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Submission + - Food in casino night party theme (slashdot.org)

GioBulia writes: If you think casino, you usually think of drinks and many of them, but do not forget to strengthen the stomachs of people with good food!

If your casino night party is mainly due to high forehead, a bust of the roaster or Swedish meatballs and serve hot crab and artichoke dip is based. Or inflame the appetites of your guests with spicy foods like wings, chips with salsa and spicy charred tomato tangy corn.

Enter a quantity napkins to stay clean so that your hands, maps and tables. You do not want to undermine the legitimacy of their work!

Submission + - Skin Problems in Dogs (blogspot.com)

GioBulia writes: "The sound of a dog constantly scratching or licking can be as irritating as nails on a chalkboard. But don’t blame your pooch for these bad habits — a skin condition is probably the culprit. Possible causes range from parasites to allergies to underlying illness. WebMD has compiled images of some of the most common canine skin problems."

Submission + - Skin diseases of dogs (blogspot.com)

GioBulia writes: "In recent years, skin diseases in dogs and cats occupy a leading place among the diseases that occur in these species. Increasingly being felt in the changing nature of nursing, environmental deterioration of the environment, sedentary lifestyle of most small animals are not always competent breeding. These factors contribute to the emergence and consolidation in the gene pool of various pathological conditions, many of which are accompanied by skin manifestations. Briefly talk about the properties and functions of the skin:"

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