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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...n you. Do you get it?” I got it. I rose slowly from my seat and turned my back on Laurel and Hardy. I weaved my way through the throngs of clamori... ...tler’s thugs broke his neck, shot three bullets into his heart, and dumped him in a forest near Munich. He may have known the truth about the kinky ...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...related to bees and wasps. They are so numerous that in some habitats - the Amazon forest, for instance - their combined weight is four times the c... ...y four Union supporters in Gainesville, Texas. Similar events took place in Shelton Laurel, North Carolina. The Ku Klux Klan was the paramilitary ar...

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French Natural Remedies & Recipes from Beautiful Tasmania

By: Christiane Guise

...er (Drys Bluff) and along the Tellerpanger (Liffey River) is a kaleidoscope of forests, ferneries, shrubberies, mosses and fungi. The native heart ... ... The magnificent Liffey valley Tasmania is covered with green fields and forests sheltering unique animals, rare birds, and wonderful herbs.... ...uff and Liffey Valley are part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage. The forests and their three varieties of eucalyptus are protected as wel... ...talline water. Unsurprisingly, this green paradise attracts wildlife. In the forest, pygmy possums, bettongs, potoroos (tiny kangaroo rats), and ... ...ry. In summer, poppies and white yarrows invade the meadows; and in the sunny forest, pink foxgloves climb to the sky while golden mulleins tower ... ... headache, and fever. Basil is a very aromatic herb and is better fresh. Bay Laurel Laurel was Apollo’s sacred plant. It is a small tree liking... ...es, which are called bay leaves; or buy them at your grocery shop. 5 Laurel strengthens the stomach and the bladder and alleviates arthri...

... a natural herb garden. Beneath the great rock cliffs of Taytitikitheeker (Drys Bluff) and along the Tellerpanger (Liffey River) is a kaleidoscope of forests, ferneries, shrubberies, mosses and fungi. The native heart berries and the pepper brushes, the mountain cresses and the tiny sweet ?cherries? of the ancient ecosystem, give way in the farmlands to mint, hawthorn and ...

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Collected Poems of John Keats : Volume 5, The Reader's Library

By: John Keats; Neil Azevedo, Editor

...ng at the brim,             And purple-stained mouth;     That I might drink, and leave the world unseen,         And with thee fade away into the forest dim:   III Fade far away, dissolve, and quite forget     What thou among the leaves hast never known, The weariness, the fever, and the fret     Here, where men sit and hear each other groan; Where palsy shake...

...ritten in Disgust of Vulgar Superstition On the Grasshopper and Cricket After Dark Vapours Have Oppressed Our Plains To a Young Lady Who Sent Me a Laurel Crown On Receiving a Laurel Crown from Leigh Hunt To the Ladies Who Saw Me Crowned Hymn to Apollo Written on the Blank Space of a Leaf at the End of Chaucer's "Tale of the Flowre and the Lefe" To Leigh Hunt, Esq. ...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...nd use: 12% arable land; NEGL% permanent crops; 46% meadows and pastures; 3% forest and woodland; 39% other; includes NEGL% irrigated Environment: dam... ...Land use: 21% arable land; 4% permanent crops; 15% meadows and pastures; 38% forest and woodland; 22% other; includes 1% irrigated Environment: subjec... ...d use: 3% arable land; NEGL% per- manent crops; 13% meadows and pastures; 2% forest and woodland; 82% other; in- cludes NEGL% irrigated Environment: m... ... Land use: 2% arable land; 0% permanent crops; 56% meadows and pastures; 22% forest and woodland; 20% other Environment: deforestation, overgrazing Sp... ... use: 2% arable land; NEGL% per- manent crops; 23% meadows and pastures; 43% forest and woodland; 31% other Environment: locally heavy rainfall causes... ...overnment leaders: Corazon AQUINO, President (since February 1986); Salvador LAUREL, Vice President and Foreign Minister (since February 1986) Suffrag...

