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2014/07/26 15:05
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ADVENTURE need not be the preserve of hard-core explorers only. With a little imagination, some of the world’s most exciting travel experiences are accessible to all. 1. Take a Californian coastal...
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2014/07/17 11:01
2014/07/17 11:01
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Stanley Kubrick was a child of the Bronx but he ended up in a decades-long fling with England. And though in his private life, the director set up home in Hertfordshire country piles, he would often...
2014/07/16 03:56
2014/07/16 03:56
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The cool, aloof, careless attitude is an act. IT buys time by excusing his f-ups, which are intentional. All part of the plan. Cloward-Piven. Alinsky would be so proud. i want to know why the hell i...
2014/07/15 12:23
2014/07/15 12:23
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Bastille Day fireworks light up the Eiffel Tower as Paris pays homage to victims of First World War The pyrotechnics show in Paris saw 300 projectors bathe the Eiffel Tower in light the colours of...
2014/07/14 15:18
2014/07/14 15:18
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July 14th is often thought of as France's Independence Day. More accurately, it's the French National Day -- called La Fête Nationale in French -- commemorating the day in 1789 when crowds stormed...
2014/07/14 13:18
2014/07/14 13:18
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These immortal words supposedly spoken by Marie Antoinette still live on today, but now we can take them literally. On July 14, 1789, inspired by the American revolution, the French people finally...
2014/07/13 20:52
2014/07/13 20:52
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French flags and biting satire flew over Philadelphia's Fairmount Avenue on Saturday, and thousands of Butterscotch Krimpets rained down from the ramparts of Eastern State Penitentiary. Several...
2014/07/11 20:39
2014/07/11 20:39
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In an age of insatiable appetite for celebrity (and limited options for real contact with it) museums like Madame Tussauds are more popular than ever. Kate Taylor examines the enduring allure of...
2014/07/11 17:12
2014/07/11 17:12
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The influence of those of French ancestry on Louisville and surrounding areas, especially New Albany, is immense. The city was almost completely settled by French immigrants from the Rhine, with the...
2014/07/10 23:03
2014/07/10 23:03
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Those who claim we are witnessing a new Gilded Age need look no further for proof than the companion books to three recent exhibitions showcasing jewelry. Two of them—Gilded New York: Design, Fashion,...
2014/07/10 05:42
2014/07/10 05:42
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LIVE BLOG: If you missed today's South Coast Brekkie Wrap, here is a recap of the news that helped people start their day. 9.00am: That's it for today, in what has been a cold, windy and wintry...
2014/07/09 20:43
2014/07/09 20:43
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Kadi Longbottom designs her own boomerang. 6.30am: Shoalhaven residents have posted frost photos on Facebook from around the region to show off the impacts of cold mornings. 6.30am: Defending Tour...
2014/07/08 21:26
2014/07/08 21:26
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Washingtonians love Bastille Day, and there's even more reason to celebrate this year: July 14 falls on a Monday, so the races, garden parties and happy hours are spread over four days instead of one....
2014/07/04 23:10
2014/07/04 23:10
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He had to be one of the Cardinal�s guards. Only a diehard Richelieu employee would be so obstreperous at a musketeers function. I was perched on the wide stone balustrade of the H�tel des Invalides in...
2014/07/04 21:21
2014/07/04 21:21
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The moment Nicki Minaj met the Mona Lisa: Hilarious Tumblr superimposes hip-hop lyrics over famous works of art A Tumblr site that superimposes lyrics from hip-hop artists onto famous works of art by...
2014/07/04 12:15
2014/07/04 12:15
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Americans are celebrating the United States' 238th Independence Day Friday, marking the time in which the Declaration of Independence was propagated to the rest of the world. The Fourth of July has...
2014/06/30 23:52
2014/06/30 23:52
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As shoppers swap fresh spuds for rice dishes and fajitas: Has the potato had its chips? ACCORDING to the latest figures consumers are falling out of love with fresh spuds and opting for rice dishes...
2014/06/30 05:30
2014/06/30 05:30
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In the 17th century, the ideas propagated by the likes of John Locke made great impact in Europe. His social contract theory and the idea that men are born equal had tremendous resonance among the...
2014/06/30 05:30
2014/06/30 05:30
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The Statute of Anne only protected the authors of books. As the saying goes in Nigeria, the other classes of creators were on their own! Over time, even the protection given authors of books was...
2014/07/26 15:05
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