Sometimes a good rhyme takes a second to sink in. While the watered down stuff doesn’t come with any real meaning beyond the surface, the great ones usually include the rewind factor and a good set of headphones to be appreciated. 561 more words
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(Where British writer Vanessa Able decides to travel across India in the world’s cheapest car – a lemon-yellow Tata Nano – named Abhilasha)
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A few hundred metres before the intersection of the work-in-progress NH7 Highway and the rural road I was going to take, an elephant with a brightly painted face lumbered into view, galumphing from side to side with a man I presumed was its owner balancing sleepily on its back.
- Where is Milo trying to go at the beginning of chapter 16?
- Who does he meet on his way there?
- Explain why the boy says that we are better off when using averages. 351 more words