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Dancing with Fate : Song of the Muses

By: Hywela Lyn

...med his dazzling, almost frighteningly handsome features, crowned with a wreath of laurel leaves. His eyes, brown in some lights, gold in others, ha... ...softness, she inhaled the aroma of mountain winds and sea salt, blossoms and pine forests and a wealth of other scents. When she touched the ground... ...grew in mossy clefts and on the edge of the pool. Bordering the mountains, a vast forest of oak and elm swept its branches skyward. Even above the ... ...e off the feeling he was not alone. Far above the outstretched arms of the nearby forest, beneath the slate cliff, a red kite hovered, its haunting... ..., squirrels. The doe gave him one last affectionate nuzzle, then trotted into the forest, and the squirrels scampered up a nearby oak. Myrddin wal... ...proceeded with some caution. Myrddin loved and respected all the creatures of the forests and mountains; he knew their ways and feared none of them...

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...ar, its painted chariot, charioteer and horses: The charioteer wears a laurel wreath. Sappho, about 30 years old, her hair braided around her ... ...and my girls. SAPPHO’S JOURNAL 29 P All day in the fragrant lemon forest, fallen fruit underneath the trees...all day alone. I have hated lo... ..., the brevity of summer, the dying year. It has the shepherd’s power, the forest’s—passion tamed and sanctified. Another one I like is... VOICES ... ...nship with Phaon affords discovery, Sumerian lassi- tude, great rivers and forests, prowling sand, the bay and its currents, the hull dipping, the ro... ...gh a sheet of green glass the faces of Sappho, Atthis and Anaktoria: a laurel wreath whirls above the Aegean: herons fly, dolphins leap. ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...Does a flea understand that it is living on a living organism? It lives in a forest of hair, just like we once lived in a forest of trees as hairy ... ...mes part of the soil, which then in turn nourishes the roots and seeds of the forest so that it can create new trees and new leaves. If you examine ... ...rest so that it can create new trees and new leaves. If you examine an entire forest over the period of one million years, you will find that all th... ...ed simply because it is much easier to get food by starting a grass fire or a forest fire: than hunting dangerous animals using a few small hand too... ...We copied volcanoes before we ever invented hand tools. We set fire to entire forests and plains long before we entered the Serengeti Plains where t... ...battle. The ritual of crowning Kings comes from Rome; 2,300 years ago: as the laurel wreath of hay… and then later oak leaves, denoted who was the b... .... Time for a new war! Just the thing to tone up their Nation and bring them laurels and glory and new wealth. War had been glorified and made att...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...ar, its painted chariot, charioteer and horses: The charioteer wears a laurel wreath. Sappho, about 30 years old, her hair braided around her ... ...and my girls. SAPPHO’S JOURNAL 33 P All day in the fragrant lemon forest, fallen fruit underneath the trees...all day alone. I have hated lo... ..., the brevity of summer, the dying year. It has the shepherd’s power, the forest’s—passion tamed and sanctified. Another one I like is... VOICES ... ...nship with Phaon affords discovery, Sumerian lassi- tude, great rivers and forests, prowling sand, the bay and its currents, the hull dipping, the ro... ...gh a sheet of green glass the faces of Sappho, Atthis and Anaktoria: a laurel wreath whirls above the Aegean: herons fly, dolphins leap. ... ...lmeted bark on the tree trunks. Before I finished, the Sala’s canopy, the forest umbrella, became more meaningful. My fat friend slept on and on. H... ... as- sortment. I’ve been grinding them. We’ll have a beautiful green, that laurel green LEONARDO DA VINCI’S JOURNAL 239 you’re fond of.” “I’m... ...through the château gardens, through the grove that leads into the King’s forest: paths are becoming familiar: I shake hands with old trees. At the ...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...ce spread, and where deep seas now roll in perpetual unrest a verdant plain or forest-covered country once invited the energies of man? RISE AND FALL ... ...ss. Amber has since been ascertained to be a vegetable resin, that exuded from forest trees which are now extinct, and which is found in large deposit... ...gle of the interior, a solid mass of footmen presented itself to their gaze! A forest of lances waved as the savage warriors danced and shouted, and e... ...h glorious success. The Spaniards, beaten from their towns, took refuge in the forests, and being pursued to their retreats, they formed ambuscades in... ...en from a task which seemed almost hopeless and resolved to look elsewhere for laurels. Directing his fleet to rendezvous at Tortuga, he made careful ... ...iding place, half submerged in the water, while each, day he could hear in the forest around his covert the baying of the hounds and, encouraging shou... ...n the risk of encountering the Spanish force, but returned to England, winning laurels by the way in a conflict with the vice-admiral of the Spanish f...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...nter the lumber business. RufiSnton is undecided. Case will enter the Yale forestry school. Chapman is undecided. Clarey will take up newspaper work u... ... street, New York city. Clark will teach science. Cole will enter the Yale forestry school. Combes will study law at Har- vard. Coulter will study for... ...ice were the milestones on a road which could not fail to lead to victory, Laurels in the Worcester meet now seem less unattainable than during the ye... ...an 3b. The Maroon scores follow : Armour Institute 4 St. Ignatius ' 2 Lake Forest Illinois Northwestern Illinois Wisconsin Purdue Illinois Northwester... ...cago 18 Chicago 5 Chicago 7 Chicago 5 Chipogo Chicago 11 St, Ignatius Lake Forest Illinois Northwestern Illinois Wisconsin Purdue Illinois Northwester... ...rcollegiates—Worces- ter is the Mecca for all but the favored few who seek laurels in the Harvard Stadium on June 1. The twenty-first annual meet will... ...s. A Williams shield in bronze was added to the white bunting and mountain laurel decoration of each pillar along the sides of the hall, and the danc-... ... the balcony railing centered in a canopy of the same colors, and mountain laurel ropes also stretched from the track to this center. At the east end ... ... Japanese lanterns, and other large Japanese lanterns hung on six mountain laurel ropes arranged along the sides. A number of smaller simi- lar lanter...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Periyar's Views on Untouchability

