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Harvest Festival in Second Life
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Better World Island, home to global nonprofits and educational groups, opens new attractions for a harvest fair focusing on 100+ things we can do today to build a better world. Click and get ideas, get involved and have fun exploring caves, mountains, waterfalls, natural habitats and dreamlike builds. Participate by sending in your blue ribbon building entries or buy one of our best for your group. Tours and groups welcome on our peaceful island paradise!
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BUILDERS!! ACCEPTING BLUE RIBBON ENTRIES FOR:
* VEGETABLES and FRUIT
* MEDICINAL and COOKING HERBS/PLANTS (with Recipes!)
* FARM and AGRICULTURAL ANMALS
* GARDEN TOOLS, SEEDS, SUPPLIES
* BEST HEALTHY BAKED GOODS with RECIPES BAKED on NOTECARDS
* SCARECROWS
* CARVED JACK-O-LANTERNS

20 Prim limit on entries! Judging will take place at the end of October and awards will be announced on 11/1 at the end of the Harvest Festival. To participate, please pass your (copy/transfer) entry to Zeke Poutine or join the Better World Scouts group and deed your entry to the group for judging in the contest. Items will be sold to cover contest costs and raise money for Better World Island. Exceptional works beyond 20 prims may be included in the auction to benefit BWI nonprofit projects. Photos and showcases may be allowed for exceptional builders who have non-competing entries on other sims.
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CALENDAR
October 20th: Opening Events @ ManorMeta
Tours: 8AM, 11AM, 2PM, 5PM
8PM: Molly Zenobia plays Edgar Allen Poe (live music/video concert from Los Angeles), www.mollyzenobia.com featuring dancing and events @ ManorMeta outdoor gardens.

Saturday October 21st: THE DUNK TANK Round ONE!
REAPING THE HARVEST: Prizewinning fruits and vegetables go on display: BRING IN YOUR ENTRIES!
Gardens of Hope, recipes and permaculture/sustainability agriculture exhibitions.

Sunday October 22nd – Thursday October 27th
BETTER WORLD BUILDING SPEAKERS and EVENTS
Integral Ice Rink discussions
Rides and Attractions @ ManorMeta Amusements on Uplift Mountain

Friday October 27th
Pet Parade, THE DUNK TANK, Live Auction and Gardens of Hope

October 28-29: Weekend at Water Studies Center
Surf, scuba, fish, dive, boat, ride Hazel the Dolphin and Lewis the Octopus!
Six microhabitats to explore on one small isle with Delia Lake, scoutbabe host.

Monday October 30th
ManorMeta Dance Party hosted by Common Cure and Fuzionor Engawa
Gothic crystalline grooves from the center of the earth to the depths of your soul

Tuesday October 31st
Haunted Camp Darfur, the scariest true story

Wednesday November 1st
Blue Ribbon Building Awards Ceremony
HARVEST PARTY AND DANCE!

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Hosted by the Better World Scouts:
Riversong Garden, Zeke Poutine, In Kenzo, Delia Lake, Common Cure, Cantara Boxer, Shivanath Tsedek, Enkidu Fanwood, Jeff Ghia, Vincent Palao, Sky Clymer, Tortoise Calliope, Sue Stonebender and scouts worldwide who participate in BWI projects.
THANK YOU FOR SHARING WITH US!

Image from page 50 of “A history of Section 647, United States army ambulance service with the French army” (1919)
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Identifier: historyofsection00bodf
Title: A history of Section 647, United States army ambulance service with the French army
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Bodfish, Robert Ware
Subjects: United States. Army. Ambulance service with the French army. Service sanitaire unite no. 647, 1917-1919 World War, 1914-1918
Publisher: [Worcester, Mass., The Stobbs Press]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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Noon Meal near Void [45] We received our orders to move forward on the 4th of October. The 92nd Divi-sion succeeded the 82nd in the town billets and we packed up for the new field of work.There was a little difficulty just before we left as the new division appeared about toappropriate our occupied billets. Bloodshed was missed by a little diplomacy and weslept the last night in our home of the past ten days. It was but a short run to ournew billet, a tent pitched beyond Neuvilly, in a region which was known only to ad-vanced posts before the advance of the week before. It marked the entrance upon ourlast front activity. It was to be the toughest proposition we had yet tackled, and wewere to come out of the tas-k sure of ourselves and of the strength of our section. [46] CHAPTER VTHE ARGONNE

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HE successful issue of the attack at St. Mihiel had stamped theAmericans as capable of performing a distinctive part in the newoperations of the Allied Armies. To attack on as many fronts aspossible at one time was the secret of victory. The British in thenorth were wearing away the defence at Cambrai, and the Frenchwere advancing steadily further south. It was for the Americansto pierce the Argonne Forest on the left of Verdun and, once outof the ravines and woods south of Grandpre, to cut the railroadconnections at Mezieres and Sedan. The Argonne Forest had wit-nessed no heavy fighting since the early part of the war. The German advance had se-cured the upper end of these woods. Further progress on either side was held to bewell nigh impossible. The country was replete with natural defences whose capture wouldrequire the presence of troops never at the disposal of the allied commanders. The forc-ing of the valley of the Aire was thus logically an American task. We were a new army,we

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Image from page 122 of “The diagnosis and treatment of diseases of women” (1907)
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Identifier: diagnosistreatmecros
Title: The diagnosis and treatment of diseases of women
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Crossen, Harry Sturgeon, 1869-
Subjects: Genital Diseases, Female Gynecology Gynecology Women Generative organs, Female
Publisher: St. Louis : Mosby
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School

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Fig. 114. Deep bimanual examination with the patient in bed. Showing the relations of the examining handand arm. Tlie examiner sits on the side of tlie bed and the arm lies between the widely-separated thighs, sothat the examination is made from directly in front of the pelvis. 5. When an absolutely sterile covering for the hands is desired, it is easily se-cured by boiling the gloves immediately before use. AVOID UNNECESSARY EXPOSURE. In all the steps of the examination and in all examinations and treatments,avoid exposing the patient any more than is necessary. Do not let your study ofthe clinical and scientific features of the case so preoccupy your mind that youneglect this. OTHER POINTS IN THE EXAMINATION 107 The carelessness manifested in this respect by some physicians is extremelyreprehensible. This careless disregard of the natural modesty of the patient isseen both in private work and in clinic work but especially in the latter, where it isjust as reprehensible as in the for

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