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Baukind - Kita Spreesprotten - the sliding partition door which doubles as a chalkboard for information for the parents and as a drawing area for the children. The exposed mechanism of the door feeds the natural curiosity of kids about the way things work.

Most folks saw the basic symbolism when the three remaining original characters, Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinski and Lydia Martin, took seats around a table in the Beacon Hills High School library. They claim Allison’s chair moved as if someone pulled it out, sat down and then pulled closer to the table. R.I.P. Allison Argent. March 17th It’s been two years since Allison died.

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16.02.15 Finished planning and writing a practice history essay. I was going to go to the library now but I’m not feeling too good at the moment so I’m going to complete everything at home instead with a warm mug of green tea :) Need to finish off my economics holiday homework and chapter 3 of microeconomics before heading to the gym - t’is a long day today.

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Recycle your Magazines

Fold magazine papers and glue them in separate circles then attach the circles together to form a flat rectangular shape.


22 Science-Backed Study Tips to Ace a Test

22 Science-Backed Study Tips to Ace a Test #college #school #test

After being inspired by Hari and Deepti I decided to make some cut paper light boxes and put together three tutorials, one advanced, one intermediate and one...

Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi participating in a dance marathon, Wellington, 7 June 1976 Reference Number: EP/1976/2054/8 Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi, two of the remaining contestants in New Zealand’s first Bump Marathon, dancing the disco dance the Bump, Wellington. The pair have been dancing for over 20 hours and stand to win a trip to Fiji. Photographed 7 June 1976 by an unidentified Evening Post staff photographer.


this is pretty cool i mean id love this to happen to my local library XD

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