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...was obtained, and they made it into those beasts who live in the air, in the forest and in villages. His mouth was the Brahmins, his arms were ma... ...en people who toil like animals for over 14 to 18 hours in the rain or shine, forests, fields, hills, seas, workshops, industries and business centr... ... the term Andhra is also mentioned. An Andhra is one who hunts animals in the forest and sells them (10 th canto, 48th sloka). So, the Dravidians a... ...cting in violation of the Sastras.” When Rama goes around the country, in a forest he sees a Sudra called Sambhukan praying to God in order to att... .... So he wrote a letter to Rajagopalachari. Rajaji knew that I would carry the laurels and earn the credit. So he cunningly decided to make the Mahar... ... are mainly landless (69.6%) with little control over resources such as land, forest and water. There has been a marked rise in the number of agricu...

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What Your Bank Doesn't Want You to Know : About Where to Invest Your Money

By: Lillian R. Villanova

...an, Hopkins, Jackson, Jefferson, Jessamine, Johnson, Kenton, Knott, Knox, Larue, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Livingston,... ... Clinton, Columbia, Crawford, Cumberland, Dauphin, Delaware, Elk, Erie, Fayette, Forest, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Huntingdon, Indiana, Jefferson, J... ..., Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Door, Douglas, Dunn, Eau Claire, Florence, Fond du Lac, Forest, Grant, Green, Green Lake, Iowa, Iron, Jackson, Jefferson, J...

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Ivanhoe

By: Sir Walter Scott

...ich is wa- tered by the river Don, there extended in ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and val- leys whic... ...ed Saxons. THE SUN WA S SETTING upon one of the rich grassy glades of that forest, which we have mentioned in the beginning of the chapter. Hundreds o... ...f him,” said Gurth, “and the mother of mischief confound the Ranger of the forest, that cuts the foreclaws off our dogs, and makes them unfit for thei... ... “Why, how call you those grunting brutes running about *The Ranger of the Forest, that cuts the fore-claws off our dogs. 10 Ivanhoe on their four le... ... lay upon the grass beside him. This second Eumæus strode hastily down the forest glade, driving before him, with the assistance of Fangs, the whole h... ...d day, with a coronet composed of thin gold plate, cut into the shape of a laurel crown. On this second day the knightly games ceased. But on that whi... ...since every one desired to know who the knight was that had gained so many laurels, yet had refused, even at the command of Prince John, to lift his v...

