Thousand years

George Miller, Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba Talk ‘Three Thousand Years of Nostalgia’ at Cannes – The Hollywood Reporter

During the press conference of their film Three thousand years of nostalgia the Saturday, George Miller and Tilda Swinton opened up about their first meeting five years earlier at the festival. The two were attending the 70th edition of the festival, which celebrates its 75th edition this year, and met at a dinner party to celebrate the festival’s anniversary. “I ...

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Blindfolded Indonesian maestro plays piano for 6 hours in Dubai

Jefri Setiawan (middle) with Indonesian Consul General Candra Negara and other officials at the Indonesian Consulate General in Dubai. John Varughese / Gulf Today Mariecar Jara Puyod, Senior Reporter Support is a sure shot in the arm because everyone is blessed with at least one unique talent and that was proven when a 16-year-old Indonesian who dreams of becoming a ...

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Ryan Gosling is coming to Australia for his next blockbuster

Ryan Gosling will temporarily call Australia home while he films The fell guy – a feature film adaptation of the iconic television series created by Glen A. Larson and starring Lee Majors as stuntman Colt Seavers, who moonlights as a bounty hunter. Think Conduct but less art and essay. According to Federal Arts Minister Paul Fletcher, the production – which ...

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The photographic quest for the sublime by Paolo Pellegrin

Content This content can also be viewed on the site from which it originated. At 2:30 a.m. A.M., on January 10, Paolo Pellegrin, the Italian photographer and winner of ten World Press Photo awards, was loading his gear into the back of a Toyota truck on the edge of the Namib Desert. The sky was a void except for millions ...

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Two years later, the Cannes Film Festival is preparing for a “normal” party | world news

After the 2020 Cannes Film Festival was canceled by the pandemic and the 2021 edition curtailed – even kisses were banned on the red carpet – the lavish French Riviera movie night is set to return with a festival that promises to to be something like normal. Or at least Cannes’ very peculiar mark of normality, where for 12 days ...

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jaisalmer: Investigation team discovers Chatras marked by 12th century pillars | Jaipur News

Jaisalmer: During a recent survey of the Thar geoglyphs in the district by the ERDS Foundation, the survey team discovered on Monday a chain of pillars forming a Chatra (an umbrella figure) belonging to the 11th and 12th centuries. The figure is not drawn on the surface like geoglyphs, but the connection points of this umbrella are marked by uniquely ...

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Plan your trip around these 4 major churches in Rome

For over a thousand years, Rome has been a major global hub for religion, including the Catholic branch of Christianity, and is home to some of the oldest churches in the world. The four most important Roman Catholic cathedrals are called major basilicas. Although they are all in the Archdiocese of Rome, only Saint Peter’s Basilica is located in Vatican ...

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Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan

The United States Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. is truly august, its Corinthian columns and ornate pediments reminiscent of the ancient Roman Temple of Mars Ultor erected by Emperor Augustus to commemorate Mars, the god of war, in his role of avenger. Augustus used the imperial design to convey that a new order had arrived after quelling a civil ...

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6 Best Historic Hotels in Santa Fe

Walk the streets of Santa Fe and you’ll be surrounded by over a thousand years of history. From Pueblo Indian-influenced architecture to centuries-old churches and homes, there’s no mistaking “The Different City” with any other place on earth. Santa Fe hotels and resorts have embraced the city’s history. Some have carefully maintained the original structures, while others have blended the ...

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Archaeological breakthrough as ‘exceptional’ tomb discovered in Egypt linked to mysterious pharaoh | Science | News

The spectacular discovery was made during an excavation of a chapel burial shaft in Saqqara. Researchers say they came across a burial shaft from a tomb belonging to a royal clerk known as Mehcheczi. The ancient Egyptian is said to have been responsible for managing the royal estates of Pharaoh Userkare and the team claim to have found carvings depicting ...

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Johnson to bring up Churchill, telling Ukrainian MPs conflict is their ‘finest hour’

BORIS Johnson is to compare Russia’s conflict with Ukraine to Hitler’s World War II invasion of Europe in a speech to MPs in Kyiv. The Prime Minister will refer to Winston Churchill when he declares tomorrow to the members of the Verkhovna Rada that it is their country’s “finest hour”. Churchill told MPs in 1940, as Britain faced the threat ...

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The Australian Parthenon Association is fighting for the return of the Parthenon sculptures

Many people have joined the fight to return the iconic Parthenon Marbles to their rightful home in Athens – but no one is more passionate than my father. The Parthenon marbles must be returned to Greece. I don’t know why there is even a debate about this. I don’t know why people like my dad George Vardas have spent years ...

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20 Great Books by Asian American Authors | Slideshows

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Do you know the official symbols of the State of California?

(Stacker) — Do you know the official symbols of the State of California? Each US state has its own culture, history and natural beauty. To represent such diversity, the people of these states have chosen their own set of symbols and customs. Flags, songs, mottoes, flowers and even specific fruits commemorate the uniqueness of each state. Some of these symbols ...

