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Simple Adjustments - Precognosis (In Depiction of Title)


Adaptations Made Through Query.

Inseminations carried on from Contemporal Alignments.

Dissociative Figures (Modules) are Excelling Within Compounds of the Additional Grid Structures.

Insemination’s Carried on From “Precognosis” – Adaptations to that word came in from telepathic Modulations of the Exo-Atmospheric Variations of the Fall. 177 more words

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Fayose dismisses speculation over his presence at Akeredolu's inauguration.

Gov. Ayo Fayose of Ekiti yesterday dismissed speculation about his presence at the swearing-in ceremony of Ondo state governor Rotimi Akeredolu, stating that he was there as part of his commitment to Yoruba unity. 319 more words

The Inauguration

Donald Trump is the gift that keeps on giving.  His name is everywhere, filling the newspapers.  If you live on the West coast or in the Northeast it is mandatory that you hate him, even though we are told that love trumps hate.   1,138 more words

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Inauguration of Misfit Elves

Hi there!

We are pleased to introduce Misfit Elves: The IISc UG Peer Support Group.

An inaugural session of the group will be organized on Monday, 27th February, at 9 pm in the  UG-MLH. 124 more words


Kanye West Makes History as First Professional Rapper President

by Mark Saporta, Political Correspondent Emeritus

WASHINGTON D.C, JANUARY 20, 2021—Three months after his landslide victory over Republican incumbent Mike Pence, Kanye West was inaugurated today as the 47th President of the United States. 382 more words

Sunday February 26 2017: Church! What Is It Good For?

“When our values are threatened, a congregation is an anchor against despair.”
– Doug Muder in UU World

Many times my UU faith has been an anchor against despair, and my congregation a place where I could reaffirm I was not alone in beliefs that didn’t seem to be shared, or were actively condemned, by the culture around me. 162 more words


“Not My President!”: An account from a Dual British Citizen in DC

by TANISHA JEMMA ROSE SPRATT | University of Cambridge, PhD student, Sociology
This is part of an ongoing series on Impressions of Post-Election America. If you are interested in contributing to this series, … 1,294 more words