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make up tips for asian girls
    make up
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
    asian
  • a native or inhabitant of Asia
  • A native of Asia or a person of Asian descent
  • (asia) the largest continent with 60% of the earth's population; it is joined to Europe on the west to form Eurasia; it is the site of some of the world's earliest civilizations
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Asia or the peoples of Asia or their languages or culture; "Asian countries"
    girls
  • (girl) a young woman; "a young lady of 18"
  • A female child
  • (girl) female child: a youthful female person; "the baby was a girl"; "the girls were just learning to ride a tricycle"
  • A person's daughter, esp. a young one
  • A young or relatively young woman
  • (girl) daughter: a female human offspring; "her daughter cared for her in her old age"
    tips
  • Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services
  • (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
  • Predict as likely to win or achieve something
  • (tip) gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)
  • (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
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Weaving, a handbook for fiber craftsmen, Shirley E. Feld, Iowa State University. p28 I copied it for the aryballus. I made a long note on this unguent bottle or whatever. I called it a 5th c bc Greek production but I guess I didn't read the caption. Maybe I'll move the notes over into this frame. They are mostly about the name "aryballus" and similar pots found in pre-Columbian Peru. 50. Woman Holding Aryballus, Sumerian, from Tello, c. 2100 B.C. Alabaster, height 7 5/8 inches. Louvre, Paris. I can't see any reason to include this in all this material about weaving and spinning. The text talks about "...tiers of fringe, cut and sewn to form a round neckline and a cape effect." and priests and kings who wore "...overlapping layers of fringe...in imitation of [more ancient] fur pelts..." but I still can't make much of it. I guess you've got to picture a kind of flapper's dress. Here are some notes on the aryballus: (I described a bunch of problems my monitors caused me as I worked on the draft from which I have copied this but didn't copy them here.) I'd say they are punishing me for the wet dream I had last night but they aren't doing anything unusual. O.K., I went over and got a lemonade and then came back and tried to get my lap top to work but it wouldn't They're sabotaging the click function again. I finally moved over into the multi-media area and got it to work marginally. I looked up a word I saw printed on a pic of a female figure holding a round terra cotta jar on her lap in a pose very similar to the one the Asian woman is holding in the big statue at the door to the gift shop across from where I have been eating grapefruit most days for the last little while. I guess I'll have to go back to the book and get a date. It is a Greek figure from around 500? bc. (boy o boy o boy) It calls the vase an "aryballus" and it's small and round like an olla but with a long relatively narrow neck with a flat flared rim? and a handle going from the rim to the shoulder. It is an unguent or oil jar used in the baths and can be found back to around 800 to 700 bc. The Asian woman must be holding a jar for amrita or some other kind of liquid ambrosia...can't think of the right word. It's almost 4:30 and I've spent most the time fighting with saboteurs. In tantric meditation, consorts are thought of as holding and dispensing the elixir of life. The tantric deities and adepts hold the elixir in a skull cup. A site I just went to calls this elixir "the "ambrosia of wisdom-bliss." Bliss is what you get when getting oned or when at one with all-being. Anyway, Avalokeshvara and other effiminate or downright feminine bhodissatva's are often shown with a ritual jar containing nectar of this kind. They are often shaped like slender lykethos which is another Greek oil jar but I just read those are for oil to anoint the dead and that the root of it's name is lethe so now I don't know what to think about it. Lekythoi produced with a white background are definitely funeral ware. Anyway, the pre-Columbian Peruvian jar has nothing to do with the Greek aryballus except that it is similar in shape and so was given the name by archeologists familiar with the Greek jar. It can be a few inches tall to a foot or two or three. It has a pointed bottom and two stubby handles on opposite sides toward base, well below the horizontal center line. Some sites says vendors carried them on their backs to dispense water or corn beer and others say they are water storage containers hung from the interior walls of dwellings. Authors agree that wherever they hang or whatever liquid they old, vessels of this kind were suspended by ropes or cords passing through the low slung handles in a way that allowed the vessel to be easily tipped and the liquid poured. So once I looked up that material and my lap top was still not working right, I came back to the guest computers to try to finish this. So far nobody is coughing at me or anything except the man next to me who coughed sharply a couple times right after I sat down and laughed aloud 2 or 3 times like oink boy often does. I really don't have time to do the naga thing so maybe I'll just try to look up the federal land policy and management act of 1976 again. They gave me a hard time leaving since I was 5 or 10 minutes late because they didn't announce closing where I was working. I saw Becka and one of her people with a child and an older person in Sugarhouse. This morning they were all hovering around the entrance as I came in and then they wouldn't let me use the scanners in either the guest area or the multi-media center. They made me work with an Asian gal who humiliated me by not allowing me to make the copies myself, by not letting me transfer the copies to my flickr account and by using a fake accent which I couldn't follow. Other than that, she was a very attractive woman with a body that just wouldn't quit. They jambed up the computers
