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  • Quack alerts Peep and Chirp that they must build an elevated path to escape the dreaded, lurking Lurmies . Chirp is collecting things that are square , so Quack starts a collection of things with "pointy-tops. " ...
  • PEEP AND THE BIG WIDE WORLD/POCOYO follows the adventures of a chicken named Peep , a ...
  • ... to many biologists as Emys marmorata (though there are plenty of conflicting names out there as scientists wrestle with turtle ... red-eareds' effect on western pond turtles may not be as big a problem as feared: it looks like western pond turtles aren't catching ...
  • ... and you might just have an instant career. There are plenty of examples of online performances that led to big things. Some of the musicians were mere children when they got noticed, ...
  • ... and you might just have an instant career. There are plenty of examples of online performances that led to big things. Some of the musicians were mere children when they got noticed, ...
  • ... Los Angeles has taken another long step. As LA history shows , it's one that might end badly. Remaking downtown Los Angeles has ... finalists, should be timeless and dynamic, a stage for big ideas and intimate, an urban oasis of nature and the site of ...
  • ... people come and go, but the pain and the emotions are the same. Gaitan, between the poems "Dolores Fuertes" and "Angel," said ...
  • ... is a worthwhile reason; at least, if one believes police are incapable of corruption. On the other hand, there's that pesky argument ... on smart phones and personal computers. Cameras are everywhere now. Odds are , if you tilt your eyes slightly up from this ...
  • ... been an explosion of art fairs around the world. Art is big business, and more and more often, that business is being done at these ... art fairs offer a great opportunity to see -- and buy -- a wide selection of contemporary artwork from around the world. They also cost ...
  • Growing one's own food in urban areas can seem like a far-fetched idea. But not for one Pasadena family.

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