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2021.11.29 12:36 sony_m78 Drawing by © Heather Rooney Art.

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2021.11.29 12:36 inmoon تزریق با آنژیوکت واسکالپ

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2021.11.29 12:36 liveinleg Account sale!!!!

East eu; player level 130; district level 120
4000 silver coins
Assassin lvl 4; Hunter lvl 4; Fire mage lvl 3; Rogue lvl 3; Bandit lvl 3; Druid lvl 3; Witch doctor class as well.
2 lvl 4 mounts (golden boar and fox) built for pvp.
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12 assassin sets; 7 mage sets; fire daggers; fire bows; dragon weapons of all kinds and regular very rare weapons of all types.
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2021.11.29 12:36 ZXZQ195 I have made the funny

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2021.11.29 12:36 itsyahboichris Anyone with an autoimmune disease or a disease that would affect your gay life style?

I have Ankylosing Spondylitis, a form of Athritis in my back which affects my ability to stretch out my back which means I literally cannot arch my back like most bottom Twinks do when they have sex. (Which is why I mainly too). I also get really bad inflammation which has virtually affected the way I walk, move and run. It sucks. I was curious if anyone in this gay community also suffered from something that affected your lifestyle.
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2021.11.29 12:36 Top_Location Economic Report: Pending home sales surge higher in October — will the new COVID variant trip up the real-estate market?

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2021.11.29 12:36 Nyderrarith My dog just shat on my carpet

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2021.11.29 12:36 Top_Location : Cyber Monday poised to be the biggest online shopping day of the year, but may still fall short of last year’s total

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2021.11.29 12:36 knockouts_divison Tylene Buck is always looking great

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2021.11.29 12:36 USS-William-D-Porter How often does Sunglass Hut have sales?

I know they are having a decent sale for Black Friday/Cyber Monday. I purchased a pair but in case I don’t like them, want to return them and wait for the next sale. So, do they do sales like this with any decent frequency?
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2021.11.29 12:36 partypastor Reached People Group of the Year - Irish of Ireland

