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Tolkien

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien January 3, 1892, Bloemfontein, Orange Republic - September 2, 1973 Bournemouth, England) - English writer, poet, philologist, professor at Oxford University. He is best known as the author of the classic works of "high fantasy": "The Hobbit, or There and Back", "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Silmarillion".
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Victor

The meaning of the name Victor in Latin means & 34; winner & 34;. Personality You can teach Vitya to play the violin, piano, but you will not be able to make a little Mozart out of him. He will invariably be attracted to books about spies and films about scouts. He is not a dreamer. He prefers something concrete, tangible.
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Flat feet

In our country, flat feet have long been considered a frivolous disease that allows you to roll away from the army. Interestingly, the very concept is wrong - the leg can never become completely flat, as well as the arch of the foot to disappear. Real flat feet is a rare congenital disease, often simply referred to as a leg with a low arch of the foot.
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An Apple

The apple is a multi-seeded fruit with a non-expanding fruit of a number of plants of the Rosaceae family. Apples are still found in the wild in their homeland - the modern territory of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. Their size, depending on the species, can vary from a small pea to a ball 15 centimeters in diameter.
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A tan

Sunburn is a darkening of human skin under the influence of ultraviolet radiation, as a result of which melanin pigment is excessively deposited in the surface layers. Sunburn develops gradually after repeated low-intensity irradiation. The most intense and persistent sunburn occurs after prolonged exposure to the sun, which often has a harmful effect on health (nervous, cardiovascular, etc.).
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