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    cleaning
  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"

  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing





    clothes
  • Items worn to cover the body

  • (clothing) a covering designed to be worn on a person's body


  • A feature of all modern human societies is the wearing of clothing, a category encompassing a wide variety of materials that cover the body. The primary purpose of clothing is functional, as a protection from the elements.

  • apparel: clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"





    tips
  • (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"

  • Predict as likely to win or achieve something

  • (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed

  • Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services

  • (tip) gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)











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How to Get and Keep Your Closet Organized


How to Get and Keep Your Closet Organized



Being organized has a big influence on our daily lives. We have recently seen several television shows that deal with this problem. It goes way beyond just being messy. If being organized is a challenge for you “How to Get and Keep Your Closet Organized” has some great tips to offer you.

Organizing Your Closet – Where To Start
Organizing Your Coat Closet
Custom Closet Organizing Ideas
What Should And Shouldn't Be In Your Closet
Closet Organization Tips
Custom Closet Organizers For Children
Different Ways To Organize Your Clothes
Custom Closet Organizers
Closet Organization For Two
Enjoy Your Closet
How Organizing A Closet Can Help You Shop…and more

Being organized has a big influence on our daily lives. We have recently seen several television shows that deal with this problem. It goes way beyond just being messy. If being organized is a challenge for you “How to Get and Keep Your Closet Organized” has some great tips to offer you.

Organizing Your Closet – Where To Start
Organizing Your Coat Closet
Custom Closet Organizing Ideas
What Should And Shouldn't Be In Your Closet
Closet Organization Tips
Custom Closet Organizers For Children
Different Ways To Organize Your Clothes
Custom Closet Organizers
Closet Organization For Two
Enjoy Your Closet
How Organizing A Closet Can Help You Shop…and more










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After the Battle (6-4-9) Part 1




After the Battle (6-4-9) Part 1





arin Perian is curled on the couch, head on a rolled up blanket, another one wound around her. She's reading something and staying pretty quiet.

Rick Hauser steps through the elevator and into the main area. He brushes his worn jersey down a bit, a relic of another age. He'll then look over to Tarin and stroll on over, not seeing her injuries from staring at her back as he leans over the spine of the couch.

Tarin Perian slowly shifts her head as she feels the couch shift. Her ability to hear subtleties is still fucked but she can hear conversations okay. She looks up at him and gives him a faint excuse for a smile. "Heya."

Rick Hauser clasps his hands together and smiles down to her, "Hey there.... woah! What the hell happened to... I mean, are you alright, kiddo? Shit went down hard last night, but didn't know you were in the midst of the fray."

Tarin Perian pulls her feet up a little and sits up. "Yeah...I ran the print and the phone records...and called it in to Simon and Dad...and she came down to 'help'. I managed to open the Agency line I set up to Parx's specs and kept the info going..."

Rick Hauser raises an eyebrow, "You're talking about Roma, aren't you? I heard about that...and saw some of the 'leftovers'... Well it's great that you're relatively alright though."

Tarin Perian nods a little. "Yeah, she was...a bit psycho. Shot Esha and Simon..." She swallows and sets the book aside. "I'm just pissed she got the drop on me. I didn't..."

Rick Hauser shrugs a bit, "Well nobody can expect everything... I mean, I generally don't trust hybrids, not to mention that I'm allergic to them... but still, you thought she was on your side. Shit like that you don't expect..." He'll then vault over the back of the couch and plop down on the cushion, leaning up against the arm rest, "Besides... I don't think she's fit to get the drop on anyone anymore."

Tarin Perian glances over at him. "I sorta heard, but don't know much beyond people are patched up." She shifts the book again and glances over. "You okay? I mean, looks like everyone else went to curl up with their Someone Important." She gives him a wry smile.

Rick Hauser nods slowly, "Good to know no one got... no one else was killed." He then glance over to her and toss her a grin, "Then only other person who I considered important before Blackstar, is running around somewhere trying to make my blood pressure go up."

Tarin Perian tips her head and looks at him. "Oh?" It's got the tone of 'tell me a story'. "Who's that?" She moves her legs carefully and sucks in a soft breath, settling again. "Ribs..." she mutters low.

Rick Hauser snorts and leans back a bit, "Well... Before I came to Midian, I met this girl named, Layla, on my travel to the free city. She was nineteen...still is, and naive. She was heading from somewhere, never got the full story, but I took pity on her and took her under my wing. Came here, got a place with her, and that's pretty much it in the short run. Nice kid, she's got a good head on her shoulders, even if she drives me nuts at times..." He'll then look at Tarin with a concerned look, "You alright? Nothing broken right?

Tarin Perian huhs. "Girlfriend?" She is trying so hard to be cool. To be in control. To act like this was something she could do everyday. "Broke my nose, but it's been set. Ribs aren't broke, just bruised, but that was from th'dog, not R..." she stops. "Y'know...I don't think I want to say her name."

