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  • bcdluckstumblcd
    20.05.2022 - 3 minutes ago

    thinking about jin getting his memories back and going through a reform program with Elsa and eventually taking her to his parents’ and baby sister’s grave

    #variantia #hi i'm thinking about T H E M #im thinking about them and WEEPING #🎭|| photoshop handsome {ooc}
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  • kellyn1604
    20.05.2022 - 4 minutes ago

    What did I say about teaching her to use weapons?

    #the flame and the flower #kathleen e woodiwiss #bodice ripper#romance novel
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  • liescki
    20.05.2022 - 6 minutes ago

                               closed starter @amgelius​ !

    solidão e memórias dolorosas. liena as enfrentava com discrição e doçura tenaz. o trabalho e companhias sossegavam o coração para doses de risada e sorrisos. --- ” diria que faltaram flores na vestimenta mas está perfeito ” --- o orgulho ia do trabalho a conduta de ange. irmã mais velha, tia ou mãe postiça. liena cuidava daqueles com os quais importava-se. --- “ concederia uma dança à sua velha amiga? estou um pouco enferrujada mas prometo algumas risadas. ” --- riu baixinho. --- “ as senhoras do baile ficarão escandalizadas. ” ---

    #・ ✧  convos ! #ange auguste ! #・ ✧  liena ! #liena parece uma mãezona boba asjdhkjas #só falta tirar foto do ange e fazer um album pro filhote
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  • dagonetsclippedthreads
    20.05.2022 - 7 minutes ago

    “Taking a holiday, are we?” he says, voice wry and amused. “Bit presumptuous of you, innit?”

    “Yes, well, we’re here. We might as well enjoy it. Have you ever seen the Costa Brava, the Côte d'Azur, Amalfi? 

    Eggsy laughs, low and warm. Harry tips his head down from regarding the heavens and meets his sardonic gaze. “Yeah, Harry, sure, that’s what me and the lads spent our hols doing. Yachting around the bloody Med.”

    #kingsman fic rec #Hartwin#E-rating#13k
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  • kyuala
    20.05.2022 - 12 minutes ago

    i hate people who make me feel things at the pit of my stomach

    #horn*ness most of the time #right now it's namely f!nn w*lfhard nd doug!e from mcfly so 😃 #mari.txt
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  • skeletonpendeja
    20.05.2022 - 12 minutes ago

    A pose redraw from IDW 50 for a twitter meme and a buncha fun Sonic Doots

    #sonic #sonic the hedgehog #miles tails prower #shadow the hedgehog #amy rose #big the cat #e 123 omega #bones rattle#skelearts#my art #these were fun!
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  • 4maos
    20.05.2022 - 13 minutes ago

    Regularizar MEI: Veja como funciona e como parcelar

    Regularizar MEI: Veja como funciona e como parcelar

    6 min de leitura Você é um microempreendedor individual está com dívidas no seu CNPJ e tem dúvida se é possível regularizar o MEI? Essa é uma dúvida muito comum entre os empreendedores porque muitos micros empreendedores individuais acabam deixando acumular suas dívidas e chega um certo momento que essas dívidas precisam ser pagas. Sabendo disso, decidimos trazer esse conteúdo sobre regularizar…

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  • theginkosakata
    20.05.2022 - 13 minutes ago
    #Tahir y Yigit ♡ #padre e hijo #baba ve oğul #Tahir Kaleli#Yigit Kaleli #el tigre del mar y el lobo aullador a la luz de la luna #Sen Anlat Karadeniz #Fugitiva #Ulaş Tuna Astepe #Demir Berinci#series turkish#turkish series#twitter #post en español #yiggo#NefTah #i believe in neftah supremacy 🛐 #otp: iyi ki sen #~🌸
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  • dogcoded
    20.05.2022 - 15 minutes ago

    i genuinely mean no hate to these folks but im just like....kinda fascinated by ppl who are legitimately super attracted 2 twinks like idk i just cant rly fathom it honestly like ppl seriously see a young fella who looks like an italian greyhound that got turned into a human man by a wizard for his hubris (or any other reason idk) n go Wow Yes I Want Him 😘😳😍😜

    #p #i guess i can Get it but the twink has 2 be like evil or fucked up or smth yknow? cantjust be some guy #i was gonna go into more abt what my type actually is but its probs sorta clear cuz like..the opposite of what I described #n thats all that need be said byyye #im literally just sayin w/e at this point i rly dont know
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  • parceria3m
    20.05.2022 - 15 minutes ago
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  • mistresspotatoskull
    20.05.2022 - 17 minutes ago

    For all the Elriels arguments of Gwynriels being able to support their theories with textual evidence (which they can/have/will Elriels just don’t like it because it’s bad for their ship) they sure can’t seem to make a single theory that doesn’t involve tearing down other women (fictional or real).

    Like can y’all get Gwyn’s name out of your mouths and instead replace it with common sense?

