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2014/10/31 18:43
2014/10/31 18:43
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By Nikos Vatopoulos An exhibition on the work of Theophil Hansen (1831-91) currently on display at the B&M Theocharakis Foundation makes for a twofold reading: On the one hand it serves as a reminder...
2014/10/31 18:43
2014/10/31 18:43
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2014/10/31 15:57
2014/10/31 15:57
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SINGAPORE: The Prospect of Beauty is the theme of this year's Singapore Writers Festival, which "promises to celebrate beauty in writing, literature and the world around us". Minister for...
2014/10/31 13:15
2014/10/31 13:15
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A new biography exposes some myths as it explores the legends surrounding Kerry Stokes. Kerry Stokes's close involvement with Canberra and its institutions is brought to light in the just published...
2014/10/31 12:09
2014/10/31 12:09
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It is just possible that there are some in Scotland, including among our 58,000 Gaelic speakers, who will be able to live without logging on to check the 12th century Gaelic notes to the 10th century...
2014/10/31 06:06
2014/10/31 06:06
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Yves here. We’ve written about the pitfalls of electronic health records in the past. One of the surprising reactions is the “dazzled by technology” response of some readers. While there are problems...
2014/10/31 06:00
2014/10/31 06:00
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Rather than giving a financial contribution or donation, KV, Pattom, plans a long-term relationship by forging friendships through the mutual love for books. Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pattom, has built a...
2014/10/31 04:57
2014/10/31 04:57
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National Library Week continues until November 2 with programmes and activities. The National Library and Information System (Nalis) is mandated to cater for the information needs of all and cognisant...
2014/10/30 20:08
2014/10/30 20:08
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Lost Gothic treasure Fonthill Abbey is resurrected using cutting-edge video-gaming technology 30 October 2014 – Nottingham, UK/… A team of three students from University of South Wales have won a...
2014/10/30 12:40
2014/10/30 12:40
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When a personal artifact of a religious leader is discovered nearly 1,700 years after its use, the object provides invaluable historical insights. Zsuzsanna Gulacsi, professor of Comparative Cultural...
2014/10/30 04:42
2014/10/30 04:42
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Eye of the Beholder • The Osiligi Maasai Warrior choir, from Kenya, in ornate, mystifying native costumes and uncalled-for headdresses, happened to be touring the U.K. this fall, coinciding with the...
2014/10/29 11:23
2014/10/29 11:23
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Gangrene, amputations and excisions: Haunting portraits of Civil War soldiers horrifically maimed on American battlefields Incredible series of portraits shows the soldiers maimed following battle...
2014/10/29 04:22
2014/10/29 04:22
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For those able, something so natural as walking is easy to take for granted. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School senior cross country runner Caroline Beakes said she’d never paid much attention to her...
2014/10/28 21:59
2014/10/28 21:59
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Former Miss. First Lady Carroll Waller dies at 87Posted: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 5:15 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 5:23 PM EDT Former Mississippi First Lady Ava Carroll Overton Waller...
2014/10/28 18:34
2014/10/28 18:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAThe writer says despite its internationally renowned beauty, Cape Town is the most segregated city he has been to. File photo: Thomas Holder Lindsay Johns is staggered by Cape Town’s...
2014/10/28 16:37
2014/10/28 16:37
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Nabil Elaraby, the Secretary-General of the League and former Egyptian foreign minister, called for efforts to be made to regain historical archives in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and other...
2014/10/28 11:57
2014/10/28 11:57
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National Library Week 2014, which began on Sunday, will be celebrated until November 2. In a two-part article reporter Bobie-Lee Dixon will highlight the special occasion as well as give closer...
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2014/10/27 19:38
2014/10/27 19:38
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Transplanted from the Philippines to New York's famous Coney Island amusement park in 1905, a band of Igorrote (Igorot) headhunters went on to tour the United States, performing mock tribal ceremonies...
2014/10/27 15:23
2014/10/27 15:23
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At Cambridge-South Dorchester High in Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Kevin Beverly noticed that a good number of his classmates did not go on to college. Beverly was guided by his mother and brother, a...
2014/10/27 13:50
2014/10/27 13:50
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Leading historian Diarmuid Ferriter calls for movement on ‘independence sales' of key 1916 Rising artifacts. He has now written an op-ed piece for the Irish Times criticising the government’s lack of...
2014/10/27 13:09
2014/10/27 13:09
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Two medical librarians from Uganda, Dr Alison Kinengyere and Ms Glorias Asiimwe, respectively Chair and Secretary of UG-AHILA, (the local country chapter of the Association for Health Information and...
2014/10/31 18:43
2014/10/31 18:43
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