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 como minha me sempre diz

como minha me sempre diz: Tudo Jia... todos que eu amo esto com sade. O restante a gente resolve. Sabe, as pessoas tem muita inveja da gente... muita gente negativa, pesada. No me inveje. Eu tenho muitos defeitos... tenho problemas e eu tb tenho dias ruins... Como eu resolvo? Eu tomo uma cerveja, fumo um narga, e ligo para quem realmente me ama e me quer bem... minha familia! Seja feliz! Muita luz, muito amor... #boanoite #blogueirassp #blogueirasbrasil #blogueira #foto #fotografiasp #photographygirl #saopaulo #ensaiofotograficofeminino #feminino #portrait_ig #portraitcentral #portraitart #portrait_perfection #makeportrait #feminino #nightphotography_exclusive #fotografieren #fotografiando #fotografiabh #fashionphoto #fashions #glamours #photographer #photographystyle #girlstyle #urbanphotography #urbanphotos #photogra #photogirl #photographygirl #realife

#Repost @saopaulointerior

#Repost @saopaulointerior (@get_repost) SP-315, que liga a cidade de Ubirajara a Duartina, no olhar de @kikocorreia. Ubirajara fica na regio de Marlia, tem cerca de 4 mil habitantes e economia baseada na agricultura, com destaque para plantao de mandioca e laranja. . . . Mostre tambm o que h de bo no interior. Use a hashtag #saopaulointerior. . . . . #ubirajara #ubirajaracity #saopaulointerior #interiorsp #interiordesp #estrada #road #rodovia #way #view #streetview #landscape #paisagem #tera-feira #tuesday #sol #rural #boanoite

Entre Jaguarina e Holambr

Entre Jaguarina e Holambra, h um presente para os viajantes. Essa linda foto foi tirada pelo @bybassan. As duas cidades so tursticas e localizadas na regio de Campinas. Holambra famosa pelas flores, e Jaguarina pelo rodeio. . . Mostre o que h de bo no interior. Use a hashtag #saopaulointerior. . . . . . #saopaulointerior #sp #interiorsp #interiordesp #jaguariuna #Jaguarina #estrada #road #way #arvore #tree #holambra #turismo #tour #view #streetview #vista #paisagem #quarta-feira #boanoite #passeio

An extract on #boanoite

Despite both its prominent position on the zodiac and its large size, Aquarius has no particularly bright stars, its four brightest stars being less than magnitude 2. However, recent research has shown that there are several stars lying within its borders that possess planetary systems. The two brightest stars, Alpha and Beta Aquarii, are luminous yellow supergiants, of spectral types G0Ib and G2Ib respectively, that were once hot blue-white B-class main sequence stars 5 to 9 times as massive as the Sun. The two are also moving through space perpendicular to the plane of the Milky Way. Just shading Alpha, Beta Aquarii is the brightest star in Aquarius with an apparent magnitude of 2.91. It also has the proper name of Sadalsuud. Having cooled and swollen to around 50 times the Sun's diameter, it is around 2200 times as luminous as the Sun. It is around 6.4 times as massive as the Sun and around 56 million years old. Sadalsuud is 540 20 light-years from Earth. Alpha Aquarii, also known as Sadalmelik, has an apparent magnitude of 2.94. It is 520 20 light-years distant from Earth, and is around 6.5 times as massive as the Sun and 3000 times as luminous. It is 53 million years old. Gamma Aquarii, also called Sadachbia, is a white main sequence star of spectral type star of spectral type A0V that is between 158 and 315 million years old and is around two and a half times the Sun's mass, and double its radius. Of magnitude 3.85, it is 164 9 light years away. It has a luminosity of 50 L. The name Sadachbia comes from the Arabic for "lucky stars of the tents", sa'd al-akhbiya. Aquarii, also known as Scheat or Skat, is a blue-white A2 spectral type star of magnitude 3.27 and luminosity of 105 L. Aquarii, also known as Albali, is a blue-white A1 spectral type star with an apparent magnitude of 3.77, an absolute magnitude of 1.2, and a luminosity of 28 L. Aquarii is an F2 spectral type double star; both stars are white. Overall, it appears to be of magnitude 3.6 and luminosity of 50 L. The primary has a magnitude of 4.53 and the secondary a magnitude of 4.31, but both have an absolute magnitude of 0.6. Its orbital period is 760 years; the two components are currently moving farther apart. Aquarii, sometimes called Ancha, is a G8 spectral type star with an apparent magnitude of 4.16 and an absolute magnitude of 1.4. Aquarii, also called Hudoor or Ekchusis, is an M2 spectral type star of magnitude 3.74 and luminosity of 120 L. Aquarii, also called Bunda, is an A7 spectral type star with an apparent magnitude of 4.69 and an absolute magnitude of 2.4. Aquarii, also called Seat, is a B0 spectral type star with an apparent magnitude of 4.66 and an absolute magnitude of -4.1.

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