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Karuna anhela ser reencarnado en un mundo diferente. Después de su muerte en un accidente de tráfico, una diosa a cargo de la reencarnación ha aparecido ante él. 「Mucho gusto, Karuna-san. Estoy diosa Ashia desu 」 Diferentes reencarnación mundo ha llegado ~ !! Karuna baila de alegría. He recibido una habilidad tramposo y yo ahora por fin reencarnar en un mundo diferente siempre he soñado sobre-- 「Eres Karuna, eh? Estoy diosa Islina 」 --Es lo que debería haber ocurrido, pero ha aparecido otra diosa !? Karuna recibió una habilidad trucos de ella con la cabeza inclinada hacia un lado, y esta vez, va a finally-- 「Estoy diosa Vermis desu wa」 --Wha, otra diosa tiene ......! 「Haa, haa ...... una, otra ...... !?」 Al final, Karuna reunió un total de 100 diosas. Pero, gracias a eso, se ha obtenido 100 habilidades de trucos. 「Con estos 100 habilidades de trucos - Voy a disfrutar plenamente de este mundo diferente!」
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Mr. Yuri Inspector
Mr. Yuri Inspector
Sep 30, 2019
Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon slayer)

Y’all probably know this anime by now, but for anyone who hasn’t yet watched it,

Demon Slayer is one of the best anime that has came out in 2019, and this is because of its insanely good visuals,
NESUKOOOOO, sublime sound tracks and effects and NESUKOOOOO
There isn’t anything that original in the story, but it doesn’t have to be. Because they implement the same story so magnificently that you just can’t stop watching it.
Also, it has cliffhangers (Which don’t matter right now but THEY WERE SO FRICKING ROUGH LIKE UGH WHY WOULD YOU NOT LEAVE US LIKE THAT UFOTABLE)

The characters are loveable characters that don’t stop being interesting and you ultimately become fond with all of them.

I don’t want to give almost any spoilers, because this is an anime that you really should watch, you would definitely regret not watching it.


In conclusion, nezuko is precious and she is the best girl in the anime universe without a doubt.
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Alan Luiz
Alan Luiz
Aug 15, 2022
Ukraine War: The Donbas body collector who has lost count
Aleksey Yukov standing next to the white van, marked with a red cross
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Aleksey Yukov and his men recover dead bodies of Ukrainian and Russian soldiers killed in combat in the Donbas
Aleksey Yukov has lost count of the bodies he's recovered in the Donbas over the past five months. He says he thinks it's more than 300, but he can't be sure.

Aleksey and his men drive a refrigerated white van, marked with a red cross, to carry out their work. They often drive towards danger to collect the bodies and remains of dead Ukrainian and Russian troops and civilians.

"We work with no days off. Constantly. We drive, we investigate, we transport, we search, all the time," he says.

It's grim work too - digging up the decomposing bodies of Russian soldiers buried in shallow trenches, or gathering their remains from burnt out armoured vehicles.

According to the United Nations, more than 5,000 Ukrainian civilians have been killed since Russia invaded in February.

There are no official figures for how many Ukrainian troops have died. But one adviser to President Zelensky told the BBC last month that between 100-200 Ukrainian soldiers were being killed every day. On average it's at the lower end of that scale.


Aleksey says that figure sounds realistic to him. But he believes the Russians are losing three times that number.

One Ukrainian soldier we spoke to, who had fought in Severodonetsk, described Russian tactics as similar to the First World War - with waves of their infantry running into a hail of bullets.

Smoke rising near homes in Donbas
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Smoke rises near homes in the eastern Donbas region, where Russia has targeted its ground offensive
Who does Aleksey think is winning the war? "It's not about who is winning," he says. "It's about who's right. They [Russia] came here and that was unforgivable".

Every Ukrainian soldier we spoke to said they still believed they could win. Even in units that had suffered combat casualties of more than half of the troops.

But it's taking its toll on the living as well as the dead. Aleksey hasn't seen his one-year-old daughter for months.

"This war has ruined the life you had and the one you've been building," he says.


He adds that at the end of the day it all catches up: "That feeling when you are empty inside. The unfillable void".

Why Russia wants to seize Ukraine's eastern Donbas
Death comes quickly in the Donbas. Russian shells take mere seconds to land, and they're being used in industrial quantities. On average Russia is firing 20,000 artillery shells a day. Ukraine is able to respond with just 6,000.

There's no respite from the sound of heavy shelling at a military medical station we visit. The chief medical officer - who only wants to be known as Dr Anatoliy for his own safety - describes the situation on the frontline as "fragile".

He shows us photographs of a badly damaged military ambulance - riddled with bullet holes and torn to shreds by shrapnel. Dr Anatoliy says the red cross painted on their vehicles mean nothing to Russians. Two more ambulances are waiting outside the building under camouflage nets - ready to go to pick up the injured.

Tina packing a military bag inside an ambulance
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Before volunteering to join the army Tina worked at a children's hospital
We meet Tina and Polina, two front line medics.

Tina used to work at a children's hospital before she volunteered to join the army. She wipes away tears as she talks about the family she's now missing.


"The pain goes away, because you have a task: to get a person to a hospital alive" she says. I ask if she's scared. "Of course it's scary. When a shell lands nearby, everything shrinks inside you".

For every soldier killed many more are injured. Tina says she's not allowed to give numbers but adds "there are casualties almost every day, and not just one. Sometimes many, sometimes a lot".

Polina standing near a vehicle
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Twenty-one-year-old Polina says she exercises and listens to music to keep some sense of normality
Polina is just 21. The war's already cast a big shadow over her short life.

Her father and uncle are now prisoners in Russian-occupied Ukraine. She says she's trying her best not to let it get her down. She exercises and listens to music whenever she can - just to keep some sense of normality.

But Polina admits it's hard not to feel gloomy and depressed: "Apart from the bullets flying over your head, wounded people - and those wounded are often my friends and buddies - if you're taking it to heart it's going to be tough".

It's the troops she treats who give her hope.

"The guys who are injured and exhausted don't even want to go to hospital sometimes. They say I'm not going to leave my mates, we're holding the line together".

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AlguienArruinadoXD
AlguienArruinadoXD
Aug 13, 2018
#I-Made-a-Slave-Harem-Using-a-Charm-Cheat-in-a-Different-World-(Novela) when lees la descripción
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but resulta ser una novela
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kelvin tavares
kelvin tavares
Aug 17, 2018
#GIRLS-OF-THE-WILD-SDoes anyone know if there is gonna be a ss2 of it because I think there judging by the second-last chapter looks like it
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Jack919
Jack919
Oct 13, 2022
Nursing focuses on the provision of health care to individuals, families, and communities so that they can live a healthy lifestyle.
Nursing is a profession that requires you to write. Writing is essential in the nursing profession. You should use your writing skills as a nursing student during your internship, coursework , or clinical experience. Writing in nursing is a sign that a student is able to communicate professionally. Nursing is a common field that is used daily in all hospitals. Writing is an important part of nursing for sharing ideas and knowledge. Professional nurses should be able to communicate their thoughts through professional writing.
Many nursing students, as well as professional nurses, may have difficulty writing this type of writing because it requires special writing skills. They must not only have a good knowledge of the subject, but also be able to organize their thoughts and observations. There are times when you may find yourself in a difficult situation and need professional writing assistance.
https://nursingessaywriting.com/blog?qb-b=writing-in-the-nursing-field

Nursing can be written in many ways: position paper, nursing notes, nursing history, nursing note and research paper.
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