Mondoweiss
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3. Connecting the dots: The claim that either [1] or [2] have any relevancy. The overriding issue, however, is that none of this matters. The very argument is preposterous. Let’s say that nothing called Palestine was ever a sovereign state. Let’s say a great and might Eretz Israel ruled the land three thousand years ago. So what? Ancient history, whether evidence-based or Biblical, is irrelevant. Descriptio Et Sitvs Terrae Sanctae Alio Nomine Palestina... (The description and location of the Holy Land, also known as Palestine...), by the Flemish mapmaker Gerard de Jode (literally, Gerard the Jew). Copperplate engraving, published in the 1593 Speculum Orbis Terrarum . Photo: Stanford University. When beginning in the early 1880s, European Zionists decided to move on in, people already lived there , period, end-of-story. They had been living there for centuries, lived through the various upheavals, political shifts, wars, and all the other permutations that have defined human civilization.
Natural Blaze
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Mondoweiss
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3. Connecting the dots: The claim that either [1] or [2] have any relevancy. The overriding issue, however, is that none of this matters. The very argument is preposterous. Let’s say that nothing called Palestine was ever a sovereign state. Let’s say a great and might Eretz Israel ruled the land three thousand years ago. So what? Ancient history, whether evidence-based or Biblical, is irrelevant. Descriptio Et Sitvs Terrae Sanctae Alio Nomine Palestina... (The description and location of the Holy Land, also known as Palestine...), by the Flemish mapmaker Gerard de Jode (literally, Gerard the Jew). Copperplate engraving, published in the 1593 Speculum Orbis Terrarum . Photo: Stanford University. When beginning in the early 1880s, European Zionists decided to move on in, people already lived there , period, end-of-story. They had been living there for centuries, lived through the various upheavals, political shifts, wars, and all the other permutations that have defined human civilization.
BBC Two England
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of people, 13 centuries, and got so close to being in a second semifinal, and I think he has won even more at my wrist, particularly in these parts in Great Britain. 100%. I'm struggling to think of anybody who has played that well and lost here. That's how good.
BBC Two England
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86 is the record. I can't see there being 17 centuries in the final, John. That would take some doing. You never know. In goes the black so there will be no way back.
Western Daily Press
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People have been paying respects to a 2,000-year-old tree named Gog which was badly damaged in a fire.The tree caught fire on April 26 and was badly damaged.Why is Gog so important?One of the most famous is the Major Oak in Sherwood Forest which is purported to be the place where Robin Hood and his Merry Men hatched their plots.But locally we have two trees which have attracted many visitors over the centuries Gog and Magog, which stand close to Paradise Lane, near the Tor in...
BBC Two England
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I must admit, in the second round I thought we might beat the record for centuries this year but it doesn't look like it now, unless we have an extraordinary final
BBC News 24
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Washington Free Beacon
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The barren, rocky geography of Athens drove it to become a seafaring nation; her mythical founder was cunning Theseus, who slew the Minotaur with strength and guile. Coming out of its own "dark ages" around 800 B.C., Athens "became a republic governed by a group of noble families." But as people migrated to the city and population increased, so did poverty. "During the seventh and sixth centuries two ways were found of resolving this conflict between rich and poor," Everitt writes. "The first was to install one-man rule—in other words, a tyranny. The second was to invite an experienced politician to recommend radical constitutional reform—in other words, to hand over the problem to a wise, all-knowing lawgiver." Solon (c. 640-after 561 B.C.) was one of these lawgivers. Contending with the rich on one side and the poor on the other, he began the movement toward democracy.
BBC News 24
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Collective Evolution
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We also suggested that smaller light sails may be widely prevalent, which are presently undetectable as their spectral flux densities are too low. Using the all-sky cosmological rate of FRBs, we argued that an FRB might originate within the Milky Way once every several centuries. Although the possibility that FRBs are produced by extragalactic civilizations is more speculative than an astrophysical origin, quantifying the requirements necessary for an artificial origin serves, at the very least, the important purpose of enabling astronomers to rule it out with future data. You can access the full study here . Strange radio wave flashes from far outside of our Milky Way galaxy (or in it) have scientists completely confused. Since 2001, telescopes have been picking up these fast radio bursts (FRBs). Only a total of ten have ever been detected. The bursts last just a few milliseconds and then explode with just as much energy as our Sun releases in a month, which is massive.
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BBC Two England
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is his last game in this semifinal. His opponent Ding Junhui will have other ideas. He made two centuries last evening to draw level at 12-12, will he.
BBC One London
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in centuries all over the place was that it did not matter how he did it. It does not look like a three frame gap opening. He keeps coming back. That is back to one frame. We will be saying it all afternoon
BBC One London
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Just about OK. Two wonderful centuries last evening to.
BBC One London
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centuries last evening to get back to all square. He has coming towards the table. That has showed the angle.
BBC One London
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And every likelihood now we will see a century here. Mark has already had six centuries and we are up.
BBC One London
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centuries. I think the record is 16. I think that is John Higgins. In fact, it is Stephen Hendry, sitting in the studio, sorry, Stephen!.
BBC One London
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way he has been scoring, 13 centuries in that one in so far, he had a chance in amongst the balls. A lovely length of cue ball. That has been so impressive about him. The fact he has matched.
BBC One London
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as we see this red come towards the corner pocket, that safety success rate with 13 centuries, Mark must have a few friends up in the balcony. He was doing a lot of that last evening
BBC One London
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of 12 ranking titles, he has inspired millions back home. His two big breaks late last night to level the match were superb. 13 centuries from him in the tournament so far. A national hero.
BBC One London
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Mark Selby. There were back-to-back centuries last night when he was 12-10 behind, Ding Junhui. I think we learned an awful lot about this man last night, didn't we? We did
BBC One London
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getting some practice and work done before his final session at two 30p against Ding Junhui after a sensational session last night in which Mark went 12-10 up and Ding came straight back at him with back-to-back centuries. It is beautifully.
BBC Two England
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away at the minute. It must be soul destroying for Barry, he's such a brilliant player. Stephen Hendry talks about his match in the English Open at Preston. He made five centuries in about nine frames and he looked unbeatable