Middle Ages

The Prince of Wales still has no official investiture planned during a visit to the Welsh Parliament | Entertainment

The Prince of Wales has still not scheduled an investiture amid his visit to the Senedd in Wales. Kensington Palace has confirmed there will be no official ceremony for Prince William as the 40-year-old royal – who is the first to ascend the British throne – met with the four …

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African Renaissance, Regionalism And The AfCFTA In The Context Of African Unification | The journalist

Often political discourse in Africa is dominated by a sea of ​​slogans. These words have the ability to inspire others by evoking a positive emotional response; however, words without deeds are meaningless, and we rarely get clarity on the definition of these buzzwords. Some of the terms widely used by …

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Netflix Might Finally Do Justice For Stephen King’s Most ‘Unfilmable’ Epic

Tiredness: The Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe. Cable ? Netflix’s Mike Flanaverse. If you haven’t heard of Mike Flanagan, you’re probably not a fan of scary stories. The spooky series author joined the ranks of modern horror masters shortly after launching his first Netflix project, a Stephen …

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Student loan debt is a crucial issue for the midterm elections

According to a dashboard created by Axios to show the most frequently searched topics ahead of this month’s midterm elections, student loan debt was the 10th most popular point of interest behind questions such as jobs, taxes, guns and wages. Considering President Biden introduced a student loan forgiveness program that …

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The hit film Return to Dust has disappeared from Chinese cinemas. Why?

What you are reading now should have been an interview with Li Ruijun. The acclaimed Chinese director has a beautiful new film coming out in the UK, back to dust, a hard and tender love story between a couple of peasants in the province of Gansu, near the Mongolian border. …

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Diabetes: 5 Natural Ways to Prevent Diabetes Before It Happens | Health

Given the rapid rise in diabetes cases, the deadly disease could soon become epidemic. Among the various underlying causes of diabetes in young and middle-aged people, poor eating habits and sedentary lifestyle are the main culprits. In many cases, it gives rise to diabesity (diabetes and obesity) which significantly affects …

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Archaeologists unearth nearly 300 medieval skeletons in Wales

Researchers believe this site in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, may have once been the lost medieval nunnery of St. Savior. Dyfed Archaeological TrustIt is rare for finds of this magnitude to occur in urban areas, the team said. A team of researchers excavating the site of a former department store discovered several …

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Ancient monkey soldiers? The Romans buried a Barbary ape with military offerings

The military of many countries past and present have used animals in their work. Whether using horses to transport men or dogs to track and patrol, the use of animals has been prominent throughout military history. But what about monkeys? Archaeologists in Europe and the UK recently discovered the remains …

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The Texan outsider is turning Parisian fashion upside down

Rarely is a fashion house better known for what it does today than it was a century ago. Dior, Chanel and Balenciaga are among the famous Parisian fashion brands to tap into their significant couture heritage to validate what they do now. Much less known, however, is Elsa Schiaparelli, who …

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This $2.1million house full of wood may be Toronto’s weirdest

While Toronto is certainly brimming with its fair share of weird old homes to complement the seemingly endless cookie-cutter new condo builds, one particularly peculiar home has just popped up on the market, although you have to go to the inside (and back) to see what makes it so unique. …

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An Assurance Vie opens the doors to flexible borrowing in France

A Lombard loan (lombard credit), a loan contracted on liquidities, is an effective means of financing projects. These types of loans first appeared in the Italian region of Lombardy in the Middle Ages, reflecting the type of borrowing with which merchants were engaged. Take advantage of the private banking system …

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Virginia Beach City colleges keep a book on teaching masturbation in the library

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia—Virginia Beach City Public Schools has decided to keep a book teaching about masturbation and gender identity in their college libraries. While the book was in two college libraries when it was challenged in July, a third college acquired it and featured it in the newly added book …

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Why did Laena commit suicide?

