Multiplicity. It's a word you might've heard of before. It's basically what happens when a photographer takes multiple photographs of a single scene in which the subject happens to be doing a whole lot of different things. The photographer then crops out the subject and adds each pose into a single photo -- effectively creating clones. Here are a number of galleries in which clone's are having fun - on the beach, around a car, at the workplace, and at home. And should you feel the bite of the multiplicity bug, here's a great tutorial on how to create them yourself.
The finishing touch on any makeover is a good-as-new manicure, but who says you have to fork up a bundle at the salon to get perfect natural nails? You can maintain beautiful hands and nails at home with a few simple tools. I recommend a French manicure because they go anywhere, and with anything. French manicures are manicures designed to resemble natural nails, and are characterized by natural pink base nails with white tips.
Move along, nothing to see here, just a gallery of Bar Rafaeli playing tennis in her underwear. Nothing to see here. Move along, people.
Wading or paddling pools are shallow bodies of water intended for use by small children, usually in parks. Concrete wading pools come in many shapes, traditionally rectangle, square or circle. Some are filled and drained daily due to lack of a filter system. Staff chlorinate the water to ensure health and safety standards.
In World War II's Battle of the Coral Sea, the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown had a hole ripped through its flight deck by a Japanese bomb, which penetrated several decks and exploded inside the ship, killing or seriously injuring 66 men. Despite its gaping wound, the Yorktown was able to make it back to the Pearl Harbor naval yard for repairs. The bomb damage, plus all the other damage sustained in the battle, was expected to take three months to repair, although crews estimated that they could get her just barely patched up enough in two weeks to return to the U.S. mainland for serious repairs. Admiral Nimitz, channeling his best Captain Kirk, told them they had three days -- and not just to get the ship limping back to the mainland, but to send her back out to fight. Several sleepless days later, the USS Yorktown was on her way to Midway like a goddamn magic trick. The sheer impossibility of the Yorktown being afloat, let alone ready to fight, led the Japanese to assume they must be looking at an entirely new carrier. The Yorktown managed to sink four Japanese carriers before finally succumbing to her own wounds at the Battle of Midway. At 07:01, June 7, 1942, the Yorktown turned over onto her port side, rolled upside-down, and sank, stern first, in 3,000 fathoms of water. On 19 May 1998, the wreck of Yorktown was found and photographed by renowned oceanographer Dr. Robert D. Ballard, discoverer of the wrecks of the RMS Titanic and the German battleship Bismarck. The remains of the Yorktown, 3 miles beneath the surface, were surprisingly intact after having been on the sea bottom for 56 years; paint and equipment were still visible.
Old and busted: Supermodels without makeup. The new hotness: drunk vs sober celebs.
A lighter is a portable device used to generate a flame. It consists of a metal or plastic container filled with a flammable fluid or pressurized liquid gas, a means of ignition, and some provision for extinguishing the flame. The patenting of ferrocerium (often misidentified as flint) by Carl Auer von Welsbach in 1903 has made modern lighters possible. When scratched, it produces a large spark which is responsible for lighting the fuel of many lighters, and is suitably inexpensive for use in disposable items.
Open-air preaching, street preaching or public preaching is the act of publicly proclaiming a religious message to crowds of people in open places. It is an ancient method of communicating a religious or social message, and has been used by many cultures and religious traditions but today is usually associated with Christian fundamentalism or evangelicalism. Early Methodist preachers John Wesley and George Whitefield preached in the open air, which allowed them to attract crowds larger than most buildings could accommodate.
Old and busted: Hungry Hungry Hippo. The new hotness: Angry Angry Hippo.
Newly minted modeling superstar Kate Upton is pretty much the hottest thing in sports these days. Upton isn't exactly an athlete, but she is rumored to be dating Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, and over the last year she has been popping up (or out?) at sporting events around the country. If Upton wasn't a household name before, she certainly is by now. At least in households that truly appreciate the greatness of busty broads in bikinis. At this point, I've pretty much completed coursework on a Kate Upton major. And no, it's not because I'm some kind of stalker! It's because I felt it was imperative to bring you Kate Upton's 25 Sexiest Sports Moments (so far).
Latin alteration of Bernice, the name Veronica is influenced by the ecclesiastical Latin phrase vera icon meaning "true image". This was the name of a legendary saint who wiped Jesus' face with a handkerchief, and then found his image imprinted upon it - this is known as the Veil of Veronica.. Due to popular stories about her, the name was occasionally used in the Christian world in the Middle Ages. It was borne by the 17th-century Italian saint and mystic Veronica Giuliani. As an English name, it was not common until the 19th century, when it was imported from France and Scotland. Veronika is a popular variation in Croatian, Czech, German, Hungarian, and Latvian cultures.
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