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Skewers in the shape of a Christmas tree

An easy and economical recipe idea for parties, fir-shaped skewers. To devour eyes, then to enjoy as an aperitif. Ingredients for 12 skewers: Cheese spread Chives Espelette pepper An orange pepper To make your fir cheese skewers, it's easy!
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Speaking: Ear and Ear Thermometer, Nuk

In the ear or on the forehead, he announces the color or almost: a voice in French gives the temperature of your child. We like: the built-in Led lamp that does not wake your baby. We regret: it is slightly bulky. Its price: 47,95 €. In the ear or on the forehead, he announces the color or almost: a voice in French gives the temperature of your child.
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Name Emrick - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The name Emrick comes from the Germanic words "heim" and "rick" which mean "house" and "mighty king". Celebrities: Emeric Hadju is a French animated film producer, Emeric Crucé is a French political writer, ... Emeric of Hungary is the son of Saint Stephen and Saint Gisele.
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Jewelry kit

Everything you need to learn about making Tibetan bracelets is in this creative kit. Shamballa star, Sentosphère, 9 years old and more: 15,90 €. Everything you need to learn about making Tibetan bracelets is in this creative kit. Shamballa star, Sentosphère, 9 years old and more: 15,90 €.
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My child has a flowing eye

Your toddler's eye is crying, sometimes both. He rubs one eye and then the other, it bothers him to look. Lacrimal duct blocked, small foreign body, infection ... On a case by case solution with Sylvie Berthemy-Pellet, ophthalmologist. This small malformation - also called stenosis or imperforate canal - is usually detected shortly after birth.
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Name Aliaume - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name: Old, French, Germanic, Originals, Rare Meaning of first name: Aliaume comes from the two German terms adal and helm, meaning "noble" and "helmet". The name Aliaume was a common Germanic baptismal name in the Carolingian and Merovingian period. Celebrities: There is no Aliaume known so far, your son may be so?
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