Every year I do a reached people group around thanksgiving, to be thankful for the work our Lord has done through missionaries and pastors around the world. I wanted to do it last week but the weeks busyness got on top of me. Meet the Irish of Ireland. Yes, I do realize that today, European peoples are less and less Christian, however, they are reached and for a time were the dominant Christian peoples of our world. So today, we celebrate that the Gospel reached Ireland and took hold of the country.
Do not use this as a place to argue about Catholicism.
Region: Ireland https://preview.redd.it/o895pylxtj281.png?width=340&format=png&auto=webp&s=59411864c5370f885110e0ec9b07a86642630ce4
Index Ranking (Urgency): 157
Climate: The island's lush vegetation, a product of its mild climate and frequent rainfall, earns it the sobriquet the Emerald Isle. Overall, Ireland has a mild but changeable oceanic climate with few extremes. The climate is typically insular and temperate, avoiding the extremes in temperature of many other areas in the world at similar latitudes. This is a result of the moist winds which ordinarily prevail from the southwestern Atlantic.
Precipitation falls throughout the year but is light overall, particularly in the east. The west tends to be wetter on average and prone to Atlantic storms, especially in the late autumn and winter months. These occasionally bring destructive winds and higher total rainfall to these areas, as well as sometimes snow and hail. The regions of north County Galway and east County Mayo have the highest incidents of recorded lightning annually for the island, with lightning occurring approximately five to ten days per year in these areas. Munster, in the south, records the least snow whereas Ulster, in the north, records the most.
Inland areas are warmer in summer and colder in winter. Usually around 40 days of the year are below freezing 0 °C (32 °F) at inland weather stations, compared to 10 days at coastal stations. Ireland is sometimes affected by heatwaves, most recently in 1995, 2003, 2006, 2013 and 2018. In common with the rest of Europe, Ireland experienced unusually cold weather during the winter of 2010-11. Temperatures fell as low as −17.2 °C (1 °F) in County Mayo on 20 December and up to a metre (3 ft) of snow fell in mountainous areas.
Terrain: A ring of coastal mountains surround low plains at the centre of the island. The highest of these is Carrauntoohil (Irish: Corrán Tuathail) in County Kerry, which rises to 1,038 m (3,406 ft) above sea level. The most arable land lies in the province of Leinster. Western areas are mainly mountainous and rocky with green panoramic vistas. River Shannon, the island's longest river at 386 km (240 mi) long, rises in County Cavan in the north west and flows through Limerick in the mid west.
Environmental Issues: Climate disruption, chemical exposure, and underinvestment in drinking water and wastewater treatment infrastructure are risks to our environment and our health.
Languages: The two official languages of the Republic of Ireland are Irish and English. Each language has produced noteworthy literature. Irish, though now only the language of a minority, was the vernacular of the Irish people for thousands of years and was possibly introduced during the Iron Age. It began to be written down after Christianisation in the 5th century and spread to Scotland and the Isle of Man, where it evolved into the Scottish Gaelic and Manx languages respectively.
Government Type: Unitary parliamentary republic
People: Irish of Ireland https://preview.redd.it/mygtn84f0k281.png?width=200&format=png&auto=webp&s=edff29d007d4cb73503e345b166ca7e810b28238
Population: 4,083,000
Beliefs: The Irish are 95% Christian. Much of that is nominal, however, they luckily have the Gospel in their grasp when they want to seek for it.
Christianity was established in Ireland by Patrick in the 5th Century AD; the island’s culture has until recently been heavily influenced by Roman Catholicism and, to a lesser extent, Protestantism after the Reformation. The majority of Irish people describe their religious identity as Roman Catholic although due to the rapid rise of secularism, many have only a nominal faith. Irish Protestants attend or are affiliated to a range of churches, from long-established denominations – e.g. Church of Ireland (Anglican), Presbyterian and Methodist – to more recently formed independent fellowships.
History: The earliest written records of Ireland come from classical Greco-Roman geographers. Ptolemy in his Almagest refers to Ireland as Mikra Brettania ("Little Britain"), in contrast to the larger island, which he called Megale Brettania ("Great Britain"). In his later work, Geography, Ptolemy refers to Ireland as Iouernia and to Great Britain as Albion. These 'new' names were likely to have been the local names for the islands at the time. The earlier names, in contrast, were likely to have been coined before direct contact with local peoples was made.