...Excerpt: In that pleasant district of merry England which is watered by the river Don, there extended in ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and valleys which lie between Sheffield and the pleasant town of Doncaster. The remains of this extensive wood are still to be seen at the noble seats of Wentworth, of ...

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A Reading of Life

By: George Meredith

.................................................................... 28 Poem: Forest History................................................................ ..., Midway between eve and dawn, See the chase, the rout, the flight In deep forest; oread, faun, Goat-foot, antlers laid on neck; Ravenous all the line... ...ody glen, Under cliffs that tear the blue, Over torrent, over fen, She and forest, where she skims Feathery, darken and relume: Those are her white-li... ...s, Like the run with her, when rings Clear her rally, and her dart, In the forest’s cavern heart, T ells of her victorious aim. Then is pause and chat... ...rs that burn in dew. 10 A Reading of Life Comes there a tremor of night’s forest horn Across her garden from the insaner crew, She darkens to maligni... ... funeral tone. And doth the man pursue a tightened zone, Then be it as the Laurel God he runs, Confirmed to win, with countenance the Sun’s. Should pi...

... Poem: At The Close ........................................................................................................................ 28 Poem: Forest History....................................................................................................................... 28 Poem: A Garden Idyl .......................................................................

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The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc

By: Thomas de Quincey

...l by culinary pro- cess; and the trumpet that once announced from afar the laurelled mail, heart-shaking when heard screaming on the wind and proclaim... ... fluc- tuating mobs of a railway station. The gatherings of gazers about a laurelled mail had one centre, and acknowledged one sole interest. But the ... ... months en- tered about daybreak amongst the lawny thickets of Maryborough forest, couldst thou, sweet Fanny of the Bath 26 The English Mail-Coach an... ...glish Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc all at once we are arrived at Marlborough forest, amongst the lovely households* of the roe-deer; the deer and their ... ...ture is less characteristically impressed with the grandeurs of savage and forest life. 31 Thomas De Quincey a sullen proclamation of power lodged in... ...hat a heart-shaking addi- tion!—horses, men, carriages, all are dressed in laurels and flowers, oak-leaves and ribbons. The guards, as being offi- cia... ...ering of upper coats. Such a costume, and the elaborate arrangement of the laurels in their hats, dilate their hearts, by giving to them openly a pers... ...look down or look up with loving eyes upon our gay ribbons and our martial laurels; sometimes kiss their hands; sometimes hang out, as signals of affe... ...f Arc drifting towards us amidst music and incense, amidst blos- soms from forests and gorgeous corymbi from vintages, amidst natural carolling, and t...

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The Poems

By: George Meredith

......................................................................... 474 FOREST HISTORY ............................................................... ...ur and softness; Vales where sweet life is all Summer with golden romance: Forests that glimmer with twilight round revel-bright palaces; Here in our ... ...t, By the blue marsh-hovering oils: O the fools for all their moans! Not a forest mad with fire Could still their teeth, or warm their bones, Or loose... ...od-stridden courser, T ossing high its foamy mane. 46 Then he swims thro’ laurelled sunlight, Full of all sensations sweet, Misty with his morning in... ...r, Lo, the tall Peneian virgin Stands beneath her bathing bower. There the laurell’ d wreaths o’erarching Crown’ d the dainty shuddering maid; There t... ... o’erarching Crown’ d the dainty shuddering maid; There the dark prophetic laurel Kiss’d her with its sister shade. There the young green glistening l... ...y orb has vanished, And the bright sun thrones the skies! V oicelessly the forest Virgin Vanished! but one look she gave – Keen as Niobean arrow Thro’... ...bids him weep and stop. – He above each drop of crimson Shadowing—like the laurel leaf That above himself will shadow – Sheds a fadeless look of grief... ...the verge of life,—then flee! All the white ambrosial beauty Is a lustrous Laurel T ree! Still with the great panting love-chase All its running sap i...

