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Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

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Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

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Rehana Front
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-AZUL- Rehana pants /sakura
Slink Bare feet Mesh Shoes Base
-AZUL- Rehana top /sakura
Slink JP Feet Alpha
.:EMO-tions:. -braided tattoo / flames
Jade lips Black Silver stripe
Madrid Solo- Honey West Eyeliner
Mistress Mood Eyeshadow Cold Steel
-AZUL- Rehana bow(Spine)/sakura
-AZUL- Rehana bow+flower(Spine)/sakura
-AZUL- Rehana skirt(LegL) /sakura
-AZUL- Rehana skirt(LegR) /sakura
-AZUL- Rehana skirt(pelvis) /sakura
-AZUL- Rehana skirt(stomach) /sakura
.:EMO-tions:. * STRANGELOVE*/flames
EyeLashes! Swept Away EyeLashes un-boxed SM By AT
Slink Mesh Feet M (Rigged)
Dream’s Model Shape Base – Egoism (new)
-Glam Affair- Layla Dark – D Clean
-Glam Affair – Linn Eyebrows shape C
Evian – Eyes Green Dreams

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Monday, March 30th, 2015

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Nice Flower Tattoos photos

Monday, March 30th, 2015

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Checking FLF
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Manicure: * RezIpsa Loc * ~ Poison Apple Green Nails (gloves layer)
Eyelashes: Amacci – Eyelash Tattoo three
Shoes: *G Field* Flower Pumps &quotEve&quot -chocolate-
Bag: *MS Beaded flapper bag in brown
Hair: &gtTRUTH&lt Sassy two w/Roots – latte
Earrings: Bliensen + MaiTai – Aurora – Earring
Skirt: [Pink Outfitters] Aidan Pleated Skirt S – big apple red
Sweater: [Pink Outfitters] Capricorn Sweater S – black
Shape: Gidge ~Savoir Faire Shapes~
Skin: :Curio GP: Petal [Dark] Party Girl-Bubbly two
Eyes: Poetic Colors -classic – coral reef (m) vibrant
Poses: Status (except Green Screen shot)
Artwork – AE Meth
New Office Creating – Scarlet Inventive

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Saturday, March 28th, 2015

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Girl with flower tattoo please make contact with me I’d enjoy to do a shoot with you. frey5150@yahoo.com

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Thursday, March 26th, 2015

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Gorgeous floral anniversary henna for the beautiful S. #henna #nyhenna #floralhenna #hennatattoo #tattoo #hennagems #flowers #paisley #mehendi #mehndi #saturday #rain #anniversary #hennadesigns
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Thursday, March 26th, 2015

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Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

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very good tips for tattoos by julie walker at san francisco zine fest 2009
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It continues Sunday Aug 23 11 am to six pm

SF County Fair Developing
(formerly Hall of Flowers)
9th Ave. at Lincoln Way (in Golden Gate Park)

#Repost from @inktrip with @repostapp #tattoo #flower #rose #rosetattoo #inktrip #art #painting
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Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

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Image from web page 74 of “Indians and pioneers an historical reader for the young” (1897)
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Identifier: indianspioneersh00haza
Title: Indians and pioneers an historical reader for the young
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Hazard, Blanche Evans Dutton, Samuel Train, 1849-1919, ed
Subjects: Indians of North America
Publisher: New York, The Morse business
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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s : I was when early at herhouse, yt becoming sommertime, when she was layedwithout dores, under the shadowe of a 1)roadleaved tree, upon a pallett of osiers, spred overwith four or live fyne grey matts, herself coveredwith a fairc white drest deere skynne or two, andwhen she rose, she had a mayd who fctclit her afrontall [a forehead ornament] of white currall andpendants of great but imperfect couloured andworse drilled pearles, whi(di she put into her eares,and a chayne with lengthy lyncks of copper which

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Trottinu Wolf and Squaw. 62 INDIANS AND PIONEERS. they call Tjipoantaminais, and which came twice orthrice about her iiecke and they accoinpt a jollyornament, and confident as a result attired with some varietyof feathers and flowers stuck in their haires, theyseem as debonaire, quaynt, and properly pleased as adaughter of the home of Austria ])ehune [decked]with all her jewels likewise her mayd fetcht hera mantill produced of blue feathers so artificially andthick sewed tog-ither, that it seemed like a deepepurple satten, and is quite smooth and sleeke andafter she brought her water for her hands, and thena branch or twoo of fresh g-reene ashen leaves asfor a towell to dry them. PAINTING AND TATTOOING. The Indians did not maintain their skin sleek andsmooth to sliow the swarthy hue. They paintedthemselves in a lot of colors. To make these decor-ations the far more lasting, the patterns had been some-occasions pricked deepl} into the skin with thorns andtlie tliorn holes filled with paint, much like tlietattooing still

