In Otherwords

Accusations of plagiarism find their way onto political candidates, academicians, students, journalists, and authors of all sorts routinely these days. Perhaps this is because now, plagiarism has never been easier – and never more easily found out. Many lines of work now intersect with new media,

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Bureaucratizing beauty is not likely a way to safeguard it, however good it may be for companies to be honest with consumers about what they are serving them. I’m quite a ModCloth styliste, even choosing them as the source of wardrobe for actresses in my Romans XIII

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“Because lawlessness is increased, most people’s love will grow cold,” our LORD Jesus told us. “But the one who endures to the end, he will be saved.” (Matthew 24:12-13) We see the folly of lacking principle, the roots of the world’s strife, and our souls

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After some unfortunate technical difficulties, AmandaRead.com is undergoing a total remodeling. Things will be new and improved as soon as possible!

As the new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have just returned from renting a private island in the Seychelles for their honeymoon (and finally met President “smart alec” Obama), the Royal Wedding news has cooled somewhat. But hither and yon bits and pieces of the

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This is a blog post to honor one of our HomeschoolBlogger Class of 2008 Graduates: Eyebright of Defective Compositions. {The card has a picture of a rose from our garden – photo taken by Abigail} I like Micah 6:8 because it is a reminder to me

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*Included in your card is my favorite October bouquet from Fair Hills Farm!* It is a pleasure to accept an invitation to the birthday party of a lovely blogger, homeschooler and Christian young lady…who also shares my first name (along with some other great blogging friends on HSB)!

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