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Brexit Shorts: Burn by James Graham, starring Joanna Scanlan

Go on, you bugger, take the bait. Take it. Take it. Yes! Yes, we’ve got a live one here. Now, I first started following @GreenGenie yesterday. Now, she’s a proper fundamentalist ‘remoaner’, without the fun part of course, zero sense of humour. I can smell them a mile off these days. That’s largely because that […]

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How to Cook Rotisserie Chicken : How to Cook a Rotisserie Chicken

Hi, I’m Scott for Expert Village and today I’m going to teach you how to make a rotisserie chicken. So before we even throw the chicken into the rotisserie, we have to tie it up. If you don’t have bakery string on you, they also sell at stores these little surgical pins. They have little […]

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Chicken Fajitas | Simple delicious family dinner!

Today we’re making chicken fajitas a simple tasty and fun weeknight dinner. Welcome to our kitchen where I show you how to make delicious family friendly recipes. Chicken fajitas are always on recipe rotation at our house they can be done on the table in 20 minutes and I know they’re gonna be devoured by […]

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How to cook Salmon in a pan with butter – Keto Friendly

Hey everybody! Welcome back to my channel. Today we’re gonna cook a salmon filet in a pan with butter for a little extra flavor. So check this out. Look at this nearly perfect salmon fillet. So I got this at Kroger and this does have scales on it. You can kind of see because they […]

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EGG MUFFINS (3 WAYS) | healthy breakfast meal prep recipe

– I hope you guys are ready to kick off the new year with healthy food because I’ve got a ton of delicious new recipes for you. I definitely indulged in a wee bit too much chocolate over the holidays, which is fine, it’s the holidays. But, I’m excited to feel lighter, and more energized […]

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Too Much Money – Hyperinflation in Bolivia

REED: You see this stack of one million Bolivian pesos? In 1978, it was worth 40,000 U.S. dollars. But by the time I got to Bolivia, in 1985, prices were soaring at an annual rate of some 50,000% and they went on up from there! So for one dollar, on the day I arrived, I […]

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Alex Bare on his SIT study abroad experience in Bolivia

My first study abroad experience at the University of Iowa was in the fall semester of 2016 through SIT’s Cochabamba Bolivia program which is titled Multiculturalism, Globalization, and Social Change. So, the program itself was based in the city of Cochabamba and before I studied abroad I had never spent an extended period outside of […]

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Snead State CARES | Wesley Burns

I chose Snead State because it’s close to home and it’s right here in my backyard in Boaz, and I also had an opportunity to play baseball which is a sport I’ve loved playing since I was a little kid. Being here at Snead, the teachers have helped me make choices that are going to […]

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