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In May I’ll celebrate my 18th wedding anniversary and I can still clearly remember my wedding day, how I felt taking my vows and my beautiful dress.  As I reviewed all the trends for this season, I began thinking that maybe it’s time for me to renew my vows just so I can buy another gorgeous dress! My favorite wedding dress trends for spring 2012 are the illusion neckline, two tier skirt, horsehair trim, the new blush color and lace sleeves. Illusion necklines are a good way to reveal a beautiful decolletage without feeling completely exposed.
An illusion neckline is created by using a sheer, delicate fabric which overlays the solid part of the dress and covers skin that would normally be exposed. Wedding dresses with a two tier skirt are a fresh, modern twist that can be lovely on the right body shape.  Of the two photos shown here, the most flattering by far is the strapless gown because the skirt is loose and falls away from the body, a stylish way to camouflaging wide hips. Horsehair is another popular trend this spring but it really isn’t anything new.  Horsehair braid has been used since the 1800s in the hemlines of wedding dresses and it was in fact made from actual horsehair woven into cotton fibers. And finally, my favorite trend is the lace sleeve which has been so popular since Kate Middleton’s wedding. I encourage you to be brave when selecting your gown and try on a variety of trends and styles.
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Virginia steered the Honda off of the main dirt road and we entered a smaller sunken dirt road, dusty and flanked with weeds leading into a dense pine forest.
The crosses commonly seen on the side of Lithuanian country roads are a testament to the suffering the country endured in the twentieth century. She maneuvered the Honda onto one of the banks, flanking the road and popped on the hazards. Dalia came rushing back into the parlor, her arms laden with a bowl of fresh-picked cherries from the orchard, white farmer’s cheese, and plates of rye bread and homemade meats. Petronele came out of the bedroom adjacent to the parlor dressed in a trim light blue cotton blouse. The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and the outcome of WWII sealed the fate of Lithuania, as well as most of Eastern Europe, for half a century. Petronele paused a moment, then said,  “Or, other liaisons would bring us letters from three kilometers in that direction,” she pointed vaguely in the direction of the window behind me that had a view to the garden. Soviet reacquisitions of farmers' produce and livestock was not as consensual as this propaganda painting suggests.
Almost unconsciously Petronele began reciting the words to partisan songs, saying them as though they were a magical incantation, a prayer. We stood and walked outside into the yard, Petronele leading us toward the shrine, a simple wooden box with a pointed roof nailed to a maple tree. We paid our respects at the shrine and Virginia and I said good-bye to Petronele and Dalia, thanking them for their hospitality, the delicious country lunch, for their stories. I nodded my agreement, glancing over my shoulder at the two women now disappearing in the cloud of dust the Honda was kicking up. Laima Vince, a New York native, is a Lithuanian-American non-fiction and children’s book author, Fulbright scholar in creative writing at Vilnius University, journalist, memoirist and translator.
Views expressed in the opinion section are never those of the Baltic Reports company or the website’s editorial team as a whole, but merely those of the individual writer. VIDEO NEWSTRAKAI, Lithuania — If you want to understand what makes the people of the Baltic state tick, delve into their rich folk music.
This is an excellent option for women with very wide shoulders since the sheer fabric softens the shoulder line creating a very feminine look. The other gown is gathered just under the hips and would be most flattering on someone very tall and thin.
Today though, horsehair refers to a stiff nylon fabric often used in the underskirts of wedding gowns to create a clean, crisp shape. Something that doesn’t seem to be your style when you see it on the hangar may surprise you once you’re wearing it!  Most importantly, enjoy the process and have fun shopping for that perfect dress for your perfect day.
I opened the passenger side door and found myself standing face to face with a simple wooden cross nailed onto a pine tree.
