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بعض الألعاب المقوية للعضلات وال
@djebbi.zeineb

بعض الألعاب المقوية للعضلات وال"قلب" 😬 بعض الثواني في إقناع زيد أن المكان نظيف 😂🙈 هذه الأطفال من أكبر نعم الله علينا، يتعلمون منا كل شيء دون أن نشعر، حتى الأشياء البسيطة، التي لا نلقي لها بالاً، فهم المراقبون في صمت! #نعمة الأمومة #يوميات ابني #يوميات زيد #نشاط اطفال #نشاطات #أنشطة #أنشطة للطفل #تعلم #أطفالنا #مغامرة #مغامرات زيد #insta #instaboy #instafamily #playing #enjoy #happyboy #son

We had a lovely chilled out 😎 Sunday and because of it I got to see how Spike 👧🏼 can be so focussed on one thing. She usually flits from one thing to another so quickly but putting these shapes together to make her zoo 🦘 she was so, so zoned in! It was awesome to see! #makesmeproud #focussedgirl
@raimy_rawr
Preston, Lancashire

We had a lovely chilled out 😎 Sunday and because of it I got to see how Spike 👧🏼 can be so focussed on one thing. She usually flits from one thing to another so quickly but putting these shapes together to make her zoo 🦘 she was so, so zoned in! It was awesome to see! #makesmeproud #focussedgirl

#Playing badminton 🎾🎾🎾
@mir_salam_hossen

#playing badminton 🎾🎾🎾

Today I received my new  @innovadiscs Discover Pack! I wanted a smaller, lighter pack and at $20 MSRP, it was hard not to give this bag a try. 
At first glance it’s a good looking backpack that holds the right amount of discs. Let’s be real here, none of us need 30 discs for a round. It’s a little more flimsy than I would have wanted, but this is absolutely the best starter backpack style bag out there. We’ll see how it holds up after a few rounds with it! I’ll keep you all updated.
@dgcoursereviews
Spokane, Washington

Today I received my new @innovadiscs Discover Pack! I wanted a smaller, lighter pack and at $20 MSRP, it was hard not to give this bag a try. At first glance it’s a good looking backpack that holds the right amount of discs. Let’s be real here, none of us need 30 discs for a round. It’s a little more flimsy than I would have wanted, but this is absolutely the best starter backpack style bag out there. We’ll see how it holds up after a few rounds with it! I’ll keep you all updated.

🎵 Simple Twist Of Faith @bobdylan
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📀 More Blood, More Tracks
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🎙2018 📻 Country Folk
@worldofvinyl
New York

🎵 Simple Twist Of Faith @bobdylan • 📀 More Blood, More Tracks • 🎙2018 📻 Country Folk

Had so much fun playing Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4! Now I've got a week to get through something else before Kingdom Hearts III next week. #ps4share
@alexlduffy

Had so much fun playing Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4! Now I've got a week to get through something else before Kingdom Hearts III next week. #ps4share

The Monday $20 dollar play...Follow my bets and get picks.Very confident about this Octave .
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#sportbetting #gambling #playing #positivity #pokerplayer #poker #blackjack #vegas #ac
#urban #handicaps #soccer #hockey #basketball #casino #juventus #ronaldo #money #win
@generalisimosports

The Monday $20 dollar play...Follow my bets and get picks.Very confident about this Octave . . . . #sportbetting #gambling #playing #positivity #pokerplayer #poker #blackjack #vegas #ac #urban #handicaps #soccer #hockey #basketball #casino #juventus #ronaldo #money #win

More Blood, More Tracks @bobdylan
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🎙2018 📻 Country Folk
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In September 1974, as Bob Dylan’s nine-year marriage to Sara Lownds fell apart, he entered a New York studio and, playing mostly solo, laid bare, in his own thrilling oblique fashion, the wounds of the heart and much else besides (ie the rollicking tale of Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts). The album was a revelation to insiders, but then he binned it. It was said his brother told him it was too personal. Whatever the reason, Dylan went into a Minneapolis studio in December and rerecorded many of the songs with a band.
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Blood on the Tracks, 43 years years on, remains one of his landmark achievements. It was also the album that reignited a career burdened by a glorious past. Critics were increasingly whispering that maybe Dylan was past it. Certainly his output throughout the early 1970s was relatively lightweight.
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British writer Ian Bell, in his incisive Once Upon A Time: the Lives of Bob Dylan, argues that with Blood on the Tracks Dylan redeemed and renewed himself. “Once again, he extended the range of popular music. One again, it was possible to talk of his writing in terms of poetry...”
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Some tracks, notably the self-serving Idiot Wind, may have lost traction over time, but songs such as If You See Her Say Hello, You’re A Big Girl Now, Simple Twist of Fate and You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go are as fresh and intriguing today as when first heard all those years ago. It really is one of the great rock albums.
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Although none of the advance publicity states it, this album could possibly be Blood on the Tracks mark one. Certainly, in the stripped-back settings of mostly guitar and harmonica, the Dylan we hear is more personal and vulnerable, and one is tempted to add, more transparent, than at any time before or since.
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All of this would be mere voyeurism without Dylan’s ability as an artist to transform personal travails into universal truths. That is why these songs endure, why they have a life and a meaning beyond the bard’s. And that is why these stages of their production are so compelling.
@worldofvinyl
New York

More Blood, More Tracks @bobdylan • 🎙2018 📻 Country Folk • In September 1974, as Bob Dylan’s nine-year marriage to Sara Lownds fell apart, he entered a New York studio and, playing mostly solo, laid bare, in his own thrilling oblique fashion, the wounds of the heart and much else besides (ie the rollicking tale of Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts). The album was a revelation to insiders, but then he binned it. It was said his brother told him it was too personal. Whatever the reason, Dylan went into a Minneapolis studio in December and rerecorded many of the songs with a band. • Blood on the Tracks, 43 years years on, remains one of his landmark achievements. It was also the album that reignited a career burdened by a glorious past. Critics were increasingly whispering that maybe Dylan was past it. Certainly his output throughout the early 1970s was relatively lightweight. • British writer Ian Bell, in his incisive Once Upon A Time: the Lives of Bob Dylan, argues

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