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Marine mollusk shells reveal how prehistoric humans adapted to intense climate change

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Villagers fight to save 140-year-old ‘majestic’ tree from being cut down for housing

Villagers are locked in a bitter planning row with property developers as they fight to save a ‘stately’ 140-year-old Victorian tree from being felled to make way for 500 homes. Residents are campaigning to save the 80ft (30m) cedar tree, valued by surveyors at £165,000, from being felled as part of a new estate being built in Keresley, Warks. Last ...

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Contemplating the tombstones and our funeral rituals

April 19—Editor’s Note: First of a two-part series. ALBANY – We had passed it on Interstate 85 before I realized what I had just seen. It was perched on a hill in the middle of cloverleaf exit 35. Traffic was light on a Sunday afternoon, and for a moment I thought about turning around to explore it. Who, I wondered, ...

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Ukraine-Russia War Live News and Latest Updates

ROME — Ukraine weighed heavily on Pope Francis’ heart on Sunday as he delivered the annual “Urbi et Orbi” (“To the city and the world”) message in St. Peter’s Square, in which he called for peace on what he was describing. year as an “Easter of war”. Francis, who pleaded a week ago for an Easter truce in Ukraine, addressed ...

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A thousand dollar cocktail promises refreshments, laughs – and it’s for a good cause

“The wheels started turning, we started talking to people, and we started realizing that the American Cancer Society needed help with cancer treatment for displaced Ukrainians,” said Elise Letavish. “Battling cancer myself, I knew how intense it could be to skip treatment. It’s life threatening.” Saeed Ashrafzadeh and Elise Letavish, owners of Ashling Kitchen and Bar in Crofton, show off ...

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Shroud of Turin scholar: re-examination of historical texts indicates early existence of cloth

Joseph Marino debunks skeptics who say there is no mention of the Shroud before the 1350s Long-time Shroud of Turin scholar Joseph Marino, author of two books and more than 60 articles and conference presentations on the Shroud, has just published an article that compiles many historical references to Jesus’ burial linens from the second century to the first half ...

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The Easter Bunny did not die for our sins nor rose from the dead

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! What comes to mind when you think of Easter? For some, it is the profound and solemn proposition of Christianity. For others, it’s the frivolity of pastels, bunnies, candies and eggs. Still others are cynically skeptical and conclude that while the commemoration has genuine historical roots, it all amounts to little more ...

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The volcanic island of Iwoto is rising at an unprecedented rate of 1 meter per year

Video footage taken from the Asahi Shimbun’s “Asuka” plane in January shows Iwoto Island where the land surface is rising at an unprecedented rate of 1 meter per year. (Kazuhiro Ichikawa) The volcanic island formerly known as Iwojima that was the site of one of the most famous battles of the Pacific War is making history again, but in strictly ...

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Thief steals ancient mammoth tusk from art gallery – KIRO 7 News Seattle

SEATTLE — Police are looking for a man who stole an ancient mammoth tusk from a downtown Seattle art gallery. The theft was caught on store surveillance cameras and right in front of the store owner. Now changes are being made to how business will be run in the future. Twelve thousand years of history were ripped out in seconds. ...

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The power of having a bittersweet outlook on life

Once, when I was a twenty-two-year-old law student, some friends picked me up from my dorm on the way to class. I listened with pleasure to bittersweet music in a minor key. Not the Albinoni, which I hadn’t heard at the time; more likely a song by my favorite musician of all time, Leonard Cohen, aka the Poet Laureate of ...

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Women’s sport highlights America’s moral freefall

OPINION: On Thursday, March 29, 2022, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed the “Save Women’s Sports Act into law”. He did so despite the objection of many progressives who rushed to their keyboards to declare this law yet another example of conservative bigotry and cisgender injustice. How is it possible that such disparate views exist? On one side of this debate, ...

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Frost River Unveils New Solid Brass Thimble As April Fool’s Day Product

Every April they think of a new one to help promote their spring catalog and staff say the community seems to be looking forward to their annual joke. DULUTH, Minn. – A local outdoor gear store in Duluth’s Lincoln Park is now getting into the outdoor sewing business with their new brass product. Frost River has unveiled its new solid ...

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Novel visual novel Sen no Hatou, Tsukisome no Kouki is coming to Switch on July 28 in Japan

Entergram will publish a developed romantic visual novel in August Sen no Hatou, Tsukisome no Kouki for Switch on July 28 in Japan for 7,678 yen, according to listings from Japanese retailers such as 7net Online Shopping Biccamera. The game will also be available in a 10,970 yen limited edition, which includes a special acrylic ornament. Sen no Hatou, Tsukisome ...

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Sweden’s innovative wooden skyscraper captures as much carbon as 10,000 forests

Between towering trees on Sweden’s Bothnian coast, a new skyscraper bucks the trend of the traditionally carbon-heavy construction industry. The 20-story, 75-meter-tall Sara Cultural Center – named after a popular Swedish author – opened last September. It’s yet another wood frame to adorn the streets of Skelleftea – a city tackling the climate crisis one new build at a time. ...

