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2014/04/16 14:49
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The American Enterprise Institute's Dr. Arthur Brooks sometimes begins public talks with a laugh line: "I'm an economist, so I tell lies for a living." There are loose corollaries to Brooks'...
2014/04/16 14:49
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2014/04/13 23:32
2014/04/13 23:32
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Experts say people swear for impact, but the widespread use of strong language may in fact lessen that impact. From Hollywood to Wall Street, the words people use both shape and reflect modern culture...
2014/04/13 20:37
2014/04/13 20:37
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He beamed not only at the Queen but at everyone in sight. For such a very good talker as the president, having to make seven heavyweight speeches in four days must have been heaven. He’s a poet and a...
2014/04/11 22:03
2014/04/11 22:03
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... minutes 25 seconds ago by APToday in History for April 11, 2014 Today is Friday, April 11, the 101st day of 2013. There are 264 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 11,...
2014/04/11 12:00
2014/04/11 12:00
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Good morning, it’s Friday, April 11, the 101st day of 2013. There are 264 days left in the year. We’ll start the day with clouds and temperatures in the lower 60s, but by this afternoon, the clouds...
2014/04/10 22:19
2014/04/10 22:19
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There was once a time when all anyone had to do to get a job in America was to prove they exist – i.e. they just had to show up. So the legend goes, anyway. That was before my time and seems...
2014/04/09 02:22
2014/04/09 02:22
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From IRA chief to guest in white tie and tails toasting the Queen and the British people: ROBERT HARDMAN on a very significant moment at the Windsor State Banquet Mr McGuinness boycotted Queen’s...
2014/04/08 16:50
2014/04/08 16:50
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Village to host celebration for George Bernard Shaw show anniversaryGeorge Bernard Shaw The former home of a playwright on the edge of Welwyn Hatfield will host a celebration on Saturday, marking 100...
2014/04/08 03:18
2014/04/08 03:18
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The Gigli Concert's Maeliosa Stafford (left) with Patrick Dickson and Kim Lewis. Photo: Anthony Johnson The social realism and political satire of George Bernard Shaw, the wit and wordplay of Oscar...
2014/04/08 01:50
2014/04/08 01:50
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Ireland’s hidden colours An Irishman’s Diary about the old Irish regiments in the British army Windsor Castle: the repository of flags of Irish regiments in the British army which have not been seen...
2014/04/07 16:39
2014/04/07 16:39
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George Bernard Shaw's 'Pygmalion' turns 100 London, April 7 : The George Bernard Shaw-penned play, which featured the famous fictional character of Eliza Doolittle, 'Pygmalion' is almost 100 years...
2014/04/07 00:07
2014/04/07 00:07
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An appeal to the Work and Pensions Secretary, from workfare participant/unemployed social worker/fellow human being. Dear Mr Iain Duncan Smith, You can’t be serious? I’m sorry, but I really don’t...
2014/04/05 00:06
2014/04/05 00:06
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... "Man is condemned to be free; because once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does." A. Jean-Paul Sartre B. Nicolaus Copernicus C. Carol Channing 2. "Custom is a mutable...
2014/04/04 17:25
2014/04/04 17:25
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An inner­city garden in Birmingham, from the Bournville Village Trust’s ‘When We Build Again’, 1941 Gardens are entwined with class. So is just about everything else, despite the wish to be...
2014/04/03 18:02
2014/04/03 18:02
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Dear Editor: “Jefferson City doesn’t register on new list of beautiful towns,” read the front page headline for April 1. I thought I was reading an April fools’ joke or something until I realized the...
2014/04/03 15:40
2014/04/03 15:40
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Those three writers don't figure in this handsome 500-page anthology edited by the American academic and author Susannah Carson, but many of the 38 contributors are in the same class, and some of them...
2014/04/03 14:01
2014/04/03 14:01
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Melbourne claims to be the centre of the Australian arts. Certainly the industry is crucial to the city’s economy and is a huge draw for visitors. According to Arts Victoria figures, there were more...
2014/04/03 08:24
2014/04/03 08:24
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Boyhood Island (My Struggle: 3) Karl Ove Knausgaard, translated by Don Bartlett Harvill Secker, 490pp, £17.99 Some time in the late 1890s, Kate Perugini, the daughter of Charles Dickens, told George...
2014/04/03 01:49
2014/04/03 01:49
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A concerto for heart-strings An Irishman’s Diary about Edward Elgar’s post-war masterpiece Richard Harwood: following in the steps of Jacqueline du Pré After seeing his work performed in Dublin’s...
2014/04/02 11:50
2014/04/02 11:50
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... West of Ireland is awake,” says Shannon airport Chairman Rose Hynes. Photo by: Shannon Aiport The new year-round Aer Lingus service to Shannon Airport was launched by airport chairman Rose Hynes...
2014/04/16 14:49
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