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like his language and he injects humour into what is a stale period of campaigning. He can get away with saying quite a lot of stuff that a lot of politicians can't because people think he is entertaining
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ITV4
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adjusted on your bike. It has cost him the racist situation. You can sense his disappointment. You can read his body language. You can understand why
Hackaday
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If you still have a drawer full of slap bracelets from the 1990s because, you know, they might come back, then you'll appreciate [Vorticon's] latest project. Sure, we see lots of weather stations, but this one is controlled by a TI 99/4A computer. This home computer from the 1980s was actually ahead of its time with a 16-bit processor. The sensors use Xbee modules and an Arduino Uno. Of course, the Uno has more power than the TI computer, but that's not really the point, right? He's made a series of videos detailing the construction (you can see the first one below, but there are five, so far). Normally, talking serial to the Arduino would require assembly language on the TI computer. However, TI hacker [Rich Gilbertson] already fixed that. He created Rich Extended BASIC (RxB), which has a CALL IO statement that was perfect for [Vorticon's] needs.
Voice Of America
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Turkish media reports say the Iranian owner of a leading Farsi-language satellite television network has been shot dead in Istanbul, along with another man. Saeed Karimian, the owner of GEM TV, was gunned down late Saturday. The other man killed was reported to be a business partner. No motive for the killing is known. Based in Dubai, GEM TV dubs Turkish soap operas and other entertainment shows into Farsi and broadcasts them into Iran. Tehran has been critical of GEM TV and similar satellite channels, accusing them of trying to spread Western culture in the country. Iranian media said Karimian had been convicted months of ago, in absentia, of spreading "propaganda" against the Islamic Republic.
Collective Evolution
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I was one of those kids who did what I was told, when I was told to do it: Rules were meant to be followed. Then puberty hit. I still turned in my assignments at school, but I started intellectually challenging my teachers. I wore a big metalREBELbelt buckle in my purple 501s, utilized the local tattoo studio, dated a man twice my age, and spent two summers in German language schools where I learned the art of tying sheets and climbing out windows! At 18 I moved from London to Boston: Ahh… the taste of freedom. Eating and sleeping whenever I wanted. Back in London, I continued to follow my own rhythms, completing an undergraduate degree in psychology, a PhD in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, marrying, and then immigrating to the USA at twenty-five. Academia is a good profession for someone who values freedom — both time and intellectual freedom.
TYT YouTube
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Republicans shielding themselves from the disastrous healthcare plan they're about to unleash upon America isnt going over so well. Brett Erlich, Ana Kasparian, and Michael Shure, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "Republican leadership has moved to cut controversial language from its healthcare bill that would exempt Congress and their staff from changes to ObamaCare. An amendment to the House GOP's ObamaCare repeal-and-replace bill would have allowed states to seek waivers for certain ObamaCare regulations, but lawmakers and their staff would be exempt from the changes. A new bill authored by Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) would remove the exemption. GOP staff and lawmakers said the exemption was originally added to comply with Senate rules but acknowledged that it was politically problematic.
Techradar
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Duolingo Free iOS , Android Duolingo is a language learning app that makes learning a new language easy and fun. If you want to be able to converse with the locals, there are few ways of learning that will get you there as easily as Duolingo. The simple interface and game feel of the app makes learning a new language a pleasure. The list of languages that Duolingo offers is constantly expanding. Currently you can choose from 23, including Spanish, German, Swahili, and Vietnamese. What's more, it's completely free. Expedia Free iOS , Android The Expedia app is one of the world's most popular all-in-one-place booking apps. You can book flights, hotels, rent a car, even book tickets to tourist attractions and theme parks all through the one app. Expedia has recently rolled out the ability to book bundle deals, so your hotel and flights are all included in the booking, potentially saving you even more money.
BBC Two England
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Sunderland, rightly or wrongly it has felt defeatist from the start? You see it in his body language in all of the interviews he has done, probably over the course of the season. He looks like he has gone into the club, got into a big club, somewhere he can see a forward plan going in,.
