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  • tanoraqui
    14.04.2021 - 3 hours ago

    alright I’ll put it to public vote. Do I work on WDKY tonight, that I may publish the next chapter sooner, or do I, in honor of the holiday, attempt to drag something Homestuck (probably an mdzs au) from my raw and screaming id?

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  • inspirationsandobsessions
    13.04.2021 - 7 hours ago

    Lovely Lilac

    Lilac is a lovely pastel shade that softens black to give it a delicate chic. Vest tops are casual with their simple silhouette. This one is livened up with beautiful daisy blooms effortlessly scattered across lavender for a spring feel. A line skirts help to divine an hourglass form and this one has a belt to cinch the waist. With the form being stunningly suave, there is a sleek simplicity in…

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  • newnamesameme
    13.04.2021 - 9 hours ago

    Ludham Bridge #BoatingHolidays #NorfolkBroads #Staycations #UK https://youtu.be/b4Ntbp1aO-E

    #youtube#norfolk broads#new video#please subscribe#nature#staycation#travel#traveling#holidays#travel photography#holidays afloat #norfolkbroads cruisers yachts sailing boats please subscribe to my youtube channel easterdailypress edp
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  • timeisnow-news
    13.04.2021 - 10 hours ago

    Public holidays: banks will remain closed for the next 5 days from today, consult the list of public holidays before going to the branch.

    Public holidays: banks will remain closed for the next 5 days from today, consult the list of public holidays before going to the branch.

    New Delhi: April public holidays: If there is a pending job related to your bank, you will not be able to do it for the next 5 days, as there will be no work in the banks for 5 days of the next 6 days. Today, from April 13 to April 18, there will be a bank holiday. Although these holidays are state-dependent i.e. banks will open in a state and not in any state, it depends on whether this festival…

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  • theperfectlyandrogynouscollector
    13.04.2021 - 10 hours ago

    #HotelShreesh, #PortBlair, enjoys proximity to a beautiful #Beach, thus offering #ScenicView to the guests. #SpaciousRooms with the #SoothingAmbience helps in #Relaxing the mind and body of a #WearyTraveller. The #EnticingFood served at the #Restaurant is also a #MajorDraw for the #Foodies.

    For Booking:https://bit.ly/3deILYL

    হোটেল শ্রীশ, পোর্ট ব্লেয়ার, একটি সুন্দর সৈকতের সান্নিধ্য উপভোগ করে, এইভাবে অতিথিদের মনোরম দৃশ্য উপস্থাপন করে। প্রশান্ত পরিবেশ সহ প্রশস্ত কক্ষগুলি ক্লান্ত ভ্রমণকারীর মন এবং শরীরকে শিথিল করতে সহায়তা করে। রেস্তোঁরাগুলিতে পরিবেশিত প্ররোচিত খাবারটিও খাবারের জন্য প্রধান আকর্ষণ।

    #पोर्टश्रेयर, #होटलश्रेश, एक सुंदर #समुद्रतट के निकटता का आनंद लेता है, इस प्रकार मेहमानों को सुंदर दृश्य प्रदान करता है। #सुखदायक #वातावरण के साथ #विशालकमरे एक थके हुए यात्री के #मन और #शरीर को आराम करने में मदद करते हैं। #रेस्तरां में #परोसा जाने वाला #आकर्षकभोजन भी #भोजन के लिए एक #प्रमुखआकर्षण है।

    Hotel Shreesh

    Address: Link Road, Goalghar, Port Blair-744102 Andaman and Nicobar Islands

    For Booking and Enquiry: +917303231118

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  • lcyclop-blog
    13.04.2021 - 11 hours ago