The Romans referred to Ireland by this name too in its Latinised form, Hibernia, or Scotia. Ptolemy records sixteen nations inhabiting every part of Ireland in 100 AD. The relationship between the Roman Empire and the kingdoms of ancient Ireland is unclear. However, a number of finds of Roman coins have been made, for example at the Iron Age settlement of Freestone Hill near Gowran and Newgrange.
Ireland continued as a patchwork of rival kingdoms; however, beginning in the 7th century, a concept of national kingship gradually became articulated through the concept of a High King of Ireland. Medieval Irish literature portrays an almost unbroken sequence of high kings stretching back thousands of years, but modern historians believe the scheme was constructed in the 8th century to justify the status of powerful political groupings by projecting the origins of their rule into the remote past.
All of the Irish kingdoms had their own kings but were nominally subject to the high king. The high king was drawn from the ranks of the provincial kings and ruled also the royal kingdom of Meath, with a ceremonial capital at the Hill of Tara. The concept did not become a political reality until the Viking Age and even then was not a consistent one. Ireland did have a culturally unifying rule of law: the early written judicial system, the Brehon Laws, administered by a professional class of jurists known as the brehons.
The Chronicle of Ireland records that in 431, Bishop Palladius arrived in Ireland on a mission from Pope Celestine I to minister to the Irish "already believing in Christ". The same chronicle records that Saint Patrick, Ireland's best known patron saint, arrived the following year. There is continued debate over the missions of Palladius and Patrick, but the consensus is that they both took place and that the older druid tradition collapsed in the face of the new religion. Irish Christian scholars excelled in the study of Latin and Greek learning and Christian theology. In the monastic culture that followed the Christianisation of Ireland, Latin and Greek learning was preserved in Ireland during the Early Middle Ages in contrast to elsewhere in Western Europe, where the Dark Ages followed the Fall of the Western Roman Empire.
What comes next was a history of oppression from the tyrant English.
On 1 May 1169, an expedition of Cambro-Norman knights, with an army of about 600 men, landed at Bannow Strand in present-day County Wexford. It was led by Richard de Clare, known as 'Strongbow' owing to his prowess as an archer. The invasion, which coincided with a period of renewed Norman expansion, was at the invitation of Dermot Mac Murrough, King of Leinster.
In 1166, Mac Murrough had fled to Anjou, France, following a war involving Tighearnán Ua Ruairc, of Breifne, and sought the assistance of the Angevin King Henry II, in recapturing his kingdom. In 1171, Henry arrived in Ireland in order to review the general progress of the expedition. He wanted to re-exert royal authority over the invasion which was expanding beyond his control. Henry successfully re-imposed his authority over Strongbow and the Cambro-Norman warlords and persuaded many of the Irish kings to accept him as their overlord, an arrangement confirmed in the 1175 Treaty of Windsor.
The invasion was legitimised by the provisions of the Papal Bull Laudabiliter, issued by an Englishman, Adrian IV, in 1155. The bull encouraged Henry to take control in Ireland in order to oversee the financial and administrative reorganisation of the Irish Church and its integration into the Roman Church system. Some restructuring had already begun at the ecclesiastical level following the Synod of Kells in 1152. There has been significant controversy regarding the authenticity of Laudabiliter, and there is no general agreement as to whether the bull was genuine or a forgery.
Over the century that followed, Norman feudal law gradually replaced the Gaelic Brehon Law so that by the late 13th century the Norman-Irish had established a feudal system throughout much of Ireland. Norman settlements were characterized by the establishment of baronies, manors, towns and the seeds of the modern county system. A version of the Magna Carta (the Great Charter of Ireland), substituting Dublin for London and the Irish Church for, the English church at the time, the Catholic Church, was published in 1216 and the Parliament of Ireland was founded in 1297.
From the mid-14th century, after the Black Death, Norman settlements in Ireland went into a period of decline. The Norman rulers and the Gaelic Irish elites intermarried and the areas under Norman rule became Gaelicized. In some parts, a hybrid Hiberno-Norman culture emerged. In response, the Irish parliament passed the Statutes of Kilkenny in 1367. These were a set of laws designed to prevent the assimilation of the Normans into Irish society by requiring English subjects in Ireland to speak English, follow English customs and abide by English law.
