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  • a later concluding time period; "it was the evening of the Roman Empire"
  • In the evening; every evening
  • the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall); "he enjoyed the evening light across the lake"
  • the early part of night (from dinner until bedtime) spent in a special way; "an evening at the opera"
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • Look at or watch closely or with interest
  • look at
  • the organ of sight
  • good discernment (either visually or as if visually); "she has an eye for fresh talent"; "he has an artist's eye"
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How To Apply the Bible
How To Apply the Bible
The Bible holds objective, unwavering truth. But whats the secret to applying that truth to our lives? And how do we avoid misapplying it? How to Apply the Bible explains the process of reading, understanding, and doing Scripture. Sunday school teachers, pastors, and Bible study leaders will grab on to key principles that revolutionize the way we communicate Gods truth to others, including:
determining the objective message
being specific about application, then taking manageable action steps
utilizing several application techniques
balancing study time versus application time
inviting the Holy Spirit to help us live Gods Word Getting the most out of the Bible becomes easier as readers enjoy the benefit of visual charts, chapter-at-a-glance summaries, and four practical appendixes. This book was originally published by Tyndale in 1993.

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Pink Eye - Chandra
Pink Eye - Chandra
Conjunctivitis, commonly known as pinkeye, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the clear membrane that covers the white part of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids. While pinkeye can sometimes be alarming because it may make the eyes extremely red and can spread rapidly, it's a fairly common condition and usually causes no long-term eye or vision damage. But if your child shows symptoms of pinkeye, it's important to see a doctor. Some kinds of pinkeye go away on their own, but other types require treatment. Conjunctivitis can be caused by infections (such as bacteria and viruses), allergies, or substances that irritate the eyes. Causes of Pinkeye Pinkeye can be caused by many of the bacteria and viruses responsible for colds and other infections, β€” including ear infections, sinus infections, and sore throats β€” and by the same types of bacteria that cause the sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) chlamydia and gonorrhea. Pinkeye also can be caused by allergies. These cases tend to happen more frequently among kids who also have other allergic conditions, such as hay fever. Some triggers of allergic conjunctivitis include grass, ragweed pollen, animal dander, and dust mites. Sometimes a substance in the environment can irritate the eyes and cause pinkeye; for example, chemicals (such as chlorine and soaps) and air pollutants (such as smoke and fumes). Pinkeye in Newborns Newborns are particularly susceptible to pinkeye and can be more prone to serious health complications if it goes untreated. If a baby is born to a mother who has an STD, during delivery the bacteria or virus can pass from the birth canal into the baby's eyes, causing pinkeye. To prevent this, doctors give antibiotic ointment or eye drops to all babies immediately after birth. Occasionally, this preventive treatment causes a mild chemical conjunctivitis, which typically clears up on its own. Doctors also can screen pregnant women for STDs and treat them during pregnancy to prevent transmission of the infection to the baby. Many babies are born with a narrow or blocked tear duct, a condition which usually clears up on its own. Sometimes, though, it can lead to conjunctivitis. Symptoms of Pinkeye The different types of pinkeye can have different symptoms. And symptoms can vary from child to child. One of the most common symptoms is discomfort in the eye. A child may say that it feels like there's sand in the eye. Many kids have redness of the eye and inner eyelid, which is why conjunctivitis is often called pinkeye. It can also cause discharge from the eyes, which may cause the eyelids to stick together when the child awakens in the morning. Some kids have swollen eyelids or sensitivity to bright light. In cases of allergic conjunctivitis, itchiness and tearing are common symptoms. Contagiousness Cases of pinkeye that are caused by bacteria and viruses are contagious. (Conjunctivitis caused by allergies or environmental irritants are not.) A child can get pinkeye by touching an infected person or something an infected person has touched, such as a used tissue. In the summertime, pinkeye can spread when kids swim in contaminated water or share contaminated towels. It also can be spread through coughing and sneezing. Doctors usually recommend keeping kids diagnosed with contagious conjunctivitis out of school, day care, or