The Mourning Bride, by William Congreve
Many elderly (and others) like to have their pets with them whether or not they are “officially” service animals.
Never seen blade covers?
Owners are very religious and will not open on the Sabbath. They are also involved in many charitable works.
I remember being turned away from James Bond movies by my local theatre due to my young age (11 or 12) but on finding “The Man with the Golden Gun” on my parent’s bookshelf, I set out to read everything Ian Fleming wrote (thank God for libraries). Strangely, I discovered “Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang: The Magical Car” AFTER I completed the Bond series. Loved them all. I had full approval of both parents.
I was fortunate that I was given free reign of my parent’s bookshelves as soon as I started reading. This led to a lifelong curiosity and love of reading. I was never restricted. If I understood what I read, fine. If not, I could ask questions.
It probably should be given to him at puberty.
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The letters I and J were the same letter in Latin as were U and V. It is only their use as consonants as well as vowels which caused them to evolve into separate letters. Interestingly, names are one of the last places we can see this. For instance, Jan and Ian are both variants of John.
When done properly, the zip tone is put on a separate acetate layer. When the art is to be run in color, that acetate is simply left out when the separations are made.