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Porkbelly Press Jul 27
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CarbonCraft Ltd ® Jun 2
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BasedPoland Jul 17
Rural house belonging to a Polish grandmother full of Slavic folk art
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Commander Vikram W Karve Jul 28
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Janice Cook Aug 8
Saturday morning baking with Granny. I remember baking with my granny on a Saturday.
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Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth Jun 21
Replying to @Chinmaya_VV
22 June 2020 | 6:00 PM (IST) on Zoom. Pre-register: Watch the Live Stream on Facebook: . . .
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History Scotland Aug 1
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Assem #Libya #ⵍⵉⴱⵢⴰ Jul 11
Yefren, . 1950. of North Africa.
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Alison Mutler Aug 1
A bit of Transylvanian festival celebrating Saxon traditions in the heart of Romania moves online via .net
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The Heritage Council Jul 29
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AtHomeWithAmySedaris Jul 29
Fun fact: Eating Black-Eyed Peas, Greens and Cornbread is a real Southern tradition for New Year's Day. Black-eyed peas and leafy greens for good luck, add a slice of cornbread, and you've got, "Peas for pennies, greens for dollars, and cornbread for gold."
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Kebba Marenah Jul 5
2 months have now passed. She left me with many, but heres another memory that I won't be forgetting anytime soon. My mum welcoming my bride into the family only a few weeks before the "C" started to rear it head. 5/5/20
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Aboyne Highland Games Jun 9
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WGAR News👣 #AboriginalRights AltMediaMonitor Jul 24
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Stephen G. Rae Aug 1
I had a cup (or three) of mead earlier to welcome in , then found this fab article "Mead: Customs and Traditions" by Bob McDowall . Hope you enjoy it too.
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EL UNIVERSAL English Jul 11
For the , the God's eye is essential for their culture and . According to the Wixáritari, this symbol is used by the god Kauyumari to see and understand the mysteries of the world
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Jens Notroff Jul 26
Replying to @jens2go
Original study: J. Holland-Lulewicz et al., Enduring and the (Im)materiality of Early Encounters in the Southeastern , American Antiquity, First View 15 July 2020. 🔐💵
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كرم نقولا كرم Jun 4
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FrBressaniMusic Jun 11
Replying to @somegoodnews
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Brian Webb Aug 9
Summer in Canada isn’t complete without Good Host Iced Tea. 🌞 🏖 🙌🏻
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