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Libra Horoscope

Libra Horoscope

Here is the Libra Horoscope sign, known for being cooperative,diplomatic, gracious, fair-minded and social.

Libra rules the kidneys and lower back in your body. The kidneys, through their elimination of wastes and poisons from the body, tend to maintain balance and harmony. Librans are the most diplomatic of the entire zodiac signs due to their need for keeping things fair and in control.

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Equinox, the Sun rises directly in the east and sets directly in the west

Equinox, the Sun rises directly in the east and sets directly in the west

Equinox, the day of the year when the Sun rises directly in the east and sets directly in the west.

The earth constantly tilts at an angle of 23.5 degrees as it orbits the sun. The Autumn Equinox is the first day of the autumn season. It is the time when the North Pole begins to tilt away from the sun. Similarly, the Spring Equinox is the first day of the spring season when the North Pole begins to lean toward the sun again; it occurs when the sun passes the equator moving from the southern to the northern hemisphere. When the earth continues tilting away from the sun, brings shorter, colder days as it moves into winter. In its opposite movement leaning towards the Sun, brings longer, hotter days, most extreme in high summer.

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How To Naturally Treat A Dry Scalp

How To Naturally Treat A Dry Scalp

Hair growing tips for black men. How To Naturally Treat A Dry Scalp

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Donald Trump Halloween costume

Donald Trump Halloween costume

Here is Donald Trump as Halloween costume

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Hillary Clinton as Halloween costume

Hillary Clinton as Halloween costume

Here is a picture of Hillary Clinton as as a Halloween costume.

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Cap-Haitien previously known as Cap‑Francais or Cap‑Henri

Cap-Haitien previously known as Cap‑Francais or Cap‑Henri

Here is a picture of Cap-Haïtien in the 1700. Cap-Haïtien was previously known as Cap'Français or Cap'Henri. In its earlier times, this present commune of about 190,000 people on the north coast of Haiti and the capital of the Department of Nord was also known as the 'Paris of the Caribbean" for its wealth of French colonial architecture, which has been well preserved. The city is situated on the coast of the Cap-Haïtien Bay, on the Atlantic Ocean, about 260 km north of the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince. The city was founded in 1670 on a Taino village called 'Gaurico'. Soon after the French took over the western half of the island from Spain, in 1711, the French made this city their colonial capital of Haiti (then Saint-Dominique) until 1770 when the capital was moved to Port-au-Prince.

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The Moon is Earth's only permanent natural satellite

The Moon is Earth's only permanent natural satellite

Here is a picture of a full Moon. A natural satellite is an object that orbits a planet or other body larger than itself and which is not man-made. There are thousands of man-made artificial satellites orbiting the Earth. We have one natural satellite called the 'Moon'. Our Moon takes 27.3 days to orbit the Earth once, moving at an orbital speed of 1 km/s. The Moon is in synchronous rotation with the Earth, always shows the same face. Since the 19th century, scientists have made genuine searches for more moons and found a number of near-Earth objects (NEOs) with orbits that are in resonance with Earth. However, they were inaccurately called "second", "third" or "other" moons of Earth. In 2016, an asteroid (HO3) was discovered on 27 April 2016; it is possibly the most stable quasi-satellite of Earth. Besides that, our natural satellite Moon has much smaller cousins, dubbed as "mini-moons." Many of them are thought to be only a few feet across and usually circle our planet for less than a year before resuming their previous lives as asteroids orbiting the Sun.

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Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela in Front of Neg Mawon

Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela in Front of Neg Mawon

Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela, paid his first official visit to Haiti in order to discuss the renewal of special funding to help Haiti revive itself from the devastations caused by 2010 earthquakes. The special funds use oil money for the development of infrastructural project in Haiti. Maduro met the Haitian President, Michel Martelly privately on the grounds where the National Palace used to stand before the earthquake of 2010. This Maduro's first visit to Haiti after the former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez visited Haiti in 2007. Maduro said that Chavez had a desire to return to Haiti and so, Maduro is here to represent Chavez.

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New Car-Buying Mistakes

New Car-Buying Mistakes

Do you want to get the best price on your vehicle purchase. here are some tips that will help you.

In February and August sales usually remain slow because buyers wait for the new number plates coming in March and September. If you want to take advantage of this quiet period, your old number plate will make your car look older than really it is, but you can have an impressive deal on the outgoing number plates. In June and December quarter ends, the dealers usually remain keen to hit their quarterly sales targets and more likely to offer you a good deal. Convertibles are more desirable in the summer, but they are good bargains in winter. The demands for 4 wheel drive remains in peak during poorer weather seasons.

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Institute Monfort school for the deaf and blind in Haiti

Institute Monfort school for the deaf and blind in Haiti

Here is a picture of Institute Monfort school for the deaf and blind in Haiti.

Institut Montfort School for the deaf and deaf-blind children in Haiti was founded in 1957 by the Daughters of Wisdom. It is the first school in Haiti specializing in educating children who are deaf and deaf-blind. The institute is comprised of three schools located in three areas: Santo, Croix des Bouquets (the largest), St. Marc and the third in Lavaud. The school started with a class of seven children now boasts more than 650 students. Many of them reside in the school dormitories because they live too far to travel every day, or they come from families with minimal or no resources. The campus in Port-au-Prince was completely destroyed by the 2010 earthquake, but was rebuilt to a larger and more modern form in Santo, Croix Des Bouquets by World Community. In addition to providing basic education, the institute gives lessons in sports and fine arts, runs a gift shop which sells items made by the children at reasonable prices. The institute operates under the support of a non-profit organization, Friends of Montfort, Inc. whose mission is to provide: encouragement and financial support to deaf and deaf-blind children; scholarships for college-bound deaf high school seniors and facilitate open-heart surgery for needy Haitian children.

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