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  • colony-drop-program
    20.05.2022 - 17 minutes ago

    Did Flynn the madlad really put the words "fancy that" in Sonic's mouth? Just have him say "funny"

    #this is really nitpicky but w/e
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  • larryshapiro
    20.05.2022 - 23 minutes ago

    Harrison Township FD - Harmony Fire Company, Rescue 231

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  • sunniwrites
    20.05.2022 - 24 minutes ago

    gonna be queuing things and may be mia from this blog for a few days. i'll reply to all dms then, sorry.

    #it's just my brain being mean so i need space #shut up sunni #mobile post so it's ugly but w/e
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  • dwellordream
    20.05.2022 - 26 minutes ago
    “Along with the relationship between clerical status and citizenship, intermarriage between spouses of different Christian denominations, or the conversion of one spouse and not the other, also posed a problem for religious reformers and political authorities. What should take precedence, a woman’s faith or her duty to obey her husband? Continental Protestants generally urged the wife to obey her husband; she could pray for his conversion but, in Calvin’s words, “should not desert the partner who is hostile.” 
    Some radical Protestants, such as the Anabaptists in the German city of Münster, allowed—and a few even encouraged—believers to leave their unbelieving spouses, but they expected the women who did so to remarry quickly and thus come under the authority of a male believer. In their sermons and printed household guides, English Puritans also put wifely obedience over a woman’s religious convictions, though they did suggest that their female followers could try to be “domestic missionaries” and attempt to convert their children, servants, and husbands. 
    Many Catholic authors agreed, supporting women working to convert their Protestant or indifferent husbands, or even daughters converting or inspiring their parents. “Young girls will reform their families, their families will reform their provinces, their provinces will reform the world,” went a saying taught to Catholic schoolgirls. Religious differences were not a valid ground for separation in Catholicism, however, nor could married women enter a convent unless their husbands agreed. During the first decades after the Reformation, marriages between spouses of different confessions were more common than they would be later when the lines of confession hardened. 
    Such mixed marriages occasioned less comment than one would assume, given the violence of religious disagreements in general, because for the nobility and gentry, and even for middle-class city people, economic considerations and family politics could outweigh religious concerns when choosing a spouse. By the seventeenth century, intermarriage across religious lines was less common, with some cities and states issuing explicit prohibitions, often in gender-specific terms.
    In 1631 in Lutheran Strasbourg, for example, any female citizen who married a Calvinist was to lose her citizenship “because she would let herself easily be led into error by her husband and would be led astray,” while a man who married a Calvinist would not “because he can probably draw his spouse away from her false religion and bring her onto the correct path.” Sometimes a woman’s duty of obedience toward her husband created opportunities rather than restrictions. In 1559, Queen Elizabeth ordered everyone in her realm to attend services in the Church of England or be penalized with fines and imprisonment. 
    Many English and Irish Catholics outwardly conformed, but others did not, becoming what were termed “recusants.” Among these was a large percentage of women, who posed a special problem for royal officials trying to enforce the law. A single woman or widow found guilty of recusancy could be fined, but a married woman, according to English common law, had no legal identity separate from her husband—she owned and controlled no property. Imprisoning her would disrupt family life, and fining her would harm her husband, who might not even share her religious convictions. 
    The Crown tried a variety of tactics to solve the problem, but only the most adamant Protestant men were willing to back measures that would allow a wife to be responsible as an individual for her religious choices and put her husband’s property at risk. If Catholic wives became legally independent property owners, might their own wives do the same? Most Protestant members of Parliament were horrified at the prospect. A few women, such as Margaret Clitherow and Anne Line, were executed for their Catholic faith, but most recusant women were able to avoid strict punishment. 
    Their husbands often did outwardly conform, attending services to avoid punishment, leaving their wives to arrange for private masses or even to shelter illegal Catholic missionaries. These recusant women became a new kind of Catholic heroine—capable, benevolent, intelligent, and even somewhat crafty in the way they dealt with authorities. They were able to use ideas about a husband’s God-given authority over his home and family to the advantage of their religious beliefs, carving out a space for Catholic worship in the privacy of their own household.
    …Male confraternities expanded rapidly with the growth of the mendicant orders such as the Franciscans and Dominicans in the thirteenth century. Voluntary lay confraternities, organized by occupation, devotional preference, neighborhood, or charitable activity, grew up in larger cities and many villages. Venice had 120 confraternities in about 1500 and almost 400 by about 1700. They held processions and feasts; engaged in penitential flagellation; handed out charity to the poor; conducted funerary services for their members; purchased candles, furnishings, and art for churches; administered hospitals and orphanages; and supported local shrines and altars. 
    Some confraternities specialized in praying for souls in purgatory, either for specific individuals or the anonymous mass of all souls. Some were established by and associated with specific craft guilds. In England they were generally associated with a parish, so are called parish guilds, parish fraternities, or lights; by the late Middle Ages, they were financially responsible for keeping their parish church clean and repaired and for supplying it with candles and other liturgical objects. Membership in a confraternity gave a man spiritual, social, and charitable benefits—and in some cases political ones as well, for some confraternities were limited to and thus connected to members of the elite.
    Before the Reformation in the English town of Coventry, for example, only men who were members of the Trinity Guild could hold an office in the city government. In sixteenth-century Portugal, nobles and other wealthy men were often members of the Misericordia confraternities supported by the monarchy. These groups were free of control by the bishops, and they monopolized most charitable activities. Jesuits relied on confraternities organized under their auspices, called Marian sodalities, for financial and political support in their charitable, educational, and missionary activities. 
    Some of these, such as the French Congregation of the Holy Sacrament, were secret bodies of courtiers and officials who provided support for the monarchy as well as engaging in devotional and charitable activities. Most men in confraternities were not members of the elite, of course, but the groups still gave them regular opportunities to reinforce their devotional life, express their faith outwardly, assist others, and socialize with their peers. Across Europe, women had fewer opportunities to establish, join, or lead confraternities than did men. 
    Some confraternities did allow female members, but women could not become officers in mixed-sex groups. There were a few all-female confraternities, often dedicated to the Rosary, the Virgin Mary, Saint Anne (the mother of the Virgin), or another female saint. The best studied of these have been women’s parish guilds in England right before the Reformation. These groups—often specified as the “wives’ guild” or the “maidens’ guild”— held dances, ales, and collections to raise money to repair church buildings and altars, dressed statues and images in special clothing or jewelry for feast days, and kept the church supplied with clean rushes and altar cloths. 
    They were led by a warden picked from among their own members, who was often from one of the more prominent families in the parish. Service as a guild warden did not lead to higher offices for women the way it often did for the young men who headed the parish “younglings guilds” for unmarried men, but it was still a way for women to demonstrate both their piety and their administrative skill. Women’s parish guilds often disappear from the records when lights and images were prohibited in English churches in 1536, as they no longer had a reason to collect money, and they were suppressed, along with other similar groups, by the Chantries Act of 1547. 
    On the continent, women more often appear as beneficiaries of the confraternities’ welfare measures than as members. Many confraternities provided dowries that would allow poor girls to marry or enter a convent. (Convents generally required a payment upon entrance, though this was usually less than a woman was expected to provide as a dowry on marriage.) Alms for the deserving poor were often targeted to aged, ill, or poverty-stricken widows, who were the poorest group in any city. 
    Confraternities in Italian cities opened institutions for repentant prostitutes (convertite), and also asylums for women who were felt to be at risk of turning to prostitution or losing their honor, such as orphans, poor unmarried women and widows, or battered wives. In Catholic theory marriage was indissoluble, but in practice such asylums offered women who had been abandoned or victimized by their husbands a respectable place to live, an alternative that was unavailable in Protestant areas.

