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I could not rest, Watson, I could not sit quiet in my chair, if I thought that such a man as Professor Moriarty were walking the streets of London unchallenged.

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Savage Songs | 2x02 | Slimy Stuarts

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penthesileas:

LITERATURE MEME - nine poems: “thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird” by wallace stevens [8/9]

READ IN FULL

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//History Meme//

1 War - World War II.

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# doctor who # intro # woooo 



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# doctor who # 12 # clara oswald # tardis 



beautywithin16:

3x01

beautywithin16:

3x01

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Horrible Histories-Series 3, Episode 2

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theworldofrosie:

History Meme

[2/3] Inventions - Printing Press
In the West, the invention of an improved movable type mechanical printing technology in Europe is credited to the German printer Johannes Gutenberg in 1450. The exact date of Gutenberg’s press is debated based on existing screw presses. Gutenberg, a goldsmith by profession, developed a printing system by both adapting existing technologies and making inventions of his own. His newly devised hand mould made possible the rapid creation of metal movable type in large quantities. The printing press displaced earlier methods of printing and led to the first assembly line-style mass production of books. A single Renaissance printing press could produce 3,600 pages per workday, compared to about 2,000 by typographic block-printing and a few by hand-copying. Books of bestselling authors such as Luther and Erasmus were sold by the hundreds of thousands in their lifetime. [x]

theworldofrosie:

History Meme

[2/3] Inventions - Printing Press

In the West, the invention of an improved movable type mechanical printing technology in Europe is credited to the German printer Johannes Gutenberg in 1450. The exact date of Gutenberg’s press is debated based on existing screw presses. Gutenberg, a goldsmith by profession, developed a printing system by both adapting existing technologies and making inventions of his own. His newly devised hand mould made possible the rapid creation of metal movable type in large quantities. The printing press displaced earlier methods of printing and led to the first assembly line-style mass production of books. A single Renaissance printing press could produce 3,600 pages per workday, compared to about 2,000 by typographic block-printing and a few by hand-copying. Books of bestselling authors such as Luther and Erasmus were sold by the hundreds of thousands in their lifetime. [x]
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the legend that surrounds memisses out the crucial partI was a ruthless killerwith a ruthless killer’s heart 

the legend that surrounds me
misses out the crucial part
I was a ruthless killer
with a ruthless killer’s heart 

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Track Name: Green Fields of France
Artist: Liam Clancy

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Liam Clancy- Green Fields of France

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