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Andrew hasn't forgotten his strict sergeant either, the one who insisted on always being clean and tidy. After leaving the Forces in the late 1980s, Andrew went into commercial removals. He has been on and off the street for years
The Event Chronicle
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history but it seems posterity has forgotten both the assassin and the victim
BBC Parliament
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He comes across as someone who is quite forgotten, despite his significant contribution to public life in England and also his remarkable death. It was a tongue in cheek way of saying this is the Prime Minister.
Manchester Evening News - Sport
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We have almost forgotten about that because we have been so busy with Islamic State and the Taliban and they're making inroads. I do not know whether Trump believes what he said about banning Muslims from beginning to the United States
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Hundreds of pounds could be found your child's trust fund, it has been revealed. Parents are being advised to check if their children are sitting on hundreds of pounds in hidden savings from a forgotten Government trust fund. Children aged from seven to 15 could have up to £1,000 in a Child trust Fund set up by the government but which parents have mislaid details to or forgotten their child was enrolled. The last Labour government introduced the fund which gave children...
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are support different sides in the ongoing Syrian war, and Ukraine. Macron has been vocal in recent weeks and during his campaign about his desire to see a resolution in what has long been described as you's forgotten war. The body.
Home Designing
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Wood slat walls are another way to use the beauty of the material in an interesting way. Oversized flower vases like this one can help to bring a splash of color and life into a wood on wood design. In the bedroom here, wood is not at all forgotten. Behind the bed, on the floor, in the shelving it is celebrated. In the final home, we have a darker wood home with a living room that features unique floor lamps stretching to the ceiling. Modern dining chairs crowd around a small dining table that overlooks the living room. Again we see how indoor house plants like the Fiddle Leaf Fig featured here can bring a lot of personality into a home. The set up of this home makes it easy to watch television from either the sofa or the dining table. A drop down screen is a must-have element for households that care about entertainment. Related Posts: Wild for Wood: The House of Life Bolefloor Curved Wood Panels: Floors as Nature Intended Wood Slats Add Texture and Warmth to These Homes A Modern Apartment Celebrates the Look of Natural Wood Two Lovely Apartments Featuring Wood Paneling A Tour Of 4 Homes With On-Trend Wood Wall Treatments.
France 24
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The term 'frozen war' is often used to describe the stalemate between soldiers and Russian-backed separatists in Eastern Ukraine, but three years of conflict continue to spread fear and poverty among a forgotten population.
Liverpool Echo
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conflict. Ukraine is another ongoing conflict, the forgotten War of Europe, it is often described as. It is ongoing and something that Emmanuel Macron has mentioned, during his campaign and since he has become President, something to deal with
Politico
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How a bitter fight over the B-70Valkyriebomber turned into a constitutional showdown—and almost changed the course of the Cold War.
Daily Express - Finance
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AFTER a family came across a long-forgotten insurance policy, the vital first step of finding out who was now in charge of it proved harder than they expected.
CNN United States News
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America started observing Memorial Day after the Civil War as a way to commemorate the service of deceased Union soldiers. For Americans today, it has come to mean many other things — from the start of the summer season to a few days of great sales at stores — but the essence of this day should not be forgotten. Millions of Americans have given their lives to protect the democratic values and institutions that breathe life into our Republic.
The Event Chronicle
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It seems to be the result of Israeli government policy . “You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it.” Morpheus This incredible concept, unfortunately, still escapes many people. They cannot imagine a society, where people are having their basic human needs of food, water, property, and clean energy met for free. They have been so conditioned by this rapacious system of sophisticated slavery, that they think everyone must work their asses off just to survive. And, they have forgotten that this incredible earth actually provides everything we already need absolutely free. We are all living on the welfare of this planet, whether we are aware of that irrefutable fact or not. It’s just a small group of so called elite that have found a way to put a price tag on life and get us to unconsciously serve them.
Derby Telegraph
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Everyone would love to be gifted some cash - or suddenly find they have a secret £1,000 they know nothing about.And, for some lucky youngsters, that might just be the case - because, thanks to a previous government's initiative, cash was put aside for children.That means your child could have up to £1,000 just sitting in a forgotten account if they were born sometime between 2002 and 2010. The last Labour Government introduced the Child Trust Fund account, where parents were given...
Bleacher Report
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I have a contract for two years and we will see what happens. Let's see. If three more wide players come and they offer me the chance to leave...I am like crazy to leave." The 30-year-old made a bright start to his City career but quickly became the forgotten man, finishing the season with six goals and five assists in 1,349 minutes of play. Nolito already had to compete with Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling for game time in City's forward line, and he slipped even further down the pecking order after Gabriel Jesus arrived in January. With the Sky Blues having now added Bernardo Silva to their ranks, the Spaniard's chances of playing any significant minutes next year are almost non-existent, so his departure seems likely.
Liverpool Echo
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how difficult this must be for you to be here for you today. Why do think it is important to be here? Because I want my daughter to carry on living. I never want her to be forgotten by anybody. I want to keep.
BBC Radio Ulster
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the frustration really was the messages from British Airways where to go through you have to wait to be automatically bid rebook talk to go through your app or on the website or answer to rebook with options available now but you did that have a passenger you just send you an endless cycle of pages which they never got any worth it in most cases actually yesterday morning it was just going through through to an error screen really frustrating I think people here I feel that the passengers were stranded overseas many many thousands of them have always been forgotten about a little bit because a lot of the messages about how it normal flights are running from Heathrow normal flights running from Gatwick but it certainly doesn't feel like it over here and yesterday afternoon was I was told that you can be Tuesday before I can get it on a flight back home and take in the UK has been stories of hotels charging £1,000 maybe more.
France 24
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Adventurer, Orientalist, spy: the remarkable story of Spanish explorer Ali Bey al-Abbassi is to be told on the silver screen for the first time, two centuries after his death. Born in Catalonia in 1767, Domingo Badia y Leblich posed as an exiled Arab prince and became one of the first Europeans to set foot in Mecca. Yet despite mixing with the Spanish royal family, Napoleon's top officials and some of the most notable European intellectuals of his age, he has been all but forgotten since he died in 1818. "It's surprising that no film has yet been made on Ali Bey," Moroccan filmmaker Souheil Ben Barka said during a break on set. The Spaniard "was a seducer. No one could resist him," he said. With a budget of $17 million (15 million euros), the veteran director's dramatisation of the explorer's life is set for release in five languages and 40 countries in late 2018.
TIME - Top Stories
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I cannot accept this award without thinking about anyone who has ever been affected by an act of terrorism and who is trying to pick up the pieces and go on living after having lost everything, the actress said. Please know that you are not forgotten. Phoenix was recognized for his role in Lynne Ramsay's thriller You Were Never Really Here, in which he played a tormented war veteran trying to save a teenage girl from a sex trafficking ring. The actor wore sneakers on stage as he collected the prize. He said his leather shoes had been flown ahead of him. He apologized for his appearance, saying the prize was totally unexpected. The French AIDS drama 120 Beats Per Minute won the Grand Prize from the jury. The award recognizes a strong film that missed out on the Palme d'Or. Directed by Robin Campillo, the co-screenwriter of the Palme d'Or-winning film The Class, the movie centers on the activist group ACT UP in Paris in the 1990s during the AIDS crisis.
Daily Express - Showbiz
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