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ludoteka da. 24 ekim 2007 saat 23:13 te oynadıgım dama karşılaşmasının kaydı.oyun kaydını biraz hızlandırarak burada yayınladım sıkılmamanız açısından..turk dama oyunu (çapkin) capkin türk damasi Turkish Draughts turkish checkers
11 Nov 2007
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Litauisches Bier / Lietuviškas alus Švyturys Ekstra Draught
20 Feb 2008
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*******mm-money.blogspot**** Carlton Draught Big Beer Commercial
9 May 2008
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For more great ads, go to www.cracker***.za A very well put together advert with great visual effects. Also very funny wording!
4 Jun 2009
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12 Jul 2009
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In our beautiful kindergarten tournament checkers took place. This game develops the child's logic, attention and thinking. Overcoming anxiety, each participant wanted to win! The plot of this video is the intellectual and harmonious development of kindergarten № 1995.
13 Nov 2018
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only ones it possible!can you?
20 Mar 2008
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Carlton Draught Big Commercial...So Big, you should've Turn the Volume UP to hear'em. :)
31 Oct 2006
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RS Media Community - was either this or no video at all this week.. And almost all of the really short video is stop motion. The song is from the Heinekin Draught Keg ad. -
28 Jan 2008
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More at *******www.ratbag****.au Calton Draught have got a new ad with skytroopers invading.
21 Apr 2008
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George Clarke explains how to keep a lid on heat loss. More information available ***********/eco The loft is an area of the house we rarely think about, but if left uninsulated, can be a make a massive contribution to your energy bills. A poorly insulated house loses about a 1/3 of its heat through the room. (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012) The average UK home could save around £280 every year by being more energy efficient (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). Many people don't insulate their lofts because they believe it is difficult and expensive, but nothing could be further from the truth. Insulate your loft is the most cost-effect energy saving task you could do in the home. Not only will you be saving lots of money, but you will be helping create a warm comfortable home for the winter months. There are many materials you can use to insulate your loft. There is glass fibre, which is made from recycled glass bottles all the way through to all-natural sheep's wool. You can also buy insulation boards, which will still give you the ability to store items in the attic. It is important to ensure any loft hatch or door is well insulated and draft-proof, to prevent any heat within the house, escaping to the roof space. Another area of the house worth considering in regards to potential heat loss, is the hot water tank which needs to be insulated properly. This can be accomplished with a hot water cylinder jacket, which can cost under £6. A cylinder jacket can cut heat-loss by up to 75%, and save you around £35 a year. (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012) Heat loss can also occur through the walls of your house. Cavity walls are generally better than solid walls, because they have got an air gap in between. But even cavity walls can account for 1/3 of the heat-loss from your home (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). Cavity wall insulation usually costs around £250, depending on the size of your home, but this can save you over £135 a year on your energy bill (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). One final tip worth considering, is getting draught excluders, as draught proofing doors and windows can save around £30 every year (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). Thing smart. Think warm. Save Energy. Save Money.
4 May 2012
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Animated robots dancing to funky techno on beer-keg turntables. Check out the hot fembot.
13 Aug 2007
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Minnie the hot fembot "delivers" the Heineken DraughtKeg delivery system in this futuristic TV commercial.
15 Aug 2007
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Horse pulling competition at a fair shot in HD Sony camera
27 Sep 2007
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This are some images of what is happening right now in the world and it's going to be worst. We must do something to prevent what it will become the death of the earth as a consequence of global warming
24 Jan 2009
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Imagina que dispones de una cantidad colosal de tiempo. ¿Qué harías con él? Nada, si no eres capaz de hacerlo fluir. De un modo similar, podríamos morir de sed mientras, impotentes, contemplamos el océano. Estamos demasiado acostumbrados a ver circular al agua y al tiempo. Tanto, que confundimos su latido con ellos mismos. El agua empieza a detenerse, y de ella dependen todos los relojes. Nada más. Solo un mensaje, que tampoco tiene ningún valor sin un pulso que lo mueva.
21 Aug 2008
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