    Chaque passage dans la capitale mérite une visite du Louvre, tant le plus grand musée de Paris recèle de trésors. Il rassemble des œuvres de l’art occidental du Moyen Âge à 1848, des civilisations antiques orientales, égyptiennes, grecques, étrusques, romaines, des arts graphiques et des arts de l’Islam. De salle en salle, l’ancien palais royal dévoile ses chefs-d’oeuvre : la Joconde, Le Radeau de la Méduse, la Vénus de Milo, La Victoire de Samothrace… Au total, quelque 35 000 œuvres ! En huit siècles d’existence, le Louvre a été marqué par de nombreux courants architecturaux, de la forteresse médiévale du XIIe siècle à la pyramide de verre de Pei (1989). Dernier ajout : les architectes Mario Bellini et Rudy Ricciotti ont signé le nouvel écrin accueillant les Arts de l’Islam, une verrière ondulante recouvrant la cour Visconti et inondant de lumière les 2 800 m² du nouveau département. La visite du musée est particulièrement agréable lors des nocturnes : moins fréquenté, le Louvre offre une atmosphère différente et des vues imprenables sur la Pyramide de Pei, la cour Carrée et la Seine. Téléchargez gratuitement l'application "Louvre : ma visite" et le guide c'est vous ! #louvremuseum #louvre #mabellefrance #france_holidays #photography #photographer #photo #photoamateur #photographe #france_photos #photoshoot #photographie #canon #canonphotography #canonpowershot #museedulouvre @museelouvre #canonpowershotsx60hs #powershot #holidays #vacances #travel #travels #travelphotography #travelgram #travellers #instalike #france @carrouseldulouvre @canon_powershot_official @canonfrance @travelstagram__ #louvrepyramid @louvre_paris @le_palais_du_louvre @musee_du_louvre_ @_museedulouvre_ (à Musée du Louvre) https://www.instagram.com/p/CNnUjeGs1eu/?igshid=e18ex12g5wc5

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  • brookston
    13.04.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Holidays 4.13

    Holidays

    American Elephant Day

    Beauty Peace Day

    Be Kind to Lawyers Day [2nd Tuesday]

    Blame Someone Else Day

    Day of the Dead (Elder Scrolls)

    Day to Give Thanks for Fish and Seafood

    Environmental Protection Day

    Feast of Rotten Endings

    Festival of Jupiter Victor (Ancient Rome)

    Festival of Libertas (Ancient Roman personification of freedom and political liberty)

    Hallaton Bottle Kicking (UK)

    Hindi New Year (a.k.a. …

    Assamese New Year

    Baisakhi (Parts of India)

    Bisket Jatra (Nepali New Year)

    Bohag Bihu (Assam Valley)

    Cambodian New Year

    Chetti Chand (Parts of India)

    Guḍhī Pāḍavā [1st Day of Chaitra]

    Hari Raya Yep Tahun Baru (Indonesia)

    Malayali New Year (Kerala)

    Nyepi Day (a.k.a. Day of Silence; Bali)

    Ougadi (Mauritius)

    Pi Mai (Laotian New Year)

    Ramayana begins

    Sajibu Nongmapanba (Cheiraoba, Manipur, India)

    Telgu New Year

    Thingyan begins (Burma)

    Ugadi (Parts of India)

    Vaisakhi (Parts of India)

    Huguenot Day (France)

    Ides of April (Ancient Rome)

    International Functional Neurological Disorder Awareness Day

    International Plant Appreciation Day

    John Hanson Day (Maryland)

    Katyn Memorial Day (Poland)

    Libertas (Old Roman Goddess of Liberty)

    Look Up at the Sky Day

    National Make Lunch Count Day

    National Peach Cobbler Day

    National Silly Earring Day

    Poshui Jie begins (Water Splashing Festival; China)

    Ramadan, 1st full day (Islamic) [through May 12]

    Ramadan, 1st full day (a.k.a. …

    Awal Ramadan (Afghanistan, Malaysia)

    Beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan (Maldives)

    Puasa (Brunei)

    Ougadi (Myanmar)

    Start of Ramadan

    Ugaadi (Mauritius)

    Scrabble Day

    Silent Spring Day

    Sinhala & Tamil New Year’s Eve (Sri Lanka)

    Songkran (Thailand) [thru 4.15] (a.k.a. …

    Bangla New Year

    Bisket Jatra (Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand)

    Chiang Mai Songkran

    Tamil New Year

    Thai New Year

    Teacher’s Day (Ecuador)

    Thomas Jefferson Day

    Unfairly Prosecuted Persons Day (Slovakia)

    Vaisakhi (Sikh spring grain harvest festival)

    Yayoi Matsuri (Nikko, Japan; 5-Day Spring Festival)

    Christian Feast Days

    Caradoc

    Guinoch of Scotland

    Hermenegild

    Ida of Louvain

    Pope Martin I

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  • brookstonalmanac
    13.04.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Holidays 4.13

    Holidays

    American Elephant Day

    Beauty Peace Day

    Be Kind to Lawyers Day [2nd Tuesday]

    Blame Someone Else Day

    Day of the Dead (Elder Scrolls)

    Day to Give Thanks for Fish and Seafood

    Environmental Protection Day

    Feast of Rotten Endings

    Festival of Jupiter Victor (Ancient Rome)

    Festival of Libertas (Ancient Roman personification of freedom and political liberty)

    Hallaton Bottle Kicking (UK)

    Hindi New Year (a.k.a. …

    Assamese New Year

    Baisakhi (Parts of India)

    Bisket Jatra (Nepali New Year)

    Bohag Bihu (Assam Valley)

    Cambodian New Year

    Chetti Chand (Parts of India)

    Guḍhī Pāḍavā [1st Day of Chaitra]

    Hari Raya Yep Tahun Baru (Indonesia)

    Malayali New Year (Kerala)

    Nyepi Day (a.k.a. Day of Silence; Bali)

    Ougadi (Mauritius)

    Pi Mai (Laotian New Year)

    Ramayana begins

    Sajibu Nongmapanba (Cheiraoba, Manipur, India)

    Telgu New Year

    Thingyan begins (Burma)

    Ugadi (Parts of India)

    Vaisakhi (Parts of India)

    Huguenot Day (France)

    Ides of April (Ancient Rome)

    International Functional Neurological Disorder Awareness Day

    International Plant Appreciation Day

    John Hanson Day (Maryland)

    Katyn Memorial Day (Poland)

    Libertas (Old Roman Goddess of Liberty)

    Look Up at the Sky Day

    National Make Lunch Count Day

    National Peach Cobbler Day

    National Silly Earring Day

    Poshui Jie begins (Water Splashing Festival; China)

    Ramadan, 1st full day (Islamic) [through May 12]

    Ramadan, 1st full day (a.k.a. …

    Awal Ramadan (Afghanistan, Malaysia)

    Beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan (Maldives)

    Puasa (Brunei)

    Ougadi (Myanmar)

    Start of Ramadan

    Ugaadi (Mauritius)

    Scrabble Day

    Silent Spring Day

    Sinhala & Tamil New Year’s Eve (Sri Lanka)

    Songkran (Thailand) [thru 4.15] (a.k.a. …

    Bangla New Year

    Bisket Jatra (Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand)

    Chiang Mai Songkran

    Tamil New Year

    Thai New Year

    Teacher’s Day (Ecuador)

    Thomas Jefferson Day

    Unfairly Prosecuted Persons Day (Slovakia)

    Vaisakhi (Sikh spring grain harvest festival)

    Yayoi Matsuri (Nikko, Japan; 5-Day Spring Festival)

    Christian Feast Days

    Caradoc

    Guinoch of Scotland

    Hermenegild

    Ida of Louvain

    Pope Martin I

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  • johnniemenghi
    13.04.2021 - 13 hours ago

    #alba #life #beautifulview #sunsetphotography #sea #beautifulview #amateurphotographer #nature #happyday #hobbyphotography #holidays #beautifulplaces #clouds #cloudporn #nikonphotography #amateurphotography #sunset #amazingplaces #nikon #sunrise #landscape #explore #hobbyphotography #holiday #fun #amazingview #seaview #sealovers ##seaside (presso Rome, Italy) https://www.instagram.com/p/CNl6143jYHw/?igshid=17vgeu1l65nhx

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  • agenderchat
    13.04.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Happy Vaisakhi

    Wishing a wonderful solar new year to our Hindu and Sikh followers!

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  • heartfullofpony
    13.04.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Hearth’s Warming Club Pt. II - Holiday Sacrifice

    Most of Hearth's Warming Club is spent exploring the wonderful traditions of the various creatures of Equestria and beyond, but where it really shines is its character development.

    When the Young Six first showed up at the beginning of Season 8, I didn't have a problem with them per se, but the characters didn't feel quite as fleshed out and complete as the Mane Six had from Day One. (At least, not to me).

    Here, the Young Six spends an entire episode waxing nostalgic for their respective holiday traditions, and in so doing, they each express their own intimate feelings in a believable and organic way. The characters really get into why these holidays are so meaningful to them personally.

