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Libanius’ account of the loss of the standards and the punishment describes Julian going among the defeated scouts with only a couple of his bodyguards to exact the punishment in person, making an example “for all the other soldiers” (Or.18.229 30). The orator’s emphasis on Julian’s bravery for going among the troops with only a few bodyguards, combined with the statement that the emperor returned to his tent “having become more admirable” (Or.18.230), suggests that Julian successfully faced some sort of disturbance as a result of his punishment of the defeated soldiers. Ammianus may have elided not just a speech thanking the soldiers, but one in which Julian ordered the deaths of the ten men as an example against cowardice.

Designers we try and appeal to mass demographics; we try to style for all ages and to pick selections that aren too out there creatively, and yet are still on target for the trends. We also avoid strong bold colors since everyone taste is different. Our end goal is to provide a space that is inviting, and people can see themselves in the home for years to come.

Dandelions also thrived in our driveway and during this longest autumn, I found a dandelion blooming on Butterfly Loop on December 5. It too came over with the colonists who used it as a cleansing herb and pot herb. It probably originated in Asia Minor long before anyone thought to notice it because both the Greeks and the Romans cultivated it.

Only were concept and process discussed, but so, too, was inspiration. Shari Mendelson described what led her to producing vessels made of recycled plastic bottles. She pulled encyclopedic volumes of ancient Roman and Syrian glassware from her library, illustrating the direct inspiration for many of her pieces.

Why? What for? I mean it is not in our hand, you know, that to terrorism, to fight terrorism is not a pleasant experience, and they don care, he tells Morgan. Are really producers of death, and without any consideration. The clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 for the full interview with the president of one of the country involved in this increasingly deadly engagement.

Anyway, I remember the first time I dined at a Japanese Steak House. I had the grilled shrimp and fried rice, and the meal was served with this pale pink sauce concoction our chef referred to as “yum yum sauce.” At the time, I thought he was just being cutesy, but every Japanese Steak House I’ve ever been to calls it the same thing yum yum sauce. I’m sure somewhere there’s an official name for the stuff, but for now, that’s the best moniker I have..

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