Information

 

General info

Owner
likeorhate
Last updated
2014-07-28 22:43:03
Short links
http://lk.ht/4Kd
See more here

Statistics

Votes
6
Views
2771
Comments
0

 

Explore

Actions

Tips

 

You can add these boxes to your site.

Every thing has a link like this:

Add this to your blogAdd this to your blog

Just click on it and follow the one-step instructions. Whenever you add one of these boxes to your site you will be getting links back to you in our site!

 

Overview

 

Summary

Séculos: Décadas: 640 650 660 670 680 - 690 - 700 710 720 730 740 Anos: 690 - 691 - 692 - 693 - 694 - 695 - 696 - 697 - 698 - 699 More information...

Media

    See all...

    No media yet.

    Add media Add yours now!

    Tags

    We are adding some soon!

    Trackbacks

    No trackbacks found yet

    How do I get my site in this list?

    Social

    Keep posted with what is going on: new comments, new media...

    Follow Follow it!
    Who is following it Who is following it?
     

    CommentsSee all

    The following comments are owned by their Poster. We are not responsible for them in any way.
    No comments
     
    Post a new comment:

    Write terms between # to "thingify" them, making them look like this: #LikeOrHate.com#.

    Unless explicitly otherwise stated, data submitted to LikeOrHate.com will be licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License + Creative Commons Plus (learn more)

     

    Related

     
     

    Votersmore...

     
     

    Lists

     

     
     

    Register now, and make your vote count more!

    Votes of unregistered users count only half as much compared to registered users.
     

    Random

     
    • Suspension of disbelief or "willing suspension of disbelief" is a formula named as such in English by the poet and aesthetic philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge to justify the use of fantastic or non-realistic elements in literature. Coleridge suggested that if a writer could infuse a "human interest and a semblance of truth" into a fantastic tale, the reader would suspend judgment concerning the implausibility of the narrative.
    • The digastric muscle (also digastricus) (named digastric as it has two bellies) is a small muscle located under the jaw. It lies below the body of the mandible, and extends, in a curved form, from the mastoid process to the symphysis menti. It belongs to the suprahyoid muscles group. A broad aponeurotic layer is given off from the tendon of the digastricus on either side, to be attached to the body and greater cornu of the hyoid bone; this is termed the suprahyoid aponeurosis.
      http://commons.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gray1195.png
    • Tchoukball (pronounced chukeball) is an indoor team sport developed in the 1970s by Swiss biologist Hermann Brandt, who believed that "The objective of all physical activities is not to make champions, but make a contribution to building a harmonious society". His aim was to develop a team sport which did not involve the horrific injuries which he viewed as plaguing other sports. The sport is played on an indoor court measuring forty metres by twenty metres (130 feet x 65 feet).
      http://commons.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Frame_front_30.jpg

     
    All Content in this site is the sole responsibility of the person from whom such Content originated. See our Terms of service