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  • Morally or spiritually pure; innocent and untainted
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  • Approaching such a color; very pale
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Paris - Opera House 2
A carte postale published by Papeghin of Paris and Tours bearing a high-definition early image of the Paris Opera House. The card was posted in Paris on Friday the 26th. August 1932 to an address in Stourbridge. For a slightly high-definition view of the Opera House taken from a similar position, please search for the tag 78HPH56 So what else happened on the day that the card was posted? Well, in Chapman, Texas a boy named Joe Henry Eagle was born. He became a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots. He helped to flight-test the joint NASA-Air Force X15 rocket airplane. Joe was one of the first astronauts in the Space Shuttle program, having flight-tested the Space Shuttle Enterprise in 1977. He was commander of the second orbital test flight of Space Shuttle Columbia in 1981.
President Obama is expected to make a 'patriotic' type of address to the nation about the Gulf catastrophe in a televised address from the Oval Office on Tuesday evening. Reliable sources in Washington believe that they may have part of what the US president may say from a White House insider. These are the actual words. "I figure there's nowhere to go from here but down. So tonight, I'm announcing my retirement from the United States ..." Oops, sorry those words are from that other speech.