hmmmm

2021.12.08 10:25 Managerofcloud hmmmm

hmmmm submitted by Managerofcloud to hmm [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Gallahad2206 ayo new smolfinder just dropped

ayo new smolfinder just dropped submitted by Gallahad2206 to apexlegends [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Fine-Practice-7253 B4B I have 4 if anyone wants to B4B. $LizGold76

submitted by Fine-Practice-7253 to chimeboost [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Aggravating-Volume40 EX SPORTS

The first ever Official Maradona Memorabilia NFTs have dropped on the EX Sports Marketplace. The 'Gold Edition' NFTs are ultra rare and limited in quantity. Visit: https://marketplace.ex-sports.io/

Buyers of the Gold Edition NFTs will automatically be entered into a competition to win the corresponding 1of1 'Platinum Edition' NFT, entitling users to the actual physical item as well.

For most, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of footballing history.

The collection includes:

➡️An Animated Portrait by Paul Gerben
*Limited to 1 NFT
*Drops on the 4th December, 3pm CET

➡️Pepsi Boca hat, worn by Maradona and signed by the entire Boca Juniors Team
*Limited to 70 NFTs,
*Drops on the 5th December, 3pm CET

➡️Match worn Puma El Capitan Armband by Maradona
*Limited to 165 NFTs
*Drops on the 7th December, 3pm CET

➡️'90 Match ball used in the game between Maradona's Napoli against Spartak Moscow
*Limited to 353 NFTs
*Drops on the 9th December, 3pm CET

➡️'90 Match worn Napoli jersey by Maradona in their legendary match against Atlanta
*Limited to 695 NFTs
*Drops on the 11th December, 3pm CET

➡️Hans-Ulrich Pauly painted a masterpiece of Maradona, portraying the late legends footballing brain, that is framed in 24K Gold and Rock Crystals
*Limited to 1960 NFTs
*Drops on the 13th December, 3pm CET

Visit https://marketplace.ex-sports.io/

#EXSports #maradonanft #maradona
submitted by Aggravating-Volume40 to cryptostreetbets [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 josephineismyhero [Gifted] to u/soxgal, a sweet soul

114-5504904-6426653
submitted by josephineismyhero to Random_Acts_Of_Amazon [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 cal8000 Work of the day: ὦ

08/12/21
(Today's word of the day is technically an indeclinable exclamation, which proceeds (but isn't a compulsory prerequisite) to introduce the vocative case. It's etymology is unknown, but due to that circumflex making an already long-vowel more apparent, and with its manifestation in writings being at points of interjection, to seize attention, that its birth lies somewhere in that: it is the semantic equivalent of clinking one’s glass before a speech. Imagine right this moment how loud and long, with what depth and length, that you could holler . You are most definitely grab attention yelling that toward your intended addressee. Eventually it became more formal, and was granted the status of being an independent word instead of a barbaric shout. That is what I believe is the etymology of . Let us look at a couple of examples with and without the exclamation forewording a vocative, and an example where it is purely an exclamation.
μῆνιν ἄειδε θεὰ Πηληϊάδεω Ἀχιλῆος Sing, goddess, of the rage of Achilleus, some of Peleus (1.1)
ὅτι μὲν ὑμεῖς, ὦ ἄνδρες Ἀθηναῖοι, πεπόνθατε ὑπὸ τῶν ἐμῶν κατηγόρων, οὐκ οἶδα In what way you, **O men of Athens, ** have been affected by my accusers, I do no know. (17a)
Ἑταῖρος: τί λέγεις; Πρωταγόρας ἐπιδεδήμηκεν; Friend: Ah, what did you say! Protagoras has come to town?
In the first example, Homer does not use the exclamation, despite that if there was one single group of people that you would need to shout to gain their attention, then it would be the gods! The second, in Plato’s Apology, we see a more refined version of - Socrates is almost polite, here. And in the final, Plato’s Protagoras, we see no vocative but an over-the-top fanboy shrieking in excitement. In the line after Socrates tells the Ἑταῖρος that they can get ice-cream when they have seen Protagoras (if he behaves). Anyhow, has certainly stood the test of time and can be found as late and later than Shakespeare (sonnet 148)
O ME! what eyes hath love put in my head, Which have no correspondence with true sight: Or if they have, where is my judgment fled That censures falsely what they see aright? If that be fair whereon my false eyes dote What means the world to say it is not so? If it be not, then love doth well denote Love’s eye is not so true as all men’s: No, How can it? O how can love’s eye be That is so vex’d with watching and with tears? No marvel then though I mistake my view: The sun itself sees not till heaven clears. O cunning Love! with tears thou keep’st me blind Lest eyes well-seeing thy foul faults should find!
I quoted in full because rarely do we find a Shakespearean sonnet on the sub, because of how many instances of the exclamation occur, and because it is a beautiful poem. The instances at the beginning and end are vocative exclamations; the O on line 9 is just an exclamation of anger at love. These are examples of the process of Latinization of , how it ended becoming O. Please comment your favourite examples of *today’s word of the day.’)
submitted by cal8000 to AncientGreek [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 agileideation Employees who had their cameras on during virtual meetings experienced greater fatigue and, in turn, reduced performance during meetings. This was especially true for women and newer employees, suggesting that a heightened need for self-presentation may be the cause of this fatigue.

