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Jun 11 11 9:32 AM
doloras wrote:No, there is no scene in which...
Jun 12 11 3:32 AM
The Stacks - the site for
Faction Paradox fanfic and other fanworks
"Larry was with us in spirit" - Kate Orman
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Jun 12 11 8:16 AM
doloras wrote:Hey, for those interested, Total Environment is available online - google it.
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Jun 16 11 11:42 AM
Beanies are made by triangular sections of cloth joined by a button at the crown and seamed together around the sides.The term is said to derive from a type of headgear worn in some medieval universities; the yellow hats ("bejaunus," that is, "yellowbill" later "beanus," a term used for both the hats and the new students) evolved into the college beanies of later years. In Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom, the term "beanie" may also be applied to a knit cap known as a tuque.A larger variant of the skullcap, the beanie was a working hat associated with blue collar labourers, welders, mechanics, and other tradesmen who needed to keep their hair back but for whom a brim would be an unnecessary obstruction. Beanies do sometimes have a very small brim, less than an inch deep, around the brow front. The baseball cap evolved from this kind of beanie, with the addition of a brim to block the sun.
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