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  • Eloisa to Abelard.... ALEXANDER POPE

    26 February 2017

    Eloisa to Abelard .... ALEXANDER POPE Related Poem Content Details In these deep solitudes and awful cells, Where heav'nly-pensive contemplation dwells, And ever-musing melancholy reigns; What means this tumult in a vestal's veins? Why rove my thoughts...

  • Education: Thomas Aquinas and Education

    04 August 2017

    3. The Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education Thomas Aquinas and Education sana doctrina regarding the teaching of Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274). It was usually translated into English as ‘sound doctrine’ but it could also be translated as...

  • Politics in the Roman Empire

    20 July 2017

    The public sphere of Rome, which included religious norms, social settings, as well as some other cultural divides, has been known to greatly affect the Roman political system throughout, from its inception to its fall. Our world has seen many great empires...

  • Saint Valentine

    13 February 2017

    Valentine's day originated somewhere in Europe. It originated as a Christian holiday to remember Saint Valentine. Although there are many rumors to how the holiday started, and who Saint Valentine was, it is commonly agreed that St. Valentine preformed...

  • Cabmens shelter

    07 August 2017

    The cabmen's shelter that I would use was the one on Russel Square, where the food found there was magnificant Cabmen's Shelters came about in the late nineteenth century when horse-drawn carriages called Handsom Cabs were the vehicles of choice. While...

  • The puffin, the penguin and the dinosaur story.

    17 January 2017

    Patsy the Apatasaurus was on some holiday This holiday was in Antartica. The Antartica was very, very deep. So apatasaurus could help with his long neck and apastasauras was great at watching. and he was going first to Scotland and there were puffins...

  • Chip Spice

    29 July 2017

    Chip Spice, the spiced salt condiment has been part of the culinary landscape of Hull since 1979, when it was introduced by restaurant owner John Science at his innovative burger bar Yankee Burger. John took over the Pioneer Cafe on Jameson Street from...

  • Megaphone by Sara Shaarawi

    08 March 2017

    Megaphone, a new crowdfunded residency t Sara Shaarawi came to Scotland to study and it was her first venture abroad and the first time living alone. She found Edinburgh cold, windy and rainy regretting having had left her Egypt However she found the...

  • Luis von Ahn, an AMA on Duolingo subreddit

    23 January 2017

    The Ceo of Duolingo Luis von Ahn answered questions on the Duolingo subreddit https://www.reddit.com/r/duolingo/comments/5pr3sv/i_am_luis_von_ahn_ceo_and_cofounder_of_duolingo/ highlights from the AMA by DonFiore Full website rewrite and a forum overhaul...

  • Spring is beautiful

    14 March 2017

    NOTHING is so beautiful as spring —When weeds, in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush;Thrush’s eggs look little low heavens, and thrushThrough the echoing timber does so rinse and wringThe ear, it strikes like lightnings to hear him sing;The glassy...

  • The Oxford Comma Controversy

    16 March 2017

    Using or Not Using the Serial or Oxford Comma A serial or Oxford comma is the comma that appears immediately after the penultimate item in a series or list when a conjunction separates that item from the last item. In ‘she wrote reviews, essays, and articles,’...

  • ITISASIS :The Eastern Music for everyone .. 3D

    15 April 2017

    . . . 3-D 3-D are Danny Smith, a mongrel of Spanish, Italian, German and English descent. Main vocals, lead and rhythm guitar. Dave Hurst, classically trained on piano, went on to attempt to wreck Hammond organs on stage with early hard rock bands but...

  • John Galt (1779-1839)

    10 May 2017

    John Galt (1779-1839) From the lone shieling of the misty island Mountains divide us, and the waste of seas - Yet still the blood is strong, the heart is Highland, And we in dreams behold the Hebrides Fair those broad meads, these hoary woods are grand;...

  • Le dragon de Cracovie

    17 May 2017

    Le dragon de Cracovie Cette legende est sans doute la plus populaire de Pologne. Elle fait partie des mythes fondateurs du pays, et notamment de Cracovie, sa premiere capirale historique. Decouvrez la mesaventure du roi Krak, dont la ville fut sauvee...

  • Qatar

    05 June 2017

    Qatar is a small country located between Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf. It has an area of 11,437 sq km, which is roughly the size of the state of Connecticut. Qatar is a relatively flat country with its highest point reaching just over 300 feet. The...

  • The charter of the forest

    01 August 2017

    The Charter of the forest. Forest law Before the Conquest the kings of England enjoyed the right to hunt freely on their own lands, but in this they did not differ significantly from any other landowner. It was not a function of kingship, rather the prerogative...

  • Gardens

    02 August 2017

    Planting a beautiful garden is great. Whether you have a small patio to decorate, or a vast amount of space to tend, the act of making your particular stretch of nature into a haven can be a stress reliever in itself, and the garden that you create can...

  • P.G Wodehouse

    09 August 2017

    P.G Wodehouse When the Germans made their rapid advance through Belgium in the early summer of 1940, they captured, among other things, Mr. P. G. Wodehouse, who had been living throughout the early part of the war in his villa at Le Touquet, and seems...

  • Black Ice

    10 January 2017

    Black Ice is dangerous I was not really understanding this concept. Until day. That is when I was cycling. Cycling through snow which is a heavy labour. It is fun as it crunches snow onwards to a destination. However Black Ice is treacherous. some snow...

  • Dutch words from Cam_and_Alex.

    08 February 2017

    Dutch Word 1: Schatje This word literally translates to "little treasure", and can be used in both a romantic sense and a parental sense. A mother can call her child "schatje" just as well as somebody is addressing a boyfriend/girlfriend! Alles goed,...

  • Aorist

    24 February 2017

    In Turkish the aorist is a habitual aspect The aorist of Turkish reflects aspect/mood rather than tense; it has two important semantic functions: a) it marks volition, b) it characterizes what is the typical, normal or inherent quality of an entity orist...

  • Montana

    01 January 2017

    Montana is a state in the USA Where does it all begin? When you do not know about Montana, or where it is from or anything at all, then it starts all with a question. this question was Where are dinosaurs from or to be exact where is that large dinosaur...

  • A poem from L.Duke

    22 February 2017

    Land, der hübsche Platz bin ich gekommen zu lieben. The prettiest place that I have come to love is the land. Der Strom, der über flachen Kieseln tröpfelt, A stream trickles over the flattened pebbles, Der Wind kräuselt die roten Blätter oben, Overhead...

  • Fingerprints

    19 July 2017

    Fingerprints Malpighia, noticed different patterns in fingerprints. This was in In 1686. He was an anatomy professor studying skin, kidneys, and the liver. This was in Italy in the University of Bologna. He noticed that there were different patterns in...

  • Brexit studies syllabus

    16 January 2017

    Birmingham City University's Centre for Brexit Studies They want to further enhance understanding of the consequences of the UK withdrawing from the European Union There will a practical exam where students have to grow and care for a magic trade deal...

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