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opcje binarne straty Yesterday, Amy and her little friends celebrated Fasching at kindergarten – something that you might not be familiar with if you don’t have German, Austrian or Swiss roots. Fasching is basically a Christian carnival celebration before Lent that is celebrated in big parts of Europe.
strategie vincenti nel prevedere azioni binarie These days, religious reasons have taken a step back and people celebrate it just to have fun and dress up which is exactly what Amy did yesterday. Every year, a whole day in kindergarten is dedicated to Fasching. The kids all have a buffet-style breakfast together with lots of delicious treats and everything is decorated with balloons, confetti and garlands.
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