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Old 01-11-2016, 11:18 PM   #46
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Universitas Princetoniensis..

Ripliad First edition (UK) - Ripley Under Water..
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One day, he is approached by shipping magnate Herbert Greenleaf to travel to "Mongibello", in Italy, to persuade Greenleaf's errant son, Dickie, to return to the US and join the family business..Catania is well known for its historical earthquakes.. Ripley agrees, exaggerating his friendship with Dickie, a half-remembered acquaintance, in order to gain the elder Greenleaf's trust..Shortly after his arrival in Italy, Ripley meets Dickie and Dickie's friend Marge Sherwood; although Ripley ingratiates himself with Dickie, Marge does not seem to like him very much..As a gesture to Ripley, Dickie agrees to travel with him on a short holiday to Sanremo..London-born Muslim convert identified as Lucas Kinney starred in al-Qaeda video after changing his name to Abu Basir al-Britani..Probably the earliest usage of a similar phrase occurs in the epic Greek poem, The Iliad by Homer..In Book 21, Achilles slays Lykaon, a son of Priam, and throws him in a river..Achilles taunts him as he dyes, saying "Lie there now among the fish" ..


The Godfather - Luca Brasip Sleeps with the Fishes..

Catania is located on the east coast of the Island of Sicily, at the foot of Mount Etna..According to Place-names of the World, the name Etna originated from the Phoenician word attuna meaning "furnace" or "chimney"..He dismisses the hypothesis that Etna is from the Greek (aitho), meaning "I burn", through an iotacist pronunciation.. In Classical Greek, it is called (Aitne), a name given also to Catania and the city originally known as Inessa, and in Latin it is called Aetna.. In Arabic, it was called Jabal al-Nar (the Mountain of Fire)..It is also known as Mungibeddu in Sicilian and Mongibello or Montebello in Italian..Nowadays, the term Mongibello indicates the mountain's top area of the 2 central craters encompassing also the craters in the southeast and the northeast of the volcanic cone..According to another hypothesis the term Mongibello comes from the Latin Mulciber (qui ignem mulcet, who placates the fire), one of the Latin names of the Roman god Vulcan..


The Talented Mr. Ripley - Hello Meredith ..You're so white!..

Inhabitants of Fontainebleau are called Bellifontains..This hamlet was endowed with a royal hunting lodge and a chapel ..Francis I of France, built a large part of the palace + Henry III of France, born in Fontainebleau - Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, king and queen of France, built a part of the palace + Christina, Queen of Sweden; her lover, Gian Rinaldo Monaldeschi, was murdered in Fontainebleau - Alfonso XIII, king of Spain, after his abdication + Aga Khan IV, international business magnate - Napoleon - Pope Pius VII, lived (as a prisoner of Napoleon) in the palace + Robert Louis Stevenson, a Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer - Fontainebleau is twinned with the following cities:Richmond-upon-Thames, England, UK, since 1977 -Siem Reap, Cambodia, since 11 June 2000 - Lodi, Italy since 2011..Santa Maria Maddalena, also called the Chiesadella Maddalena is a late Baroque-style Roman Catholic church located on via Maddalena in central Lodi, region of Lombardy, Italy, there is the HQ of 'Zucchetti', in Lodi Tower..Lodi (LOHD-eye) is a city located in San Joaquin County, California, in the northern portion of California's Central Valley...
Anyone got a respirator Handy..
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The use of gas vans had 2 disadvantages: 1 - It was slow—some victims took 20 minutes to dye -2- It was not quiet—the drivers could hear the Victims' screams, which they found distracting and disturbing..Probably derived from Virgil's Aeneid Book II, line 777, non haec sine numine divum Eveniunt..
Elite Yachting, so they don't have to breath in all the Toxic Vehicull fumes...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_van
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ripley_Under_Water
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/sleep_with_the_fishes
https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...6&postcount=18O Nature, and O soul of man! how far beyond all utterance are your linked analogies; not the smallest atom stirs or lives on matter, but has its cunning duplicate in mind..Speak, thou vast and venerable head..Of all divers, thou hast dived the deepest..That head upon which the upper sun now gleams, has moved amid this world’s foundations...https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...&postcount=681

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