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Understanding the physiology of cats

The body of a domestic cat is extremely flexible; its skeleton contains more than 230 bones (the human skeleton, although much larger, contains 206 bones), and its pelvis and shoulders are more loosely attached to its spine than in most other quadrupeds. The cat’s great leaping ability and speed are due in part to its…
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Effects of sexual harassment in workplaces and schools

Sexual harassment often has adverse effects on the victim’s performance at work or school.

My Celebrity Girlfriends

Conclusively, can you be my Sade Adu – be a Nigerian and live a foreign lifestyle? Will you give me the “kiss of life”, “cherish the day” we met and understand “nothing can come between us.” Can you “hang on to my love” and never “turn your bank on me?”

I Can’t Breathe (In Memory of George Floyd)

I want to breathe But I can’t breathe I could not see his face His knee was on my neck Life was going fast away from my soul I want to breathe But I can’t breathe 46yrs ago, I learnt my first wordMama! mama! mama!25th May 2020,I spoke my last wordMama! mama! mama!And I still…
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Portrait of fall by Alora M. Knight

Throughout our world’s creation
You will ever find it thus,
Kaleidoscopes of color,
In God’s hand, the artist’s brush.

Easy steps to make pizza while in lockdown

Homemade pizza nerds are a passionate bunch; for a timid novice, the sheer amount of conflicting information available on various pizza-enthusiast boards is anything but encouraging. I’m here to tell you that you don’t need to build a backyard brick oven or even buy a stone to make great pizza – in fact, you probably…
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5 Signs that Shows Your Dog is Lonely

Dogs are lively animals, there are five signs that shows your dog might be lonely. We all want our dogs to live full, happy lives, but sometimes our jam-packed schedules and busy routines can sadly result in our pups feeling lonely and isolated. Dogs’ personalities are as individual as humans’, so their reasons for feeling…
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The Cry of the Dreamer – John Boyle O’Reilly

I am tired of planning and toiling In the crowded hives of men; Heart-weary of building and spoiling And spoiling and building again. And I long for the dear old river, Where I dreamed my youth away; For a dreamer live forever, And a toiler dies in a day. I am sick of the showy…
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How are mirrors made to reflex your image?

Mirrors are used in many ways for example in telescopes, flashlights, headlights of cars and lamps in lighthouse. Mirrors are pieces of glass. It was discovered that glass forms when melted solid materials are cooled quickly, so that they do not produce crystals. Also See: Facts About Robots The main ingredients for making glass are…
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Letter to my unborn – Victor Eshameh

Hey Babs, I guess this is my second time of writing to you about the same concern. I’m so sorry to bother you. You’re not here yet, but I’ve loaded you up with the stress of the world already. It is not my intention to be this creative about writing you all. Sometimes, my world…
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To my daughter Betty, The gift of God – Thomas M. Kettle

In wiser days, my darling rosebud, blown To beauty proud as was your mother’s prime, In that desired, delayed, incredible time, You’ll ask why I abandoned you, my own, And the dear heart that was your baby throne, To dice with death. And oh! They’ll give you rhyme And reason: some will call the thing…
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“Do not change who you are”

Motivational speakers would say you are who you are, you don’t have to change you. Because you are unique and special. But whenever I hear these words over and again, I wonder if it is actually passing the right message. We live in a world where change is one of the numerous “constant”. From generation…
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The Agricultural Irish Girl

If all the women in the town were bundled up together, I know a girl could beat them all, in any kind of weather; The rain can’t wash the powder off, because she does not wear it, Her face and figure’s all her own: it’s true, for I declare it! Also Read: Sad Girl [The…
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The time I have lost in wooing – Thomas Moore

The time I’ve lost in wooing, In watching and pursuing The light that lies In woman’s eyes, Has been my heart’s undoing. Though wisdom oft has taught me I scorn the lore that bought me, My only books Were woman’s looks, And folly’s all they’ve taught me. Also Read: Toasting an African Lady Her smile…
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Dry be that tears my gentle love – Richard Sheridan

