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... features several passages common to both A Shrew and The Shrew, but it also borrows several passages unique to The Shrew. This suggests The Shrew was on stage prior to June 1592. However, Kier Elam further narrows the terminal date of The Shrew to 1591, based on Shakespeare's probable use of two sources published that year; Abraham Ortelius' map of Italy in the fourth edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and John Florio's Second Fruits. As neither ...
... that there is optimal discipline. You can keep your shoes free of cost in the shoe stand. You can visit temples freely without paying any money to anybody. Not a business atmosphere at all. What is bad about the place is that they don't allow to take photos of their temples even from outside. If anybody was taking out camera, their securities were running immediately towards the ...
... slowly. Haven't spend alot of time between the carriages but there are hours yet to come.
A 'meals on wheels' was available of which some partook: an order was made from a menu and sent on to a later stop for delivery. Had a longer break at Asansol, 5* getting some somosas.
Matilda was paying for her thali lunch but she only had a 500R note. When the chap wanted a smaller note, she exploded 'if you're in business, have change'. Thought that ...
... probably one of the best of my entire trip.
I said I wouldn't try to explain what this week has been, and I won't.
But I will say this. The words of Jesus come to life here. I see the scriptures blossom in front of my eyes and the words of Mother Teresa echo in my mind as I do the most menial little things.
It's not a magical place though, it's not fantastic; it's life, and it's just living.
grace and peace.
... to cover his nether region. He was sat under an awning with other holy men. Ryan and I spent time sitting with them, watching and listening. The Sadu did not say anything to us, he sat smoking something with the other holy men. One man did spend time talking to us though, he told us that he was learning how to become a Sadu and how he asks for money from people he meets so he can build a house. He said that if he could get £100 from each person he met he would be able ...