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Market Watch
German consumer confidence set to rise: GfKmonthly survey on Friday. Economists in The Wall Street Journal's poll had fore
German consumer confidence set to rise: GfK
Market Watch / Posted 7 hours ago
monthly survey on Friday. Economists in The Wall Street Journal's poll had forecast a 10.0 points reading for next month. "The Brits' decision to leave the European Union only seems to have caused temporary uncertainty among German consumers," GfK... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Olympic silver medallist Alexander Hill makes brief Riverland stopovermakes you want to strive again," he said. "Two of my crew members have now got
Olympic silver medallist Alexander Hill makes brief Riverland stopover
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
makes you want to strive again," he said. "Two of my crew members have now got two silver medals, so I don't think they are going to be content with that. "We will try to take it to the Brits again, hopefully come back bigger and better in To... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: Dental flossing, to rot or notbad teeth, so it is little wonder that the British tabloid press seized on a re
Hamilton: Dental flossing, to rot or not
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 18 hours ago
bad teeth, so it is little wonder that the British tabloid press seized on a recent story that dental flossing, of which the Brits have historically done precious little, is a waste of time. Au contraire. Dental flossing is a potent weapon... Read more
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Boston Herald
Donald Trump will, like Nigel Farage, bring a new revolutionfact, he stumped with Trump in Jackson, Miss., last night to help him along thi
Donald Trump will, like Nigel Farage, bring a new revolution
Boston Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
fact, he stumped with Trump in Jackson, Miss., last night to help him along this revolutionary road. Farage’s message: If the Brits voted for change, why can’t Americans? Don’t underestimate those fed up with elite globalists who perpetuate the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Gold Wins In Three Out Of Four Scenarios, Macquarie Warns "None Of Them Are Good For The Economy"cure...anyone remember what kick off the Revolutionary war…it was gold…the US w
Gold Wins In Three Out Of Four Scenarios, Macquarie Warns "None Of Them Are Good For The Economy"
Zero Hedge / Posted 23 hours ago
cure...anyone remember what kick off the Revolutionary war…it was gold…the US was thriving using their own paper currency…The Brits could not control that, so they said OK use your own money to trade if you like, but you have to pay your taxes in... Read more
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Mashable
Nigel Farage showed up at a Donald Trump rally and people wondered who he wasvote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me!” One woman said she had learned of hi
Nigel Farage showed up at a Donald Trump rally and people wondered who he was
Mashable / Posted yesterday
vote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me!” One woman said she had learned of him in the lead-up to the rally, and the other said, “He’s from the Brits. That’s all I know.” Other Trump supporters interviewed by Sky News also didn't know who h... Read more
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Boston Herald
Cohen: Donald Trump will, like Farage, bring a new revolutionfact, he stumped with Trump in Jackson, Miss., last night to help him along thi
Cohen: Donald Trump will, like Farage, bring a new revolution
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
fact, he stumped with Trump in Jackson, Miss., last night to help him along this revolutionary road. Farage’s message: If the Brits voted for change, why can’t Americans? Don’t underestimate those fed up with elite globalists who perpetuate the... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Beer Debunkedintellectuals. Beer is best ice-cold. Again, wrong. But so are the folks who s
Beer Debunked
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted yesterday
intellectuals. Beer is best ice-cold. Again, wrong. But so are the folks who say that it should be served "warm," like the Brits do it. Crappy beer should be ice-cold; that's because the colder it is, the more the flaws and defects in the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Team Great Britain provided identical luggage to all Olympic athletesprovided bags for their athletes and somehow didn't anticipate the trouble with
Team Great Britain provided identical luggage to all Olympic athletes
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
provided bags for their athletes and somehow didn't anticipate the trouble with every item looking exactly the same. When the Brits returned to London from the Rio Olympics, they were met with a sea of identical red luggage. "Finding my bag could... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Tourists flocking to these places to avoid terrorism riskstour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor
Tourists flocking to these places to avoid terrorism risks
KTVZ Bend / Posted yesterday
tour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor of European destinations, said Tipton. But the Brits aren't alone. "The Germans, the Scandinavians and the Dutch (have done the same) and that's put a massive amount... Read more
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ORF Wien
Boris Beckers Tochter modelt in WienOut (VFNO) am 7. September auf. Außerdem zeigt die Designerin Lena Hoschek im G
Boris Beckers Tochter modelt in Wien
ORF Wien / Posted yesterday
Out (VFNO) am 7. September auf. Außerdem zeigt die Designerin Lena Hoschek im Goldenen Quartier ihre aktuelle Kollektion „The Brits“. Anna Ermakova-Becker, Tochter des deutschen Ex-Tennisprofis Boris Becker, modelt bei einem Shoppingevent am 7.... Read more
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SportsFan
Aussie athletes call for more fundingraise an additional $475 million for their athletes in the lead up to the Games
