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* Abdou Diouf and Macky Sall respectively 2nd and 4th President of the Republic of Senegal 🇸🇳 studied at Cheikh Anta Diop University. * The death penalty 💀 is abolished on December 10, 2004. * Lieutenant Mame Rokhaya LO is the first female pilot 👩🏾‍✈️from Senegal. * Me Bassins Niang is the first woman lawyer 👩🏾‍⚖️ in Senegal 🇸🇳 in 1975. * Since 1959, Mandinka music 🎼 has integrated Western instruments such as guitar 🎸, bass and drums 🥁. * At 27, Dieynaba Sidibe was the first graffiti woman in Senegal 🇸🇳. * Zeyna (Seynabou Ndoye) became the first Dj woman in Senegal 🇸🇳 at the age of 20. * The Toucouleurs, Sonikés and Wolofs were the first to convert to the Muslim religion in Senegal 🇸🇳. * Of the 8 species of baobabs that exist, the Baobab Adansonia digitata L is the one that grows in Africa. * Cereal most cultivated in Senegal 🇸🇳, millet is not the most consumed. * The Senegalese Football Federation 🥅 ⚽️ was created in 1960. * The presidential palace of Senegal 🇸🇳 was built by the French architect Henri Deglane. * Caroline Faye Diop was the first woman minister in Senegal 🇸🇳, she was in charge of social affairs from March 1978 to April 1979. * Fabrice Allouche, in 2010, former champion of kickboxing is the first white to integrate a school of struggle 🤼 sénégalaise.

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Un Français bat le record du monde du discours le plus long: 124 heures

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Whether You Want to Lose Fat or Gain Muscle, Your Diet Needs This 1 Thing

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Au Ghana, la présence d’ex-détenus de Guantanamo jugée « inconstitutionnelle »

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35. If you want very thin slices of Paris mushrooms, 5 minutes in the freezer, you can then slice them without any problem. - Are you preparing a fruit salad in advance? To prevent apples, pears or peaches from oxidizing, sprinkle with liquid honey. - It is better not to freeze the biscuits, fond of pie ... because they become soft and will not be more crispy. - Use coca to pick a frying pan or saucepan. 36. Do your hands smell like fish? Cut a lemon in half and press the halves on your hands. Rub, then rinse. - To get rid of those lingering smells on your fingers. Put some toothpaste in your hand and rub! 37. To remove ink stains from clothes, rub the stain with milk and wash the garment as usual. - To remove black spots on your beautiful white shoes, simply clean them with nail polish remover. - To remove pencil marks on a hard surface, simply rub them with a chewing gum. - Take old newspapers to wipe the windows you just washed. This leaves no trace. - To keep a stainless steel or fiberglass washbasin cleaner longer, just add some baby oil with a paper towel after cleaning. - To remove black soot from candlesticks, rub them with a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover. - To remove the felt pencil marks on furniture and melamine, simply rub them with toothpaste. - To clean nail polish from the carpet, soak a clean cloth with lighter fluid, then dab your laundry on the mess. - To clean stainless steel appliances, mix baking soda with hot water and then use this mixture with a cloth. - To remove traces of burnt on your stainless steel pots, clean them with tallow (it's animal fat) mixed with a little vinegar. - To keep a stainless steel or fiberglass washbasin cleaner longer, just add some baby oil with a paper towel after cleaning. - To shine the stainless steel cauldrons, just put a little lemon juice and rub. - Your fingers are yellowed by the cigarette? Rub them with a cloth and some nail stripper. - To remove small scratches in the windows, simply clean the windows with rubbing alcohol. - Plastic that has stuck to oven or toaster will be dissolved with lighter fluid or nail polish remover. - So that your nail polish is more resistant, pass vinegar on your nails before applying them varnish. - To repair frayed laces, put clear nail polish on the ends! Once dried, it is easy to put them on again. - Put a few balls against moths in your toolbox to prevent them from rusting. 38. To prevent tools from rusting, place chalkboard chalks in the trunk. These absorb moisture and greatly slow down rust. - To unscrew rusted bolts, nuts and screws, pour coca-cola on it. Wait a little, then unscrew.

Ada Lovelace : le premier programmeur du monde est une femme

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* In 1987, American Airlines saved $ 40,000 (20 million F CFA) by removing an olive from each salad served to passengers. * The 1904 Olympic Games saw the United States 🇺🇸 win almost all of the medals, as only 52 out of 651 athletes were non-American or Canadian. * The common point of bulletproof vests, fire escape stairs, wipers, laser printers is that they were invented by women. * All planets in the solar system rotate around the Sun counterclockwise, except for Venus. * On September 22, 1900, a grand banquet brought together 22,695 mayors of France in Paris, required 7 km of tables, 125,000 plates, 15,000 dishes, 3,500 salt shakers ... * Charles D. B. King won the presidential elections of Liberia 🇱🇷 in 1927 with 234,000 votes while the country counted only 15,000 voters. * Six French municipalities have a mayor but no inhabitants. * Samuel Eto'o scored 130 goals in 200 games with Barça. * George Weah is the only African player to have his name on the Golden Ball award. * Cheryl Boone Isaacs is the first African-American to become president of the Academy that awards the Oscars * In Acciaroli, a small fishing port south of Naples, Italy, more than one in ten inhabitants is 100 years old. * The first Oscars ceremony takes place May 16, 1929 lasts only 10 minutes * Marilyn Monroe has never been nominated for the Oscars. * Algeria 🇩🇿 is the largest country in the Arab world. * The Democratic Republic of Congo 🇨🇩 is the largest country in sub-Saharan Africa. * China 🇨🇳 is the largest producer of renewable energy in the world, ahead of the United States. * 56 countries, or nearly a quarter of the world's countries, have adopted English as the official language. * French is the official language of the International Olympic Committee * In most countries, divorced fathers who don’t have custody of their children must pay a pension until they reach the age of majority. But in Morocco, the case of the girl with divorced parents is special: as long as she is not married and unemployed, the father is supposed to pay him alimony for life, regardless of his age. He is released from this commitment only if he has sufficient resources or when he is married. [

