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Bem, a publicação abaixo diz respeito a sábado passado, 22 de Novembro...  Como já estão a decorrer inscrições para as novas turmas e próximos workshops, venho aqui falar-te do potencial de ganhos por cada venda.  Confere os números neste artigo do blog: http://blog.isaguedes.com/blog/inscri%C3%A7%C3%B5es-para-os-novos-workshops Depois de te inscreveres, estarás também habilitado/a para participares na próxima Aula Magna...

Bem, a publicação abaixo diz respeito a sábado passado, 22 de Novembro... Como já estão a decorrer inscrições para as novas turmas e próximos workshops, venho aqui falar-te do potencial de ganhos por cada venda. Confere os números neste artigo do blog: http://blog.isaguedes.com/blog/inscri%C3%A7%C3%B5es-para-os-novos-workshops Depois de te inscreveres, estarás também habilitado/a para participares na próxima Aula Magna...

The face of a man murdered in the Scottish Highlands around 1,400 years ago has been digitally reconstructed. he died sometime between 430 and 630 CE. This would have meant he was part of the Picts, a collective of tribes in Scotland who repelled the conquests of both Romans and Angles up until the 10th century CE.

The face of a man murdered in the Scottish Highlands around 1,400 years ago has been digitally reconstructed. he died sometime between 430 and 630 CE. This would have meant he was part of the Picts, a collective of tribes in Scotland who repelled the conquests of both Romans and Angles up until the 10th century CE.

America’s colleges and universities are the perfect petri dishes for cultivating destructive ideas and movements. The people in charge are usually leftists who hate to say “no” to anything proposed by fellow members of the tribe of progressivism. They have lots of money to throw around. They assume that they won’t suffer any adverse consequences from actions that politicize their institutions, so long as it’s the kind of politicization acceptable to the Left. That explains the rise of the…

America’s colleges and universities are the perfect petri dishes for cultivating destructive ideas and movements. The people in charge are usually leftists who hate to say “no” to anything proposed by fellow members of the tribe of progressivism. They have lots of money to throw around. They assume that they won’t suffer any adverse consequences from actions that politicize their institutions, so long as it’s the kind of politicization acceptable to the Left. That explains the rise of the…

Hearing I ask from all the tribes  greater and lesser the offspring of Heimdall;  Father of the Slain you wished me well to declare living beings ancient stories those I remember from furthest 	back.  I remember giants born in early time those nurtured me long ago;  I remember nine worlds I remember nine giants women the mighti Measuring-Tree below the earth.  Early in tme Ymir made his settlement  there was no sand nor sea nor cool waves;  earth was nowhere nor the sky above  avoi of yawing…

Hearing I ask from all the tribes greater and lesser the offspring of Heimdall; Father of the Slain you wished me well to declare living beings ancient stories those I remember from furthest back. I remember giants born in early time those nurtured me long ago; I remember nine worlds I remember nine giants women the mighti Measuring-Tree below the earth. Early in tme Ymir made his settlement there was no sand nor sea nor cool waves; earth was nowhere nor the sky above avoi of yawing…

The Ojibwe (said to mean "Puckered Moccasin People"), also known as the Chippewa, are a group of Algonquian-speaking bands who amalgamated as a tribe in the 1600's. They were primarily hunters and fishermen, as the climate of the UP was too cool for farming.   A few bands of Ojibwe lived in southern Michigan, where they subsisted principally by hunting, though all had summer residences, where they raised min-dor-min (corn), potatoes, turnips, beans, and sometimes squashes, pumpkins, and…

The Ojibwe (said to mean "Puckered Moccasin People"), also known as the Chippewa, are a group of Algonquian-speaking bands who amalgamated as a tribe in the 1600's. They were primarily hunters and fishermen, as the climate of the UP was too cool for farming. A few bands of Ojibwe lived in southern Michigan, where they subsisted principally by hunting, though all had summer residences, where they raised min-dor-min (corn), potatoes, turnips, beans, and sometimes squashes, pumpkins, and…

Marquette University buys Potawatomi tribe's Menomonee Valley administration building

Marquette University buys Potawatomi tribe's Menomonee Valley administration building

Doan Xuan Tang was born in 1977 and graduated from the Hanoi Fine Art University in 2001. Tang's inspiration originates from images forged during his early years. He has been recognized for his ability to capture the unique beauty, strength and melancholy of people from the indigenous hill tribes. He often uses bold colors and broad brush strokes as well as streaks to obscure or exaggerate personal facial features, never painting a "perfect" beauty, since beauty comes from withi...

Doan Xuan Tang was born in 1977 and graduated from the Hanoi Fine Art University in 2001. Tang's inspiration originates from images forged during his early years. He has been recognized for his ability to capture the unique beauty, strength and melancholy of people from the indigenous hill tribes. He often uses bold colors and broad brush strokes as well as streaks to obscure or exaggerate personal facial features, never painting a "perfect" beauty, since beauty comes from withi...

Laurence Henry "Larry" Tribe (born October 10, 1941) is a professor of constitutional law at Harvard Law School and the Carl M. Loeb University Professor at Harvard University. He also works with the firm Massey & Gail LLP on a variety of matters.[4] Tribe is a liberal scholar of constitutional law[5][6] and cofounder of American Constitution Society. He is the author of American Constitutional Law (1978), a major treatise in that field, and has argued before the United States Supreme Court…

Laurence Henry "Larry" Tribe (born October 10, 1941) is a professor of constitutional law at Harvard Law School and the Carl M. Loeb University Professor at Harvard University. He also works with the firm Massey & Gail LLP on a variety of matters.[4] Tribe is a liberal scholar of constitutional law[5][6] and cofounder of American Constitution Society. He is the author of American Constitutional Law (1978), a major treatise in that field, and has argued before the United States Supreme Court…

Following living in Nepal and exploring Tibet and the Himalayas for over One Decade , photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami picked he would visit exterior Mongolia to report the traveling tribes and also their interesting way of living. A researcher of Tibetan as well as Mongol dialects who got his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sanskrit and …

Following living in Nepal and exploring Tibet and the Himalayas for over One Decade , photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami picked he would visit exterior Mongolia to report the traveling tribes and also their interesting way of living. A researcher of Tibetan as well as Mongol dialects who got his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sanskrit and …

Following living in Nepal and exploring Tibet and the Himalayas for over One Decade , photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami picked he would visit exterior Mongolia to report the traveling tribes and also their interesting way of living. A researcher of Tibetan as well as Mongol dialects who got his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sanskrit and …

Following living in Nepal and exploring Tibet and the Himalayas for over One Decade , photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami picked he would visit exterior Mongolia to report the traveling tribes and also their interesting way of living. A researcher of Tibetan as well as Mongol dialects who got his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sanskrit and …