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Kate Middleton fans go wild as Prince Will makes his radiant wife laugh in Jamaica

Platinum Jubilee beacons will be lit in 54 Commonwealth capitals Jubilee beacons are to be lit for the first time in all 54 Commonwealth capitals, spanning five continents, as part of celebrations marking the Queen’s 70 years on the throne. With 70 days to go until the Platinum Jubilee weekend begins, nations and organizations across the Commonwealth have shared their ...

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Australian cinematographer Ari Wegner on the brink of Oscar history

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Ari Wegner recalls a life-changing phone call from Jane Campion during a sweltering Christmas in 2018. “I finally braved the heat to go to the supermarket and looked down at my phone and Jane was calling me,” the Australian cinematographer said from New York. “I hadn’t spoken to him in quite a ...

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Check out the latest books at Jervis Library

ROME — Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., Rome, is open 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The library has 110,000 books; nearly 20,000 e-books and audiobooks through OverDrive’s Libby app (midyork.overdrive.com); 4,500 DVDs; 6,000 books on CD; nearly 200 magazines and newspapers; ...

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With 5,000 robots shipped, Bear Robotics raises $81M Series B to accelerate growth and expand into new markets

Today, restaurant robotics startup Bear Robotics announced it has raised $81 million in Series B funding. The round was led by IMM, with participation from Cleveland Avenue. The new funding brings the company’s total venture capital investment to $117 million. Bear, co-founded by former ex-Googler and restaurateur John Ha, makes robot servers that help hospitality businesses do everything from food ...

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The wife of tyranny | The Spectator Australia

The Trojan horse of globalism is the extension of the world’s constant regional battles into terrifying wars that encompass the Earth. The Kumbaya Brigade incorrectly predicted that if nations were united through trade, ideology, communication and industry, humanity would become one big happy family. Originally marketed as “international socialism”, it was never about world peace – it was a clumsy ...

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Postcard from Morocco: the storytelling circles of Marrakech

A scene takes place at Souk Semmarine. A drum sounds. The air fills with the shimmering sound of qraqeb (castanets) accompanied by the syncopated cries of Gnawa musicians in fiery red robes. They parade like pied pipers along the main thoroughfare of the market, drawing a wave of people in their wake. Marrakech has been almost silent this winter – ...

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All Indian students evacuated from Ukrainian city of Sumy

(L to R) Silver medalist Oleksandra Kononova, gold medalist Iryna Bui and bronze medalist Liudmyla Liashenko of Team Ukraine at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games on March 8 in Zhangjiakou, China . (Michael Steele/Getty Images) Ukrainian athletes have shown their support for their compatriots at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing amid the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, ...

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An Open Letter to Mr. Putin

Dear Mr Putin We human beings have come a long way since the days of primitive Homo sapiens and have invested centuries and millennia in perfecting our intellect, knowledge and skills to develop the current civilization. We enjoy the cozy comforts of modern life in luxurious homes in cities and towns, which has taken millions/billions of man hours and the ...

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Hitler II or Bismarck II?

Paul F. de Lespinasse Historical analogies are always dangerous and incomplete, but as long as we remember their limitations, analogies are sometimes useful in trying to understand current developments. An obvious question for today is whether Vladimir Putin is Hitler II or Bismarck II. Hopefully he looks like Bismarck. Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) started several successful small wars leading to ...

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BCG Vaccines Market to Reach $74,269.55,000, Globally, by 2030 at a CAGR of 4.8%: Allied Market Research

Rising prevalence of tuberculosis, especially in developing and underdeveloped countries, and technological advancements in the field of vaccine research are driving the growth of the global BCG vaccine market PORTLAND, Oregon., March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Market Research released a report titled “BCG Vaccine Market By Demographics (Children (0-18) and Adults (19-35): Global Opportunities Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030.” ...

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7 books to help you understand what is happening in Ukraine

It’s hard to know how to make sense of a humanitarian crisis like Russia’s current occupation of Ukraine, especially if you have no ties to the region or more than cursory knowledge of the geopolitical forces at play. While the best way for most of us to be of service is to donate money and supplies, to raise awareness and ...

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Why do Mandalorians hate Jedi?

Something like instigating a war that leads to the destruction of your home world can result in the hatred of those who destroyed it, don’t you agree? Welcome to the brief summary of what we know about the Mandalorian-Jedi War. Mandalore in the star wars cannon In the star wars universe, Mandalore is a planet located in the Outer Rim ...

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History, betrayals behind the invasion of Ukraine

In the early hours of February 24, the Russian army launched an offensive against Ukraine and sparked the worst military conflict in Europe since the end of World War II. The war is one of the most anticipated, and yet it is also one of the most unexpected at the same time. The Russians began massing troops towards the border ...

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Interview with Frida Gustavsson and Caroline Henderson

Vikings: Valhalla stars Frida Gustavsson and Caroline Henderson have found camaraderie on and off screen while bringing Viking women to life. Vikings: Walhalla focuses on a crucial period in history, largely focusing on a Viking invasion of England. As the war unfolds, the show also explores the growth of legendary figure Freydis Eriksdotter and unique (and largely fictional) Viking leader ...

