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So Bad So Good
An In-Depth Look At The Wide World Of Knuckle Tattoos | So Bad So Good Begun in...
An In-Depth Look At The Wide World Of Knuckle Tattoos
So Bad So Good / Posted 2 days ago
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The Washington Times
SUZANNE FIELDS: Hillary Clinton must deal with woman problemVotes are stubborn little things. Votes have none of the sparkle and shine of s
SUZANNE FIELDS: Hillary Clinton must deal with woman problem
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
Votes are stubborn little things. Votes have none of the sparkle and shine of some of the campaign rhetoric. Votes don’t soar, they sink in. Votes are precious and deeply felt by the man and woman who casts one, but the candidates stop catering to... Read more
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The Record-Journal
SIGNING DAY: Wallingford’s Kyle Smith sky-high on StonehillWALLINGFORD — Two years ago, when he was the incumbent quarterback at Lyman Hal
SIGNING DAY: Wallingford’s Kyle Smith sky-high on Stonehill
The Record-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
WALLINGFORD — Two years ago, when he was the incumbent quarterback at Lyman Hall, Kyle Smith wrestled with the transfer’s dilemma: Stick with a safe, well-known path or chance uncertain, but bigger pastures? Smith chose the latter. He went off to... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 3 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or Kipling,... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 3 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or Kipling,... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
O'Sullivan takes over in the Munster hot seat30 January 2016 There was 'huge family pride' for the famed O'Sullivan family
O'Sullivan takes over in the Munster hot seat
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 7 days ago
30 January 2016 There was 'huge family pride' for the famed O'Sullivan family of Cloyne last night as Jerry O'Sullivan officially commenced his three year term as chairman of the Munster Council in the... Read more
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Santa Paula Times
Fillmore-Santa Paula Masonic Lodge No.291 2016 installationThe Fillmore-Santa Paula Masonic Lodge No.291 held their installation of 2016 o
Fillmore-Santa Paula Masonic Lodge No.291 2016 installation
Santa Paula Times / Posted 8 days ago
The Fillmore-Santa Paula Masonic Lodge No.291 held their installation of 2016 officers Saturday evening, December 12, at the Santa Paula Masonic Temple at 7th & Main. The evening was well attended with over 60 roasted chicken dinners served, after... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Lord Jeff merchandise flying off shelves amid college mascot changeAMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Amherst College is responding to criticism by changing
Lord Jeff merchandise flying off shelves amid college mascot change
WWLP Springfield / Posted 8 days ago
AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Amherst College is responding to criticism by changing their mascot. Lord Jeffery Amherst was born in 1717 and died in 1797. His last name became the name of the town, and the ‘Lord Jeff’ part was adopted as the mascot of... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Former Mt. Carmel police chief hearingThe Mount Carmel Board of Alderman heard the appeal of former Police Chief Jeff
Former Mt. Carmel police chief hearing
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 9 days ago
The Mount Carmel Board of Alderman heard the appeal of former Police Chief Jeff Jackson. He was fired by Mayor Robert Frost last month without explanation. The board voted to remove the power to hire, fire, and discipline town employees from the... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascotOne local college announced Tuesday that it will no longer affiliate itself wit
Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascot
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 10 days ago
One local college announced Tuesday that it will no longer affiliate itself with its unofficial, controversial mascot. The board of trustees of Amherst College, after much consideration, decided to do-away with 'Lord Jeff' effective... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascotOne local college announced Tuesday that it will no longer affiliate itself wit
Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascot
FOX Carolina / Posted 10 days ago
One local college announced Tuesday that it will no longer affiliate itself with its unofficial, controversial mascot. The board of trustees of Amherst College, after much consideration, decided to do-away with 'Lord Jeff' effective... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascotOne local college announced Tuesday that it will no longer affiliate itself wit
Amherst College drops Lord Jeff mascot
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 10 days ago
One local college announced Tuesday that it will no longer affiliate itself with its unofficial, controversial mascot. The board of trustees of Amherst College, after much consideration, decided to do-away with 'Lord Jeff' effective... Read more
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Santa Paula Times
City Council takes hit against medicinal marijuana with ordinanceThe City Council took a hit against medicinal marijuana in the community while
City Council takes hit against medicinal marijuana with ordinance
Santa Paula Times / Posted 11 days ago
The City Council took a hit against medicinal marijuana in the community while at the same time acknowledging the ban on cultivating, dispensing and delivering the prescribed medication could be subject to change. But it was not a joint effort: the... Read more
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The Washington Times
