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  • From light to light of day; from dark -- till Dark.

    The Singing Man A Book of Songs and Shadows

  • My Vegan Valentine Gift Basket packed full of all sorts of Fair Trade and organic dark chocolate goodies like … Hearts of Cherry, Vegan Hearts, Dark


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  • Christians do not have to take Genesis literally to be Christians. sortableturnip: @Dark Sovereign: "Creationism" is shown in the Book of Genesis, so one would believe that most Christians are anti-evolution and pro-creationism Dark Sovereign: @sortable: No. Evolution and Christianity are compatible to most Christians. sortableturnip: @ Dark Soverign: He hasn't, but if he's so "Christian", wouldn't he offer his help?

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  • Specialist historians have, however, long since demonstrated that no such absolute discontinuity as the term Dark Ages insinuates ever existed, which means that the Enlightenment version of history is at least partly wrong.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • As we talked I tried to work out whether the term Dark Tourist really applied to me.

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  • MW: For those unfamiliar with it, could you please explain the term Dark Fiber?

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  • According to the old methods, or what I call the Dark Ages of training, dogs need a tough leader.

    30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog

  • In other places they lived in what we call the Dark

    Peace Negotiations Stalled in the Seventh Century

  • He had a contempt for modern progress so deeply at the root of his opinions that he was only half aware of it; and any impossible scheme to restore the political condition of what we call the Dark Ages, and retain the comforts of the present one, would have found in him a hearty advocate.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 96, October 1865


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