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2012-09-13 23:00:49

Guild Wars 2 Mesmer Guide with GW2 Domination now released for the best leveling and builds. More details about the guide can be found at gw2dominationguide.com. (PRWEB) September 12, 2012 The battle through the quests and lands of Tyria is one that is grueling and treacherous for any unprepared gamer, especially those that are trying to take on the complex profession of the Mesmer. Tyria is the inviting yet intimidating land of ArenaNet's latest Guild Wars title released on August 28th. At...

2010-01-18 12:30:45

An 18th-century chronicle of Isaac Newton's theory on gravity was made available to the public for the first time via the Internet on Monday, according to the Associated Press. The chance encounter with the apple is one of the most celebrated tales in the science world. The faded document can be viewed online in its original cursive script, recorded by William Stukeley, Newton's associate. Keith Moore, a librarian of the Royal Society said the story has resonated for centuries. It is chock...

2008-08-08 03:00:28

By Imani Tate Staff Writer "He does the kind of songs that's got us back here dancing and making fools of ourselves," Pomona Public Library specialist Sue Kronenfeld laughingly admitted. Kronenfeld's humorous assessment of adults and children's responses to multiple instrumentalist/singer Craig Newton's performances was accurate, again. There was a lotta toe-tapping, head-bobbing and seat-dancing going on for most of Newton's recent appearance at the library's summer reading...

2008-08-02 03:00:19

By Pellettieri, Graham BRIEFLY NOTED Debussy Album for String Quartet, arranged by Lynne Latham. Published by Latham Music, a Lorenz Company, lorenz.com, $18.95 all parts, $8.95 score, sold separately. For quite some time now, the Lorenz Corporation has been busy publishing scores (no pun intended) of sheet music for a wide variety of instruments and ensembles for religious communities. Latham Music recently became a division of the Lorenz Company in May 2007, and brought a wealth of string...

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  • A bat.
The word 'reremouse' comes from Middle English reremous, from Old English hrēremūs, hrērmūs ("bat"), equivalent to rear (“to move, shake, stir”) +‎ mouse.