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sltrib, Friday, June 17, 2011. Although they both tend to smiles themselves, especially al-Zawahri's, I felt these were fairly good examples of catbird smiles but I think those of Lenin and Stalin are going to remain the best. If you take in the concept and then study pictures and experiences of similar expressions visages you will see that these smiles are responsive to the angels that surround them and communicate with them in pleasing nuances and subtleties of melody, harmony and rhythm. With more benign individuals such as church leaders or produce managers, its easier to understand. The ones that worry me, though, are the grins of politicians from hostile countries meeting on the heaps of casualties to discuss a peace accord or something like that but grins don't really qualify as catbird smiles. I thought this Zawahri had been killed and captured, but I'm still trying to remember they name of the mentally ill Nazi leader who parachuted into Scotland to recruit England as an ally to his cause. Now that it's been settled that it was General Electric that built the Republican Fukushima Dai Ichi in Japan, maybe they'll come to realize that global warming is going to mean more precipitation and more violent weather of every kind and start naming disasters like the Joplin tornado after Republican apparatchiks. You could even add oil spills, extinct species and stock market crashes worse than the Great Depression. If nothing else it would get them headlines as bold as the ones that announced the helicopter gunships hovering over meatpacking plants in Georgia and Cache valley and the locked and loaded Utah National Guard digging footings for the barbed wire topped iron wall they're helping the Might Nimrod build to separate good from evil on their own personal and private pay to view national network for free access to which, smiling wives hand their returning fatigue clad heros juicy chits. Last night I had a hard time getting home on the bus. Steven and his people had set up a cruel vignette. As I said, it wasn't all that viby even though it was quite complex. There was a whole crowd of student age Asian females. I think they may have been a group of Temple Square tour guides like the ones they have called into flash mobs in the past---I'm thinking about the Italian speaking ones who haunted the bus from Solitude and the various crowds of Asian females associated with Lan. There was also an attractive, a little older than student age mulatto couple grinning manically, talking with animation and smelling of fresh beer somewhat. This morning a familiar gargoyle spit at me and I said something to a tall, handsome, student age Negro sitting next to me on the bus and brandishing a cell phone as he sent subtle messages to me at various levels of communication. I can't place him in a specific context (the one who spit at me). Yesterday wait on the bus this morning along with several back pack males and so on and a hate filled driver, they had an old, ungroomed, unshaven, not very clean caucasian male in a worn t-shirt, oversized rumpled pants and worn shoes. I think he had other accouterments like ( still can't remember that Nazi's name I think I have lost it altogether i think i have had to look it up before, too) suspenders, a cane, one of those sort of wire shopping dollies or maybe a walker of some kind anyway he was with a small female who had legs suggestive of sexual cues. She wore a very short skirt and flimsy skirt with flowers printed over white. I don't remember what kind of shoes she had be she wore white ankle socks suggestive of those sometimes worn by leggy females during the W.W. II era. They often put stories in the paper about older men sexually abusing girls. This one reminded me of the one I described has having been presented in a vignette on the way to that little theater out there on 33rd S. and 4th E. or so where I saw the Ice Queen, Fiddler on the Roof and 1 or 2 others. Her legs were shaped like this one's. I keep thinking that the Quintana girl may have had legs like that but I think she was around eight, the one on the bus this morning must have been only 4 or so. I don't remember her legs, though. I remember her smile sort of and the way she used to laugh and talk in whispers to her friend. What I remember of her face---a cleft among other unique features--- is taken from the female they presented in a vignette in the lobby of the Salt Lake Police building within the last 10 or 12 years. (I just noticed a student age Asian female who had apparently been sitting next to me as she got up and left with a kind of catbird smile. I had just farted and the thought occurred to me that she was leaving because of the odor. They've been giving be gas the last few days but have somewhat let up on diarrhea and whatever the chemical is that stimulates the evacuation muscles or whatever. It's been a few days since I've had that problem although Mrs. Sorenson taunted with talk of diuretics just

make up tips for asian girls
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