Dragon House Episode 6 brought a shocking turn of events to many aspects of HBO’s ongoing fantasy series, including an unexpected death. But why did Laena commit suicide in Dragon Houseand was her fate the same in the source material, or is it another unnecessary death for a female character? …

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Russian diamond ban ‘would cost 10,000 jobs’, Antwerp says

As the European Commission considers adding Russian diamonds to a new sanctions package, the Belgian diamond industry is concerned about massive job losses. Asked by EUobserver if he would personally buy a Russian diamond for his girlfriend, a lobbyist in the diamond district of Antwerp hesitated for a long time. …

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Why you will fall in love with Gualdo Tadino, Italy

All year round, young and old at Gualdo Tadino prepare for the annual Giochi de le Porte. divided into four rioniwith each section of the city surrounding a different city gate, the citizens of this medieval Italian city in the heart of Umbria are gearing up for 3 days of …

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Nightmares in adulthood linked to increased risk of dementia

At some point in their lives, almost everyone has experienced the occasional nightmare. New research from the University of Birmingham published in the journal LANCET ECMedicineClinical suggests that frequent bad dreams in middle age may be a sign of the possible onset of future cognitive decline and dementia years or …

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The tradition of Rosh Hashana – the apples – shines in the cake

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, begins on Sunday evening, and the people in my house would be pretty rude if I skipped the chest or the traditional holiday kugel. But I also like to change certain dishes, such as side dishes and desserts. In many homes, honey cake is …

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Late-onset SLE case highlights possibilities of unusual presentation

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is most commonly associated with middle-aged and younger women, but a new case report highlights the fact that some patients develop the disease much later and with surprising manifestations. The report, published in priest, involves a 69-year-old Hispanic man with a diagnosis of late-onset SLE with …

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Why did Sam Raimi do ‘Evil Dead’ twice?

Whether it’s your first watch or your hundredth, the first two films of the evil Dead The franchise can be a little weird when seen in a sequence. The sequel’s first seven minutes seem nearly identical to the original concept. It has baffled many fans over the years and opened …

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Danville Ladies Band Celebrates One Year Anniversary – The Hartselle Enquirer

By Martha Jackson Sherry Moriarty Warnick shares her story of why she formed the Danville Ladies Group. Sherry says that being a widow, she remarried a man from Danville and moved there. She left all her friends and family and started a new and different life. Sherry says that although …

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Pub boss hoping to make a date with a man named Nigel

A BRETFORTON pub is aiming to break its own world record for the largest gathering of individuals called Nigel, in a bid to revive a dying name. The latest data from the Office for National Statistics shows that in 2016 and 2020, no babies were named Nigel. This prompted Nigel …

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Audiences already thrilled by new “National Singing Competition” host Kim Shin-young

On September 3, comedian Kim Shin-young held KBS’s “National Singing Competition” for the first time in Dalseo District, Daegu. [NEWS1] A new face hosts Korea’s beloved weekly singing show “National Singing Contest” (1980-) on KBS and she fits the role like a glove. On Saturday, comedienne Kim Shin-young finished filming …

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Europe’s worst drought since the Middle Ages seen from space

The last time Europe suffered from a drought as severe as the one it is experiencing in the summer of 2022 was before the first settlers settled in America. Earth observation satellites have delivered a disconcerting stream of images to Europe climate change researchers in recent months. Water levels on …

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Why Greenland is now so much cooler than Iceland

There was a time, not too long ago, that Iceland seemed like a whimsical, remote, and maybe a little weird place to take a vacation. When you told them about your trip, your friends would shake their heads and say things like, “WHERE are you going? But isn’t it super …

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Know Here: 7 Most Mysterious Paintings in the World

World: The world is fraught with strange problems. Different dark realities are still uncovered. From verifiable landmarks to authentic fine art and artwork, everything contains a portion of various hidden secrets. Speaking of crafts, there are many secret artistic creations depicting the realities of the world. A painting contains 1000 …

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Truss’ warmongering rhetoric is empty, antagonistic – and hugely dangerous | Simon Jenkins

