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“ Je suis née du langage.” | Mu-inthecity.com Mireio, Photo Fr. Mortie

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Prince Philip's mother, Her Royal Highness Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1885-1969) Alice of Battenberg

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Nefarious [ni-fair-ee-uh s] adjective wicked or villainous; iniquitous: a nefarious plot. Origin:Early century: from Latin nefarius, from nefas, nefar- 'wrong' (from ne- 'not' + fas 'divine law') + -ous.

Virginia Woolf | "She knew that something kept us from disintegrating. Woolf's art searched for whatever held us together. What she found was the self, the essential thing. Although the brain is just a loom of electric neurons, Woolf realized that the self makes us whole. The fragile source of our entity. The author of our consciousness."

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