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Ancestry of Camilla Parker-Bowles

The second wife of Britain's Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles was born Camilla Shand in London, England in 1947. She met Prince Charles at Windsor Great Park in the early seventies. Believing he would never propose, however, she married Army officer Andrew Parker Bowles with whom she had two children, Tom, born in 1975 and Laura, born in 1979.
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Bryant University Admissions

Bryant University uses the Common Application. Students can fill out this application and use it for any school that also uses that application, saving time and energy. With an acceptance rate of 67 percent, Bryant University is largely open, and the majority of applicants are accepted each year. Will You Get In?
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Mollusk Facts

Mollusks ( Mollusca) is a taxonomic phylum that contains a diverse array of organisms, including snails, sea slugs, octopuses, squid, and bivalves such as clams, mussels, and oysters. Between 50,000 and 200,000 species are estimated to belong to this phylum. Imagine the obvious differences between an octopus and a clam, and you'll get an idea of the diversity among mollusks.
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The Strange Case of Origami Yoda

The Strange Case of Origami Yoda is a very clever and amusing story based on a unique premise. Sixth grader Dwight, whom the other kids consider to be a clueless screwup, makes an origami Yoda figure that seems much wiser than Dwight is. Dwight wears the origami figure on his finger and when the other middle school kids have problems and ask Origami Yoda what to do, he always seems to respond with clever, though garbled, answers that solve their problems.
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Too vs. Two vs. To: Common English Mistakes

One of the most common of all mistakes in English is the incorrect usage of the homophones to, too, and two. 'To' is a preposition, 'too' a modifier and 'two' a number. Learn the differences below. Too vs. Two vs. To Too means "also" and is generally used at the end of a sentence. "Too" also indicates too much of a particular quality.
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