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One of the last surviving Dambusters calls for a ...
One of the last surviving Dambusters calls for a special medal for those involved in the daring raid after Arctic convoy veterans get theirs Men from famous Dambuster raid have been given simple...
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As exhibition of his work opens at Tate... Did Ma...
As blockbuster exhibition of his work opens at the Tate... Did Matisse SEDUCE A NUN? Painter was rumoured to have slept with a nun at Convent of the Rosary at Vence, France where he had been...
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45 Chart Busting Cover Girls Of Top Hits Albums
... Chart Busting Cover Girls Of Top Hits Albums IN DECADES PAST, records store shelves were filled with tons of compilation records featuring top hits from various artists. The K-Tel variety always...
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The Path to Unconditional Self-Acceptance
What Determines Our Self-Acceptance (or Lack of Same) in the First Place? In general, similar to self-esteem, as children we're able to accept ourselves only to the degree we feel accepted by our...
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Yesterday’s tobacco habits
When I was a kid tobacco was very much a part of life. Men smoked everywhere except in church. There were ash trays everywhere. There were fancy, small ashtrays set on flat surfaces all over one's...
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When battles are won over body, mind
A tragic accident did not weaken Rashmi Singh’s will but she only emerged stronger Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams die, Life is a broken-winged bird, That cannot fly — Revolutionary American...
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Maggie's place is 'a home from home'
Maggie's place is 'a home from home' The radical, architect-designed building which houses Maggie's Newcastle One woman's remarkable vision is helping thousands of North-East cancer patients cope...
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Regional unrest, global downturn hit advertising ...
Regional unrest, global downturn hit advertising industry: Moutran Edmond Moutran named ‘Advertising Person of the Year’ I came, I saw, I conquered.” It took these famous words immortalized by...
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Charlotte Brontë celebrated in Google Doodle depi...
Charlotte Brontë, the English novelist, poet and the eldest of the three Bronte sisters who lived into adulthood, has been celebrated with a Google Doodle depicting her most famous novel, Jane...
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Actor's 1966 Thunderbird a star to nephew
Few things rekindle family memories quite like watching home movies. When Jim Cairo wants to relive recollections of his late great uncle, he has his pick from a plethora of major motion...
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5 Questions for Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert knows more than the country music business. Sure, the Grammy winner was named female vocalist of the year — for the fifth straight time — by the Academy of Country Music this month and...
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Animated series returns for final season Back to ...
If you watch What: “The Boondocks” Where: Cartoon Network When: Tonight at 10:30 AP Television Writer NEW YORK The brash animated se- ries “The Boondocks” returns tonight to Adult Swim for its...
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Marijuana Tourism Bringing Big Bucks To Colorado,...
Colorado has been on a Rocky Mountain high since recreational marijuana was legalized there on January 1, 2014. I’m not talking about consuming cannabis, though that may contribute, but about the...
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Tracy Smith is always surprised how much people curse when playing video games. Smith, the IU baseball coach, plays video games to escape reality. After a tough loss, or if he’s just bored during the...
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A half century of John Updike
The first of John Updike’s more than eight hundred contributions to The New Yorker was a comic poem titled “Duet, with Muffled Brake Drums,” which appeared in the issue of August 14, 1954. A short...
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Minnesotans Set to Run in Boston Marathon
Updated: 04/20/2014 10:50 PM Created: 04/20/2014 4:29 PM KSTP.com By: Leslie Dyste Monday morning, 36,000 runners will participate in The 118th Boston Marathon. That includes 615 runners from...
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David Gregory, meeting the pressure
... get it,” says Gregory, the face of the longest-running TV program in American history (founded: 1947). “Do I want to be number one in the ratings? Every week I want to be number one, and we fight...
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‘Massive open online classes’ offer college cours...
Free entertainment online is nothing new, but what if you could access a form of entertainment and enrichment over the Internet that others pay thousands of dollars for and that keeps you occupied for...
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Duke and Duchess to get rare glimpse of wet Uluru
Royal visit: Prince William and Catherine to get rare glimpse of wet Uluru By Mark Di Stefano and Anthony Stewart The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to take in the rare sight of water...
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Billy wants Perth glory
Story Tools Related Items BILLY Mehmet made some history wearing the famous claret and blue of West Ham United when he was 14. He was the youngest ever player to play in a first team match for the...
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