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Art & Bâtiment : de véritables œuvres dans le monde - Blog Immobilier

De nombreuse réalisation à travers le monde montre tout l’étendue possible entre l'art et le bâtiment avec des réalisations parfois farfelues, souvent futuristes, mais qui attirent toujours l’œil a qui veut bien se laisser charmer.

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Origami pour les fêtes : l'étoile à cinq branches

Voici les différentes étapes (diagramme) pour réaliser un origami d'étoile à cinq branches en papier.

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Bloggen er fjernet

Som varslet på blogg.no siden 28. november 2018 ble blogger som lå på den gamle publiseringsplattformen, blogsoft, lagt ned 9. april 2019. Dersom du havnet på siden du nå leser når du forsøkte å gå inn på en blogg, betyr det at bloggen dessverre ikke lenger er tilgjengelig. Det er heller ikke

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How to Blow up a Balloon With Baking Soda and Vinegar | eHow.com

Baking soda and vinegar are both innocuous chemicals that most people keep around the house for cleaning and cooking purposes, but when you mix them together, the results can be exciting. Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, and when it mixes with the acetic acid in vinegar, the reaction produces carbon dioxide.