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Zero Hedge
Gavekal On The Coming Clash Of Empires: Russia's Role As A Global Game-ChangerSubmitted by Charles and Louis-Vincent Gave of Gavekal Research Carthago Est D
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
Submitted by Charles and Louis-Vincent Gave of Gavekal Research Carthago Est Delenda “Carthage must be destroyed”. Cato the elder would conclude his speeches in the Roman Senate with the admonition that salt should be spread on the ruins of Rome’s... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Long weekend movies, shows to watchMANILA, Philippines — Whether you are stying on the coach or looking for someth
Pilipino Star / Posted 4 days ago
MANILA, Philippines — Whether you are stying on the coach or looking for something to kill time on your way to a travel destination, here are some movies and shows to keep you company this coming long weekend and beyond. A new season of "A Taste of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Man’s tattoo removal gone wrongremoved Rebecca SullivanOne in seven Australians has a tattoo and more than a
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
removed Rebecca SullivanOne in seven Australians has a tattoo and more than a third regret getting inked, according to the National Health and Medical Research Council. LIKE many of the one in seven Australians who have a tattoo, Cameron*... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Man’s tattoo removal gone wrongLIKE many of the one in seven Australians who have a tattoo, Cameron* regrets g
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
LIKE many of the one in seven Australians who have a tattoo, Cameron* regrets getting inked. At 18, he got the words “Live Free” tattooed across his knuckles. Now at 27, he wants to get rid of it. More than a third of Australians regret getting... Read more
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Slate
A Female Programmer Who Worked in Tech in the ’70s on Encountering Views Like James Damore’sWho Interrupted Me Constantly to Say, ‘Gee, You Have Pretty Hair’ ”Ellen Ullman
Slate / Posted 6 days ago
Who Interrupted Me Constantly to Say, ‘Gee, You Have Pretty Hair’ ”Ellen Ullman, who worked as a computer programmer in the ’70s and ’80s, on building a career within the “boy culture” of tech. “People imagine that programming is logical, a... Read more
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The New Yorker
How Driscoll’s Reinvented the StrawberryOne foggy May morning, the Joy Makers, a team of scientists employed by Driscol
The New Yorker / Posted 6 days ago
One foggy May morning, the Joy Makers, a team of scientists employed by Driscoll’s, the world’s largest berry company, gathered at its research-and-development campus, which is known as Cassin Ranch, in the small agricultural town of Watsonville, on... Read more
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Bury Times
Why this A list fashion designer is urging you to ditch plastic bottlesbacking a new anti-pollution campaign. Henry, a former Bury Grammar School pup
Bury Times / Posted 7 days ago
backing a new anti-pollution campaign. Henry, a former Bury Grammar School pupil, is using his star status to help tackle the environmental problems caused by plastic bottles. In collaboration with BRITA and the #SwapForGood campaign, he has... Read more
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Miami New Times
Key West's Cat Man Is a Mystery"Everybody is out crying and thinking you're dead." It's not only home to Lefo
Miami New Times / Posted 7 days ago
"Everybody is out crying and thinking you're dead." It's not only home to Lefort's Cat Man, but it also helped transform the Conch Republic's capital. Patrick explained he had hired a diver to wait for him under the pier and remove the... Read more
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The Economic Times
How the nation morphed from Bharat the commodity to India the brandWhere business is without fear and the Sensex is held high, where the market is
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
Where business is without fear and the Sensex is held high, where the market is free Where the economy has not been broken up into fragments. By narrow socialist ends, where industry comes out of the clutches of licence permit raj, where endless... Read more
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The Border Mail
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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The North West Star
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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The Courier
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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The Young Witness
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Western Advocate
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Manning River Times
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Orthodontist warns on do-it-yourself bracesAustralians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing Unite
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself". Australians looking to fix their teeth have been warned against a growing United States industry of "do-it-yourself" teeth aligners... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A funeral director explains how the death industry worksA funeral director explains how Australia's death industry works Photo: Austra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
A funeral director explains how Australia's death industry works Photo: Australians are increasingly interested in music, outdoor funerals and varied orders of service. (Getty Images: Russell Underwood) It starts with a phone call. "That can be... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Raven-Symone Says Body Criticism As Child Star Caused "Mental Issues"media has made people more bold and opinionated than ever. And while that has i
