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today at 01:00.
FBVideoDownloader.info is a facebook video downloader online, this tool helps you download facebook videos by grabs direct links to download and save for free
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awesome app! Thanks buddy!
I had used some apps like this one but frankly, this is faster
This is insane, I never thought of something like this to download videos from fb
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Disney’s princesses always attract a special scrutiny because those characters so thoroughly pervade the minds of young girls.
The controversy behind Disney’s groundbreaking new princess
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today at 12:21.
Today, behaviour like this seems more like hoarding.
(via Atlas Obscura)
Bibliomania, the Dark Desire For Books That Infected Europe in the 1800s
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today at 12:45
No different than our CD collections, ipod/itunes collections, laptop bookmarks, etc ad infinitum! Media changes, human tendencies do not.
today at 12:42
Reading books in abundance is not like hoarding. It sounds like a lot of people without the ability to appreciate the art of reading labeled it an illness because it was beyond their capacity to understand. Small minded idiots who persist in existence today.
today at 12:39
Many people of today could use a bit reading books.
today at 09:40.
“There’s a certain slant of light”, the American poet Emily Dickinson once wrote, “that oppresses”.
The power of a beam of light
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today at 02:11.
This was the moment Vincent Willem van Gogh became the modern artist we remember today.
Van Gogh and the decision that changed art history
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yesterday at 18:43.
He electrified the art world as much for his quarrelsome antics as his unconventional pictures.
Why Caravaggio was as shocking as his paintings
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yesterday at 19:50
Halima Kalim this talks about that one time when he killed a guy
Allan Gutiérrez Lopes Gravato
yesterday at 18:48
Maria Rita Waldheim
yesterday at 19:53
Juan Ricardo Cruz Moreira....
yesterday at 16:30.
Our gift guide has some suggestions for all of your culture-loving friends and family, however difficult to please.
Festive gift ideas and inspiration for 2016
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yesterday at 14:44.
The story of the Brontës is coming to the small screen this Christmas.
Ten TV shows to watch in December
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yesterday at 15:41
😍 Wish I were English! We don't have such good stuff on French TV (in my opinion)
yesterday at 16:15
Acorn TV only $5 a month and you can watch it along with other British shows
yesterday at 16:06
I 've got 10 books to read already... Not sure I can watch 10 hours of telly too...
yesterday at 12:31.
He will be honoured with a memorial in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey today.
A beautiful animation of Philip Larkin’s The Trees
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Lacotea Bishop Stansbury
yesterday at 12:41
Love love love Philip Larkin, more than all the cakes in the world, more than some actual real people I know.
Syamala K Devi
yesterday at 15:59
An engaging poet, loved the perfect craftsmanship of his poetry, so also the clarity of thought and lucid style. Why should, l let the toad work Squat on my life? I remember the poet speaks of the grinding world of work and home and finally concludes that it is work that gives meaning to life. Very different from the modern poetry.
yesterday at 12:48
I too adore the miserable old bugger!
yesterday at 12:13.
They are borrowed from English but their meanings are new and different.
The foreign words that seem like English – but aren’t
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yesterday at 14:24
From now on, my jeans shall be known as "farmer pants".
yesterday at 13:20
These might amuse you Felicity Taylor xx
yesterday at 09:34.
"Just because taxidermy is made from the skins of dead animals doesn’t mean it’s intrinsically macabre."
The strange history of taxidermy
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yesterday at 10:25
It's no more macabre than your leather shoes, belt and gloves. Still in my childhood old ladies wore shoulder wraps made of two foxes with beady glass eyes.
yesterday at 13:50
The photo of the stuffed kittens really disturbed me.
Natalie Valentina Casetti
yesterday at 11:01
Oh yes it is! Would you do it to your grandmother? If not, You know the answer.
yesterday at 02:15.
It was just another ordinary day at work for this art restorer, until this happened...
‘How I discovered a masterpiece’
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David Alexander Barnett
yesterday at 11:35
Why is it that it was thought inferior and insignificant then they find a signature and suddenly it's a masterpiece? It's the same painting. Ok...it's importance increases because it's by a recognised master...but that doesn't change the quality of the painting. It's either fabulous or it isn't.