Employees who had their cameras on during virtual meetings experienced greater fatigue and, in turn, reduced performance during meetings. This was especially true for women and newer employees, suggesting that a heightened need for self-presentation may be the cause of this fatigue. submitted by agileideation to agileideation [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 PC-WELT Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro zum Deal-Preis bei Saturn

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro zum Deal-Preis bei Saturn submitted by PC-WELT to pcwelt [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Notbob1234 What is your terrible customer story?

submitted by Notbob1234 to AskReddit [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 CardNo2290 How much money do you have?

submitted by CardNo2290 to AskReddit [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Thephatstaks Coming soon

Coming soon submitted by Thephatstaks to TPSentertainment [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 MOLLA-Art Go to see my new collection on OpenSea!

Go to see my new collection on OpenSea! submitted by MOLLA-Art to NFT [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 nouseridavailable Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021-22 Round 1 Post Match Thread (8th December, 2021)

GROUP A - ROUND 1 *Match 1: Andhra vs Odisha at Sharad Pawar Cricket Academy, BKC, Mumbai *
Andhra won the toss and chose to field

Odisha 278/5 24 Fours, 2 Sixes RR - 5.56
Subhransu Senapati 116 (120) M Harishankar Reddy 2/63 (10)
Sandeep Pattanaik 57 (86) Manish Golamaru 1/38 (10)
Govinda Poddar 46 (55) CV Stephen 1/43 (10)
Andhra 215/10 22 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 4.62
Ricky Bhui 74 (102) Jayanta Behera 4/24 (10)
Manish Golamaru 48 (41) Debabrata Pradhan 2/56 (8)
M Harishankar Reddy 20 (12) Govinda Poddar 1/13 (4)
Odisha won by 63 runs
Stats:
*Match 2: Gujarat vs Jammu and Kashmir at Cricket Club of India, Mumbai *
Gujarat won the toss and chose to field
Jammu & Kashmir 171/10 16 Fours, 5 Sixes RR - 4.05
Parvez Rasool 76 (77) Chintan Gaja 4/30 (9)
Auqib Nabi 27 (44) Hemang Patel 3/29 (8)
Vivrant Sharma 21 (43) Roosh Kalaria 1/22 (8)
Gujarat 172/5 16 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 4.67
Bhargav Merai 57* (83) Umar Nazir Mir 2/33 (8)
Ripal Patel 33 (27) Auqib Nabi 1/21 (7)
Het Patel 21 (40) Mujtaba Yousuf 1/38 (8)
Gujarat won by 5 wickets (79 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 3: Vidarbha vs Himachal at Dadoji Konddev Stadium, Thane *
Vidarbha won the toss and chose to field
Himachal 213/10 19 Fours, 2 Sixes RR - 4.63
Rishi Dhawan 61 (50) Yash Thakur 5/53 (9)
Prashant Chopra 46 (64) Darshan Nalkande 2/37 (8)
Akash Vashisht 21 (36) Akshay Wakhare 2/51 (9)
Vidarbha 216/3 18 Fours, 5 Sixes RR - 5.42
Yash Rathod 76* (78) Gurvinder Singh 2/39 (9)
Atharva Taide 64 (59) Mayank Dagar 1/48 (9)
Akshay Wadkar 44* (59)
Vidarbha won by 7 wickets (61 balls to spare)
Stats:
GROUP B - ROUND 1 *Match 4: Tamil Nadu vs Mumbai at St. Xavier's KCA Cricket Stadium, Trivandrum *
