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Electricity dispatching

Dispatching of electricity, an item that we may have seen in the bill, struggling to understand what it was. Let's see what this term means, why it is necessary and how it affects what we have to pay. Dispatching definition Dispatching, by definition, is the "coordinated management of the inputs and withdrawals of electricity and the flows of electricity on the transmission grid. for the purpose of maintaining the balance of the electricity system in safe conditions ".
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The pesticides pandemic

More than one hundred peasant and socio-environmental organizations support quarantine care, agree on the importance of health over business - as is the case with the coronavirus - but demand that a similar action be taken against pesticides. "From the pandemic of the agribusiness who takes care of us?
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Dunker or Norwegian Hound

Dunker, from Norway, a medium sized hound little known flowers from his country of origin but with good character and an athletic and agreeable appearance. It is a dog belonging to the group of hounds and blood trail dogs, it sports a strong build but not too much, certainly not so much as to be defined as heavy.
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Choke collar: what it is and why it is dangerous

The choke collar consists of a chain or a lace with two rings at the ends, like the one you see above. Most dog owners and experts argue that it is not good to use it because it can cause pain and serious physical damage to the dog. Choke collar: why it exists The choke collar was once used by breeders to manage "not obedient" dogs: its “functioning” foresees that, when a dog “pulls” the leash, the chain tightens around its neck, causing it pain and making it soothe.
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Diarrhea in cats

Diarrhea in cats, not pleasant, but if you share spaces and days with a feline, it can happen that you find yourself managing it. Not as frequent as in dogs but not as unusual, especially for indoor cats. Many times it does not hide any serious pathology but it is always better not to wait too many days before contacting the vet.
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