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Russia’s Deadly Identity Crisis

The world is not enduring a “Ukrainian crisis”, but rather a Russian crisis. This was stated by the new German Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, at the latest Munich security conference, which was dominated by the situation in Eastern Europe. In fact, the Russian crisis goes even deeper than Baerbock probably meant. We are witnessing the last episode of a longer ...

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla becomes the most successful game in the franchise

Ubisoft’s Viking action-adventure RPG Assassin’s Creed Valhalla becomes the franchise’s most successful title to date, surpassing $1 billion in revenue. AssassinCreed Valhalla smashed its way through a major milestone for Ubisoft’s action-adventure stealth franchise. Ubisoft’s latest dive into the age-old conflict between Assassins and Templars continues to bring in record numbers nearly two years after its initial release. Ubisoft CEO ...

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Yonhap News Summary | Yonhap News Agency

The following is the second summary of the main stories offered by Yonhap News Agency on Thursday. —————–(3rd LD) South Korea’s daily COVID-19 case count nears 100,000 on raging omicron SEOUL – South Korea’s daily COVID-19 cases topped 90,000 for the second straight day on Thursday to hit a new record high amid fears the peak of the current wave ...

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Alexander Skarsgård talks to Kirsten Dunst about pleasure and pain

DUNST: What makes you happy? Czech beer? SKARSGÅRD: More Czech beer. DUNST: [To her son] Want to ask Alex what his favorite candy is? I will ask him. What is your favorite candy? SKARSGÅRD: That’s an excellent question. I like salty licorice. DUNST: Most people reading this probably think it’s so gross, but I love it too. SKARSGÅRD: It’s an ...

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Op-Ed: ‘The Fatigue of Stupidity’ – The Demand of Ignorance Against an Unforgiving Reality

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi took up newspaper advertising space to promote his campaign for the presidency – © MIA Recoveries/AFP/File One of my most recent caveats is “There’s no such thing as aging – It’s the fatigue of stupidity”. I finally tied this helpful claim to ignorance, using another well-known saying, “Who needs it?”, which is a definitive ...

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The Lord of the Rings series finally reveals the names of the characters

Prime Video reveals the names of the mix of new and familiar characters found in the posters for the upcoming The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. The names of some of the main characters in Amazon’s next movie The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series have been revealed, and they are a mix of ...

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Environmental balance on thin ice

Ice acts as a protective blanket over the Earth and our oceans. These bright white dots reflect excess heat back into space and keep the planet cooler. In theory, the Arctic stays colder than the equator because more of the sun’s heat is reflected off the ice, back into space. Glaciers around the world can range from ice hundreds to ...

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How to watch ‘Spencer’ for free online – Billboard

Kristen Stewart is officially an Oscar nominated actress. Stewart, 31, won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Princess Diana in spencer, the biographical drama directed by Pablo Larraín. The movie is streaming across multiple platforms, so if you want to catch the film in time to cheer on Stewart at this year’s Oscars, you’ll have plenty of time ...

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TİKA has implemented more than 30,000 projects in 30 years – World

Established 30 years ago, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) has so far implemented more than 30,000 projects in 170 countries in various fields including education, agriculture, access to drinking water and catering. TİKA develops projects according to countries’ priorities and needs in accordance with the model called “Turkish-type Development Cooperation Model”. TİKA implements this model in a wide ...

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Challenge conventional thinking about how much lawn you need for recreation

Exchanging “non-native” trees and shrubs for equally or more beautiful “native” trees will provide sources of food and habitat for native insects and birds that are essential to our survival. The late great humanist, biologist, environmental theorist, author and philosopher EO Wilson wrote: “If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate itself to the rich state of balance ...

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The Best Windows Backup Software

We need backup software for our PCs because our storage drives won’t last forever. The backup software ensures that we are covered the day our primary drive shuts down and dies. It would be nice if Microsoft itself provided Windows users with something like Apple’s Time Machine: an efficient total system backup and recovery solution that requires little user interaction ...

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Buffalo Sabers Mascot Sabretooth, History, Reception

All the fun facts, history and trivia you need to know about the Buffalo Sabers mascot The Buffalo Sabers mascot, Sabretooth, is arguably the most physically imposing of the NHL’s 30 mascots (only the new Seattle Kraken and New York Rangers lack it). The seven-foot-tall, 242-pound saber-toothed tiger has made a living watching the enforcers and opposing crushers he eclipses ...

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2022 Black History Month programming on television

February is Black History Month, and new content celebrating Black stories in TV and film is on the way. During Black History Month, many channels will air specials and non-fiction programs that highlight black leaders in politics, entertainment and social justice. PBS will premiere specials about civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer and singer Marian Anderson, while Starz will premiere ...

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Special file – “Dangerous” or “effective” treatment?

China insists TCM has proven effective in fighting pandemic, but some warn of lack of scientific evidence Macau Business | January 2022 | Special report | Traditional Chinese Medicine – Breathe New Life Although it is not known if anyone has been cured of COVID-19 using traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) alone, over the past year and a half dozens of ...

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Built to Spill’s ‘Perfect From Now On’: Still Flawless at 25

Recording an album several times is rarely a good sign. Usually something like this is associated with artists who sell mega-sellers, your Mac Fleetwoods and such, and certainly not dead-in-the-wool indie rockers. But that’s what happened when Built to overflow debuted on a major label. Bandleader and guitar god Doug Martsch had tried recording it alone with drummer Peter Lansdowne ...