By the end of the 15th century, central English authority in Ireland had all but disappeared, and a renewed Irish culture and language, albeit with Norman influences, was dominant again. English Crown control remained relatively unshaken in an amorphous foothold around Dublin known as The Pale, and under the provisions of Poynings' Law of 1494, the Irish Parliamentary legislation was subject to the approval of the English Privy Council.
The title of King of Ireland was re-created in 1542 by Henry VIII, the then King of England, of the Tudor dynasty. English rule was reinforced and expanded in Ireland during the latter part of the 16th century, leading to the Tudor conquest of Ireland. A near-complete conquest was achieved by the turn of the 17th century, following the Nine Years' War and the Flight of the Earls.
This control was consolidated during the wars and conflicts of the 17th century, including the English and Scottish colonisation in the Plantations of Ireland, the Wars of the Three Kingdoms and the Williamite War. Irish losses during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms (which, in Ireland, included the Irish Confederacy and the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland) are estimated to include 20,000 battlefield casualties. 200,000 civilians are estimated to have died as a result of a combination of war-related famine, displacement, guerrilla activity and pestilence throughout the war. A further 50,000 were sent into indentured servitude in the West Indies. Physician-general William Petty estimated that 504,000 Catholic Irish and 112,000 Protestant settlers died, and 100,000 people were transported, as a result of the war. If a prewar population of 1.5 million is assumed, this would mean that the population was reduced by almost half.
The religious struggles of the 17th century left a deep sectarian division in Ireland. Religious allegiance now determined the perception in law of loyalty to the Irish King and Parliament. After the passing of the Test Act 1672, and the victory of the forces of the dual monarchy of William and Mary over the Jacobites, Roman Catholics and nonconforming Protestant Dissenters were barred from sitting as members in the Irish Parliament. Under the emerging Penal Laws, Irish Roman Catholics and Dissenters were increasingly deprived of various and sundry civil rights even to the ownership of hereditary property. Additional regressive punitive legislation followed in 1703, 1709 and 1728. This completed a comprehensive systemic effort to materially disadvantage Roman Catholics and Protestant Dissenters, while enriching a new ruling class of Anglican conformists. The new Anglo-Irish ruling class became known as the Protestant Ascendancy.
The "Great Frost" struck Ireland and the rest of Europe between December 1739 and September 1741, after a decade of relatively mild winters. The winters destroyed stored crops of potatoes and other staples, and the poor summers severely damaged harvests. This resulted in the famine of 1740. An estimated 250,000 people (about one in eight of the population) died from the ensuing pestilence and disease. The Irish government halted export of corn and kept the army in quarters but did little more. Local gentry and charitable organizations provided relief but could do little to prevent the ensuing mortality.
In the aftermath of the famine, an increase in industrial production and a surge in trade brought a succession of construction booms. The population soared in the latter part of this century and the architectural legacy of Georgian Ireland was built. In 1782, Poynings' Law was repealed, giving Ireland legislative independence from Great Britain for the first time since 1495. The British government, however, still retained the right to nominate the government of Ireland without the consent of the Irish parliament.
In 1798, members of the Protestant Dissenter tradition (mainly Presbyterian) made common cause with Roman Catholics in a republican rebellion inspired and led by the Society of United Irishmen, with the aim of creating an independent Ireland. Despite assistance from France the rebellion was put down by British and Irish government and yeomanry forces. In 1800, the British and Irish parliaments both passed Acts of Union that, with effect from 1 January 1801, merged the Kingdom of Ireland and the Kingdom of Great Britain to create a United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The passage of the Act in the Irish Parliament was ultimately achieved with substantial majorities, having failed on the first attempt in 1799. According to contemporary documents and historical analysis, this was achieved through a considerable degree of bribery, with funding provided by the British Secret Service Office, and the awarding of peerages, places and honours to secure votes. Thus, the parliament in Ireland was abolished and replaced by a united parliament at Westminster in London, though resistance remained, as evidenced by Robert Emmet's failed Irish Rebellion of 1803.
