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Definition #48 Ethel

Ethel is an Old English word meaning “noble”. It is frequently attested as the first element in Anglo-Saxon names, both masculine and feminine (Wikipedia)

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American Horror Story: Freak Show: "Bullseye" Review

“ELSA SAID A LOT OF THINGS.”

Note: The following review goes into detail about the episode. SPOILER ALERT!

Apparently, Elsa can no longer disguise her hater tendencies, as she delivered the Tattler twins to Dandy’s sacrificial front door last week. 346 more words

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Review: 'American Horror Story: Freakshow' From The Editor

Every season of television needs a central conflict around which it revolves, around which some other, smaller conflicts float, tethered to its orbit, but always drawn into the grand design. 712 more words

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Power to the People. Please vote.

Women. Our ancestors fought for and protected our right to contribute politically. We are no longer voiceless chattel. We are worthy, articulate participants. Honor yourself and honor those women who sacrificed to give us our rights. 321 more words

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the adventures of Ethel...

One of my favorite places to eat in Playa del Carmen is at Skinny Bikini Potatoes.!!! They have the best stuffed potatoes including ones topped with vegetables or chicken breasts or steak and even lobster.! 366 more words

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MFF Alum Rory Kennedy's LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM Opens Today at the Charles Theater!

MFF Alum Rory Kennedy‘s new award-winning documentary about the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War, LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM, opens in Baltimore today at the Charles Theater.   302 more words

Keeping Up With The Kennedys

Since I moved to Massachusetts I have somehow become obsessed with The Kennedys. I know I’m a little (a lot) late to the game but I’ve just started reading more about their history and am fascinated.   149 more words

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