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Tell me what you want me to put on my Pinterest boards in my other social networks like Skype which is Fama81082 or by Gmail that is Fama81082@gmail.com  Díganme qué quiere que ponga en mis tableros de Pinterest en mis otras redes sociales como Skype que es Fama81082 o por Gmail que es Fama81082@gmail.com

Tell me what you want me to put on my Pinterest boards in my other social networks like Skype which is Fama81082 or by Gmail that is Fama81082@gmail.com Díganme qué quiere que ponga en mis tableros de Pinterest en mis otras redes sociales como Skype que es Fama81082 o por Gmail que es Fama81082@gmail.com

David Batchelor - Parapillar 7 (Multicolour) Fly Swatters, Dusters and other everyday items

David Batchelor - Parapillar 7 (Multicolour) Fly Swatters, Dusters and other everyday items

This Tiffany tennis ball can made of sterling silver and will set you back $1500

24 Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items

This Tiffany tennis ball can made of sterling silver and will set you back $1500

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The Silk Road, other trade routes and hubs through Asia 300BC - 100AD

The Silk Road, other trade routes and hubs through Asia 300BC - 100AD [1600x630]

The Silk Road, other trade routes and hubs through Asia 300BC - 100AD

Oddities is a half-hour documentary/reality television program which follows the operation of an East Village, Manhattan shop which trades in antiques and other rarities. The show premiered on November 4, 2010, and airs on the Discovery Channel and its sister network, the Science Channel.[3][4]

Oddities is a half-hour documentary/reality television program which follows the operation of an East Village, Manhattan shop which trades in antiques and other rarities. The show premiered on November 4, 2010, and airs on the Discovery Channel and its sister network, the Science Channel.[3][4]

First half of a demonstration of the Xerox Star user interface from 1982.  Apple's UI was in fact an evolution of these concepts, not a 1:1 copy. The Star UI has little to no direct manipulation, nor any visual distinction for radio buttons or check boxes. In other places, such as networking and printing, the Star was many years ahead. The Star UI laid the foundation but it was not copied whole cloth as some will claim.

First half of a demonstration of the Xerox Star user interface from 1982. Apple's UI was in fact an evolution of these concepts, not a 1:1 copy. The Star UI has little to no direct manipulation, nor any visual distinction for radio buttons or check boxes. In other places, such as networking and printing, the Star was many years ahead. The Star UI laid the foundation but it was not copied whole cloth as some will claim.

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