The Brown Lady Raynham Hall is a 17th- century mansion in Norfolk, said to be haunted by The Brown Lady, identified as Dorothy Walpole, who became Lady Townshend and died in 1729. 259 more words
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The Green Earth Dictionary
Heft: to be bound or bonded; love; to be in place, to be placed, to be place: Its modern form indicates a weight, or heaviness, weighed by hand. 453 more words
A Farm in Iceland
Here’s a word Gunnar knew well, in his bones. It’s one that is worth bringing back into the language: heft. Its modern form indicates a weight, or heaviness, weighed by hand. 453 more words
Here’s a word that is worth bringing back into the language: heft. Its modern form indicates a weight, or heaviness, weighed by hand. No scale required. 369 more words
Whenever frustrations haunt you;
And you’ve no place left to turn!
Try your best, to pass the test;
Go outside, and learn!
Whenever envy should taunt you; 77 more words
From the Daily Reckoning
BY JAMES RICKARDS
For a century, elites have worked to eliminate monetary gold, both physically and ideologically.
This began in 1914, with the UK’s entry into the First World War. 866 more words
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Guest (Henry Yau) at the Stanley Hotel captures a creepy figure in the lobby. While Yau was in the lobby, he used the panoramic feature on his iPhone to capture a full view of the grand stairwell. 40 more words
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