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Brian McC 1 Apr 14
There is a wee smelly jobbie by the inside back door. I have 2 dugs and 2 auld cats. I suspect Britnats did this.
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shmeg 22 Apr 16
I swear this kinda shit only happens to me 🙄
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Biomimicry Institute 22 Feb 17
Nature creates response to physical flow within it and around it. Ex- Tree branching is an optimal means of distributing fluids.
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Beccy Boo 20 Dec 12
Ugh rainy day - I'm feeling like a grumpy Santa
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God's  Creation 8 Oct 11
Sometimes I want to give up cocktails and drink spring water. This is not one of those times :-).
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Bear 20 Mar 13
Deciding to run up Marylebone undergounds steps and realising that you're going to have to wait 3 hours till your next train.
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Friendmas.com 27 Dec 12
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Austin Murray 5 Mar 13
glad its torrential downpouring and my umbrella is broken
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scott murray 14 May 14
Great, both flights to SCE cxld today...I didn't want it to be too easy anyway.
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Joshua 13 Oct 13
Just my luck. I need 12 points from Damarco Murray to win this weeks matchup and gets 11 and gets injured..
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Michele Murray 24 Sep 12
Only my dad can fall out of bed hit his head on the night stand, get a concussion, cut his ear, &break his finger.
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Biomimicry Institute Dec 18
All branching structures on Earth, including rivers, leaves and our lungs, follow a single mathematical formula called - listen to describe one of nature's most efficient strategies:
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Sarah Murray 14 Apr 12
"everything that can go wrong will, but somehow everything ends up going smoothly"
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Austin Murray 4 Jul 13
My America shirt is MIA the one day of the year it's necessary
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Victoria Wright 12 Apr 12
Of course as soon as I find a cleansing routine that works for my face, they discontinue half of the stuff I use
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Kyle Cazeault 7 Sep 13
I'd rather be home in bed
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Jennifer Murray Feb 9
Saw the weather forecast a week ago calling for rain on Sunday and said "oh, that will change".... Nope. The one time we plan for brunch (and photos) in it's going to pour. So disappointed. :(
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Michael Pawlyn Dec 15
is a perfect example of how we could optimise all sorts of resource flows. We used it to develop a new concept for a ultra-low energy data centre and a water treatment facility
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Neil Murray Nov 10
Unless your average December temperature is -2 or lower, you shouldn’t be allowed a Christmas Market.
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Biomimicry UK Nov 9
A lung-inspired approach to scalable and robust fuel cell design
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