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The dissolution of the monasteries: A New Story by James G. Clark (Yale, £ 25 (£ 22.50); 978-0-300-11572-7). “The first account of the dissolution of monasteries in fifty years – exploring its profound impact on the people of Tudor England. Shortly before Easter, 1540 marks the end of almost a millennium of monastic life in England. Until then, the houses ...

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Some supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro turn against him

MBOOK OVIMENTO BRASIL (MBL), or the Free Brazil Movement, is a group of angry young men who have a knack for using social media and the streets to achieve their political goals. Since its inception seven years ago, the right-wing group has helped bring down a president, leftist Dilma Rousseff, who was ousted in 2016, and played the role of ...

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Why Businesses Need Middle Managers

October 2, 2021 EVERY LARGE the company has a boss and minions, who do most of the work. What comes between the corner office and the workshop is a matter of management preference. The organizational charts of some companies are imposing thousand sheets, with staff crammed into rigid hierarchies crammed with assorted supervisors. More fashionable lately has been the pancake ...

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Farewell, Liberty Ballers – Liberty Ballers

Hello readers. It’s me, Kevin. And I’m here to make the bittersweet announcement that my time at Liberty Ballers is coming to an end. I’ve struggled to find the motivation to write about basketball, and with so many recent changes to the site, now is a really good time to go. Many thanks to Seth Pollack, who gave me this ...

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On the permanence of the arts: myths and realities

SHIHAB SARKAR | Posted: September 30, 2021, 8:21 p.m. Despite repeating the proverb for ages, humans tend to forget it over and over again. It’s an old adage: permanence is a myth. Nothing lasts in the world after all. In fact, it is the ephemeral that remains true to humanity at different times. Humans are discovering the relevance of time-tested ...

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BBC viewers praise Millennium 7 Up contributor

A woman who appeared on the Millennium 7Up series has been praised by BBC viewers after revealing that she avoided a career in law to teach children from “difficult backgrounds”. Courtney, from Liverpool, first appeared on the documentary project – which catches up to each of its subjects every seven years – at the turn of the millennium, where she ...

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DC Stargirl: ‘Summer School: Chapter Nine’ pics released

The CW posted photos for “Summer School: Chapter Nine,” the ninth episode of DC Stargirlis the second season. The episode will air on Tuesday, October 5. The next episode will see John Wesley Shipp guest star as Jay Garrick, the embodiment of The Flash’s golden age and a member of the original Justice Society of America. We’ve seen most of ...

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Minnesota movie theaters stay open and sell popcorn

“Fundraising Zone Logo” What does an owner of a government-closed cinema do in the midst of the Covid pandemic? They sell movie theater popcorn! The motto of this couple is: “When life throws you grains, make popcorn”. What does a movie theater owner do in the midst of the Covid pandemic when he can’t show movies in theaters? They sell ...

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