She turned and offered me her first pickings, a palm full of tiny red berries, vitamin bombs as she called them. Dalia led Virginia and I through the pretty gardens of flowers, fruits, and vegetables, narrating along the way, pausing and inviting us inside the house. She sat down in an armchair at the end of the coffee table, beside me, and asked, “What do you need to know? I was a rysininke, a liaison woman, for General Zemaitis for two years before I had to leave home and go into hiding. All the evidence seemed to indicate that this house had been used as a stabas, as headquarters. For a moment, she was lost within herself, speaking the words, feeling their rhythms on her tongue, savoring them.
As we were getting into the car, Dalia came running over with a Tupperware box filled with more fresh cherries from the orchard. It’s also a good compromise for mothers and daughters who may disagree about how much cleavage to reveal on that special day. This season designers are using this fabric to create looped sashes and bodice details, adding more dimension and texture to the gowns. Adding a lace sleeve or sheer sleeve to a strapless gown gives a petite woman more presence and stature, balancing her upper and lower body.  Lace and sheer sleeves soften the appearance of wider shoulders and add a touch of elegance and sophistication to a wedding gown.
Virginia had grown up foraging the forests for strawberries, currants, blueberries, kiskio kopustai and other goodies.
In the middle of expansive open fields stood a small wooden house with flecks of gray and yellow paint speckling its horizontal boards.
It made sense, they were both about the same age and of the same experience, country girls who’d gone off to Vilnius to study and had stayed in the city. Though, it’s been so many years now, I don’t remember everything, and besides, I don’t think I was really all that important.

In a clay vase at the base of the tree, Petronele had left a bouquet of white flowers for the school teacher partisan who had fallen here fifty years ago.
And should one amongst them dare to rise up and uphold Biblical Supremacy rather than the traditions of their forefathers in this matter, very often that one is regarded as a crank at the very least or an heretic at the worst.
The moment she saw a berry bush or berries underfoot she dove for the bushes, hungry for the natural vitamins they provided.
Obviously, at one time the house had been gray-painted, then yellow-painted, but now it was simply worn by the sun, begging for a fresh coat of paint. On the opposite wall hung a multitude of family photos, most of them contemporary and in color, a few black-and-white. I wondered what Petronele, who had survived her missions carrying letters and packages, must have thought when she’d heart the news. Very few Christians, it seems, who live in the Denominational World, will involve themselves in a thoroughful Biblical exegesis of `taboo` topics such as pork-consumption for fear of upsetting their `nice` pastor and being labelled a crank or `bad-apple` or even being ostracised from fellowship.Nevertheless, the Word Of Elohim stands eternally sure,A "And the swine, though he divide the hoof, and be cloven-footed, yet he cheweth not the cud, he is unclean to you.
Someone had left a bouquet of fresh pink roses inside the fence at the foot of the pine tree. Today’s children no longer know the joy of foraging, the joy of discovery of a good patch of berries or herbs. Gray stone slabs led to the front door, which was flung open, I hoped, in expectation of our visit. Some local people, a man and a woman, knew the time he would be coming through the pine forest on his bicycle and they lay waiting for him alongside the road.
Virginia had told me when she was growing up foraging in the spring and summer was a way of building up your strength after a long cold winter of eating only preserved fruits and vegetables.
The corner of the room, just in front of where we were sitting, was covered over by a white masonry heater and white ceramic tiles. They were all together in that room right there,” Petronele said, pointing to the room she’d emerged from earlier with her fresh blouse.
My friends changed my documents to the name Jociute and first they sent me to pose as a student at a tractor driver’s school.
As we pulled into the dirt driveway, a large black dog penned up to our left barked viciously while a cute small furry mutt roaming free greeted us, wagging its tail.
And I think, oh times were hard, but I felt good that I was doing something good that made a difference. Two women, one older and pleasant in appearance with short cropped brown curly hair and large blue eyes and the other in her late 40s stout with short brown hair, walked towards the car to greet us.
