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tars spinning around the galactic centers are moving at the same speed as the stars on the very edge of the galaxy,it doesn't make sense! No Actual Dark Matter Yet! #MajesticVision

tars spinning around the galactic centers are moving at the same speed as the stars on the very edge of the galaxy,it doesn't make sense! No Actual Dark Matter Yet! #MajesticVision

Whether you’re looking to kick your lesson planning into high gear or just need a few extra fun factoids and anecdotes to cap off your world history curriculum this school year, TeacherPop has a few suggestions to make the history of the world even more interesting for your students. Check out these top world history resources to keep your students at the edge of their seats! SHEG’s World History Lessons From Stanford History Education Group, these world history lessons are a great resource…

Whether you’re looking to kick your lesson planning into high gear or just need a few extra fun factoids and anecdotes to cap off your world history curriculum this school year, TeacherPop has a few suggestions to make the history of the world even more interesting for your students. Check out these top world history resources to keep your students at the edge of their seats! SHEG’s World History Lessons From Stanford History Education Group, these world history lessons are a great resource…

There is no such thing as a good slave owner. They owned my PEOPLE & used them as checks and balances. This cycle continues with prison and brutality. I do not want to hear shit about “Why can only Black people say this or that?” I don’t want to hear **** about “we’re all human.” And by the way, not one of those slaves are at rest. Those spirits were so alive, you could feel their presence, their pain & someday, their revenge.

There is no such thing as a good slave owner. They owned my PEOPLE & used them as checks and balances. This cycle continues with prison and brutality. I do not want to hear shit about “Why can only Black people say this or that?” I don’t want to hear **** about “we’re all human.” And by the way, not one of those slaves are at rest. Those spirits were so alive, you could feel their presence, their pain & someday, their revenge.

Health Administration – School of Allied Health Professions #mha, #master #of #health #adminstration http://papua-new-guinea.remmont.com/health-administration-school-of-allied-health-professions-mha-master-of-health-adminstration/  # Who are We? Balancing a rich history of tradition with active connections to the contemporary fields of practice and research, the Department of Health Administration at VCU is a unique place to study. The Department offers students the ability to receive a 21st…

Health Administration – School of Allied Health Professions #mha, #master #of #health #adminstration http://papua-new-guinea.remmont.com/health-administration-school-of-allied-health-professions-mha-master-of-health-adminstration/ # Who are We? Balancing a rich history of tradition with active connections to the contemporary fields of practice and research, the Department of Health Administration at VCU is a unique place to study. The Department offers students the ability to receive a 21st…

View a magnificent piece of history, the 1838 Cedars Plantation, located at the edge of Talladega National Forest and at the foot of Mt. Cheaha, the highest point in Alabama.

View a magnificent piece of history, the 1838 Cedars Plantation, located at the edge of Talladega National Forest and at the foot of Mt. Cheaha, the highest point in Alabama.

A Footnote about “FootNote”  If we were to translate the word footnote literally into Hebrew, it would be הֶעָרַת רֶגֶל (he’arat regel) which is wrong.   In English, the term derives from the placement of the note at the bottom, or foot רֶגֶל (regel), of the page. In Hebrew, however, the notes were most often written on the sides of the pages, on the שׁוּלַיִים (shulayim) the margins. You can see an example of such ‘side notes’ in a page of Talmud.   The שׁוּלַיִים are borders or margins…

A Footnote about “FootNote” If we were to translate the word footnote literally into Hebrew, it would be הֶעָרַת רֶגֶל (he’arat regel) which is wrong. In English, the term derives from the placement of the note at the bottom, or foot רֶגֶל (regel), of the page. In Hebrew, however, the notes were most often written on the sides of the pages, on the שׁוּלַיִים (shulayim) the margins. You can see an example of such ‘side notes’ in a page of Talmud. The שׁוּלַיִים are borders or margins…

For as long as women have been sewing, they've been using embroidery to tell their own stories—often in societies that refuse to hear them otherwise.

Mark My Words: The Subversive History of Women Using Thread as Ink

For as long as women have been sewing, they've been using embroidery to tell their own stories—often in societies that refuse to hear them otherwise.

#QuilonTour - Formerly known as #Kollam, is situated in the #south-west corner of #India in the scenic state of #Kerala. The city is an old #seaport on the #Arabiancoast, having sustained a commercial reputation from the days of #Phoenicians and #Romans, and an important trade centre of #Kerala. Situated on the edge of the #AshtamudiLake, #Quilon has a rich history with the town being known as #Desinganadu, #Kollam and #Quilon at various points of time.#HotelBookingServices #RoomAvailability…

#QuilonTour - Formerly known as #Kollam, is situated in the #south-west corner of #India in the scenic state of #Kerala. The city is an old #seaport on the #Arabiancoast, having sustained a commercial reputation from the days of #Phoenicians and #Romans, and an important trade centre of #Kerala. Situated on the edge of the #AshtamudiLake, #Quilon has a rich history with the town being known as #Desinganadu, #Kollam and #Quilon at various points of time.#HotelBookingServices #RoomAvailability…

Wedding dress, 1874. Bright green silk taffeta trimmed with silk satin; 4 pieces. Fitted bodice has high neck with button-front closure, drop shoulder sleeves, and upturned cuffs at wrist. Attached peplum is open in front and is edged with dark green silk tasseled fringe. Removable collar has silk satin-trimmed lapels & fringe edging. Skirt with train. Pleated, satin-trimmed ruffle at hem. Two-layered apron with back tie closure. Chicago History Museum

Wedding dress, 1874. Bright green silk taffeta trimmed with silk satin; 4 pieces. Fitted bodice has high neck with button-front closure, drop shoulder sleeves, and upturned cuffs at wrist. Attached peplum is open in front and is edged with dark green silk tasseled fringe. Removable collar has silk satin-trimmed lapels & fringe edging. Skirt with train. Pleated, satin-trimmed ruffle at hem. Two-layered apron with back tie closure. Chicago History Museum

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