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The Silence of The Lambs is Deafening

Book Review & Summary of The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris.

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Decanters of Distinction

All wine enthusiasts have one thing in common: they always anticipate the swirl, smell and sip of their glass of wine. It’s this experience that never grows old no matter how many times it’s done. The clarification of red wine especially requires the host use a decanter to deliver its full flavor before serving it to guests.

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Illustrations of Madness: James Tilly Matthews and The Air Loom

Mike Jay recounts the tragic story of James Tilly Matthews, a former peace activist of the Napoleonic Wars who was confined to London’s notorious Bedlam asylum in 1797 for believing that his mind was under the control of the “Air Loom” – a terrifying machine whose mesmeric rays and mysterious gases were brainwashing politicians and plunging Europe into revolution, terror, and war.

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This is What The Pain of Betrayal Looks and Feels Like

Blood tears.

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THE Labour of OUR Heroes Past. by PAT Asakome

The writer laments the underdevelopment of Nigeria in the fifty – four years of nationhood. This, he attributes to our "heroes past" who he said their "labour" instituted corruption and illiteracy on the nation, out of which the gap between the rich and the poor, disease, pains, and Boko Haram have grown. Corruption and illiteracy should be tackled, to allow meaningful development.

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Sample of Application for a Half Day Leave

A literate man can write many things necessary or even unnecessary. But many of them face difficulties in writing on some specific topics or pieces of writing.
Here is a sample copy of an Application for a Half day leave.

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A Ghost of Triond

A ghost I am, I use to look to write and write all day; then something happened……

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Benefits From Using Linkedin

LinkedIn does not pay for the articles published on their site but it is one of the best places I know where to spread out our writing hobby. Aside from the social networks and other bookmarking sites to market and to share our awesome articles – LinkedIn is also open for this purpose too. And to think that LinkedIn has more than 300 million users – who can tell us that 10 to 20 percent of these users would be attracted to read our write-ups.

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What to Do If Things Hit The Fan

A semi serious guide to survival and self defense.

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Dante Meets The Centaurs

In the seventh circle of hell, Dante and Virgil saw tyrants and other cruel people immersed in a fiery river called the Phlegethon. Whenever they sought relief from their allotted sufferings, centaurs shot them with painful arrows. At the command of Chiron, Nessus helped Dante and Virgil cross the Phlegethon.

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