Literature

19 Apr 19
Rediscover Fukushima

I finally visited the amazing Miharu Takizakura tree!! And it definitely did not disappoint. Miharu Takizakura is a 1000 year old weeping cherry blossom tree in Miharu Town, Fukushima Prefecture. Locals know it is over a millenia old because of references to the tree that they have found in ancient literature. How cool is that?! […]

19 Apr 19
#theanonymousguy

Greetings and Salutations Greetings and Salutations Greetings and Salutations In France, a formal approach is de rigueur (mandatory) if you want to converse with a person whom you don’t know at all or very well. Don’t commit a faux pas (mistake) by addressing someone informally before you have established a strong friendship or relationship. Start […]

19 Apr 19
#theanonymousguy

T The French write two numbers differently than Anericans do: the number 1 has a little hook on top, which makes it look like a 7. So, to distinguish a 1 from a 7, a line is put through the 7, to look like this: 7. In numerals and decimals, the French use commas where […]

19 Apr 19
Relationship Rules

This is what is in store for your Zodiac sign today: 1. Aries (March 21 – April 19) Someone who is very close to your heart is going to feel very troubled, helpless, and anxious about certain situations that surround your family life. You’re going to have to do a really good job of communicating […]

19 Apr 19
trollheaven

The pipeline of creating a non-fiction book from scratch is easier than it looks like. At first we have to define the amount of needed words. According to some information in the Internet, the average non-fiction book contains of 50000 words. Typing in the text in a single session is not the best idea. But […]

19 Apr 19
A Childhood Recovered

April 19, from “Strengthening My Recovery” daily reader “But before we can serve one another, we must first be willing to love and serve ourselves.” BRB p.354 “Many of us find such wonderful answers in ACA that we want to spread the word and help others before we understand what ACA is really about, and […]

19 Apr 19
foody

This is qualified downloadable of Test Bank for Understanding Nursing Research Building an Evidence Based Practice 6th Edition by Susan K. Grove, Jennifer R. Gray and Nancy Burns Instant reorganize Test Bank for Understanding Nursing Research Building an Evidence Based Practice 6th Edition by Susan K. Grove, Jennifer R. Gray and Nancy Burns at the […]

19 Apr 19
Dynamic Doki Doki Literature Club

A Little Lost Lavender Lass- Art by @bbrltk on Twitter Touch here for the full post on Dynamic Doki Doki Literature Club tumblr

19 Apr 19
Not Veiled, Not Lost

In the crafting of the very unique identity that is that of a Middle Eastern woman who has spent most of her life in the Western world, it’s important to distinguish the later part of that phrase. The reality is, our lives are not like the ones of the women who grew up in our […]

19 Apr 19
The Assorted Library

(Photos taken along the banks of the Weser River in Minden, Germany – Jan 2019) The Weser starts at Hann. Münden in Lower Saxony where two rivers meet and join – the Werra and the Fulda. As weserstein or weser stone inscription by Carl Natermann (1899) states “the Werra and Fulda kiss” and in doing […]

19 Apr 19
jimibook

This is at the ready downloadable of Test Bank for The Practice of Nursing Research Appraisal Synthesis and Generation of Evidence 7th Edition by Susan K. Grove, Nancy Burns and Jennifer R. Gray Instant turn Test Bank for The Practice of Nursing Research Appraisal Synthesis and Generation of Evidence 7th Edition by Susan K. Grove, […]

19 Apr 19
Library of Linguistics

Language Policy and Linguistics Justice (Economic, Philosophical and Sociolinguistic Approaches) Michele Gazzola· Torsten Templin Bengt-Arne Wickström Editors Contents: Part I : Introduction and Overview of Literature Part II: Political and Philosophical Perspectives on Linguistic Justice Part III: Economic Approaches to Language Policy and Linguistic Justice Part IV: Sociolinguistic Views and Application Download here

19 Apr 19
World of Blyton

A few weeks ago I looked at what the Who’s Who of Children’s Literature had to say about Enid Blyton, and it was overwhelmingly positive. This time I want to see what The Child and the Book has to say. Unlike the Who’s Who, this book is not divided into chunks about authors, rather it […]

19 Apr 19
Brian Fanelli

Everyone already knows the story of Lizzie Borden, a 19th Century woman from a well-to-do New England family who was accused and then acquitted of murdering her father and step-mother. Borden has become a myth in pop culture, her story recounted through music, novels, and even the TV show “Supernatural.” The horror streaming service Shudder recently debuted […]

19 Apr 19
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