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ArquiEco: Piscinas/estanques naturales naturales (NSP)

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"...the Toulmin model suggests that an argument is a movement from support to claim by way of the warrant, which acts as a bridge" (27).

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Don’t be afraid to go solo

Lago di Garda, Italy

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Stone tools older than our genus: Homo. Archaeologists working in the Kenyan Rift Valley have discovered the oldest known stone tools in the world. Dated to around 3.3 million years ago, the implements are some 700,000 years older than stone tools from Ethiopia that previously held this distinction. They are so old, in fact, that they predate the earliest fossils representing our genus, Homo, by half a million years. As such they suggest that stone tool manufacture began not with Homo, but…

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Morské oko

Morské Oko Lake, Slovakia. Formerly called Veľké Vihorlatské Jazero, Morske Oko is in the heart of Vihorlat Mountains in Eastern Slovakia. Together with Vihorlat Medieval Forest it's been agreed by UNESCO as Protected Landscape Area. More at https://flickr.com/photos/adamtasimages/ Or: https://facebook.com/AdamTasImages/ #slovakia #morskeoko #adamtas #photographer #adamtasimages #slovensko #springbreak #vihorlat #dnescestujem #nikon #unesco

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Vanessa Axente and Michiel Huisman Tour Antwerp Wearing Arty, Avant-Garde Fall Fashion

Sidewalking - Boldly embracing such formerly unchic elements as maroon leather and sheer tan ankle socks summons a jolie laide quality. Prada leather coat, cashmere gilet ($830), brown cotton blouse ($890), and plaid wool skirt ($4,220); select Prada boutiques. 3.1  Phillip Lim by Linda Farrow Gallery sunglasses. On Huisman: Ermenegildo Zegna jacket. Agnès B. shirt. Levi’s jeans. John Lobb boots.

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In pictures: 100 most threatened species

The Zoological Society of London and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) have released a new list of the species closest to extinction. The Tarzan chameleon (Calumma tarzan) lives on Madagascar, inhabiting a range of about 10 sq km. Its forest home has been shrinking fast due to human activities such as logging.

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