Olike something learned? On the first anniversary of the British defeat in Afghanistan, there is only silence. The previous defeat in Iraq had given rise to a dazzling public inquiry in 2016. It had concluded that Iraq posed “no imminent threat”. The war was “useless” and based on dubious intelligence, …

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The fallout from climate change demands urgent action

The effects of climate change have been evident for some years. Now, across the world, they are evident almost every month, in countries rich and poor, those acting aggressively on climate change and those doing little. From China to Europe to North America, the world’s major economies are being disrupted …

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“They said it was impossible”: how medieval carpenters rebuilt Notre-Dame | our Lady

At the castle of Guédelon we are in 1253 and the little nobleman Gilbert Courtenay left to fight in the crusades, leaving his wife to take care of the workers for the construction of the new family residence: a modest castle which befits his social position as a humble knight. …

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Take action now for better bone health

How strong are your bones? Even if you think you’ll be fit and healthy in middle age, the reality is that half of women and a quarter of men over the age of 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis. According to the Irish Osteoporosis Society (IOS), up to …

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Taking steps to treat your foot and ankle pain

Your feet are the foundation of your body, so taking care of them is important for your overall health. Years of wear and tear, sports injuries, ill-fitting shoes and genetics can lead to foot disorders that impact your mobility and quality of life, says Justin M. Weatherall, MD, Baptist Health …

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Why Rushdie’s “The Satanic Verses” Is Still So Controversial

Author Salman Rushdie is hospitalized with serious injuries after being stabbed by a man at an arts festival in New York state on Friday. The following article was published on the 30th anniversary of the release of The Satanic Verses. One of the most controversial books in recent literary history, …

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Is Latin more effective in driving out demons? An Exorcist Responds – Eurasia Review

By David Ramos Is Latin more effective than vernacular languages ​​in casting out demons? An exorcist answers this controversial question. Interviewed by ACI Prensa, the Spanish-language sister news agency of the CNA, Father Francisco Torres Ruiz, a priest from the diocese of Plasencia in Spain who is in charge of …

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An employee says you can’t trust your colleagues

As more employees air their toxic workplaces on social media, more and more hope to help others navigate the corporate world. The latest career adviser on TikTok to warn others about the grievances of working in corporate America is Kyaah Abdul, a designer who primarily focuses on career advice and …

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Of dragons, wyverns, griffins and phoenixes

Clive’s wife Ruth is about to clap Welsh four-fingered, red Y Ddraig Goch. Our former senator, Zdenko ‘Zed’ Seselja, was said to be one of Canberra’s mythical creatures – except at election time. Dragons, wyverns, gryphons and phoenixes are also mythical. Few of us can explain the differences between them, …

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DuBois Brewing Company from start to finish | New

Editor’s Note: Information courtesy of the DuBois Area Historical Society, Inc. The DuBois Brewing Company was established by Frank Hahne Sr., born in Neiderfeleris-on-Rhine, Germany on March 31, 1856. Hahne came to the United States when he was 19. He traveled to the agricultural region of Iowa after hearing about …

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Without money, without hope. Ontario seniors pushed into long-term care for lack of better options

Lucy DeFilippis is a light sleeper, so when her phone rings in the middle of the night, she wakes up quickly, ready for the next crisis. There have been many calls over the years, mostly from her mother Maria DeFilippis’ emergency department. When she was still living alone in her …

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Has the ‘Game of Thrones’ franchise learned anything about depicting rape?

Screenshot: The Hollywood Reporter/Instagram For whatever reason, game of thronesan epic fantasy series that (allegedly) ran from 2011 to 2019, returns with a spin-off prequel series called Dragon House, is slated to begin streaming on HBO next month. This series will follow the dramatic and presumably very violent years of …

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Dinan: The Ideal City For Hiking Enthusiasts

Exotic walks with nature itself as a companion, beautiful walks in the beautiful Hangouts and a multitude of creative activities. There are a few that one can discover and choose from after making the decision to visit the beautiful town of Dinan, southeast of Brussels. A small town in the …

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Lyndhurst NJ Medieval Times workers vote to form union

