What is your favourite yoga pose? At Symphony Yoga, you will feel like you’re practising under the sun thanks to our infrared technology. We’re the only yoga studio in Kingston with infrared heating panels! Your skin will rejuvenate itself and your joint and muscle pain will ease as you are warmed from the inside out.
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Sometimes you get inspired while you're taking a shit, must be a good idea to have a sharpie on you at all times. #toilet#poetry#belleville
Welcome back to the real world after a long weekend! Check out this great bungalow with potential income suite! Situated on a great 1 acre lot.
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📌 Plainfield, ON
⌨️ MLS®️#: 189023
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For the most flamboyant sign, I wanted Erin to look glittery, lively and glowy. A bright and bold pink lip wouldn’t have been out of the question for a wild Leo, but I wanted to keep the look somewhat realistic for bridal. I have a feeling this look is something I’ll be recreating a lot for my bridal parties this summer!
Placental abruption occurs when part of the placenta separates from the uterus before delivery. Bleeding can be detected through the vagina, or may be concealed in the uterus but both are often associated with pain in your abdomen. While most abruptions are small and don’t impact on mom or baby, if placental abruption is suspected medical assistance is required immediately as the condition can threaten the life of both mother and baby.
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Naissance de la robotique artistique. "Un beau jour un petit robot.
C'est ainsi que l'histoire commence.
"Un beau jour, le petit ordinateur appris qu'il existait des foules de grands ordinateurs de toutes espèces, des multitudes. Et le petit ordinateur compris que les ordinateurs grandiraient toujours en sagesse et en puissance et qu'un jour... un jour... un jour..." Isaac Asimov, Nous les Robots, 1982.
Birth of artistic robotics.
AJe "One day a little robot.
This is how the story begins.
"One day, the little computer learned that there were crowds of big computers of all kinds, multitudes, and the little computer understood that computers would always grow in wisdom and power and that one day ... one day ... One day..." Isaac Asimov, 1982.
Artiste anonyme (ou plus exactement c’est moi qui ne connaît pas ! ), rue Dénoyez, Paris.