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This snake is a constrictor. Diurnal except in hot weather. A good climber and burrower. It may vibrate its tail rapidly if threatened; in dry grass or leaves the resulting sound resembles that of a rattlesnake. This reaction has led to the legend that bull snakes and rattlers can interbreed, thus producing a vicious cross that can either poison or constrict its prey. This is pure fable.

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Old Fashioned Steam Train at Golden Spike National Historic Site, Great Basin, Utah

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wayne from uxbridge this contemporary styled wall hung basin looks great along side the double ended bath. #VPShareYourStyle

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Old Fashioned Steam Train at Golden Spike National Historic Site, Great Basin, Utah

Old Fashioned Steam Train at Golden Spike National Historic Site, Great Basin, Utah $30

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 13 February 2013

Photographer Thomas O'Brien captured this self-portrait under the Milky Way at Great Basin National Park in Nevada

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Saint Stephen I (Hungarian: I. (Szent) István) (Latin: Sanctus Stephanus) (Esztergom, 967/969/975 – 15 August 1038, Esztergom-Szentkirály[1][2][3] or Székesfehérvár, Hungary), born Vajk, was Grand Prince of the Hungarians (997–1000) and the first King of Hungary (1000–1038). He greatly expanded Hungarian control over the Carpathian Basin during his lifetime, broadly established Christianity in the region, and is generally considered to be the founder of the Kingdom of Hungary. Pope Gregory…

Saint Stephen I (Hungarian: I. (Szent) István) (Latin: Sanctus Stephanus) (Esztergom, 967/969/975 – 15 August 1038, Esztergom-Szentkirály[1][2][3] or Székesfehérvár, Hungary), born Vajk, was Grand Prince of the Hungarians (997–1000) and the first King of Hungary (1000–1038). He greatly expanded Hungarian control over the Carpathian Basin during his lifetime, broadly established Christianity in the region, and is generally considered to be the founder of the Kingdom of Hungary. Pope Gregory…

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Medieval slavic tribes around 800 CE before Vikings, Magyars, Pechenegs invaded. Tribes included are Ilmen Slavs - (called "Slovenes" or "Slovenians" in some sources), Krivichs, Polochans, Radimichs, Vyatichs (called "Oka Basin Slavs" in some sources), Dregovichs, Volhynians, Drevlyans, Polans (eastern) (Polianians to avoid confusion with the Polans of Poland), Severians, Buzhans, Ulichs, Tiverians. Also included are Lendians and White Croats, who are not East Slavic, but in the area.

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