David Alexander Barnett
today at 08:31
Simone Cotic...so is there another painting exactly the same?
yesterday at 03:07
Danaë about you Edgar, but I think this is cool
12/01/2016 at 18:22.
It's a glowing homage to the golden age of Hollywood.
It's ★★★★★ for the romantic, nostalgic La La Land
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yesterday at 05:39
This is surprising... a musical now being considered the year's best.
yesterday at 11:22
This looks amazing! Can't wait to see it.
yesterday at 08:24
This has been a tonic in what was a very weird year, one of my favourite films! ❤
11/30/2016 at 14:29.
If you're looking for gift inspiration, consult our festive guide:
[ Bbc.in Link ]
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12/01/2016 at 16:30.
Some gift ideas for literature lovers.
Festive gift inspiration: Presents for the book buff
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yesterday at 17:40
Imi place lampa.
12/01/2016 at 14:24.
Read letters sent by Charlotte Brontë, Charles Dickens and more.
What history’s love letters reveal
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yesterday at 01:16
Hundreds of years now, will we get a collection of emails of famous writers and artists to their lovers? Love letters are now a lost art form, sadly.
12/01/2016 at 16:20
Sarah, something you may be into.
12/01/2016 at 12:07.
Norwegians have a word that means ‘to sit outside on a sunny day enjoying a beer’.
Eleven amazing words that we need in English
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12/01/2016 at 13:39
The good thing about the German language is that we can make up new words. The English is not so flexible with new word formation. Anyway, these language unique words are the soul and heart of a language spoken in a culture and are sometimes only appropriate in the right circumstances.
12/01/2016 at 15:12
(Un)Surprisingly, the Finnish language has a word for drinking and getting tipsy (read: drunk) at home whilst wearing something very comfy, kalsarikännit. Literally "getting drunk in your underpants". It works like magic throughout the year but especially in the winter.
12/01/2016 at 12:27
I am Norwegian and the word "utepils" does not mean to sit outside on a sunny day, drinking beer. It just mean to sit outside and drinking beer. But mostly it is used by drinking beer on an pub or restaurant.
12/01/2016 at 09:41.
Most of Singapore’s population speak the unofficial language or dialect known as Singlish.
The language that couldn't be stopped
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12/01/2016 at 09:51
Singlish is a superior form of communication especially with older folks, by cutting the adjectives and using common terms adopted from other langauges and dialects, the message can be conveyed more efficiently. The challenge is for the younger generation to be able to switch to standard english when the need arises.
The-Emeritus Joon Siang
12/01/2016 at 10:58
Impressed how nuanced his understanding of the 'language' is. Even as a Singaporean I at times found my explanations to puzzled visitors often inadequate.
Prajiv Lionel Proctor
12/01/2016 at 11:39
Ironic that Singapore's government was so effective in stamping out Chinese dialects in favour of Mandarin but is unable to eradicate Singlish and get everyone to speak the Queen's English
12/01/2016 at 02:11.
It's known as ‘the Canadian vowel shift’.
Academics have noticed that the Canadian accent is undergoing a curious change
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12/01/2016 at 15:47
From "The Story of English". It states "The most obvious and distinctive feature of Canadian speech is probably its vowel sound, the diphthong ou. (Thus rhymes with boat so a phrase like "out and about in a boat" emerges as "oat and aboat in a boat".)" NOT OOT AND ABOOT!
[ Wikipedia.org Link ]
12/01/2016 at 05:48
I'm Australian and can usually pick Canadians Americans seem to have more of a drawl. Canadians sound a little more like an English twang every now and then. Just my thoughts
12/01/2016 at 03:26
I have lived in Canada for nearly seven decades and j have never heard anyone outside of comedy shows pronounce "about " as "aboot"
11/30/2016 at 18:36.
This image isn’t what it appears at first glance.
Look closer: What a background can reveal
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Marie Louise Pépin
12/01/2016 at 11:52
Nothing new, we had been looking Brueghel's work in the same manner for many years , in our history of art courses. While Icare is drowning, nothing changes around him.
12/01/2016 at 08:52
Fall of icharus
11/30/2016 at 16:25.
Some gift ideas for the design mad.
Festive gift inspiration: Presents for the design devotee
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