After serving as a British Army nurse in World War II, Claire Randall is enjoying a second honeymoon in Scotland with husband Frank, an MI6 officer looking forward to a new career as an Oxford historian. Suddenly, Claire is transported to 1743 and into a mysterious world where her freedom and life are threatened. To survive, she marries Jamie Fraser, a strapping Scots warrior with a complicated past and a disarming sense of humour. A passionate relationship ensues, and Claire is caught between two vastly different men in two inharmonious lives
A stranger in a foreign land and time, Claire Randall is clearly out of place. Upon encountering Jamie Fraser she earns the nickname "Sassenach" -- a Gaelic term used for an English person -- which becomes Jamie's term of endearment for her.
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Da Mi Basia Mille - Give Me A Thousand Kisses - which Jamie has engraved on Claire’s wedding ring.
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The year is 1945. Claire Randall, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a standing stone in the UK. Suddenly she is a Sassenach—an “outlander”—in a Scotland torn by war and raiding border clans in the year 1743
Education is an essential element of the global response to climate change. It helps people understand and address the impact of global warming, increases “climate literacy” among young people, encourages changes in their attitudes and behaviour, and helps them adapt to climate change related trends. Education and awareness-raising enable informed decision-making, play an essential role in increasing adaptation and mitigation capacities of communities, and empower women and men to adopt sustainable lifestyles.
The Director of the CDC said earlier that it was “encouraging” that the people dying from COVID-19 were people who are “unwell to begin with.”
Hey Rochelle, person who is “unwell to begin with” here. My life didn’t lose value when I became chronically ill. The idea that a disabled/chronically life holds less value than a able-bodied life is at its roots, eugenicist. You should not be in charge of the CDC if you truly believe that some lives are more important than others. There is nothing encouraging about people like me dying. #mydisabledlifeisworthy