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Old 28th Dec 2012, 08:27   #5141 (permalink)
 
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USURY : A charitable description for some of the loan rates charged by lenders who encourage the impoverished into greater debt.
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anima - the feminine inner personality, as present in the unconscious of the male. It is in contrast to the animus, which represents masculine characteristics. In Jungian psychology.





Actually I was thinking about why kids like to sleep on the mattresses on the floor (we did and all our kid-guests do or would like to), and then anima-films... and see where it takes you if you think .

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Well, you know, mike, if one is intelligent and educated and sophisticated and interesting and knows a few words, one can't help it, can she?
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Indeed they do and it used to be synthesised from natural sources but, alas, it is now entirely chemical. Oh well, back to the bindweed . . .
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Bindweed ie edible, but I'd rather have a bacon butty.
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