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 14 days ago
media has made people more bold and opinionated than ever. And while that has its setbacks, it has also fostered a sense of community and positivity among many different groups of people. Take for instance, the body positivity movement. With more... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Medical marijuana clinics multiply in FloridaDr. Joseph Dorn watched his terminally ill patients suffer and discovered that
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
Dr. Joseph Dorn watched his terminally ill patients suffer and discovered that some of them were illegally using marijuana to alleviate their pain. He went on to become medical director of one of the handful of companies licensed to grow medical... Read more
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Digi Times
China to face environmental problems from decommissioned PV modules in 20 years, says CRESsays CRES Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Friday 4 August 2017]
Digi Times / Posted 18 days ago
says CRES Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Friday 4 August 2017] China has witnessed large-scale rollouts of PV power-generating stations and distributed PV systems, and consequently will face serious problems with environmental... Read more
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IGN
Comic Book Reviews for August 2, 2017It was another big week of comics as the industry kicked off the month of Augus
IGN / Posted 19 days ago
It was another big week of comics as the industry kicked off the month of August. DC continued "The War of Jokes and Riddles" in Batman #28. Marvel delivered the first of 10 Generations one-shots as the build-up to Marvel Legacy begins. IDW dropped a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
KAM Petitions President Kenyatta Against Ban on Plastic BagsNairobi — The Kenya Association of Manufacturers has petitioned President Uhuru
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Nairobi — The Kenya Association of Manufacturers has petitioned President Uhuru Kenyatta to lift the ban on the use, manufacture, and importation of plastic bags, arguing that it will have dangerous consequences on the economy. The ban that will... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Blow-up over ‘drastically overweight’ modelsDEBATE has erupted over whether obese models should be banned from fashion runw
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
DEBATE has erupted over whether obese models should be banned from fashion runways after doctors warned “drastically overweight” supermodels send health messages that are just as dangerous as those sent by models who are underweight. NSW’s top... Read more
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Herald Sun
Debate over ‘overweight’ modelsDEBATE has erupted over whether morbidly obese models should be banned from fas
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
DEBATE has erupted over whether morbidly obese models should be banned from fashion runways after doctors warned “drastically overweight” super models send health messages that are just as dangerous as those who are underweight. The state’s top... Read more
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Perth Now
Debate over ‘overweight’ modelsDEBATE has erupted over whether morbidly obese models should be banned from fas
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
DEBATE has erupted over whether morbidly obese models should be banned from fashion runways after doctors warned “drastically overweight” super models send health messages that are just as dangerous as those who are underweight. The state’s top... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Debate over ‘overweight’ modelsPlus-size models: ‘Extremely overweight’ models glorify obesity, health officia
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Plus-size models: ‘Extremely overweight’ models glorify obesity, health officials warn | Daily Telegraph Rosie Nelson campaigns against the skinny model images0:24 Rosie Nelson campaigns against the skinny model images Health officials worried... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
LinksHow to Clean Up Hundreds of Tons of Melted Nuclear Fuel Bloomberg […] the nati
Naked Capitalism / Posted 19 days ago
How to Clean Up Hundreds of Tons of Melted Nuclear Fuel Bloomberg […] the nation will have to devise a way to remove the highly radioactive material, a mixture of melted nuclear fuel and reactor debris known as corium. The cleanup process that may... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Debate over ‘overweight’ modelsHealth officials worried ‘extremely overweight’ models taking to the runway glo
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Health officials worried ‘extremely overweight’ models taking to the runway glorifies obesity | Daily Telegraph Rosie Nelson campaigns against the skinny model images0:24 Rosie Nelson campaigns against the skinny model images Health officials... Read more
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International Business Times
Why are endangered North Atlantic right whales dying in Canadian waters? Ten North Atlantic right whales have died in the past two months in Canada's Gu
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
Ten North Atlantic right whales have died in the past two months in Canada's Gulf of St Lawrence, making this year one of the deadliest for the endangered animal. More caracasses could exist but may not have been found yet, the group warned. The... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘She looked in her thirties’:old uses plastic surgery to avoid $3.7 million debtA Chinese woman drastically altered her appearance through plastic surgery and
