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  • Peace Corps is having a conference here in Korça all next week, so there will be 10 other volunteers descending upon my otherwise sleepy little town.

    Beginning of July

  • So as I got settled on the bus in Korça, I was excited to see this deeply forested area and excited to turn of my mind for a few hours and immerse myself in the serenity of nature.

    Chris in Albania:

  • Ten volunteers and their counterparts will be here in Korça for it.

    First weeks in Korca

  • I have been speaking way too much English since I arrived here in Korça, and it will be difficult for me to maintain the same language level as some of the other people in my group who are in smaller villages.

    First weeks in Korca

  • “Zurk-an” in Kor.xx. 102, is translated by Mr. Rodwell “leaden eyes.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • It plays off the idea of Kor-El having inherent spiritual purity, a trait that superhero comics and other schlocky types of entertainment are quick to ascribe to female characters just offhand.

    The One Right Way to Kill a Woman | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • While some hid in villages, at least temporarily, many more succeeded in fleeing, sometimes together with their families, from German-controlled areas of the Independent State of Croatia to the Italian zone along the Dalmatian littoral, including Split and various islands in the Adriatic Sea, such as Korčula, Hvar, and Brač, where they were often interned in Italian camps.


  • 'Kor's brotherhood governs Morbrith in the Earl's stead.


  • 'Kor's grace, sorcerer, are trees and squirrels of more account than the living people of Hallowild?'


  • 'Kor's grace, some of the furnishings are interesting, even familiar, I admit, but sit dawn, all of you, at once.'



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