The Great Famine of 1845–1851 devastated Ireland, as in those years Ireland's population fell by one-third. More than one million people died from starvation and disease, with an additional million people emigrating during the famine, mostly to the United States and Canada. In the century that followed, an economic depression caused by the famine resulted in a further million people emigrating. By the end of the decade, half of all immigration to the United States was from Ireland. The period of civil unrest that followed until the end of the 19th century is referred to as the Land War. Mass emigration became deeply entrenched and the population continued to decline until the mid-20th century. Immediately prior to the famine the population was recorded as 8.2 million by the 1841 census. The population has never returned to this level since. The population continued to fall until 1961; County Leitrim was the final Irish county to record a population increase post-famine, in 2006.
The 19th and early 20th centuries saw the rise of modern Irish nationalism, primarily among the Roman Catholic population. The pre-eminent Irish political figure after the Union was Daniel O'Connell. He was elected as Member of Parliament for Ennis in a surprise result and despite being unable to take his seat as a Roman Catholic. O'Connell spearheaded a vigorous campaign that was taken up by the Prime Minister, the Irish-born soldier and statesman, the Duke of Wellington. Steering the Catholic Relief Bill through Parliament, aided by future prime minister Robert Peel, Wellington prevailed upon a reluctant George IV to sign the Bill and proclaim it into law. George's father had opposed the plan of the earlier Prime Minister, Pitt the Younger, to introduce such a bill following the Union of 1801, fearing Catholic Emancipation to be in conflict with the Act of Settlement 1701.
In December 1921, the Anglo-Irish Treaty was concluded between the British government and representatives of the Second Dáil. It gave Ireland complete independence in its home affairs and practical independence for foreign policy, but an opt-out clause allowed Northern Ireland to remain within the United Kingdom, which (as expected) it immediately exercised. Additionally, Members of the Free State Parliament were required to swear an oath of allegiance to the Constitution of the Irish Free State and make a statement of faithfulness to the King. Disagreements over these provisions led to a split in the nationalist movement and a subsequent Irish Civil War between the new government of the Irish Free State and those opposed to the treaty, led by Éamon de Valera. The civil war officially ended in May 1923 when de Valera issued a cease-fire order.
The Irish Civil War (June 1922 – May 1923) was the consequence of the ratification of the Anglo-Irish Treaty and the creation of the Irish Free State. Anti-treaty forces, led by Éamon de Valera, objected to the fact that acceptance of the treaty abolished the Irish Republic of 1919 to which they had sworn loyalty, arguing in the face of public support for the settlement that the "people have no right to do wrong". They objected most to the fact that the state would remain part of the British Empire and that members of the Free State Parliament would have to swear what the Anti-treaty side saw as an oath of fidelity to the British King. Pro-treaty forces, led by Michael Collins, argued that the treaty gave "not the ultimate freedom that all nations aspire to and develop, but the freedom to achieve it".
At the start of the war, the Irish Republican Army (IRA) split into two opposing camps: a pro-treaty IRA and an anti-treaty IRA. The pro-treaty IRA disbanded and joined the new National Army. However, because the anti-treaty IRA lacked an effective command structure and because of the pro-treaty forces' defensive tactics throughout the war, Michael Collins and his pro-treaty forces were able to build up an army with many tens of thousands of World War I veterans from the 1922 disbanded Irish regiments of the British Army, capable of overwhelming the anti-treatyists. British supplies of artillery, aircraft, machine-guns and ammunition boosted pro-treaty forces, and the threat of a return of Crown forces to the Free State removed any doubts about the necessity of enforcing the treaty. Lack of public support for the anti-treaty forces (often called the Irregulars) and the determination of the government to overcome the Irregulars contributed significantly to their defeat.
During its first decade, the newly formed Irish Free State was governed by the victors of the civil war. When de Valera achieved power, he took advantage of the Statute of Westminster and political circumstances to build upon inroads to greater sovereignty made by the previous government. The oath was abolished and in 1937 a new constitution was adopted. This completed a process of gradual separation from the British Empire that governments had pursued since independence. However, it was not until 1949 that the state was declared, officially, to be the Republic of Ireland.