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10 Strongest Xbox Characters, Ranked

While Xbox might not quite have the history of PlayStation or Nintendo, it’s still been around for twenty years now. Across four consoles, they’ve been driving some pretty amazing experiences in video games. Whether it’s what Halo did for console first-person shooters or how Xbox was responsible for bringing HD gaming to fans around the world, Microsoft’s contribution is undeniable. ...

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Royal crown slips as Elizabeth prepares to mark 70 years as Queen | The mighty 790 KFGO

By Ben Makori and Michael Holden WINDSOR, England (Reuters) – This year’s celebrations marking Queen Elizabeth’s seven-decade reign will mask a less happy reality for the world’s preeminent royal family: Britain’s monarchy is being challenged in ways unthinkable during the major part of the last 70 years. From the US Sexual Abuse Tribunal case https://www.Reuters.com/world/uk/what-we-know-about-virginia-giuffres-lawsuit-against-britains-prince-andrew-2022-01 -04 facing his son Prince ...

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Last Airbender Theory: Aang Could Fly Before Zaheer

Zaheer used flight to its full extent in The Legend of Korra, but Aang may have unlocked the ability first in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Avatar‘The Legend of Korra introduced Zaheer, a villainous airbender with the unique ability to fly. He was apparently the first airbender in a thousand years to possess this ability – but Avatar Aang may have ...

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Bill James: A Nostalgic Handbook

Browsing through the pages of books about the previous baseball season can make you nostalgic for the recently lived past. Typically, a period of thirty years is needed to piece together such jumbled memories. But when you’re stuck in an MLB lockout, or due to the lack of live baseball, it’s easier to go lunar in less time. The book ...

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FM Szijjártó ahead of UN debate calls on the international community to make it clear that they stand with Israel

The situation in the Middle East is a key issue for Hungary for several reasons, including regional security and waves of migration, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said on Wednesday in New York. If trends point towards stability, peace and tranquility in the region, new waves of migration are less likely to begin, Szijjártó said ahead of a UN Security ...

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Tonga turned into a ‘moonscape’ by ash from a ‘once in a millennium’ volcanic eruption

Ash from an erupting underwater volcano has made Tonga look like “a moonscape”, according to locals on the Pacific island. Particles emitted by the eruption of the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai volcano – a “once in a millennium” event visible from space – have darkened skies and contaminated water supplies. Locals said the island now resembles the surface of the moon after being ...

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Death, grief and family in the pandemic

Book title:Everything is True ISBN-13:978-1526633392 Author: Roopa Farooki Editor:Bloomsbury Edition Guide price:£14.99 Two thousand years ago, a Roman provincial governor asked a question that still haunts us today. Haunts us, indeed, these days more than ever: “What is truth? It’s all true, says Roopa Farooki in this searing memoir about frontline NHS work during the early days of the pandemic. ...

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Tsunami warning in Italy: an underwater volcano could trigger a huge wave of 30 meters | Sciences | News

Yellowstone volcano’s magma chamber mapped in documentary Europe’s largest active volcano is located approximately 175 kilometers (109 miles) south of Naples. With a height of around 3,000 meters, a length of 70 kilometers (43 miles) and a width of 30 kilometers (19 miles), it eclipses Mount Etna, but is invisible to the eye because it is deeply underwater. . Marsili, ...

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DNA in unlikely places helps piece together family trees of ancient humans

This story originally appeared in our January / February 2022 issue. Click here to subscribe to read more stories like this. One hundred thousand years ago, the Neanderthals gathered in a cave perched 3,000 feet above sea level in the Atapuerca Mountains in Spain. While cooking and watching the young people struggle, they littered the ground with DNA in the ...

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Astronomers discover a whole new type of nebula

Most readers of Universe Today are familiar with nebulae. They are gaseous structures lit by the radiation of nearby stars, and they are among the most beautiful forms in nature. With the help of amateur astronomers who laid the groundwork, an international team of astronomers have discovered a new type of nebulae around binary stars that they call galactic emission ...

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White masculinity and the January 6 insurgency

Jacob Chansley, widely known as QAnon Shaman, was one of hundreds of men who stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021. Chansley, who pleaded guilty to obstructing formal congressional proceedings, said he has now lost faith in former President Trump. (Blink O’fanaye / Flickr) Over the past year, political commentary on the causes of the Capitol uprising has rightly tended ...

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10 things Vegeta can’t do after becoming a father

Prince Saiyan Vegeta was one of the first Dragon ball z (DBZ) bad guys. Arrogant enemies are a mainstay of Dragon ball frankness, but Vegeta clings to his contempt for “lower beings” longer than most. Whenever the heroic Z Fighters defend Earth from aliens, androids, and the demonic Majin, Vegeta is behind him as he tries to prove how pitiful ...

