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2014/12/21 00:51
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There’s a question for everyone in our family-sized festive trivia test Christmas traditions 1. Britain got its first Christmas card in 1843. Why did it land its printer in hot water? a) He tried...
2014/12/21 00:51
2014/12/21 00:51
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2014/12/16 23:12
2014/12/16 23:12
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Interview with the honorable Senator Richard Black, Commonwealth of Virginia State Senate As I wrote a few months ago, surfing the net sometimes one can happen to come across documents that leave the...
2014/12/10 20:21
2014/12/10 20:21
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Hundreds of ancient artifacts found buried in garden of Rome's British embassy: Building once used by Gestapo to open museum of antiquities after amazing find Collection of 350 ancient Roman statues...
2014/12/08 06:13
2014/12/08 06:13
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Harpenden author plots her latest murder mystery Environmental campaigner Carol Hedges has taken time off from her workload in Harpenden to produce a new novel. To send a link to this page you must...
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2014/12/05 02:07
2014/12/05 02:07
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THIS WEEK: Dec. 5 to 11, 2014 White Christmas, a musical based on the 1954 classic film performed by the Pennsylvania Theatre of Performing Arts. J.J. Ferrara Center, 212 W. Broad St., Hazleton....
2014/12/03 23:01
2014/12/03 23:01
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Heritage Services will open Omaha’s first digital library, providing open access to technology for all next fall. The digital library will be located at 72nd and Dodge streets and will provide users...
2014/12/02 12:26
2014/12/02 12:26
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FROM the spires of Truro Cathedral, to the rose window of Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM), the South West boasts some of the finest medieval-style architecture in Britain – yet these...
2014/11/30 03:09
2014/11/30 03:09
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I am considerably relieved, therefore, to find that her latest historical work, a 50-minute mini-drama entitled The King's Kilt, is a delightfully witty, topical comedy about Sir Walter...
2014/11/30 01:45
2014/11/30 01:45
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ROBERT Burns was harassed on his death bed by a tailor who insisted on payment for a military uniform, forcing the poet to beg friends to pay the bill rather than leave his ­family in debt according...
2014/11/29 10:09
2014/11/29 10:09
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RUTH DAVIDSON LEADER OF THE SCOTTISH CONSERVATIVES Sarah Waters writes wonderfully and evocatively of the times in which she sets her books. Her attention to detail is superb. When she burst onto...
2014/11/27 10:24
2014/11/27 10:24
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In These Times: Living in Britain Through Napoleon’s Wars, 1793-1815 Jenny Uglow Faber & Faber, 740pp, £25 “Jane Austen never heard the cannon roar at Waterloo,” wrote Virginia Woolf in 1940. Nor...
2014/11/25 03:09
2014/11/25 03:09
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The King's Kilt Oran Mor, Glasgow Mary Brennan Just like the kilt that eventually spanned George IV's girth, a lot of chequered material has gone into accounts of his historic visit to Scotland in...
2014/11/24 09:02
2014/11/24 09:02
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... what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive!” – Sir Walter Scott It really should not have been a revelation that the plan to establish a huge government health care...
2014/11/23 21:31
2014/11/23 21:31
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An 87-year-old Bradenton resident received his second Purple Heart 63 years after serving in the Korean War. Walter Scott Blomely was pinned during a Friday ceremony by U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan. The...
2014/11/22 16:33
2014/11/22 16:33
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Q. Which book/author should be banned? A. I would not like to choose a book based on hearsay. None of the books or authors I’ve read so far would be candidates for being banned. Q. Which book/author...
2014/11/20 18:59
2014/11/20 18:59
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Anxious relatives waited for them in Tiruchi The five Indian fishermen freed by Sri Lanka after President Mahinda Rajapaksa commuted their death sentence arrived in India on Thursday, but not to the...
2014/12/21 00:51
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