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By the wayside
The gift of Prometheus
Zeus told Prometheus to teach mankind everything needed for a comfortable life.
"The paradise flycatcher flitted from branch to branch, tree to tree, manoeuvring its tail feathers amongst the leaves."
"She was a gigantic witchwith long, sinuous arms which stretched a mile and her legs resembled coconut trees. Her eyes were like two deep caves and as she laughed, fire came out of her mouth. She was fond of children, she caught them at night and ...
He enjoyed walking, and so he walked his way from Oldcombe to Agra.
Austria released a set of stamps depicting traditional fruits like grapes, apple, strawberries, peaches, cherries and raspberries. Growing fruit is both decorative and rewarding. In the 16th Century, numerous varieties of apples were grafted ...
The Minstrel in the Tower by Gloria Skurzynski, Random House, Rs. 90.00 The Case of the Elevator Duck by Polly Berrien Berends, Random House. Rs. 90.00 Fossil Fever by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld, Random ...
The adventures of Professor Shonku are fascinating and intriguing.
Monika, Pravir and Roomy decide they have to do something to save the environment.
Bid to save the Amazon
Rare copies of her book are now selling for more than £ 2,000 on the Net.
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