A pig will eat sick, infected and dying animals, including it`s own piglets which die from disease. I graduated and the newspaper wanted to do a story about a girl who’d learned how to drive a tractor. Because of the speed of it`s digestive process, much of it`s dangerous toxins aren`t removed and are stored in it`s fat and these toxins and poisons also find a home in it`s flesh which in many cases is consumed only hours afterwards by humans.The meat and fat of a pig absorbs toxins like a sponge. Years later, when I came home, a neighbor said to me, ‘I saw your photograph in the newspaper.’ ‘No, no, that wasn’t me,’ I said. After it got hot at the tractor school, the director of the school sent me to the Vilnius region.
They are surprisingly mobile and will change their location daily within the hosta€™s body.
These segmented worms can release up to one million microscopic eggs per day, and infect other tissues in the body. Once her eggs have been fertilized, the female burrows into the intestinal wall and releases her larvae.
The larvae migrate into the lymph channels of the intestine, from which they enter the bloodstream and travel to all parts of the body.
When the larvae reach the skeletal muscles they burrow into the muscles and form tough cyst-like cocoons.
The host secretes lime salts, which are deposited in the capsule, eventually transforming the capsule into a completely calcified cyst. The worms may live in the cyst for years until they are consumed and digested by another mammal.Once in the stomach, the capsular coating of the larvae dissolves, and they are freed. The larvae mature quickly, in about 16 days, and mate in the small intestine of their new host.
If the larvae that live in the muscle tissues aren't eaten after several years, they will die and the cyst will completely calcify.The most common way that humans become infected with trichinosis is by eating raw or undercooked pork. People can also become infected by eating wild game, such as bear, cougar, fox, dog, wolf, horse, seal, or walrus. Within a few days, the victim becomes feverish and experiences abdominal symptoms: pain, nausea, vomiting, and watery stools. A few days later the victim may still have pains in the joints, headaches, and swelling of the face. In addition, severe pain develops in the muscles of the limbs, in the chest, and in the eyes.
The illness gradually subsides after seven to 14 days, although it can be fatal for about five percent of people.
Trichina cysts in meat can be destroyed completely by thoroughly cooking the meat to 170A° F (77A° C) or by freezing the meat for three to four weeks.
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This in turn, can cause certain people to be `as thin as a rake` so there is no need to mock obese people or to be complacant if one is `thin`.
They also have a body odour which, as in the case of smokers, is unnoticed by them and sensed only by those who fully abstain from eating pig-meat.Little wonder then, that when Yahushua was confronted by a man possessed with multiple demons, the demons pleaded with him to allow them to enter into the pigs (which He permitted). The illness is called Progressive Inflammatory Neuro-pathy (PIN) and its symptoms range from acute paralysis to gradual increase of weakness on both sides of the body, which in some cases happens over 8 days and in others over 213 days. The symptoms vary in severity from slight weakness and numbness to paralysis that affects mobility, mostly in the lower extremities. The current thinking, which is yet to be proved, is that the meat workers are being exposed to splatter and aerosol droplets of pig brain tissue created by the compressed air blast, which liquefies the tissue before expelling it from the pig skull. Once inhaled, small particles of pig brain tissue are then attacked by the worker's immune system which uses antibodies that also attack the body's own almost identical human nerve tissue.

Following the PIN outbreak in a Minnesota meat process-ing plant, the CDC launched a nationwide survey of large slaughterhouses and found two more meat plants that had used the compressed air system recently. One of the plants was also reporting cases of a neurologic illness among its meat processing workers. The outbreak came to the attention of the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) in October last year, when it started getting reports of an unexplained neurologic illness among meat processing workers in a swine slaughterhouse in Southeast Minnesota, and which the CDC calls "plant A".
The MDH conducted a full and detailed investigation of the plant, which employs some 1,200 workers and pro-cesses 18,000 pigs a day.
They interviewed workers and looked at health records, and found a total of 12 employ-ees who have either been confirmed as having PIN (8 so far), probably have it (2), or possibly have it (2). The 12 workers, six of whom are female, started having symptoms between November 2006 and November 2007 and reported being healthy beforehand. According to the MDH, 11 of the 12 workers affected showed evidence of axonal or demyelinating peripheral neuropathy (damage to nerve fibres and surrounding protective tissue). Spinal fluid taken from 7 of the workers showed they had high protein levels with little or no rise in pleocytosis or white blood cell count.
