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LIBRARIES of KNOWLEDGE
Natura Naturans
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Thanks so much to Roxy for this book thread. I'm sure a lot of us here are looking for books and so much is for free.

“The highest activity a human being can attain is learning for understanding, because to understand is to be free.” --Baruch Spinoza
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that's.... a lot .

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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (01-13-2019 05:26 PM)
Thanks so much to Roxy for this book thread. I'm sure a lot of us here are looking for books and so much is for free.


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nathan.blenke.com

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found this little nugget in my meanderings. I'll add some more along the way.

what kind of learning materials are ya'll looking for? anything specific? There's a lot of good things on this thread already.

These kinds of threads can only point the way...

...the rest is up to you.



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Post: #546
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What They Won't Show You On Television

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Documentaries of all sorts: Global elite, health, religion, mystery, war, science and technology, ancient history, human rights, media, consciousness...

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Post: #547
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Guide to Grammar and Writing

This index includes 427 references to both the Guide to Grammar and Writing and Principles of Composition. It does not, however, include references to the interactive Quizzes or to the Grammarlogs (posted responses to ASK GRAMMAR queries). The Frequently Asked Questions page and the Guide's Search Engine will also help you find help on grammatical issues, tips on composition, and advice on English usage.

http://grammar.ccc.c...mmar/index2.htm

Main Page here:

http://guidetogrammar.org/grammar/
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Indigo Traveller
The act of skipping around barefoot with your head in the clouds.
Nick from New Zealand, traveled through 66 countries in 5 continents so far, and is releasing regular videos, of lesser known parts of the world - with new videos every week.

Cool guy, great YT channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXulruM...0jA/videos
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The Timeline of Evil
Detailed citations, by year

1947, 1952, 1963, 1987 & 1990 - 2018

http://avalonlibrary.net/The_Timeline_of...dings).pdf
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DOCTORS' SLANG, MEDICAL SLANG AND MEDICAL ACRONYMS AND VETERINARY ACRONYMS & VET SLANG

These have been mostly collected from around the UK and USA, with a few non-English contributions (many thanks to all contributors from around the globe), so you'll only find a few of them used in any single establishment. Some of the acronyms are region-specific and have differing meanings in US and UK. It is noticeable that the US has numerous acronyms and slang terms relating to gun-shot injuries. The slang/acronyms are directed variously at patients, other medical staff or mystifying medical conditions. I haven't included the slang terms for all of the various medical equipment. The veterinary appendix - due to popular demand - is at the foot of the page.

http://messybeast.com/dragonqueen/medical-acronyms.htm
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What is Cop-Slang?

Law enforcement has a language all its own, and that language can be confusing. Sometimes the terms and slang used by one agency’s officers is incomprehensible to officers a few miles away. That’s why PoliceMag.com is offering you this special forum for sharing law enforcement slang and terminology. This special dictionary allows you, the readers of Police Magazine/PoliceMag.com to add terms, definitions, and explain where and how those terms are used. Note: Some of these terms are vulgar and some are offensive. READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

http://www.policemag.com/cop-slang/
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Welcome to the Museum of Talking Boards.

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SYMBOLISM ON MONUMENTS

Whereas some people in the 17th and 18th centuries had little education, they were certainly well grounded in the scriptures and the catechism. Village schools had been set up from the times of the Reformation, so there were many people from humble homes who could read and knew the scriptures. The emblems of mortality and immortality were seldom used after the 18th century,but many other forms of symbolism were the stock-in-trade of 19th century monumental masons.

A Glossary listing of what the symbolism means on monuments, statues and cathedrals.

https://churchmonumentssociety.org/resou...-monuments
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