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express
Where are they now... ? Professor Heinz Wolff THE scientist, inventor and broadcaster became well known for his TV science
Where are they now... ? Professor Heinz Wolff
express / Posted 10 hours ago
THE scientist, inventor and broadcaster became well known for his TV science shows Young Scientist Of The Year and The Great Egg Race. The scientist, inventor and broadcaster became well known for his... Read more
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The Advocate
Monsieur Hard-HeadFunny the things that jog your memory: The item below, about triangle players
Monsieur Hard-Head
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
Funny the things that jog your memory: The item below, about triangle players in bands, reminded me of the chank-a-chank bands at Fred’s Lounge in Mamou on Saturday mornings. (Triangles are found in many Cajun bands.) This then reminded me of some... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Downton Abbey' recap: Tummy troublesAt the risk of sounding insensitive, it would be kind of perfect if Lord Granth
'Downton Abbey' recap: Tummy troubles
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
At the risk of sounding insensitive, it would be kind of perfect if Lord Grantham died. Just hear me out. "Downton Abbey" has charted the slow demise of the aristocracy over six seasons; what better way to end the series than with the (literal)... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Dressing Downton' costume exhibit is a crowning moment for the Driehaus MuseumWhen Chicago's Driehaus Museum booked the exhibition "Dressing Downton: Changin
'Dressing Downton' costume exhibit is a crowning moment for the Driehaus Museum
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
When Chicago's Driehaus Museum booked the exhibition "Dressing Downton: Changing Fashion for Changing Times" for early this year, executives knew it would arrive during the sixth season of "Downton Abbey," the hit PBS historical drama that has... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
‘Conservative crackup’ has arrivedThese dire prophesies always reminded me of those "Free Beer Tomorrow" signs. A
‘Conservative crackup’ has arrived
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
These dire prophesies always reminded me of those "Free Beer Tomorrow" signs. As Annie sings, tomorrow is "always a day away." Well, thanks to Donald Trump, tomorrow may be here. There's a fierce internecine battle over whether to oppose Trump's... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Downton Abbey' recap: Tummy troublesAt the risk of sounding insensitive, it would be kind of perfect if Lord Granth
'Downton Abbey' recap: Tummy troubles
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
At the risk of sounding insensitive, it would be kind of perfect if Lord Grantham died. Just hear me out. "Downton Abbey" has charted the slow demise of the aristocracy over six seasons; what better way to end the series than with the (literal)... Read more
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New Now Next
"Downton Abbey" Recap: There Will Be Bloody VomitIt’s official. You can’t say you’ve lived until you’ve seen Donk sandblast the
"Downton Abbey" Recap: There Will Be Bloody Vomit
New Now Next / Posted 5 days ago
It’s official. You can’t say you’ve lived until you’ve seen Donk sandblast the entire family with a Category 20 hurricane of vomited stomach blood. Truly magical. It makes the six endless years we spent enduring all the Mr. Green murders and melted... Read more
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E! Online
Downton Abbey's Awkward Dinner Party Turned BloodyDownton Abbey had a right bloody dinner, like actual blood, not the English ter
Downton Abbey's Awkward Dinner Party Turned Bloody
E! Online / Posted 5 days ago
Downton Abbey had a right bloody dinner, like actual blood, not the English term "bloody." What happened? Ulcers are very serious. In the fifth episode of the final season, the Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith), Isobel (Penelope Wilton) and Cora... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
'Downton Abbey' recap: In sickness and in healthThe feels-longer-than-the-100-Years-War battle over the future of Downton's hos
'Downton Abbey' recap: In sickness and in health
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
The feels-longer-than-the-100-Years-War battle over the future of Downton's hospital rages on, and it's enough to make one sick. Or, in Robert's case, make one literally sick. In a frightening way. During another dramatic dinner party (with very... Read more
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Daily Record
John Niven on Google's paltry tax billTHEY say politics makes for strange bedfellows. That was certainly true last w
John Niven on Google's paltry tax bill
Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
THEY say politics makes for strange bedfellows. That was certainly true last week when I found myself in total agreement with the following comment about the new Google corporation tax scandal: “It has never seemed fair that some of these companies... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Do emotions trump facts?Those of us who like to believe that human beings are rational can sometimes ha
Do emotions trump facts?
