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Labor Library at the Department of Labor-- man am I a nerd...

Labor Library at the Department of Labor-- man am I a nerd.

Cottage of the Week: Sweden  - Home Bunch – Interior Design Ideas

Cottage of the Week: Sweden - Home Bunch – Interior Design Ideas

le Opinions on Military Tactics", Sept. 30 1790 caricature engraved by Isaac Cruikshank. Despite the title, this doesn't really mock feminine ignorance of military matters, but instead derives its humor from situations involving inexperienced soldiers of the militia or volunteers -- and adds in a good number of double entendres:

Female Opinions on Military Tactics, a caricature engraved by Isaac Cruikshank

Matrakçı Nasuh Soltaniyeh Map (2) - Matrakçı Nasuh – Wikipedia

Matrakçı Nasuh Soltaniyeh Map (2) - Matrakçı Nasuh – Wikipedia

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magnets accordion book and other foldables and minibooks, directions and pdfs included

Forest Park, Springfield MA - a set on Flickr

Forest Park, Springfield, MA - the Indian

Cyclone - A rough ride at Six Flags New England - I rode it when the park was still called Riverside Park in Springfield, MA

Cyclone - A rough ride at Six Flags New England - I rode it when the park was still called Riverside Park in Agawam, MA Loved the wooden roller coasters, but every time I rode on them I would get a headache.

The Center for Applied Linguistics Collection contains 118 hours of recordings documenting North American English dialects. The collection debuted September 10, 2009, on the Library of Congress American Memory website. The recordings include speech samples, linguistic interviews, oral histories, conversations, and excerpts from public speeches.

What dialect do you speak? The Center for Applied Linguistics Collection has 118 hours of recordings documenting North American English dialects.

Eva Mirabel (Eah Ha Wa) [Pueblo woman carrying basket of blue corn on her head], 1941

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Paradise, Tomatoes, Heaven, Heavens

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Air: The Restless Shaper of the World by William Bryant Logan. The author of "Dirt and Oak" brings to life this quickest, most sustaining, most communicative element of the Earth.

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