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eDIL May 25
CÍRMAIRE, maker of combs, summoner of bones...
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Kasia BB Mar 10
Promology /noun/ the art of apologising while promoting your upcoming release and in result failing to, you know, express your regret in a believable, meaningful way.
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eDIL Apr 29
Purring and mewing: eDIL and medieval Irish cats…
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eDIL May 11
The magic number... eDIL looks at SECHT 'seven'
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eDIL Feb 23
Ireland's wooden horse ...
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx May 9
The is Hill Sphere. Because Bennu is much smaller than a planet, its gravitational pull is weak and its Hill Sphere is small. This will be one of the challenges of navigating around the asteroid after I arrive.
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Boomerang Apr 4
Wait...can you say that again?
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Ѕυϐϻιssιvε Cнλгlσττε Apr 6
: Callipygian • To have well shaped buttocks • For Example: "Isn't Charlotte callipygian!"
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German Embassy May 25
When you wake up on a cloudless Saturday morning, do you have a burning desire to strap on your hiking boots and explore the great outdoors? If so, you might be considered a "Wandervogel".
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RedBerryRecruitment May 8
Our this week is something we do not like here at RBR 🚫 🧐 procrastinate (verb): to delay or put off doing something.
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eDIL Mar 23
The truth about leprechauns.... eDIL
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx Mar 28
The new is Yarkovsky Effect. While I'm at Bennu, I'll investigate the Yarkovsky Effect to help scientists better understand how the absorption (and release) of energy from the Sun could change the asteroid's orbit over time.
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Center for the Exploration of the Human Journey May 15
Endocast: a model of the brain from the inside surface of the skull. Here's 's surprisingly complex one
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Get The Belt May 18
This episodes snippet! To here the rest subscribe here
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx May 2
Today’s is Telemetry. But enough about me - how you guys doing? Everybody’s day going well? Batteries charged? Instrument decks within nominal temp ranges? Let me know how it’s going with you.
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In The Box Marketing May 25
time again. It was the fictional character Don Quixote (from the novel by Migel de Cervantes) who bequeathed this word to the English language. The adjective, pronounced “quick-sotic”, is a reference to his fanciful nature and deluded state of mind.
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Brian Mazique Mar 11
No Video, but let's take it to Twitter. This Week's Word is: Prudent Definition: acting with or showing care and thought for the future. Sentence: Be prudent when you respond, because you don't want your words to come back and bite you in the butt.
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Lingoflamingo May 24
Speakers of Urdu are able to perfectly articulate that life-affirming feeling you may have when you know there are people who love you for who you are, and who would gladly follow you to the ends of the earth and back again. Naz is our
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx May 16
The is Nadir. Sometimes -- like when you map an asteroid for the first time -- it's good to get a different perspective. 👀 To help my team better understand Bennu's surface features, I'll take images of the asteroid from both nadir and off-nadir positions.
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German Embassy Feb 26
Do you spend a lot of time dreaming up a life that you wish you lived? In , there’s a special word to describe that “castle in the sky”: Luftschloss.
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