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"In architecture, the apse (Latin absis "arch, vault"; sometimes written apsis; plural apses) is a semicircular recess covered with a hemispherical vault. In Romanesque, Byzantine and Gothic Christian abbey, cathedral and church architecture, the term is applied to the semi-circular or polygonal section of the sanctuary at the liturgical east end beyond the altar. Geometrically speaking, an apse is either a half-cone or half-dome."

" For children unfamiliar with its meaning, the word “vetiver” became a legendary character invented for the time. They were told that “Le Vetiver” is a Celtic spirit who lives in the deep forests of Armorica. It is as mysterious as Dionysus, savage and refined at the same time. This spirit is a magician who brings life back into nature every spring with a single breath after the harshness of winter."

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This is one of a series of sthenographic groups where members can discuss any subject.. Opinionated people are welcome. We welcome people who like to debate, discuss, argue and criticise. We even welcome flamers.

Main philosophies:

Ponerology – the study of minor evils.
Kalienne – Kali-like
Sthenography – looking into the face of the Gorgon.
Pedestalisation – putting woman on a pedestal.
Thanatography – studying Angel of Vengeance, also known as Ms45.
Varlatry – stepping aside for Varla.
Femi-Nazism – not being very nice in a nice way..
Bootopia – visionary locale where most women wear knee boots.
Falakstan – dedication to the liberation of the Falaka peoples.
Babeocracy – government by babes such as Sarah Palin.
Tennissee – state governed by female tennis players.

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