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Queen's bank accused of helping wealthy customers...
Royal Bank of Scotland today confirmed its private banking arm Coutts is being investigated by German prosecutors over the allegations about its Swiss operation. Taxpayer saved RBS said the probe,...
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Channel 4 News
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US Department of Justice
Freddy season kicks off
Let the singing, dancing and acting commence. The Freddy season kicks off Thursday when the musical "Pippin" takes the stage at Saucon Valley High School. Saucon is one of 30 high schools in Lehigh...
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Saucon Valley High School
Into The Woods
Festival is packed with writing talent
WITH just eight days to go before Keswick’s Words by the Water Festival, a sparkling line-up of speakers is heading for the Theatre by the Lake close to the shores of Derwentwater. Festival president...
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Beginning of JM Barrie's 'Peter Pan' polled UK's ...
Beginning of JM Barrie's 'Peter Pan' polled UK's favourite opening book line The beginning of JM Barrie's 'Peter Pan,' "ALL children, except one, grow up," has been polled as the UK's favourite...
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A Tale of Two Cities
Alice in Wonderland
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
... What books are now on your night stand? Trollope’s The Prime Minister and The Duke’s Children. I’ve been working my way through the Palliser novels, which I last read something like a decade ago....
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The Age of Innocence
Robert Penn Warren
Meet-the-Author Pays Dividends
I am now a firm believer in the view that students studying literature tend to benefit more if they meet an author of their set text before the examinations and converse. Last year in September,...
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University of Zimbabwe
Peter Pan voted nation’s favourite opening line
THEY can be the result of a blinding flash of inspiration or an arduous slog through piles of crumpled paper. A new poll has revealed that the nation’s favourite opening line from a novel is JM...
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Theatre review: Classic Ghosts at New Brighton Fl...
A wild an windy night in New Brighton was just the setting for this spooky journey into vintage Victoriana as the Floral Pavilion hosted a double bill of classic ghost stories from two masters of the...
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Sales tax scrooge?
I read the story in the McCook Gazette concerning renewing the one and one-half-cent sales tax. City manager Nate Schneider stated that if we don't approve the sales tax, he would probably have to...
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Pope to Germany: Help the poor...and Greece
German Chancellor Merkel visited the Vatican over the weekend. Consistent with the diplomatic practice, they exchanged gifts. The Chancellor gave the Pope a Johann Sebastian Bach CD set and a...
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ABC 7 El Paso
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Nick Ferrari's Travelling Life
The perfect partner, dodgy mobile phone reception and good books. Your earliest memory of travelling? My dad would take three weeks off and we’d drive to the village in Switzerland, Semione, from...
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the Cannes Film Festival
Advertising executive lectures on science and sto...
Advertising executive lectures on science and storytelling By Carly Berkenblit | Published 35 minutes ago Andrew Robertson, CEO and president of BBDO Worldwide, gives a lecture titled “The Immediate...
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‘Live with Kelly and Michael’ Top Teacher is quit...
Stacie Starr speaking at education forum where she announced that she was quitting, to audible gasps from the audience. (Screen grab from video) Stacie Starr is a mother and a ninth grade...
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J. Robert Oppenheimer
Dickens commands stage in world premiere 'To Begi...
of Jeffrey Hatcher’s “To Begin With” is a man at the top of his game. He has created some of literature’s greatest characters in Oliver Twist, Ebenezer Scrooge and Nicholas...
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Kieran McMahon, Author at Sabotage Times
Kieran McMahonSabotaging since 2 Feb 2013 Kieran is a film and books blogger, tea-lover and creative writing graduate from East Anglia University. Originally hailing from Portsmouth, birthplace of...
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Muslim Marine's long, strange tale is recounted i...
Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun was an unhappy Marine. At his base in Fallouja, Iraq, in 2004, he complained about an extended deployment and refused to perform certain duties, according to fellow Marines....
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Charles Dickens and his connection to Ballarat
Mr GUTHRIDGE wrote in The Courier last Wednesday that he was surprised there was a connection between author
and Ballarat, and wondered whether many other community members knew of...
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Oscars get ready for action
... 87th Academy Awards have already had one surprise: It's raining on the red carpet. 'Wings' (1927) – The first Academy Awards were given out at a dinner on May 16, 1929. The best picture...
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The Times & The Sunday Times
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The Other Woman
PICTURES: Facelift for St George's Hall as workme...
Liverpool’s iconic Scaffolding can be seen on the building’s roof and adorning the side of the structure as workmen carry out repairs. The work is being undertaken to repair patches of stonework on...
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St George's Hall
Northeast Missouri man helped found Oscars
LOUISIANA, Mo. -- His name won't follow the announcement "And the winner is…" at this weekend's Academy Awards, but actor, writer, producer, director and Northeast Missouri native Claude Benton...
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