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Your Word Power - Proverbs 25:18

Proverbs 25:18 “A man that beareth false witness against his neighbor is a maul, and a sword, and a sharp arrow.”

The context, here seems to indicate that this false witness is slandering a person in a court of law which results in their punishment unjustly.  711 more words


The All Blacks, lineouts and the flying wedge.....

My pre-game prediction for the Rugby Championship fixture between South Africa and New Zealand (25th July) was South Africa would keep it tight and use their forwards to batter the Kiwis, as it was the only chance they had of winning. 1,028 more words


Australian Based Maul Products Launches New Website

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 19, 2015 ) Sydney, New South Wales — Maul Products has launched a new website to showcase their comprehensive range of traffic bollards, wheel stops and car park safety equipment. 22 more words

Runaway Tiger Kills Man in Tbilisi After Flood Damages Zoo

From The Epoch Times, Jun 2015

TBILISI, Georgia — A tiger that broke loose after severe flooding at the Tbilisi Zoo mauled a man to death in the Georgian capital before being shot by police Wednesday, a day after officials said all the zoo’s tigers had died.Zoo Director Zurab Gurielidze acknowledged he was to blame for releasing faulty information and said new counts indicated a tiger cub and a hyena could still be on the loose. 300 more words


An Analysis of The Maul

This weekend saw some interesting rugby matches. Royal v Peters was entertaining and had some good technically superior rugby shown by both teams. Science and Patana did the same. 1,193 more words

The Star Wars Prequels aren't terrible

Look, I love Star Wars.  I’ve seen each of the Original Trilogy, perhaps, hundreds of times each (yes, I mean hundreds literally and in the plural).   879 more words


Chapter 1: "The First Day" 16

Gwydion stands before a heavy wooden door. Windows on both sides reveal eclectic groups of people sitting at tables, drinking, talking and some shouting, at times, within and across their groups.   2,162 more words