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The Anglo-Saxons, better known as the English, were originally named after the knives they carried. These were the "Saxe", ...
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3. There are two types of people in the world: those whom we are happy to see again and those whom we are happy to see go away. 4. There are three types of ...
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Mar 15, 2009 ... I ripped one neatly from a Frank Peretti book, claiming I was a writer and could do that sort of thing. I have fits of gall at times. ...
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The fact is, "Cobber Hill" is indeed barely a hill at all, and yet is the highest point in Moorhead! 14. Phil - 10/18/2006 10:06 pm EDT ...
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J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lost Road. Friday, March 6, 2009. The Friday Fight: Fantasy. Posted by Phil @ 1:06 pm EST Filed under: General ...
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Mar 15, 2009 ... Beyond the dread arena of Google Fight. What ideas, whose ideas, reign supreme in the mindshare of Google users. The truth could hurt. ...
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The experience of reading Died He For Me, by Mark A. Marinella, MD, ... Marinella does not subscribe to the theory, often referenced by ...
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Flanagan has the rangers in these stories armed with bows and what he describes as a sort of long knive/short sword called a "saxe knife. ...
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Who’s the hero of my Viking novels. And this is precisely how I’ve seen Erling too, since long before I ever read Titlestad. ...
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Comments on "Lars Confronts Viking Shield Wall": 1. lars walker - 10/17/2006 11:21 pm EDT. Wow! That's something. ...
 
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