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NYC Twin Towers ~ World Trade Center. 11 September 2001, New York City, 911 Never Forget, Voyage New York, I Love Ny, City That Never Sleeps, Jolie Photo, God Bless America, Statue Of Liberty

F&O Fabforgottennobility

FABRIZIO, Italy. But call me FAB. Welcome to my Journey, welcome onboard (+130.000 friends) "eppure, come ogni grande viaggiatore, mi pare di non essermi mai mosso da casa"

New York, NY, September 2001 -- Rescue workers work with dogs to search for victims of the World Trade Center attacks. Photo by Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo We Will Never Forget, Lest We Forget, Pit Bull, 11 September 2001, World Trade Center Attack, Search And Rescue Dogs, Sneak Attack, War Dogs, Firefighters

FEMA 5620 (9-11 SAR Dogs)

New York, NY, September 24, 2001 -- Rescue workers work with dogs to search for victims of the World Trade Center attacks. Photo by Andrea Booher/ FEMA News Photo

Memorial Day Picnic (Sept Photo: This Photo was uploaded by shengandyohann. Find other Memorial Day Picnic (Sept pictures and phot. Gi Joe, Memorial Day Quotes, Remembrance Quotes, Memorial Weekend, Some Gave All, Support Our Troops, Old Glory, American Pride, American History

Memorial Day Shout Outs

Anyone you would like to give a shout out to for Memorial Day? Post a picture, give a writeup, send a prayer. God bless the troops!

Translation table explaining the truth behind British politeness becomes internet hit English Phrases, English Language, British Phrases, British Slang, British Humor, English Grammar, Language Arts, British Quotes, Funny British Sayings

Brit-speak

Duncan Green, a strategic adviser for Oxfam who posted it online, described it as "a handy guide for our fellow Europeans and others trying to fathom weaselly Brit-speak". Mr Green said: "Sadly, I didn’t write it. It’s just one of those great things that is being passed around on the internet." Although the author of the table is unconfirmed, it is thought it may have originally been drawn up by a Dutch company as an attempt to help employees working in the UK. Via The Telegraph.