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The sistrum was a sacred instrument in ancient Egypt. It was used in dances and religious ceremonies, particularly in the worship of the goddess Hathor. The U-shape of the sistrum's handle and frame seen as resembling the face and horns of the cow goddess.[

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T H E   W I N N E R ’ S  C U R S E ― Kestrel and Arin   “Looks like someone’s suffering the Winner’s Curse.” Kestrel turned to her. "What do you mean?" "You don’t come to auctions often, do you? The Winner’s Curse is when you come out on top of the bid, but only by paying a steep price.” ― Marie Rutkoski

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Mike Dooley, www.tut.com I am master of my domain! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1946619846/secrets-and-lies-in-el-salvador-is-the-novel-i-am

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Remembering The Life Of Acclaimed Artist Moebius

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