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Dusty mysterious object orbiting TIC 400799224

The Transiting Exoplanet Survey, TESS, satellite was launched in 2018 with the aim of discovering small planets around neighboring stars closest to the Sun. TESS has so far discovered 172 confirmed exoplanets and compiled a list of 4,703 candidate exoplanets. Its sensitive camera takes images that cover a huge field of view, more than double the area of ​​the constellation ...

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Performer and teacher DJ Sullivan recalled as “mother of a thousand” San Diego actors

During his 65 years in San Diego, DJ Sullivan built a legacy in the local acting community. She was a performer, teacher and leader of an actors’ union. She ran her own theater company and training program. But former college students say what they will remember most about Sullivan – who died Dec. 23 at the age of 86 – ...

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1971 War Tales Fail to Bust Myths: The Tribune India

Maj Gen Ashok K Mehta (ret’d) military commentator The 1971 Indo-Pakistani War was a brilliant and comprehensive military victory that gave birth to a nation. The grand strategy resulted in the unconditional surrender of 93,000 prisoners of war, the capture of 5,000 km2 in the west and the humiliation of the Pakistani army. When Prime Minister Indira Gandhi surrendered to ...

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Azerbaijan and Bangladesh may benefit from potential bilateral ties – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Azerbaijan is called the “land of fire” because of the incessant fires emanating from a place called Yanar Dag near the Azerbaijani capital Baku. This place is also known as the “Burning Mountain”. The light and the sparks of fire rose up to three meters. The tourist Marco Polo came here in the 13th century. Even then, he saw the ...

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A manifest promise made to us over two thousand years ago: Peace and Good Will

Views : 0 Posted: Saturday, December 25, 2021. 10:44 a.m. CST. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of Breaking Belize News. By Norris Hall: My dear friends and readers: Sandra and I wish you all the fulfillment of a promise of the Manifesto that was made to us over two thousand ...

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Advent to Christmas: what the words Christmas really mean

We take many Christmas words and traditions for granted. But do we really know what they mean? Broadcaster and Word Guru Kel Richards shines a spotlight on common Christmas words. * Advent “Advent” comes from a Latin word meaning “arrival” and is another name for the Christmas season. The word refers to the arrival of the Creator God on the ...

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What do we have here? Archaeologists find ancient tower at Auckland Castle

The remains of a medieval tower have been discovered under Auckland Castle. Archaeologists at Durham University have also found pieces from the reign of Henry VIII and supports for a bridge and entrance to an older castle, dating back over a thousand years. The “exceptional” finds on the lawns of the castle have been re-buried to keep them preserved. Photograph ...

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Watertown Cellist Achieves Perfect Score at NYSSMA and Honors Oxford High School at All-State Music Festival | Education

WATERTOWN – It wasn’t until after taking a class given by Watertown music teacher Rebecca Rose in grade seven, when he was exhibited to Croatian duo 2CELLOS and The Piano Guys, that Connor S. Hall thought that the cello might be something to try. Fast forward five years, and the senior recently received a perfect score on his NYSSMA Level ...

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Lucifer: 10 questions fans are still asking after the finale

LuciferThe finale of is considered by fans to have primarily linked the storylines and character arcs of the series. Most of the remaining plot threads were tied, and many characters got a satisfying ending – even those who hadn’t been seen for some time, like Charlotte Richards. RELATED: 10 Questions The Good Place Season 4 Didn’t Answer This does not ...

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‘It’s like death by a thousand cuts’: how Oldham Athletic became a football League crisis club

Ahead of Oldham Athletic’s game against Forest Green Rovers last Saturday, fan group Push The Boundary tweeted testimony from fans supporting their ‘Empty the Park’ protest. “Holder of a subscription for 13 years and absolutely no chance that I [Boundary Park] today, ”said one of them. “They have emptied the life of our club and that has to change.” The ...

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The gigantic eruption of the star ‘Dragon’ is a terrible warning about the sun

In the search for “potentially habitable” extrasolar planets, one of the main things scientists look at is stellar activity. While stars like ours, a yellow G-type (G2V) dwarf, are considered stable over time, other classes are variable and prone to spurts – particularly red M-type dwarf stars. Even if a star has multiple planets orbiting its habitable zone (HZ), the ...

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Government Employee Donations Reach Nearly $ 590,000 in Annual Charitable Campaign – Newstalk KZRG

JEFFERSON TOWN – The Missouri Office of Administration today announced that this year’s Missouri State Employees Charitable Campaign (MSECC) exceeded donations by $ 588,000, with $ 588,351 pledged to 502 charities across the country. Missouri. Over the past 37 years, state employees have donated nearly $ 34 million to the annual campaign. “This level of generosity that members of the ...

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Young sun-like star may hold warnings for life on Earth

Astronomers spying on a star system tens of light years from Earth have, for the first time, observed a disturbing pyrotechnic spectacle: a star, named EK Draconis, ejected a huge explosion of energy and charged particles much more powerful than anything scientists have seen in our own solar system. The researchers, including astrophysicist Yuta Notsu of the University of Colorado ...

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Traditional Chinese Medicine has a role to play in chronic disease management in S’pore: Ong Ye Kung, Health News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has a role to play in chronic disease management here and the Ministry of Health (MOH) will continue to support the sector, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Sunday (December 12th). Speaking in Mandarin at an event at the Raffles City Convention Center to mark the 75th anniversary of the Singapore Chinese Physicians ...

