• Taking One for the Team
    dimples and big hazel eyes, she was fine enough to be Jet beauty of the week. So in my mind I start thinking “oh yes, birds of a feather flock together I know her friend fine as hell good looking out cuz”. Boy was I disappointed, as the girl came outside looking like hell, as ugly and as wide. I...
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  • Abu Bakr
    talons and then feathers. Each stage produces a regrowth of the removed body parts, allowing the eagle to live for another 30 - 40 years. Great leaders are the ones that always do "check and balance"of their personal and professional lives and make an effort to learn things every day. Positive Trait...
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  • Proverbs
    . * Far from eye, far from heart. * Fasting comes after feasting. * Faults are thick where love is thin. * Feast today and fast tomorrow. * Fine feathers make fine birds. * Fine words butter no parsnips. * First catch your hare. * First come, first served. * First...
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  • Emily Dickinson
    transcends language. In the final line of the opening verse two strong negatives “never...at all” ironically make a very positive statement about the nature of hope In the second verse Dickinson describes how this brave little bird displays its strength and courage, it is not defeated in confronting...
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  • The Verger
    . 'Liar. Then you should regret it. Why do you make your girls marry? It's you who do it. What do you do it for? Why?' 'The other three have done fine. They've three fine husbands. Why not Alice?' 'She's the last,' he mourned. 'Can't we keep her a bit longer?' 'Come, now, Dad. She'll be down the road...
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  • Inductive and Deductive Arguements
    . Inductive arguments (favoured by empiricists such as my fine self) while marred with the threat of falsehood, provide new knowledge and expand our understanding of the world in ways deduction never could....
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  • Proverb
    a little virtue. Every rose has its thorn. Meaning:( Every good thing has its downside. Failure is the stepping stone for success. Meaning:( Failing will make more determined to succeed the next. Fine feathers can make fine birds. Meaning:( Beautiful outside appearance can make a...
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  • Essays of Flight- Doris Lessing
    should regret it. Why do you make your girls marry? It's you who do it. What do you do it for? Why?" "'The other three have done fine. They've three fine husbands. Why not Alice?" "She's the last," he mourned. "Can't we keep her a bit longer?" "Come, now, Dad. She'll be down the road...
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  • Language and Age
    hatchet”, “fine feathers make fine birds” and “ones bitten twice shy.” Words as fuddy-duddy, bashful, muckle, willy-nilly are more common for people of old generation who probably don’t familiar with meaning of lol, idk, aamof, c2 and 2mm. Another example is if we are watching old movies of 50s and...
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  • digging through dirt
    this. I pluck the feathers around the site of the cuting beforehand to make this easier. For whole bird tails, breasts or sections of skin with feathers attached ( that you wish to remain attached ) , you need to remove the piece of skin that the feathers are attached to. Inspect the feathers...
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  • art of embroidery in palestine
    representations of Cypress tree, bunches of grapes, apple tree, cauliflower, cock pigeon, rainbow, roses, birds, flower pots and extensive other such representations. Geometric designs were given such names as “ Foreign moon ’’, “ cows eye ’’ , “ millwheel ’’, “ crab ’’ , “moon with feathers...
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  • Minoans
    himself and his young son Icarus. He tied feathers together, from smallest to largest so as to form an increasing surface. He secured the feathers at their midpoints with string and at their bases with wax, and gave the whole a gentle curvature like the wings of a bird. When the work was done, the...
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  • Forensic Archeology Essay
    of feathers from native species. In some cases, particularly with parts of feathers, a microscopic examination may be helpful to detect small variations in the make-up of feather structures between bird families. This type of identification work is undertaken by agencies such as the ‘Birdstrike...
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  • Comparing the Use of Icarus in “Musée Des Beaux Arts” and This Heavy Craft”
    French for “Museum of fine arts”) makes reference to Icarus through the painting “Landscape with the Fall of Icarus” by Pieter Brueghel. This painting lays out a scene of ordinary life taking place, while Icarus, in plain view is drowning in the sea. “Musée des Beaux Arts” brings forth the...
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  • Flight
    , his lips trembling. He held the new bird to his face, for the caress of its silken feathers. Then he shut it in a box and took out his favourite. ‘Now you can go, he said aloud. He held it poised, ready for flight, while he looked down the garden towards the boy and the girl. Then, clenched in the...
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  • Chicken
    Long, long ago in a small village in the outer country of a faraway land, a little red-tailed hawk and her mama were catching robins to make robin pies. Little Red-Tail was a small hawk with a bright red tail, just like her mama’s. Little Red-Tail’s granny wasn’t feeling well, so Mama Hawk was...
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  • Short Story
    same short brown hair and luscious green eyes. Also there is the drug dealer who is represented as a ‘nice man’ in the story. Flight and Storm are twin cats, both pure black. Bramble and Tawny were ginger cats and Feather and Crow were black and grey cats. Complications – The drugs got in the way...
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  • drone attacks
    nation is directly proportional to the level of literacy in it. 3. “Justice delayed is justice denied”. 4. National integration. 5. “Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes”. 6. It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds. 7. On tolerance. 8. Self-conceit may lead to...
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  • Photographers
    mentions. Mentioned amongst the top five most important people in the photography industry in India since the last five years. Amongst the top three photographers as mentioned by Asian Photography. One of the few photographers to be a part of the first book on fine art photography in India. First Indian...
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  • Quatation
    what we can all say but what we are unable to say.  James Michener Writing is like prostitution. First you do it for love, and then for a few close friends, and then for money. Maxims 1. "Good things come in small packages." 2. "Birds of a feather flock together...
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