The Bible’s Influence: The Bible as LiteratureThere are many angles that can be pursued when thinking about the Bible as lite
The Bible’s Influence: The Bible as Literature
The Washington Times / Posted 12 days ago
There are many angles that can be pursued when thinking about the Bible as literature, but two bedrock questions underlie any discussion of the subject. Those two questions are why we should read the Bible as literature and how we should read it.... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Discomfort driving forceIt's a new year and that means new bean bag chairs. Chances are high that someo
Discomfort driving force
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
It's a new year and that means new bean bag chairs. Chances are high that someone in your office--the Chief Innovation Officer perhaps, or the Senior Motivational Poohbah--will decide that your firm is not innovative enough, not creative enough, for... Read more
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Washington City Paper
Everything You Need to Know About the New Expanded Columbia RoomDerek Brown's esteemed cocktail bar, Columbia Room, is poised to make its long-
Everything You Need to Know About the New Expanded Columbia Room
Washington City Paper / Posted 15 days ago
Derek Brown's esteemed cocktail bar, Columbia Room, is poised to make its long-awaited return on Feb. 9. The new Blagden Alley bar is divided into two main rooms: the Spirits Library, a no-reservations den with a la carte drink menu, and the Tasting... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Etisalat Prize - Not a Race for Nigerian WritersNigeria's dominance of the literary scene in Africa in terms of prizes won is n
Etisalat Prize - Not a Race for Nigerian Writers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
Nigeria's dominance of the literary scene in Africa in terms of prizes won is not in doubt. The country has won every available international prize on offer - from the Commonwealth to the Caine, the Booker and the Nobel Prize and more. But observers... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Poet lariats: Riding — and rhyming — on the rangeSure, just a week has passed since longhorn cattle moseyed through the Mile Hig
Poet lariats: Riding — and rhyming — on the range
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Sure, just a week has passed since longhorn cattle moseyed through the Mile High City to launch the National Western Stock Show, but Denver isn't the only town where cowboys are congregating this month: Ranchland rhymers are descending on Golden for... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Hear him roar: Sanders taps youthful enthusiasm in his riseSIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statemen
Hear him roar: Sanders taps youthful enthusiasm in his rise
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 16 days ago
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement - a stern, 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk - when he realized the crowd had missed one of his rare attempts at... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Hear him roar: Sanders taps youthful enthusiasm in his riseSIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statemen
Hear him roar: Sanders taps youthful enthusiasm in his rise
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 16 days ago
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement - a stern, 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk - when he realized the crowd had missed one of his rare attempts at... Read more
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ABC News
Hear Him Roar: Sanders Taps Youthful Enthusiasm in His RiseBernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement — a stern, 45-minute l
Hear Him Roar: Sanders Taps Youthful Enthusiasm in His Rise
ABC News / Posted 16 days ago
Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement — a stern, 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk — when he realized the crowd had missed one of his rare attempts at humor. "That was a joke!" he... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
For Sanders Iowa is chance to turn revolution into reality - SIOUX CITY Iowa ( — Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement — a stern 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk — when he realiz..."That was a joke!" he bellowed. Laughter briefly rippled through the audience a
For Sanders Iowa is chance to turn revolution into reality - SIOUX CITY Iowa ( — Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement — a stern 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk — when he realiz...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 16 days ago
"That was a joke!" he bellowed. Laughter briefly rippled through the audience as the Vermont senator returned to his statistic-rich pitch for increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour and breaking up big Wall Street banks. Sanders'... Read more
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Philly.com
For Sanders, Iowa is chance to turn revolution into realityWhile Sanders first garnered attention for the overflow crowds he drew around t
For Sanders, Iowa is chance to turn revolution into reality
Philly.com / Posted 17 days ago
While Sanders first garnered attention for the overflow crowds he drew around the country last summer, he's making more intimate appeals to voters in the final few days before the Iowa's Feb. 1 caucuses. On Tuesday, he slipped into a luxury bus ("You... Read more
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Daily Herald
For Sanders, Iowa is chance to turn revolution into realitySIOUX CITY, Iowa -- Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement -
For Sanders, Iowa is chance to turn revolution into reality
Daily Herald / Posted 17 days ago