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Winter Arts Sneak Peek – The Georgetowner

National Building Museum  The wall / El Muro: what is a border wall? Until November 2022  This exhibition examines the border wall between the United States and Mexico from an architectural and design perspective. By focusing on the built environment, visitors will understand that a boundary wall makes something real – and internationally consistent – otherwise meant to be symbolic. ...

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Durham University to become global journalism hub in $ 5million partnership with Reuters – Palatinate

By Théo Burman A fund in honor of a Durham University alumnus and alumnus Palatinate Editor-in-Chief Sir Harold Evans was launched to fund a joint initiative between the University and Thomson Reuters to foster journalistic talent. The fund has already received more than $ 5 million in pledges, including a $ 2 million donation from Reuters, but additional funding is ...

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Why are Broly’s Super Saiyan powers green?

Is it because he’s broccoli, or is there a more logical reason why Broly glows green? There are many mysteries and questions that Dragon ball fans have aspects of the show that are never fully clarified. Where did Vegeta’s “Bad Man” pink shirt come from? Why did the Heeter wait so long to implement their plan to conquer the Empire ...

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Chinese Embassy Hosts Community Food Pantry Collection Week in Tondo, Manila

The beginning of December brings the Chinese Embassy to its third week of community pantry activities in Barangay 82, Tondo, Manila. The care packages prepared for the week-long Community Pantry campaign, December 1-5, 2021, included food and medical supplies that will provide many families in Barangay with their daily needs, especially as the seasons approach. vacation. Chinese Embassy Counselor Xie ...

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In those days at this time – The Australian Jewish News

While COVID has restricted some of the public Hanukkah celebrations we take for granted, Hanukkah this year will once again be a time of celebration, with gourmet treats as well as historical reflection on Jewish survival. Decades ago it was celebrated here in Australia in the traditional way. Reference to the Jewish press from previous years reveals advertisements for Hanukkah ...

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Fool for Yule – Shepherd Express

I’m Art Kumbalek and manischewitz man oh man what a world, right? So listen, I’m on a special reporter assignment to research the whereabouts of the future not to mention, more immediately, a clean, matching pair of socks; so I’m running out of money to write an essay for you this week Thought I would take a look at the ...

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Spreading light in the illumination of the Menorah on Boston Common

“It’s really nice to be a part of the Boston community and the Jewish community that are all dating, especially during the pandemic when it’s so hard to get a group together and celebrate,” Braun said. On Hanukkah, the number of confirmed COVID cases in Massachusetts increased: 5,369 new cases on the first night. The Boston Common 2020 menorah lighting ...

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Today’s Gospel in Art: First Sunday of Advent

Specter, Photo by Dylan Arnold, 2017 © Dylan Arnold Photography Source: Christian art Gospel of November 28, 2021 – Luke 21: 25-28,34-36Jesus said to his disciples: “There will be signs in the sun, moon, and stars; on the land of nations in agony, stunned by the clamor of the ocean and its waves; men dying of fear while waiting for ...

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The Empire’s biggest mistake was Endor, not the Death Stars

Although Galen Erso spoiled the first Death Star, what happened with Endor was just an embarrassing tactical oversight in Star Wars. Emperor Palpatine – Star wars‘Mightiest Sith Lord – wasn’t just renowned for his skill with a lightsaber or control of the Force: he was a Class A schemer. The way he played the long game to weaken the Republic ...

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Curacao’s countryside is full of natural wonders

WWas the last time you did something for the first time? This question guided my trip as I traveled to Curaçao, an island in the Dutch Caribbean. Before visiting, I honestly never heard of the island. Sigh. As I was telling my friends and family where I was traveling, I was asked a question: “Where is it!?” “Oh, it’s a ...

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Really Honor Our Indigenous Peoples | Scott Fina | Chroniclers

As a young schoolboy, I was taught that Christopher Columbus proved the world to be round and discovered America. Greek thinkers determined the spherical nature of our planet almost two thousand years before Columbus. Columbus was also thousands of years behind in discovering America, unless we take into account the millions of people living in the “New World” when he ...

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Pastor of the Valley: To give thanks is a gift that we can give to ourselves, to our loved ones |

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude, community, and uplifting of the spirit, all of which are part of almost all religions. For Pastor Greg Molter of St. Paul’s Methodist Church in Danville and St. Peter’s Methodist Church in Riverside, Thanksgiving is also about the gifts. “For me, giving thanks is a gift, both to us and to those with whom ...

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Marc Vandermeer shares his take on the city of Phoenix for Texans fans heading to the Texans-Cardinals game.

With Texans back and forth on the road, it’s time for my editor-requested (i.e. mandatory!) Article on the road trip location. As usual, this is all done off the top of my head without any research. I probably shouldn’t say zero research because I’ve been to Nashville a ton of times with the Texans and a few other occasions, including ...

