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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Inside the Chamber column: Inbound travel to Colorado“Why, then, the world’s mine oyster, which I, with sword will open.” This phras
Inside the Chamber column: Inbound travel to Colorado
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 6 days ago
“Why, then, the world’s mine oyster, which I, with sword will open.” This phrase first appeared in William Shakespeare’s play “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” published in 1602. In this comedy, the character Pistol uses the expression as a metaphor to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the timesafter the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instruc
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the times
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
after the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instructor, Herman Koehler, as its “Master of the Sword.” As the new head of West Point’s Department of Physical Education, Koehler focused on gymnastics as a key element for... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the timesafter the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instruc
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the times
Connecticut Post / Posted 19 days ago
after the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instructor, Herman Koehler, as its “Master of the Sword.” As the new head of West Point’s Department of Physical Education, Koehler focused on gymnastics as a key element for... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the timesafter the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instruc
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the times
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
after the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instructor, Herman Koehler, as its “Master of the Sword.” As the new head of West Point’s Department of Physical Education, Koehler focused on gymnastics as a key element for... Read more
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Business Insider
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the timesafter the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instruc
Here’s how the US Army's fitness standards have changed with the times
Business Insider / Posted 19 days ago
after the Civil War, the USMA appointed its first pedagogically-trained instructor, Herman Koehler, as its “Master of the Sword.” As the new head of West Point’s Department of Physical Education, Koehler focused on gymnastics as a key element for... Read more
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examiner.com
Contemporary and timeless 'Our Kind of Traitor' is our kind of spy thrillerupper echelons of the organization, Dima introduces us to “The Prince” whose MO
Contemporary and timeless 'Our Kind of Traitor' is our kind of spy thriller
examiner.com / Posted 24 days ago
upper echelons of the organization, Dima introduces us to “The Prince” whose MO is to gift those he views as enemies with a pearl-handled pistol which he then retrieves later after these targets are killed. And Dima is on point as the next recipient... Read more
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Herald Sun
21 Things On In VictoriaHeights magician Lee Cohen will be teaching magic at The Channel in the Arts Ce
21 Things On In Victoria
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Heights magician Lee Cohen will be teaching magic at The Channel in the Arts Centre. 4. SWORDS AND SAKE I was in a Harajuku skate shop a few years ago and clumsily knocked over a rack of boards. It was loud. To... Read more

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