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Nay-buzz Jul 21
Finanlly finished ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Black Pearl Ent Jul 18
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Norm Jones 5h
"A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb
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Suleyma Moss Jul 17
teaching ELs and LTELs ✔️
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John White 18h
”College-educated Americans living in rural areas feel they are meaningfully connected to their communities” via
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Kariuki wà Gachuru Jul 15
John MacArthur's take on the story of the prodigal son... I highly recommend this.
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Siddhant Jul 21
Just finished this in a week, and i must admit one of the best con book I've held in my hand. This book in a whole: CRUSHED IT!
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k e t h Jul 21
the world is constantly telling you that the path to a better life is more, more more- Buy more, own more, make more, fuck more, be more.
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Stephen Bentley 20h
"Masterfully told by undercover cop ..."
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Mariusz Klimek Jul 17
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Jason O'Rourke Jul 19
Teaching your kids about good nutrition? Try ditching the word 'healthy'
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Glitter & Love 23h
Interesting info on the history and present function of grand juries
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Melanie Lopata Author/Editor 13h
Replying to @Billward10Bill
Looks good!! I’ll put on my TBR list!!
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Norm Jones Jul 21
"Creativity involves breaking out of expected patterns in order to look at things in a different way." - Edward de Bono
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Matthew Stienberg Jul 14
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Michael Hogan Jul 16
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Winco 17h
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John 10h
Against her better judgment, caddy Allie agreed to train caddy Shoo for the PGA. She fell for the guy during training, but he's happy to be her best, fist-bumping buddy. Should she leave the tour before her heart breaks? Free on KU.  
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Allison Holly 16h
For Think: Wonder by R.J. Palacio. This motivating story takes you on an emotional journey of lil Auggie, as he tries to find acceptance in his new school, despite having a facial deformity that frightens his peers.
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Sabrestorm 12h
'50 years in a British uniform - a rich and varied life...' talking about his book Fighting for the Empire:
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