Tag Archive: English

Jan 26 2008

Can You Name 12 Countries/Territory That Have Only 4 Letters

Natives of the island call it ‘the Rock.’ Although self-governing, Niue is in free association with New Zealand, meaning that the Sovereign in Right of New Zealand is also Niue’s head of state.”

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May 30 2007

Longest Words In The English Language Dictionary

Yesterday I wrote a post about the 100 Words High School Grads And Parents Should Know and today while I was watching the 2006 Scripps National Spelling Bee, I came up with today’s post which is quite similar. longest words, words, English language, language, English, longest, dictionary

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Apr 12 2007

40 Things You Would Like To Say At Work

I??m out of my mind, but feel free to leave a message. I??m trying to imagine you with a personality. -Source 40 things, funny, humor, say at work, work

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Apr 06 2007

Holy Week: Good Friday

Holy Friday Holy Friday (In Armenia, High Friday: Ավագ ???բաթ) is the most solemn and sad day for Christians. It is likely that the name “Good Friday” came from the earlier English name, “Godes Friday,” meaning “God’s Friday.”

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Mar 27 2007

Ten Reasons A Geek Is More Attractive

Thanks to Mingle2.com, here are the “Ten Ways Being a Geek Makes You More Attractive” You’re probably very smart. Times have changed: geeks are often fashionable, hip individuals who are very aligned with the trends of their own generation You geek out on more than just your computer.

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Jan 24 2007

This Day In History: Robert Baden-Powell begins Boy Scouts

On January 24, 1908, the Boy Scouts movement begins in England with the publication of the first installment of Robert Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys. 1908, Baden-Powell, Boy Scouts, Eagle Scout, history, Robert baden-Powell, scouting

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Dec 22 2006

Armenian Currency

10,000 Dram (Above) Armenian great writer Avetik Isahakyan (1875-1957) (Below) Depiction of Gyumri of the beginning of the 20 th century 20,000 Dram (Above) Armenian famous painter Martiros Saryan (1880-1972) (Below) A fragment from Saryan’s landscape “Armenia” 50,000 Dram (Above) Depiction of Mother Cathedral of Holy Echmiadzin (Below) Armenian Church in the hands of Saint Gregory the illuminator and the king Tiridat the Great ***Circulation Coins*** 10 Dram Coin went into Circulation December 1, 2004 20 Dram Coin went into Circulation January 01, 2003 50 Dram Coin went into Circulation March 31, 2003 100 Dram Coin went into Circulation March 31, 2003 200 Dram Coin went into Circulation March 31, 2003 500 Dram Coin went into Circulation March 31, 2003 On 21 September 1991 a national referendum proclaimed Armenia as an independent republic from the Soviet Union.

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