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Image from page 220 of “The practical book of oriental rugs” (1920)
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Identifier: cu31924014064749
Title: The practical book of oriental rugs
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Lewis, G. Griffin (George Griffin), b. 1865
Subjects: Rugs, Oriental
Publisher: Philadelphia &amp London, J.B. Lippincott firm
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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forming the Shah Abbas pattern. It also formsthe design and style recognized as the Knop and Flower byalternating with a closed bud. Some authoritiesclaim that it originated from the lotus. EussiAN Coat of Aems, see Coat of Arms,Eussian. S FoEMS, specifically repeated in the form of aborder, are extremely common in the Caucasian fabrics,specifically in the Kabistans and Shirvans. Also 128 KABISTAN RUG BT COUBTEST OF HABDWICK &amp MA6EE Company, FEnADELPBIA Bare antique of this swiftly vanishiag class of rugs from Caucasia. The tri-medallion effect is especially pleasing, -while scatteredover the ground with extraordinary ability and excellent taste there areirregular stripes, rosettes, the pear styles in decreased size, elongatedstars, tiny birds, ajumals and numerous other tiny and exciting figures. Notwithstanding the great outcomes achieved, it is difficultfor the printers art to reproduce the rare tints in this masterpiece.

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Designs AND THEIR SYMBOLISM r^-OCL^–SG^QP f onnd to some extent in the Turkish and Persianweaves. (See doubletone at p. 220.) Saeaband Bobdee Design, see Mir. Saedab.—Named following the Sardar Aziz Khan,who was at a single time governor of Azerbijan. Thisdesign consists of narrow leaf forms, which areconnected by vines and relieved by bold floralshapes. Very typically utilized in modern day fabrics,especially the big-sized ones. Saw-teeth, Eecepeocal, see Eeciprocal Saw-teeth. ScAEAB^us, see Beetle. ScBPTEE.—One of the most distinctive andfamous of the Mongolian patterns. ScoEPiON OE Spidbe.—Chinese, viciousness,poison. In India it is believed that if a scorpion creeps more than the body it causes leprosy and that ifone bears the tattooed image of a scorpion he isfree from leprosy as properly as from the bite of thatinsect. As a design and style it is fairly frequent in the 9 129 THE Practical BOOK OF ORIENTAL RUGS borders of Caucasian fabrics, especially theShirvans. Scroll.—One of the distinctive Mongolianpat

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Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

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Image from page 201 of “Castes and tribes of southern India. Assisted by K. Rangachari” (1909)
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Title: Castes and tribes of southern India. Assisted by K. Rangachari
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Thurston, Edgar, 1855-1935 Rangachari, K
Subjects: Caste — India Madras (Presidency) Ethnology — India Madras (Presidency) India — Social circumstances
Publisher: Madras Government Press
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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eysprinkle cow-dung on their houses and in the yard, whichfinally removes the defilement. Individuals in greater circum-stances make a feast of curry and rice for all present.The cow-dung is sprinkled with leafy twigs of the mangoor jak tree, or flower stalks of the areca palm. Theashes, after cremation, are said to be collected in a potor leaf, and thrown into the nearest stream or river. Anannual ceremony, in commemoration of ancestors, isheld, at which rice is boiled and provided up. The Kanikars, like the Irulas and Yanadis of theTamil and Telugu countries, do not belong to the pol-luting classes. Pulayans, Kuruvans, and Vedans arenot permitted to strategy them. The dietary of the jungle Kanikars consists of wildpigs, deer, porcupines, hares, monkeys, fowls, sheep andgoats, parakeets, doves, tortoises, fish, crabs, peacocks,tigers (said to taste like black monkey), owls, squirrels andfield rats, in addition to many vegetable merchandise of theforest. They will not consume beef or the flesh of bison.

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KANIKAR. 177 KANIKAR Some Kanikars are tattooed on the forehead with acrescent and dot, or a vertical stripe. The Kanikars say-that their ancestors wore a garment produced of jungle fibre,which has been replaced by a cotton loin-cloth. Bothmen and women, Mr. M. Ratnaswami Aiyar writes, put on on the neck many strings of red beads andrings created of shells, which hang down to the abdomenin the case of the ladies. The guys put on ear-rings ofbrass or silver. The women wear bangles of brass andiron, and a quantity of brass rings on the fingers. Themen bear suspended from a single of their shoulders a clothbag containing two or a lot more partitions, in which theykeep their vilangupetti or box containing betel, tobacco,and chunam. They carry, too, suspended from theshoulder, a cane basket wherein they spot their dayscrop of grain or roots, or any other meals obtained bythem. They attach to their waist-string or cloth abillhook and knife, and carry their bows and arrowsslung on their shoulders. Whenever the Ka

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