Hampton Inn Richmond - North / Ashland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of a bolted brick wall. It was a new sensation compared to other rock types. But I got over it and it was actually pretty sweet. I am not the best at fingerlocking and you bet your butt there was a variety of that. We did a few routes before a group of child spectators came along and through me off focus. Chit chatting and awkwardly watching me. Lee is a guide for summer camps so he is used to that kind of ...
Truckstop. Home for tonight. JP is busy working in the trailer. We did some laundry. I threw in a few things with JP's work clothes... Some white tank tops that were brand new... Smelly but not dirty dirty. Lol...that was a mistake! I'm wearing a long skirt and as I walk around the truckstop the hem gets coated in ...
... line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">- The Greek people express deeper feelings at various social occasions individually or in groups, on occasions of joy and sadness, as well as in moments of philosophizing life itself. Thus, folk music has accompanied every aspect of a person's life: work (farming, livestock-farming, or other rural occupation); social events (birth, marriage, death, feasts); and spiritual life.
... was used mainly by the chorus, which was a group of singers/actors who acted, spoke and sang together, often intensifying a situation or scene for the audience
a. The chorus opened the show with a song that
introduced the story, might have given some background into what was going to
happen, and even explain what the audience would soon be watching. At the end
of the show, ...
... An instrument that I found particularly interesting is the aulos. The aulos was the most commonly used instrument y ancient Greeks. Most like the oboe, the aulos has a simple sound of great proportion. Many different mediums were used to create the aulos' body. Metal, wood and bone were used as the body and it is said to have had four to eight tremata (holes) carved into the top. When blown through, with a reed in place, the sound was much like a singing ...