Global News
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Sky News
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seeing a Republican, socialist, Prime Minister, Foreign Minister throwing their weight behind your man, and is that the overall of the? I think we are all... You can't describe the way we feel now. We are all.
Channel 4
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I would describe it as trepidation bordering on jubilation. They think they've done it. I spoke to the Maher of the town a short time ago. He told me that he thought Marine Le Pen would get through to the second round on grounds.
Sky News
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Dan, what do we know about what exactly happened this morning? This is an innocent man city trying to look after his property. Please describe it as a nice area to the south of the city centre in Manchester. It was around three o'clock this.
Washington Free Beacon
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More Americans say that the Democratic Party is "out of touch with the concerns of most Americans" than either the Republican Party or President Trump, according to a new ABC News/ Washington Post poll . According to the survey, 67 percent of those polled said that the Democratic Party was "out of touch" with common American concerns, and only 28 percent said the party is "in touch." Six percent said they had no opinion. Under-the-radar stat in ABC/Post poll: 67% (!) say Democratic Party is out of touch with concerns of Americans more than GOP and Trump. Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) April 23, 2017 These numbers are similar to but worse than those for the Republican Party: 62 percent of those polled said they thought Republicans were out of touch, while 32 percent said they were in touch and seven percent had no opinion. President Trump beat out both his own party and the opposition: 58 percent of those polled consider him out of touch, 38 percent describe him as in-touch, and four percent had no opinion.
Techradar
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Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year, and its a really big deal: in 2016 in the UK, we spent a whopping 1.23 billion - and over the Black Friday week, we spent 6.45 billion. On Black Friday 2016 Target was shifting 3,200 TVs per minute , and in the first few hours of Black Friday Amazon had sold over 100,000 childrens toys. In the US, Adobe reports that online sales hit $3.34 billion, with $1.2 billion of that coming from people using mobile devices. The most popular purchases? iPads and 4K Samsung TVs. Its ironic that Black Friday drives so much traffic to websites, because it used to be about more traditional traffic: the name was used by US police to describe the chaos when everybody hit the sales on the same day. Black Friday still happens on the High Street, but increasingly the best deals - and the most shoppers - are online.
BBC One London
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describe it, it is about just hanging on. Apart from the last three weeks, when we are told he had a few problems, his preparation had been going well. Ready to run fast
BBC One London
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onto them, with them. Another Kenyan, Daniel Wanjiru. Still in touch, hanging on for the time being. That is the best way I can describe it, it is.
BBC One London
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to describe the visit of Stoke as the biggest game in years. John Roeder was there to see it. Paul Clement has set a target of three victories in the Swans'.
Hackaday
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In the home computer boom of 1980s Britain, you could describe Amstrad as the third-placed home-grown player after Sinclair and Acorn. If you were a computer enthusiast kid rather than a gamer kid, you wanted Acorn's BBC Micro, your parents bought you Sinclair's ZX Spectrum because it was cheaper, and you thought the Amstrads were cool because they came with a better monitor than your family's cast-off 1970s TV. Amstrad were not a computer company headed by a technical wizard, instead they were a consumer electronics company whose founder [Alan Sugar] had a keen nose for the preferences of the consumer. Thus the Amstrad machines were different from some of their competitors: they were more polished, more appliances than experimental tools. Mass storage devices such as tape decks and floppy drives were built-in, every Amstrad came with its own dedicated monitor, and keyboards were decent quality as you'd see on a proper computer.
TYT YouTube
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A new Harvard report discovered that many child immigrants are being forced into sex work to pay off smugglers. Cenk Uygur, Francis Maxwell, and Hannah Cranston, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://www.tytnetwork.com/go Read more here: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/apr/18/child-refugees-in-europe-forced-to-sell-bodies-to-pay-smugglers "Unaccompanied child refugees in Greece desperate to reach the UK and other parts of northern Europe are being forced to sell their bodies in order to pay smugglers to help them with their journeys, according to a new report from Harvard University. The report, from Dr Vasileia Digidiki and Prof Jacqueline Bhabha at the university’s centre for health and human rights, reveals what they describe as a “growing epidemic of sexual exploitation and abuse of migrant children in Greece”.
