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List of Powerful Freemason Symbols

List of Powerful Freemason Symbols

Th all-seeing eye is a Freemason symbol.eye image by Madrider from Fotolia.comFreemason symbols descended from pictographs from ancient Sumeria, circa 3000 B.C., Persia, and Mesopotamia. These powerful symbols were used in large part to teach new members without having to read books,...
How to Learn Present Tense in Spanish

How to Learn Present Tense in Spanish

As the world becomes more diverse, there is high demand for proficiency in Spanish. Spanish is one of the easier world languages to learn, so it is a fairly easy language to learn for English speakers. After becoming acquainted with numbers, greetings and basic vocabulary, it is necessary to learn t
Types Of Telephones and Telephone Calls

Types Of Telephones and Telephone Calls

Learn Mandarin Chinese vocabulary related to the telephone and types of telephone calls. Each entry has an audio file for pronunciation practice, as well as animated graphics showing the stroke order of Chinese characters.
What Is Body Contouring

What Is Body Contouring

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How Do I Decipher Script?

How Do I Decipher Script?

Deciphering scripts, whether cursive writing of your own language or culture or unknown languages of the distant past, is more an art than a science. The scholarly discipline of paleography is concerned with reading ancient writing, but many of the techniques developed for studying obscure ancient t
déborder

déborder

What does the French word déborder mean? How is it pronounced and used?
Allot, A Lot, and Alot: What's the Difference?

Allot, A Lot, and Alot: What's the Difference?

The commonly confused words "allot," "a lot," and "alot": definitions, examples, usage notes, and practice exercises.
Today in Francophone History

Today in Francophone History

Learn about important dates in French and francophone history: famous birthdays, holidays and celebrations, and other milestones.
What's the Difference Between the Words 'Fortunate' and 'Fortuitous'?

What's the Difference Between the Words 'Fortunate' and 'Fortuitous'?

The commonly confused words "fortunate" and "fortuitous": answers to practice exercises.
horripilant

horripilant

What does the French word horripilant mean? How is it pronounced and used?
Sentence Structure in English - Definition and Examples

Sentence Structure in English - Definition and Examples

Sentence structure (or syntax) is the arrangement of words, phrases, and clauses in a sentence.
Have You Read the Greatest Children's Book of All Time?

Have You Read the Greatest Children's Book of All Time?

Le Petit Prince is the wonderfully touching and creative story of a man who meets an extraordinary boy and relearns what it means to be a child. It is a French classic in children's literature, as well as an excellent book for beginning-to-intermediate French students and for anyone who is tire
Gagner - to win; to earn

Gagner - to win; to earn

Learn how to conjugate gagner, a regular -er French verb.
Define Kindred Spirits

Define Kindred Spirits

"Kindred spirits" is a phrase that gets thrown around quite a bit, but its definition can be ambiguous. Sometimes it refers to friends, sometimes to lovers and sometimes even to animals.
More Japanese businessmen becoming homebodies

More Japanese businessmen becoming homebodies

Learn from a column ”A welcome trend: More Japanese businessmen becoming homebodies” from "Tensei Jingo" by Asahi Shinbun.
Today in Francophone History

Today in Francophone History

Learn about important dates in French and francophone history: famous birthdays, holidays and celebrations, and other milestones.
Pilgrimage to Capaccio

Pilgrimage to Capaccio

In a pilgrimage to her grandmother's hometown in southern Italy, Danielle is stumped, not by an inability to communicate in Italian, but by an apparently English word.
Costumes From the Empire Period of the 1800s

Costumes From the Empire Period of the 1800s

The Empire period refers to France's First Empire and the Neoclassic style it inspired in the arts and architecture from 1800 to 1815. Napoleon had become First Consul in 1799 and Emperor in 1804. In women's fashion, this neoclassicism translated into a slender silhouette, originally inspired by the