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throughout the game. We played well in the first-half, created some chances. Having gone behind, we didn't let us affect us and we got on with it. We might have had all three points at the end
Techradar - Reviews
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Where before you'd have to wake the phone to see the time or check your notifications, now the screen permanently displays a clock, calendar or pattern. It's something that impressed me much more than I was expecting. The number of times I'd approach the phone on a desk and wonder why the display was on were too many to shamelessly admit, but each time I found myself admiring the feature. I'm still torn over whether this is a battery-saving feature or not. It takes about 0.8% per hour of your phone's juice by my reckoning, and over 24 hours, that's around a fifth of the battery power gone just so you can avoid buying a watch. But Samsung believes we unlock our phones over 150 times a day, and by stopping us doing that the device is no longer waking up, starting the CPU and connecting to reams of data services, which in turn saves battery. In practice, that claim seemed to bear out, although turning the display off at night is a must, as I couldn't handle it lighting up the room, despite only a very small area of pixels being left on to show the time.
Mondoweiss
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Their skin is a golden velvet from the sun’s kisses, made gentle by the wind and pure air. They dance and sing with a happy and free rhythm. Behold our liberated and renewed nation in its dance. We youngsters from the diaspora, too, had solid and flexible bodies. We, too, gazed at the Judean mountains lit by the moon beams. Having arrived in Israel, we also moved differently, as do the children of Israel in Ornstein’s passage. Her wordsterribly Orientalist and colonialist to me nowmade us feel deeply connected to the land even pre-1948, “which means it’s undeniably ours,” our teacher Yoav said. But this was one passage in one booklet out of the eight booklets that had thousands of passages just like this one. We were sold. Soon after reading this section on Cultural Zionism, we made our way at night to Tel-Aviv, dancing at the Dolphinariumlater bombed in 2001drinking and moving our bodies like the free Zionist spirits we had read about earlier.
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love spending time in the music department. He used to play with us and with my children out in the back. He used to sit and have pizza with us and used to join and sometimes with the drumming sessions we had
Max Keizer
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Depressive thoughts (and the emotions they generate) tend to be self-reinforcing, and this is why it's so difficult to break out of depression once in its grip. One part of the healing process is to expose the sources of anger that we are repressing. As psychiatrist Karen Horney explained in her 1950 masterwork, Neurosis and Human Growth: The Struggle Towards Self-Realization , anger at ourselves sometimes arises from our failure to live up to the many shoulds we've internalized, and the idealized track we've laid out for ourselves and our lives. The recent article, The American Dream Is Killing Us does a good job of explaining how our failure to obtain the expected rewards of doing all the right things (getting a college degree, working hard, etc.) breeds resentment and despair. Since we did the right things, the system should deliver the financial rewards and security we expected.
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It's all going to collapse soon, even in the mainstream. Someone like Jake Tapper or Max Fisher is going to step out and make a name for himself. Then Andrea Mitchell will tell us that Zionism is a dirty word. (Even Hadassah is debating that now , old Hadassah.) Wolf Blitzer will act like he never was one. Tom Friedman will write a book about democracy in Israel. Eric Axelman I say this because the Portland Press Herald in Maine has a big article about a young Jewish filmmaker doing a film that is critical of Zionism. Not Israel; Zionism. It's time for the media to talk about Zionism, we urged four years ago . Well the Portland Press Herald s Doug Harlow is doing just that. Maine director’s film turns a critical eye toward U.S. ideas about Zionism. The great things about this article are that it's in a regional publication without censorship and the Jewish filmmaker/artist is discovering anti-Zionism for himself and owning it in his own way without having to parrot slogans.