SIOUX CITY, Iowa -- Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement - a stern, 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk - when he realized the crowd had missed one of his rare attempts at humor. "That... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
For Sanders, Iowa is chance to turn revolution into realitySIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statemen
For Sanders, Iowa is chance to turn revolution into reality
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 17 days ago
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Bernie Sanders was halfway through his opening statement - a stern, 45-minute lecture on domestic policy leavened with a dash of political pep talk - when he realized the crowd had missed one of his rare attempts at... Read more
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Deseret News
Edgar Allen Poe's birthday: The 34 greatest poets of all timeEdgar Allen Poe was born on this day in 1809. Poetry — one of the most importa
Edgar Allen Poe's birthday: The 34 greatest poets of all time
Deseret News / Posted 17 days ago
Edgar Allen Poe was born on this day in 1809. Poetry — one of the most important and time-honored forms of literature in the world — brought us greats like William Shakespeare and W.B. Yeats to ancient poets like Homer and Dante Alighieri to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
All those office perks? They're ruining creativity.It's a new year and that means new bean bag chairs. Chances are high that someo
All those office perks? They're ruining creativity.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
It's a new year and that means new bean bag chairs. Chances are high that someone in your office — the Chief Innovation Officer, perhaps, or the Senior Motivational Poohbah — will decide that your firm is not innovative enough, not creative enough,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
People with these names are more likely to be geniusesThe list of names which go on to be geniuses in their lifetimes has been collat
People with these names are more likely to be geniuses
Daily Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
The list of names which go on to be geniuses in their lifetimes has been collated, and it's one way parents could go to make sure they give their baby the best footing to get on in the world. Genealogy research website MooseRoots gathered 14,750... Read more
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Denver Post
Poet lariats: Riding -- and rhyming -- on the rangeSure, just a week has passed since longhorn cattle moseyed through the Mile Hig
Poet lariats: Riding -- and rhyming -- on the range
Denver Post / Posted 23 days ago
Sure, just a week has passed since longhorn cattle moseyed through the Mile High City to launch the National Western Stock Show, but Denver isn't the only town where cowboys are congregating this month: Ranchland rhymers are descending on Golden for... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Campus Life: Snapping your CU journeyBuffs, it's time to go get your photo framing on. My top-five best selfie spot
Campus Life: Snapping your CU journey
Colorado Daily / Posted 23 days ago
Buffs, it's time to go get your photo framing on. My top-five best selfie spots on campus are places that are so captivating you won't even notice you're alone. Who needs other people when you have statues and mountains? But, if you have made a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Call your kid John or Mary if you want them to be a geniusWant your child to be a genius? Call them John or Mary: Researchers reveal the
Call your kid John or Mary if you want them to be a genius
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Want your child to be a genius? Call them John or Mary: Researchers reveal the most popular names among those with high IQs MooseRoots gathered 14,750 names of academics to create their list John is the most common male genius names Mary is the... Read more
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Lowell Sun
'Joseph and his Dreamcoat' brighten LMA stageJoseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat plays Lowell Memorial Auditorium o
'Joseph and his Dreamcoat' brighten LMA stage
Lowell Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat plays Lowell Memorial Auditorium on Jan. 25. Joseph, the Old Testament hero made famous for his coat of many colors, is also a musical theater star in his own enduring show -- Joseph and the Amazing... Read more
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Daily Journal
VHS crowns Poetry Out Loud championVINELAND - Standing solo center stage, Kat Slusarczyk brought two poems to life
VHS crowns Poetry Out Loud champion
Daily Journal / Posted 24 days ago
VINELAND - Standing solo center stage, Kat Slusarczyk brought two poems to life in the Vineland High School South auditorium. A sure delivery, punctuated by subtle hand gestures, captured the attention of her audience as well as the Poetry Out Loud... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Bowie's touching letter to fan reveals why gracious musician was a true starHe was an extraordinary talent whose musical talent captured the imagination of
Bowie's touching letter to fan reveals why gracious musician was a true star
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
He was an extraordinary talent whose musical talent captured the imagination of millions and spanned generations too. The touching response sent to 14-year-old Sandra Dodd in New Mexico - shows the true essence of his affability. Performance: Bowie... Read more
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Daily Mail
Read the letter David Bowie wrote to his first American fan in 1967'Thank you for being so kind as to write to me': Letter that David Bowie penned
Read the letter David Bowie wrote to his first American fan in 1967
