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Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

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  1. Thank you for the shinies and the fun time. 🤙 ☕ 😊 Here's a classic ....
  2. Thank you for a very fun activity, Emily (and everyone who helped put it on). It was great exploring the waters and searching for the Cup!
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  4. The Uralic (or Finno-Ugrian) family of languages is very ancient, as is Chinese. Unlike Chinese, though and other languages with sentences determined by syntactic roles, the order of words in sentences (in the Uralic ) are determined by pragmatic, discourse -driven factors.
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  8. Oh, look, giant kelp. I spy something whose name starts with a 'k'.
  9. Personal treasures of HOL Hogwarts? There is so much I could say - so many people I have met who are totally awesome. There are also some 'lessons' which took me a while to get, but finally I think maybe they too are being cracked. I went to a book to look for fewer words. Lo and behold, I found two things which encapsulate the many many words I have jumbling up in my head. Picture shows part of a book page. The focus is on these words: The bond that links your true famly is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life. Rarely do members of one family grow up under the same roof. Picture shows part of a book page. The focus is on these words: Live never to be ashamed if anything you do or say is published around the world -- even if what is published is not true.
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  11. A Ramora might be useful! Image shows a very large (extremely large) fish swimming around what appears to be a frigate (a sailing warship of a size and armament just below that of a ship of the line). The size of the fish is so large that the tail would be at 10 (on an analog watch face) and the head at about 6. The Ramora (according to Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander) is a silver fish found in the IndianOcean. Powerfully magical, it can anchor ships and is a guardian of seafarers. Such a fish, if visiting here, might be able to help us recover the Cup from the Giant Squid.
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