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Belgium Project Targets Cancer Patients For Crazy And Outlandish Makeovers

The only condition was that the participants have to keep their eyes closed at all times until the make-up artists and hair stylists are done transforming them. The amazing idea came after patients admitted to missing those moments of joy when they didn't worry about their health and were just carefree. The foundation's staff decided to offer a lucky few exactly that feeling by transforming them completely and taking their mind off their health problems at least for one second. The outlandish looks they got caused moments of shock and hysterical laughter as a photographer captured all of the 20 participants' mirror reactions. The extreme makeovers included giant wigs and hairdos, bold colors, dreads, weird accessories, amazing make-up and hilarious results. As expected, the results proved the official theory: by focusing their attention on positive things, patients remembered how it was to walk in life without the cancer burden and experienced at least a few moments of that "carefree" period they all missed so much. All the challenges a cancer patient has to endure breaks away pieces of happiness from their lives, an operation is always difficult and painful, the following treatments often long and hard. The impact of the disease is different for everyone but still has significant consequences on the patient's life," President of Mimi Foundation says, according to Daily Mail . The overall result was amazing and ended up being explained in a special book and exhibit created by the foundation.
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New Food Truck Brings Belgium Liege Waffles to the Valley

And they can be fussy to make. You have to get the temperature just right so the sugar doesn't burn." Waffle Crush, which hit the road in early November, offers four kinds of signature Liege waffles (as well as a build-your-own option) that include one with a Biscoff cookie spread, strawberries, and cream; and another that's topped with Nutella, vanilla ice cream, and a stick of chocolate. Prices are $7.50 and $8. Given that Brenay lives in Queen Creek and Durling in Gilbert, Waffle Crush stays mainly in the East Valley but occasionally makes stops in Phoenix and Scottsdale ("When the travel and kids thing works go out," Brenay says laughing.) Find out where it will be next by checking out its Facebook page. Follow Chow Bella on Facebook and Twitter and Pinterest . Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone?
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Belgium: 130 cars crash in fog; at least 1 dead

While the Belgium head coach refuses to label great site qualification an easy task, he is confident the team can progress. "It's an interesting group," said Wilmots. "There are no world-class players within our opponents. "I'm not saying it will be an easy group, but our first objective to reach the round of 16 is still the same." Belgium captain Vincent Kompany believes his side will have no excuses should they fail to reach the last 16. "(It is) interesting but also treacherous," he toldSportwereld."We can not hide. The next round is a must." Striker Romelu Lukaku, who is currently on loan at Premier League outfit Everton from Chelsea, echoed Kompany's sentiments. "This is a good draw for us," added Lukaku.
More: http://www.goal.com/en/news/3790/world-cup-2014/2013/12/06/4460060/wilmots-no-world-class-opponents-in-belgiums-group

New Belgium introduces new Snapshot Wheat as year-round beer

The unexpected omissions were Italy and the Netherlands. Some may say that Colombia were lucky to be seeded. However, Colombia did qualify second in South America, which many experts would regard the toughest group to qualify for a World Cup. Also Colombia did make the quarter finals of the Copa America in 2011. I give Colombia the benefit of the doubt.
More: http://www.theroar.com.au/2013/12/10/why-belgium-and-switzerland-should-not-be-seeded/

Wilmots: No world-class opponents in Belgium's group

AAonuevo, InterAksyon.com December 11, 2013 4:51 PM InterAksyon.com means BUSINESS MANILA - A Belgian renewable energy developer is all set to put up large-scale solar farms in the Philippines. Dennis C. Ibarra, Enfinity Philippines Technology Services Inc president, told reporters that the company will put up 10- to 20-megawatt solar power facilities starting in Mindanao. "Next year, three to four should go into construction [but] we might go faster. Weve been working on the permits and certifications," he said. Enfinity Philippines is a subsidiary of Belgium-based global solar power developer Enfinity Corp.The company earlier bagged 18 out of the 34 service contracts that the Department of Energy issued for solar power projects.
More: http://www.interaksyon.com/business/76657/belgiums-enfinity-to-build-3-4-solar-power-plants-in-mindanao

Belgium's Enfinity to build 3-4 solar power plants in Mindanao

But take comfort: He plans to bottle and distribute in metro Denver. Denver's pioneering Wynkoop Brewing Co. has been trying to break free of how it is http://choolfnencheacessinc.webs.com/apps/blog/show/39021228-don-t-make-the-crucial-mistake-of-selecting-a-seo-buffalo-ny-web-design-company-based-on-their-cost-alone- often stereotyped as pretty middle of the road. Now the state's first brewpub will get the space to prove it , with plans to renovate a basement area that has long housed the Impulse Theater comedy club into a barrel cellar and higher-end tasting room. Head brewery Andy Brown said the renovation will allow the brewery to bring in foudres, towering oak barrels it will use to create sour beer. "It's going to be really cool," he said. "It keeps me interested and challenged, and lets me make a lot more different styles of beer, which we are trying to do here.
More: http://www.denverpost.com/fitness/ci_24688935/new-belgium-introduces-new-snapshot-wheat-year-round

Why Belgium and Switzerland should not be seeded

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