    - Merry E. Weisner-Hanks, “Women and Men, Together and Apart.” in Reformation Christianity

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  • talltalestogo
    20.05.2022 - 28 minutes ago

    “Denature”

    Denature My dentist perplexed. / Been chewing on your fingers? / One cavity found. . . #051918

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  • 4maos
    20.05.2022 - 28 minutes ago

    Regularizar MEI: Veja como funciona e como parcelar - PAsseios em Alagoas

    Regularizar MEI: Veja como funciona e como parcelar – PAsseios em Alagoas

    6 min de leitura Você é um microempreendedor individual está com dívidas no seu CNPJ e tem dúvida se é possível regularizar o MEI? Essa é uma dúvida muito comum entre os empreendedores porque muitos micros empreendedores individuais acabam deixando acumular suas dívidas e chega um certo momento que essas dívidas precisam ser pagas. Sabendo disso, decidimos trazer esse conteúdo sobre regularizar…

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  • forever70s
    20.05.2022 - 32 minutes ago

    Italian singing group Ricchi e Poveri (1970)

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  • spottedspotsposts
    20.05.2022 - 35 minutes ago

    RUNNINGFOOT

    Scout of the Underwood Guild.

    Formerly of the Windswept Guild.

    Son of Wrenflight of the Windswept Guild.

    Mate of Mottletail. Father of Sandpaw.

    Gay. | Cis Male. | (He/They)

    48 moons / 4 yrs (32)

    Voice: Philip Hamilton - Hamilton - Anthony Ramos

    Runningfoot is the exact archetype of the cat that every young apprentice strives to be - athletic, bold, and incredibly popular within the other guilds. While he is all of these things - and more -, he hasn’t escaped from the limelight just yet, and as a result, many cats feel embittered towards his general success and popularity, and others tend to ask too much of him at times. Despite his easygoing, laid-back nature, his temper is short and hot, and he has a tendency to stick very close to his own idealistic views, regardless of how that colors the world around him. However, he’s still working to better himself, and the close friends he’s made within his guild are more than happy to help cool him should he need it.
    #ofnd#warriors#warrior cats#warriors au #warrior cats au #runningwind #I DID IT #I DREW HIM #HES DONE #IM NOT SATISFIED WITH HIM BUT #d o n e
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