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Wie liebt mein herz du schöne katze dich verbirg die kralle und steig zu mir auf schlankem bein in schönes augenpaar laß tauchen mich in diesen see aus blankem stahl und gelbem stein
Slik ei natt, daa milde vindar kysste ljuve tre so lindt at knapt dei susa, slik ei natt steig Troilus upp paa Troja-murane og sukka saali si til Greklands telt, der Kressida laag den natti.
Dann steig 'ich gewaffnet hervor aus mein Grab, --
Which is your favorite steig larsson novel? just finished reading girl with the dragon tattoo, enjoyed it? immensely! looking forward to girl who played with the fire and the 3rd book. en Español
There was no particular pattern to the nomenclature in the Wisconsin data, so I ended up reading all the files, collating the header lines and making a details file, which is available at A / data / steig / details. wisc.tab (details).
You can still get the incorrect data at GISS, who haven't changed their data yet (and I've saved a copy which I'll put online at A / data / steig.)
I was fairly determined to track down the provenance of the "other" Harry data and by this time, I'd downloaded all the Wisc data (collated at CA in data / steig / wisc. tab).
I only use it as "white out" for touch-ups with a brush. bobstaake when i USED to draw (i mean when i used to draw a LOT), the BEST white ink i ever came across was called pen-opake made by the fine folks at steig products in lakewood, nj. rumor had it they would grind up the bones of albino mice in their formula -- and that's what gave it that white-as-white quality. problem was, when you used it, you had this sudden craving for cheese. just did a search and apparently they don't make it any longer -- and all the art dorks (at the TOP of that list, the comic book dudes who draw the big bicep superheroes) are lamenting the fact.
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Last du mich deine Werke sehen, So sey mein Ruhmen stets von dir; Und find ich in der Welt nicht Ruh, So steig mein Schmen Hinmel zu. "
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