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Friday, July 15, 2005
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One for the future
A poem as lovely as a tree
When you see a tree, do you wonder at its height and its girth?
Sue, the dinosaur, welcomes you to the museum
The largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus-rex fossil ever found is the major attraction in the Field Museum in Chicago, U.S.
The most widely used numeral system in the world today is one that was invented in India, centuries ago.
Techie is often stuck by the speed in which mails keep flying back and forth all over the web world.But what about the rules of net protocol? The Netiquette homepage at Beetle mania
Four varieties of beetles are attractively featured in four Mongolian stamps. They are Neelamprima adolphinae in 20 mongo stamp, Chelorrihina polyphemus in 30m, Coptolabrus coelestis in 40m and Clorindela chirensis in ...
Baby croc and his fascination for mangoes
Everyone was having a wonderful time feasting on eggs. Except baby croc who wanted only the king of fruits..
A thoroughly enjoyable adventure story with a lot of masala thrown in.
A literary pastiche
The familiar characters from Dickens, Conan Doyle and Wodehouse come together to solve mysteries.
Join the dots and find out who I am
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