Doric

19 Jul 19
Learn English

Do cows have regional accents? Well a professor of phonetics, John Wells’, attention was drawn to this phenomenon by a Somerset farmer, Mr Lloyd Green, who claims that his bovine charges moo with a distinct Somerset drawl. To read more on the Professor’s response – look at the comments. (Does that mean that they go […]

19 Jul 19
Bangunan Bersejarah

Yangon adalah salah satu tempat terbaik untuk melihat arsitektur kolonial, karena memiliki konsentrasi bangunan kolonial tertinggi di dunia. Myanmar menjadi koloni Inggris pada tahun 1824 setelah Perang Anglo-Burma Pertama, dan tetap sampai 1948. Setelah kemerdekaan, negara itu dijalankan oleh rezim militer di mana tidak ada perbaikan infrastruktur yang dilakukan, meninggalkan struktur kolonial yang berdiri. Namun, […]

19 Jul 19
Market Research Nest

Marketresearchnest.Com has recently broadcasted a new study to its broad research portfolio, which is titled as “Global Pre-Need Death Care Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025” provides an in-depth analysis of the Pre-Need Death Care with the forecast of market size and growth. The analysis includes addressable market, market by volume, market share by business […]

19 Jul 19
Professional Industry Market Research

This recently published report examines the global Pre-Need Death Care market for the projected period of 7-years, i.e. between 2019 and 2025. The report highlights the accomplishments and opportunities lies in the market throughout the forecasted period. The report offers the thorough information about the overview and the scope of the global Pre-Need Death Care market along with […]

18 Jul 19
RAMBLE WITH NICK

The capital of Bavaria, the third-largest city in Germany (1.45 million inhabitants), is situated on the banks of the Isar, on an extensive plateau, 519 meters. above the sea, and presents a very picturesque sight, especially from the charming walks that lead from the “Maximiliansanlagen” high above the Isar to the suburbs of Au-Haidhausen and […]

18 Jul 19
RT Facts - Kent, CT

Pair of doric style double column carved verde green marble pedestals supporting a massive 1.75″ thick fluted edge verde green marble top.
French – art deco period – Circa 1920’s.  Because of its height this table lends itself as aither a dining table, center table or library table. We envision this table as once surrounded by deco club chairs in a flapper lounge, jazz parlor, or cigar club.

Measures: 78.75″L x 39.25″W x 29″H

An RT Facts Find

18 Jul 19
WOW TRAVEL

The westernmost tip of the Spanish landmass is grand, with lush green vegetation, picturesque mountains, and an electrifying coast. Vigo, in the Galician landmass, used to be a village whose mainstay was fishing! But now, it is one of the most populous cities in Spain owing to the large area it covers. This city has […]

17 Jul 19
Claire Hawes History and Music

One of the reasons I wanted to start this blog was to have a space where I could talk about this project: Songs from Medieval Aberdeen. It started about a year ago, when I applied for one of Aberdeen City Council’s Creative Funding Awards, to work with two of the best singer-songwriters in Aberdeen, Davy […]

17 Jul 19
Alaturka Online

– Dubbed as ‘city of love, emperors’, Sagalassos offers traces of Roman era to visitors

17 Jul 19
Stone Fences Tours: Bourbon Trail

ca. 1800: Elijah Pepper and his brother–in-law, a Mr. O’Bannon, operated a distillery in Versailles, the current site of the court house. 1817: The partnership dissolved and Elijah Pepper relocated the distillery to a location on Glenn’s Creek, five miles NW of Versailles. 1838: Oscar Pepper, Elijah’s son, had by now inherited the distillery and […]

16 Jul 19
Iron Broo Ceilidh Band

“Awa we Gaed tae Aikey” Directed and written by Duncan Harley. An Iron Broo film performed by Charlie Abel & Fred Wilkinson. Narrated & edited by Charlie Abel. Doric supervisors Alison Abel (my ma fae Turra) and Grace Banks. It’s the day after the 2nd of July 2019 and today we can release our shortlisted […]

16 Jul 19
Verses and Dialogue

Jacob was the only person waiting at the bus stop. The bus arrived and he paid the conductor, a laid back sort with a scraggly beard and pot belly. He looked a bit like Socrates. Jacob was the only other person on the bus, too.  Poor Cesca, he wrote in his diary, which he carried […]

16 Jul 19
HSS 2220 Blog

By adopting the eyes of a modern flâneuse while walking through Athens allowed me to notice that this city has fragments from old and new modernity. Brilliant artifacts assorted with newly built structures hold a great relevance in my eyes with what Baudelaire wrote in “The Painter of Modern Life”. By directing our interest towards […]

16 Jul 19
Etias Visa Schengen

This beautiful Italian region has become one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations. One of the main reasons for Sicily’s popularity are its breathtaking natural landscapes with paradisiac beaches and protected areas where you can enjoy nature to the full. Sicily also has cities that have borne witness to our evolution and have given us […]

16 Jul 19
topsinlex

Lexington is the horse city of the universe as many of think, and nevertheless this town has much more attractions than racetracks and hooves. The Second largest city in Kentucky is known for many things, which includes being one of the cleanest places in area, being the home of bluegrass in the area, and being […]