Probable Rare Immigrant

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Ştefan VI Rareş
... Ştefan Rareş (died 1 September 1552) was ruler of Moldavia in 1551 and 1552 ... Ştefan was a son of Petru Rareş and succeeded to the Moldavian throne on 11 June 1551 when his brother Ilie II Rareş was forced to abdicate by the Ottoman Empire ...
List Of Moths Of Great Britain (Noctuidae) - Subfamily Plusiinae
... Chrysodeixis chalcites Golden Twin-spot — immigrant import Chrysodeixis acuta Tunbridge Wells Gem — rare immigrant Ctenoplusia limbirena Scar Bank Gem — immigrant Ctenoplusia accentifera ...
List Of Moths Of Great Britain (Noctuidae) - Subfamily Amphipyrinae
... Underwing — south, central north Trachea atriplicis Orache Moth — rare immigrant (formerly resident) Euplexia lucipara Small Angle Shades — throughout Phlogophora meticulosa Angle Shades ...
Plymouth Pinelands
... left thick glacial deposits of sand and gravel, providing the geologic foundation for globally rare pine barrens ... This fire-adapted forest is home to a host of rare species found almost nowhere else in the world ... federally endangered Plymouth Redbelly Turtles and globally rare plant communities, these ponds are windows on the Plymouth/Carver Sole Source Aquifer - the largest drinking water aquifer ...
Rare, Live & Classic - Track Listing
... Baez (1977) The Joan Baez Country Music Album (1979) Joan Baez Classics (1986) Rare, Live Classic (1993) Best of Joan Baez The Millennium Collection (2000) The Complete A M Recordings (2003 ...

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    There is no such thing as a free lunch.

    An axiom from economics popular in the 1960s, the words have no known source, though have been dated to the 1840s, when they were used in saloons where snacks were offered to customers. Ascribed to an Italian immigrant outside Grand Central Station, New York, in Alistair Cooke’s America (epilogue, 1973)

    I have very lately read the Prince of Abyssinia [Samuel Johnson’s Rasselas]MI am almost equally charmed and shocked at it—the style, the sentiments are inimitable—but the subject is dreadful—and, handled as it is by Dr. Johnson, might make any young, perhaps old, person tremble—O heavens! how dreadful, how terrible it is to be told by a man of his genius and knowledge, in so affectingly probable a manner, that true, real happiness is ever unattainable in this world!
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    One can find women who have never had one love affair, but it is rare indeed to find any who have had only one.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)