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Dental implant giants Dentsply, Straumann mull potential deal for Israeli …
Hot on the trail of dental device acquisitions, dental implant giants Straumann and Dentsply International ($ XRAY) are reportedly weighing a deal for Israel's MIS Implants Technologies. Nothing is set in stone but MIS' owner, buyout firm TA Associate …
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New Year, New You: Accessible Dental
Miner is the only dentist on the island who has use of a cone-beam scanner, a 3-D scanning unit that provides a clearer picture of problems that could be brewing beneath the surface, including bone loss. To read the complete New Year, New You profile …
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Water Fluoridation: Good or Bad?
For the purpose of increasing oral health in communities where people don't have equal access to dental work, the fluoridation of water (or adding fluoride to the public water supply) is a common practice. However … Page 2 of 2 – Aside from …
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Deutsch Drahthaars are most common gundog breed in the German-speaking world, and they are used on a wide variety of game.
But this one is a gentle soul, who dotes on all sorts of animals that his kind normally hunt.
Hitler feeding some roe deer, 1936.
Good thing these deer met the animal-loving Hitler and not Goering, who probably would have shot them!
I am aware that Western roe deer are found throughout Europe, but I most strongly associate them with Germany for some reason.
Led by Marlena Cutura, Pope John Paul II girls edge Newman; Newman boys roll …
Pope John Paul II, which both tied and defeated the Greenies last season, notched a 2-1, nondistrict win on a sunny Saturday morning at Newman's Lupin Field. The game almost certainly will have playoff seeding implications. PJP is fourth in the most …
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Ira Winderman: To Riley, durability is key to unlocking Heat
"Greenies" actually were amphetamines, replaced now from Birdman's coffee to various energy drinks. But pharmacology wasn't Riley's point. His point was: get out there. "I am so proud of Dwyane and the way he has led and the fact that he's playing …
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So I’ve tried a few 52 week projects. I’ve even tried a 365. And I’ve failed to complete them all. But what I have enjoyed is the photos I get out of them when I put the effort into it. So I’m going to be doing an unofficial 52 week project this year. I’ll be roughly using prompts from the “Creative 52″ book by Lindsay Adler as well as some “shot ideas” from Charlotte Reeves’ book “Dog Shots”. I hope to essentially plan a shot then go out and do it. I find if I don’t, I just do the same old, same old. Over and over and over and frankly it gets dull. It was OK when Summit was growing so quickly as I was basically just documenting the changes. But now that his growth has slowed down to a dull roar, I want to start capturing something a little different.
My last attempt at a 52 week project was two years ago. The prompt was Colour and I loved the shot of Coulee that I got and I wanted to try and get the same photo of Summit. It worked out perfectly.
Then seeing as we were out and about, we took some other colourful photos as well.
I’ve got a few more I still need to edit too. I’m already glad I’ve made the effort for the project. It’s nice to do something different every now and then.
I saw ppl who used treats n clicker but end up dragged in street or released leash coz can't physically hold the pulling dog.after I showed them how prong works,they feel very happy and goes for long walks.for most dog,the reward us to pull to squirell,so treats never make sence for them.and I want my clients walk dogs,so after they tried for years these head collars,nopullharnesses and still prefer to skip walk coz bleeding palms re not fun.they re happy with prong,n I explain to switch back n forth from prong to flat collar,so in few weeks most stop use prong
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Record-Breaking El Nino a Sign of the Times?
Again we have yet another Chicken Licken scare mongering tale. Why? We don't need it and our … This just more scary Chicken Licken, "the sky is falling on my head." rubbish. I thought they had … Worse, the so-called God-fearing Christians are …
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Petsmart 2015 Black Friday Top Deals & Ad Printout
If you have a pet then you probably know that Petsmart is the best place to go for all your pet care needs, whether you are needing some new pet food or furniture, or even various toys and accessories for your pet. While Petsmart has a lot of great …
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Shilling: Oil Can Go as Low as a Barrel
In this war, the chicken-out price isn't what's needed to meet budget requirements, which ranges between $ 40 a barrel in Kuwait and $ 125 a barrel in Venezuela. It isn't the cost of …. As much as the greenies hate oil, we desperately need it in the …
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Renewable energy standards reconsidered as states question mandates, fret over …
A half-dozen states have moved to scale back, freeze or eliminate their renewable energy standards in the past year, fueled by concerns over higher energy prices, the impact of the EPA's Clean Power Plan and the growing perception that it's … more >.
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Happy Friday friends! Valentine’s Day is a little over two weeks away, and I have a special treat for those of you who would like to give or send your loved ones hip, handcrafted, eco-friendly cards this year. Just enter the code LOVE25 at check-out in the Bubby and Bean Art Shop, and you’ll get 25% off your entire order (sale ends Monday, February 1st).
As always, thank you for your continued support of our little art shop, and of this blog too!
I volunteer for a small non-profit animal shelter (no-kill) and while we are making it financially and taking care of the animals, we don't have adequate volunteers to do all the extras for the dogs and cats, such as regular walking and cuddling.
Animal lovers….PLEASE consider volunteering at your local shelters. There are many, many jobs that need doing, and posting a comment on a blog or on facebook is just not enough. A few hours a week can really help!
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