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The flag of the United Federation of Planets has changed several times during the 150 year history of the federation...

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Each February 2nd, a groundhog is lifted from its hole while America waits to see what he has to say.

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"When the computer needs to recover the data later, it uses the address of the byte to find the data item."

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"Eri reached into his shoulder and ripped free the badge of the Sarand house guard." - Memory of Light

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"WHAT'S HAPPENING? blared Tacky the penguin, greeting each of his companions with a hearty slap on the back.

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"'Fasten a rope of gold to heaven and lay hold, every god and goddess.'"- from Mythology by Edith Hamiltion (the quote is an excerpt from The Illiad)

Edited by HawktalonOfRiverClan

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Ian Bradstone, wandering his way sadly through one more town, was stopped by a cluster of people at the open door of an emporium

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The ends of his fingers grabbed a large portion of the edge of the top of the blankets, preparing to yank them off

 

Mentor is going to wake up the hero xd.png

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'Hm? Oh, yes, fine." Simon replied, shaking his head as he snapped back to reality...

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An absentminded, klutzy pegasus knight with a shocking lack of self-worth.

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"At least she could count on this poacher to be a decent shot."

Edit:

@Shikaru

You counted the introduction page. "Frederick, a Ylissean knight who is sincere to a fault, serves as Chrom's lieutenant in the Shepards."

 

Editx2 combo!: that was to his post before mine, not after.

Edited by pika7

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In psychology, the first two major schools of thought, structuralism and functionalism, were entangled in the first great intellectual battle in the field.

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"In the late summer that year we lived in a house in a village that looked across the river and the plain to the mountains". A farewell to arms, by Ernest Hemingway

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Watching him, I felt a prickling at the back of my neck.

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I suddenly felt good and energetic, like I do after going for a run on a sunny day.

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Perhaps they did know that he had betrayed them

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