71% Hydrogen - 27.1% Helium - .97% Oxygen - .4% Carbon ~This is the general chemical make up of a typical star ~This blog is dedicated to Astronomy. For the time being, it will consist only of a current project that I am conducting at Eastern University. People come here to see the stars the way I do. Officially, this is "My Astronomy Binder" - Unofficially, this is my way of making University a little more palatable.
Apparently this was something that needed to be done. [All nouns except where noted are courtesy of K and myself]
Enjolras —> A fleet of Enjolrai
Combeferre —> A business of Combeferres
Courfeyrac —> A chlamydia of Courfeyracs [courtesy of playthatsadtrombone]
Bahorel —> A bellowing of Bahorels
Bossuet —> A clove of Bossuets
Feuilly —> A fan-fare of Feuillys
Grantaire —> A clusterfuck of Grantaires
Jehan —> A enjambment of Jehans
Joly —> An epidemic of Jolys
and if you’re feeling nice…
Marius —> A heartful of Marius (alternatively a swoon of Marius)
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