    The yak holiday of Snilldarfest, for example, involves rather a lot of stuff getting smashed (as one might expect), but it's also the occasion when Yona got her first braids - a deeply powerful rite of passage in her culture. Ocellus' story of Changeling Hearth's Warming traditions expresses delight at discovering the holiday season in the first place, even if they don't fully understand the traditions they are emulating.

    Sandbar's story of The Hearth's Warming Doll That Almost Fell Into the Fire is more than a clever way to skip over explaining the meaning of Hearth's Warming, (which we, the audience, already know), it's a weird little peek into his mind. Sandbar is a lot more sheltered than his friends. He wasn't raised in an aggressive culture like the dragons, or a mercenary culture like the griffins, or an honor-based culture like yaks. He had never been subjugated by a tyrant like the hippogriffs under the Storm King, or the changelings under Chrysalis. Sandbar has enjoyed a very comfortable existence, (which makes his willingness to step out of that comfortable existence to save his friends in the Season 8 finale all the more powerful).

    Of course, in the end, it is Gallus' story that steals the show. By the time they get around to him, it's no huge surprise that he's the culprit. When first I saw the episode, I had expected him to say that the griffins had no holiday, or that it was an awful one. What we find out, however, is that griffin families do, in fact, get together for winter holidays. It involves dinner, and all the cantankerous arguing you might expect (and frankly, a lot of us right here on earth can relate to that experience).

    Gallus, however, doesn't resent the bickering of griffin dinner parties. He feels crushed by the fact that he doesn't get to participate at all.

    He has no family. "Grandpa Gruff" is an honorary title of an elder, not a relative.

    Suddenly everything about Gallus makes sense. His [insert sarcastic comment here] dialogue up until this point had always felt like something that was written purely for pacing or comedy or to add texture to the ensemble dynamic of The Young Six. But there's a strong character-based reason for it, and it's not just because he's a griffin.

    Gallus' sarcasm is a defense mechanism. While every other culture sent one of their best and brightest to come and learn about the equine style of friendship, the griffins simply sent a kid with no connections, no family, and no role in the Griffinstone community or economy. They did it purely to get rid of him.

    It's no wonder that Gallus is afraid of intimacy, even amongst friends! It's completely understandable that he would sabotage the tree just to spend a little bit more time with them. Last but not least, it's noble of him to come forward, and admit his misdeed. Simply put, he doesn't want his friends to get separated from their beloved traditions and suffer, and is prepared to pony up and accept the consequences of his actions.

    The episode ends with all five of his crew deciding to stay behind voluntarily so that they can all spend their holidays together - to introduce Gallus to just a little bit of warmth and love.

    At their core, that's what all of their cultures' holidays are about anyway (except the dragons' of course). I think this message is particularly timely, and more relevant now than it was two years ago when it aired. This year, millions of us sacrificed our normal holiday traditions, and instead, chose to have quiet celebrations with those in our immediate circles.

    This episode demonstrates beautifully how that is not to be lamented. It's better to do the right thing. In the Young Six's case, it's better to make sure that those in need are cared about. In our case, it's better to make sure that those who are vulnerable are not endangered.

    For me personally, Christmas 2020 was about finding new ways to express old traditions - to celebrate the same joy, albeit with a smaller circle.

    Happy New Year. Stay safe.

    -Sprocket

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  • agenderchat
    13.04.2021 - 15 hours ago

    Ramadan Mubarak

    Wishing all of our Muslim followers around the world a blessed and generous month as you observe Ramadan this year. Ramadan Kareem

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  • korrolrezni
    13.04.2021 - 15 hours ago

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    #Day#Evening#Night#Holidays #It's all just the fucking same #I wish I had an on and off switch #TBD
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  • nadiadreamcatcher
    13.04.2021 - 15 hours ago

    Eremo di Santa Maria Giacobbe a Pale (PG) Buon pomeriggio #photographylovers #photoofthedays #portraits   #photographers   #freelancer #italy🇮🇹 #loveyourself #selfietime #instadailyphoto #picoftheday📷 #igersitalia   #instagoods #followforfollowback #travel #vacations #holidays #animallovers #naturephotography #umbriatourism #doglover #me #city #tourist #loveit #friendship #smile #life #world #hope  #beautiful https://www.instagram.com/p/CNm11nUnr6q/?igshid=1bsumffkh8nj

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  • brownlazer
    13.04.2021 - 16 hours ago

    Unusual reception, Alila Villas Hadahaa, Maldives

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