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Theatrical costume charity faces final curtain af...
Wanted: a new home for 7,000 costumes, accessories and props, 3,000sq m or more. Oxfordshire Drama Wardrobe (ODW) has hired costumes to Oxford colleges, private and public schools and am-dram groups...
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The countdown to Kimye's big day begins in first ...
Kim Kardashian's sexy wedding lingerie, pre-ceremony diet and the dress reveal: Countdown to Kimye's big day begins in part one of KUWTK finale Kim dealt with pre-wedding drama and Kourtney dropped a...
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Army soldier who narrowly escaped death in Afghan...
MY guts shake with the blast. The concussive blow of the IED seems to rattle through each and every bone in my body. I feel it as much as hear it. The metallic thoomp leaves me pitching and yawing as...
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George W Bush
Aston Villa 2 Hull City 1 - Gregg Evans' Big Matc...
Goals from man-of-the-match Gabby Agbonlahor and Andreas Weimann set up a 2-1 win over Hull City, leaving the locals higher than the famous Holte End. A second-half header from Nikica Jelavic, with...
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Calgary's Stephen Ames pleased with way tourney w...
In the five minutes or so required to double-check his scorecard and sign a few autographs, Calgary’s Stephen Ames had already switched his perspective from player to patron. “I was more about the...
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Air Force Falcons still see dents in defense
AIR FORCE ACADEMY — Air Force ran away with its season opener against Nicholls State, but there were enough tense moments early in the game to give the Falcons a legitimate look at their revamped...
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Midterm election unlikely to end gridlock in Wash...
After a summer of upheaval, from the Middle East to Ferguson, Mo., the country swings into a fall campaign with large stakes but little chance of ending the partisan stalemate that has ground...
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The Evening Sun
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President Kenyatta Puts Drug Barons On Notice
Kenya to destroy a ship full of heroin drugs (file photo). Mombasa — President Uhuru Kenyatta has put drug barons in Mombasa on notice, declaring a total war on the menace that has ruined the lives...
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Michael Brown's Size Doesn't Matter
Michael Brown’s Size Doesn’t Matter We’ve now moved to a new stage of the racist reaction to the police killing of Michael Brown: the largely overt assertion that he deserved to be killed. In the...
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Sheriff: Woman killed by ex-boyfriend in Antioch ...
Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran said that a Mundelein man killed his ex-girlfriend on the street in front of her father’s Antioch home this morning, then escaped to a nearby trailer where he committed...
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No Cure in Sight for Premier League Hangover
No Cure in Sight for Premier League Hangover All the symptoms are there: the headache of balancing the books, the nausea of unfit players stealing a living and the exhaustion of monitoring comings...
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The battle over unions continues on Labor Day
As organized labor celebrates the achievements of American workers on this national holiday, they�re also fighting continued attacks on their memberships. The feud between the Mackinac Center and...
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Michigan Education Association
Aregbesola'll Not Make Taxes Unbearable - Oyebanji
Osogbo — The Osun State Government has reiterated that it has no intention of making taxes unbearable for the people of the state during Aregbesola's second term in office. The Chairman/CEO of the...
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David Mitchell’s “The Bone Clocks”
Mitchell has written a theological novel of sorts, in which human beings are mere pawns to be used by his feuding immortals.Credit Illustration by Sachin Teng As the novel’s cultural centrality dims,...
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The New Yorker
Looking in the hotel mirror, David Jenkins adjusted the Stetson he disliked and pulled on a windbreaker with a cattle-vaccine logo. He worked for a syndicate of cattle geneticists in Oklahoma, though...
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1 year later, city honors Nyad at Smathers
These days, you can't walk the streets of Key West without bumping into world champion endurance swimmer Diana Nyad. At least that was the experience of one island resident and her trusted dog the...
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An egalitarian belief belies real Scottish Establ...
By the Establishment, wrote Fairlie, "I do not only mean the centres of official power - though they are certainly part of it - but rather the whole matrix of official and social relations within...
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Where The Best Job Opportunities Are Now
Looking to make a big career move? Your hottest opportunity might be on Main Street. Small and midsize firms are finally hiring again, according to recent research. The growth among these job...
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Ryan Nelsen loses TFC power struggle; Defoe on th...
You could hardly blame Jermain Defoe if he wanted to head for the exit door in the aftermath of what turned to be a bloody Sunday on a very long weekend in Southern Ontario. For the ninth time in...
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The Globe and Mail
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A Presidential visit for Milwaukee: Laborfest vol...
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A Presidential visit in Milwaukee on Labor Day! Preparations were underway Sunday at Maier Festival Park — with volunteers preparing to welcome President Barack Obama to Milwaukee’s...
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