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126. With River Crossing, Migrants Thread Loophole in EU-Turkey Deal 
December 14, 2016

This time of year, the Evros River runs broad and icy, its banks muddy and remote. It’s a formidable sight for migrants reaching Turkey’s land border with Greece, but not formidable enough to stop people who have already come so far in their bid to make it to a new life in Europe. “It was horribly cold,” said Kevin Mohamadi, 37, an Iranian who said he crossed the river after paying smugglers. “We were a group of 16, including Afghan families with four children each, and crossed in two...... (read more)

127. 3 Things That Kill Your Air Conditioner
December 13, 2016

You might not be using your air conditioner this time of year, but it is still important to maintain your system. The last thing you want is to turn on your A/C in the spring and find that your machine is shot. It is also wise to be prepared for the occasional warm day in the next few months of cold. While you can always contact HVAC service in Douglasville if you have issues or just need a tune-up, there are also some behaviors you should avoid. Below are 3 things you can do that will ruin your A/C unit. Never allow ice to build up on your air conditioner. Ice may form if the weather becom... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

128. Affiliate Marketing Online Program
December 13, 2016

If you're considering starting your own business and you think that an affiliate marketing online program is the best way for you to go, this article is for you. Affiliate marketing is by far one of the best ways to make money from home, online. It's easy to start, you can make money fairly quickly and you don't need much money to get started. Secret Web Page. (only for your eyes)- CLICK HERE! That doesn't mean, however, that it's all pie in the sky. There are some cold hard facts you have to be aware of first if you really want to succeed: 1. Every time you open your email... (read more)

Author: Cacey Taylor

129. Russia’s Norilsk: Arctic City of Extreme Cold, Massive Pollution
December 12, 2016

Russia’s northernmost city, Norilsk, is a place of extremes. With a population over 100,000, it lies in the freezing Siberian Arctic, dependent on imported food. Norilsk’s economy is driven by mining, and it is one of the most polluted cities in Russia. As VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Moscow for Ricardo Marquina Montanana, life in Norilsk comes at a cost.... (read more)

130. Russian Tortoise Release Revised Diet Guide for 2017
December 10, 2016

If you’re the proud owner of a tortoise, you’ll know just how much time and effort goes into looking after them. Now, thanks to improved information on what tortoises can and cannot eat, the website Russian Tortoise has released its revised Russian tortoise diet guide for 2017. As the guide makes clear, the Russian tortoise is a natural grazer in the wild. It subsists on a diet of wild plants and weeds during the active months, and then lives off its fat reserved once the weather turns cold in the winter. For some owners, knowing what to feed their tortoise instead of wild weeds can be a ch... (read more)

Author: John Doe

131. Runtopia teaches you how to keep running during the winter
December 04, 2016

As the winter is rapidly approaching in the north hemisphere, the weather is getting cold and dry outside. The sunshine will be no longer warm. The wind often blows strongly. The days are shorter and the nights are longer. Outside workout will be a severe challenge in the chilly temperatures. Would you choose to suspend your effort or push yourself into it? Though a sweat session outside might not be the easy choice, it’s a pretty good one. Tough it out, and you’ll benefit a lot. But when it comes to facing the situation, are you really well-prepared to challenge the cold weather? H... (read more)

Author: John Doe

132. Winter Is Coming: How to Protect Your Teeth From The Cold
December 01, 2016

Cold weather can take a toll on your teeth. And while chattering teeth is what you are most likely envisioning, winter’s effect on them goes way beyond this. All those sudden changes of temperature can really affect your teeth, and you might not even be aware of it. Here are the most important things you need to keep in mind to make sure your teeth stay healthy and happy throughout this winter 1. Schedule Regular Dentist Visits Make a habit of seeing your dentist regularly. If it’s already been a while since you have had your teeth checked, then you shouldn’t po... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

133. Designing a Patio for Use in Winter
November 30, 2016

How much use does your back patio get during the winter months? If you're like most people, you probably don't use it too much. After all, who wants to sit on cold patio furniture and wait for burgers to come off the grill? But that doesn't have to be the case. There are many great ways to utilize your patio in the winter, so long as you have the right features. Read this article for a few ideas and then look into patio design in Atlanta, GA. Fire Pit The most important feature you'll want to have in order to use your patio in winter is a fire pit. This allows you to light a warm fire that y... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

