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People often say that love turns up in the unlikeliest of places or that love will serendipitously find you when you least expect it. In some love stories, those old cliches couldn’t be more accurate.
Burn it or bury it. In most places around the world, that’s what we do with our garbage. Pretty grim choices that present disheartening ecological challenges. Incineration emits harmful gases and dust, exacerbating pollution of the air, land, and water, ...
Did you know there are real life superheroes in the world? Or at least, people who can perform superhuman acts of strength and bravery? You may have heard some of these amazing stories in the news. Stories about ordinary people suddenly performing extraordinary acts.
Garry Davis was a man with a crazy vision of a world without nations. Albert Einstein was a believer in Garry Davis and once said Garry was a man devoted to the survival of humanity on earth.
Say, Greg. Did you finally get that computer that you wanted so much? Not yet. I needed to raise a couple of hundred dollars more.
Listen, Kim. We're going to be really busy with moving tomorrow, and we've got to get an early start.
When Joan first started teaching she was afraid that she would have a lot of trouble getting used to the kids and to the faculty.
Andy did exceptionally well in all of the track events, but he bit the dust in the high jump competition.
This dating and marriage vocabulary guide provides common expressions used in English to speak about romance, going out and getting married including the verbs, nouns, and idioms used with these expressions.
Trees in some regions are going nuts this fall. Acorns are bouncing off houses and heads. Walnuts are covering walkways. Pecans are hitting parked cars.
One day, she and her friends hatched a plan to have some fun. They wrote notes on a few of the eggs. Then they sent the eggs into the world, like messages in a bottle.
People can tell right away when someone is talking to a baby or a small child. The person’s voice gets higher. Sometimes they talk slower or use silly sounds and words.
Christian Nachtwey lives in Germany. He grows apples. Many of his trees are shaded by solar panels. That means Nachtwey ends up with two harvests: fruit and power.
Scientists studied baby jumping spiders like the one above. They wanted to see if the spiders sleep.