Aussie athletes call for more funding
SportsFan / Posted 2 days ago
raise an additional $475 million for their athletes in the lead up to the Games. In the wake of hosting the 2012 Games, the Brits claimed 67 medals, including 27 gold in Rio to wrap up their best Olympics in 108 years. Another option suggested... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mark Orams: Next Olympic event - Improving faster than rivalsOlympics four years earlier. New Zealand track cycling improved on its London
Mark Orams: Next Olympic event - Improving faster than rivals
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Olympics four years earlier. New Zealand track cycling improved on its London times and performances, but not as much as the Brits. So it's not just improvement that's important, but improving faster than everyone else. Interestingly New... Read more
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express
Bitter EU nations hit out at Britain’s Olympic success in criticism of training programmesathlet The newspaper said the velodrome success “has led its rivals to wonder
Bitter EU nations hit out at Britain’s Olympic success in criticism of training programmes
express / Posted 2 days ago
athlet The newspaper said the velodrome success “has led its rivals to wonder if there isn’t something fishy going on with the Brits”. Not content with shooting down the cyclists, the German newspaper in a scathing article headlined “No... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Ditch the Democratsbludgeoned wholesale. They band together as "the people". That is why Jeremy Co
Ditch the Democrats
Op-Ed News / Posted 2 days ago
bludgeoned wholesale. They band together as "the people". That is why Jeremy Corbyn got elected and Bernie Sanders did not. The Brits understood their power. If you are not aware that Sanders won the Democratic nomination and that it was stolen... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mark Orams: Next Olympic event - Improving faster than rivalsOlympics four years earlier. New Zealand track cycling improved on its London
Mark Orams: Next Olympic event - Improving faster than rivals
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Olympics four years earlier. New Zealand track cycling improved on its London times and performances, but not as much as the Brits. So it's not just improvement that's important, but improving faster than everyone else. Interestingly New... Read more
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Namibia Economist
How Britain (population: 65m) beat China (population: 1.4 billion) in the Olympicslift Team GB to third in the world, with as many first-place finishes as France
How Britain (population: 65m) beat China (population: 1.4 billion) in the Olympics
Namibia Economist / Posted 2 days ago
lift Team GB to third in the world, with as many first-place finishes as France, Germany and Japan combined. Few expected the Brits to repeat that performance in Rio, if only because such a feat was unprecedented. Host nations typically enjoy an... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Jayne Dawson: I hate the big chill and I’m not talking about winterthing to do is stand back, stay cool, don’t join in with the riotous rabble. T
Jayne Dawson: I hate the big chill and I’m not talking about winter
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 2 days ago
thing to do is stand back, stay cool, don’t join in with the riotous rabble. The trouble is, no one has explained this to the Brits on holiday in Benidorm. Video footage shows them throwing their dignity, their clothes and everything else to the... Read more
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walesonline
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 lineup: The full list of this year's contestantsanchor for ITV2’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now and this year hosted o
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 lineup: The full list of this year's contestants
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
anchor for ITV2’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now and this year hosted online coverage for the BAFTAs and fronted The Brits Are Coming on ITV. Quote: “I have watched Strictly and been obsessed with the show since series 1. "It’s an... Read more
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International Business Times
Strictly 2016 full line up: From Olympic champion Greg Rutherford to Ed Balls, see what's in storehonoured to be asked" to take part. She has anchored the likes of ITV2's I'm A
Strictly 2016 full line up: From Olympic champion Greg Rutherford to Ed Balls, see what's in store
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
honoured to be asked" to take part. She has anchored the likes of ITV2's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now and fronted The Brits Are Coming on ITV.5. Ore Oduba, 29Ore Oduba gets his dancing shoes on for StrictlyGetty Ore is a sports... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Full Strictly Come Dancing 2016 line up revealedhas fronted ITV2’’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now. This year she hoste
Full Strictly Come Dancing 2016 line up revealed
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
has fronted ITV2’’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now. This year she hosted online coverage for the BAFTAs and fronted The Brits Are Coming on ITV. Laura got her big break on MTV and has interviewed some of music’s biggest stars, including... Read more
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The Visayan Daily Star
Come to think of itThe Filipino driver who never thought of it that way, that courtesy and manners
Come to think of it
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
The Filipino driver who never thought of it that way, that courtesy and manners can exist while driving, was flabbergasted. The Brits flash their headlights to give way. This concept of giving way and voluntarily giving way on the road instantly... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
2016 Rio Olympics Ratings: Millennials, Snapchat Aren’t the Problemthan doubled the number of medals of its nearest competitor, Great Britain. Our
