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Ginger meets Eric

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modcloth:

Red, yellow, green, blue. Click your color to shop the rainbow!

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Family, duty, honor - House Tully

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Emma Watson for Elle US (By Carter Smith) (x)

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Vivien Leigh in That Hamilton Woman 

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Cate Blanchett || Nick Leary Photoshoot (2004)

glamorous 1930s realness

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42%?!?!?? That’s insane.

This is fucking sad.

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Commodore?"  "No, not anymore. Weren’t you listening?"

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130186:

Ralph Lauren Fall 2014

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HISTORY MEME: (1/4) wars/conflicts Russo-Turkish War of 1877

The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78 was a conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Eastern Orthodox coalition led by the Russian Empire and composed of several Balkan countries. Fought in the Balkans and in the Caucasus, it originated in emerging 19th-century Balkan nationalism. Additional factors included Russian hopes of recovering territorial losses suffered during the Crimean War, re-establishing itself in the Black Sea, and supporting the political movement attempting to free Balkan nations from the Ottoman Empire.

As a result of the war, Russia succeeded in claiming several provinces in the Caucasus, namely Kars and Batumi. The principalities of Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, each of which had had de facto sovereignty for some time, formally proclaimed independence from the Ottoman Empire. After almost five centuries of Ottoman domination (1396–1878), the Bulgarian state was re-established as the Principality of Bulgaria, covering the land between the Danube River and the Balkan Mountains as well as the region of Sofia, which became the new state’s capital.

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A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness.
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