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 days ago
A Chinese woman drastically altered her appearance through plastic surgery and fled across the country on a high speed train to avoid paying off her $3.7 million debt, according to state agency Xinhua. Police officers were reportedly “astonished”... Read more
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CNET
Hello iPhone 4S, so long Steve Jobs-This week on the CNET Tech Review, the iPhone 4S is here and it's not as bad a
CNET / Posted 22 days ago
-This week on the CNET Tech Review, the iPhone 4S is here and it's not as bad as we thought plus more new phones and tablets from CTIA, how to make your android phone act more like Siri and special goodbye to Steve Jobs. It's all coming up right now.... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Woman has surgery to evade $A4.7m debtA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($A4.7 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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News.com.au
Woman has surgery to evade $A4.7m debtA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($A4.7 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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asianage
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 million debtShanghai: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transforme
asianage / Posted 23 days ago
Shanghai: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Woman transforms face with plastic surgery to avoid $3.7 million debtShanghai: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transforme
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
Shanghai: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 million debt - mediaA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 24 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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dna
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 million debtA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
dna / Posted 24 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade £2.8 million debtA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan (£2.8 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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The Hindu
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 mn debt: mediaA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
The Hindu / Posted 24 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade US$3.7m debtSHANGHAI: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transforme
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
SHANGHAI: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan (US$3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the... Read more
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dna
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 million debt - mediaA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
dna / Posted 24 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade US$3.7 million debtSHANGHAI: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transforme
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
SHANGHAI: A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan (US$3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the... Read more
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The Star
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 million debtSHANGHAI (Reuters) - A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan
The Star / Posted 24 days ago
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case... Read more
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dna
Chinese woman undergoes plastic surgery to evade $3.7 mln debt - mediaA 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appe
dna / Posted 24 days ago
A 59-year old woman from the central Chinese city of Wuhan transformed her appearance through plastic surgery in order to avoid 25 million yuan ($3.71 million) of personal debts, state news agency Xinhua said. In a case highlighting the challenges... Read more
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DW
What is drawing crowds to Germany's documenta art exhibition? |The city of Kassel was initially skeptical. Would the contemporary art exhibiti
DW / Posted 25 days ago
The city of Kassel was initially skeptical. Would the contemporary art exhibition staged in the city once every five years do well this time, with Kassel sharing the 2017 edition with the Greek capital, Athens? It turned out their worries were... Read more
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Canberra Times
Murray-Darling river system is falling prey to piratesIn 2010, a group of 25 concerned citizens from the Central Coast chartered a bu
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
In 2010, a group of 25 concerned citizens from the Central Coast chartered a bus and took a journey from the source of the Murray river at Tom Groggin in the Snowy Mountains to the mouth of the Murray at Goolwah (The tragedy of the Murray-Darling... Read more
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The Age
Murray-Darling river system is falling prey to piratesIn 2010, a group of 25 concerned citizens from the Central Coast chartered a bu
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
In 2010, a group of 25 concerned citizens from the Central Coast chartered a bus and took a journey from the source of the Murray river at Tom Groggin in the Snowy Mountains to the mouth of the Murray at Goolwah (The tragedy of the Murray-Darling... Read more
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