2016 Rio Olympics Ratings: Millennials, Snapchat Aren’t the Problem
Houston Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
than doubled the number of medals of its nearest competitor, Great Britain. Our athletes nabbed 19 more gold medals than the Brits. In 2012, China was hot on the U.S.’s heels, ending the competition with 38 gold medals to our 46. Russia had 21... Read more
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Namibia Economist
How Britain (population: 65m) beat China (population: 1.4 billion) in the Olympicslift Team GB to third in the world, with as many first-place finishes as France
How Britain (population: 65m) beat China (population: 1.4 billion) in the Olympics
Namibia Economist / Posted 3 days ago
lift Team GB to third in the world, with as many first-place finishes as France, Germany and Japan combined. Few expected the Brits to repeat that performance in Rio, if only because such a feat was unprecedented. Host nations typically enjoy an... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Whirled Politics: Would you rather be Trumped or Pillaried?Germany into a European Islamic Caliphate. The EU appears more likely than ever
Whirled Politics: Would you rather be Trumped or Pillaried?
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
Germany into a European Islamic Caliphate. The EU appears more likely than ever to self-destruct along with her now that the Brits pulled the plug at the center of the cess pool, giving rise to other European nations to do likewise. All this... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Tourists are flocking to these places to avoid terrorism riskstour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor
Tourists are flocking to these places to avoid terrorism risks
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
tour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor of European destinations, said Tipton. But the Brits aren’t alone. “The Germans, the Scandinavians and the Dutch [have done the same] and that’s put a massive amount... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Tourists flocking to these places to avoid terrorism riskstour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor
Tourists flocking to these places to avoid terrorism risks
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 days ago
tour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor of European destinations, said Tipton. But the Brits aren't alone. "The Germans, the Scandinavians and the Dutch [have done the same] and that's put a massive amount... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Tourists flocking to these places to avoid terrorism riskstour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor
Tourists flocking to these places to avoid terrorism risks
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 3 days ago
tour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor of European destinations, said Tipton. But the Brits aren't alone. "The Germans, the Scandinavians and the Dutch [have done the same] and that's put a massive amount... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Tourists are flocking to these places to avoid terrorism riskstour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor
Tourists are flocking to these places to avoid terrorism risks
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 4 days ago
tour operators have shifted their service away from places like Egypt in favor of European destinations, said Tipton. But the Brits aren't alone. "The Germans, the Scandinavians and the Dutch [have done the same] and that's put a massive amount... Read more
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Boston Herald
Luke DeCock: It’s the athletes we’ll remember, not Rio’s issuespool turned an opaque green, which pretty much summed up Rio’s approach to the
Luke DeCock: It’s the athletes we’ll remember, not Rio’s issues
Boston Herald / Posted 4 days ago
pool turned an opaque green, which pretty much summed up Rio’s approach to the games. As feared, there were muggings — the Brits and Australians ended up banned from the beaches after dark — and a media bus got shot up (or hit by rocks, per the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Never apologise for Olympic love - the beauty of life lies in sportgloriously unlikely, or Mo Farah for being gloriously certain. Or maybe it was
Never apologise for Olympic love - the beauty of life lies in sport
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
gloriously unlikely, or Mo Farah for being gloriously certain. Or maybe it was the extraordinary team-handed brilliance of the Brits in the velodrome. This is an arena in which the Brits have conquered the world: are there really people out there... Read more
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Newser
10 Best Olympic Momentsshowed true Olympic spirit—and won Fair Play awards—by helping each other after
10 Best Olympic Moments
Newser / Posted 4 days ago
showed true Olympic spirit—and won Fair Play awards—by helping each other after a tumble in the women's 5,000 meters. The Brits who are being called the best couple. Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh not only became the first same-sex married... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Our writers pick their favourite moment in Brazilrider's team pursuit quartet trailed Australia's chain gang for all but the las
Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Our writers pick their favourite moment in Brazil
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
rider's team pursuit quartet trailed Australia's chain gang for all but the last three laps of a stupendous race, but the Brits paced their ride perfectly and overhauled the old penal colony in the nick of time to send Allez Wiggo into Olympic... Read more
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The Register
Paper mountain, hidden Brexit: How'd you say immigration control would work?see why despite already qualifying for permanent residence these people could b
Paper mountain, hidden Brexit: How'd you say immigration control would work?
