The Star (XVII) is the seventeenth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination. Wikipedia

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The Star (XVII) is the seventeenth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination.

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'Disdain' has many negative meanings, contempt, haughtiness, being above someone. The reader can visualize 'Her show of disdain..."

'Disdain' has many negative meanings, contempt, haughtiness, being above someone. The reader can visualize 'Her show of disdain..."

Short-stemmed sunflowers mean adoration; long-stemmed sunflowers symbolize haughtiness

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I know bad wrap for sounding like Zeppelin, but still enjoy them...

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Sunflower, Haughtiness - Duke's Cigarettes, "Floral Beauties & Language of Flowers" series from The New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Sunflower, Haughtiness - Duke's Cigarettes, "Floral Beauties & Language of Flowers" series from The New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Supercilious(SOO-per-SIL-ee-uhs)Adjective:-Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others. A snob.-Having or showing the proud and unpleasant attitude of people who think that they are better or more important than other people.-Behaving as if you are better than other people, and that their opinions, beliefs, or ideas are not important.-Coolly and patronizingly haughty.From Latin superciliosus, from supercilium eyebrow, haughtiness, from…

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Supercilious (SOO-per-SIL-ee-uhs) Adjective: -Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others. A snob. -Having or showing the proud and unpleasant attitude of people who think that they are better or.

Unlearn what our toxic culture has taught you and stop being offended by your own anatomy.

Equality for a bare chest. And it doesn't just apply to breastfeeders. This applies to women who aren't nursing, too! Men can run around with their chests and nipples showing, why can't women? Oh, cos men only see them as bouncy titties, right.

Three students have filed a lawsuit against a university in Utah, claiming their First Amendment rights were violated....

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Petunia - symbolism can differ depending on a person’s intentions. Petunias can represent haughtiness, resentment and anger over something the recipient has done. In contrast, when petunias are given to a loved one, their pleasant appearance means the recipient’s presence is soothing to the other person.

Wave Petunias have transformed American gardens with their super fast-growing, luxuriant, easy-care beauty.

Flowerstuck by xXischaXx Rose: Lavender Roses -enchantment Roxy: Pink Roses -admiration, joy and gratitude John: Anemone -also called wind flower Jane: Daffodil -unrequited love, fortells misfortune, but also friendship Jade: Gerbera Daisy -cheerfulness Jake: Sunflower -pure thoughts, haughtiness Dave: Lilly of the valley -purity of heart Dirk: Gladiolus -also called sword flower, means strength of character, faithfulness and honor

I would have choosen differant ones for Rose and Roxy on a second thought, but I started with them and only later decided to do the others as well.

Comtesse de Castiglione: Fire and Froth The queen of hearts gown  By all reports, the Comtesse of Castiglione did use the means she liked best, bestowing the favors of her person, her very favorite person, upon the Emperor - which did nothing to make her best-liked by the court or other aristocratic circles she went round in. She wasn't disliked for political or amorous intriguing, that was a bit of worry, not dislike - but it was her haughtiness and that utter certitude that she was 'the...

The Countess di Castiglione caused a scandal by appearing at a 1857 costume ball at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs as The Queen of Hearts, a thinly veiled allusion to the fact the she was currently the mistress of the emperor, Napoleon III.

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