August 29, 2014


As SPECIFICALLY as possible, what were the counties of the lower 48 states named after? WITH 222 CATEGORIES.

As SPECIFICALLY as possible, what were the counties of the lower 48 states named after? WITH 222 CATEGORIES.

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August 28, 2014


A scratch! But ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man.

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THE ORIGINAL QUEENS

poloralphwhorin:

lokanda:

hex girls from Scooby doo

THE ORIGINAL QUEENS

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victoriousvocabulary:

PATRICIAN
[noun]
1. a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.
2. a person of very good background, education, and refinement.
3. a member of the original senatorial aristocracy in ancient Rome.
4. (under the later Roman and Byzantine empires) a title or dignity conferred by the emperor.
5. a member of a hereditary ruling class in certain medieval German, Swiss, and Italian free cities.
[adjective]
6. of high social rank or noble family; aristocratic.
7. befitting or characteristic of persons of very good background, education, and refinement.
8. of or belonging to the patrician families of ancient Rome.
Etymology: from Old French patricien, from Latin patricius, “noble”, from pater, “father”.
[Naoto Hattori - The Frog Prince]

victoriousvocabulary:

PATRICIAN

[noun]

1. a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.

2. a person of very good background, education, and refinement.

3. a member of the original senatorial aristocracy in ancient Rome.

4. (under the later Roman and Byzantine empires) a title or dignity conferred by the emperor.

5. a member of a hereditary ruling class in certain medieval German, Swiss, and Italian free cities.

[adjective]

6. of high social rank or noble family; aristocratic.

7. befitting or characteristic of persons of very good background, education, and refinement.

8. of or belonging to the patrician families of ancient Rome.

Etymology: from Old French patricien, from Latin patricius, “noble”, from pater, “father”.

[Naoto Hattori - The Frog Prince]

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A map demonstrating Chicago’s “hypersegregation” problem [1222 x 1600]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

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A map demonstrating Chicago’s “hypersegregation” problem [1222 x 1600]
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