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SUNRISE ON MT TAM "It's memorable to me because I was hiking down back to my car after sunrise, believing I had already seen the extent of this gorgeous moment. But as I looked up before driving away, the sun had risen above the fog, casting the most perfect shadow of the bridge. It brought me to tears."

From conquering fears to falling in love: Your best moments of 2012

SUNRISE ON MT TAM "It's memorable to me because I was hiking down back to my car after sunrise, believing I had already seen the extent of this gorgeous moment. But as I looked up before driving away, the sun had risen above the fog, casting the most perfect shadow of the bridge. It brought me to tears."

@chrisvallejos's photo: "@reynhornwood been caught gramming this morning at the sand dunes #whpcaughtgramming"

@chrisvallejos's photo: "@reynhornwood been caught gramming this morning at the sand dunes #whpcaughtgramming"

@adesantora's photo: "faded #iphone3gs #iphoneography"

@adesantora's photo: "faded #iphone3gs #iphoneography"

@mr007's photo: "Instagramming."

@mr007's photo: "Instagramming."

@iquegre's photo: "#road #mist"

@iquegre's photo: "#road #mist"

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@lec101's photo: "cloud lift & #thatsftree"

@lec101's photo: "cloud lift & #thatsftree"

In order to kill Hamlet, Claudius convinces Laertes that Hamlet is jealous of him. The use of flattery by Claudius boosts the confidence in Laertes and Claudius then suggests a fencing match between Hamlet and Laertes, but they will poison the sword and remove the cover at the tip to make it sharper. Claudius does this to remove the threat that Hamlet poses to his power. This image shows how far characters are willing to go to get what they want.

In order to kill Hamlet, Claudius convinces Laertes that Hamlet is jealous of him. The use of flattery by Claudius boosts the confidence in Laertes and Claudius then suggests a fencing match between Hamlet and Laertes, but they will poison the sword and remove the cover at the tip to make it sharper. Claudius does this to remove the threat that Hamlet poses to his power. This image shows how far characters are willing to go to get what they want.

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