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Reddit SFWPorn Oct 18
🗺️[] Map showing how many years each territory was ruled by Czechia. 🔗
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MapPorn Oct 18
The Iberian Peninsula in the time of Ferdinand and Isabel
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Tweetolectology Oct 12
this week we have maps about the process of making tea! what verb would you use in this context?
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The Athenian Empire during the Classical Period
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MapPorn Oct 17
Map of Ancient Rome's per capita income by province (14 A.D)
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Tweetolectology Oct 13
both 'teem' and 'pour' are also used to describe heavy rain. which word do you usually use?
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Terra Firma and a New Kingdom of Granada and Popayan (1630)
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Tweetolectology Oct 17
which of these words would you typically use? if you use both 'brush' and 'broom', does one of them refer to a more specific type of sweeping implement?
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Tweetolectology Oct 14
our final tea-related map - how do you describe the sediment at the bottom of the cup after drinking (looseleaf) tea?
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MapPorn Oct 17
Everest Overrun (National Geographic - 2013)
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MapPorn Oct 17
Voyages in Search of a Northwest Passage from 1576-1602
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MapPorn Oct 18
Irish Ports and Harbors 1872
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MapPorn 19h
The Midwest Fires of October 8, 1871
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MapPorn Oct 16
The Euphrates Valley (1901)
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MapPorn Oct 18
Piri Reis' World Map Revised and Expanded Version 17th century
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MapPorn Oct 18
Map of the Moon by H. Percy Wilkins “The Last Traditional Selenographer”
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MapPorn Oct 18
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MapPorn Oct 17
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MapPorn Oct 17
Ancient - Old Kingdom - ca. 3250-2600 BC
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Reddit SFWPorn Oct 18
🗺️[] I know it needs a lot of work, but here's a world map that I drew from memory on a chalkboard. 🔗
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