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The Many-coloured rush tyrant (Tachuris rubrigastra) or Many-colored rush tyrant is a small passerine bird of South America belonging to the tyrant flycatcher family. It is the only member of the genus Tachuris and its relationships with the other members of the family are uncertain.


To be content doesn't mean you don't desire more, it means you're thankful for what you have and patient for what's to come.


"The moon understands what it means to be human. Uncertain. Alone. Cratered by imperfections" -Tahere Mafi, Shatter Me


Ancestry of Shar-Pei is uncertain. Pictures on pottery suggest the breed had existed as far back 206 BC. Maybe a descendant of the Chow Chow, a clear link between them is the purple tongue. Shar-Pei means sandy coat. They were used as multipurpose working dogs, believed that the wrinkles & black pigmented mouth would scare off any evil spirits. A Hong Kong businessman named Matgo Law got a few in an attempt to save the breed From those few dogs the Shar-Pei's rose in the US


Uncertain meaning, either "ulcer" or "the torch"; Most modern rune books favor the latter, since the element of fire is the opposite, lacking the rune-row, but linguistically there is a good case for each form - it is to some extent the modern passion for order and The notion of four elements which militates for "torch". However, the name oe cēn has the meaning of "incendiary", although this does not seem to have been a common word in the language. (OE cēn "Torch, Incendiary", ON Kaun…

from Rules for my Newborn Daughter


Love these #wordsofwisdom from the inspirational Misty Copeland, who just became the first black Principal at American Ballet Theate #ballerina #workingwomen


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