134. Landlords Warned About Need To Ensure The Energy Efficiency Of Their Properties
November 29, 2016

UK landlords taking advantage of Advanced Rent's No Deposit Rental Scheme or landlord tenant referencing may be interested to read that 58% of their fellow landlords have reportedly refused requests from their tenants to improve the energy efficiency of their property. Furthermore, more than half of UK tenants have said that their rental property is cold and draughty – a state of affairs that could put many landlords at legal risk. Widespread concern in light of new law The above are findings from a poll conducted by online letting agent PropertyLetByUs, which found that seve... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

135. Keep the Heat at Bay
November 29, 2016

Cooling systems can seem to be somewhat fickle, but they're also something that people rely upon heavily. If you need help with your HVAC system in Watkinsville, you know how frustrating it can be to have your HVAC unit on the fritz. People rely on their heating and cooling, especially during unseasonably warm or cold months, and losing your cool can not only be inconvenient but can also make people quite miserable. Whether your HVAC unit needs repairs or if you need an entirely new unit, having an excellent technician is remarkably helpful. Preventative Maintenance Sometimes the best soluti... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

136. Warning Signs That You Need Furnace Repair
November 29, 2016

A furnace is a great addition to your home because it keeps you warm during those cold months. There are energy efficient heating Vista furnaces in the market today that will save you on utility bills and at the same time ensuring that your home remains as comfortable and welcoming as it ought to be. To have a pleasant experience with your furnace, it is not enough to just select the most suitable unit for your home but also to keep up with proper maintenance. You also want to be on the lookout for any changes in the way your furnace operates so you know when to call for furnace repair Vista s... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

137. Cubans Begin Mourning for Fidel Castro
November 26, 2016

Flag-waving Cuban students broke into a mass chant of "I am Fidel" to salute Fidel Castro as nine days of mourning began for the combative Cold War icon, who dominated the Communist island's political life for generations. Alcohol sales were suspended, flags flew at half-staff and shows and concerts were canceled after his younger brother and successor, President Raul Castro, told the country on Friday that Fidel had died at 10:29 p.m., without giving a cause of...... (read more)

138. Trump Says He Will Do All He Can to Help Cuban People
November 26, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Saturday that his administration would "do all it can" once it takes office on Jan. 20 to help boost freedom and prosperity for Cuban people after the death of Fidel Castro. Trump had threatened late in his upstart campaign for the White House that concerns about religious freedom in Cuba could prompt him to reverse President Barack Obama's moves to open relations with the Cold War adversary after more than a half-century's...... (read more)

139. Cold Weather, Heavy Snowfall 'Kill At Least 20' In Northern Afghanistan
November 25, 2016

Freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall have killed at least 20 people, mostly children, this week in a remote northern province in Afghanistan, local officials say. The deaths occurred in the rural Darzab district of the Jawzjan Province, district Governor Rahmatullah Hashar told RFE/RL on Friday. Hashar said all the victims were internally displaced people who had left their villages in neighboring regions due to violence and a lack of security. Hashar and local officials said...... (read more)

140. Catering in Catered Chalets
November 25, 2016

Choosing to stay in a chalet, rather than a hotel, while on a skiing trip, offers many added benefits. The primary advantages are the additional space and rooms available, and the greater freedom to come and go as you please. Catered chalets go one step further, offering prepared hot and cold meals, and a wonderful ‘home away from home’ feel. Skiing holidays are rarely considered ‘cheap’, and for some the additional cost of eating out during the stay makes the trip a financial impossibility. Booking a fully catered chalet will ultimately not only save you money, but will also feed you well, an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

141. Booth Spraying at Christmas
November 25, 2016

As Christmas approaches, the weather changes and starts to get considerably colder. As a result, maintenance companies find it difficult to complete external spraying works. An alternative to external on site spraying is in-house booth spraying. It is something that many contractors and spraying professionals utilise to ensure they meet their client's needs. Cold weather makes it significantly difficult to complete work outside. Although the work can still be completed, it may not be done to the highest standard. The cooler weather and in some cases, freezing weather, can affect the... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

142. Snow Falls in November in Tokyo for First Time in 54 Years
November 23, 2016

Tokyo residents woke up Thursday to the first November snowfall in more than 50 years. An unusually cold air mass brought wet snow to Japan's capital. Above-freezing temperatures kept the snow from sticking in most places, though it did accumulate on sidewalks and cars in Tokyo's far western suburbs. Meteorologists forecast up to 2 centimeters (1 inch) would fall, and more in the mountains northwest of Tokyo. The snow caused minor train delays during the morning...... (read more)

