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Kleines Bodyupdate fr euc

Kleines Bodyupdate fr euch (aktuell 58kg/1,70m) Und nochmal der Beweis, dass keiner von uns 24/7 in DER Pose durchs Leben luft. Die beiden Fotos sind innerhalb von 2 Minuten entstanden. Natrlich wei ich, wie mein Krper auf Fotos gut aussieht. Aber meistens stehe ich lieber entspannt herum, liege mit vollem Bauch auf dem Sofa und habe in H&M Umkleiden IMMER Cellulites Keiner von uns ist perfekt Die Hauptsache ist, dass wir gesund und glcklich sind Ich fhle mich im Moment in jeder Pose wohlFhlt euch gedrckt und startet gut ins Wochenende . #loveyourbody #antidit #frmehrrealittaufinstagram #transformations #girlswhoworkout #workoutmotivation #bikinibody #happygirlsaretheprettiest #stronggirls #stuttgart #goalcrusher

Always keep a little beac

Always keep a little beach day in your heart Passend zu diesem miesen Wetter hier in Deutschland gibt es von mir ein #throwbackpic aus Thailand und eine Portion #summerfeeling fr euch Fr mich war heute schon der letzte Arbeitstag diese Woche und jetzt muss ich schnell meinen Koffer packen, da es nachher in Kooperation mit @jomotours und zusammen mit @fit_selin @thomas_boehmann und @larissaa.luu nach Amsterdam geht Habt ihr ultimative Tipps fr Amsterdam? Dann immer her damit! Bikini: @elsaandrose . . . #kohtao #kohnangyuan #tropicaladdicted #bikinigirl #bikinibody #travelgoals #stronggirls #travelthailand #summerbody #beachlover #bodygoals #summermood #abgerechnetwirdamstrand #gypsylife #reiseblogger #happyandhealthy #happygirlsaretheprettiest #beachgirl #travelgirl #saltyhair #beachbabe #girlsborntotravel #letsgetlost #lifeisbetteratthebeach #whitesandbeach #tropicalvibes #endlesssummer #bikinibabe

After a day doing absolut

After a day doing absolutely nothing we'll go to the beach soon! So crazy, last week I've been to Mallorca for the first time and now I'm in the Netherlands for the first time and I really love it here. Well I really love travelling and seeing new places anyway, so it's so surprise I loved the last weeks so much #fashionblogger_de #holidaymood #sunset #blogger_de #sea #outfitoftheday #whatiwore #beachtime #goodvibesonly #shadesofblue #ffmblogger #happygirlsaretheprettiest #travelingtheworld #tuesdayevening #todayimwearing #styleiswhat #blogger_de #nature #outfitgoals #styleblogger #summerlook #everydaymadewell #fashionista #fashionkilla #germanblogger #livinglifetothefullest #fashionaddict #styledetails #influencer_de

What an amazing first day

What an amazing first day! Just a few of us stayed kinda late after and took a silly pic (which instagram didn't fit everyone- frustrating!) The day literally flew by so fast! If I can encourage you to pioneer and attend pioneer school.. DO IT. What a great experience and! We didn't miss the eclipse!!!!!!! . The last pic is basically cesar and me... always lol... me saying silly nonesense to Cesar and him pretending I'm not funny but always laughing and then stealing my jokes #youknowyouloveme #youthinkimfunny #youknowit #imfunny #jw_witnesses #jw_pioneers #jw #day1 #pioneerschool #pss #happygirlsaretheprettiest #beingsilly #funwithfriends #pioneers #eclipse #happy #blessed #pioneercouple #precursores #escueladeprecursores

Once you realize that the

Once you realize that the road is the goal and you are always on the road, not to reach a goal, But to enjoy its beauty and its wisdom, life ceases to be a task and becomes natural and simple, in itself an ecstasy.... Pic partner: @mimzy_gabriels Pic credit: @xtacy_dee #afterworkvibes #twinning #happygirlsaretheprettiest #dentalteam

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All consideration of nuclear electrons ended with James Chadwick's discovery of the neutron in 1932. An atom of gold now was seen as containing 118 neutrons rather than 118 nuclear electrons, and its positive charge now was realized to come entirely from a content of 79 protons. After 1932, therefore, an element's atomic number Z was also realized to be identical to the proton number of its nuclei.

The body of a fish is divided into a head, trunk and tail, although the divisions between the three are not always externally visible. The skeleton, which forms the support structure inside the fish, is either made of cartilage, in cartilaginous fish, or bone in bony fish. The main skeletal element is the vertebral column, composed of articulating vertebrae which are lightweight yet strong. The ribs attach to the spine and there are no limbs or limb girdles. The main external features of the fish, the fins, are composed of either bony or soft spines called rays, which with the exception of the caudal fins, have no direct connection with the spine. They are supported by the muscles which compose the main part of the trunk. The heart has two chambers and pumps the blood through the respiratory surfaces of the gills and on round the body in a single circulatory loop. The eyes are adapted for seeing underwater and have only local vision. There is an inner ear but no external or middle ear. Low frequency vibrations are detected by the lateral line system of sense organs that run along the length of the sides of fish, and these respond to nearby movements and to changes in water pressure. Sharks and rays are basal fish with numerous primitive anatomical features similar to those of ancient fish, including skeletons composed of cartilage. Their bodies tend to be dorso-ventrally flattened, they usually have five pairs of gill slits and a large mouth set on the underside of the head. The dermis is covered with separate dermal placoid scales. They have a cloaca into which the urinary and genital passages open, but not a swim bladder. Cartilaginous fish produce a small number of large, yolky eggs. Some species are ovoviviparous and the young develop internally but others are oviparous and the larvae develop externally in egg cases. The bony fish lineage shows more derived anatomical traits, often with major evolutionary changes from the features of ancient fish. They have a bony skeleton, are generally laterally flattened, have five pairs of gills protected by an operculum, and a mouth at or near the tip of the snout. The dermis is covered with overlapping scales. Bony fish have a swim bladder which helps them maintain a constant depth in the water column, but not a cloaca. They mostly spawn a large number of small eggs with little yolk which they broadcast into the water column.

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