They are alike, prim scholar and perfervid lover:
When comes the season of decay, they both decide
Upon sweet, husky cats to be the household pride;
Cats choose, like them, to sit, and like them, shudder.
Like partisans of carnal dalliance and science,
They search for silence and the shadowings of dread;
Hell well might harness them as horses for the dead,
If it could bend their native proudness in compliance.
In reverie they emulate the noble mood
Of giant sphinxes stretched in depths of solitude
Who seem to slumber in a never-ending dream;
Within their fertile loins a sparkling magic lies;
Finer than any sand are dusts of gold that gleam,
Vague starpoints, in the mystic iris of their eyes.
(ABC Family), producent wykonawczy
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2007— Fineasz i Ferb Fretka Flynn Głos
Rok Tytuł Rola Notatki
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2000 Beverly Hills, 90210 Nicole Loomis "Fertile Ground" (odcinek 15, sezon 10)
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Boston Public Carol Prader "Chapter Five" (odcinek 5, sezon 1)
2001 Bette Jessica "The Invisible Mom" (odcinek 14, sezon 1)
Once and Again Marni "Best of Enemies" (odcinek 18, sezon 2)
Kate Brasher Winona "Georgia" (odcinek 6, sezon 1)
Czarodziejki Runaway Teen "Look Who's Barking" (odcinek 21, sezon 3)
2002 The Hughleys.
Disputed borders with Pakistan and China make this figure somewhat arbitrary. It is the seventh largest country in the world.
Northern India contains the snow-bound peaks and deep valleys of the Himalaya and the vast Gangetic Plain, which separates the Himalayan region from the southern peninsula and stretches from the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal. South of the plains, the land rises up into a triangular-shaped plateau known as the Deccan, which ranges in altitude from 300m (985ft) to 900m (2950ft). The plateau is bordered by the Eastern and Western ghats, ranges of hills which run parallel to India's eastern and western coasts and separate the fertile coastal strips from the interior.
Wildlife in India is often purported to have enjoyed a privileged and protected position thanks to the religious ideals and sentiments of Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, but much of this tradition has been lost. Extensive hunting by the British and the Indian rajahs, large-scale clearing of forests for agriculture, poaching, pesticides and the ever-increasing population have had disastrous effects on India's environment. Only around 10 per cent of the country still has forest cover, and only 4 per cent is protected within national parks and reserves. In the past few decades the government has taken serious steps.