The state was neutral during World War II, but offered clandestine assistance to the Allies, particularly in the potential defense of Northern Ireland. Despite their country's neutrality, approximately 50,000 volunteers from independent Ireland joined the British forces during the war, four being awarded Victoria Crosses.
The German intelligence was also active in Ireland. Its operations ended in September 1941 when police made arrests based on surveillance carried out on the key diplomatic legations in Dublin. To the authorities, counterintelligence was a fundamental line of defense. With a regular army of only slightly over seven thousand men at the start of the war, and with limited supplies of modern weapons, the state would have had great difficulty in defending itself from invasion from either side in the conflict.
Large-scale emigration marked most of the post-WWII period (particularly during the 1950s and 1980s), but beginning in 1987 the economy improved, and the 1990s saw the beginning of substantial economic growth. This period of growth became known as the Celtic Tiger. The Republic's real GDP grew by an average of 9.6% per annum between 1995 and 1999, in which year the Republic joined the euro. In 2000, it was the sixth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita. Historian R. F. Foster argues the cause was a combination of a new sense of initiative and the entry of American corporations. He concludes the chief factors were low taxation, pro-business regulatory policies, and a young, tech-savvy workforce. For many multinationals, the decision to do business in Ireland was made easier still by generous incentives from the Industrial Development Authority. In addition European Union membership was helpful, giving the country lucrative access to markets that it had previously reached only through the United Kingdom, and pumping huge subsidies and investment capital into the Irish economy.
Modernization brought secularization in its wake. The traditionally high levels of religiosity have sharply declined. Foster points to three factors: First, Irish feminism, largely imported from America with liberal stances on contraception, abortion and divorce, undermined the authority of bishops and priests. Second, the mishandling of the pedophile scandals humiliated the Church, whose bishops seemed less concerned with the victims and more concerned with covering up for errant priests. Third, prosperity brought hedonism and materialism that undercut the ideals of saintly poverty.
Northern Ireland resulted from the division of the United Kingdom by the Government of Ireland Act 1920, and until 1972 was a self-governing jurisdiction within the United Kingdom with its own parliament and prime minister. Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom, was not neutral during the Second World War, and Belfast suffered four bombing raids in 1941. Conscription was not extended to Northern Ireland, and roughly an equal number volunteered from Northern Ireland as volunteered from the south.
Culture: Typical qualification that all people groups can't be summed up in small paragraphs and this is an over generalization.
Ireland's culture comprises elements of the culture of ancient peoples, later immigrant and broadcast cultural influences (chiefly Gaelic culture, Anglicization, Americanization and aspects of broader European culture). In broad terms, Ireland is regarded as one of the Celtic nations of Europe, alongside Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Isle of Man and Brittany. This combination of cultural influences is visible in the intricate designs termed Irish interlace or Celtic knotwork. These can be seen in the ornamentation of medieval religious and secular works. The style is still popular today in jewelry and graphic art, as is the distinctive style of traditional Irish music and dance, and has become indicative of modern "Celtic" culture in general.
Religion has played a significant role in the cultural life of the island since ancient times (and since the 17th century plantations, has been the focus of political identity and divisions on the island). Ireland's pre-Christian heritage fused with the Celtic Church following the missions of Saint Patrick in the 5th century. The Hiberno-Scottish missions, begun by the Irish monk Saint Columba, spread the Irish vision of Christianity to pagan England and the Frankish Empire. These missions brought written language to an illiterate population of Europe during the Dark Ages that followed the fall of Rome, earning Ireland the sobriquet, "the island of saints and scholars".
Since the 20th century Irish pubs worldwide have become outposts of Irish culture, especially those with a full range of cultural and gastronomic offerings.
Prayer Request:

Brothers, my heart’s desire and prayer to God for them is that they may be saved. (Romans 10:1)
Here are the previous weeks threads on the UPG of the Week for Reformed
People Group Country Continent Date Posted Beliefs
Irish (Reached) Ireland Europe 11/29/2021 Christian*
Gheg Albanians Kosovo Europe 11/15/2021 Islam
Ryukyuan Japan Asia 11/08/2021 Animism
Vadoma Zimbabwe Africa 11/01/2021 Animism
Orang Negeri Minangkabau Malaysia Asia 10/25/2021 Islam
Brunei Malay Brunei Asia 10/18/2021 Islam
Crimean Tatars Ukraine* Europe* 10/11/2021 Islam
Khmer Cambodia Asia 10/04/2021 Buddhism
Muong Vietnam Asia 09/27/2021 Animsim
Afar Djibouti Africa 09/20/2021 Islam
Ngalong Bhutan Asia 09/13/2021 Buddhism*
Tajik Afghanistan Asia 09/06/2021 Islam
Pashayi Afghanistan Asia 08/30/2021 Islam
Hazara Afghanistan Asia 08/23/2021 Islam
Pashtun Afghanistan Asia 08/16/2021 Islam
Saharawi Western Sahara Africa 08/09/2021 Islam
Hijazi Arabs Saudi Arabia Asia 08/02/2021 Islam
Azerbaijani Azerbaijan Asia 07/26/2021 Islam
Shaikh India Asia 07/19/2021 Islam
Druze Lebanon Asia 07/12/2021 Druze
Eastern Aleut Russia Asia 06/28/2021 Animism
Al-Muhamasheen Yemen Asia 06/21/2021 Islam
Koreans North Korea Asia 06/14/2021 Nonreligious
Palestinians Israel Asia 06/07/2021 Islam
Kumyk Turkey Asia 05/31/2021 Islam
Tujia China Asia 05/24/2021 Animism
Jebala Morocco Africa 05/17/2021 Islam
Pashtun Pakistan Asia 05/10/2021 Islam
Salar China Asia 05/03/2021 Islam
Algerians Algeria Africa 04/26/2021 Islam
Sasak Indonesia Asia 04/19/2021 Islam
Senoufo Mali Africa 04/12/2021 Islam/Animism
Drukpa Bhutan Asia 04/05/2021 Buddhism
Adi Dravida India Asia 03/29/2021 Hinduism
Northern Khmer Thailand Asia 03/22/2021 Buddhism
Balinese Indonesia Asia 03/15/2021 Hinduism
Central Kurd Iraq Asia 03/08/2021 Islam
Brahmin Hill Nepal Asia 03/01/2021 Hinduism
Bosniaks Bosnia Europe 02/22/2021 Islam
Guhayna Sudan Africa 02/15/2021 Islam
Laz Georgia Europe 02/08/2021 Islam
Bambara Mali Africa 02/01/2021 Islam/Animism
Darkhad Mongolia Asia 01/25/2021 Animism
South Ucayali Asheninka Peru South America 01/18/2021 Animism
Moroccan Arabs Morocco Africa 01/11/2021 Islam
Gulf Bedouin United Arab Emirates Asia 01/04/2021 Islam
Sinhalese Australia Oceania 12/28/2020 Buddhism
Rohingya Myanmar Asia 12/21/2020 Islam
Bosniak Slovenia Europe 12/14/2020 Islam
Palestinian Arabs West Bank Asia 12/07/2020 Islam
Larke Nepal Asia 11/30/2020 Buddhist
Korean (Reached People Group) South Korea Asia 11/23/2020 Christian
Qashqa'i Iran Asia 11/16/2020 Islam
Saaroa Taiwan Asia 11/02/2020 Animism (?)
Urdu Ireland Europe 10/26/2020 Islam
Wolof Senegal Africa 10/19/2020 Islam
Turkish Cypriot Cyprus Europe 10/12/2020 Islam
Awjilah Libya Africa 10/05/2020 Islam
Manihar India Asia 09/28/2020 Islam
Tianba China Asia 09/21/2020 Animism
Arab Qatar Asia 09/14/2020 Islam
Turkmen Turkmenistan Asia 08/31/2020 Islam
Lyuli Uzbekistan Asia 08/24/2020 Islam
Kyrgyz Kyrgyzstan Asia 08/17/2020 Islam*
Yakut Russia Asia 08/10/2020 Animism*
Northern Katang Laos Asia 08/03/2020 Animism
Uyghur Kazakhstan Asia 07/27/2020 Islam
Syrian (Levant Arabs) Syria Asia 07/20/2020 Islam
Teda Chad Africa 07/06/2020 Islam
Kotokoli Togo Africa 06/28/2020 Islam
Hobyot Oman Asia 06/22/2020 Islam
Moor Sri Lanka Asia 06/15/2020 Islam
Shaikh Bangladesh Asia 06/08/2020 Islam
Khalka Mongols Mongolia Asia 06/01/2020 Animism
Comorian France Europe 05/18/2020 Islam
Bedouin Jordan Asia 05/11/2020 Islam
Muslim Thai Thailand Asia 05/04/2020 Islam
Nubian Uganda Africa 04/27/2020 Islam
Kraol Cambodia Asia 04/20/2020 Animism
Tay Vietnam Asia 04/13/2020 Animism
Yoruk Turkey Asia 04/06/2020 Islam
Xiaoliangshn Nosu China Asia 03/30/2020 Animism
Jat (Muslim) Pakistan Asia 03/23/2020 Islam
Beja Bedawi Egypt Africa 03/16/2020 Islam
Lisu (Reached People Group) China Asia 11/27/2019 Christian
As always, if you have experience in this country or with this people group, feel free to comment or let me know and I will happily edit it so that we can better pray for these peoples!
Here is a list of definitions in case you wonder what exactly I mean by words like "Unreached".
Here is a list of missions organizations that reach out to the world to do missions for the Glory of God.
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2021.11.29 12:36 Peachesandcreampie13 F25 😇

