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How to watch facebook live video broadcasts

If you find yourself drawn toward livestreams on Twitter, then you’ll be pleased to hear that when an account you follow fires one up, it will appear right at the top of your timeline. Announced in recent days for users globally, the move to put livestreams front and center is part of Twitter’s effort to […]

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How to have fun as a senior in high school

During the coronavirus shutdown, high school seniors are missing the year-end activities they’ve been planning for for years: senior trips, musicals, a final sports season. Rocky River senior Kate Davis writes about her experience. For a lot of us, the best way to describe how we feel right now is slighted. My senior year at […]

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How to grow vegetables in small gardens

MorningChores Staff is a team of writers and editors who collaborate to create articles. If the article you are reading is authored by MorningChores Staff, it means multiple people contributed on it. You can easily start your own sustainable garden in small spaces such as your backyard, a balcony or a patio. Even if you […]

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How to prepare a garden plot

Eliminating weeds and getting the soil ready for your flowers and vegetables are important first steps in growing a successful garden. Time spent in preparation reduces the time you’ll have to spend maintaining and weeding your garden over the course of the growing season. Tools and Materials String and wooden stakes Spade Herbicide (*optional*) Hoe […]

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How to force shut down a mac

Learn how to turn your Mac on and off, and get help with issues during startup or shutdown. Turn on (start up) your Mac To turn on your Mac, press its power button, which is usually marked . Some Mac notebooks also turn on when you open them, connect them to power, press any key, […]

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How to make boys want you

Number 6 is everything. Unless you swipe a bottle of love potion from Hogwarts, you can’t make someone fall for you. But there are certain little moments that make a guy think, whoa, I want this girl to be my girlfriend. 1. When you make the first move. Even though times are def changing, traditionally, […]

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How to use a charcoal grill

Do you have a new charcoal grill and want useful tips and techniques for making your guests want more of your food? How to use a charcoal grill? Charcoal grilling is common amongst cooking enthusiasts and traditionalists as compared to electric or gas grills for various reasons. There is a certain smoky flavor and a […]

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How to search a phone number on facebook

Use Facebook’s people search and other tricks to find someone online Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Tweet Share Email Searching Facebook is a great way to find someone online. With it being the largest social networking site in existence, your odds of finding the person you’re looking for is fairly high. Facebook lets its users add lots […]

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How to choose an nhs consultant

The NHS Constitution gives people living in England the right to choose where to receive treatment. You have the right to: choose your GP surgery, unless there are reasonable grounds to refuse (for example, you live outside the area that the surgery covers) make choices about your NHS care, and to receive information to support […]

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How to cook sago

Sago is the starch extracted from piths of tropical palm stems and is commercially produced and commonly sold in the form of pearls. They are usually cooked in water or choice of liquid and widely used in beverages and desserts. These spheres are really easy to prepare, requiring only for the most part boiling in […]