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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    For centuries dogs have been known to be man’s best friends and that's why a lot of people love living with dogs. When it comes to living with dogs, have you thought...
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  • Started by Julie Ryan McGue
    ...story is centered around the gift of a child–a child who was born in unseemly circumstances, but who was welcomed and acknowledged by kings and centuries of people. The adopted child/...
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  • ...s with round eyes as well as those with red hair.  The setting along the silk road, which is actually a series of routes had been documented for centuries, but some cities had disappea...

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  • Shelley Workinger posted a status
    How does food change when you live for centuries? #FoodFic from Guest Author Yvette Calleiro: https://bookfare.blogspot.com/2020/03/foodfic-please-welcome-yvette-calleiro.html
  • Linda Weaver Clarke posted a status
    ...eriod. Sir Walter Scott was one of the first authors to popularize this genre in the early 19th-century when he wrote Ivanhoe. The 18th and 19th centuries were a time of chivalry and v...
  • Linda Weaver Clarke posted a status
    ...eriod. Sir Walter Scott was one of the first authors to popularize this genre in the early 19th-century when he wrote Ivanhoe. The 18th and 19th centuries were a time of chivalry and v...

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  • ..., "me" was an acceptable subject pronoun. In general, the distinction between object and subject pronouns has been disappearing from English for centuries--just as the distinction disa...
  • ...g the distinction between subject and object (not to mention the distinction between singular and plural. Have we all been using bad grammar for centuries because "ye" disappeared as a...
  • ...er makes more money.    Literary achievement standards shift through time. When a work is considered to have attained heights of excellence over centuries that work most likely is of s...