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How to remove the cracks in the wood

How to remove the cracks in the wood: a guide to fill the longitudinal cracks that form in the wood. Remedies for cracks and cracks in wood. After seeing "how to glue wood", we continue to talk about the typical problems that we may encounter in the house: the cracks and fissures that form in the wood.
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THEMES

Farinella pizza

Farinella pizza is one of the many hidden beauties of our country, born in Southern Italy, in Campania and for many it is known as farinella bacolese pizza.Bacoli is a charming town in the province of Naples, offers wonderful views and delicious delights . It was in Bacoli that I grew up and I could not help but share with you all the delicious recipe for the Farinella pizza.
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NEWS

Latest report: World towards an irreversible state of ‘greenhouse’

The world is at risk of entering "greenhouse" conditions where global average temperatures will be 4 to 5 degrees Celsius even if emission reduction targets are met in a global climate agreement, scientists said in a study published Monday. The report comes amid a heat wave that has pushed temperatures above 40 ° C (104 Fahrenheit) in Europe this summer, leading to droughts and wildfires, including fires in Greece in July that killed 91 people.
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THEMES

How to open the coconut

Coconut is one of the most popular symbols of summer. Thirst-quenching and nutritious, it is one of the foods that make the most "summer", especially when you hear the voice of some good coconut seller who brings these nuts directly to the beach. Unfortunately, however, unless you resort to buying coconut already cut into slices ready to eat, there is a serious problem: how to open the coconut?
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THEMES

Wild saffron: why it is poisonous and how to recognize it

There are many names to refer to wild saffron but there is still the danger of not being able to recognize it and end up using it for cooking. Maybe some of us didn't even know about this plant that looks so much like the one from which we get the precious powder for risotto, and more.
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