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Comic books have to walk a delicate line between character development and arrested development. Batman may never reach a point where he decides to retire from punching the mentally ill so he can play 18 holes every day. That's not necessarily because that's who he is, it's because there's too much money to be made from keeping him exactly the same. When a new creative team takes over a book, Batman resets to relative zero, with only a few narrative threads carried over that have become part of the new status quo. Batman is still Batman, but now a Robin is dead until he finds a new Robin, and then- look out! Dead Robin is alive! And pissed ! Rinse and repeat for 10,000 years. Comic book characters are often locked into their own version of Groundhog Day , and the only thing that changes are the little boys they hang out with. No, wait ...

“If true, this could become one of the biggest scandals in American history,” Hannity said. It was not true, of course, no more true than any other conspiracy theory trafficked by Fox News. That doesn’t matter, though. Here, on full public display, was the sweaty paranoia of Nixon—downing martinis, embittered and drunk, railing against the eternal enemies of America: elites, Jews, blacks, Democrats.

To the west of the Dead Sea, the Judaean mountains rise less steeply and are much lower than the mountains to the east. Along the southwestern side of the lake is a 210 m (700 ft) tall halite formation called " Mount Sodom ".

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Keating tells the boys to sound their “barbaric yawp” from Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass . He quotes Henry David Thoreau's line from Walden , “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” The boys chant  lines from Vachel Lindsay's almost-forgotten poem "The Congo ": “Then I saw the Congo, creeping through the black, cutting through the forest with a golden track.” Shakespeare, Robert Frost, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and Lord Byron are also mentioned.

As the news of the actor’s death came in, his friends and colleagues shared their grief at his death. From Shatrughan Sinha to Rishi Kapoor  to Dharmendra , he was remembered as a man who was committed to his work and a true friend.

But the term “murder of crows” mostly reflects a time when groupings of many animals had colorful and poetic names. Other fun examples of “group” names include: an ostentation of peacocks, a parliament of owls, a knot frogs, and a skulk of foxes.

Habitat Beavers live in streams, rivers, marshes, ponds, and shorelines of large lakes throughout North America, parts of Europe, and Asia. [28]   [29] The beaver is an environmental engineer -- second only to man in its ability to change the landscape for its own needs. [30] Beavers alter their environment on a large scale in order to provide themselves with shelter and protection. [31] However, this can often be a recipe for conflict with humans. Beavers flood roads, cut down trees, plug road culverts, and can even cause dangerous flash flooding when one of their dams break. [32] However, their dam building activity has a very beneficial side. Beavers build and economically maintain wetlands that soak up floodwaters from upstream, prevent erosion, raise the water table, and create an ecosystem that breaks down toxins and pesticides, purifying the water. [33] Beavers prefer to dam streams in shallow valleys, by cutting down small trees and clearing brush. Much of the flooded area will become wetlands. Insects lay eggs in wetland environments. Fish, ducks, frogs, turtles and birds feed on the insects and larvae, and other animals in turn feed on them. [34] The biodiversity of a wetland can rival a tropical rain forest. As many as half of the endangered species in North America rely upon wetlands. [35]   [36] These marshy wetland areas also selectively allow certain trees to grow, that in turn, support different species of wildlife that require riparian (relating to the banks of a natural course of water) environments. [37] Other mammals, such as otters, will feed on the fish, and birds like ospreys, will nest in the dead trees that are killed by the flooding of the beaver pond. [38] In time, sediment will fill in the pond behind the dam and become a meadow. Shrubs will begin to grow and provide shade for tree seedlings. When the tree seedlings get tall enough, they will shade out the shrubs and eventually turn into a mature forest. Beavers help to begin this natural cycle, which is called forest succession, by building their dams. [39]

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