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Originally Posted by alcatraz
KOPIKO Vendo Machine one of the business of Planet Mobile Business Club!
Price: Php 20,914.00 All in
-1 Kopiko Vendo Machine
-1 Kilo Kopiko Astig (makes 45 cups)
-1 Kilo Kopiko Brown (makes 45 cups)
-1000 pieces Kopiko Printed Cups 6.5 oz.
-1 year repair of parts and labor
-1 year warranty
Originally Posted by Cracker29
::: R-SIM10 & X-SIM ULTRA :::
:OPENLINE/UNLOCKED iPhone 6+ ,6,5s,5c,5 and 4s
:Very High Quality
:Quick ,Fast and Easy Installation
:Plug and Play
:Supported all IOS version
:Supported all network carrier
:Use with Original SIM Tray
: Data Service Enabled
600 Pesos each with a minimum of 2- 5 pieces
500 pesos each with a minimum of 6 pieces above
1000 pesos each 1 piece
Featured in Blogspot on November 23, 2011
GO WILD ADVENTURES, through William Rhys-Davies, recently made their presence felt here in Cebu by introducing the Wilderness Safety and Personal Hygiene in the Field to local participants on August 23, 24 and 25, 2011 at Mount Manunggal, Balamban, Cebu. This writer assisted Mr. Rhys-Davies with the preparation, organization and other administrative tasks to make this event successful.
This outdoors course is offered here for
Originally Posted by Jess_V
Originally Posted by ruben17
I agree that best bang for buck ang AsRock when it comes to mobo.
Dugay lang gyud ni ni gawas ang ilang 970 nga board mao nga decide ko ug ug MSI. HUHUHUHUHU
MSI is good brand....I'd rather pay bit more for good products.....hasol mag tang2x component para uli ang board.
Pag uli walay problema....ang byahi ma.oy lisod.
dughan mong daw way sama sa pagkatig-a
wala mo ba makita ang akong paghigugma?
kasakit gidawat pamasin unta ikaw maakoa
apan kapakyasan ang nadawat ko niining pagbatia
dili paba paigo ang akong pagka mapailobon?
bisan paman niaanang imong pagka bigaon?
nakig bisog ako nga unta ako imong higumaon
apan sa gihapon ikaw nagpabilin nga maluibon
gihalad ko kanino ang tanan kong pagbati
mga pagtamay sa katawhan akong nasinati
Updated 04-09-2015 at 04:23 PM by slabs7
Scientific Name: Vaccinium macrocarpon
Common Name: Bearberry, Mossberry, Cranberry
History of Use
Cranberries were originally used by North Americans as fabric dye, food and healing agent. High in Vitamin C, these fruits were transported by American whalers and mariners while on long travel at sea to prevent scurvy (History of Cranberries, n.d.). Traditionally, cranberries are incorporated in the diet of North Americans as pemmican (crushed cranberries, dried
Updated 04-05-2015 at 07:26 PM by mrdarwinb
Scientific Name: Silybum marianum
Common Name: Our Lady’s thistle, Marian thistle, St Mary’s thistle, Sow thistle and Wild artichoke
History of Use
Milk Thistle has been used in as early as 23 AD. Traditionally, it has been used “for infants that have their sinews drawn together, and for those that be bitten of serpents” in Rome. In Britain, it has also been used as treatment of disorders affecting the liver and spleen, the kidneys in provoking the flow
Updated 04-05-2015 at 07:27 PM by mrdarwinb
Featured in Blogspot on November 9, 2011
THIS IS THE FIRST time that had been done in the Philippine Islands. Camp Red, your only Philippine bushcraft and survival guild south of Subic Bay; and Warrior Pilgrimage, a personal blog dedicated for bushcraft and survival; recently introduced the Philippine Independence Bushcraft Camp or PIBC MMXI to fourteen newcomers.
The activity was held at an undisclosed site designated as “Camp Damazo”; found deep in the bosom of the