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Dark Shadows of the Past (The Greek Isles Series Book 4) #BookReview #ASMSG #MondayBlogs

  Synopsis A mysterious death… Christina Connors wakes up on a freezing hard surface surrounded by spine-chilling darkness. Realizing that she has been dumped in an alley next to a dead body, she searches her mind for an explanation but … Continue reading

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Is #Ebola Going To Kill You? Top 10 Causes of #Death Worldwide #ASMSG

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Ebola has grabbed all the headlines, but HIV still remains the world’s deadliest infectious disease – killing nearly the same number of people every day that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has so far … Continue reading

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The Native Speaker Myth: Death, Burial, and Funeral of a Fallacy

The Native Speaker Myth: ReVisited [Kindle Edition] The Native Speaker Fallacy is unwilling to be laid to rest. This fallacy, or myth, wants to live forever. It seduces language learners, it entices school owners, it promises global travel, fun, and … Continue reading

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Wilson, Keiser, Luxora: A Town Without A School Is No Town At All

South Mississippi County School Board Superintendent Gary Masters is Back – for The Second Time – in less than 4 months! (Buzzards and Vultures have more patience than Superintendent Masters. Buzzards and vultures wait for their victims to die a … Continue reading

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Debate Coach: Tips for Debating the Death Penalty (Troy Davis Execution)

Debate Coach, you have just received the motion for your next debate. Your team needs to begin the process of preparing arguments for, and against, the motion. Here’s the motion: “This House Believes the death penalty should be abolished.” Well, … Continue reading

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Amy Winehouse, In Her Own Words (Interview(s) About Her Life, Love, London & Music)

Pinterest: Thomas Jerome Baker Paperback books on Pinterest by Thomas Jerome Baker La Desconferencia: EdCamp Santiago (Spanish Edition) [Kindle Edition] Soy un maestro. Soy el más afortunado de todos quienes trabajan. A un médico se le permite traer una vida … Continue reading

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ENGLISH ONLY: THE NATIVE SPEAKER MYTH GETS AN ALLY

According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the USA was a country very rich in language diversity up until the 1800s. Tolerance was the word of the day. But in 1911 something drastic happened. The Federal Immigration Commission falsely … Continue reading

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