Workers at the Medieval Times re-enactment venue voted on Friday to form a union, marking one of the last leisure and hospitality businesses to organize amid a labor swell stemming from the two-year coronavirus pandemic. Royal performers at the Lyndhurst venue voted 24 to 11 to form a union – …

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Ranveer Singh gets advice from Lalit Modi as he sends love to her, Sushmita Sen

Lalit Modi shared a message for Ranveer Singh, calling the actor his brother. It comes after Ranveer reacted to Lalit’s post about him dating Sushmita Sen. Lalit Modi sent a message to Ranveer Singh after the actor reacted to his message announcing his relationship with Sushmita Sen. Ranveer had dropped …

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Exterior: Overseas | Interlochen Public Radio

Calling Grand Traverse Bay blue doesn’t do it justice – I think the color is ultramarine. The cover of Blue: A History of Color states that “every history of color is above all a social history”. The author studies how the ever-changing role of blue in society has been reflected …

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Children will explore their sexuality whether Chilliwack school administrators like it or not – Chilliwack Progress

As a middle-aged woman who grew up in an extremely religious area of ​​the Fraser Valley, I’ve had to watch many of my friends, both “straight” (if that even exists) and LGBTQ+ have to struggle for puberty, being told that the changes, cravings and questions about their body and personal …

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How to Use Saffron, the Rarest and Most Expensive Spice, in Dessert

Why are so many good things still sold in grams? Saffron, unquestionably and for centuries the most expensive flavor in the world, begins all its measurements in grams. Most recipes using it call for “a pinch”, about 20 of the dried stigmas from the center of a flower of Crocus …

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Country Cones’ Emily Miller answers five questions about her work

Every day, Country Cones on Middlebranch Road in Plain Township has a line of customers standing in its parking lot. People come for the ice cream and hot sandwiches, including what’s labeled the “Best Coney in Stark County.” The popular ice cream stand is owned by the Williams family. Emily …

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Recognize Russian actions in Ukraine as genocide

Dear friend, This week, I introduced a congressional resolution condemning Russian aggression and war crimes in Ukraine as genocide and calling on Congress to support accountability for Putin’s regime. I also thanked Justice Stephen Breyer for his service to the country and congratulated him on his retirement after serving nearly …

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Coronavirus: Tri-City residents ages 50 and older approach 80% triple dose rate

The community, which also includes Anmore and Belcarra, could become Fraser Health’s first to achieve this benchmark. It appears Port Moody is approaching a plateau that very few BC communities have reached in the vaccination stage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible middle-aged residents – 50 and over – living in …

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WILD THINGS: TREE RATS, THE BIG LIE

A black rat, not to be confused with a tree rat, in the wild. BERNARD DUPONT/Creative Commons I think my favorite Key West tree rat experience was years ago at Blue Heaven. Before they were as busy as they are today, they used to play games in the back corner …

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With War, Kyiv Pride Parade Becomes Warsaw Peace March :: WRAL.com

By VANESSA GERA, Associated Press Warsaw, Poland – Ukraine’s biggest LGBTQ rights event, KyivPride, is taking place on Saturday. But not in his native streets and not as a party. He will instead join the annual Warsaw Equality Parade, Central Europe’s biggest gay pride event, using it as a platform …

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In 793 AD the Vikings attacked Lindisfarne. Here’s why it was so shocking

Additionally, there is evidence that West Saxon kings from Alfred regarded St Cuthbert as their patron, highlighting the continued importance of Lindisfarne. “They had a story – and the story existed very early, it is not later fiction,” says Wood, “that Cuthbert had appeared to Alfred the Great in a …

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Cardiac risk factors in children predict outcomes in adulthood

EVIDENCE establishes that cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors seen in children are a predictor of cardiovascular events in middle age. The question for GPs and other physicians is what should be the next step? A global team of investigators from the International Childhood Cardiovascular Cohort (i3C) reported this month in …

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Scientists finally identify the origin of the Black Death

