible Deep Sea Creatures

The giant isopod, known scientifically as Bathynomus giganteus, is the largest known member of the isopod family. It is very closely related to the small pillbugs that you can find in the garden. It is a carnivorous crustacean that spends its time scavenging the deep ocean floor. Food is extremely scarce at these great depths, so the isopod has adapted to eat what ever happens to fall to the ocean floor from above. It will also feed on some of the small invertebrates that live at these…

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from Polyvore

Zombie Apocalypse outfit!

A fashion look from February 2014 featuring splendid shirt, black leather jacket and black skinny jeans. Browse and shop related looks.

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Two Greater Manchester Police officers strike a pose for the camera in one of a series of image intended to be used in a recruitment campaign in 1977. The location is the famous Bruche Police Training Centre near Warrington. Police officers from many local forces trained at the centre between 1946 and its closure in 2006. From the archives of our museum. www.gmpmuseum.co.uk

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