William R. Ablan, pen name of Richard L. Muniz

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Pierre Joubert

This site is a hommage to Pierre Joubert, one of the greatest illustrators ever lived. He was born in Paris (june 27, 1910 and died in La Rochelle on January 13, 2002). On Wikipedia is suggested that (quote): ¨He had a controversial site. He has been tarred with collaboration with the Nazis during Worldwar II¨. Documents, however, have proved that this is not true. Intimi have confirmed that.

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intersection of family life and ancestry

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Life or our view of it....

Purple Telescope

Watch The Outer Space Moon and Stars

Hark Around the Greats

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Varsity Experience

Sharing the Word of Faith

Planet Pailly

Where Science Meets Fiction

Forever Written

Experience life through my eyes

His Way

“Wait for the Lord and keep His way.” (Psalms 37:34 NASB)

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