Mumbai won the toss and chose to field
Tamil Nadu 290/8 32 Fours, 6 Sixes RR - 5.80
Shahrukh Khan 66 (35) Dhawal Kulkarni 3/45 (10)
Baba Indrajith 45 (64) Tushar Deshpande 2/57 (9)
Washington Sundar 34 (58) Mohit Avasthi 2/69 (10)
Mumbai 236/10 18 Fours, 7 Sixes RR - 5.06
Shams Mulani 75 (100) M Siddharth 3/43 (10)
Sairaj Patil 42 (35) Washington Sundar 3/60 (9.4)
Hardik Tamore 28 (46) R Sai Kishore 2/35 (9)
Tamil Nadu won by 54 runs
Stats:
*Match 5: Baroda vs Bengal at Greenfield Stadium, Trivandrum *
Baroda won the toss and chose to field
Bengal 230/10 18 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 4.63
Kaif Ahmed 67 (93) Atit Sheth 4/62 (10)
Abhisek Das 62 (90) Lukman Meriwala 3/33 (9.4)
Ritwik Roy Chowdhury 48 (36) Krunal Pandya 2/34 (10)
Baroda 203/10 12 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 4.20
Krunal Pandya 39 (56) Akash Deep 3/39 (9.2)
Pratyush Kumar 38 (70) Writtick Bijoy Chatterjee 2/32 (10)
Kedar Devdhar 35 (63) Mukesh Kumar 2/41 (10)
Bengal won by 27 runs
Stats:
*Match 6: Karnataka vs Puducherry at KCA Cricket Stadium, Mangalpuram, Trivandrum *
Puducherry won the toss and chose to field
Karnataka 289/6 25 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 5.78
Ravikumar Samarth 95 (107) Subodh Bhati 2/62 (10)
Manish Pandey 64* (48) Sagar Trivedi 2/72 (10)
KV Siddharth 61 (93) Fabid Ahmed 1/51 (10)
Puducherry 53/10 8 Fours RR - 3.03
Pavan Deshpande 16 (25) J Suchith 4/3 (3)
Paras Dogra 12 (16) Vasuki Koushik 3/19 (6)
Rohit Damodaren 11 (15) KC Cariappa 1/6 (1.3)
Karnataka won by 236 runs
Stats:
GROUP C - ROUND 1 *Match 7: Jharkhand vs Delhi at IS Bindra Cricket Stadium, PCA, Mohali *
Delhi won the toss and chose to field
Jharkhand 263/8 21 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 5.26
Virat Singh 79 (104) Pradeep Sangwan 3/46 (10)
Kaushal Singh 69 (86) Kulwant Khejroliya 2/72 (9)
Anukul Roy 47 (30) Simarjeet Singh 1/32 (8)
Delhi 264/4 25 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 5.62
Himmat Singh 113* (124) Varun Aaron 1/41 (7)
Dhruv Shorey 64 (82) Anukul Roy 1/49 (10)
Kshitiz Sharma 43 (39) Shahbaz Nadeem 1)51 (10)
Delhi won by 6 wickets (18 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 8: Haryana vs Hyderabad at Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium, Mullanpur, Mohali *
Hyderabad won the toss and chose to field
Haryana 162/10 18 Fours RR - 4.12
Yashu Sharma 68 (70) Tilak Varma 4/23 (9.2)
Chaitanya Bishnoi 18 (26) T Ravi Teja 3/23 (8)
Amit Rana 15 (34) Tanay Thyagarajan 1/28 (8)
Hyderabad 167/5 8 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 4.07
Tanmay Agarwal 77* (127) Yuzvendra Chahal 3/42 (10)
Kolla Sumanth 20 (44) Mohit Sharma 1/21 (8)
Tanay Thyagarajan 18 (19) Harshal Patel 1/37 (10)
Hyderabad won by 5 wickets (54 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 9: Uttar Pradesh vs Saurashtra at Sector-16 Cricket Stadium, Chandigarh *
Uttar Pradesh won the toss and chose to field
Saurashtra 223/10 20 Fours, 6 Sixes RR - 4.69
Harvik Desai 52 (89 Shivam Mavi 4/26 (8.3)
