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break

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Setting partition type to 0x%x

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may break

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install GRUB for TARGET platform [default=%s]

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naeltjie break

Englisch

Setting partition type to 0x%x

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2018-02-09
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Afrikaans

Break the spell

Englisch

Enchanted items

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-07-20
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My heart is crying

Englisch

What is this shit. Fucks sake

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-03-30
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My heart in human form

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Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-08-29
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my heart in human form

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Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-06-08
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my heart in a human form

Englisch

my heart in a human form

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-06-05
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My onderwerp vanoggend is iets wat baie naby aan my heart.-

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Animal abuse and cruely to animals. Domestic animals or pets as well as animals in the zoos are also sometimes abused. Animal abuse is very common in poor communities because they are unaware or uneducated on how to care or treat their pets. There are many ways in which people abuse or mistreat their pets. Like not feeding them on time or hitting them or not cleaning them regularly . I feel that animal abuse is just as bad as child abuse, and the same fine or sentence should be charged to these criminals who abuse these animals.

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An high look, and a proud heart, and the plowing of the wicked, is sin.

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An high look, and a proud heart, and the plowing of the wicked, is sin.

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First day at the new school was awesome but I was scared I didn't even have friend but I was not the only one but I met THIS new friend her name is asisipho she is a shy girl and friendly and when it was break time I didn't know where was the tuckshop but a friend insisted to help me out

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First day at the new school was awesome but I was scared I didn't even have a friend but I was not the only one but with this new friend was named didn't know where was the tuckshop but a friend insisted to help me out

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Cinderella’s mother died while she was a very little child, leaving her to the care of her father and her step-sisters, who were very much older than herself; for Cinderella’s father had been twice married, and her mother was his second wife. Now, Cinderella’s sisters did not love her, and were very unkind to her. As she grew older they made her work as a servant, and even sift the cinders; on which account they used to call her in mockery “Cinderella.” It was not her real name, but she became afterwards so well known by it that her proper one has been forgotten. She was a very sweet-tempered, good girl, however, and everybody (except her cruel sisters) loved her. It happened, when Cinderella was about seventeen years old, that the King of that country gave a ball, to which all ladies of the land, and among the rest the young girl’s sisters, were invited. And they made her dress them for the ball, but never thought of allowing her to go there. “I wish you would take me to the ball with you,” said Cinderella, meekly. “Take you, indeed!” answered the elder sister, with a sneer; “it is no place for a cinder-sifter: stay at home and do your work.” When they were gone, Cinderella, whose heart was very sad, sat down and cried bitterly; but as she sat sorrowful, thinking of the unkindness of her sisters, a voice called to her from the garden, and she went out to see who was there. It was her godmother, a good old Fairy. “Do not cry, Cinderella,” she said; “you also shall go to the ball, because you are a kind, good girl. Bring me a large pumpkin.” Cinderella obeyed, and the Fairy, touching it with her wand, turned it into a grand coach. Then she desired Cinderella to go to the trap, and bring her a rat. The girl obeyed, and a touch of the Fairy’s wand turned him into a very smart coachman. Two mice were turned into footmen; four grasshoppers into white horses. Next, the Fairy touched Cinderella’s rags, and they became rich satin robes, trimmed with point lace. Diamonds shone in her hair and on her neck and arms, and her kind godmother thought she had seldom seen so lovely a girl. Her old shoes became a charming pair of glass slippers, which shone like diamonds. “Now go to the ball, my love,” she said, “and enjoy yourself. But remember, you must leave the room before the clock strikes eleven. If you do not your dress will return to its original rags. I approve of pleasure, but