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That's exactly what they look like, hands of a servant.

That's exactly what they look like, hands of a servant.

"Not by the hair of my chinny-chin-chin!" What exactly did the little pig mean, when he said that to the wolf? Perhaps something similar to what Samosa had in mind telling his boys before they went to the Bay of Pigs, "Just get me one hair out of Fidel's beard!"

"Not by the hair of my chinny-chin-chin!" What exactly did the little pig mean, when he said that to the wolf? Perhaps something similar to what Samosa had in mind telling his boys before they went to the Bay of Pigs, "Just get me one hair out of Fidel's beard!"

November 07 my mother in law went on a trip to Paris with her son and wife. While in Paris they went to the Louve where they explored all the wonderful paintings but payed particular attention to the renassaince era! As she gazed at the paintings her daughter in law told her the story of how it was believed that all the angels from this era were painted with an exact likeness to a child who had Down Syndrome and that they were referred as angels from heaven!! One month later Lileigh was…

November 07 my mother in law went on a trip to Paris with her son and wife. While in Paris they went to the Louve where they explored all the wonderful paintings but payed particular attention to the renassaince era! As she gazed at the paintings her daughter in law told her the story of how it was believed that all the angels from this era were painted with an exact likeness to a child who had Down Syndrome and that they were referred as angels from heaven!! One month later Lileigh was…

Uccello's landscape has a few highlights. I am very partial to that little hedge, or is it a lawn around the grotto? Still, the best part about the painting is not its composition, but the pigments, one of them to be exact, employed just for the mouth of the beast, for the name of that very special kind of red happens to be the Blood of the Dragon, and it was believed to be collected at the very site and at the moment of some dragon slaughter.

Uccello's landscape has a few highlights. I am very partial to that little hedge, or is it a lawn around the grotto? Still, the best part about the painting is not its composition, but the pigments, one of them to be exact, employed just for the mouth of the beast, for the name of that very special kind of red happens to be the Blood of the Dragon, and it was believed to be collected at the very site and at the moment of some dragon slaughter.

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