RT News
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A little girl who miraculously survived an airstrike in western Mosul last month has had her sight restored, but still needs more surgery to remove shrapnel from her body, the family told Ruptly at their new home in the eastern part of the Iraqi city. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Iran Project
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The Iran Project
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TasnimAn American political commentator said the anti-Iran Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO also known as MEK) is in league with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), noting that the terror group has been an agent for Washington since the late 1970s. “The MEK has been an agent of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and represents the single most expensive US covert foreign operation since the inception of the CIA at the close of World War II. From 1979 to 1989, the US, UK, and Saudi Arabia provided at least $3 billion dollars in funding to the MEK for the purpose of destabilizing Afghanistan subsequent to the Russian invasion. It is from this history that observers today should consider claims made by the MEK as lacking in credibility,” Mark Mason told the Tasnim news agency. Dr. Mason offers analyses of United States domestic and foreign policies for the international news media.
Plymouth Herald
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The famous and sought-after Blue Peter badges have been awarded to deserving fans since 1963 but how many of us actually achieved the ultimate recognition from our favourite day-time telly stars?For decades the presenters of Blue Peter have encouraged children to make the impossible out of loo roll holders and delve into their creative minds to come up with weird and wonderful stories and song lyrics.If you're between the ages of six and fifteen you can earn yourself one of seven badges in a...
ABC News - United States
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New York City's mayor won election in 2013 by promising free preschool for 4-year-olds and is adding thousands of classroom seats for 3-year-olds as he faces re-election this year
Sky News
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battle lines are still being drawn by Donald Trump. Thank you. And we'll have a special programme from our US team, 24 Hours in Trump's America, tomorrow at 3 o'clock, and again at 8 o'clock, here on Sky News. Time now for a look at the weather
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Katrina Kenny, SA Museum) The story of how modern humans got to be where we are is constantly changing as new evidence is found. This often forces us to confront the idea that we arent as unique as we thought , as we find evidence of behaviors like tool use further and further back in our family tree. New evidence hints that our ancestors may have left Africa—and gone farther from it —than we had thought previously. A paper currently in press at the Journal of Human Evolution takes a look at how Homo floresiensis , the diminutivehobbitspecies, fits into this picture. Its findings suggest that the hobbit lies further down on the family tree than previously thought, something that would only be possible if our ancestors had migrated out of Africa much earlier than any other data suggested. Homebodies or wanderers Our genus Homo may seem to have been pretty determined to get out of Africa.
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can use trade as a method to get to China. Because I happen to think that China does have reasonably good powers over North Korea. Maybe not ultimate, but pretty good powers. If China can help us with North Korea and can solve the problem, that's worth making.
BBC Two England
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"Oh, wow, that's fantastic, absolutely amazing." So you got the job? Got the job, yes, and after a couple of days got used to the movement and the motion and absolutely loved it, and a lot of us did
BBC News 24
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but we do know we have a number of fatalities as of right now. Heavy rains and damaging winds have struck a broad swathe of the US heartland. Downpours that began on Friday have been so intense the ground has been unable to absorb rainfall, causing widespread flooding and prompting evacuations. The governors of Missouri and Oklahoma have declared states.
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down for 20 minutes even. Tough to know what to do. Some food, that is all you can do. That is exactly what we will do, we will be back from 7pm tonight. We have seen just about everything this afternoon. Brilliant safety, 141 from John Higgins, a few mistakes and enough to keep it tasty. The Wizard has got us under his spell so far. Can he.
BBC Two England
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The adventure... Why is this rainforest so wet?! The fun... They're all laughing at us. We look like fools. Dara And Ed's Road To Mandalay..
BBC News 24
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At least one powerful storm hit the city of Canton about 80 kilometres east of Dallas. More were reported in surrounding areas. This is the tornado crossing the road right in front of us. Blocked roads have hindered emergency responders, who are still trying to get out to numerous calls for help
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raise tax on middle incomes and lower incomes. That to us as co-because that is the code the Tories used before the first time they came in when they then went ahead and increased VAT. She's ruled out increasing VAT, but she's not ruling out raising taxes for middle-income people
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Daily Mail - USA
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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The agency that controls Pennsylvania's state-owned wine and liquor stores is working to lift the embargo on Cuban rum.Getting a...