Jaydev Unadkat 33 (36) Yash Dayal 3/48 (10)
Samarth Vyas 33 (50) Mohsin Khan 2/38 (10)
Uttar Pradesh 191/10 19 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 3.97
Rinku Singh 65 (71) Chirag Jani 5/35 (9.1)
Almas Shaukat 51 (92) Yuvraj Chudasama 1/15 (3)
Akshdeep Nath 38 (45) Dharmendrasinh Jadeja 1/30 (10)
Saurashtra won by 32 runs
Stats:
GROUP D - ROUND 1 *Match 10: Madhya Pradesh vs Maharashtra at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot *
Madhya Pradesh won the toss and chose to bat
Madhya Pradesh 328/6 31 Fours, 5 Sixes RR - 6.56
Shubham Sharma 108 (102) Mukesh Choudhary 2/54 (10)
Aditya Shrivastva 104 (82) Ashay Palkar 2/86 (10)
Abhishek Bhandari 70 (80) Manoj Ingale 1/77 (10)
Maharashtra 330/5 34 Fours, 7 Sixes RR - 6.64
Ruturaj Gaikwad 136 (112) Aman Bhadoriya 2/54 (7)
Rahul Tripathi 56 (50) Parth Sahani 1/37 (5)
Yash Nahar 49 (55) Venkatesh Iyer 1/59 (10)
Maharashtra won by 5 wickets (2 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 11: Chhattisgarh vs Uttarakhand at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium Ground C, Rajkot *
Chhattisgarh won the toss and chose to bat
Chhattisgarh 256/6 21 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 5.12
Amandeep Khare 106* (116) Agrim Tiwari 3/64 (9)
Harpreet Singh 104 (126) Ankit Manor 2/42 (10)
Shashank Chandrakar 21 (20) Dikshanshu Negi 1/44 (9)
Uttarakhand 235/5 17 Fours, 2 Sixes RR - 4.70
Robin Bist 130* (127) Veer Partap Singh 1/25 (8)
Swapnil Singh 57 (72) Shashank Singh 1/28 (7)
Kunal Chandela 23 (60) Sumit Ruikar 1/35 (10)
Chhattisgarh won by 25 runs
Stats:
*Match 12: Kerala vs Chandigarh at Madhav Rao Scindia Cricket Ground, Rajkot *
Kerala won the toss and chose to field
Chandigarh 184/8 11 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 3.68
Manan Vohra 56 (69) Sijomon Joseph 3/44 (10)
Sandeep Sharma 26* (40) Basil Thampi 2/31 (8)
Arpit Pannu 25* (44) Vishnu Vinod 1/11 (2)
Kerala 185/4 18 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 5.44
Sachin Baby 59* (78) Yuvraj Choudhary 1/31 (6)
Rohan S Kunnummal 46 (59) Jaskarandeep Singh 1/36 (6)
Vishnu Vinod 32 (28) Arpit Pannu
Kerala won by 6 wickets (96 balls to spare)
Stats:
GROUP E - ROUND 1 *Match 13: Punjab vs Rajasthan at JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi *
Punjab won the toss and chose to bat
Punjab 219/10 22 Fours, 1 Six RR - 4.41
Gurkeerat Mann 67 (85) Khaleel Ahmed 4/36 (10)
Harpreet Brar 29 (33) Aniket Choudhary 2/38 (9.4)
Prabhsimran Singh 27 (31) Kamlesh Nagarkoti 2/50 (10)
Rajasthan 223/4 19 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 4.55
Abhijeet Tomar 104* (118) Mayank Markande 2/44 (10)
Salman Khan 36 (48) Arshdeep Singh 1/28 (10)
Manender Singh 31 (68) Harpreet Brar 1/28 (10)
Rajasthan won by 6 wickets (6 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 14: Goa vs Assam at JSCA Oval Ground, Ranchi *
Assam won the toss and chose to bat
Assam 215/9 17 Fours, 6 Sixes RR - 4.30
Sarupam Purkayastha 45 (83) Amulya Pandrekar 3/37 (10)
Riyan Parag 40 (47) Lakshay Garg 3/37 (7)