Voice Of America
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Once they acclimate to their new environment, overcoming language, social and cultural barriers, refugees in the U.S. often thrive. Some translate their experiences into assets that are valuable to their new community, as did Parvin and Yadollah Jamalreza. VOA's June Soh visited their popular tailoring shop in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Sun Daily
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The wills, signed by the then Malay Rulers on Aug 5, 1957 as the agreement to form the constitution of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu (Federated Malay States), stated: * We shall call this land Persekutuan Tanah Melayu (now known as Malaysia). * We declare that up to 50% of mountains, lakes, forest reserves and Malay reserve land are kept for our children and grandchildren, with the rest for other races. * We set up the Royal Malay Regiment to protect you, your children and grandchildren and your properties and to quell unrest and external threats. * We retain and guarantee the government and the sovereignty of the Malay rulers in this nation. * We declare that Islam is the official religion of the federation. * We state that Malay is the national language. * We entrust the Malay rulers to safeguard the special position of the Malays and the legitimate interests of other communities (later added the special position of Sabah and Sarawak natives).
BBC News 24
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getting engaged in dialogues, some very vivid conversations with voters. I don't know if, in two weeks of the campaign, it will be enough to convince voters. Marine Le Pen, on the other hand, she is clearly targeting voters on the left. She keeps making references to the banking background of Macron, using the language of the candidate of the radical left. She might get around 15% of those radical left-wing voters
BBC One London
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unusually strong language for her. What was she referring to? I don't know, it wasn't specific. Have the cake and eat it perhaps the sequencing the British don't want. When they thought the.
BBC News 24
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It is very combo to the language. Be you has basically said to Theresa May -- the EU has basically said to Theresa May these are the parameters. We have established these parameters
Voice Of America
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Other governments made suggestions, but Duterte, as ASEAN chairman this year, could decide how to shape the language of the regional bloc’s “chairman’s statement,” said the diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of a lack of authority to discuss the issue publicly. China and ASEAN member states Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam, along with Taiwan, have overlapping claims to territory in the South China Sea, a strategic waterway through which billions of dollars in world trade passes each year. The waters are also important fishing grounds and are believed to have undersea deposits of oil and gas. Decisions by consensus ASEAN, which makes decisions by consensus, has previously struggled to come up with statements on the issue, with Duterte’s predecessor often pushing for a tougher tone against China and getting pushback from members, like Beijing’s allies Cambodia and Laos, unwilling to upset their largest trading partner and most important economic benefactor.
ITV
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I don't love this stuff. You'll give it a 9.5... Or a 10. I'll tell you next week. ..judging by the body language and excitement. Thank you very much. That's my Sunday sorted. My pleasure. Still to come, more music from LP and the glorious Gloria Hunniford. We'll see you in a few minutes
Voice Of America
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Other governments made suggestions, but Duterte, as ASEAN chairman this year, could decide how to shape the language of the regional bloc’s “chairman’s statement,” said the diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of a lack of authority to discuss the issue publicly. China and ASEAN member states Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam, along with Taiwan, have overlapping claims to territory in the South China Sea, a strategic waterway through which billions of dollars in world trade passes each year. The waters are also important fishing grounds and are believed to have undersea deposits of oil and gas. Decisions by consensus ASEAN, which makes decisions by consensus, has previously struggled to come up with statements on the issue, with Duterte’s predecessor often pushing for a tougher tone against China and getting pushback from members, like Beijing’s allies Cambodia and Laos, unwilling to upset their largest trading partner and most important economic benefactor.
CNN
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Theresa May clearly thinks the Tories can step into what has traditionally been Labour territory with workers rights. She is adopting the language of unscrupulous bosses. She is saying she will protect pensions during company takeovers. She wants more.
The Economic Times
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It is the first inkling to how cavalierly Rajamouli treats the screenplay in the sequel. In pic: ​ Workers fixing Baahubali 2 hoarding in Visakhapatnam Hit and Miss Baahubali 2 released in over 9,000 screens worldwide, including over 6,500 in India. It has reportedly got Rs 500 crore already — twice the budget — mostly from theatrical rights. It has broken the mould of a pan-India blockbuster. Only Bollywood and occasionally a Rajinikanth film could have that kind of a broadbased appeal. But Rajamouli has tapped multiple film distribution circuits by releasing a film in many languagesTelugu, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam. It is, in fact, what Anant Pai did with Amar Chitra Katha. While English was the primary language, Hindi translation came second, followed by other languages depending on the sales potential, says Frances W Pritchett in the essay “The World of Amar Chitra Katha”.