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Daily Mail - Money
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This session the FTSE 100 pushed just 10.9 points higher at 7,275.6, while the Dax and the Cac gained 0.1 per cent.
The Star Online
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TIME - Top Stories
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Caitlyn Jenner has told parts of her story in several places two high-profile 20/20 specials, rare magazine interviews and multiple seasons of her reality TV show but the tale of the world's greatest athlete and most famous transgender woman is laid out from head to toe in her new memoir. Out April 25, The Secrets of My Life is full of memories, but it is just as full of rebuttals, justifications and revelations. Here are some of the highlights. Jenner struggled with identity from an early age and is still struggling with labels. The book details how Jenner came to terms with identifying as a woman over the course of decades, through bouts of confusion, depression and fear. And she uses the memoir to grapple with the questions of what it means to be a woman, for her now, as well as where transgender women stand. In one passage, Jenner makes a distinction between herself and cisgender women, those assigned female at birth, one that is often controversial .
Collective Evolution
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5% is considered to be of pharmacological interest and can alter behaviour or indeed bring about physiological changes. One study in which depressed patients were exposed to citrus aromas not only saw depression reduced, but 9 out of the 12 patients actually discontinued taking antidepressants. 2. Terpenes Dont Exist to Make Humans Feel Better We humans like to think that evolution has our species at its centre. In the case of terpenes, rather than existing to ease our troubled minds and heal our ailing bodies, they are in fact part of a plant’s defense mechanism, protecting against pest invasions and high temperatures. It’s just one of those mysteries of nature that terpenes also happen to make us feel better, too. 3. The Cannabis Plant Contains Approximately 200 Terpenes Yes, you heard it right. The cannabis plant contains an astonishingly complex array of terpenes that determine each strain’s unique aroma and some would even say its effect.
Daily Mail - USA
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South China Morning Post
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A long-awaited deal to lower the cap on guaranteed earnings for Hong Kongs two power companies was announced on Tuesday, but it fell short of public demands and locked the city into another 15 years of full dependency on them. Environment minister Wong Kam-sing said the agreement could see electricity tariffs reduced by up to 5 per cent, but CLP Power and HK Electric would not commit to this. The amount the two suppliers are allowed to earn will be slashed from 9.99 per cent to 8...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A 22-year-old man has been jailed for six years after police found an arsenal of weapons stored under a bed and in a wardrobe.Christopher Gerald, of Westgate Street, St Ann's, pleaded guilty to possessing the firearms and ammunition.Police found the cache when they searched a house where he sometimes stayed in Jedburgh Walk, St Ann's, on Tuesday, September 9, 2016.A pump action shotgun with a shortened barrel, loaded with a single live round, and a working Beretta Silver Pigeon double barrel...
BBC Parliament
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closures had been bad for customers, ranking franchises were slunk round-ups is across a range of indicators including queue times, service times, customer services and advice on products, disabled access and counter positions. The post office had already spent money refurbishing the offices and is now closing and franchising with £5.9 million spent since 2010 reversion 59 offices. They announced they will.
Home Designing
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Global News
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"Mr. President, I know you're proud of your ratings, but," Stephen Colbert said, "How do I say this — it's not a good thing to compare yourself to 9/11, right?"
Bleacher Report
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Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister said Monday he was ejected during the ninth inning of his team's 3-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins for clapping too loudly. According to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News , Banister said he was told by home plate umpire Alfonso Marquez that his clapping was the reason behind the ejection: "It's the first time I've ever been ejected for clapping." Banister took issue with Marquez for ringing up shortstop Elvis Andrus on a borderline pitch by Twins closer Brandon Kintzler, which led to the ejection . It marked the second time in less than a week that Banister was ejected, as he was also tossed from Texas' game against the Oakland Athletics on April 19. The Rangers are scuffling to the tune of a 9-11 record, which puts them third in the AL West. For more news, rumors and related stories about the Texas Rangers and MLB , check out the MLB and Rangers streams on Bleacher Report's app .
Leicester Mercury
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A man has been jailed for stealing condoms and lubricant worth over £174.It was one of the recent cases heard before Leicester Magistrates' Court, others include:Sonny Rabien (52), of Staveley Road, Melton Mowbray, was found guilty of assaulting an off-duty police officer at Melton Mowbray on July 9 last year.He was jailed for 12 weeks and ordered to pay £115 compensation.Ionut-Vasile Naparca (26), of Ridley Street, Leicester, pleaded guilty to stealing condoms and lubricant worth...
ThinkGeek
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Mondoweiss
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ABC News - International
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Ars Technica
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Boeing Last October, during a White House Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh, President Obama sat down in a simulator of Boeing's Starliner spacecraft, which will begin transporting astronauts to the International Space Station within a couple of years. The commander-in-chief wanted to try his hand at a task astronauts would eventually have to perform. After taking the controls and cleanly docking to the station, Obama gleefully exulted, “Your ride is here, baby." So when I sat down in the same simulator on a recent Friday morning, at the FIRST Robotics Competition in Houston, I felt a little pressure to match the president's success. Even though this simulator has been "dumbed" down for the general public from the real thing, it still wasn't trivial to guide the Starliner, nose first, into a docking port on the station's Node 2 module. Read 9 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Fast Company
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Today, Laugh.ly boasts 200,00 installs, with the active user consuming an average of 51 minutes per session. In March, users consumed over 5 million minutes of comedy. Theres a subset of 1,000 hardcore users, whom Scott describes as comedy nerds, who listen to approximately 117 minutes per session. Of those folks, he says, some ended up being recruited to curate content, test early builds, and shape the future of the app, in exchange for free premium services. According to the companys research and recent user survey, the average Laugh.ly user is male, 27, and college educated. The no. 1 time listeners use the app is between the hours of 7:00-9:00 p.m., presumably as a way to wind down after work while multitasking other activities like cooking dinner or working out. The second most popular time was the the commute ride home, right after 5:00pm, with the third belonging to the commute en route work.
MarketWatch Headlines
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Techradar - Reviews
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3 software and above will be compatible with the watch, which means pretty much every major smartphone of the last few years. If youre on iOS, youll be able to use it on devices running iOS 9 software and above. Thats the iPhone 5 or later. To be able to connect your devices, youll need to download Android Wear to your phone and go through the manual connection process in there. The Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 is running Android Wear 2.0 software, which is the latest version of the operating system, so it supports most apps youd expect it to. The likes of Uber, Runtastic and Strava all have apps specifically designed for Android Wear 2.0, and there are a few added benefits to the latest version of Android Wear, such as easier to navigate software. On the watch itself there's a piece of software called Tag Heuer Studio.
ESPN Cricinfo - Live Scores
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MarketWatch Headlines
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MarketWatch Headlines
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Den of Geek
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Vaughn reunites with regular collaborator Jane Goldman for the screenplay, and the story is set to see the Kingsman team working side by side with their American equivalent, the Statesman. Expect mayhem. 9. Hidden Figures Hidden Figures brings to the screen a little-heard story from the history of NASA and the space race. The film stars Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spender, Janelle Monae and Kirsten Dunst, and it tells the tale of a team of women who provided the mathematical data behind the mission to launch John Glenn into space. Their story has – as the title of the film suggests – been tucked down the back of American history's sofa until now. It was brought to the screen by St Vincent director Theodore Melfi, who also recruited support from Kevin Costner and Jim Parsons. Review 8. Paddington 2 The gang returns for the eagerly-awaited follow-up to the delightful Paddington .