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Thistla: Some character just has to have these three dogs, and they are probably named after some gods or dieties and terrifying

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Richard Harmon RichardHarmon The 100 Bates Motel Continuum If I Had Wings Evangeline The Wishing Tree Grave Encounters 2 Rufus The Killing Judas Kiss Caprica Percy Jackson Love Hot CW John Murphy

Richard Harmon RichardHarmon The 100 Bates Motel Continuum If I Had Wings Evangeline The Wishing Tree Grave Encounters 2 Rufus The Killing Judas Kiss Caprica Percy Jackson Love Hot CW John Murphy In Their Own Hands

Richard Harmon RichardHarmon The 100 Bates Motel Continuum If I Had Wings Evangeline The Wishing Tree Grave Encounters 2 Rufus The Killing Judas Kiss Caprica Percy Jackson Love Hot CW John Murphy In Their Own Hands

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Cayamo 2017 - Rufus Wainwright - Who Knows Where the Time Goes - YouTube

https://flic.kr/p/57C34r | Westminster Hall - ceiling | Westminster Hall is the oldest remaining part of the Houses of Parliament, with its walls being erected in 1097 in the reign of William Rufus. The roof was originally supported by two rows of pillars, but by 1399 Richard II wanted to make the Hall more impressive by building an unsupported roof. This great challenge was met by carpenter Hugh Herland and architect Henry Yevele. They solved the problem by building huge hammer shaped oak…

https://flic.kr/p/57C34r | Westminster Hall - ceiling | Westminster Hall is the oldest remaining part of the Houses of Parliament, with its walls being erected in 1097 in the reign of William Rufus. The roof was originally supported by two rows of pillars, but by 1399 Richard II wanted to make the Hall more impressive by building an unsupported roof. This great challenge was met by carpenter Hugh Herland and architect Henry Yevele. They solved the problem by building huge hammer shaped oak…

Richard Harmon RichardHarmon The 100 Bates Motel Continuum If I Had Wings Evangeline The Wishing Tree Grave Encounters 2 Rufus The Killing Judas Kiss Caprica Percy Jackson Love Hot CW John Murphy In Their Own Hands

Richard Harmon RichardHarmon The 100 Bates Motel Continuum If I Had Wings Evangeline The Wishing Tree Grave Encounters 2 Rufus The Killing Judas Kiss Caprica Percy Jackson Love Hot CW John Murphy In Their Own Hands

https://flic.kr/p/57C34B | Westminster Hall - ceiling | Westminster Hall is the oldest remaining part of the Houses of Parliament, with its walls being erected in 1097 in the reign of William Rufus. The roof was originally supported by two rows of pillars, but by 1399 Richard II wanted to make the Hall more impressive by building an unsupported roof. This great challenge was met by carpenter Hugh Herland and architect Henry Yevele. They solved the problem by building huge hammer shaped oak…

https://flic.kr/p/57C34B | Westminster Hall - ceiling | Westminster Hall is the oldest remaining part of the Houses of Parliament, with its walls being erected in 1097 in the reign of William Rufus. The roof was originally supported by two rows of pillars, but by 1399 Richard II wanted to make the Hall more impressive by building an unsupported roof. This great challenge was met by carpenter Hugh Herland and architect Henry Yevele. They solved the problem by building huge hammer shaped oak…

https://flic.kr/p/57C34i | Westminster Hall - ceiling | Westminster Hall is the oldest remaining part of the Houses of Parliament, with its walls being erected in 1097 in the reign of William Rufus. The roof was originally supported by two rows of pillars, but by 1399 Richard II wanted to make the Hall more impressive by building an unsupported roof. This great challenge was met by carpenter Hugh Herland and architect Henry Yevele. They solved the problem by building huge hammer shaped oak…

https://flic.kr/p/57C34i | Westminster Hall - ceiling | Westminster Hall is the oldest remaining part of the Houses of Parliament, with its walls being erected in 1097 in the reign of William Rufus. The roof was originally supported by two rows of pillars, but by 1399 Richard II wanted to make the Hall more impressive by building an unsupported roof. This great challenge was met by carpenter Hugh Herland and architect Henry Yevele. They solved the problem by building huge hammer shaped oak…

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