not of dissipation, and I expect that you will show your gratitude by obeying me.” Cinderella kissed and thanked her godmother. Then she stepped into her coach and drove off, with her footmen behind, in great style. The Fairy, when she was gone, returned to Fairyland. Cinderella was received at the King’s palace with great respect. The Lord Chamberlain bowed low to her, thinking she must be a very great lady by her dress and carriage, and he showed her at once into the ball-room. She was so beautiful that everybody looked at her, and wondered who she was; and the Prince asked her to dance with him, and afterwards would dance with no one else. But she made haste to leave a little before the hour fixed, and had time to undress before her sisters came home. They told her a beautiful Princess had been at the ball, with whom the Prince was delighted. They did not know it was Cinderella herself, and she was amused to hear them admire her grace and beauty, and say that they were sure she was a royal lady. The Prince was quite vexed when supper-time came, and he could not find his beautiful partner, and no one had seen her leave the room. But in hopes of beholding her again, he persuaded the King to give another grand ball. As soon as her sisters were gone to it, Cinderella’s godmother arrived. “You were so good and obedient last time, that I shall let you go out again,” said she to the young girl. And once more the rat, mice, grasshoppers, and pumpkin (which had gone back to their original shapes after the first ball) were turned into the grand carriage and attendants, and Cinderella, in rose-coloured satin and rubies, went to the royal ball. Directly the Prince saw her, he asked her to dance, and would have no other partner, and as he led her past her two unkind sisters, she saw them look at her dress with envious eyes, and knew that they wished they were as beautiful, and as well-dressed as she was. But in the midst of her enjoyment, Cinderella remembered the Fairy’s command, and at half-past ten glided out of the room, and drove home again. Her sisters found her waiting to undress them in her usual rags, and kept her up to tell her how beautiful the unknown Princess was, and how well she was dressed. Again the Prince was vexed at the sudden disappearance of the beautiful stranger, and once more he persuaded the King to give a grand State ball. “I wonder if Princess Beauty will be there!” said the sisters to Cinderella. “We must have new dresses, for she is so splendid. She makes every one look shabby.” Cinderella smiled as she helped them to dress. She was sure the Fairy would let her go to the ball too. And she was right. Her godmother, pleased with her obedience, came in good time, and Cinderella, dressed in blue satin and pearls, went in the same style as before. The Prince would scarcely let her out of his sight, and Cinderella, who was getting a little spoiled by all the flattery she heard, began to think more of herself and less of the Fairy; so the time stole on, till glancing up at the clock, she saw it wanted only five minutes to eleven. At once she darted out of the room, and ran through the palace as fast as she could go, but as she reached the hall, she lost one of her precious glass slippers! She did not stop to pick it up, but rushed to the door. Alas! the clock had struck Eleven. She found no coach, only a pumpkin, and the rat and mice ran quickly away when they saw her; while all her fine dress turned to rags, and she had to run home alone in the darkness of the night. The Prince was very much surprised when he missed Cinderella again, and leaving the ball, went in search of her. He asked all the attendants, but no one had seen her, and when enquiry was made of the porter, he said that no one had gone out of the palace except a poor ragged beggar-girl. However, the Prince’s search was rewarded by his finding the glass slipper, which he well knew belonged to the unknown Princess. He loved Cinderella so much that he now resolved to marry her; and as he felt sure that no one else could wear such a tiny shoe as hers was, he sent out a herald to proclaim that whichever lady in his kingdom could put on this glass slipper should be his wife. All the great ladies who wished to be a Princess tried to put it on, but in vain. Cinderella’s sisters tried, but could not get it on, and then Cinderella asked if she might try. They laughed at her; but the Prince, hearing of her wish, sent for her. She went with her sisters in her poor dress, but very clean, and at once put on the slipper. Then she drew the fellow of it from her pocket, and slipped it on her other foot. The Prince, who had thought the moment he saw her that the poor girl was very much like the beautiful Princess, was delighted. He insisted on Cinderella telling him her story, which she did very modestly, and all listened with wonder. As her tale ended, the Fairy godmother suddenly entered the room, and placing her godchild’s hand in the Prince’s, said: “Take this young girl for your wife, Prince; she is good and patient, and as she has known how to submit to injustice meekly, she will know how to reign justly.” So Cinderella was married to the Prince in great state, and they lived together very happily. She forgave her sisters, and treated them always very kindly, and the Prince had great cause to be glad that he had found the glass slipper.

