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Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors This little pup is a rarely seen threatened white grey-headed flying fox, he has a condition called leucism, partial loss of pigmentation means his skin and hair, but not his eyes, are white in colouration. Thanks to Australian Bat Clinic & Wildlife Trauma Centre for taking care of this special little guy!

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Shrimp Bok Choy and Tumeric Soup

Packed full of delicious and healthy ingredients like turmeric, bok choy and shrimp for a healthy gluten free soup recipe.

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from InStyle.com

Jennifer Lawrence Gives New Meaning to "Sweaterdress" in Paris with Chris Pratt

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Citrine - Citrine is a variety of quartz whose color ranges from a pale yellow to brown. Natural citrines are rare; most commercial citrines are heat-treated amethyst. Citrine contains traces of Fe3+ and is rarely found naturally. The name is derived from Latin citrina which means "yellow"

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I currently have a pretty assortment of small aqua sea glass! They fit nicely in the little lotus flower lockets & allow you to carry a bit of the sea

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Archangel Ariel... is an Angelic Ambassador of Nature, Animals, Elements, Divine Magic and Manifestation. Archangel Ariel is experienced as a feminine angelic presence with a beautiful pale pink energy. Her name means "Lioness of God". As an Angelic Ambas

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from merriam-webster.com

Word of the Day: Glaucous

Glaucous came to English—by way of Latin glaucus—from Greek glaukos, meaning 'gleaming' or 'gray,' and has been used to describe a range of pale colors from a yellow-green to a bluish-gray. The word

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The Execution of Criminals; Slings in Ancient Warfare

"Stauros" Greek word for a pole/stake on which one is impaled (the root verb "stau'ros" is used in the Bible more than 40 times.) This verb means to fence with pales, to form a stockade, or palisade and this was the verb used by the mob calling for Jesus to be impaled. He did not die on a "cross." In several texts, Bible writers use another word for the instrument of Jesus’ death. It is the Greek word xyʹlon. This word simply means “timber “or “a stick, club, or tree.”

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