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This National Geographic fond d’écran contains hêtre, congère, banc de neige, érable rouge, érable écarlate, érable marais, acer rubrum, érable marécageux, érable érable rouge, écarlate, and maple swamp. There might also be nuage, coucher du soleil, lever de soleil, coucher de soleil, and lever du soleil.

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posted by dragonsmemory
One hundred years il y a today, the Tiktanic sank. On her maiden voyage from England to New York, she struck an iceberg. Due to an unlucky combination of circumstances, the ship succumbed to her fate, floating gracefully to the bottom of the frigid Atlanti, where she remains to this day.

Titanic was called "the unsinkable ship." She was large for her time, easily drawing admiration. Yet, she carried fatal flaws in her design. These flaws aided in her death.
Titanic carried lifeboats, but she only had enough for about half of the passengers on board. She did, however, carry the minimum number required...
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