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Den of Geek
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All very curious stuff! Lastly, a single date emerges from the poster's hidden details: April 7th, 1973. Could this be the period in which Hiddleston and Co. encounter the mighty Kong? We'll find out just a few short months into the new year... Kong: Skull Island story Entertainment Weekly, dished up some plot-revealing quotes from director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, who teased that Kong: Skull Island would be set in the '70s, "a time where it was believable that we could still be confronted with myth." It stars Hiddleston as an ex-British SAS tracker and Larson as a war photographer who venture to the island when a NASA-based world mapping program finds a mysterious island... Skull Island. “We’re very explicitly not telling the beauty and the beast story,” Vogt-Roberts told EW. “From the size of the skull [in the photo above], you can tell that things on this island are much bigger than audiences are used to with traditional Kong lore.
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ITV
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No, absolutely not. That is a thing of beauty. Hello. Hello, Nikki, it has been ages. I would give you a tour. I would love that. No-one told me we were expecting you. Mac is letting us borrow one of his machines. We need to recover some data.
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Directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, the movie follows Gore as he continues his campaign to build a more sustainable future for the planet. 'Into the future' Redford has always insisted the festival stays free of politics, but that has proved unavoidable with the festival opening the day before climate denier Donald Trump enters the White House. Trumped: Inside the Greatest Political Upset of All Time, offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Republican president-elect's shock victory against Hillary Clinton. Elsewhere there are documentaries on the unsolved death of six-year-old American beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey, the death of online tabloid Gawker and the crisis in Syria. Sundance received 13,782 submissions including 4,068 feature-length films – more than half from overseas – and 8,985 shorts. In past years, films that have premiered at the festival – there are more than 100 this year – have earned rave reviews, and many directors, including Quentin Tarantino and Steven Soderbergh, built their reputations there.
The Sun Daily - World News
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Avalanche warnings were issued across a region that has a number of ski resorts and a highest peak, Gran Sasso, at 2,912m. A high-risk country In Amatrice, the belltower of the 15th Century Church of Sant'Agostino collapsed. It had been damaged by the first of the earthquakes which struck the mountainous centre of the country between August and October last year. Most of those who died in that quake were in Amatrice, a beauty spot which was packed with holidaymakers at the height of the summer season. Two further quakes rattled the region in October, with the most powerful measuring 6.5 magnitude. Amatrice mayor Sergio Pirozzi cursed his town's bad luck. "I don't know if we did something bad. That's what I have been asking since yesterday. We have got up to two metres of snow and now another earthquake!" Stefano Petrucci, mayor of nearby Accumoli, said roads were unpassable and bemoaned a shortage of clearance trucks.
Daily Mail - Home
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Lord Snowdon, who died last week at the age of 86, was Antony Armstrong-Jones when he married Princess Margaret in 1960, but their relationship was marred by infidelity on both sides.
Daily Mail - Home
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Lord Snowdon, who died last week at the age of 86, was Antony Armstrong-Jones when he married Princess Margaret in 1960, but their relationship was marred by infidelity on both sides.
The Huffington Post
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I just saw a quote that gave me shivers. Rainer Maria Rilke said, "Let everything happen to you. Beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final." No feeling is final. There are people undergoing nauseating chemotherapy right now. There are people with newborn babies who think they'll never sleep through the night again. There are people who are celebrating a promotion they have worked years to receive. There are people cashing their first paycheque. There are people signing bankruptcy paperwork. There are people going on the vacation of their dreams. There are people getting a divorce. There are people recovering from surgery. There are people preparing for a marathon. There are people winning and losing at the game of life in this particular moment. The thing is, each moment is different. You win some and you lose some. You also win when you lose and you often lose when you win.
Daily Mail - Home
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Lord Snowdon, who died last week at the age of 86, was Antony Armstrong-Jones when he married Princess Margaret in 1960, but their relationship was marred by infidelity on both sides.
Daily Express - Film
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Vanity Fair
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Matching your lip colors to your nails never goes out of styleMarilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Madonna, and Rihanna are all proof.
Slate
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On Tuesday, President Obama commuted the sentences of 209 people, including 109 with life sentences. The move brought Obama’s count to 1,385, the most commutations of any president in American history. He also pardoned 64 people Tuesday. In all, the president has granted these forms of mercy to 1,597 people over the course of his presidency.
The Huffington Post
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You have to show up regularly. Don't allow any setbacks stop you. Following a regular schedule will help push through distractions. Ignore temptations such as "I'm going to check my email or check Facebook right now to see what Lisa is up to." If you do that, you are training your brain to develop a bad habit. As someone who has their own business, the struggle is real. My procrastinator-self wants to take over on a regular basis. Be there mentally when doing the work. You have to show up. 2. Understand your motivational values. You have to be comfortable and honest with what motivates you to show up. Motivation is what drives you to make decisions, energizes you and shapes your approach to work each day. You can simply look at it through a different angle. If art or beauty is motivating to you, but you sit at a desk all day doing data entry, then surround your work space with beauty.
Core77
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A rustic beauty with warm white and browns mixed with cool grey and charcoal." "Repurposed Oak is a sun kissed barnwood. It has a beautiful warm patina that is the perfect rustic look." "Repurposed Oak Planked is an oak barnwood that is planked with light and dark naturally occurring color variations." "Antique Barrel was once an old oak whisky cask. The distressed markings and fawn color elevates this design to a refined industrial look." Here's the same "pattern" as above, but with a slight color variation: In general, you get four to five feet before the pattern starts to repeat. Some, as with the Antique Limed Pine, repeat randomly. If you just glanced at the photos above, you may not have noticed the repetition; but if you go back and look more carefully you're sure to notice it. But will your customers? If you want to learn more about companies using inkjet printers to simulate natural wood, Bill Esler's got an article about it over on Woodworking Network .
OK!
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Danielle Armstrong shared her smear test story on Snapchat [Danielle Armstrong/Snapchat] The reality star took to Snapchat to explain doctor’s foundabnormal cells” following her last smear test. She urged her fans to book in for their own check-ups following her health scare, however assured them that she is okay. Explaining the situation, the blonde beauty said: “I have got some abnormal cells, however they are cells that can naturally go away but I have got ...
BBC One East Midlands
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We've been told by Usdaw - the shop workers' union - that the firm's told them that up to 300 jobs could be lost. This is one of the company's biggest distribution warehouses, sending pharmaceutics and beauty products all over the country. This site used to be owned by Unichem - absorbed some years ago by Walgreens Boots Alliance - and these staff say they've worked here for both firms for decades. Just shutting the central bay and shutting unit two down there and moving everything up into unit one.
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Derby Telegraph
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A pharmaceuticals firm has announced plans to shed jobs at its Derbyshire site - and it could be as many as 300, according to a union.Alliance Healthcare, which wholesales, distributes and retails pharmaceutical, surgical, medical and healthcare products throughout Europe, has confirmed it is planning to shed jobs at its Derbyshire operation. The move is part of the restructuring of the firm's health and beauty division.As well as the reduction in the Derbyshire head count, the proposed changes...
Daily Mail - Home
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Pensioners can retire into a life of luxury at a care home in Cardiff including its own chauffeur-driven Mercedes, a cinema room, spa and beauty salon for £78,000-per-year.