Rick Hauser nods slowly, "Yeah, I know what you mean... No offense, but this is one of the perks of being the FNG. Back in the old days, we gave the new guy hell for it, but we all wore stars and stripes back then too. So yeah, I'm not really close with anyone here... No offense of course, I hope to change that though." He then shrugs at the girlfriend comment, "I dunno... I mean, hell... I could be her father. Right now, I'm looking after her. There's not a lot of old people these days, you kids are the future and all that jazz."

Tarin Perian: "I didn't know her really, either. Only met her once or twice - like when Ro hired me on as Support staff. I'm more worried about my Dad. He's not my real dad either. Just...offered to take Sel and I in, help us out...stuff like that. Sel, he's kinda old for that though, but...I really appreciate it. His girl, Esha? She...didn't do so well with a teenager running around, so I just got my own place recently. But..it's still nice t'know that someone out there actually gives a shit if you're alive or dead."

Rick Hauser nods and smirks a bit, "Yeah, it is a good feeling when you know there's someone out there for you. Kinda makes you want to stay alive, keep fighting for something, win, etcetera, etcetera..." He chuckles a bit.

Tarin Perian











UNHCR News Story: Fighting against silence: refugees living with HIV in northern Ecuador




UNHCR News Story: Fighting against silence: refugees living with HIV in northern Ecuador





Lucilda, a young mother of two, recently discovered that her husband had infected her with HIV. He recently died and the Colombian refugee finds herself alone in an area where people living with HIV or AIDS are stigmatized.
UNHCR / V. Rodas

Fighting against silence: refugees living with HIV in northern Ecuador

LAGO AGRIO, Ecuador, January 27 (UNHCR) – Ten years ago, a teenager called Lucilda* fled her home in Colombia because she feared her mother's rage after going to a party without permission. She should have stayed and faced the music.

Instead, the 25-year-old ended up marrying a violent, unfaithful man and fleeing to northern Ecuador's Sucumbios province with him and his family to escape conflict in southern Colombia's Putumayo department. Today, Lucilda is struggling to raise two children, her husband is dead and she is living with HIV.

"He was very ill, but he didn't want to go to see a doctor. I took him and they told us what was going on. They also said that I was infected," she said: "He knew that he had AIDS, but he never told me," she added bitterly.

Tragic as her story is, Lucilda is just one of a small, but growing, number of people living with HIV in Sucumbios and its capital, Lago Agrio, where some 20 per cent of the population of 60,000 are Colombian refugees. At least 30 people here had HIV or AIDS as of the end of last year, or double the number for 2009.

"This figure is certainly just the tip of the iceberg with regard to the number of people who are infected with HIV," said Paul Speigel, head of UNHCR's Geneva-based Public Health and HIV Section.

But tackling the problem is difficult in a conservative, male-dominated society, where those living with HIV or suffering from AIDS, especially women, face stigmatization. UNHCR and its partners are trying to counter this mindset and to spread awareness about the disease and the importance of safe sex.

A special UNHCR programme to improve disease prevention, implemented by community health workers, has helped to educate refugees and host communities in isolated areas of the jungle surrounding Lago Agrio. They also give lessons on sexual health, family planning and general health services.

Meanwhile, at least Lucilda's children were not infected and she receives free medical treatment in Ecuador. But the young woman has been made to feel like a pariah by the relatives of her husband, who died four months ago. "They are scared of me," she said. "They don't even want to touch me. They say that I will spread the disease with my sweat."

They are the only people, aside from medical staff in Lago Agrio, who know the truth about her health. "I'm afraid that if other people know, I won't be able to work anymore," said Lucilda, who cleans clothes for oil industry workers to earn enough to pay for spartan accommodation and to feed her children. "The owner of the room where I live offered me sex to pay the rent," she claimed.

All those years after running away from her mother's wrath, Lucilda is alone, ill and scared of the future. She never imagined anything like this as a wilful teenager. When she ran away from home without any documentation, she existed by taking poorly paid jobs, including working as a barmaid.

But in one town in Putumayo she met and fell in love with a local man. They were soon wed and two children followed in rapid succession. Then she found out that he was fooling around with other girls.

"I didn't want him to touch me, but he took a knife and forced me," she recalled. "I felt as if I had been raped." Lucilda, with little other choice, stuck by her husband when they fled to Ecuador. She later found out she was HIV positive.

"Here life is also hard. You don't know people, everything is different. When doctors told me I also had the disease I thought about jumping under a car," she told UNHCR.

Xavier Creach, head of the UNHCR sub-office in Lago Agrio, said the case raised concern about societal attitudes. "The stigma associated to sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV, escalates the risks because of society's silence," he noted.

* – name changed for protection reasons

By Sonia Aguilar in Lago Agrio, Ecuador











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