The source of the Black Death – the inspiration behind many black metal songs – has finally been identified by European researchers, according to a report from the UK Underground this week. The Black Death was the bubonic plague of the 14th century which is still the deadliest recorded pandemic …

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A storm of images | Philippe Jenkins

“So what are you working on right now? “I’m doing a book called Image Storm. This is Byzantine iconoclasm” “Uh, seriously? Why?” Well, that wasn’t the ideal reaction I expected from a friend at my church, but it brought up an interesting point about how I explain what I do. …

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The Weird and Wonderful Star Wars Foods Made Jewish

Delve deeper into iconic Star Wars foods. The new Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series premiered on Disney Plus on May 27, 2022. With much fanfare and excitement for the new show, I wanted to dive into some of the most iconic foods from the Star Wars movies and the expanded universe …

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Famous faces who attended high schools in Dorset – from Hollywood stars to soap opera starlets

Across Britain, pupils and their parents will anxiously apply for high school places. These selective high schools trace their origins back to the Middle Ages, when they specialized in Latin and the classics. Many still teach these subjects, unlike their publicly funded counterparts, while also offering the full range of …

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#Curate: Can Twitter create a care community?

I recently joined Twitter. I told my fellow pastor and friend, who has been on Twitter since 2008, that I was interested in how the platform could “inform my ministry.” She replied that her goal on Twitter was “to animate a community”. “Curate” is derived from the Latin “to take …

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5 artists on our radar in June 2022

Art Art Editorial “Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced by the Artsy team. Using our artistic expertise and access to Artsy data, we’re spotlighting five artists who are catching our attention. To make our selections, we determined which artists made an impact in the past month through …

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Are you a fan of road trips? Unmissable Road Trips in Europe

Unmissable Road Trips in Europe ” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=”https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/are-you-a-fan-of-road-trips-europe- road-trips-you-shouldn’t-miss-920×518.jpeg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Are you a fan of road trips? Road Trips in Europe not to be missed” /> The European continent is bordered by the Arctic Can to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to …

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Harini Logan: Texas teen wins Spelling Bee after first tiebreaker | News Arts and Culture

The 14-year-old from San Antonio wins the first-ever “spell-off” in a US national competition, winning a $50,000 prize. Harini Logan of San Antonio won the 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee after a first-ever “spell-off” was needed for a champion to emerge in the extremely tight competition. Logan, 14, wins $50,000 …

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Stories in Song: American Ballads

“Lower your heads, Tom Dooleybow your head and cryPut your head down, Tom DooleyPoor boy, you’re going to die” It was in 1959 or 1960 that I first heard “Tom Dooley” of the Kingston Trio in the jukebox of Grady’s Café in Boonville, North Carolina, populated by about 600 souls. …

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Gatwick: The beautiful city less than 2 hours from London where beer is 3 times cheaper than in the United Kingdom

If there are two things Londoners love, it’s breaks and cheap beer. And a beautiful city less than two hours from London offers pints three times cheaper than in the UK. In the Czech Republic, pretty Prague sells its lager for just £1 on average. While the average price in …

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In the occupied territories, the Russians follow the “Nazi playbook”

Invaders operating in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories torture local officials and, if the latter agree to cooperate, conscript and hire them. This was stated by President Volodymyr Zelensky in an interview with Dutch media Nieuwsuur, reports Ukrinform. “Russia’s policy everywhere is to turn off the TV, shut down some …

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The Nigerian State Must Show Who’s Boss, by ‘Tope Fasua

This type of impact pulls down the level of national discourse. But then, in truth, we cannot delude ourselves that we have reached the levels that other nations have, while living with millions of minds that remain bestial and in a state of suspended animation in matters of religion. The …

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Deborah: Victim of WhatsApp Rules Violators, by Azu Ishiekwene

She dared to protest to other students for sharing irrelevant messages in their academic WhatsApp group. It started small, but left behind a pool of blood and the cries of dogs who, unsatisfied with the bestiality, set about burning the remains of the dead! This is why we need to …

