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The Florida Times-Union
At Wolfson Children's Hospital, a new high-tech tool for children's healthEvan Robbins, 11, was not the least bit impressed by the new high-tech imaging
At Wolfson Children's Hospital, a new high-tech tool for children's health
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
Evan Robbins, 11, was not the least bit impressed by the new high-tech imaging software that guided the hands of two Wolfson Children’s Hospital neurosurgeons who recently removed a mass from his brain. The Yulee Primary School second-grader was... Read more
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The Advertiser-Tribune
Briefspaperwork, a parent must be present to register players. Practices and games wi
Briefs
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
paperwork, a parent must be present to register players. Practices and games will be held on the varsity and/or junior high practice fields. The first practice runs 9-10 a.m. Aug. 27. Other practices are on Tuesdays from 6:15-7:15 p.m.,... Read more
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Boston Globe
The 10 best shows of 2016 — so faras the local news keeps reminding us, its realism. As it told a painful story a
The 10 best shows of 2016 — so far
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
as the local news keeps reminding us, its realism. As it told a painful story about sexual assault in a private midwestern high school, the drama moved through themes of class, sexual identity, guns, Internet shaming, and race. Retribution, too,... Read more
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Evening Standard
How The History Boys conquered the worldWith Theresa May’s government signalling an apparent and controversial willingn
How The History Boys conquered the world
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
With Theresa May’s government signalling an apparent and controversial willingness to create new grammar schools, it’s worth considering the effect that one grammar, Cutlers’ in Sheffield, has had on society. Boys from Cutlers’ — it’s an all-male... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
50 years ago: Warren Folks, avowed white supremacist, acquitted at triala reason. �Foolhardy? Yes, but for a cause he holds dear. A cause that shocks
50 years ago: Warren Folks, avowed white supremacist, acquitted at trial
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
a reason. �Foolhardy? Yes, but for a cause he holds dear. A cause that shocks the sensitivity of all who hold human values high regardless of race, color or religious preference � a cause sparked by a belief that the white man, outnumbered though... Read more
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Daily Mail
Emmy Rossum wows in black dress with low neckline and thigh-high splitTaking the plunge! Emmy Rossum wows in black dress with very low neckline and t
Emmy Rossum wows in black dress with low neckline and thigh-high split
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Taking the plunge! Emmy Rossum wows in black dress with very low neckline and thigh-high split at TCA Awards in Beverly Hills Unfortunately she was not nominated for an award this year. But that didn't mean Emmy Rossum was going to fade into the... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Civil rights attorney will speak Sept. 15 at Emporia State UniversityLuther King Jr., will speak in September at Emporia State University. The pres
Civil rights attorney will speak Sept. 15 at Emporia State University
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
Luther King Jr., will speak in September at Emporia State University. The presentation by Gray, who was portrayed by Cuba Gooding Jr. in the 2014 film “Selma,” will kick off inauguration festivities for Emporia State’s new president, Allison... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
50 years ago: Circuit judge rules against prosecutors in obscenity casethe next day, despite a request by Assistant State Attorney Edward Booth for a
50 years ago: Circuit judge rules against prosecutors in obscenity case
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 23 days ago
the next day, despite a request by Assistant State Attorney Edward Booth for a stay in the order, pending an appeal to a higher court. �In all fairness to Judge Elmore, the question of the obscenity of these books was not reached because the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From sex scandals to Karl Marx: 23 years of Bughouse Square Debate topicsyears. International issues see a spike in the early 2000's. "Even when it doe
From sex scandals to Karl Marx: 23 years of Bughouse Square Debate topics
Chicago Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
years. International issues see a spike in the early 2000's. "Even when it doesn't directly have to do with money, like higher education or Chicago schools, it always has to do with the budget somehow," she said. "Probably because we sometimes... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Obituary for Dennis Dee SchulzeDennis Dee Schulze Dennis Dee Schulze, 75, a resident of Gooding, Idaho, passe
Obituary for Dennis Dee Schulze
Craig Daily Press / Posted 25 days ago
Dennis Dee Schulze Dennis Dee Schulze, 75, a resident of Gooding, Idaho, passed away on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center in Twin Falls, Idaho. Dennis was born in Norton, Kansas on July 25, 1941, to Leo Charles... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Historic' Ferrari unused for 50 years set to sell for £6millionpermit in the window. Despite it requiring a full restoration - not to mention
'Historic' Ferrari unused for 50 years set to sell for £6million
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
permit in the window. Despite it requiring a full restoration - not to mention a lick of paint inside - auction house Gooding & Co has described the car as 'one of the last great unrestored Ferraris' The Ferrari hit an average speed of about... Read more
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Perth Now
Nicola Forrest on wealth, love and dreaming bigwhich funds research and preservation of Aboriginal rock art. And just to prove
Nicola Forrest on wealth, love and dreaming big
Perth Now / Posted 29 days ago
which funds research and preservation of Aboriginal rock art. And just to prove she has interests outside of general do-gooding, she is a board member of the Black Swan State Theatre Company. When the conversation turns to a subject she is... Read more
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The New Yorker
Hating Hillaryon improving humanity as she is cavalier toward actual human beings; thus she h
Hating Hillary
The New Yorker / Posted a month ago
on improving humanity as she is cavalier toward actual human beings; thus she heartlessly neglects her own family while high-mindedly pursuing charity abroad—“telescopic philanthropy,” in Dickens’ classic phrase. Mrs. Jellyby is a pretty,... Read more

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