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The most common euphemisms Homer uses when describing the death of a warrior in The Iliad, done in uncials; the dying Achilles in the corner is based on the illustrations of Willy Pogany for a children’s book on the Trojan War.




can be a shock. (Especially when some misfit makes admissions~TUT!)


are the definitive World beaters at absolutely everything. It’s a fact we imbibe at our mothers’ bottle, one we learn from educational Ground Zero (day one at school) and the lesson is reinforced everywhere— 247 more words


EThOS unavailable tomorrow 17th October from 14:00 to 15:00

Due to an essential upgrade, EThOS will be unavailable tomorrow (17th October) between 14:00 and 15:00. This upgrade includes the implementation of the following new features: 32 more words


Eating Out Vegan: Afternoon Tea at Ethos, London

I recently turned 24 and I received the present of vegan afternoon tea at Ethos from one of my best friends to celebrate. Leading up to this I was so excited; online the restaurant looked so beautiful and in person it was even better. 416 more words

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Embroidery and Print

Working from a photograph that had been taken on the streets of Beijing to developing it into digital embroidery samples that in turn will be placed for the applied arts market whether it be in a hotel, luxury home or gallery. 106 more words

Is the Soul Weak?-Week 4

There’s so much I want to say in regards to this weeks reading and class discussions. I was just telling a classmate that I feel like I leave this class with more questions than answers and while I’ve always been naturally curious, I still want my answers. 444 more words

Occultatio: Burritos, bandits and bit of banter

According to Cicero there are three types of speeches, deliberative (to persuade an audience), judicial (to present a case in a debate or argument), and epideictic (to give a ceremonial speech). 560 more words