A raised white blood cell count is usually evidence of inflammation.However, five patients showed evidence of inflammation when examined by spinal MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), four of them in peripheral nerves or roots and one in the anteorior spinal cord. All 12 affected workers said they either worked at or had contact with the area of the plant where pig heads were processed (called the "head table"). The MDH conducted a case-controlled study that included 10 of the 12 workers (the 8 confirmed and the 2 probable cases of PIN), and two control groups: a random selection of 48 healthy workers from the warm room, and all 65 healthy workers from the head table. After examining throat swabs and blood samples from the consenting participants, the MDH to date has not found any infectious agent that could explain the PIN symptoms.
Futher results from the case-control study showed that 7 of the 10 workers with PIN (70 per cent of the case patients) were seven times more likely to have worked at the head table than the controls from the warm room (25 per cent, or 12 of 48). Case patients were also more likely to have handled brains and muscle from pigs' heads than members of either control group. Travel outside the US or inside the US, exposure to chemicals, including fertilizers and insecticides, or having had vaccinations, were also not found to be causes of the PIN illness. The health authorities then investigated the processing methods and safety equipment in the warm room and the head table in particular, and concluded, for now, that the compressed air method used to liquefy and remove the brain tissue from the pigs' heads could be causing the PIN through creating aerosol droplets of brain tissue that is then inhaled by the workers.
The plant operator has suspended use of the compressed air equipment voluntarily and stepped up use of personal protective equipment (PPE), including face shields and long sleeves for the head table workers and any other workers who want to use additional PPE, said the CDC report.
Following the Minnesota plant A outbreak report, the CDC surveyed all 25 federally inspected swine slaughter-houses in the US with more than 500 employees.
They found three plants, including Minnesota plant A, using the compressed air method to remove pigs' brains.
Of those, only the Indiana plant has reported cases of suspected PIN, which are currently being further assessed. In the meantime, all three plants have stopped using the compressed air method to remove brain tissue, said the CDC.
A puzzling feature of this outbreak was raised by the plant owner at one of the affected plants, who started as a floor walker in 1970.
He told the Washington Post that they had been "harvesting pig brains since 1998, using the same method and the same 70-pound pressure air hose." So why did the outbreak not take place ten years ago, when they started using the method? A June 2011: A father-of-two today told how he almost died after eating an under-cooked pork chop.
Darren Ashall, a plant operator from Chorley, Lancashire, developed a potentially lethal brain bug that has left him in hospital for nearly five months. However, doctors told him he is lucky to be alive after listeria meningitis attacked his immune system and left an abscess on his brain.
Darren was described as the 'life and soul of the party' before he developed a brain abscess. He first fell ill after cooking two pork chops on a caravan stove while working away from home in Birmingham (UK). After three days, my face started drooping on one side and people thought I was having a stroke.
He first visited Chorley and South Ribble Hospital on February 11 but was initially sent home. He returned two days later after his condition worsened and he was checked into intensive care. His wife Paula, 43, and sons Sam, 19, and Jack, 21, kept a bedside vigil as he deteriorated. She said: 'On Darren's birthday the doctor took us into a side room and told us how poorly he was and I was convinced they were going to tell me he wouldn't make it. After a few weeks he was transferred to the Royal Preston Hospital and slowly regained his sight and voice. Speaking from his hospital bed, he said: 'It was such a battle and the experience absolutely drained me. The man I used to be is long gone though.' Darren will never fully recover from the effects of the bug and will need antibiotics for the rest of his life. In addition, once he regains the ability to walk he will have to rely on a scooter for long distances. He said: 'I feel so vulnerable now, and worried about what lies ahead, but this has really made me appreciate what I've got.

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