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Burial Instructions

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

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    Good collection of short stories.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

    My goodness, Ms. Ambrose can write. I am not even half way throu

    My goodness, Ms. Ambrose can write. I am not even half way through this book of short stories and know I will read anything this woman writes.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2012

    All Pokemon 9

    150. Accelgor- the shell out Pokemon. When its body dries out, it weakens. So to prevent dehydration, it wraps itself in may layers of thin membrane. 151. Alomomola- the caring Pokemon. The special membrane enveloping it has the ability to heal. 152. Amoongus- the mushroom Pokemon. It lures prey close by waving its arm caps, which resemble pokeballs, in a swaying motion. 153. Archeops- the first bird Pokemon. They are intelligent and cooperate to catch prey. From the ground, they use a running start to take off. 154. Basculin- the hostile Pokemon. Red and blue Basculin get along so poorly, they will start fighting instantly. These Pokemon are very hostile. 155. Beartic- the freezing Pokemon. It freezes its breath to create claws and fangs of ice to fight with. Cold, northern areas are its habitat. 156. Blitzle- the electrified zebra Pokemon. Its mane shines when it discharges electricity. They use their flashing manes to communicate with eachother. 157. Bouffalant- the bash buffalo Pokemon. They charge wildly and headbutt everything. Their headbutts have enough destructive force to derail a train. 158. Braviary- the valiant Pokemon. They fight for their friends without any thought about dangers to themselves. 159. Carracosta- the prototurtle Pokemon. They can live in both the ocean and on land. A slap from one of them is enough to open a hole in a tanker. 160. Cinccino- the scarf Pokemon. Their white fur feels amazing to touch. Their fur repels dust and prevents static electricity from building up. 161. Crustle- the stone home Pokemon. Competing for territory, Crustle fight viciously. Whoevers stone is broken is the loser. 162. Cubchoo- the chill Pokemon. Its nose is always running. It sniffs the snot back up because the mucus provides raw material for its moves. 163. Deerling- the season Pokemon. The color and scent of her fur changes to match the mountain grass. When they sense hostility, they hide in the grass. 164. Dewott- the discipline Pokemon. Scalchop techniques differ from one Dewott to the other. It never neglects maintaining its scalchops. 165. Drilbur- the drill mole Pokemon. It can dig throught the ground at speeds of thirty miles per hour. It could give a car running above ground a good race.

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