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
Those of us who like to believe that human beings are rational can sometimes have a hard time trying to explain what is going on in politics. It is still a puzzle to me how millions of patriotic Americans could have voted in 2008 for a man who for 20... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Do emotions Trump facts?Today's big puzzle is how so many otherwise rational people have become enamore
Do emotions Trump facts?
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 9 days ago
Today's big puzzle is how so many otherwise rational people have become enamored of Donald Trump, projecting onto him virtues and principles that he clearly does not have, and ignoring gross defects that are all too blatant. There was a time when... Read more
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The News-Herald
Jonah Goldberg: After years of false alarms, the ‘conservative crackup’ has arrivedI’ve been hearing about the impending “conservative crackup” for nearly 25 year
Jonah Goldberg: After years of false alarms, the ‘conservative crackup’ has arrived
The News-Herald / Posted 9 days ago
I’ve been hearing about the impending “conservative crackup” for nearly 25 years. The term was coined by R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., the founder of the American Spectator. He meant that conservatism had lost its philosophical coherence. But the phrase... Read more
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Wilson County News
Editorial: Do emotions Trump facts?Thomas SowellJanuary 27, 2016 | 16 views | Post a commentThose of us who like
Editorial: Do emotions Trump facts?
Wilson County News / Posted 9 days ago
Thomas SowellJanuary 27, 2016 | 16 views | Post a commentThose of us who like to believe that human beings are rational can sometimes have a hard time trying to explain what is going on in politics. It is still a puzzle to me how millions of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Newspaper Time Capsule Uncovered During RestorationTuesday, 26 January 2016, 10:19 amPress Release: Ruapehu District CouncilThe hi
Newspaper Time Capsule Uncovered During Restoration
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 11 days ago
Tuesday, 26 January 2016, 10:19 amPress Release: Ruapehu District CouncilThe historic Colonial House in Pipiriki on the Whanganui River has given up... Read more
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Irish Examiner
A 1916 diary ... NOT in the news | Irish Examiner An ongoing and chronological look back at 1916 and some of
A 1916 diary ... NOT in the news
Irish Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
| Irish Examiner An ongoing and chronological look back at 1916 and some of the behind the scenes planning of the Rising which was certainly "NOT in the news" of the time. This week... Read more
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The Columbian
Vancouver-area residents recount childhood in England as Blitz kidsBRENDA HALL: When her younger brother misbehaved, she'd tell him that "'Hitler
Vancouver-area residents recount childhood in England as Blitz kids
The Columbian / Posted 12 days ago
BRENDA HALL: When her younger brother misbehaved, she'd tell him that "'Hitler is coming! Listen! You can hear those boots outside now, marching!' That straightened him up a bit." (Photo by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) RITA STEWART: In outlying... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lawrence of Arabia images found gathering dust in Belfast By Adrian Rutherford Lawrence of Arabia on his motorcycleAt a Paris peace co
Lawrence of Arabia images found gathering dust in Belfast
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
By Adrian Rutherford Lawrence of Arabia on his motorcycleAt a Paris peace conference in 1919With Winston Churchill Forgotten images of Lawrence of Arabia have been unearthed in Belfast. A... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
2016ers hail release of U.S. prisoners held by IranWhite House hopefuls on both sides of the political aisle on Saturday hailed th
2016ers hail release of U.S. prisoners held by Iran
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 20 days ago
White House hopefuls on both sides of the political aisle on Saturday hailed the prisoner swap between the U.S. and Iran, though Republicans said the exchange took too long and served as a reminder that the longtime U.S. foe isn't... Read more
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chad
Mansfield Town retro: Stags beat Hartlepool United to seal promotion from Division Four, 22nd April 1986STYLISH Mansfield Town turned in a superb display of attacking football as they
Mansfield Town retro: Stags beat Hartlepool United to seal promotion from Division Four, 22nd April 1986
chad / Posted 22 days ago
STYLISH Mansfield Town turned in a superb display of attacking football as they sealed promotion from Division Four with an emphatic 4-0 win against Hartlepool. The north east side sat four points behind Stags, who occupied the last promotion spot,... Read more

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