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Sarah Ferguson’s pricey London pastimes from Claridge’s to the Ivy - what does it cost?

Sarah Ferguson is often seen out and about the capital, dining in hotels and fancy restaurants. As a former-member of the Royal Family she has enjoyed access to great wealth in her life. 26 more words

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Sarah Ferguson posts Andrew snap and wears wedding gift from Queen amid reunion rumours

Sarah Ferguson posted to her 229,000 Instagram followers this weekend and image of her husband. It comes after she stepped out wearing her wedding present from the Queen. 32 more words

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Chapter 173

Once we knew where to point Minerva, it was almost childishly simple to follow Frizzle’s trail. During the Community’s heyday, she’d taken it upon herself to tutor the lesser talents and to teach those of us who’d proven ourselves many of her techniques. 3,097 more words

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Women Who Fear the Lord - Sarah

She lied, laughed at God, took things in her own hands, yet God chose to honor her in the Bible as an obedient wife. You can find Sarah’s story in Genesis 11-23. 72 more words

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Three Things That Surprised Me During My Trip to Gaborone & Lobatse, Botswana - Sarah

Language Barrier

When traveling to a new place, I am always open to new experiences, fun adventures, and meeting new people. There is also the possibility of being surprised by various things during my travel. 942 more words

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Culture(s) & Society: Gaborone & Lobatse, Botswana - Sarah

Etiquette

Similar to many African countries, respect is highly valued and expected in the Botswana culture. Good etiquette is seen through greetings as it is considered polite to address senior men as Rra, which means father, and women as Mma, which means mother. 566 more words

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History of Botswana - Sarah

Gaborone & Lobatse, Botswana

Origin & Migration

Botswana is a landlocked country, which borders South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Zambia. The country is 581,730 square kilometers in area—about the same size as France. 657 more words

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