Saahil Jain 34 (39) Shubham Ranjane 1/17 (5)
Goa 219/5 19 Fours, 2 Sixes RR - 4.52
Eknath Kerkar 61* (102) Roshan Alam 2/43 (10)
Snehal Kauthankar 49 (55) Sarupam Purkayastha 1/28 (5.3)
Darshan Misal 37 (28) Rahul Singh 1/33 (10)
Goa won by 5 wickets (9 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 15: Railways vs Services at MECON Stadium, Ranchi *
Railways won the toss and chose to field
Services 254/8 29 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 5.08
Devender Lohchab 50 (39) Amit Mishra 2/42 (10)
Rajat Paliwal 50 (55) Karn Sharma 2/43 (10)
Shivam Tiwari 41 (69) Drushant Soni 2/56 (10)
Railways 249/9 21 Fours, 6 Sixes RR - 4.98
Shivam Chaudhary 49 (61) Pulkit Narang 4/42 (10)
Abhishek Pandey 44 (33) Varun Choudhary 2/49 (10)
Mrunal Devdhar 30 (56) Rahul Singh 1/30 (8)
Services won by 5 runs
Stats:
PLATE GROUP - ROUND 1 *Match 16: Bihar vs Mizoram at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur *
Mizoram won the toss and chose to field
Bihar 222/8 17 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 4.40
Sakibul Gani 114 (139) Remuratdika Ralte 5/60 (10)
Shasheem Rathour 43 (68) Iqbal Abdulla 1/33 (10)
Ashutosh Aman 19 (21) Taruwar Kohli 1/39 (8)
Mizoram 223/3 24 Fours RR - 4.68
Uday Kaul 121* (137) Malay Raj 1/40 (7.4)
Joseph Lalthankhuma 43* (55) Shasheem Rathour 1/47 (10)
Lalhruaizela 29 (56)
Mizoram won by 7 wickets (14 balls to spare)
Stats:
*Match 17: Tripura vs Arunachal Pradesh at KL Saini Stadium, Jaipur *
Arunachal Pradesh won the toss and chose to field
Tripura 336/4 27 Fours, 10 Sixes RR - 6.72
Samit Gohel 135 (128) Nazeeb Saiyed 2/86 (10)
KB Pawan 64 (78) Manav Patel 1/34 (10)
Rajat Dey 44* (29) Akhilesh Sahani 1/76 (9)
Arunachal Pradesh 126/10 11 Fours, 3 Sixes RR - 3.20
Nazeeb Saiyed 75* (103) Rahil Shah 4/16 (10)
Techi Doria 15 (20) Ajoy Sarkar 3/15 (9)
Manav Patel 8 (38) Manisankar Murasingh 2/30 (8.2)
Tripura won by 210 runs
Stats:
*Match 18: Meghalaya vs Sikkim at Jaipuria Vidhyalaya Ground, Jaipur *
Sikkim won the toss and chose to field
Meghalaya 265/5 14 Fours, 4 Sixes RR - 5.30
Chirag Khurana 100 (120) Sumit Singh 3/50 (10)
Larry Sangma 69 (63) Palzor Tamang 2/37 (9)
Dwarka Ravi Teja 25* (19)
Sikkim 101/10 7 Fours RR - 2.59
Liyan Khan 26 (37) Dippu Sangma 3/13 (7)
Palzor Tamang 25 (57) Akash Kumar 3/18 (7)
Lee Yong Lepcha 13 (40) Dwarka Ravi Teja 2/3 (3)
Meghalaya won by 164 runs
Stats:
*Match 19: Nagaland vs Manipur at Soul Feel Cricket Stadium, Jaipur *
Manipur won the toss and chose to bat
Manipur 80/10 8 Fours RR - 2.46
Jayanta Sagatpam 15 (29) Abu Nechim Ahmed 3/10 (6)
Homendro Kabrambam 13* (37) Imliwati Lemtur 3/16 (10)
Kishan Thokchom 12 (36) Rongsen Jonathan 2/4 (0.3)
Nagaland 83/2 8 Fours RR - 2.91
Shrikant Mundhe 51* (96) Bishworjit Konthoujam 1/23 (9)
Rongsen Jonathan 14* (21)
Sedezhalie Rupero 11 (47)
Nagaland won by 8 wickets (129 balls to spare)
Stats:
submitted by nouseridavailable to Cricket [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Politics] - Supreme Court oral arguments: What to expect in Maine school voucher case Carson v. Makin | FOX

