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Původně jsem si tehdy před rokem chtěla koupit klasický One Line A Day, ale pak jsem objevila toto .. ❤️. Takže už (skoro) rok má Amálka svůj/můj deníček .. samozřejmě už od těhotenství 😁
Má tam to moje “nejžhavější období” .. zkouškové v zimním semestru v 3. trimestru těhotenství 😂. Byla to jízda 😁. Dodělat poslední zkoušku 2 dny před prvním termínem porodu .. byl to risk 😂. Tak nějak jsem v té nejhorší variantě počítala s tím, že budu rodit v Plzni, přes 100 kiláků od domova 🙈😂 I když ... po zkušenosti s Mostem nevím, zda by to nebyla spíš lepší varianta 🤔
Existuje i nějaká česká varianta takového deníčku? Ať příště podpoříme český výrobek 😊❤️. ..
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he is an absolute inspiration
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Russia’s first line of defence, against ground forces, will always be their “terrible” weather...
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1760 – ACTON, MA – 300 MAIN STREET – JONATHAN & SIMON HOSMER HOUSE

View of the underside of the fireplace arch at the second-storey southeast chamber showing roughly hacked bricks and clay mortar plastered on broken bricks to provide a smoothly curved surface [courtesy of the Acton Historical Society]
Unlike the more precise lining out practiced on brick buildings of the period (see Historic Masonry Finishes in New England), lining on the gable was variable with the sizes of imitation bricks ranging from 2¾” to 3⅝” high and 8” to 10” long. Coursing was similarly irregular. Weathering on the plaster has preferentially eroded white joints that protected underlying red surfaces, leaving the pattern of brickwork now more visible as red lines across a faded background. More vivid original colors survive beneath the projecting ends of the roof at the rake of the gable and at the underside of projecting purlins, which were also painted with the same red pigment. .
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Mount Nemrut ( Nemrut Dagi in Turkish) is a monumental site belonging to the Kingdom of Commagene, a small, independent Armenian kingdom that was formed in 162 B.C.

This was a period during which the once mighty Seleucid Empire was beginning to disintegrate, allowing certain areas of its empire to break free from the centralised control of the Seleucids. Located in the eastern Taurus mountain range in southern Turkey, near the town of Adiyaman, Mount Nemrut is home to an ancient complex built by the fourth, and arguably the most famous, king of Commagene, Antiochus I Theos (the ‘God King’).

King Antiochus used ancient calendar systems, by linking the Commagene year, which till then had been based on the movements of the Sun and Moon, to the Sothic-Anahit (Star of Sirius) and Hayk (Star of Orion) cycle used by the Egyptians as the basis of their calendar.

Antiochus commissioned the construction of a magnificent religious sanctuary on Mount Nemrut (Nemrud Dagi), a 2,100 metre high mountain where people could come and pray to him. Antiochus wanted his sanctuary to be in a high and holy place, close to the gods in order to be in rank with them, and high enough that the whole kingdom could see it and remember him.

The tomb-sanctuary was built in 62 BC and consists of a pyramid-shaped mound of stone chips with a diameter of 145 m and was 50 m in height. Two antique processional routes radiate out from the east and west terraces. The scale of this structure and the amount of labour that was required to build it are impressive on their own.

Nevertheless, it is the cultural assimilation reflected in this monument that sets it apart from most other superstructures.
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lets start off this spicy meme page adventure with some information about the owner, i am Kaiser Wilhelm
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