summer camp for a short time. Someone who has pinkeye in one eye can also inadvertently spread it to the other eye by touching the infected eye, then touching the other one. Preventing Pinkeye To prevent pinkeye caused by infections, teach kids to wash their hands often with warm water and soap. They also should not share eye drops, tissues, eye makeup, washcloths, towels, or pillowcases with other people. Be sure to wash your own hands thoroughly after touching an infected child's eyes, and throw away items like gauze or cotton balls after they've been used. Wash towels and other linens that the child has used in hot water separately from the rest of the family's laundry to avoid contamination. If you know your child is prone to allergic conjunctivitis, keep windows and doors closed on days when the pollen is heavy, and dust and vacuum frequently to limit allergy triggers in the home. Irritant conjunctivitis can only be prevented by avoiding the irritating causes. Many cases of pinkeye in newborns can be prevented by screening and treating pregnant women for STDs. A pregnant woman may have bacteria in her birth canal even if she shows no symptoms, which is why prenatal screening is important. Treating Pinkeye Pinkeye caused by a virus usually goes away on its own without any treatment. If a doctor suspects that the pinkeye has been caused by a bacterial infection, antibiotic eye drops or ointment will be prescribed. Sometimes it can be a challenge to get kids to tolerate eye drops several times a day. If you're having trouble, put the drops on the inner corner of your child's closed eye β€” when th
Look 145-2
Look 145-2
2nd pose of look 145. This is my 5 minutes to get to work on time look. Nothing fancy but I did try my new Coastal Scents 88 Ultra Shimmer Palette and I love love love it. Now these are definatly shimmery but I would still have to say my Beauties Factory 18 palette is even shimmerier (almost as if someone pressed glitter kinda shimmer). Maybe I'll just start refering to my 18 as Uber Shimmer. There's a handfull of colors in the 120 that are also Uber Shimmer (there's also ultra shimmer, satin and matte, which is why the 120 selection just can't be beat though the 88 does come damn close). Another thing I love about this 88, is what everybody loves; the color payoff. The pink I used today is AMAZING! (Pink #73) and look how bright it is and I used NO base color and it came out that vibrant. It's hard getting pink to actually look pink without a color base but this palette is a miracle worker. Which also saved me time in my rush to get to work this morning lol. Another thing I must confess is - it HypMoTizes me, not just hypno - HypMotize, my little word for being to applied to all things visually distracting. (I make up words I have a whole dictionary). I can't stop staring at this palette, seriously. @_@ I keep touching it, opening it, touching it, opening it, staring and looking and looking and swatching and looking some more. I keep it on my desk in front of me just to stare and touch, stare and touch. It's not only beautiful to wear its beautiful to look at. To me its like a work o' art. This is how you know my makeup obsession has pushed me into the realm of dangerously obsessed. If I took this palette outside I'd get distracted by it and wander into traffic (better not leave the house with it any time soon lol). All shadows used are Coastal Scents 88 Ultra Shimmer. I use a left to right row numbering system same as with my 120 and 18 beauties factory. Pink #73 for lid. Purple #39 for under eye. Blue #60 for tear duct. Fleshtone #23 for highlight. For waterline Pencil me in liner in Orchid Sparks. ITS COMING ITS COMING! I've decided that I'm going to make a video (with pictures for flicr, of course) finally showing my collection and my storage method. I have a mile long list of mineral pigments and glitters I want (and at least one more eye liner) but I'm sure before I finishing getting everything on that wishlist, which'll take a while, I'll be adding something else to it (thats always how it goes with makeup) so there's no point in me waiting for my collection to be complete - there's no such thing in makeup obsession as a "complete" collection. So I'll go ahead and show you guys what I have so far and just update it every 6 or 12 months depending on how much I add or change. So expect that tomorrow.

how to apply evening eye makeup
how to apply evening eye makeup
The Invisible Force: 365 Ways to Apply the Power of Intention to Your Life
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer has put together this little book in order to convey the fact that intention is a field of energy that flows invisibly beyond the reach of our normal, everyday habitual patterns. It’s a force that we all have within us, and we have the power to draw it into our lives by being the energy we want to attract.

Use the uplifting material within these pages to bring the power of intention into your life for many years to come, and experience the world in a new and exciting way!