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Album covers with Gnomes.

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"Based on the book by Upton Sinclair"?  How did he go from The Jungle to this? :wacko:

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Do Smurfs count as gnomes?

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10 minutes ago, Cyril said:

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Aren't they dwarfs? :) 

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12 minutes ago, Cyril said:

Don't they look the same??? :o

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Gnome vs Dwarf

Among the mythical creatures that humans fear are gnomes and dwarfs. Is there any difference between a gnome and a dwarf? The answer would be yes. Though most of us thought that gnomes and dwarfs are the same creatures, there are slight differences when it comes to their origin.

Records have shown that the term “gnomes” is rooted from the Renaissance period. Great and modern authors of the Renaissance period said that gnomes are small creatures with a humanlike appearance. They are humanoids who are living underground. “Gnome” was a term first introduced by Paracelsus. He was a physician from the Renaissance period with a German-Swiss nationality. He was a great astrologer, botanist, and alchemist during that time.

Paracelsus described the gnomi or gnomes as humanoid creatures who don’t like interacting with humans. And because of their unsociable personality, they only live underground. They are earth dwellers. As humans are free to move above the ground, the gnomes are just as free to move in their own territory.



Read more: Differences Between a Gnome and a Dwarf | Difference Between http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/culture-miscellaneous/differences-between-a-gnome-and-a-dwarf-2/#ixzz5D8UVZUjJ

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On ‎30‎-‎8‎-‎2017 at 8:05 PM, Hardbopjazz said:

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See above.

 

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