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23 Perfect Words For Emotions You Never Realised Anyone Else Felt

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Courage, the original definition of courage, when it first came into the English language - it's from the Latin word cor, meaning heart - and the original definition was to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.

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How could they disrespect the original show by bringing out this crap!!! And Robin's love for Starfire is definitely not unrequited.

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This is why so many people are scared of "feminism." Not because they hate women but because they fear man haters. Some self proclaimed feminists really do hate men, and that's not the original definition of feminism.

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Cost Accounting

We’ve taken our best-selling Cost Accounting guide and enhanced it with fresh, up-to-date information that every company should know! Like the original, our 6-page edition details the many aspects of accounting within businesses; key definitions and examples of accounting practices are listed for ea

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As the third full moon in a rare season with four, this one fits the original definition for a “Blue Moon.”

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65 Impossibly Beautiful Alternative Engagement Rings You'll Want To Say Yes To

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So glad to have made it to @drawingcenter today before this show closed. Image from my sketchbook / words from "Cecily Brown: Rehearsal" wall text: "...the concept of 'rehearsal,' a term derived from the Old French rehercier that originally meant to go over something again with the aim of more fully understanding it. The notion that this repetitive action was geared toward a culminating performance was a later conceit that has obscured the original definition of the word as valuing inquiry…