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Miscellaneous Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

...here is this difference, however, between sea-robbers and the rob- bers in forests, that the latter may, without hazard, spare the lives of their vict... ...of her? What is to be thought of the poor shepherd girl from the hills and forests of Lorraine, that—like the Hebrew shepherd boy from the hills and f... ...se of a man unknown, gloomy, and perhaps maniacal himself, coming out of a forest at noon-day, laying his hand upon the bridle of the king’s horse, ch... ... of her situation. The fountain of Domrémy was on the brink of a boundless forest; and it was haunted to that de- gree by fairies that the parish prie... ...vel by culinary process; and the trumpet that once announced from afar the laurelled mail, heart-shaking, when heard screaming on the wind, and advanc... ...what a heart-shaking addi- tion!—horses, men, carriages—all are dressed in laurels and flowers, oak leaves and ribbons. The guards, who are his majest... ...ering of upper coats. Such a costume, and the elaborate arrangement of the laurels in their hats, dilated their hearts, by giving to them openly an of... ...ls! By the sudden start and raising of the hands, on first discovering our laurel- led equipage—by the sudden movement and appeal to the elder lady fr... ...ated countenances, we can almost hear them saying—“See, see! Look at their laurels. Oh, mama! there has been a great battle in Spain; and it has been ...

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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope Volume I.

By: George Gilfillan

.................................................................. 72 WINDSOR-FOREST38 ..................................................................... ...first at Kensington, and then in Binfield, in the neighbourhood of Windsor Forest. He is said to have put his money in a strong box, and to have lived... ... his translations and imitations. His next period, he says, was in Windsor Forest, where for several years he did nothing but read the classics and in... ...versification, and Dryden for his vigorous sense and vivid sarcasm. In the Forest, he became acquainted with Sir Will- iam T rumbull, the retired secr... ...ns Plato fired, And Epicurus’ lay inspired; In vain your guiltless laurels stood Unspotted long with human blood. War, horrid war, your th... ...blossom promise more. There in bright drops the crystal fountains play, By laurels shielded from the piercing day: Where Daphne, now a tree, as once a... ... roofs of fretted gold: Raised on a thousand pillars, wreathed around With laurel foliage, and with eagles crown’d: 140 Of bright, t... ...the flaming mine? 10 T wined with the wreaths Parnassian laurels yield, Or reap’d in iron harvests of the field? Where grows?—where ... ...atness equal ran, And all that raised the hero, sunk the man: Now Europe’s laurels on their brows behold, But stain’d with blood, or ill exchanged for...

................ 53 THE RAPE OF THE LOCK: AN HEROI-COMICAL POEM ............................................................................. 72 WINDSOR-FOREST38 ............................................................................................................................................ 94 ODE ON ST CECILIA?S DAY ...................................................

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The Great Stone Face : And Other Tales of the White Mountains

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...d inhabitants. Some of these good people dwelt in log huts, with the black forest all around them, on the steep and difficult hillsides. Others had th... ... rivers, and gathered up the ivory tusks of her great elephants out of the forests; the east came bringing him the rich shawls, and spices, and teas, ... ...from the home of Washington, there was an arch of verdant boughs, with the laurel profusely intermixed, and surmounted by his country’s banner, beneat... ...em bered friend, looked back and smiled upon him through the vista of the forest. Meantime, however, he could overhear the remarks of various individ... ..., beneath the 14 TheGreatStone Face arch of green boughs with intertwined laurel, and the ban ner drooping as if to shade his brow! And there, too, ... ...brow! And there, too, visible in the same glance, through the vista of the forest, appeared the Great Stone Face! And was there, indeed, such a resem ... ...eads was that black verge where the hills throw off their shaggy mantle of forest trees, and either robe themselves in clouds or tower naked into the ...

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