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
'Thank you for being so kind as to write to me': Letter that David Bowie penned to his first American fan in 1967 resurfaces 50 years later after the singer's death at age 69 The singer died on Sunday after battling liver cancer for 18 months Fans... Read more
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Daily Star
'Only I had heard of him' First fan reveals touching letter from 20-old David BowieBOWIE: Sandra Dodd, the first US fan to write to the musical maverick spoke to
'Only I had heard of him' First fan reveals touching letter from 20-old David Bowie
Daily Star / Posted 25 days ago
BOWIE: Sandra Dodd, the first US fan to write to the musical maverick spoke to us Sandra Dodd, a 14-year-old from New Mexico in the US, got hold of a copy of his first album. She liked it so much that she wrote to him and offered to start a US fan... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
The figure a shot makesIt's about trusting yourself rather than premeditating events, achieving simpli
The figure a shot makes
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 25 days ago
It's about trusting yourself rather than premeditating events, achieving simplicity in a complex environment, and finding clarity in the midst of a contest Good shot or truly great one? With something between naivety and irreverence, I have moved... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dental Speak - a Ceramic Crown That Was Snugly Fitted On New Year's EveThe patient's name was Divinity (D). She was 45 and had come all the way from M
Dental Speak - a Ceramic Crown That Was Snugly Fitted On New Year's Eve
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
The patient's name was Divinity (D). She was 45 and had come all the way from Melbourne, to attend her cousin's wedding. Having done that, she had, in view of the inability to meet the astronomical cost of dental treatment in Australia, decided to... Read more
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Daily Herald
What are our Suburban Standouts up to now?Telling the stories of outstanding young people is a privilege and a pleasure t
What are our Suburban Standouts up to now?
Daily Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Telling the stories of outstanding young people is a privilege and a pleasure that never fails to inspire in both big and small ways. We have profiled scores of them since the Suburban Standouts column launched in 2011, and most have gone on to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Opposition to All Things Government Is a Luxury That We Simply Can't AffordAs the American poet Robert Frost reminds us, "... anything more than the truth
Opposition to All Things Government Is a Luxury That We Simply Can't Afford
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
As the American poet Robert Frost reminds us, "... anything more than the truth would have seemed too weak..." Because I belong neither to the ruling party nor to the opposition, I struggle to see them objectively. For you merely weaken your case... Read more
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Vineyard Gazette
Following the Language to Open Up New RoadsIn her new book of poetry Easinesses Found, Fan Ogilvie uses language to tap in
Following the Language to Open Up New Roads
Vineyard Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
In her new book of poetry Easinesses Found, Fan Ogilvie uses language to tap into a current of consciousness. The West Tisbury poet laureate for three years beginning in 2009, Mrs. Ogilvie has taught and organized poetry events on the Vineyard,... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Challenge Center Teacher Honored With GiftsYou don't need a million dollar donation to put a smile on a teacher's face. O
Challenge Center Teacher Honored With Gifts
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 28 days ago
You don't need a million dollar donation to put a smile on a teacher's face. On Friday, Life 96.5 and Vern Eide surprised a Sioux Falls teacher with a $500 gift card and a basket stuffed with gifts. This is the second month the businesses have come... Read more
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J Weekly
two views | It will protect Israel from existential threatsReltated stories: In 1914, Robert Frost published his poem “Mending Wall,” whe
two views | It will protect Israel from existential threats
J Weekly / Posted 29 days ago
Reltated stories: In 1914, Robert Frost published his poem “Mending Wall,” where he coined the maxim “Good fences make good neighbors.” Those were the days of World War I, when it was perceived that the best way to safeguard international relations... Read more
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The Daily Review
Discovery Bay teen ordered to stand trial in stabbing death of 9-oldPITTSBURG -- A Contra Costa judge on Wednesday ordered William Shultz to stand
Discovery Bay teen ordered to stand trial in stabbing death of 9-old
The Daily Review / Posted 30 days ago
PITTSBURG -- A Contra Costa judge on Wednesday ordered William Shultz to stand trial in the stabbing death of a 9-year-old Discovery Bay boy, but did not find enough evidence to support the special circumstance of lying in wait. Shultz, 19, is... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Discovery Bay teen ordered to stand trial in stabbing death of 9-oldPITTSBURG -- A Contra Costa judge on Wednesday ordered William Shultz to stand
Discovery Bay teen ordered to stand trial in stabbing death of 9-old
Inside Bay Area / Posted 30 days ago
PITTSBURG -- A Contra Costa judge on Wednesday ordered William Shultz to stand trial in the stabbing death of a 9-year-old Discovery Bay boy, but did not find enough evidence to support the special circumstance of lying in wait. Shultz, 19, is... Read more
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