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The Maps Descriptive of London Poverty are perhaps the most distinctive product of Charles Booth's Inquiry into Life and Labour In London (1886 - 1903). An early example of social cartography, each street is coloured to indicate the income and social class of its inhabitants.
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Average female breast size in Europe based on cup size
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Taranaki Snapper wrote: Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:07 am
Average female breast size in Europe based on cup size
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Prob says which countries buy ill fitting clothes - this is a subject I have researched and sadly there is no real correlation between country and bangers size. Very loosely , the fatter blonder countries like Ireland , uk, Germany , will have bigger tits than svelte darker French and Italian and Spanish laydeez, but that’s are far as it goes.

Tits :smug:
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Fascinating.
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Light pollution map is exactly as promised, and works like Google Earth: scroll, zoom and bring up various different datasets and legends to make sense of it all. I'm always stuck by that dead-straight transition between light and dark in North America, from Winnipeg to Austin. That mystery metropolis in North Dakota? Oilfields!
https://boingboing.net/2021/04/23/light ... world.html
https://www.lightpollutionmap.info/#zoo ... FFFFFFFFFF
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Taranaki Snapper wrote: Sun Apr 25, 2021 7:35 am Image
Light pollution map is exactly as promised, and works like Google Earth: scroll, zoom and bring up various different datasets and legends to make sense of it all. I'm always stuck by that dead-straight transition between light and dark in North America, from Winnipeg to Austin. That mystery metropolis in North Dakota? Oilfields!
https://boingboing.net/2021/04/23/light ... world.html
https://www.lightpollutionmap.info/#zoo ... FFFFFFFFFF
Was wondering what that was :thumbup:
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