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Homes for Good Jan 15
Our previous was bureaucratic and very difficult to remember
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Clare Conway Dec 21
Lads. Important question. My Dad has a gammon for Christmas. Is that just a ham as we know it? Tinternet is showing me English pages which talked about gammon = raw Vs ham = cooked. True for us Irish too?
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Orange Jammies Dec 30
I know multiple spiritual traditions recommend removing the "I". Wonder which one our is following.
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Firefuture Jan 2
Don't you think the fire service is facing bigger issues? 🤨
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Rob Hackett Dec 30
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Bob Smith 4h
Also, .....is how South Africans pronounce
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Tina Hunter 4h
Something fun: Maybe your name influences where you travel.
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ViewFinders 10h
Do you title your photographs? is in the blog today with some of her named images. Go visit!
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norika blanton Jan 15
why do you have to wait out 2 whole days for a chance to win "free moves" when a booster is just as likely.
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Sarah Verroen Jan 15
“Mike Hookem, Member of committee of Fisheries.” Hook ‘em.
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Ajoy Advani Jan 15
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shayma 🐙 Jan 13
Replying to @fariyasays
EXACTLY! He’d be a balding old dude lost in the 1970’s with chest hair and she’d be the ditsy blonde bombshell he’d be stalking unsuccessfully.
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Global Greek World Jan 13
Please vote in our poll on the name dispute that has been unsolved for the last 27 years and is featuring heavily these days in all news. ?
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Rheumatoid Patient Jan 12
Replying to @SamJNorton
Think needs rebranding as well, to so people don't think it just affects joints and older people (mass confusion with )!
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KienLeBoard Jan 12
Kien's fun friday cricket fact: West Indies cricket player Dwayne Bravo has three children. Their names are Dwaynice, Dwayne Junior and Dwade. As you do.
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Bob Stewart Jan 11
The cactus genus name Gymnocalycium means "naked buds" and refers to the lack of spines, hairs or bristles on the buds. Gymnocalycium bruchii shown, with its naked buds.
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Bob Stewart Jan 11
The scientific name of the Bishop's Cap is Astrophytum myriostigma. The specific epithet of the species name myriostigma means "many spots or dots" referring to the many small patches of white trichomes (hairs) on the plant body.
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Bob Stewart Jan 11
'Arnold's Promise' Witch hazel is named for the Arnold Arboretum in Massachusettes. where it originated as a seedling hybrid between H. japonica and H. mollis.
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Sarcastic Sukkhi Jan 11
One of my cousins changed own name to mine on Facebook. Never hated my own name before. Its difficult to digest a sudden name change on a face of someone you've known since birth. N the name is yours. Name thief.
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Manilla Ferrante Jan 10
Here's to my seventh--and first non-bot or bot-like--follower, , just a few blocks from my landlady Janice Lindsay's splendid house: The Qwerkywriter S typewriter has been worth the long wait.
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