Can you decrypt hidden text?
[3126] Can you decrypt hidden text? - Look carefully image and try to decrypt hidden text. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 5 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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Can you decrypt hidden text?

Look carefully image and try to decrypt hidden text.
Correct answers: 5
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
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Some people are good at being in love

Some people are good at being in love. Some people are good at love. Two very different things, I think. Being in love is the romantic part—sex all the time, midday naps in the sheets, the jokes, the laughs, the fun, long conversations with no pauses, overwhelming separation anxiety… Just the best sides of both people, you know? But love begins when the excitement of being in love starts to fade: the stress of life sets in, the butterflies disappear, the sex not so often, the tears, the sadness, the arguments, the cattiness; the worst parts of both people. But if you still want that person by your side through all of those things… that’s when you know—that’s when you know you’re good at love.
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Filippo Silvestri

Born 22 Jun 1873; died 10 Jun 1949 at age 75.Italian entomologist, best remembered for his pioneering work in polyembryony, the development of more than one individual from a single fertilized egg cell. During the late 1930s Silvestri discovered that this type of reproduction occurs in the insect species Litomatix truncatellus. His finding, resulting from a close analysis of the reproductive stages, cell division, and egg structure of these parasitic hymenopterans, attracted the attention of many biologists because of its implications for the nature of the egg and the causes of multiple generation. He also studied the morphology and biology of the Termitidae, the most highly evolved family of termites. He also made a comparative study of the form and structure of the millipede and the centipede.
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