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In the time of the Khmer Rouge – The Wayne Stater

I feel bad about what could be a perfect day. The sun is shining and the wind lacks the ugliness we saw last week. It should be an occasion to celebrate. Still, I wonder if the day’s jokes are wasted on our species. Homosapien. We bask in the beauty of the world before reducing it to man-made lawns, ashes, golf ...

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Unacceptable in the ’80s: how Newcastle United went from Waddle, Beardsley and Gascoigne to the brink of third

Chris Waddle, Peter Beardsley, Paul Gascoigne. Three of the most entertaining, iconic and skillful footballers Britain has ever produced. Each born a few miles from the River Tyne. Once in a generation, players who have all matured in the same decade. All three played for Newcastle in the 1980s, but for Newcastle fans it has been a decade dominated by ...

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Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Teenager sparked fatal shooting by pointing AR-15 at man, prosecutors say in closing arguments

“That’s what is causing this whole incident,” said prosecutor Thomas Binger. “When the accused provokes this incident, he loses the right to self-defense. You cannot claim self-defense against a danger that you are creating.” The prosecutor rejected Rittenhouse’s “naughty theory” that Rosenbaum – who had nothing in his hands when he was shot – was going to take the teenager’s ...

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Now available: experience the original RPG classic, STAR WARS: Knights of the Old Republic – Nintendo

Now available: Experience the original RPG classic, STAR WARS: Knights of the Old Republic You are the last hope of the Jedi Order. Four thousand years before the Galactic Empire, hundreds of Jedi Knights fell in battle against the ruthless Sith. Can you harness the awesome power of the Force and save the Republic? Or will you fall for the ...

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Mine Hunter – an indie roguelike pixel dungeon action game available on Google Play Early Access Beta – European Gaming Industry News

Reading time: 2 minutes Publisher Deck 13, which released the world-famous RPG blockbuster CrossCode last year, offers another breakthrough in the genre with a redesigned and improved first-person puzzle and explorer with a mysterious backstory for intrigue. Faraday Protocol is an experience not to be missed. – Get out now! PS / XB / NSW – $ 24.99 / € ...

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New CIIE star: Himalayan salt lamp attracts attention

Pakistan Himalayan Salt Lamp is beautiful and unique, which combines nature and art well. It’s beautiful, it’s practical, it purifies the air, and we’ve rarely seen anything like it before, Ms. Zhang, a Chinese visitor to CIIE, told Gwadar Pro. From November 5 to 10, the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) will be held in Shanghai. On this occasion, ...

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Popular retirement destinations are located in warmer climates

John shewchuk According to North American Van Lines, and with the exception of a few migrations to Idaho, the American population is moving to the southern states. A sure sign of climate change. Additionally, according to the original “raw” NOAA climate data, the maximum summer temperatures (TMAX) are getting colder (see image below). No wonder the most popular retirement destinations ...

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Towards the creation of a more equal world

Chennai: For a long time, archaeological evidence – from Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, Mesoamerica and elsewhere – seemed to confirm this. If you put enough people in one place, the evidence seemed to show, they would start to divide into social classes. You could see inequality emerging in the archaeological records with the appearance of temples and palaces, presided over by ...

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Opinion: A Lesson from the Dome of Deadly Heat

British Columbia thermal dome death toll updated to 595 The thermal dome is long gone, but the aftermath still hangs over the legislature and some government offices where the incredible death toll is still being addressed. The count was updated Monday to 595 people. For reference, it has taken 10 months since the start of the pandemic for deaths from ...

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Maddy Andersen ’25 – Williams’ Record

(Shizah Kashif /Williams’ record) Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current college students for our One in Two Thousand feature. As long as the owner of a selected unix is ​​ready to be interviewed and is not a member of the Save badvice, this person becomes the subject of our interview. This week the ...

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Vladislav Kreynin talks about the main martech trends at the 2021 Web Summit

Vladislav Kreynin, Senior Vice President and Head of Marketing and Communications at Sberbank, is attending Web Summit 2021, the world’s first technology conference, to be held in Lisbon from November 1-4. On the first day of the conference, he moderated a key session titled “What to Expect in Marketing and Martech Over the Next Five Years?” Where he covered the ...

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2015 to 2021 were the hottest seven years on record: UN

2015 to 2021 were the hottest seven years on record: UN The years 2015 to 2021 are set to be the seven hottest on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization, which has warned the world is entering “uncharted territory.” According to the preliminary report on the state of the climate of the World Meteorological Organization, published at the start ...

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The best wines dating back 200 years, including a bottle of 350 thousand euros, …

Two clients staying at the Atrio Hotel in Cáceres (Extremadura), Spain, managed to steal 45 expensive Bordeaux wines from the cellar of the two-star restaurant. Added to this is the Château d’Yquem from 1806, which alone will be worth around 350,000 euros. “They were professionals. They knew exactly what they were doing, ”says owner Jose Polo Guardian. “The couple, a ...

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Nature Journal: Botany and Plant Identification

George ellison | Nature Journal Anyone who leads field trips for plant identification inevitably accumulates a set of corrected ideas – favorite topics that conjure up favorite words and memories. These must be raised against all odds. Here are several of mine. They’re a little weird, but if you find something you like, don’t hesitate to pass it on. According ...

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