* Vanuatu is the country with the highest linguistic density in the world. * No other animal has a longer gestation period than the elephant: 20 to 22 months. * Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom in German) was built in 632 years and 2 months. * Chickens are more numerous than humans on Earth. * The first liberating soldiers of Paris to enter the capital in the evening of August 24, 1944 were not American, but mainly Spanish * A young Chinese man divorces and sues his wife for giving birth to a little girl he considered too ugly. * In Saudi Arabia, oil costs less than drinking water. * Louis XIV was 1m 67. He wore a padded wig to look taller. * Paul Kern, a Hungarian soldier, lived 40 years without sleeping, following a head injury during the First World War. * Mary Mallon, also known by her nickname "Typhoid Marry" is the 1st person identified as a healthy carrier of typhoid fever. * Doctors have discovered in the womb of an 82-year-old Colombian a fetus who has been dead for 40 years. This rather rare phenomenon is called "lithopedion". * Atlanta Airport in Georgia is the largest terminal in the world, with 95,500,000 passengers passing through each year. * After 14 years of pregnancy, a young Nigerian girl gave birth on June 7th, 2014 to a girl. * There is a light bulb that has been shining for 113 years in Livermore, California (USA). * The 52 card games are based on the Gregorian calendar: there are 4 colors for the four seasons of the year, 12 figures for the 12 months, 52 cards for the 52 weeks and the sum of all the points of a game 52 cards plus the wild card is 365 for the 365 days of the year. The total of each color gives 91 points (valets, ladies and kings worth respectively 11, 12 and 13 points), which gives four times 364 points, to which we add a wild card. A classic game comes with 2 jokers, giving a total of 366 for leap years. * We often say shit to wish each other good luck. This comes from the time when one moved in cab, especially to go to the theater. The more the coachmen were coming in front of it, the more there was dung in front. It was a sign of success in a play, and that's why the comedians wanted each other shit. * On bank checks, each of the lines you are writing on includes text written in lower case (visible only with a magnifying glass). This is part of Robert Schuman's statement of 9 May 1950, the founding text of what will become the European Union. It says 'Europe will not happen at once, nor in an overall construction: it will be done by concrete achievements first creating a solidarity of fact.' Team note: To prove it, we scanned a check from our own LCL checkbook. * The famous colorful puzzle "Rubik's Cube" was originally far from a puzzle. Indeed, when his inventor, the Hungarian sculptor and architect Ernö Rubik imagined it in 1974, he offered it to his architectural students as an exercise and asked them to find out how the internal mechanism worked. The faces were also originally all the same color. [sources web: - ] * The Tarantula takes its name from the city of Taranto, Italy. People suffering from tarantulism had a profound state of lethargy that could lead to death, the cause of which was wrongly attributed to a spider bite, the Lycosis of Taranto. To cure this evil, the belief was that you had to dance a dance called the tarantella. The evil described at the time is today rather attributed to bites of black widows of Europe. * Cryptozoology is a disputed discipline that consists of the study of animals whose existence has not been proven. Thus, even today, cryptozoologists study clues about the existence of Nessie (Loch Ness monster), mythological kraken or yeti. Cryptozoology being a science discussed, there is no school or scientific institute dedicated to it [ sources web: - - ] * It is possible to see the shadow of the Earth morning and evening, just before sunrise and just after sunset. It is a dark blue band, directly visible above the horizon, which is followed by a pink band. [ sources web: - ] * During a total lunar eclipse, it can become red-orange. Indeed, the eclipse occurs when the Moon is aligned with the Earth-Sun axis, and is found in the shadow of the Earth. It is then lit only by long-wave (red) rays of the Sun that cross the atmosphere and are diverted to the Moon by the particles (dust, pollution) it contains. This phenomenon is observable about twice a year with the naked eye, during a full moon night and lasts only a few hours. Depending on the number of particles in the atmosphere, dust, pollution and clouds, the color of the moon may vary from light orange to red blood. It is the same phenomenon of wavelength which explains that the sunset of the Sun is red orange: the light of the Sun crosses the atmosphere on a much greater distance than when this one is at the zenith. * Many fruits of the Rosaceae family (apple, pear, apricot, almond ...) contain traces of arsenic or cyanide. Fortunately, these poisons are present in very low doses in the nuclei or seeds, and are dangerous only ingested in large quantities. The ingestion of fifty bitter almonds by an adult could for example have serious consequences, because it would be equivalent to 0.2g of cyanide. [sources web :