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Denby Fawcett: Protecting Hawaii’s ‘fragile’ abortion rights after Roe

Like many women, I was stunned to read Associate Justice Samuel Alito’s leaked draft opinion calling on the Supreme Court to strike down Roe vs. Wade. I was outraged by the possibility that five men and one woman could take away nearly half a century of federally protected women’s abortion …

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Illegitimate Children in the Middle Ages

By Lucie Laumonier Stories of illegitimate children in the Middle Ages are often told through the lives of famous bastards, daughters and sons of kings and nobles, such as William the Conqueror, born to Robert I, Duke of Normandy, and his mistress Herleva. But what do we know about the …

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CDC Alert on Childhood Hepatitis Outbreak; New details on Omicron’s gravity versus other variants; and more

Details of the CDC’s alert on the outbreak of hepatitis in children under 6 The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a health alert this week to inform parents of the increasing number of cases of hepatitis (inflammation of the liver) “of unknown cause” in children …

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New research challenges beliefs about medieval festivals

New research into food consumption in England during the pre-Viking Middle Ages challenges long-held assumptions about gluttony and carnivorous habits. The pair of complementary articles published in the journal Anglo-Saxon England explores the eating behavior of nobles and peasants using both textual references and chemical analysis of 2,023 skeletons of …

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Macron invested for a second term

Macron promised a more inclusive and understanding style of government. (AFP photo) PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron was sworn in for a second term on Saturday after his election victory over the far right, facing immense foreign and domestic policy challenges after a first term that had often polarized the …

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Did you know that there is a micro-country in the Swiss Alps?

One of the smallest and strangest countries in Europe is the Principality of Liechtenstein. It is nestled in the Alps between Austria and Switzerland. Liechtenstein is a German-speaking microstate that few people know about and few people visit. A trip to Liechtenstein is a trip to the fairy tale land …

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Independent bookstores in Houston | Houstonia magazine

THIS SATURDAY APRIL 30we join in the national celebration of Independent Bookstore Day with a strong congratulations to Houston for the locals bookstores and the enthusiasts who drive them. Despite pressure from Amazon and our growing reliance on the internet, these unique stores have prevailed and continue …

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Getting bangs is always a cry for help

In recent years, bangs have been seen as attractive – Bettie Page, Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Birkin, Kate Moss – so it’s easy to forget that the times we’re living in are something of an aberration. For most of history, cutting bangs has tended to mark a woman as odd, crazy, …

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A Microcosm of the Palestinian Struggle: One Family’s Life in Hebron | Israelo-Palestinian conflict

Hebron, occupied West Bank – Daily life is a test of resilience in the two-storey house of Abdulkareem al-Jaabari, 64, and his family of 16. In the Palestinian city of Hebron, located in the southern Israeli-occupied West Bank, the al-Jaabaris are one of the few Palestinian families whose homes are …

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A secret hidden beneath the iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral about to be opened

A devastating fire recently led to a secret discovery with roots dating back to the 14and century. Anthropologists are about to open a sealed sarcophagus found under the historic Notre-Dame cathedral in France. Photo by JULIEN DE ROSA/AFP via Getty Images sealed sarcophagus Outside, the sarcophagus is made of lead …

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These ‘Damn Yankees’ are coming to the Tri-Valley Rep in Pleasanton

One of my favorite pastimes is going from the ballpark to the stage with the Tri-Valley Repertory Theater production of “Damn Yankees.” As a die-hard Giants fan, I have more colorful adjectives that I apply to this East Coast team, not to mention the adjectives I use for the Dodgers! …

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Scottish football’s VAR vote has brought our game out of the dark ages, insists ex-referee

HUGH DALLAS says Tuesday’s VAR vote will dwindle the day Scotland emerge from football’s dark ages. UEFA’s chief referee believes the introduction of video assistant referees to the Premiership next season will be a game-changer. 1 Bobby Madden and Scottish referees will benefit from VARCredit: Kenny Ramsay After just one …

