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Dead Pool : See why its called pool of death

Amazing and strange beauty of nature. It will take you deep inside its beauty. A natural pool which get full and empty in seconds. You wont believe this also ...

  • MY Bloodwine

    Andrew, of the House Ronin! We meet in battle! I hope you have a more honourable Iron Warrior death than my opponent. And when you parish, I shall drink and celebrate a worthy foe! And when I eventually...

    Photo by Si-MOCs on Flickr

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    reaching

    For some reason, the little man's latest obsession is with pool. I'd prefer foosball, but at least it's better than his fixation on death.

    Photo by massdistraction on Flickr

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    “How strange this fear of death is! We are never frightened at a sunset.”

    George MacDonald quotes texture by /kerstinfrank-design...

    Photo by Nick Kenrick.. on Flickr

@deanvannguyen Matt Elliott, 'The Calm Before'; Panic at the Disco, 'Death of a Bachelor'; 'A Moon Shaped Pool'. 07/03/17,
RT @espofootball: #OTD Jul3,1969 #BrianJones formerly of @RollingStones found dead in pool at Cotchford Farm, England. Coroner's report Dea… 07/03/17,
news! pt. 2 - KL are recording our pre-s.7 thoughts, death pool, etc. in our first show pod of the year so that wil… https://t.co/u65aCaDjUh 07/03/17,
RT @markknoller: Pres Trump signs bill facilitating federal death benefits for law enforcement killed in the line of duty. (Pool photo @Hor… 07/03/17,
Spicer: Death isn't final, only parking lots Me: Yeah well this lot smells a lot like something died in a pool of its own piss, brother 07/03/17,
  • Death in the Peerless Pool

    Severn House Publishers Ltd. 2014. ISBN: 9781448301324,1448301327. 200 pages.

    John Rawlings, apothecary and amateur sleuth, returns in his most baffling mystery yet. John Rawlings, London's most colourful apothecary and occasional sleuth, is relaxing at the popular swimming baths, the Peerless Pool, when his peace is shattered by the alarming discovery of a drowned woman. The victim is identified as Hannah Rankin, an assistant at the nearby St Luke's asylum for the insane. Assigned to the case by John Fielding, London's famous blind magistrate, Rawlings doesn't realise...

  • She Was a Friend of Mine 5: Death Pool

    Delphine Publications. 2016. 306 pages.

    In part five of She Was a Friend of Mine, Scheyenne Iverson is enjoying the life of a successful, African-American, businesswoman in love, until an unclosed chapter in Josh’s past threatens to end the happiness they’ve built. Shi is devastated when she finds out that Josh had a few secrets of his own to tell, but Josh’s past isn’t the only thing threatening her happily ever after. A woman is blackmailing Shi with intimate knowledge of murders she committed. Problem is… this knowledge could...

  • Poems of Death

    2017. 112 pages.
  • The Pool

    Strategic Book Publishing. 2013. ISBN: 9781618974488,1618974483. 296 pages.

    An ordinary middle-aged man of Scottish origin lives a quiet and retired life in the mountains of Southern Italy with his wife. One day Cole meanders in the mountains where he encounters an object of unknown origin. His life and that of the world is changed forever. The object assimilates him physically, conferring unimaginable power. Motivated to arrest what he sees as one of mankind's greatest failings, he utilises his newfound powers to challenge the world's most powerful governments and...

  • Death and the Afterlife in Japanese Buddhism

    University of Hawaii Press. 2017. ISBN: 9780824832049,0824832043. 382 pages.

    "For more than a thousand years, Buddhism has dominated Japanese death rituals and concepts of the afterlife. The nine essays in this volume, ranging chronologically from the tenth century to the present, bring to light both continuity and change in death practices over time. They also explore the interrelated issues of how Buddhist death rites have addressed individual concerns about the afterlife while also filling social and institutional needs and how Buddhist death-related practices have...