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... for good in the mid-1950s, at around the time that Beth Israel switched to the Conservative movement. Freid went on to Penn State and the Peirce School of Business before joining the army and...
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Thomas Pynchon on joy in music
... point is,’ cutting off Gustav’s usually indignant scream, ‘a person feels good listening to Rossini. All you feel like listening to Beethoven is going out and invading Poland. Ode to Joy indeed....
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An Artist with Amnesia
Johnson’s condition are much less amenable to study. Clive Wearing, an amnesiac conductor, became indignant during a tones experiment, declaring, “I am a world-famous musician!”) Without memory,...
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Dragon’s Den Players present ‘The Wayside Motor I...
Nicole Beard, Bailie Scheer and Tiffany Ingles. "This play is a product of realism, a movement that began in the 1870s and spawned the idea that theater ought to depict life as it truly...
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... in 1802), the CO of a regiment held the contract for everything required to fit it out for movement in the field - tents, carts, bullocks, drivers and labourers etc.…[I]n May 1808 (these...
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Police are not to blame for tiresome jihadi schoo...
... the families of the three east London girls who have reportedly joined the vile jihadist movement in Syria. Instead of showing any sense of responsibility the families have lashed out at...
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Home Affairs Select Committee
Hong Kong's Lee testifies in Canada
... House of Commons foreign affairs committee to offer a briefing on the embattled democracy movement in Hong Kong. Lee's testimony occurred after the barely concealed threats of an indignant...
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House of Commons
Europe has to internalize the interests and beliefs of others as a condition for freedom of movement on one side, and freedom of expression on the other. Muslims, on their part, must...
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