143. 5 Ways to Keep Your Kids Healthy This Winter
November 21, 2016

While winter brings holiday cheer and frosty mornings, it also brings an increase in cold and flu germs. Children are especially susceptible to these types of illnesses. Because many of these sicknesses are transmitted through surfaces, your kids can easily come home from school, daycare, or a friend’s home with the bacteria in tow. To decrease your children’s chances of ending up in the bilingual urgent care clinic, here are a few things that you can do. Encourage hand washing. The frequent washing of hands is the easiest way to prevent the spread of the cold and flu. Your children should... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

144. Top Tips on the Perfect Temperature to Store and Serve Wines
November 21, 2016

It’s all very well buying up the delicious French wines you sampled on your last vineyard tour, but when you get them home do you know how to store them so that when you eventually open them they taste their very best? What about the ideal temperature to serve them at? Here’s our guide to keeping and serving the French wines you love at exactly the right temperature to get the very most from them. The Importance of Temperature for Storage The temperature at which you store your bottles will determine the eventual flavour and balance of the drink: too warm and it may cause it to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

145. Select the perfect material as every your use as cups are produced from a variety of materials
November 21, 2016

You can either choose the one made from ceramic or steel. There are mugs made from plastic as well. As you buy a mug to make your morning brew taste better, you should choose an appropriate material. Some people love to have hot produce; during your time on st. kits are many who enjoy cold coffee. Depending on your need, you should choose the cup made from the perfect materials. In case you want to have hot brew, is actually far better to choose a glass created from porcelain or any other thick and strong material. Strong material would preserve the warmth and quality of your coffee fo... (read more)

Author: Randy Zimmer

146. Landscaping services like lawn renovation and installation helps to beautify the green property
November 16, 2016

Wide open green spaces of the lawn are lovely to view, but includes a lot of physical labor to keep the trees, shrubs, and other horticultural aspects of the gardens healthy and upright. Lawns are among the most important parts of a property where individuals can spend some time by playing with their kids and pets or relaxing psychologically under the warmth of the sun during cold weathers. Therefore, for effective lawn care one needs to follow some lawn maintenance strategies including regular watering of plants and providing necessary nutrients needed for its healthy growth, also to improve ... (read more)

Author: Leon Grant

147. Refugees in Greece Living in Tents Brace for Winter
November 14, 2016

As winter arrives, efforts continue to help the refugees and migrants trapped in Greece following last spring’s border closures. But with progress slow, thousands of families are set to face the cold with little more than a tent for protection. John Owens reports for VOA from Athens.... (read more)

148. Comfort Wines for Winter
November 11, 2016

The cold winter months inspire in their own way. They influence a desire for the couch, for fluffy blankets, and for a warm bowl of soup. If you’re looking for discount wine online, consider some of these winter comfort wines that are perfect for the cool seasons. Cabernet Sauvignon A soothing red wine is just the ticket, and Cabernet Sauvignon is the king of reds. It has a full body, a dark fruity taste, and serves as a great flavor partner to dark meats and beef broths. This red wine is just waiting to join your ugly Christmas sweater party—especially if herb-roasted veggies are also invol... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

149. Managing herpes viral infections with the help of Valtrex
November 10, 2016

Herpes can be defined as a viral infection that is caused by a herpes simplex virus and that manifests itself through symptoms such as blisters on the skin, cold sores, swollen glands and even lesions. Viral infections are classified according to the area of the body that is affected, which is the reason why we have oral herpes, genital herpes, herpes of the eye and, last but not least, herpes infection of the brain. With the help of medication, the duration and the repetitiveness of the outbreaks can be managed. Although there is a number of medication out there for the treatment of herpes vi... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

150. What Is the Purpose of Wearing a Lab Coat?
November 06, 2016

Lab coats are commonly associated with pharmacists, physicians, and laboratory technicians in medical environments, so much so that people consider them to be simple uniforms rather than practical necessities. Doctors just wear white coats to set themselves apart, right? Where else would they keep their notepads and prescription pads? Hospitals can be cold, right? Maybe these coats keep them warm. Actually, lab coats serve a few very important purposes. If you are wondering, "Where can I find scrub stores near me for lab coats?", you should know why many health professionals are required to we... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

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