BBC One London
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behind them. Five defeats in six lead the man with his hands on a message to describe the visit of Stoke is the biggest game in years. John Roeder was there to see it. Paul Clement has set.
BBC Two England
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Jodelle Douglas. So cool, unbelievable. It is all a front. As we know you applied in 2015 and got to the category finals. Can you describe what.
BBC Two England
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That is the only way I can describe him. Phenomenal. Just when you look like it was them to go 9-9, he has got a mountain to climb again. Two friends. Assess what he may be feeling in that chair, stewing about what has happened. Honestly, he will be devastated. He has played well.
BBC Two England
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STUDIO: This is the sort of standard that made this match so compelling, you were commentating on it in the second session this morning, how would you describe it? A brilliant match. It was fascinating for me to watch the crowd this morning. They were absolutely enthralled, they were buzzing,.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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more twists and turns, how would you describe the dressing room? I don't think anyone has spoken yet. And I have left the dressing room. We came.
Japan Times
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Sky News
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because they are the people vote en masse. You have a bit of a clue as to what I think. Let me illuminate a little bit more. The oldest of all democracies with a proud parliamentary tradition, that is how Theresa May often likes to describe this nation, how ironic then that she should be the one capitalising on the lack.
ScienceDaily
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Sky News
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It is hard to describe what it means to people. We came up against one of the best sides in the country and thankfully, with the deflections, we got another chance to get back here
TopRank
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Keep your content fresh, and fill holes in your editorial calendar, by changing up the content type . Save room for those easy-to-write, sharable listicles, sure. But balance them with thought leadership pieces that firmly establish your brand’s point of view. Add how-to articles that are 100% utility. You can even round up useful content from other sources and curate for your audience. #5: Look for “Turkey Slices” “I use a Thanksgiving analogy…You cook up this giant bird to serve up on one glorious occasion and then proceed to slice and dice this thing for weeks on end. If you are like most families you are going to be repurposing this bird as leftovers for quite some time, creating everything from sandwiches, to soups, and more. Your content marketing strategy can be thought of in the same way.” Rebecca Lieb At LinkedIn Marketing Solutions*, they have a lovely mixed metaphor to describe their content strategy.
Daily Mail - Australia
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A six-year-old boy who was flung out of a carnival ride south of Melbourne on Monday died in hospital on Friday night. Eugene Mahauariki's parents describe him as 'happy kind and caring'.
Voice Of America
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A spokesman for House Speaker Paul Ryan also offered no update. Pieces and parts President Donald Trump, who has vowed to revive the struggling coal industry, has given “verbal support” for the minersbenefits, Manchin said, but needs to do more. “I need him now to either tweet or call Senator McConnell and tell him it’s time to act,” Manchin said. “Mr. President, if you are listening, please tweet out: ‘Mitch, help us. We need you.’” Trump and Republicans have decried what they describe as a “war on coalwaged by the Obama administration, and have taken a series of actions since Trump took office to boost coal production and reduce regulations, including a rule to protect streams from coal-mining debris. Trump’s budget director, Mick Mulvaney, told reporters that the White House is “happy to talk ... about pieces and parts of the minersprograms” as part of negotiations on a bill to keep the government open.
The Week
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MacKenzie said at the time that to describe the column as racist is "beyond parody". Taxpayer to miss out despite Lloyds injection recoup The Times says the taxpayer will still be "out of pocket" after the government recovered all of the £20.3bn that was injected into Lloyds Banking Group to rescue the stricken lender in 2008. Philip Hammond hailed the moment as "a significant milestone in our plan to build an economy that works for everyone" but the National Audit Office says that the interest bill has added about £3.6bn. Former European judge slams ignorance of Brexit ministers Pro-Brexit ministers have been accused of "invincible ignorance" by a former judge from the European Court of Justice. Professor Sir David Edward told The Independent he was "astonished" by the ministerspromise of autonomy from the court. "You can escape the jurisdiction of the ECJ, but you have got to comply with EU standards if you are going to export into the EU," he added.