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H & M Dog Display Team By Alan K. Fairhurst
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The H&M Dog Display Team
Mainely Pugs 2010 By Corinna Huard
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A collection of beautiful Pug images displayed on this 12 month 2010 calendar. Pug photos are from the popular Mainely Pugs family. This calendar will keep you smiling all year long! It also makes a... More > great gift!< Less
MAINELYPUGS 2009 By Corinna Huard
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A collection of beautiful Pug images displayed on this 12 month 2009 calendar. Pug photos are from the popular Mainelypugs family. This calendar will keep you smiling all year long! It also makes a... More > great gift!< Less
Animals Calendar 2010 By Hugh Gordon
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This calendar features 12 color photographs of animals, one for each month, from March 2010 to December 2011. The calendar displays Irish holidays.
The Spike Garden By Jim Hawkins
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“Dogs bark at those with whom we are angry, show their teeth to those whom we hate, and hump themselves on those that we desire. In short they display that which we are not permitted to display... More > by the rules of the veil that calls itself polite society.” “The child can take two paths to creating the adult. The first is the path of Pygmalion. He carved from ivory a statue that he loved. He made offerings and sacrifices and his statue was granted life by Aphrodite. Was the statue granted life because Pygmalion's diligence and sculpting skill pleased his patron? Or was it the beauty of the statue that pleased her? No, it was the sacrifices. The child must sacrifice much before the gods allow him to become a fully living adult. Pygmalion's statue aged and died with him. The child is cruelly denied this experience. The child must also give up its own life for the adult to live. Sometimes one or both of its parents must do the same. The second path that the child may take is that of Hephaestus.”< Less
The Spike Garden By Jim Hawkins
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“Dogs bark at those with whom we are angry, show their teeth to those whom we hate, and hump themselves on those that we desire. In short they display that which we are not permitted to display... More > by the rules of the veil that calls itself polite society.” “The child can take two paths to creating the adult. The first is the path of Pygmalion. He carved from ivory a statue that he loved. He made offerings and sacrifices and his statue was granted life by Aphrodite. Was the statue granted life because Pygmalion's diligence and sculpting skill pleased his patron? Or was it the beauty of the statue that pleased her? No, it was the sacrifices. The child must sacrifice much before the gods allow him to become a fully living adult. Pygmalion's statue aged and died with him. The child is cruelly denied this experience. The child must also give up its own life for the adult to live. Sometimes one or both of its parents must do the same. The second path that the child may take is that of Hephaestus.”< Less

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