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The manchineel tree , Hippomane mancinella , is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family ( Euphorbiaceae ), native to Florida in the United States , the Bahamas , the Caribbean , Central America , and northern South America . [ 1 ] The name "manchineel" (sometimes written "manchioneel") as well as the specific epithet mancinella is from Spanish manzanilla ("little apple"), from the superficial resemblance of its fruit and leaves to those of an apple tree.
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I recently watched the movie 'Hocus Pocus' again and was charmed by the name of one of the characters, Thackery.
Robert Pattinson is starting his TV media blitz for Cosmopolis a couple days earlier than expected.
This Short Documentary on Mitch Hedberg’s Writing Process Will Floor You | Splitsider Posted 7 months ago from bookmarklet
First thing, let’s define what ARCs (Advance Readers Copies [sometimes also referred to as galleys or bound galleys or AREs—Advance Readers Editions]) are, so we’re talking about the same thing: An uncorrected proof of the book that is bound into book form for easier reading. They are expensive for houses to make, because they do not benefit from the economies of scale of finished editions, so much so that each ARC produced actually costs the publisher far more than the amount it costs to print final books. For many titles, the ARCs will represent one of the biggest outlays of marketing money the book will receive. If they are so spendy, why do them? The best way to get people to be passionate about a book is to let them read it.
Let’s be honest; as designers, we almost definitely will judge books by their covers. When they’re all we have to go on when we’re deciding what to buy at the bookstore, who can blame us – or any book shopper, for that matter? This post is a celebration of the idea that yes, book covers do matter a great deal. If you’ve read any of these books and have thoughts on how they fit with their covers, we’d love to hear them in the comments! The Red Pepper in the Hay , by Marion Steiger
GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (Soundtrack) Songs from the film "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (1953) Starring Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe TWO LITTLE GIRLS FROM LITTLE ROCK (Jule Styne / Leo Robin) Performed by Jane Russell & Marilyn Monroe BOTH: We're just two little girls from Little Rock We lived on the wrong side of the tracks But the gentlemen friends who used to call They never did seem to mind at all They came to the wrong side of the tracks MARILYN: Then someone broke my heart in Little Rock So I up and left the pieces there Like a little lost lamb I roamed about I came to New York and I found out BOTH: That men are the same way everywhere BOTH: I was young and determined to be wined and dined and ermined And I worked at it all around the clock JANE: Now one of these days in my fancy clothes I'm a going back home and punch the nose BOTH: Of the one who broke my heart MARILYN: The one who broke my heart BOTH: The one who broke my heart in Little Rock Little Rock, Little Rock.....
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I would get Adobe in design and use the pen tool to trace your designs to turn them into vector images. you can use the auto tool but the pen tool i think is more accurate. just scan your design into a computer as a jpeg and upload it to the computer. if the designs are too detailed for vector work a jpeg will be fine if the original scan is large enough to be printed without getting pixelated. in design can be expensive depending how you buy it. adobe offers student and teacher discounts that are huge discounts. and there is a 30 day free trial. there are also ways to pirate it but i would not recommend this. you can get viruses or go to jail. plus its a good enough program that adobe deserves to get paid for it. photoshop is also a great tool to use to design. you can make jpeg images. you can edit text... do just about anything you can think of to an image. this may be the path you want to go.
Designing T-shirts is fun and exciting!. There are a lot of creative things you can do with T-shirts. Plus they are relatively expensive to get made.
" Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo " is a grammatically valid sentence in American English , used as an example of how homonyms and homophones can be used to create complicated linguistic constructs. It has been discussed in literature since 1972 when the sentence was used by William J. Rapaport , an associate professor at the University at Buffalo . [ 1 ] It was posted to Linguist List by Rapaport in 1992. [ 2 ] It was also featured in Steven Pinker 's 1994 book The Language Instinct as an example of a sentence that is "seemingly nonsensical" but grammatical. Pinker names his student Annie Senghas as the inventor of the sentence. [ 3 ]
A few years ago, I had the idea to make a miniature copy of the book Paper Towns by John Green, and film the process of creating it. John’s newest book The Fault in Our Stars was just released about a week ago, so I decided to redo that video, except with a copy of TFioS. I hope you enjoy watching, and check out more photos below!