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The Atlantic
What the 1896 Olympics Were Likethe "salt, unplumb’d, estranging sea" to witness a match game of kottabos, say,
What the 1896 Olympics Were Like
The Atlantic / Posted 9 days ago
the "salt, unplumb’d, estranging sea" to witness a match game of kottabos, say, between Theramenes and Kritias; nay, your true pedant would almost have himself ferried over the Styx for that. However, "croquet" was a misprint for "cricket." Then... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
November 7, 2010at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11, at the VFW Hall, 232 S. Saginaw St. in St. Charles
November 7, 2010
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 11 days ago
at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11, at the VFW Hall, 232 S. Saginaw St. in St. Charles. • RETIREES of Redmonds, Singer, Controls Company, Allied Motions and Motor Products get together on the second Tuesday of each month at noon to talk of old times and... Read more
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The Seattle Times
At Oregon Shakespeare Fest, generous helpings of classics and new worksabandon its original mission: the plays of its celebrated namesake. That’s stil
At Oregon Shakespeare Fest, generous helpings of classics and new works
The Seattle Times / Posted 17 days ago
abandon its original mission: the plays of its celebrated namesake. That’s still the main draw of the Ashland, Ore., company, which has the acting and design resources no other Northwest theater can muster for the task. Under the leadership... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dr. John D. Constable, plastic surgeon honored for humanitarian work in Vietnam, dies at 88in South Vietnam for a US government agency, Dr. John D. Constable was preparin
Dr. John D. Constable, plastic surgeon honored for humanitarian work in Vietnam, dies at 88
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
in South Vietnam for a US government agency, Dr. John D. Constable was preparing to return to Boston in early 1968 when the North Vietnamese military launched the Tet Offensive. As fighting intensified, he volunteered to help at a Saigon hospital,... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Mutant mosquitoes could fight Zika in Florida, but misinformation spreads50 times with the United States oval. He is the senior scientist for the Keys p
Mutant mosquitoes could fight Zika in Florida, but misinformation spreads
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
50 times with the United States oval. He is the senior scientist for the Keys project of Oxitec, a British biotechnology company that creates genetically modified mosquitoes to combat disease-carrying ones in the wild. As a scientist, Nimmo... Read more
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The New Yorker
Love in Translationget by in everyday situations, but I can’t explain myself spontaneously and cle
Love in Translation
The New Yorker / Posted 24 days ago
get by in everyday situations, but I can’t explain myself spontaneously and clearly on a great number of subjects. This is true: like a soap-opera amnesiac, I’m at a loss to articulate things of which I do not have direct experience. Still, I’m... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Need help on a case? Call 'Batgirl'seen with three women who between 1962 and 1984 died or disappeared and are now
Need help on a case? Call 'Batgirl'
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 27 days ago
seen with three women who between 1962 and 1984 died or disappeared and are now presumed dead. Vail, who grew up 25 miles north of Starkville in the Clay County community of Montpelier, was arrested May 17 in Canyon Lake, Texas, on a murder charge... Read more
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The Space Review
Stories of cislunar suspense: Literary adventure on the near frontier (part 2(part 2)by Ken Murphy The movement of the Baby Boomer generation into position
Stories of cislunar suspense: Literary adventure on the near frontier (part 2
The Space Review / Posted 30 days ago
(part 2)by Ken Murphy The movement of the Baby Boomer generation into positions of power that began in the 1980s took full flower in the 1990s. This marked a significant shift (but not a real change) in the status quo, and there began the... Read more

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