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What do you know about the temperature curve?

The temperature curve is a natural method that allows you to better know your cycle and identify the day of your ovulation. But how does it work? Question (1/5) Ovulation occurs when my temperature ... Increases Decrease Response Before ovulation, the curve is usually between 36.1 ° and 36.7 ° C.
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Pregnancy

First names to hum: Etienne

First names to hum: Etienne Etienne Etienne, Etienne, Etienne ... You may have your idea of ​​baby name with this song by Guesh Patti, real success in 1988. From the Greek stephanos, "the crown", he celebrates the December 26th. To discover :
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Sibby pronunciation - Meaning of origin

Origin of the name: Greek Meaning of the name: Derived from Sibyl, Greek sibylla, "prophetess". In Rome and Greece, Sibylle was a name given to women who read the future in oracles. Saint Sibylle was a 13th century Cistercian nun of Belgian origin. His birthday: October 9th.
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Name Malvin - Meaning and origin

Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons, Celts Meaning of the given name: Derived from the feminine given name Malvina. The latter is composed of the Celtic terms maol and mhin, meaning "the one with smooth eyebrows". Celebrities: The American screenwriter Malvin Daniel Wald (1917-2008) and the American athlete Malvin Whitfield.
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Surveys

What character for your little Virgin?

Rather wise and obedient, the Virgin is also perfectionist and extremely logical. And your little Virgin to you, how is it? Check the character trait that best fits your child. Which trait of character corresponds best to your little Virgin? Obedient. Perfectionist.
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Tricot Tunic with Tunisian neckline

A bit of holiday ... With its crocheted neckline and straight sleeves, here is the miniature version of the comfortable tunic. See explanations. A holiday look ... With its crocheted neckline and straight sleeves, here is the miniature version of the comfortable tunic. See explanations.
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