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2021.11.29 12:36 chritty Tips for new player progressing after normal?

Hey guys, fairly new Diablo 2 player here. I just finished normal difficulty running a bone spear necro.
The damage seemed okay but I was chugging mana potions non stop. Besides crafting Stealth armor and Pledge shield my gear is basically worthless. I did create a +3 bone spear wand in the cube, however, which seemed nice.
What should I be doing to progress my gear to continue in Nightmare difficulty? Is there a better build I can switch to or do I just need to farm something?
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2021.11.29 12:36 DandyShandy1975 Watch 👍 Setting Goals To Achieve Your Dreams Thanks Appreciated

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2021.11.29 12:36 afagnano I'm opening up an Italian food truck down here in Columbus! We're opening early 2022. Follow our Instagram for updates! @ciaoeaterycbus

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2021.11.29 12:36 Embarrassed_Volume73 󠀀󠀀

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2021.11.29 12:36 lmartins06 LF: Hoopa Confined or Unbound. FT: Shiny Zamazenta code.

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2021.11.29 12:36 oranke_dino Going to have good ol' wank, starterpack:

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2021.11.29 12:36 SendMeYourSmyle New car, totalled after someone went from 60-0 on the highway. They attempted to flee. No matter how safe you are, there is always that one chance. Be careful these holiday seasons

New car, totalled after someone went from 60-0 on the highway. They attempted to flee. No matter how safe you are, there is always that one chance. Be careful these holiday seasons submitted by SendMeYourSmyle to carcrash [link] [comments]

2021.11.29 12:36 Nosecondcakes Amazon charging more for my book than the set price?

Hey guys, I recently published an ebook to the amazon kindle store. I put the price at $2.99, but on the amazon us store, it costs $4.00 (even though my kdp account shows it costs $2.99). On all other stores the price is the same as i set. Anyone know why amazon is doing this? I've changed my location and it makes no difference to the price.
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2021.11.29 12:36 step6666 The allies land in force during operation Market Garden The Netherlands (1944)

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2021.11.29 12:36 Dear_Consideration72 Repost, original author doesn’t have enough karma

Hey Everyone. Just wanted your expertise in one things in the crypto world.
Im pretty new too the whole thing. And i have about 4 coins that im planning on holding with Dimon hand, as i believe in them long term.
Wanted too know where you go too find out about coins that haven't being released yet. How do you jump on bored with them, as i wanted to keep a eye out on some.
I understand this part is more just gambling witch im happy too do, but more, get in, get out, and take my quick money if i make some.
Cheeres in advance.
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2021.11.29 12:36 Top_Location Key Words: Hedge-fund investor who made $2.6 billion on pandemic trades says omicron could be bullish for stock market

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