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Sunday, April 22, 2012

#316 - Marathon

In honour of what is going on as we speak in London right now, the prompt this week is: marathon.


10 Comments:

Blogger thefirecat said...

Marathon training season hit me early this year.

4:44 PM  
Blogger Rill said...

I ended up reading a bit about the Battle of Marathon and a lot about who the children were who watched from the nursery window at the 1908 London marathon.

8:02 PM  
Blogger keith hillman said...

Sadly a wonderful fund raiser died on the last corner of the London Marathon yesterday. Her charity's sponsorship pool has soared as a tribute to her.

4:58 PM  
Blogger © Westlander Poetry said...

enjoyed this prompt ... thanks!

deborah
deconstructed marathon

9:27 AM  
Blogger Sreeja said...

nice....

2:21 AM  
Blogger Dee Martin said...

I have been having a writing marathon lol - Poem a day for National Poetry Month!

4:20 AM  
Blogger M. A. S. said...

I'll be back to read lots in the morning.

11:46 PM  
Blogger Keri said...

527 words how a phrase meant to discourage, only settles a woman's resolve to run a marathon. Three Different Ways, linked above.

10:25 AM  
Blogger Marta Clavero said...

Middle and high school students in Korea voted miss A’s Suzy and IU as two female celebrities who seem to be bad at math.

On August 17th, K-Stem, an institute that conducts a scholastic ability test in mathematics, announced the result of the survey asking 220 students to vote for the celebrities who seem to be good/bad at math.

For the category asking student to vote for celebrities who seem to be good at math, actress Kim Tae Hee ranked first with 43.4% of the votes, and Lee Seung Gi followed with 30.9% of the http://javascript.about.com/library/blscr01.htmvotes. According to the students, “Lee Seung Gi looks smart and intelligent” and “Kim Tae Hee went to Seoul National University, she is smart for real.”

On the other hand, for celebrities who seem to be bad at math, Boom ranked first with 45.15% of votes, followed by female idols Suzy and IU who received 29.1% and 22.9% of votes respectively.

7:27 PM  
Blogger Marta Clavero said...

Middle and high school students in Korea voted miss A’s Suzy and IU as two female celebrities who seem to be bad at math.

On August 17th, K-Stem, an institute that conducts a scholastic ability test in mathematics, announced the result of the survey asking 220 students to vote for the celebrities who seem to be good/bad at math.

For the category asking student to vote for celebrities who seem to be good at math, actress Kim Tae Hee ranked first with 43.Manufacturing Maintenance Consulting
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On the other hand, for celebrities who seem to be bad at math, Boom ranked first with 45.15% of votes, followed by female idols Suzy and IU who received 29.1% and 22.9% of votes respectively.

7:30 PM  

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