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romeo and juliet
that escalated quickly: the play
Picture: Julie Milne/The Mammal Society / Rex Features (via Pictures of the day: 21 February 2013 - Telegraph)
A lady as deadly as she was foxy, Lyudmila Pavlichenko killed 309 enemy soldiers for the Red Army during World War II, making her the most successful female sniper of all time. Upon voluntarily enlisting in the army, she declined to join as a nurse and instead requested to enlist as infantry, where despite being wounded in combat she eventually rose to the rank of Major. She was honored as a Hero of the Soviet Union and also received as a hero in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States, where she met President Roosevelt and was gifted a Colt automatic pistol.
While travelling in Antarctica, journalism student Melissa Brennan captured an intersection of a penguin highway.
Might be asking the kids that after break.
10 Rules for Students and Teachers (and Life) by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent