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Masquerade is Alice in disguise. It is suggested that the actual Masquerade gave her the mask in which he would be able to communicate with her, although she wouldn't be aware… of things happening around her. (MORE)

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Back in victorian ages, people went about their lives in very prim and proper etiquette. Ladies were ladies, men were gentlemen. Imagine feeling cooped up all the time, worrie…d about what others would think of your behavior-then attending a party where you got to hide your features. You could say (and do) what you wanted with people you knew, but were strangers because they hid their identity. That's why they were so popular. They are making a comeback too, I've heard. (MORE)

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I just bought a pair on 2/3/2012 from a Chanel boutique in NYC and it came out to $567

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They still have them, but they don't really have balls. They are more like dances that people wear masks to. Yes and they are TONS of fun!

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The formula for volume of a sphere is: V = (4/3)(pi)(r 3 ) And since the radius(r) is half the length of the diameter we get: r = 1/2 in Plug in 1/2 for r and we …get V = (4/3)(pi)(1/2) 3 V = (4/3)(pi)(1/8) V = (1/6)(pi) in 3 -or- V = (pi/6) in 3 -or- V = 0.523598776 in 3 (MORE)

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According to Wikipedia 900 Global has a contract to manufacture Lane #1 equipment. That would explain the sudden but unsurprising shift from diamond shaped cores to shapes lik…e the boomerang. (MORE)

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Funnyman Magic at Khadda Market DHA Karachi has large variety of Masquerade & Party masks for Girls and boys. For details call 0345-2503089.

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Hi There is no masquerade ball on stardoll. If you are talking about the Opera mystery, you still couldn't go there because there is NO ball. My username is Harsh26 :)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4