Lucky the Cat

Lucky the CatWhen I saw a young cat riding calmly on an elderly gentleman’s shoulders, I couldn’t resist calling out. "Can I take a photo of your cat?" yelled I. The man was in the process of getting into his car (which, by the way, held two waggy dogs), but he paused and obliged. Behind […]

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Flip Book Software: Know more about it!

The flip books are not the same as flick books. Earlier, flick books are used by the children that comprise pictures which differ modestly from one to another. That is objectively carried out, in order that the pages are flipped swiftly, the successive images combine and produce the feeling of a motion picture. That motion […]

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Logo Design Companies

”; A logo is a name, symbol, or trademark used by a company or organization. Logos can be made up of text that is configured in a unique way or a small image that symbolizes a company. A logo can be an illustration with the company’s name on or around the illustration. It may also […]

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A Review Of Monuments

Because the 20th century, Western historians have disavowed the aspiration to deliver the “judgement of history.”The aims of historic judgements or interpretations are different to Those people of legal judgements, that need to be formulated speedily after the activities and be final. You will discover kinds of ways that history might be structured, together with […]

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Image from page 44 of “The Civil engineer and architect’s journal, scientific and railway gazette” (1839)

Image from page 44 of “The Civil engineer and architect’s journal, scientific and railway gazette” (1839)Title: The Civil engineer and architect’s journal, scientific and railway gazette Identifier: civilengineerarc06lond Year: 1839 (1830s) Authors: Subjects: Architecture; Civil engineering; Science Publisher: London : [William Laxton] Contributing Library: Northeastern University, Snell Library Digitizing Sponsor: Northeastern University, Snell Library View […]

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Remembering

As the anniversary of September 11 approaches, we find ourselves once again drudging up compassion and patriotism, ready to light candles and join hands with strangers for the sake of peace and unity. Countless memorials across our nation will host thousands of tears praying, begging for a better world where planes are not flown into […]

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Lubitel 166

Lubitel 166Friday Entry One Flew out of work, the fleet flight of Friday before a holiday weekend. Everyone cracks a smile upon stepping out of the concrete and glass coffin of the corporate work week. The motorcycle is quickly gassed and loaded, I leave Washington DC at three-thirty, vowing not to check the time for […]

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The Boy in Behind the Throne

The Boy in Behind the ThroneNote: The headline writer for the following piece was being too generous. Trump’s son-in-law has no business being in government. Trump’s son-in-law has no business running the coronavirus response. By Michelle Goldberg Opinion Columnist The Washington Post April 2, 2020 Reporting on the White House’s herky-jerky coronavirus response, Vanity Fair’s […]

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EBOOKS are books too!!!

Ebooks are books too!!! Electronic books – that is books you read on the computer- have the same information and entail the same reading experience as books in the traditional form – that is books you actually hold in your hands. An ebook looks just like a Microsoft document but it is transformed into an […]

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