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Vivisection

Vivisection (from Lat. Vivus - live and sectio - dissection) - vivisection, performing operations on a living animal to study the functions of the body, the action of drugs, substances, the development of methods of surgical treatment, etc. In vivisection, the study is carried out during the operation itself - in an acute experience, for example, by irritation, transplantation or removal of an organ.
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Tequila

Tequila is a strong alcoholic drink made in Mexico from fermented blue agave juice. The main raw material for tequila production is the blue agave, Agave (azul) tequilana Weber, of the Agavaceae family, which is a large plant with a short, thick stem and a rosette of thick fleshy leaves.
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Capoeira

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art in fashion today, created by runaway slaves during colonization, in the midst of slavery and racism. Initially, the martial art has transformed into an art over time. Capoeira immediately attracts attention with the variety of its movements, a set of strikes and exits.
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Strategic planning

In medium and small organizations, management personnel and directors often misinterpret the topic of developing and implementing strategic plans. Consider some of the most common strategic planning myths among managers: Strategic planning is not necessary at all.
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The most trending haircuts

Modern women of fashion and fashionistas choose haircuts like their idols. Celebrity hairstyles are becoming a trend that has survived for decades, as even today fashionistas are exploring gloss black and white to find a new look. The stars were able to create new classic hair styles. Bob Zelda Fitzgerald. The classic bob has been popular around the world for over a hundred years.
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Vegetarianism

Vegetarianism (from Lat. Vegetabilis - vegetable) is a way of life, characterized primarily by nutrition, excluding the use of the flesh of any animals (i.e. meat, poultry, fish, etc.). Also, vegetarians often refuse to use other products of animal origin both in nutrition (mammalian milk, eggs) and in everyday life (fur, leather, glycerin, etc.).
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