The Kingdom of Kent

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Offa of Mercia

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English Next – A Book Review

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The book written by David Graddol is a decent study of where the language is going. We might have already realised that global English...

Christmas decorations

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Traditional decorations for Christmas include bells, candles, candy canes, stockings, wreaths, and angels. Both the displaying of wreaths and candles in each window are a more traditional Christmas display. The concentric...

How many red squirrels are there in the UK?

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The red squirrel is a herbivorous rodent. In Great Britain, Ireland, and in Italy numbers have decreased drastically in recent years. This decline is associated with the introduction...

Early childhood

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Early childhood follows the infancy stage and begins with toddlerhood when the child begins speaking or taking steps independently. While toddlerhood ends around age 3 when the child becomes less...

Colourful autumn

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Autumn, also known as fall is one of the four seasons. Autumn is the season when the duration of daylight becomes noticeably shorter and the temperature cools considerably....

How many types of dogs exist?

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Dogs are the most variable mammal on earth with around 450 globally recognized dog breeds. In the Victorian era, directed human selection developed the...

Life in Central Europe

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Many people would get surprised if they knew how much Central Europe has improved in the past few years. As I live in Hungary,...

An evening with the stars at Royal Observatory Greenwich

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Hi Chris, Thank you for the invitation to this event. I am free on Saturday night, so I can go. I am interested because I have...

Who was Gottfried of Monmouth?

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Gottfried of Monmouth was a medieval English chronicler and ecclesiastic, writing in Latin, whose fame was established by his major work, the Historia Regum...

Giants in the Earth

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This book was written by Ole Edvart Rølvaag, a Norwegian writer who wrote stories about Norvegian settlers in America. Some Norvegians moved to Dakota...