BBC News 24
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Those questions cast a cloud over the administration and its not going to go away until we have much more forthcoming information. Don't about impeachment, don't talk about scandal, led the special council do their work. Thank you very much. The secretary was referring to these latest reports that Jared Krishna, the son-in-law of the president, went to the Russians and said could he set up a private communications channel with Moscow during the transition.
The Event Chronicle
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How much is Trump? These are malignant forces ranging from the corrosive Zionist predators in Israel, to the assembled Kazakh families of Europe. Also the unelected, so out of control, presumptive CIA and Homeland Security and the oh so very criminal Washington Jewish Cadres. This people's choice President IS Democracy. Humanity, public or community values, means nothing to such parasitical entities. Power at all costs, Agenda 21, is their mantra. Subjugation, domination and extermination. Life, yours(!), means nothing the them. You are each disposable assets. Their Deep State (Unelected!!) has one agenda Sequestrate! Exterminate. Deep State is as ugly as the name purveys. Dismantle it, before it You! Now, with Comey the first to be cast aside, the battle lines are drawn, who next? Do we have to wait for the sleazy manipulating low standard Crime Family Kushner's to decide, up to their slimy necks in cahoots with Mossad and the worst Israeli criminal family tyrants ? Who has Daddy's ear? How can this be allowed, or tolerated? Kushner's a Gofer for Zio trash and is working Trump like a Puppet.
The Washington Times - Football
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Design Milk - Art
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Lim + Lu's entire booth just made me happy. The wall was covered with these marbled, geometric patchwork rugs in all kinds of colors and they also displayed a cool daybed and some fun candleholders and vases. Anna Karlin's booth was just stunning. It was a curated space with various lighting fixtures (two below) and an impressive chaise (below) I caught people trying to get selfies on. Above is Glyph , a series of cast bronze, wood, and metal sculptures that hang from a wall-mounted peg rack that was designed to hang in a much ignored hallway.
BBC News 24
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has a search, a quest. This time it's for the Trident of Poseidon. The last time we were with Pirates Of The Caribbean, it was one that everyone felt was like an afterthought. The reason we are back is because these movies make a huge amount of money. We have some of the old cast, some new faces
BBC Parliament
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The last one was locked up in 1880. There are 334 Tet -- steps and a further 59 to the top. The eight Shields between the Belfry and the cast iron roof to pick the three kingdoms and the various members of the house of Tudor. At one time, it was common to see wisps of smoke coming out of the top of the tower. In the west side of the tower is an air shaft that ventilated the main buildings. A furnace was kept building at the.
BBC Parliament
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This house has no confidence in Her Majesty 's government. Prime Minister. Then came the first female speaker. Order. Order. Betty Boothroyd dispensed with the wig but kept the rest. Michael Martin who followed her cast aside the knee breeches and tides
Hackaday
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If we cast our minds back to the early years of the transistor, the year that is always quoted is 1947, during which a Bell Labs team developed the first practical germanium point-contact transistor. They would go on to be granted the Nobel Prize for their work in 1956, but the universal adoption of their invention was not an instantaneous process. Instead there would be a gradual change from vacuum to solid state that would span the 1950s and the 1960s, and even in the 1970s you might still have found mainstream devices on sale containing vacuum tubes. First point contact transistor via kasap3 To speed up this process, Bell Labs made every effort to publicize their invention. Thus we come to our subject today, their 1953 publicity film The Transistor , in which the electronics industry of the era is described and how each part of it might revolutionize by the transistor is laid out.
Dezeen
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After that, we're mostly in a world of inner-city housing, of a very specific type – the single family house on a dense lot in giant cities like Tokyo and Kyoto, often very close to heavy infrastructure, with power lines above, private and often tailored to a specific client. This isn't a typology common in Europe or the US, but it dominates this exhibition, with only a couple of blocks of flats or country houses. Many of the houses are responding in some way to a hyperactive urban landscape of adverts and signs Most either attempt to protect or advertise the owner. Some of this is thuggish, almost paranoid. The mid-60s Tower House by Takamitsu Azura is brutalism at its most blunt and unromantic, a cave crammed into a tiny space between flats, vertical and with cheaply finished, abrasive concrete, with even the stairs cast out of the same mould as the main structure.
Design Milk - Home
5 hours
Lim + Lu's entire booth just made me happy. The wall was covered with these marbled, geometric patchwork rugs in all kinds of colors and they also displayed a cool daybed and some fun candleholders and vases. Anna Karlin's booth was just stunning. It was a curated space with various lighting fixtures (two below) and an impressive chaise (below) I caught people trying to get selfies on. Above is Glyph , a series of cast bronze, wood, and metal sculptures that hang from a wall-mounted peg rack that was designed to hang in a much ignored hallway.
OK!
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The Made in Chelsea original has been on the show since it began in 2011, but will now step down months after announcing her pregnancy. Binky, who has expecting her first child with partner Josh JP Patterson, will no longer play a regular role in the show. Amid news Binky is set to have her own TV show to follow her as she takes on motherhood, she is now set to depart the E4 reality series. It’s not known if Josh will join her in leaving the series, but Binky has taken to Instagram ...
ABC News - United States
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South China Morning Post
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Breitbart News
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Politico
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“The test is whether you turn out for an election, right?” said former California Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez, an Ellison supporter who was an early favorite in the House race before he dropped out with a health condition. “They didnt turn out and organize for either of the Bernie candidates in the Jimmy Gomez race. So instead the guy who gets cast as the most institutionalJimmy — and the guy with the least credibility as a Democratic candidate — (Robert) Ahnmove forward. So that tells me there’s nothing sustainable about the way in which they engaged in that race.” Even when Sanders supporters have organized aggressively, the effect on elections has been marginal. Early this year, Sanders supporters in California flooded into long-ignored, district-level meetings at which one-third of state Democratic Party delegates are selected, seeking to leave their mark on the race for chair of the nation’s biggest state party.
Sky News
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as police continued to cast the net and try to round up the people they say formed the network around Salman Abedi, so the investigation is still very much alive and ongoing and, as we now know, spreading geographically right down to the south coast as well, with further arrests.
BBC News 24
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It led to inaccurate reports that the film was temporarily stopped due to the press's reaction, when in fact, a technical fault was to blame. The cast were diplomatic about the controversy. There is evolution happening
BBC News 24
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Like his last film, Snowpiercer, director Bong has assembled an international cast, working again with Tilda Swinton plus Jake Gyllenhaal,.
BBC News 24
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from different time periods. And then there was the was the well-received neurotic New York family comedy, The Meyerowitz Stories from director Noah Baumbach, whose sharp writing film was much appreciated by his cast. He really is the best and we do say his dialogue word for word, whether we like it or not
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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Take us through what Nick Clegg is saying and wife. Once again the focus going very much on security. If you cast your mind back to when the UK notified its withdrawal of.
Daily Express - Health
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THE belief that a regular glass of wine is good for the heart may just be “wishful thinking”, according to a study.
OK!
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Sittingbourne Messenger
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A Wild West style bar has been used as a location for a home-grown movie.