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  • Started by Rhonda Collins
    ...E TIME? In early years your mother says no to save you from a hot burner or crossing a street into oncoming traffic. She might object to objects inserted into your mouth which could p...
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  • ...look of him, Tostig was hungry for warmth and welcome.  After that, the questions would flow. And Halfdan had many. Ketil entered.  But the Skald inserted himself between Halfdan and t...
  • ...ing publicly "because the angels."  Some scribe dropped out a preposition or a phrase there in the Greek and translators over the years have just inserted stuff.  I like to use the phr...
  • ...ust be followed. These practices include, but are not limited to, the following guidelines: If words are omitted from a quote, ellipses must be inserted in their place. No words may...
  • Great idea!  My twitter handle/link is:  @Mlouiseg88 And the reason to insert your link is it makes it really easy to click on it and follow -- I just did with the three that have live links inserted :)
  • ...cts. Stir in flour 1/2 cup at a time and blend till smooth. Mixture will be thick. Spoon into Bundt pan. Bake about 45-50 minutes until toothpick inserted in middle comes away from pan...
  • Started by Cori Howard
    Last reply by Sarah Marxer
    ...ew and muscle. I didn't see blood, the slow seep of crimson across my belly. All this was hidden by a disposable, blue drape. The anesthetist had inserted a needle in the base of my sp...
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  • Last reply by Christine Koehler
    ...t to be unfounded here, the reader’s sense of tension is intended to linger, and it is a foreshadowing of events which come later. Now, if I had inserted camera angles, they would hav...
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  • ...t to be unfounded here, the reader’s sense of tension is intended to linger, and it is a foreshadowing of events which come later. Now, if I had inserted camera angles, they would hav...
  • ...er tangling her fingers in knots while trying to insert odd spellings to indicate pronunciation. :-) As for the spelling of "y'all," I've always inserted the apostrophe after the "Y,"...