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Streetart – ESMARQ @ Morelia, Mexico — Barbara Picci

Originally posted on Transformations:
ESMARQ @ Morelia, Mexico ESMARQ @ Morelia, Mexico ESMARQ @ Morelia, Mexico Location: Morelia, Mexico Artist: Amauri Esmarq aka ESMARQ USEFUL LINKS: ESMARQ in this blog | Instagram | Facebook fan page Streetart – ESMARQ @ Morelia,…

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Hawkeye

It is the early 1970s and I must be twelve or thereabouts. It’s Easter and I am in the Scottish borders with my mother and father. My older brothers … Hawkeye

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Random psychology facts (Part1)

Originally posted on Let's talk:
.Staying quiet often means that you don’t think the other person is ready to hear your thoughts. .People who spend more time in the sun are likely to be happier. .Online dating and online…

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Wildflowers, Cerrado, Mato Grosso, Brazil

#Wildflowers, #Cerrado, #Mato Grosso, #Brazil Wildflowers, Cerrado, Mato Grosso, Brazil

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Sylvester Magee (1841-1971) The man who lived 130 years

Originally posted on blackisreallybeautiful:
S Sylvester Magee may have been the last living slave in America, and the oldest person who ever lived! Born a slave in North Carolina, he was the son of slaves named Ephraim and Jeanette, who…

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Common Women’s History Myths We Need To Let Go

for this #WomensHistoryMonth​ and #InternationalWomensDay​ let’s have a look at some common fashion- and social-related misconceptions surrounding the rare species called women, also known as Literally Half of The Human Population 😎

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Musical Clock from 1750 and Porter Music Box from 1978

In this Episode of Music Machine Mondays we are featuring two mechanical masterpieces, The Allin Walker Musical Clock from 1750 and the Porter Music Box from 1978. I was building the first Marble Machine at the Speelklok Museum that week … Continue reading

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Inuit Cartography

Originally posted on The Decolonial Atlas:
In Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland), the Inuit people are known for carving portable maps out of driftwood to be used while navigating coastal waters. These pieces, which are small enough to be carried in a mitten, represent…

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Office Hours Podcast: Dr. Sherry Watt | UOI

The inaugural episode of the University of Iowa College of Education Office Hours podcast features Sherry Watt, professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs, speaking about her research in difficult dialogues and their outcomes. Her “Theory of Being” informs the college’s Anti-Racism … Continue reading

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The Wigan Mining Monument

Originally posted on Down by the Dougie:
https://flic.kr/p/2jLRjC3 WordPress blogger Wednesday’s Child has been very quiet in recent months. Not suprising given that she’s a doctor working in a hospital in Manchester. I hope she’s keeping safe and healthy. I…

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