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Yes

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Bow-Tie

Bow-Tie

This is the easiest and the most common of bow tie knots. The knot looks rather sophisticated because of the tie’s shape, but it’s actually the same knot you usually tie your shoelaces with. When the knot is finished, the bow tie shouldn’t be wider than the widest part of your neck.

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Morris

Morris

9 steps

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Fox boy

Fox boy

11 steps

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Pose 32

Pose 32

Pose 32

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Vegetarian rolls

Vegetarian rolls

One more variant of rolls with vegetables and garnished with lettuce.

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4

4

6 steps

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Nigirizushi with Salmon

Nigirizushi with Salmon

Traditional Japanese nigiri sushi with a slice of raw salmon.

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J

J

7 steps

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Honda knot

Honda knot

A honda knot is the loop knot commonly used in a lasso. Its round shape, especially when tied in stiff rope, helps it slide freely along the rope it is tied around. A Lariat Loop is similarly constructed but will not slip from the running end. This is the knot all cowboys use to form their lasso or lariat.

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Minion

Minion

12 steps

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Glider

Glider

11 steps

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Close-Grip Barbell Bench Presses

Close-Grip Barbell Bench Presses

Starting position - standing, feet shoulder width apart. Take the barbell with the regular grip; distance between palms makes approximately 15-20 cm. Hold the barbell as close, as possible to your body, don't push it forward. Try to hold elbows as high, as possible.

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Pose 18

Pose 18

Pose 18

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High Knees Running

High Knees Running

Jump from one foot to the other at the same time lifting your knees as high as possible, with arms following the motion. Touch the ground with the balls of your feet.

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Pizza with Salmon and Cream Cheese

Pizza with Salmon and Cream Cheese

This pizza is sometimes called the ‘Philadelphia’ — after the name of the popular sushi roll that turned the combination of salmon and cream cheese into a beloved classic.

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Печенье пуговицы

Печенье пуговицы

Песочное печенье в виде пуговиц.

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Cupid

Cupid

12 steps

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1

1

7 steps

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Girl

Girl

9 steps

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Heart

Heart

8 steps

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Pose 35

Pose 35

Pose 35

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Graffiti

Graffiti

16 Steps

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Узел

Узел

11 steps

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Honey Cake

Honey Cake

Honey Cake.

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Futomaki with Raw Salmon

Futomaki with Raw Salmon

A nutritious roll with the fresh taste of cucumber and raw fish.

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Sheep

Sheep

7 steps

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Uramaki «Chessboard»

Uramaki «Chessboard»

A very filling roll with smoked trout, bell pepper and cream cheese, decorated with sesame seeds.

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Bridge

Bridge

Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly

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Davy Knot

Davy Knot

It is also a very compact knot making it a nice knot for small flies and various tests rate it between 85 to 100 percent of line strength, with 90% probably a safe assumption. The Davy Knot should be in every fly fisher's arsenal of knots!

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Wrestler

Wrestler

11 steps

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Lily

Lily

42 steps

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24

24

7 Steps

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Heron

Heron

28 steps

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Leg Lifts

Leg Lifts

Leg Lifts

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Madeleines

Madeleines

Бисквитное печенье Мадлен.

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Frog

Frog

18 steps

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Rat

Rat

8 steps

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Uramaki with Smoked Trout

Uramaki with Smoked Trout

A roll with cucumber, mayonnaise and smoked trout, decorated with sesame seeds.

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Dips Behind the Back

Dips Behind the Back

Preparatory position: hands on a bench, straight back, knees slightly bent, then we fall down to an angle of 90 degrees and we push ourselves up by triceps strain, and then we come back into the preparatory position.

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Futomaki with Poached Salmon

Futomaki with Poached Salmon

Soft poached salmon combined with crunchy bell pepper and creamy mayonnaise.

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Bunny

Bunny

10 steps

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Alex

Alex

8 steps

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Reading

Reading

I like to read American Girl doll books

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Jamaica Fruit

Jamaica Fruit

The Jamaica Fruit cocktail, made of orange, pineapple and passion fruit juice, has a soft sweet taste. The drink has not only a refreshing, but also a relaxing effect, because, as you may know, passion fruit is known for its great sedative properties. Jamaica Fruit is an after-dinner cocktail, and good to drink with Bob Marley reggae tracks.

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Butt Kickers

Butt Kickers

Lift your knees slightly and try to bring your heel directly under your butt—not behind—with each stride.

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Pose 28

Pose 28

Pose 28

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Horse

Horse

32 steps

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Rabbit

Rabbit

20 steps

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Overhand Knot (Thumb Knot)

Overhand Knot (Thumb Knot)

This is the simplest stopper knot, and very compact and easy to tie. It is important to learn this knot because it is often used as a basis for other knots. Another advantage is that it can be tied very close to objects or other knots. So, the knot is good for tying at the ends of ropes or threads to prevent them from unraveling or slipping; for example, out of a needle’s eye. The disadvantage of this knot is that it can twist and slip if the strength of the pull varies. It also can damage the rope, especially those made of vegetable fibers.

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Pose 16

Pose 16

Pose 16

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Side Plank Taps

Side Plank Taps

Push your hips forward and squeeze your glutes. Either that, or hold the side plank against a wall, keeping the entire back against the wall to ensure the hips stay forward.

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Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

It was during a cold winter night in 1943 when Joe Sheridan, a chef of the Airport Restaurant in the little Irish town of Foynes, added a bit of coffee to whiskey. Passengers, frozen after a long flight, were thankful to the chef for such a warm welcome. And one asked, «Did you use Brazilian coffee?». «No,» jokingly answered Joe, «that was Irish coffee».

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Fairy

Fairy

10 steps

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Girl

Girl

9 steps

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12

12

6 steps

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