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  1. It's a 1,000-year-old comb simply inscribed with the word "comb”... but why would you write “comb” on it? It may hold clues to the origins of the Viking Age. Why Archaeologists Are Excited About a Viking Comb (National Geographic)
  2. Watchtower Library went "Kaboom"

    How has it been modified?
  3. Song no 132

    No, sing your heart out.
  4. It shows automatically with a regular hdmi connection as well.
  5. What does Cold look like?

    They are beautiful, though, and light up. They really create a magical environment if there ever was one. Of course, as with most anything, it comes with a price. That aside, we thank Jehovah for giving us such a fantastic variation.
  6. The way you spell shows how much you respect your readers. So looking over your posts once or twice is a good idea, Even so, errors will creep in, and that’s alright. We all try our best, don’t we? And that’s enough. A forum such as this is rather informal when it comes to expression. Challenge yourself to do your best, and you’ll be fine. Don’t bother too much about how other people write. It’s not your business. Ask if it’s unclear. Assume the best. Never has Jehovah said, “You can’t spell, so no paradise for you.”
  7. https://tv.jw.org/#en/mediaitems/WebHomeSlider/pub-jwb_201801_1_VIDEO
  8. I’m sorry. Why do you take it this way?
  9. That one was very cool. Of course, after a while we learned that there was no such thing as “the Greater Jephthah”. Regarding the melody, it might come back some day if the writing committee feels a need. It has happened before.
  10. Amazon Alexa and JW.ORG

    Of course, otherwise they’d be inaccessible.
  11. Amazon Alexa and JW.ORG

    I don’t know about you, but I have been taught to be extremely careful with these matters. It’s important that we find out whether or not applications like these are trustworthy, and how they work. It’s the loving thing to do, I think. You shouldn’t question everything, but some things are good to question. Especially when you don’t know.
  12. Yes, I agree. Links are fine. Not entire articles, publications, or images or other files, I suppose.
  13. I might arrange an evening with some younger friends to sing some of our older songs so they get a feel for our history.
  14. Correct link https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/investigate-your-family-recipes
  15. I’m not sure about the study bible, but the JW.org faq says the following: JW Library is compatible with the following Android devices: Android tablets and phones running version 4.0 or later Kindle Fire tablets running Fire OS version 3.1 and later

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