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NFL Women’s Chicago Bears Full Zip Hoodie Sweatshirt Jacket Hombre, X-Large, Gray

  • Officially Licensed By The NFL (National Football League)
  • Perfect for running, sports, exercise, fitness, casual wear or everyday use
  • High quality screen print graphics of team logo and name
  • Full zipper closure, contrast team colors, drawcord hoody and kangaroo front pockets
  • Soft fleece lining, rib cuffs on sleeves and waist; Sizing is designed for a slim/fashion fit and runs small. For a looser fit with more room, we recommend ordering a size larger. The model shown is 5’7″ with a slim/athletic build wearing a size medium.

Embrace your fandom and represent your favorite NFL team in style with this Women’s full zip hombre hoodie sweatshirt jacket. This cozy and comfortable sweatshirt will keep you warm as you cheer your team on to victory! this hoody features the team logo emblazoned on the left chest with a jock tag stitched on the bottom. Features a drawstring hoody with a kangaroo front pouch and is easily machine washable. This hoodie is perfect to wear for gameday, exercise, casual wear or everyday use. NFL by Icer Brands is a re-introduction to the classic NFL fan gear. Boasting innovative design and fabric updates in fresh fits for today’s stadium-goers. Styles will appeal across the gridiron lover’s style spectrum, from the loud-and-proud to the classically minimal. Designed to sync up effortlessly with your everyday style. For fans, by fans.

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Great Bears Pic – Image from page 56 of “Reading and Literature First Reader” (1911)

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Image from page 56 of “Reading and Literature First Reader” (1911)
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Identifier: readlit1stread01free
Title: Reading and Literature First Reader
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Treadwell, Garuuette Taylor and Margaret Free
Subjects: reading
Publisher: Chicago: Row, Peterson & Company
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University-Idaho, David O. McKay Library
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pulled and pulled, but could not let go.Then the ox dragged the bear home. The old woman awoke. Where is my ox ? she cried. I will go home to see. So she got up and ran home. And there stood the ox and the bear. 41 She ran to the old man.Look/ she cried, the ox has brought us a bear.The old man threw the bear into the cellar. The next morning the old woman drove the ox into the field again.Graze away, little ox, she said, while I spin my flax.She spun her flax a long time.Then she fell asleep. Soon a wolf came out of the woods.He ran at the ox and said, Who are you? Speak and tell me. I am an ox, I am.I am made of straw and smeared with tar, I am. Oh, you are made of straw and smeared with tar, are you?said the wolf. 42 Give me some of your tar.Then I can smear my coat, and the dogs can not tear me. You may take some, said the ox. The wolf ran at the ox. He began to tear away the tar, and he stuck fast.He pulled and pulled, but he could not get away.Then the ox brought the wolf home.

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43 The old woman awoke.Where is my ox? she cried.I will go home to see.So she got up and went home.There stood the ox and the wolf. She ran to the old man.Look,she cried, the ox has brought us a wolf.The old man came out and threw the wolf into the cellar. The next morning the old woman caught a fox in the same way.And the next morning she caught a hare.The old man put them into the cellar. Then he sat down by the cellar doorand began to sharpen his knife. The bear said, Daddy, why do you sharpen your knife? 44

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Awesome Bears Image – Image from page 391 of “The World book : organized knowledge in story and picture” (1918)

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Image from page 391 of “The World book : organized knowledge in story and picture” (1918)
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Identifier: worldbookorganiz04oshe
Title: The World book : organized knowledge in story and picture
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: O’Shea, M. V. (Michael Vincent), 1866-1932 Foster, Ellsworth D Locke, George Herbert, 1870-1937
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: Chicago : Hanson-Roach-Fowler
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ant part in the quest for the sacred cupfrom which Christ drank at the La.st Supper(see Holy Grail). Sir Galahad is pictured inart, narrative and poetry as the type of idealmanhood, set apart from other men becauseof his wonderful strength and purity. Thisconception finds appropriate expression in thefamiliar lines from Tennysons Sir Galahad: My good blade carves the casques of men, My tough lance thrusteth sure.My strength is as the strength of ten Because my heart is pure. The different versions of the Sir Galahadlegend vary in many details. He is representedas the son of Sir Launcelot and Elaine, and ascreated by enchantment. In the stories of SirThomas Malory (which see), Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival are permitted to see theHoly Grail, after which the soul of Sir Galahaddeparts to heaven. Then it seemed to thetwo knights that there came a hand fromheaven and bore away the holy vessel. Andsince that time there was never any man sobold as to say he had seen the Holy Grail.

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SIR GALAHADDrawn fiom llie painting by Watts. EllenTerry, the actress, was the model for the Galahadof the picture while she was the wife of Watts. In Tennysons Idylls of the King, Sir Gala-had, on the last day of his quest, saw rising upbefore him, and stretching out toward a greatsea, a bridge of a thousand piers, each of which,as he crossed, became a sweeping mass offlame. When he had passed far out on thegreat sea he was drawn into a celestial citywhose spires and gateways gleamed white likepearls, and over which, in a mist of wondrousbeauty, floated the Holy Grail. GALAPAGOS, gah lahpah gos, ISLANTtS, agroup of small volcanic islands in the PacificOcean, belonging to Ecuador. They lie di-rectly on the equator and are about 600 miles GALATEA 2361 GALEN from the mainland. In 1858 these islandswere explored by Charles Robert Darwin(which see) during the voyage of the Beagle,and they figure largelj in his writings on theevolution of animals. They are peculiar inhaving almost no speci

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FEATURED BLOG POST: NFL Divisional Round Sunday schedule and open thread

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Hello Chicago Bears Faithful

Here Is some news that I think you will like taking a peek at.

