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how am i supposed to make a mix if the songs i want aren’t even on youtube
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“A yellow rose with red petal tips could indicate that you are falling into love from friendship or a plain indication of falling in love with the person you are presenting them to.”
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THE FIRST 100 DAYS | After Callum’s (Pine) father is elected President of the United States and Madison’s (Watson) mother is elected Vice-President, their lives are catapulted into the spotlight. Recently graduated from college, Madison finds a job at the White House where she meets Ethan Huff (Booth), a highly qualified intern who she quickly becomes friendly with. A month after meeting him, Madison finds out she’s pregnant. Meanwhile, Callum feels the pressure to propose to his long time girl Olivia (Dormer), but he feels unsure about the life he’s making for himself in Washington.
Chris Pine as… Callum Huxley
Emma Watson as… Madison Osborne
Natalie Dormer as… Olivia Carmichael
Douglas Booth as… Ethan Huff
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~*~*~*~*~*~ that’s my response but no thank you my mixes are my lifesource
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May 10, 1774: The reign of Louis XVI begins.
Louis XVI succeeded his grandfather Louis XV as King of France and of Navarre at age nineteen. By this time he had already been married to the Austrian Archduchess Maria Antonia, or Marie Antoinette, for four years; their marriage had, so far, been unfruitful — the couple had failed to produce any children and would not until 1778; in addition to his and his wife’s progenitive problems, the new King was faced with numerous issues which required the immediate attention of a tenacious and resourceful head of state (he was not one), including France’s financial problems (later including the enormous debt accumulated after the American War of Independence), and various social, economic, political problems that the King was in the end unable to fully address, though not due to a severe disinterest or lack of intelligence but rather the feebleness of his character (he was often described, as both a child and adult, as shy and indecisive). Some of his actions were popular with the people, such as his approval of the Edict of Versailles in 1787, which granted certain non-Catholic religious groups the right to openly practice in France; he also reinstated the regional parlements, which decentralized power from the crown but also enabled nobles to block the attempted radical reforms of Terray and Maupeou, who were both dismissed only months after Louis XVI’s ascension to the throne. Tensions between the privileged First and Second Estates and the Third Estate (whose members made up 98% of the country’s population), widespread food shortages, and general unrest and malaise, persisted throughout his reign.
In 1789, the King was forced in his desperation to summon the Estates-General, the first time this assembly had been called in 175 years; this summons, the declaration of the National Assembly, the Tennis Court Oath, and the Storming of the Bastille marked the beginning of the French Revolution, which ended - at least for Louis - in his deposition and execution.
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