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How conducting a thought experiment can boost you...
DISCONNECT. There’s a huge disconnect in passing out flyers at the mall since most mall-goers are looking to relax, dine, or shop – not make one of the biggest purchases of their adult lives. Every...
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From the Center with Rolly Espina
Yesterday, family members in the US celebrated Thanksgiving, an occasion to be thankful for every blessing that comes their way and a chance to be with family since it’s the only national holiday in...
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The conversation In Between Floors
The conversation In Between Floors Published: 29 November 2014 The two protagonists in the film In Between Floors are played by Alvin Wong and Dawn Cheong. – November 29, 2014.Stereotyping is...
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Oil has a lot further to fall: Dennis Gartman
The front month for benchmark North Sea Brent crude closed $7.54, or 10.2 percent, lower fell about $2 to $70.45, its lowest since July 2010. While falling prices are not good for oil producers in...
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Karolina Kurkova oozes old school glamour in back...
Karolina Kurkova oozes old school glamour in backless lace gown at Fashion For Kids event in Prague Karolina Kurkova was the Twenties darling at Fashion For Kids event on Friday night. Held in...
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Leaders Are Fiddling While Europe Burns
REUTERS/Eric VidalEuropean Commission President, Luxembourg's Jean Claude Juncker (R) and Pierre Moscovici (L), the European Commissioner for economics, taxation and customs, attend a session at the...
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European Investment Bank
Banking tricks blunt China's drive to increase le...
The Chinese government is concerned about lending. Photo: Bloomberg China hopes that last week's interest rate cut will increase lending into the economy to shore up flagging growth, but measuring...
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China Banking Regulatory Commission
Sahara's fresh plea for Roy's release
Sahara Group, on Friday, came out with another plea for the release of its jailed chief, Subrata Roy, before the Supreme Court, asking those involved in the negotiation process for sale of its three...
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Bank of China
Rock bottom and back: the rough-edged career of R...
Different Every Time: the Authorised Biography of Robert Wyatt Marcus O’Dair Serpent’s Tail, 460pp, £20 Robert Wyatt, with his high, reedy voice, is an acquired taste for some. “Shipbuilding”, a...
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A December baby for Mr & Mrs Dhoni?
Rumours that cricket star M.S. Dhoni and his wife Sakshi are expecting a child have been doing the rounds since 2012 only to be refuted by the couple. However, the same speculation has started up...
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Ride over, neck trashed, record smashed
Riding around - and around, and around, and around, and around - the Mosgiel velodrome for 24 hours will make you look 30 years older. That is what Portobello's Andrew Nicholson thought when he...
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Otago Daily Times
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Fat Rice: Now home to Romanian plum brandy
Would you like some Romanian plum brandy with your Macanese cuisine? Chef Abe Conlon of Logan Square's Fat Rice thinks you might. It’s an odd story that began when Fat Rice’s handyman, Ioan "Onu"...
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Gildan workers in Haiti, Honduras complain of har...
Charlotin Odinel lives in the Village de Dieu, Bicentenaire shantytown in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where his home is a cinder-block shack consisting of two tiny windowless rooms—no running water—that he...
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Mary Holm: The case for and against landlords
It might seem like banning people from buying houses to rent out is a good idea, but it isn’t quite that simple. Landlords provide a service but should be aware of the power that they have to affect...
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Haslingden pupils lend a helping hand at ‘The Gar...
THE people of Haslingden are ‘reaping the rewards’ of a new community cafe officially launched in one of the town’s school’s last week. Pupils at Tor View Community Special School have
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Intensifying our desire for Jesus’ coming
VIGILANCE is one fundamental attitude expected of Christians. It is also one biblical theme that is emphasized in the readings both toward the end and at the start of the liturgical year. However, in...
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Snow and mud doesn't slow down Northampton in 33-...
Mother Nature may have
Northampton a helping hand Thursday morning. The run-oriented Konkrete Kids weren't going to throw the ball much anyway in their 92nd meeting with Catasauqua, so when the...
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Crowds come out for @LNFestival Christmas lights ...
Station Road in Llandaff North, Cardiff, was mobbed when crowds turned out for the Christmas lights switch-on - despite thieves striking earlier in the day. A stage which was waiting to be set up for...
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Nick Curtis: There is a real world out there beyo...
I’m not a Luddite, just a late adopter who greatly values the positive impact of tech on my life and work. But the heedless rush to enslave ourselves to our keypads and screens sometimes makes me feel...
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Monty beats the bear in battle of John Lewis ads
The researcher worked with RealEyes to use facial coding techniques to measure the reactions of 300 UK adults as they watched the John Lewis ad "Monty the Penguin", which was created by Adam &...
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