NFL Divisional Round Sunday schedule and open thread

The first game today will be the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Pittsburgh Steelers 12:05pm (Central) on CBS.

The Jaguars are looking to knock off the experienced Steelers behind a really good defense. Pittsburgh will have all-world wide out Antonio Brown back for the game.

The late afternoon game will pit the New Orleans Saints against the Minnesota Vikings at 3:40pm (Central) on FOX.

Minneapolis will be loud and rocking as they look to cheer their team on through the playoffs, and to the Super Bowl which will be played in Minnesota.

Enjoy the Divisional Round Sunday games everyone!

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Featured Bears Photo – Big Island Military Police Training March 23-24 [Image 18 of 19]

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Big Island Military Police Training March 23-24 [Image 18 of 19]
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A soldier assigned to the 558th Military Police Company, 728th MP Battalion, 8th MP Brigade from Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, engages the enemy under the cover of smoke at a temporary checkpoint during the 558th MP Company’s field exercise at Pohakuloa Training Area, Hawaii, March 24, 2012. The unit conducted team level battle drills to train the unit’s tactical proficiency.
8th Theater Sustainment Command
Photo by Spc. Marcus Fichtl
Date Taken:03.24.2012
Location:HILO, HI, US
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Cool Bears Picture – Image from page 42 of “The Open court” (1887)

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Image from page 42 of “The Open court” (1887)
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Identifier: opencourt_apr1906caru
Title: The Open court
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Authors: Carus, Paul, 1852-1919 Open Court Publishing company, Chicago
Subjects: Religion Religion and science
Publisher: Chicago : The Open Court Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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as inthe center of the oracular breast plate and represented the constella-tion Leo, because the summer solstice occurred therein. The priestswaist was encircled by an abnct, a mystical or esoteric belt, orgirdle, of the finest woven linen, dyed with three colors, blue, scarletand purple. His ephod or tunic, a broidered coat, was also offine twined linen, beautiful with figures of gods, men, stars, the sunand animals, wrought in exquisite needleworks An entire leopard-skin was thrown over the shoulders of the man of mystery; whilehis feet were clothed in gem-laden sandals. He bore in his righthand a wand or scepter of wood and gold. THE WANING OF THE LIGHT OF EGYPT. 220 The center of the only door of the httle room was exactly inthe axis or central line of the temple, and opposite the front open-ing, 1,800 feet away. From front to rear long lines of giganticcolumns supported the roof of stone. There were 134 pillars in 16rows. Some were 9 feet in diameter, and 43 high ; others 11 feet

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AXIS OF TEMPLE OF AMEN-RA^ LOOKING NUR r II WES r. and J2, with capitals 22 feet square, adorned with delicate carvings.The columns and pillars were in the form of reeds and papyrusplants. The ceilings, architraves, walls and columns were every-where engraved with figures of heroes, kings and high-priests. 230 THE OPEN COURT. together with hieroglyphics recounting their exploits,—all cut inthe intaglio style of rock writing. These characters were paintedin brilliant and enduring colors. Whatever the arrangement ofpillars, side-doors, obelisks, or columns, not one was allowed toobscure an open line from front to back of the mighty building.The founders and builders had one supreme object,—to keep astraight line forever open in the mathematically exact center of thetemple. In fact the edifice was built to enclose this axis leadingstraight through a thin aperture into the small room in the rear.This axis and room were the most important features. The mightyfacade was penetrated by an

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Featured Bears Picture – Martellus Bennett Tries to Give Football to Little Girl

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Martellus Bennett Tries to Give Football to Little Girl
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Bears Meijer Family Fest presented by Chase is a perfect event for the entire family! Join the Bears at Soldier Field on Saturday, August 2 for a special opportunity to see the Chicago Bears practice at Soldier Field.

At Bears Family Fest, fans will visit the stadium and watch the Bears practice under the lights on our home field. Additional entertainment includes fun family-friendly games and outdoor activities, live music, giveaways and a firework show to follow practice!

EVENT INFORMATION
Date: August 2, 2014
Location: Soldier Field – Chicago, IL
Times: Outside activities 3pm, Gates open 5pm
Times:
Outside activities begin: 3:00pm
Gates open: 5:00pm
Player introductions: 6:30pm
Practice begins: 6:45pm
Parking: North Garage, Waldron Deck & South Lot
per vehicle. Lots will open at 2:00 pm.
New to 2014: The NFL Bag Policy and Enhanced Screening Procedures will be in effect for Family Fest. Click here to review the policy.

Martellus Bennett at Family Fest was a great guy going out and talking to the kids in the stands. He found a football and walked over to a little girl and her dad and gave them them the football. She did what you should do with the football, she threw it back to him. It was cute and funny, luckly Martellus went and got the ball and gave it to the little girl and her dad again

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