East of Ireland Marathon – Longwood – August 2014

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Image from page 209 of “The typography of advertisements that pay : how to choose and combine type faces, engravings and all the other mechanical elements of modern advertisement construction” (1917)

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National Zoo’s African Lion Cubs Pass Swim Reliability Test and Explore Their Yard

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Leiden University Online Course:Terrorism & Counterterrorism: Comparing Theory and Practice

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Free Flying

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Valuable Brush Training Gained at Camp Pendleton

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Webb’s MIRI Shield Dropping in on Dropping Temperatures

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Somebody got hurt

Somebody got hurtBy StacieBee on 2010-06-16 19:39:48

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Chris telling us about the morgue

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