It wont let me put both images in one post for some reason but can someone explain this. (Theres a second image)

2021.11.28 20:37 Faze_Couch It wont let me put both images in one post for some reason but can someone explain this. (Theres a second image)

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2021.11.28 20:37 rondeau_92 Barn Find Issue

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2021.11.28 20:37 edited-luke A heartfelt Thanksgiving video, reminding him of his/her mother

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2021.11.28 20:37 VictorHubress Tranquility

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2021.11.28 20:36 Competitive_Cup_745 What is more sigma?

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2021.11.28 20:36 covingtonFF 9' Floating Desk - What brackets would I use?

I have the following dimensions:

So - the slab isn't exactly wall-to wall. It is about 4" short. I know I can't do only L brackets off the back wall due to depth (or at least I don't think I can). I would think there is some sort of metal frame out there for this, but haven't come across it yet. My only other thoughts so far are 4x4 along the outer walls as well as a beam underneath the middle. May not be as eye-pleasing, though, as something stronger made of metal - but would hide some of the wires and maybe not look too bad.
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2021.11.28 20:36 DJDelVillarreal I'm not used to being lucky

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2021.11.28 20:36 Arthur_collie How it started......and how it ended

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2021.11.28 20:36 future_beach_bum A few cats I found in a cemetery

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2021.11.28 20:36 angelxjulia reoccurring disney dream

i have this reoccurring dream where i'm im california with my family, just down the street from disneyland- each time i have this dream my family and i always decide to stop by and check it out but no one ever wants to ride on the rides w me- it always makes me really frustrated and upset?? im 21 years old and have been to disneyland a couple times as a kid but other than that it doesn't hold any significance to me. it's super weird bc this dream is super common, happening at least once a week and started happening within the last year or so. i feel like i’m losing it lol
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2021.11.28 20:36 PK-ThunderGum That one time the [SNLF] moonlighted as the "Free French Forces" for an OP

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2021.11.28 20:36 Andrac3n_Jr Once you reach the deepest levels of the backrooms

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2021.11.28 20:36 GiveItToTJ Regice on us. Will add 10 for sure.

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2021.11.28 20:36 Three-Eyed_Raven Medicine to Top consulting

Hello gents, any of ye out here who went from MD to MBB in lieu of residency?
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2021.11.28 20:36 Bte0815 Clip to hold gloves on battle belt

I’m looking for a clip I have seen on peoples belts in the past but can’t find them for sale right now.
It looks like a Velcro loop that attaches to the belt with a metal spring clip that hangs down. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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2021.11.28 20:36 Luka-the-Pooka The Crocodile in Ancient Egypt

