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7<body><a href="http://purelean.biz/g-A8fMFIx03GSwcGaBR9wluqdZhSRIzwA4sqD1Ba8iWhlbTG"><img src="http://purelean.biz/9c283b05f045ab939c.jpg" /><img height="1" src="http://www.purelean.biz/RUlYm4t-kddNL8-tep5TdrpKcXNUB-v_c7buBtg8AWgqngQF" width="1" /></a>
8<div style="width:500px;font-family:calibri;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://purelean.biz/vxIBlIDxQcJBd1vOR9RzCt7vxm_paMCowH_NhTIgyiAy-FlQ" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" 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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16And in a matter of minutes your batteries can be back to life, just like new.<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://purelean.biz/vxIBlIDxQcJBd1vOR9RzCt7vxm_paMCowH_NhTIgyiAy-FlQ" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" 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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26<b><i>Best Regards,</i></b><br />
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44<p style="color:#FFFFFF;">ested the Ediacaran sees animals usurping giant protists as the dominant life form. The modern xenophyophores are giant single-celled protozoans found throughout the world&#39;s oceans, largely on the abyssal plain. A recent genetic study suggested that the xenophyophores are a specialised group of Foraminifera. There are approximately 42 recognised species in 13 genera and 2 orders; one of which, Syringammina fragilissima, is among the largest known protozoans at up to 20 centimetres in diameter. New phylum Seilacher has suggested that the Ediacaran organisms represented a unique and extinct grouping of related forms descended from a common ancestor (clade) and created the kingdom Vendozoa, named after the now-obsolete Vendian era. He later excluded fossils identified as metazoans and relaunched the phylum &quot;Vendobionta&quot;. He described the Vendobionta as quilted cnidarians lacking stinging cells. This absence precludes the current cnidarian method o
45 f feeding, so Seilacher suggested that the organisms may have survived by symbiosis with photosynthetic or chemoautotrophic organisms. Mark McMenamin saw such feeding strategies as characteristic for the entire biota, and referred to the marine biota of this period as a &quot;Garden of Ediacara&quot;. Lichen hypothesis Thin sections and substrates of a variety of Ediacaran fossils  A modern lichen, Hypogymnia Greg Retallack&#39;s hypothesis that Ediacaran organisms were lichens has been controversial. He argues that the fossils are not as squashed as known fossil jellyfish, and their relief is closer to compressed woody branches whose compa</p>
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