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  1. Hello! Your Age is a bit difficult to go through I understand, there are few more answers from you that I need to know . 1) what are you studying? 2) since how many months you are feeling depressed. 3) what are the things you are doing when feel depressed? 4) how is your appetite, have you lost anyRead more

    Hello! Your Age is a bit difficult to go through I understand, there are few more answers from you that I need to know .
    1) what are you studying?
    2) since how many months you are feeling depressed.
    3) what are the things you are doing when feel depressed?
    4) how is your appetite, have you lost any weight ?
    answer the questions we will find a solution for your problem.

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  2. The theoretical answer is yes, but such an apparatus would be enormous, heavy, and use a huge amount of power.

    The theoretical answer is yes, but such an apparatus would be enormous, heavy, and use a huge amount of power.

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  3. The theoretical answer is yes, but such an apparatus would be enormous, heavy, and use a huge amount of power.

    The theoretical answer is yes, but such an apparatus would be enormous, heavy, and use a huge amount of power.

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  4. Many many years ago I interviewed for a job in a non profit in Washington, D.C. My prospective boss asked me to go out to lunch and my choices were the expensive restaurant next door or a cafeteria at NEA. I chose the former. Yes I got the job, but I later found out I almost didn’t because I had stuRead more

    Many many years ago I interviewed for a job in a non profit in Washington, D.C. My prospective boss asked me to go out to lunch and my choices were the expensive restaurant next door or a cafeteria at NEA. I chose the former.

    Yes I got the job, but I later found out I almost didn’t because I had stupidly forgotten this was a NONPROFIT with a limited budget and I should have been more sensitive to this.

    Why did I get the job? I was red haired, boss’s daughters had red hair, and this was a mitigating factor. When I walked into the office on the first day of work, his secretary AND administrative assistant were red haired.

    Moral to story: Order somewhere in the middle. Avoid all traps.

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  5. Many many years ago I interviewed for a job in a non profit in Washington, D.C. My prospective boss asked me to go out to lunch and my choices were the expensive restaurant next door or a cafeteria at NEA. I chose the former. Yes I got the job, but I later found out I almost didn’t because I had stuRead more

    Many many years ago I interviewed for a job in a non profit in Washington, D.C. My prospective boss asked me to go out to lunch and my choices were the expensive restaurant next door or a cafeteria at NEA. I chose the former.

    Yes I got the job, but I later found out I almost didn’t because I had stupidly forgotten this was a NONPROFIT with a limited budget and I should have been more sensitive to this.

    Why did I get the job? I was red haired, boss’s daughters had red hair, and this was a mitigating factor. When I walked into the office on the first day of work, his secretary AND administrative assistant were red haired.

    Moral to story: Order somewhere in the middle. Avoid all traps.

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  6. Wish I could say Scuppernong grapes, my favorite food in all the world, but we share those with a bordering state which also shares part of our name. We did discover this unique variant of the muscadine…all the grapes come from the mother stem. More argument for Livermush, a delectable variant of scRead more

    Wish I could say Scuppernong grapes, my favorite food in all the world, but we share those with a bordering state which also shares part of our name. We did discover this unique variant of the muscadine…all the grapes come from the mother stem.

    More argument for Livermush, a delectable variant of scrapple. Come to one of the Livermush festivals to sample it. BUT oh dear a very nice company in the adjoining state Elvis called home makes it too.

    That leaves our one clear claim to fame, an addictive red beverage called Cheerwine. Not wine, just a plain cherry soda.

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