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Öyle güzelliklerin varki ne söylesem az, kelimeler eksik. Öğrettiğin gibi methediyorum seni sübhanallah, barekallah,elhamdülillah, maşaallah...

Öyle güzelliklerin varki ne söylesem az, kelimeler eksik. Öğrettiğin gibi methediyorum seni sübhanallah, barekallah,elhamdülillah, maşaallah...

Beautiful bird!

Beautiful bird!

Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on google_plusone_shareShare on linkedinShare on pinterest_shareShare on email 27 Polliwog   [pol-ee-wog] A polliwog is a young frog or tadpole that has not yet grown legs. The word is derived from the Old English polwygle with pol meaning "head" and wygle meaning "wiggle." Idiomatically, a tadpole is a "wiggling head." In mariner slang, polliwog can also refer to a sailor who has not yet crossed the equator. Do you know the word for a baby goat? .

Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on google_plusone_shareShare on linkedinShare on pinterest_shareShare on email 27 Polliwog [pol-ee-wog] A polliwog is a young frog or tadpole that has not yet grown legs. The word is derived from the Old English polwygle with pol meaning "head" and wygle meaning "wiggle." Idiomatically, a tadpole is a "wiggling head." In mariner slang, polliwog can also refer to a sailor who has not yet crossed the equator. Do you know the word for a baby goat? .

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you are very welcome to hear  some of my piano composition .  黃尾鴝.攝於台灣 台北市 外雙溪 Daurian Redstart, taken at taken TAIWAN

you are very welcome to hear some of my piano composition . 黃尾鴝.攝於台灣 台北市 外雙溪 Daurian Redstart, taken at taken TAIWAN

22 Popular North American Birds #Infographic #America #Birds

22 Popular North American Birds #Infographic

22 Popular North American Birds #Infographic #America #Birds

chicken clothes | Chicken clothing

chicken clothes | Chicken clothing

Two women, Nicola Congdon and her mother Ann (from Falmouth in Cornwall, England) are rescuing retired battery chickens by giving them a new home. These are former battery chickens, who, unfortunately, having spent all their lives in cages, are not able to acclimatize to normal weather conditions. So these women knit them woolly chicken jumpers.

Woman Knits Tiny Sweaters For Rescued Chickens To Keep Them Warm

Two women, Nicola Congdon and her mother Ann (from Falmouth in Cornwall, England) are rescuing retired battery chickens by giving them a new home. These are former battery chickens, who, unfortunately, having spent all their lives in cages, are not able to acclimatize to normal weather conditions. So these women knit them woolly chicken jumpers.

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