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Θθ: ⟨th⟩ / θήτα / 'θita / THEE-tah / [tʰ] / (soft 'th' as in 'thin', 'through', 'think') / θῆτα [tʰɛ̂ːta] / UK /ˈθiːtə/, US /ˈθeɪtə /
Ωω: ⟨o⟩ / ωμέγα / omega / ō mega / oh-MEH-ghah / ('o' as in 'box') / somewhere between 'awe' and 'oh' /
Σσς: ⟨s⟩ / σίγμα / sigma / SEEGH-mah / ('s' as in 'sap') /
τσακάλι, jackal /
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theodorasvogiatzidis:

COL O’ BARA DELIVERS INJUSTICE GANG POSTER
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fruitsoftheweb:

The example above is a study of vehicle response based on road profiles inputted as displacements to the hydraulic cylinders.
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deathandmysticism:

From Karl von Amira’s criminal masks collection, 1870-1930
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http://www.lederniercri.org/shop/index.htm
https://www.flickr.com/photos/badkito/sets/72157645460882471
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v-eck:

Emily DiDonato by Dan Martensen for Double SS’13
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biomorphosis:

Velvet worm, once thought to be extinct is a fascinating ancient, caterpillar-like animals that have changed little over the last 400 million years.
Don’t let the downy appearance of the velvet worm fool you, they might be nearly blind but these curious creatures hunt their prey by spraying them with an adhesive mucous before sucking out their inside. It can slime its prey from 1-2 feet away, and paralyze it. The slime is also squirted in self-defence. An enemy with a face full of slime gives the velvet worm time to escape. 
biomorphosis:

Velvet worm, once thought to be extinct is a fascinating ancient, caterpillar-like animals that have changed little over the last 400 million years.
Don’t let the downy appearance of the velvet worm fool you, they might be nearly blind but these curious creatures hunt their prey by spraying them with an adhesive mucous before sucking out their inside. It can slime its prey from 1-2 feet away, and paralyze it. The slime is also squirted in self-defence. An enemy with a face full of slime gives the velvet worm time to escape. 
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http://www.skullis.com/Nice-Geode-Huge-4-8-Malachite-Carved-Crystal-Skull.html
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bazaarmovingpicture:

fg_TR_01
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publiccollectors:

The front cover of a silkscreened book by Christian Heidsieck, published on the occasion of the exhibition “Jungle” at Farewell Books in Austin, Texas, 2013. This stunningly great looking publication consists of 32 pages of images of heads and landscapes. You can see the rest of the publication on Heidsieck’s website.
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rulingthumb:

Models posing for Erotomechanics VII, 1979 by H.R. Giger
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qock:

protective cover motorcycle