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Only the fight for economic rights will not uplift the Dalit community: Ramchandra Dom

Calcutta 😀r Ramchandra Dom, popularly known as the ‘people’s doctor’, is the first Dalit to be elected to the Politburo of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) at its recently concluded 23rd Party Congress in Kannur, Kerala . Dom, a seven-time CPI(M) Lok Sabha MP representing Birbhum (reserved) and later …

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Discovery of a Roman-era ceramic workshop in Alexandria, Egypt

An Egyptian archaeological mission working at a site west of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria has unearthed a ceramic workshop dating back to early Roman rule. The team found ovens, two of which were carved into rock, said Dr Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities. One …

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Rethinking Gefilte Fish – aish.com

A tropical gefilte fish recipe. Gefilte fish is one of those foods that people either love or love to hate. Those who dislike gefilte see it as the hurdle to savor traditionally tastier Passover dishes like matzah ball soup, beef brisket, and kugel. But for those who love it, nothing …

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The Monarchs Are Here – Shawnee News-Star

Becky Emerson Carlberg It’s snowing! The back patio is covered in white petals as they descend from the two Bradford pear trees. At first glance, the trees produced a robust array of blooms this spring. Despite the freezing weather, the profusion of peach blossoms added touches of pink to the …

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The best-selling painting of the Company School of a Monkey is in our selection of six auctions sold this week

Company of a Monkey School Painting – £17,000 at Roseberys. Roland Arkel April 08, 2022 1. A Monkey Business School Painting – £17,000 A fine example of mid-19th century Company School art was hotly contested at Roseberys Antiques, …

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What is the sidewalk rule on TikTok? | Explanatory

A centuries-old dating rule has found new life among young romantics, who now use it as a subtle guide to determining if their partner is a gatekeeper. Numerous ICT Tac users say that unless their partner – with this tendency he usually focuses on heterosexual relationships with men who are …

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Emphasis on making shopping a priority in his hometown |

LINDSAY – A large crowd showed their support for Lindsay’s Co-op Market – now that same crowd must stick together. More than 90 people showed up at the annual meeting recently, some buying stock to help pay for repairs, including a new roof and storefronts. Owner Larry Temme said he …

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Progress 2022: martial arts in the service of physical fitness

April 2—GREENUP — Eighth-degree black belt Bujutsu Hanshi David Barker says there are no age requirements or limits for getting involved in martial arts. Barker’s students range from toddlers to middle age, but he said the benefits of martial arts can be applied at any age. “We’ve had students as …

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Swarthmore Players Club Presents “Three Tall Women” This Week – Delco Times

SWARTHMORE — The Players Club of Swarthmore will perform “Three Tall Women” by Edward Albee at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2. The powerful and funny play won Albee his third Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1994. It tells the story of an elderly woman named …

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Reviews | Can movies survive changing times?

For the editor: Regarding “Is this the end of movies?” from Ross Douthat (column, Sunday Review, March 27): Why are experts so eager to write obituaries for the components of our culture that add so many enriching dimensions to our lives? Radio was supposed to kill books; The Internet was …

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A contemplative, exegetical and iconographic journey through the mysteries of Addison Hodges Hart

THE word “mystery” for many people reminds them of television programs or mystery novels in which the goal is to solve the mystery. The Christian mystery is not like that. In the Christian mystery, God draws us into the mystery to be part of it. This book invites the reader …

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Films that should have been nominated

Can we compile a list of 10 credible Best Picture nominees above those competing for the Oscar on Sunday night? The most committed cinephiles will have no trouble putting together a list whose – excuse us for being all mathematical – the median quality is, in their eyes, superior to …

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Father and son arrested after meth was allegedly found in McDonald’s Soda: police

The soda wasn’t the only thing Michigan State Police allegedly discovered during a recent traffic stop. A father-son duo have been arrested and charged with a single count of methamphetamine after Michigan State Police allegedly found crystals in a McDonald’s soda. iStock/Getty Images According to a statement obtained by Newsweek, …

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