The Register / Posted 4 days ago
see why despite already qualifying for permanent residence these people could be a kind of bargaining chip.What about all the Brits abroad? UK citizens elsewhere in the EU have precisely the same rights as EU citizens in the UK, and both groups... Read more
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Daily Star
Mo, Muzza, Kenny and Wiggo: Team GB stars revel in greatest ever Gameswill bring 67 medals home with them, two better than their previous best of 65
Mo, Muzza, Kenny and Wiggo: Team GB stars revel in greatest ever Games
Daily Star / Posted 4 days ago
will bring 67 medals home with them, two better than their previous best of 65 in London. Finishing second – above China – the Brits smashed rivals France, Germany and Australia. STARS: Team GB's heroes pose with their gold medals Not just that,... Read more
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CNET
Japanese Prime Minister dons Super Mario disguise at the Olympicsworld's greatest and most underrated athletes. America showed that it could st
Japanese Prime Minister dons Super Mario disguise at the Olympics
CNET / Posted 4 days ago
world's greatest and most underrated athletes. America showed that it could still beat China on occasion. Goodness, even the Brits beat China. The closing ceremony often offers fine moment too, as the host nation begins to breathe a sigh of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Britons swooned over Majorca - now they better learn to love MargateBritish pound is at a three-decade low against the dollar and has also slumped
Britons swooned over Majorca - now they better learn to love Margate
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
British pound is at a three-decade low against the dollar and has also slumped against the euro and Asian currencies. But the Brits may be their own best customers. This may be a fine time for foreigners shopping for discounts in the United... Read more
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give me sport
Team GB's five most iconic moments from historic Rio 2016Games when GB came ahead of all but America in the medals table. We take a loo
Team GB's five most iconic moments from historic Rio 2016
give me sport / Posted 4 days ago
Games when GB came ahead of all but America in the medals table. We take a look back at five of the most iconic events for the Brits in Brazil. Article continues below Max Whitlock was happy with a bronze medal after his first event, but that was... Read more
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The News & Observer
It’s the athletes we’ll remember, not Rio’s issues – DeCockpool turned an opaque green, which pretty much summed up Rio's approach to the
It’s the athletes we’ll remember, not Rio’s issues – DeCock
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
pool turned an opaque green, which pretty much summed up Rio's approach to the games. As feared, there were muggings – the Brits and Australians ended up banned from the beaches after dark – and a media bus got shot up (or hit by rocks, per the... Read more
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SportsFan
Mind the gap - Brits widen the gulfAustralia had a host of gold medal favourites crumble and world champions not p
Mind the gap - Brits widen the gulf
SportsFan / Posted 4 days ago
Australia had a host of gold medal favourites crumble and world champions not perform on the Olympic stage, the Brits peaked at the right time and lived up to expectation. Fourteen of their gold medallists defended their titles from... Read more
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express
Great Britain's best ever Olympics - Here are the good, the bad and the bizarre from Riofor Team GB. And it was hard to disagree. Everywhere you looked, there were so
Great Britain's best ever Olympics - Here are the good, the bad and the bizarre from Rio
express / Posted 4 days ago
for Team GB. And it was hard to disagree. Everywhere you looked, there were some stunning individual performances from the Brits. Mo Farah retained the long-distance double-double. Adam Peaty lived up to all the expectations and hype by winning... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Hometown hero Isaquias Queiroz becomes first Brazilian to earn three medals in same Games200m Liam Heath was full of elation after crossing the finish line and confirm
Hometown hero Isaquias Queiroz becomes first Brazilian to earn three medals in same Games
WWLP Springfield / Posted 4 days ago