[Politics] - Supreme Court oral arguments: What to expect in Maine school voucher case Carson v. Makin | FOX submitted by AutoNewspaperAdmin to AutoNewspaper [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Fauxce Did Mercedes confirm at all that they used the spicy engine in Hammys car during the Saudi GP?

I don't think they ever confirmed it did they? Or am I just being a conspiracy idiot?
submitted by Fauxce to formula1 [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Switchroo Can someone ID please? What's the right top ant carrying. Is it an egg?

Can someone ID please? What's the right top ant carrying. Is it an egg? submitted by Switchroo to ant [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 UberMisty82 Paymi - Referral Code 9BDEPF. Get cash back for everyday shopping.

Get Points for everyday shopping. Once your credit cards are linked, Paymi will reward you for the shopping that you already do. They are also backed by CIBC. The best reward I have seen was 15% at lowes. The rewards are always changing. The nice thing is you don't need to use to use the app other then the initial linking of cards.
 
Sign up and enter code: 9bdepf
 
https://app.paymi.com/referral/9BDEPF
submitted by UberMisty82 to referralcodes [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Particular-Lecture86 Good Morning my brother was here last week, now it’s my turn, how are you doing today?

Good Morning my brother was here last week, now it’s my turn, how are you doing today? submitted by Particular-Lecture86 to rarepuppers [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 PC-WELT Gaming-Deals zu Top-Preisen bei Media Markt

Gaming-Deals zu Top-Preisen bei Media Markt submitted by PC-WELT to pcwelt [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 bandedtfup215 Yall keep thinking philly the only dangerous place in the world (this in response to the boul who told us to leave philly asap)

Yall keep thinking philly the only dangerous place in the world (this in response to the boul who told us to leave philly asap) submitted by bandedtfup215 to PhillyWiki [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Ok-Panic8327 Experiencing the dip is never a happy event. But here's a content that offers a different perspective and how you can still find an unseen benefit during the red candle.

Experiencing the dip is never a happy event. But here's a content that offers a different perspective and how you can still find an unseen benefit during the red candle. submitted by Ok-Panic8327 to CryptocurrencyICO [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Nevrian Druddigon 3978 3709 5783

3978 3709 5783
submitted by Nevrian to PokemonGoRaids [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 Closimir Interactive Album Video - 12 beautiful, orchestral, and uplifting tracks which invoke the feeling of inner happiness

Interactive Album Video - 12 beautiful, orchestral, and uplifting tracks which invoke the feeling of inner happiness submitted by Closimir to TrailerMusic [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 AutoNewspaperAdmin [National] - Afghans wait at US bases while worrying about family left behind | FOX

[National] - Afghans wait at US bases while worrying about family left behind | FOX submitted by AutoNewspaperAdmin to AutoNewspaper [link] [comments]


2021.12.08 10:25 UdemyCouponsMe Microsoft PowerPoint Course - Zero To Hero In MS PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint Course - Zero To Hero In MS PowerPoint submitted by UdemyCouponsMe to udemyfreebies [link] [comments]


http://esi-fund.ru