A young man was #Crushed in a machine to death in Pakpattan 🇵🇰. The 21-year-old, Rashid was #Tortured & crushed under a rotavator after he had a quarrel with suspect Iftekhar & his three accomplices.
#Mother of the victim said the cruel people killed him so cold-bloodedly that she could not even get to see face of her son. She said he was cut into #Pieces. Requesting the chief justice of Pakistan for justice the father said Iftekhar was his #Only son to take care of the family which he had lost.
The family of the deceased has #Filed a case against the culprits seeking justice from the relevant authorities. As for this incident to reach the Chief justice 🇵🇰 saqib Nisar it depends on how much this gets Viral. #JusticeForRashid
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RIP lost two dogs I love today one of old age, my best friend our family dog. The other was not my dog but a shelter dog I spent endless hours working with to get him to trust people. I gave them all the love I had 💔 #crushed#heartbroken
conforto do gel com acabamento semi-matte e longa duração. Hidrata Os Lábios💄🌹😘
Cor nítida e duradoura num batom em gel macio. Finalmente, um batom de longa duração que os seus lábios vão adorar.😍
Post New Orleans 70.3 race meal at Parkway Tavern - Surf & Turf Po’ Boy with Gravy (Roast Beef & Fried Shrimp), Homemade Alligator Sausage and Turkey gumbo, Bag of Zapp’s, Fried Pickles, French Fries, Large Barq’s Soda, and Banana Pudding. The Saints are on TV, and the stuff on the walls are pure homage. - I don’t play, dawg. #crushed@parkwaypoorboys#neworleansfood#geauxsaints
What #Flaxseed Offers for #Health
Flaxseed is a super #seed that is universally known for its #health-protective properties. It is a staple in the #nutrition world and is known for being a rich source of healthy #omega-3#fatty#acids,#antioxidants, and #fiber.
Flaxseed comes from the flax plant (also known as #Linum#usitatissimum), which grows to be about 2 feet tall. It likely was first grown in #Egypt but has been cultivated all around the world.
The flax plant can be woven into linen -- its fibers are two to three times as strong as #cotton! When the #plant first came to North America, it was primarily grown to produce clothing. In the mid-20th century, however, cotton took over as the United States' fiber of choice, so these days, most places in North America that grow flax do so to produce #seeds.
Its #nutty-tasting seeds can be eaten on their own or #crushed and cold-pressed to release flaxseed #oil. For decades, it had been common to find flaxseed (also called linseed) used in things like cereal or bread. But it's developed a niche in the health food scene in the past decade or so. People have become knowledgeable about the crop's many health benefits and now have many ways to get their fill, whether as a supplement or as an ingredient they add to a variety of #foods. You may even have noticed that flaxseed's been incorporated into your pet's food.
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