200m Liam Heath was full of elation after crossing the finish line and confirmed his first place finish. He continued the Brits reign in the K1 200m and became an Olympic champion. Heath has had a very successful Rio Games; he won silver in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Heather du Plessis-Allan: It's a New World Orderwith immigrants, refugees, or people who aren't white. Canada will have to star
Heather du Plessis-Allan: It's a New World Order
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
with immigrants, refugees, or people who aren't white. Canada will have to start driving on the left-hand side of the road. The Brits will start measuring in kilometres. The benefits are obvious to a small country like ours but what's in it for... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Defence Secy earns plaudits for health initiativeWhen the United Kingdom decided, by a narrow margin in popular vote, to exit fr
Defence Secy earns plaudits for health initiative
Sunday Observer / Posted 5 days ago
When the United Kingdom decided, by a narrow margin in popular vote, to exit from the European Union, it became clear to the Brits that breaking away could not be as simple as the 'Yes' or 'No' vote in the referendum. The 'Brexit' will require a... Read more
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walesonline
Non Stanford agonisingly misses out on Rio 2016 Olympics bronzeout onto the eight-lap 40km bike course. Despite hitting transition with the l
Non Stanford agonisingly misses out on Rio 2016 Olympics bronze
walesonline / Posted 5 days ago
out onto the eight-lap 40km bike course. Despite hitting transition with the leading group, Jenkins was the first of the Brits to fall away, quickly slipping almost a minute behind the leading pack which included Stanford, Holland and... Read more
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Auto Spies
PEBBLE BEACH: It's HERE! Aston Martin Unveils The Latest Zagato Family Member — Vanquish Volantebeauty is in the eye of the beholder. That said, Aston has been working with Za
PEBBLE BEACH: It's HERE! Aston Martin Unveils The Latest Zagato Family Member — Vanquish Volante
Auto Spies / Posted 5 days ago
beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That said, Aston has been working with Zagato for years to rebody and improve upon the Brits' already stunning design. In recent years we've seen the V12 Vantage Zagato and this year we saw the release of... Read more
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USA Today
Field hockey players become first openly gay married couple to win goldshootout followed, in which Helen scored with a decisive penalty stroke before
Field hockey players become first openly gay married couple to win gold
USA Today / Posted 6 days ago
shootout followed, in which Helen scored with a decisive penalty stroke before the heroics of goalkeeper Maddie Hinch gave the Brits a cushion and Hollie Webb made the winning strike. And so history was created. It was the first time it happened.... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Field hockey players become first openly gay married couple to win goldshootout followed, in which Helen scored with a decisive penalty stroke before
Field hockey players become first openly gay married couple to win gold
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 6 days ago
shootout followed, in which Helen scored with a decisive penalty stroke before the heroics of goalkeeper Maddie Hinch gave the Brits a cushion and Hollie Webb made the winning strike. And so history was created. It was the first time it happened.... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Field hockey players become first openly gay married couple to win goldshootout followed, in which Helen scored with a decisive penalty stroke before
Field hockey players become first openly gay married couple to win gold
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 6 days ago
shootout followed, in which Helen scored with a decisive penalty stroke before the heroics of goalkeeper Maddie Hinch gave the Brits a cushion and Hollie Webb made the winning strike. And so history was created. It was the first time it happened.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
English bubbly: U.K.’s splash into the sparkling wine marketChampagne? Since a lot of people aren’t familiar with English fizz, this might
English bubbly: U.K.’s splash into the sparkling wine market
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Champagne? Since a lot of people aren’t familiar with English fizz, this might come as a surprise – especially considering the Brits didn’t even come up with their own word for “terroir.” Looking at a map, though, it’s easy to see why bubbles are a... Read more
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