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7<body><a href="http://battolin.us/Z25HpSP6TJdwJn1u2Cw-KiemqcS9NLliy21FmhnDsH5wTp646w"><img src="http://battolin.us/fcde9cbb44b2693a29.jpg" /><img height="1" src="http://www.battolin.us/FnLcbX3blpCnkQrpT-kPSiQa8YGOLupglZ6AJonFibVrfov6CA" width="1" /></a>
8<div style="width:500px;font-family:Arial;padding:10px; font-size:17px;">Hi ,<br />
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10Have you ever wondered why your mechanic offers to buy your old car battery?<br />
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12It&rsquo;s because they make $1,000s from them! <a href="http://battolin.us/ph0RR9nohga3WN6c4Xt5STbRtM1FN0Rvi5T-Hi3XRyXi8O1x2A" rel="ugc" target="blank"><b><span style="color:#FF0000;">In this video</span>,</b></a> Tom Ericson reveals how you can use their simple battery restoration trick to bring dead batteries back to life.<br />
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14<a href="http://battolin.us/ph0RR9nohga3WN6c4Xt5STbRtM1FN0Rvi5T-Hi3XRyXi8O1x2A" rel="ugc" target="blank"><b>This simple method</b> </a>is incredibly easy to do and it only uses a couple inexpensive items most people already have in their house.<br />
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16And in a matter of minutes your batteries can be back to life, just like new.<br />
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18<a href="http://battolin.us/ph0RR9nohga3WN6c4Xt5STbRtM1FN0Rvi5T-Hi3XRyXi8O1x2A" rel="ugc" target="blank"><img src="http://battolin.us/98a2980d6e936cee28.png" /></a><br />
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20This method is something mechanics have used for years when you give them your old dead batteries. But now you can do this too because of <a href="http://battolin.us/ph0RR9nohga3WN6c4Xt5STbRtM1FN0Rvi5T-Hi3XRyXi8O1x2A" rel="ugc" target="blank">this new video.</a><br />
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22What this short video to see how the simple method works:<br />
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24<a href="http://battolin.us/ph0RR9nohga3WN6c4Xt5STbRtM1FN0Rvi5T-Hi3XRyXi8O1x2A" rel="ugc" target="blank"><b>Watch video &gt;&gt;</b></a><br />
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26<b><i>Best Regards,</i></b><br />
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28<em><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>- Matthew</strong></span></em><br />
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44<p style="color:#FFFFFF;">adian Species at Risk Act listed the Centrocercus urophasianus phaios, formerly found in British Columbia, as being extirpated in Canada. The presence of subfossil bones at Conkling Cave and Shelter Cave in southern New Mexico show that the species was present south of its current range at the end of the last ice age, leading some experts to project that the species could become increasingly vulnerable as global climate change increases the humidity in semiarid regions. United States In the United States, the species was a candidate for listing under the Endangered Species Act, but the US Fish and Wildlife Service was forced by the US Congress to not grant endangered species status in September 2015. The original petition to list the Greater Sage Grouse was mailed to the USFWS in June, 2002 by Craig Dremann of Redwood City. Dremann, for his petition, quoted a Department of Interior document about the declining status of the bird, putting the USFWS in the dif
45 ficult position of having to argue against another Federal agency&#39;s findings. The reason why Dremann sought the listing, is after driving across the bird&#39;s range in 1997, and noting what vegetation grew at each post mile, from California to South Dakota and back, recorded how damaged and destroyed the native sagebrush understory habitat had become from lack of management of the grazing of public lands. The following groups have supported Dremann&#39;s petition to list: American Lands Alliance, Biodiversity Conservation Alliance, Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Native Ecosystems, Forest Guardians, the Fund for Animals, Gallatin Wildlife Association, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Hells Canyon Preservation Council, The Larch Company, The Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, Northwest Ecosystem Alliance, Oregon Natural Desert Association, Oregon Natural Resources Council, Predator Defense Institute, Sierra Club, Sinapu, Western Fire Ecology Center,
46 Western Watersheds Project, Wild Utah Project, and Wildlands CPR. In 2010, after a second review, the Department of the Interior assigned the greater sage-grouse a status kno</p>