The Crocodile in Ancient Egypt Egyptian Name: Emsah
Called the "Great Fish of Horus," the Nile Crocodile was both feared and respected in ancient Egypt. This dangerous aquatic reptile was recognized by its "wrinkled and rough face," its form, described as a combination of jackal and snake, and its color, designated as "turquoise-green."
Since it emerged from the waters like the sun god, the crocodile was connected with the forces of life and renewal, and the deceased makes a transformation into a crocodile on their journey through the Duat. Protective crocodile amulets, made from faience and carnelian, were highly popular. Many fish were regarded as creatures of chaos, so, as fish eaters, crocodiles were believed to help to establish order.
The crocodile represented the symbolic strength of the ruler of Egypt. The crocodile’s power to snatch and destroy its prey was thought to be symbolic of the might of the pharaoh - the strength of the reptile was a manifestation of the pharaoh’s own power. Given the awe people felt for them, it is no wonder that crocodiles often figured in Egyptian curses: "May the crocodile be against him in the water, may the snake be against him on land, if he does anything against this tomb."
The crocodile was credited with great wisdom and foreknowledge – it was declared that wherever on the bank the female crocodile built a nest and laid her eggs would be the extent of the inundation for the season. When crocodiles seized people, they were thought to be carrying out the vengeance of the gods or the decrees of fate. Powerful magicians were fabled to be able to ride across the river on the backs of crocodiles.
The crocodile was associated with the holy number sixty – it was believed that the female carried her eggs for sixty days before she laid them, that the number of the eggs was sixty, that they took sixty days to hatch, that a crocodile had sixty vertebrae in its spine, and sixty nerves, and sixty teeth in its mouth, that its life was sixty years, that its annual period of winter fasting was sixty days, etc.
Crocodiles were strongly associated with the Nile god Sobek, who took the form of a crocodile. Crocodile eggs were incubated in mounds of sand in special nurseries, and the resulting small Sobeks were carefully reared. Herodotus visited a city dedicated to Sobek and wrote: "The City of Crocodiles is more amazing than the Pyramids. It has twelve covered courtyards surrounded by a huge wall. There are three thousand rooms, half of which are underground. They are built of fine stone and decorated with beautiful figures, and it is hard to believe that men built them."
Sacred crocodiles, called the petsuchos, were kept in temple pools. Considered to be the living incarnation of the god Sobek, these crocodiles were ornamented with gold and glass jewelry on their heads and bracelets on their forefeet, and hand-fed roasted fish, beef, geese, cakes, milk, and wine by priests.
Pilgrims flocked to Sobek’s temples to help feed the sacred crocodiles; it was considered a sign of benevolence if the crocodiles accepted food from the pilgrim. Aelian reported an ominous augury of one of the sacred crocodiles: "Ptolemy was calling to the tamest of the crocodiles, but it paid him no attention and would not accept the food he offered. And the priests realized that the crocodile knew that Ptolemy's end was approaching . . ."
Because they were held as holy, crocodiles were mummified and buried in special cemeteries when they died. Over 10,000 mummified crocodiles have been found, one of them more than 17 feet long. One animal was surrounded by fifty tiny crocodiles that had just left the egg, possibly the crocodile's brood. They were arranged in a little army, marching toward the head of the mummy. Baby crocodiles that had died were sometimes placed within a mummified adult's mouth, echoing the way mother crocodiles carry their young to the water.
According to Herodotus, those killed by crocodiles enjoyed a special status: "Whenever anyone, either of the Egyptians themselves or of strangers, is found to have been carried off by a crocodile, the people of any city by which he may have been cast up on land must embalm him and lay him out in the fairest way they can and bury him in a sacred burial-place, nor may any of his relations or friends besides touch him, but the priests of the Nile themselves handle the corpse and bury it as that of one who was something more than man."
The ancient Egyptians used the crocodile in war - as recorded by the 2nd century B.C.E. Greek historian Diodorus, the Egyptians filled the moats around a fort at Sile with crocodiles, and were probably as well protected as we are today by defensive weapons. The British Museum holds an ancient set of body armor and a helmet made out of crocodile skin, dated to the 3rd century C.E. It was most likely worn by priests or a pharaoh to absorb the animal's strength and power.

Crocodile hieroglyphic

Blue glass inlay of a crocodile head

Bronze crocodile etched in gold

Woman worshiping before a crocodile

Faience crocodile amulet

Bronze crocodile statue

Carnelian crocodile amulet

Crocodile in the Nile, with an Elephant Fish

Crocodile ring, made of gold and basalt

Amulet of twin crocodiles, made of faience

As a mother hippo gives birth, a crocodile waits to seize the baby

Crocodile mummies

Crocodile mummy mask made of wood and gold leaf

Armor made of crocodile skin

Crocodile Pictures, Part II!

Reptiles and Amphibians
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2021.11.28 20:36 birdistheworm Mod jazz, Afrobeat, surf, groove music: "YUNIKōN" by New Cool Collective (Dox Records)

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2021.11.28 20:36 KeiBaller Lost LUNA/KUJI using Terra Swap!?

I setup a terra wallet and transferred LUNA into it, then used Terra Swap to connect wallet and swap LUNA, and although the transaction said Complete it seems that the LUNA was swapped to KUJI and ended up in a wallet that is not mine. (I had to do a transaction lookup as its been a day and the funds still did not show up in my terra wallet)
How would this be possible using the Terra Swap?
Doesn't it just swap automatically using the one connected wallet address?
Is there a way to get the funds back?
Please help.
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2021.11.28 20:36 White_Mantra New teasers found on the official WB giphy page
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2021.11.28 20:36 b_rbg_rl Notify me

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2021.11.28 20:36 loafobread20 Your shop

Did they get rid of the your shop I don’t remember when I noticed it but it’s out of league and valorant. I just want my Zoe skins ;(
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2021.11.28 20:36 Siiickhead111 INHUMAN (PROD. CGONTHEBEAT 37)

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2021.11.28 20:36 Truth__Machine Dr. Wright doesn't really owe anything to anyone. He's Satoshi and the reason #Bitcoin exists. He doesn't owe bag pumps, segwit dumps, key signings, or to move coins. He did deliver though, 2GB blocks and re-enabled opcodes/smart contracts. For that not one person can complain.

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