Englisch

cinderella summary

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Friendship is the most wonderful relationship that anyone can have. Ideally a friend is a person who offers love and respect and will never leave or betray us. Friends can tell harsh truths when they must be told. There are four different types of friends: True friends, Convenient friends, Special interest friends, and historical friends. To have friendship is to have comfort. In times of crisis and depression, a friend is there to calm us and to help lift up our spirits. There are many illustrations that show why a friend can be a great comforter. For example, if a student is going through a hard time at school, a friend can offer guidance, encouragement and support. A true friend is also someone who loves and respects us. A boyfriend and a girlfriend desire to be with each other. They love each other so much that they just want to be with each other as much as possible. This bond is also present in a good friendship because it has genuine love. Also, as friends they respect each other. They try to avoid causing conflicts. They don’t make fun of each other, but treat each other with respect. As friends, we all make sacrifices for each other. Some friends risk their lives for a friend. An example of this true friendship can be found in the movie, American Pie. Todd had a championship football game, but on the same day there was an All-State choir going on. Todd and his girlfriend were both into choir. He couldn’t be in two places at once, so he gave up his football game so that he could be with his girlfriend. Everyone on the football game looked up to him because he made a sacrifice to be with his girlfriend. When his girlfriend asked why. He responded, I did it for you. This shows friendship through a humble heart. One of the most important details in a friendship is to never leave or forsake the other. A friend is also loyal, for example in the movie Lord of the Rings, Froto and Sam Wise had a wonderful fellowship. They lived in peace and in one accord. Also in the movie, gandalf sent froto on a mission. Froto was scared and he didn’t want to go on the journey by himself. Gandalf brought frotos friend, Sam Wise, who went with him on the journey. As they traveled together, Sam Wise made a promise to Froto that no matter what happens he will never leave or forsake him. When Froto decided that he needed to continue the journey on his own, out jumps Sam Wise who runs after him. Froto didn’t want Sam Wise to be with him because his mission was dangerous. However, Sam Wise didn’t allow this to happen because he made a promise to him. He jumped into the ocean, and since he didn’t know how to swim, he sacrificed himself for his friend. Froto didn’t want Sam Wise to come because he feared that Sam could get injured. At one point Froto snuck out to the boats and tried to leave Sam behind. Sam eventually caught up and even though he couldn’t swim. He went after Froto. Froto in the end was reassured of his friendship between Sam Wise himself. As Froto lifted Sam Wise by hand, they continued their quest. This movie showed me the true meaning of friendship. As started earlier, we also have convenient friends. For example, a next-door neighbor can be helpful to us. When a neighboring family goes away, or is at work, a next-door neighbor can get their mail. If a neighbor’s child is sick at school, a caring neighbor can take care of the child until the parents come home. There are also special interest friends. This kind of friendship is not that close. For example, special interest friends may like to go to the mall and shop. They are not intimate friends by they enjoy the companionship of shopping together. For example, a friend and I would often play tennis or watch movies together. Though we didn’t talk to each other that much, we would often get together to share activities. Our friendship wasn’t that intimate because were often busy. All of us have friends who know us very well. These types of friends are called historical friends. Historical friends know about our past. For instance, a while back I had a friend who knew everything about me. We shared the good and bad times, and had many things in common. Now we have gone our separate ways, but we are an intimate part of each other’s past. For instance, this friend remembers the type of music that I used to listen to. Indeed, historical friends are a blessing to have. Friends cannot read each other’s mind. I often think that my friends should know what I am thinking or feeling. But when I expect my friends to read my mind, I feel disappointed. Therefore, friends should just tell each other what is needed or what is on their mind, so that there won’t be any misunderstanding. 

Englisch

QUERY LENGTH LIMIT EXCEDEED. MAX ALLOWED QUERY : 500 CHARS

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Afrikaans

'n Afrikaanse toespraak op die gevolge van rooka afrikaans speech on the effects of smoking Kalin: did u know that smoking is bad for your health. Thiren: yes, i did know. Kalin: people that smoke can have heart disease. Thiren: you are right my cousin had a heart attack from smoking cigarettes.There are warning on a pack of cigarettes but some people do not care. Kalin: My grandfather smokes alot and cough in the morning which is not good. Thiren: my uncles smokes too and it is not good for me and my sister. Kalin: so i think that smoking is not for us. Thiren: you are right.

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a afrikaans speech on the effects of smoking Kalin: did u know that smoking is bad for your health. Thiren: yes, i did know. Kalin: people that smoke can have heart disease. Thiren: you are right my cousin had a heart attack from smoking cigarettes.There are warning on a pack of cigarettes but some people do not care. Kalin: My grandfather smokes alot and cough in the morning which is not good. Thiren: my uncles smokes too and it is not good for me and my sister. Kalin: so i think that smoking is not for us. Thiren: you are right.

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2014-10-27
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come Last Update: 2014-08-11 Subject: General Usage Frequency: 1 Quality: Translation with error Reference: Anonymous MAHATMA GANDHI I choose Mahatma Gandhi as my favourite hero. The title “Mahatma” means great soul. He became great by his nature and conduct. He had a faith in deeds, not in words. If he did some mistakes, he would pray to God that he should be saved from doing wrong. People thought of him as a perfect man. He was a man of truth, non-violence and simplicity. This was his way of life. His non-violence freedom struggle was called 'Satyagraha'. He lived a simple life and gave up all his wealth. He was also brave and fought against the British using non violence. Another strong virtue in him was forgiveness. He forgave his enemies. He tried to destroy his enemies by making friends with them. He loved them as his friends. He worked for the improvement of the needy. All his people called him 'The Father of the Nation'. We hardly find a man who is just as equal to him. I love him from the core of my heart. Indeed he is my favorite hero. Ek hoop u goet! Slaap ouma better vandat oupa nie snorke nie?

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MAHATMA GANDHI I choose Mahatma Gandhi as my favourite hero. The title “Mahatma” means great soul. He became great by his nature and conduct. He had a faith in deeds, not in words. If he did some mistakes, he would pray to God that he should be saved from doing wrong. People thought of him as a perfect man. He was a man of truth, non-violence and simplicity. This was his way of life. His non-violence freedom struggle was called 'Satyagraha'. He lived a simple life and gave up all his wealth. He was also brave and fought against the British using non violence. Another strong virtue in him was forgiveness. He forgave his enemies. He tried to destroy his enemies by making friends with them. He loved them as his friends. He worked for the improvement of the needy. All his people called him 'The Father of the Nation'. We hardly find a man who is just as equal to him. I love him from the core of my heart. Indeed he is my favorite hero. Ek hoop u goet! Slaap ouma better vandat oupa nie snorke nie?

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2014-08-13
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