Dry be that tear, my gentle love, Be hustled that struggling sigh: Nor seasons, day, nor fate shall prove More fixed, more true, than I: Hushed be that sigh, be dry that tear, Cease boding doubt, cease anxious fear – Dry be that tear. Also Read: Tears of a broken heart Ask’st thou how long…
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The Progress of Poetry – Jonathan Swift

The farmer’s goose, who in the stubble Has fed without restraint or trouble, Grown fat with corn and sitting still, Can scarce get o’er the barndoor sill; And hardly waddles forth to cool Her belly in the neighbouring pool! Nor loudly cackles at the door; For cackling shows the goose is poor. Also Read: POETRY:…
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How did fish and mammals evolve?

Fossils show that the first fish occurred in the Ordovician Period which began about 460,000,000 years ago. These fish were jawless, and the most primitive of all. Their mouths were a simple opening, suited to feeding on the tiny animals that lay hidden in the mud. Next came fish with jaws. Jaws allowed fish to…
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3 healthy tips for working from home

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus and the necessitated lockdown, individuals have been urged to work from home. Weeks turning into months; yet the fight against coronavirus is still hot around the world. Regardless, working from home must continue for several businesses to succeed at this point in time. Working from home can seem so…
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Manchester United can’t wait to sell off David de Gea

Duncan Castles, a football expert and journalist says Manchester United are not happy with their goalkeeper, David de Gea. He noted that the club are currently regretting signing a long-term contract with de Gea last year. The 29-year-old Spain international is not performing according to expectations, he said. “Manchester United are not happy with the…
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Why do birds migrate around the world?

Man has been fascinated by the migration of birds since the very beginning of history. The migration of birds is the movement of birds south in the autumn and north in the spring, or moving from lowlands to highlands, or from inland to the coast. Some birds migrate to warmer climates because they couldn’t survive…
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How does a space shuttle reach space?

Rockets are actually a very old idea. The Chinese invented them and used them as fireworks more than 800 years ago! Rockets then became known in Indian and Arabian countries. The first record of them in Western Europe was in AD 1256. All space flight depends on the use of rockets that burn enormous amounts…
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If love is war, where would I find peace?

I want to pretend it’s not true I don’t want to start another fire I don’t want to give my heart away to another stranger I have a heart and I have desires I guess these make up my heart desires However life is not fair Regardless I’ve no fear I still smile when I…
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Micheal McClure Dies at 87

Michael McClure, who at 22 helped usher in the Beat movement as part of a famed poetry reading at the Six Gallery in San Francisco, then went on to a long and varied career as a poet, playwright, novelist and lyricist, died on Monday at his home in Oakland, Calif. He was 87. His wife,…
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Still I rise – Maya Angelou

You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.

all the world is a stage

All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts

The poor relationship’s story

He was very reluctant to take precedence of so many respected members of the family, by beginning the round of stories they were to relate as they sat in a goodly circle by the Christmas fire; and he modestly suggested that it would be more correct if “John our esteemed host” (whose health he begged…
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Music Is Everything

Music travels all around my body. Now I can say it’s living right through me. Listening to music puts me in a good mood; It makes me want to stand up and start to groove. Music can make me forget all of my pain. It brings out the sun when I can only see the…
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Fried food increases the risk of gestational diabetes in women

Fried food increases the risk of gestational diabetes in women. Gestational diabetes is a complication that can arise during pregnancy, and is characterized by abnormally high blood glucose during the pregnancy. A research carried out by Dr Cuilin Zhang and Wei Bao, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development shows that…
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Two Days [Short Story]

When we finally kissed, it was clear that it was our last. His lips pressed gently against mine. I felt that kind of wrenching in my heart, and as I turned and walked the other way, I could hear him packing the picnic back into his basket. It took some effort to shoo away the…
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Battle Stress With These 13 Tips

In moments of stress, breathe deeply, take a few minutes off and go for a walk or conjure a happy memory, or jot down your thoughts. If it’s overwhelming, go on a vacation or, at least, get a pedicure or massage. If you can’t do either, talk to a friend. Eat healthy and do exercise…
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