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Sorting through dusty manuscripts and volumes of mysterious books is how many of us imagine finding evidence in history. But our past is far more than a string of names and dates. It is about how people lived in the past and molded our society. It is about their hopes and dreams, their fears and disappointments, and what pushed them to make the decisions and inventions they did.

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"Kit includes everything needed for the top of the quilt including the pattern and the binding. Finished quilt top is 60 1/2\" x 68 3/4\". Fabric is all Kona Cotton by Robert Kaufman Colors may view differently depending on your monitor and photo quality. 😊 Combined shipping available. Shipping overages will be refunded. 😊 Orders are usually processed within 24 hours or less! 😊 PLEASE visit my shop at http://PandoriaLLC.etsy.com" Ornament, Ideas, Couture, Naaien, Hoa, Pattern, Patrones, Tricot, Inspo

"Kit includes everything needed for the top of the quilt including the pattern and the binding. Finished quilt top is 60 1/2\" x 68 3/4\". Fabric is all Kona Cotton by Robert Kaufman Colors may view differently depending on your monitor and photo quality. 😊 Combined shipping available. Shipping overages will be refunded. 😊 Orders are usually processed within 24 hours or less! 😊 PLEASE visit my shop at http://PandoriaLLC.etsy.com"

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The euphemism “seeing pink elephants” was first used in the 19th century to describe the hallucinations experienced by drinkers of absinthe, the anise-flavored and highly alcoholic beverage associated with bohemian culture, especially among artists and writers in Paris. Vincent Van Gogh, Ernest Hemingway and Oscar Wilde were well-known absinthe drinkers.Absinthe was banned by 1915 but the phrase remained popular up to the 1950s as a way of describing someone who had drunk too much. “I was seeing Pink, Humour, Retro, Vintage, One Word Quotes, Nostalgic Images, Prints, Absinthe Drinker, Elephant Images

The euphemism “seeing pink elephants” was first used in the 19th century to describe the hallucinations experienced by drinkers of absinthe, the anise-flavored and highly alcoholic beverage associated with bohemian culture, especially among artists and writers in Paris. Vincent Van Gogh, Ernest Hemingway and Oscar Wilde were well-known absinthe drinkers. Absinthe was banned by 1915 but the phrase remained popular up to the 1950s as a way of describing someone who had drunk too much. “I was…

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