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Puerto Galera bet’s sons charged
Puerto Galera bet’s sons charged PUERTO Galera -- Two sons of a defeated mayoral candidate in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro and their alleged ‘goons’ were charged last week by the police with...
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Vice-rector acquitted of misusing funds
A Thessaloniki court on Wednesday acquitted Yiannis Pantis, vice rector of the
University of Thessaloniki, northern Greece, over charges of breath of faith. Pantis was accused of allegedly...
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Ethicists' behavior not more moral
In a study published in the journal Metaphilosophy -- "Ethicists' and Nonethicists' Responsiveness to Student E-mails: Relationships among Expressed Normative Attitude, Self-described Behavior, and...
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Student Debt Reaches New Heights
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Slippery eel slides toward disaster ‹ Japan Today
Cupping a tiny, translucent eel in the palm of his hand, New York environmental researcher Chris Bowser shook his head in amazement. “This is worth about one dollar,” he said. As every spring, baby...
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Conducting this 'Master Class' is no easy matter
RICHARD THORNTON | JEWEL BOX THEATRE Opera diva Maria Callas (Trina Williamson) teaches a voice master class in the Jewel Box's production of Terrence McNally's "Master Class." RICHARD THORNTON |...
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Letters to the editor on rational beings, Plan B,...
When we become rational beings The author of “On being human” (April 13 Letters to the Editor) correctly noted that human cells and human limbs, while being human, are not human beings because they...
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Manly blog challenges modern views of masculinity
TULSA, Okla. — Whether it’s how to make a manly hunk of sandwich or live a life reminiscent of Mr. T, minus the gold chains, the Art of Manliness blog is something your grandpa could be proud...
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The positive returns of a happy workforce
Is happiness something that can be achieved or is it far more elusive? Most people cannot separate the idea of being happy from how satisfied they are at work. Given the difficult economic conditions...
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27 from Marblehead graduate from St. John’s Prep
St. John’s Preparatory School held its 103rd Commencement exercises on Sunday, May 19 at 11 a.m. Headmaster Edward P. Hardiman, Ph.D., awarded diplomas to 300 seniors, including 27 from Marblehead,...
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How Deep Is Your Sexual Desire?
Both intrinsic and extrinsic activities can be either profound or superficial. Profound activities are essential for our development and well-being. They have a lingering impact on our life and may...
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Against Romantic Sensitivity
Laura Kipnis argues that "taking an occasional walk on the wild side while still wholeheartedly pledged to a monogamous relationship isn’t an earthshaking contradiction." Carol does not see any value...
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If you haven’t yet read the Divine Comedy—you know who you are—now is the time, because Robert and Jean Hollander have just completed a beautiful translation of the astonishing fourteenth-century...
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The revision of History : Council for Constitutio...
George Gerald Reisman (born January 13, 1937) is an American economist and Professor Emeritus of Economics at Pepperdine University. He is the author of The Government Against the Economy (1979),...
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The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. –
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where the Boston Marathon bombing suspects are said to have murdered a police officer...
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Slippery eel slides towards disaster
NEWBURGH, USA / New York: Cupping a tiny, translucent eel in the palm of his hand, New York environmental researcher Chris Bowser shook his head in amazement. “This is worth about one dollar,” he...
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A World Divided
This was an age of engineers, a period of explosive innovation. Antiquity was, by modern standards, a millennium-long slumber of the technical genius of mankind. But the era of the snail was a...
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Pick a place on the map and go
There is no doubt that Philadelphia is an exciting setting for your four or five years of college. Philly is bursting with culture, history and opportunities that other college students aren’t lucky...
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OPINION | Summer Reading for Conservative Students
Rush Limbaugh frequently makes bombastic radio references to his Institute for Advanced Conservative Studies. One wishing to learn about conservatism can occasionally glean a morsel of wisdom from...
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St. Anselm Catholic Church celebrates its 50th an...
For the first-time visitor to St. Anselm Church in Sudbury, the great awakening typically happens just prior to the reading of the Gospel passage. As the choir sings "Alleluia," the parishioners...
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