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James Storm Apr 5
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whatgrandmawore May 11
Continuing my theme of clothes as , the sleeves of this 1920-40 silk crêpe kimono indicate that this was worn by a young unmarried woman, according to the . This is deduced by the long hanging sleeves, and design of blooming flowers and exotic peacock 1/2
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Jimmy Korderas Mar 31
In today's last night Promo Class was in Session. Yes Edge & Heyman nailed theirs but a Legend/icon also showed he can still hit Homers.
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فوربس الشرق الأوسط Mar 31
At our Storytellers event this month, Carlos Robles, Head of Marketing and Communications at GBM, gave his views on what’s at the core of the marketing process. 🔗
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Brian Nolan May 21
To 'spin a yarn', is to 'tell a tale'. So many stories were told while spinning, carding and skeining wool that a whole vocabulary arose around . Even the has cables and chains, links to
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Andrea Annie⚘ May 20
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Elizabeth Hopkinson May 21
Asexual Myths & Tales includes retellings of tales by many famous , including Hans Christian Andersen, Marie de France, JM Barrie, George MacDonald, The Brothers Grimm, Washington Irving and more. ♠️🐉
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Folklore Thursday May 21
This week's theme is the folklore of , and ! Sessions will run 9-10, 11-12, 1-2, 3.30-4.30, 6.30-7.30 BST. Do come and share your lore! (Image: Warwick Goble, from Folk Tales of Bengal)
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UNDP Accelerator Labs May 19
We're looking for data-driven : people who can turn into a compelling story. Sounds like you (or someone you know)? Got friends in mind who you think would be a good fit? Tag them in the comments section below (or forward this image to their DM/inbox).
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Pook Press May 19
Our favourite have to be the . With an aim to recover a pure form of German peasant literature, they collected ancient folktales transcribed from oral stories. Early editions of these tales are famously gory.
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فوربس الشرق الأوسط Apr 2
I think the most important thing to consider is the needs of the customer,” says Schneider Electric’s Firdaus Shariff while discussing marketing in the MENA region. 🔗
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فوربس الشرق الأوسط Apr 1
Why is MENA an exemplary market in marcomm? Beatrice Cornacchia, SVP, Marketing and Communications, MEA at Mastercard, shares her thoughts. 🔗
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Magnus & The Arts Mar 15
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Sama Sama Nanay May 22
Musicians, film-makers, & writers=my fave .2 connect so viscerally 2 audience/reader=. @ SamaSamaCo-op, we aim 2 center community & present Tomorrow 5/23, 1p PST. Hope u can join us,
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thenadas May 12
Reminder - don't miss the free, all-request virtual show on Facebook live tomorrow at 8 p.m.! What songs do you want to hear?
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Kate Pehrson May 21
I’ve loved folklore, myths & fairy tales all my life, but especially those from my ancestral homeland of . Here are a few mid-century books from my collection (one Danish) along with a favorite postcard sent by a cousin.
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Jonathan Green, Gamebook Author May 21
One of the best pieces of television ever made was Jim Henson's THE STORYTELLER, written by the wonderfully talented Anthony Minghella and with the character of the Storyteller brought to life by the incomparable John Hurt.
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Arati Kumar-Rao May 12
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P.F. Donato, Author Apr 29
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Natalie Reeves Billing Feb 24
Nearly time to golden my eggs, with my fellow of the @TheGEAAcademy Online every Monday evening, working on our An excellent way to spend an evening.
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