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#138924 - 02/13/05 07:12 AM Re: Nekkid? Why didn't you say so!
Loc: Piedmont Region of Virginia, U...
If I used the word lascivious with my kids, they'd learn it instantly.
If anybody has the time or inclination to search a few interactive exercises on Homer, the Odyssey, or the ancient Greeks that look like fun, please do post here. I do search for them to use in our computer lab times, but there are too many such exercises that are pretty boring.
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