Mashable
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Forget the questions you're meant to ask about potential soulmates, Does she have a good sense of humor? Does he like cats? Who cares! The only real question you need to be asking yourself if you want to find a solid life partner is Do they watch HGTV? Why, you might wonder, does this help me? What about being a devoted viewer of our country's very best cable channel makes someone a better life partner? Well, let me tell youuuuuuuuu. First and most importantly, a love of HGTV proves that you are curious and care about other people. House Hunters (and it's more escapist cousin House Hunters International), Love It or List It, Beachfront Bargain Hunters, Caribbean Life, Log Cabin Living. They're all about other people's lives. Read more... More about Fixer Upper , Property Brothers , House Hunters , Hgtv , and Dating And Relationships
BBC News 24
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or family occasion or even an achievement or something, that is kind of when you really feel her absence. It is slightly different to how it was in the early days when everything we were doing was to find Madeleine. Now we are having to get on and live our lives as well
Fast Company
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As the satellites arrive in low-earth orbit, theyll be maneuvered into place by engineers in Iridiums offices in Leesburg, Virginia. If all goes well, the new satellites willbe brought into service with no disruption to customer calls or data transmissions, and the previous-generation satellitesmost of which are operating beyond their design liveswill be taken out of orbit to incinerate over the course of a year as they slowly descend through the Earths atmosphere. Thats kind of sad, because these things have been up there for 20 years, Desch quips. We obviously have to make sure we dont hit anybody else, including ourselves, because we dont want to create more debris in space, Desch says. (In 2009, one of Iridiums satellites slammedinto an out-of-service Russian satellite, dubbed Kosmos 2251 , whenthe two satellites orbitsintersected each other 490miles above Siberia, as they traveled at a speed of 26,000 miles per hour.
The Iran Project
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Global News
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Collective Evolution
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But, before I continue, let me introduce myself: I am Tamsin Astor, your Chief Habit Scientist. I help busy people organize themselves so they have time for what they need and want and time for fun. I help you create freedom by creating structures and routines around your self-care. This then makes time for you to zone in on the roles you play in your lifeemployee, employer, parent, partner, spouse, friend, daughter, son. When we have more time, more freedom in our mind's space, we can see where we are not cultivating prosperity in our lives — which parts of our lives need some attention. Prosperity is freaking key for success. This is why I decided to expand this conversation, creating a * FREE * online training, The Daily Rituals of Prosperous People. I have gathered over 20 of the top mind, body, spirit, and lifestyle coaches and consultants, mindset experts, yogis, plant-based diet experts, best-selling authors, and doctors, and we are all sharing some of our best content with you, for FREE .
Collective Evolution
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The environment allows for the person to easily slip into an altered state of consciousness, and with practice through successive sessions, users report being able to explore deeper and deeper aspects of their psyche and consciousness with improved efficiency each time. As a person gets better at letting go a bit more each time, they come to a point where they release the attachments to identity, and by doing so become connected to a source of energy and awareness like never before. Within the first 15-20 minutes, users report experiences wherein they observe themselves and their lives with a new transparency, gaining clarity on things such as their behaviour, relationships, and thought patterns. As time goes on within the chamber, the mind and soul become completely segregated from the body, wherein some can experience the god-head,' or the feeling of complete oneness with the universe and the source of love and light.
Sky News
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would die. The statistics are better now, frankly with technology and knowledge and so forth it is not as bad as that. But every season unfortunately people do lose their lives for various reasons and obviously Ueli was.
The Iran Project
2 hours
In the meantime with the emergence of colonialism and heightening of tensions in the area, the political and social discourses continue their ways and colonial powers start using fake names to preserve and promote their interests and the story is still going on, he says. However, the social aspect of the Persian Gulf’s name has been preserved and lives on. And definitely what has been continued throughout the history is nothing but the social components not the political systems, he added. Before proposing the fake names for the Persian Gulf in the present era which is a colonial plot to create conflicts in the region, historical sources and the inhabitants of this area have used the name Persian Gulf, says Abbas Rezaei a researcher on the Persian Gulf region. From the Greek and Roman terms such as ‘Sinus Persicus’, ‘Mare Persicum’ to terms used in geographical and historical texts, including ‘al-Bahr al-Farsi’ and ‘al-Khalij al-Farsi’, they all indicate the dominance of Iran over this area throughout the history, says Rezaei.
Sky News
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The leader of our country is not here. That is because he was in Moscow. -- That is because lives in Moscow. It is a very long flight. It would be hard for a Vlad to make it. It is Saturday. And the other guy, I think he is in Pennsylvania
ITV4
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Pete Williams is from Southport but lives in Skipton, not 1 million miles from here, bad crash in the tour of Poland last year
SABC Digital News
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Sputnik International
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Sky News
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fault of government who fails to recognise the importance of investing in the lives of children and those who teach and those who support them as teaching assistants up and down the country. That's why we must value our teachers because if we don't we lose them. And, as you know better than anyone else,.
BBC One London
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but we'll just see how it might have changed in the light of recent events like Brexit. Exactly, and, yeah, any people, really, any voter who lives in the constituency and has any issues. I think most Londoners will understand that it's happened.
Derby Telegraph
4 hours
Around 10 houses are thought to have been evacuated in a Derbyshire town in the early hours of the morning after an incident. Derbyshire police have confirmed they were called to an crash in Ashbourne this morning but have been unable to provide further details. One man, however, who lives in one of the properties which was evacuated said there was a collision along the A52 Mayfield Road and, about 15 minutes later at 3.30am, he was told by police to leave the premises. He said he heard the...
BBC One London
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is not a menu without prices, it is a fantastic opportunity. This 20 point plan is something which will transform the lives of millions of millions of people in the workplace... But what is the cost? It will be welcomed by many people across the UK. The fact the costings have not.
BBC One London
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on in their lives because we have a system that is rigged against so many. I've been joined from Newcastle by Labour's elections and campaigns co-ordinator, Ian Lavery. Welcome to the Sunday Politics. Good morning. To deal with this rigged.
Sky News
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I think the important thing about that election of this election and indeed all of them is we need to get away from personalities, and we need to talk about the way in which we can change people's lives, and the only way you change people's lives is not.
Sky News
5 hours
We have been talking about for example a 20 point plan today to make work as' lives better. Emily Thornbury, thank you for your time. That's it for this week. Do join us again next weekend when we'll be live in Nottingham reflecting on the local election results and what it all means for the parties heading into the general
BBC News 24
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it was in the early days when everything we were doing was to find Madeleine. Now we are having to get on and live our lives as well. It is not that any date she is not there, if you know what I mean
Fast Company
6 hours
This doesnt replace calls or face time. Every one of these relationships was built on the back of a lot of in-person time, and I still cherish the opportunitieswe have to be in each others company, or even just linked byvideo chat. But I realize, too, that my contacts and Iall lead busy lives and dont all live in the same area, socoordinating a time to connect in real timeisnt always possible. This update is like writing a letter, but at scale. It seems like its becoming a trend. Im not just this one, lone guy sending personal updatesat the moment, Im also on the receiving end of at least three other personal update emails, send on a regular basis by people in my network. Each one a little different, reflecting the personalities and lifestyles of their authors.
Sky News
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real Brexiteers. Not fly by night Brexiteers. People of campaign all their lives regardless of political affiliations. What about Northants? Sorry, Ilford North, because the member there.
Sky News
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groups, and what you see is people just having it done later in their lives. There are specific groups at risk are so for example if a young girl was taken to Somalia during the cutting season and returns to this country, that is obviously someone.