Kun Pocket Series

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Pappogeomys
... It contains the following species Alcorn's pocket gopher (Pappogeomys alcorni) Buller's pocket gopher (Pappogeomys bulleri) Extant species of family Geomyidae Kingdom Animalia ... castanops) Smoky pocket gopher (C ... fumosus) Merriam's pocket gopher (C ...
Danny Di Liberto
... as a commentator for Accu-Stats, DiLiberto is an active member of the pocket billiards community ... He was elected into the One Pocket Hall of Fame in 2004 for his "outstanding contribution to the legacy of the game of one pocket" ...
Atsumare! Power Pro Kun No DS Koushien
... Atsumare! Power Pro Kun no DS Koushien (あつまれ!パワプロクンのDS甲子園?) is an role-playing video game baseball game for the Nintendo DS ... from Konami developing the Jikkyō Powerful Pro Yakyū series and Power Pro Kun Pocket series, and it is treated as the sequel of Power Pocket Koushien ... It is not treated as a title from the Jikkyō Powerful Pro Yakyū series nor the Power Pro Kun Pocket series, even its presequel was a Power Pro Kun Pocket series entry ...
Pocket - Types
... A watch pocket is a small pocket designed to hold a pocket watch, sometimes found in men's trousers and waistcoats and in traditional blue jeans ... A besom pocket is a pocket cut into a garment instead of being sewn on ... These pockets often have reinforced piping along the slit of the pocket, appearing perhaps as an extra piece of fabric or stitching ...
Plains Pocket Gopher
... The plains pocket gopher (Geomys bursarius) is one of thirty-five species of pocket gopher, so named in reference to their externally located, fur-lined cheek pouches ... Pocket gophers are the most highly fossorial rodents found in North America ...

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    Autobiography is only to be trusted when it reveals something disgraceful. A man who gives a good account of himself is probably lying, since any life when viewed from the inside is simply a series of defeats.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

    The stabbing horror of life is not contained in calamities and disasters, because these things wake one up and one gets very familiar and intimate with them and finally they become tame again.... No, it is more like being in a hotel room in Hoboken let us say, and just enough money in one’s pocket for another meal.
    Henry Miller (1891–1980)