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FAITHFUL EMPLOYEES AND DIPLOMATIC BUNGLING
Until the early 19th century, European countries adopted their own system of diplomatic ranks where comparative positions or titles were subjected to considerable dispute due to the insistence of...
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Sri Lankan government
Barguide: Bittersweet symphony
City Pulse’s Lansing Symphony reviewer offers up a few selections to load up your iPod for a kicking’ bar crawl — old school. — “Music of the English Renaissance,” by the Baltimore
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Males of great bustard self-medicate to appear mo...
Males of great bustard consume small doses of poison with a dual purpose: to eliminate intern parasites and, especially, to look healthier and stronger before females, allowing them to achieve a...
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Today in U.P. history 10/22 by Pasty Central
In our on-going discovery of the deadly days of October throughout three centuries of travel on the Great Lakes, we note on this day in 1887 the schooner George Sherman was driven ashore by a gale...
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Winnie Davis was the last child of Jefferson and Varina Davis, the president and first lady of the secessionist states. Her successful birth was heralded as a good omen for the Confederates, a sign...
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Johor crown prince getting married next month
JOHOR BARU: The royal wedding involving the Tunku Mahkota of Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim is set to take place amid a glitter of royal tradition and military pomp at the Istana Besar here next...
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Exclusive: Mayor of Wirral’s future stepson arres...
The Mayor of Wirral’s future stepson was arrested at his charity bash after allegedly assaulting a 23-year-old woman. Police were called to Thornton Hall Hotel and Spa – where Cllr Steve Foulkes and...
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Mugabe Has Nothing to Do With First Lady's Rallie...
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's spokesperson George Charamba has denied the veteran leader was sponsoring his wife's controversial entry into national politics amid speculation that the First Lady was...
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Classical sounds at Warwick Arts Centre
INTERNATIONALLY renowned orchestras and musicians will be stopping off at Warwick Arts Centre this autumn. The Russian State Philharmonic Orchestra marks the beginning of the Concert series on...
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Warwick Arts Centre
University of Warwick
Report: Health institute spent $39M on 'origami c...
The director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) blames budget cuts for the agency's failure to develop a vaccine for the Ebola virus, but a report from the Washington Free Beacon shows the...
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Washington Free Beacon
Less than a century by less than a decade on from the blissful dawn of bourgeois-born Egyptian women’s emancipation, the less fortunate Egyptian women of the working and middle classes are grappling...
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Pathways religion calendar
ANTHONY WAYNE FIRST CHURCH OF GOD, 6012 South Bend Drive, will hold a fall festival 2-5 p.m. Oct. 25. CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 6301 Winchester Road, will serve a steak dinner and present...
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Calvary United Methodist Church
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Holy Cross Lutheran Church
The 11 Best Movie Narrators
The 11 Best Movie Narrators These narrators make the movie. "Listen Up, Philip," the hysterical and deeply sad new film from writer-director Alex Ross Perry, makes use of an omnipresent, all-knowing...
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Alex Ross Perry
A New Poetry Collection by Louise Glück
Glück’s major subject is the illusion of certainty, the contest between clarity and doubt.Credit Illustration by Montse Bernal Louise Glück’s new volume of poetry, “Faithful and Virtuous Night,”...
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Hitler’s appetite for drugs revealed in British T...
Hitler’s appetite for drugs revealed in British TV documentary Local WASHINGTON — Adolf Hitler is remembered as many things: a genocidal warmonger, a hateful ideologue, a failed art student. But the...
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Beethoven and Fridman take centre stage for the C...
Orchestra is urging you to roll over for Beethoven. On Saturday, the
is presenting an all-Beethoven evening featuring the talents of violinist Raya Fridman. A broken arm...
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University of Victoria
University of Victoria
Paris Val-de-Grâce hospital of the elite to close...
Since the French Revolution, Paris’s Val-de-Grâce military hospital has offered healthcare to the world’s best connected people. Presidents, potentates, power-brokers of French-speaking countries and...
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Jean-Yves Le Drian
Festival will serve up feast from the Voices of a...
... enthusiasm and knowledge among the festival audience is extraordinarily high," she says. "Almost everyone who comes along is a singer of some description themselves." Incidentally, she defines...
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St Andrews University
Thync Scores $13M for Foggy Brain Project
Thync's product, possibly called the "Vibe," is a wearable device that purportedly uses neurosignaling to modify a user's state of mind in relation to energy, calm and focus. Thync's claims have...
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Cummings learned from high modernists like Joyce and Eliot to distrust the hierarchical in every aspect of life, beginning with his own being. In his poetry, “I” becomes “i.”Credit Photograph by...
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