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In recent years, the American Dream has seemed anything but secure . But in its halcyon heights, during the economic boom of post-war '50s and '60s, success and happiness were a lot more easily quantifiable. For example, across the United States, ordinary families could signal to the world their status with home ownership and the purchase of a shiny new car. A new monograph, American Dream , revisits this period of victorious prosperity through a carefully curated collection of amateur snapshots. The images reflect the iconography of the American automobile and its position as a central part of the family unit. Courtesy of Les instantanés ordinaires Photography enthusiasts Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tournebuf, who discovered and assembled the images, were moved by the immediate closeness and intimacy between people and their cars.
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ITV
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Despite the fact there is not a lot At the moment, quite warm. Despite the fact there is not a lot of sunshine, it is feeling pretty pleasant. As we go through the evening, try pleasant. As we go through the evening, try to start with. pleasant. As we go through the evening, try to start with. By eight or nine, evening, try to start with. By eight or nine, we start evening, try to start with. By eight or nine, we start to see one or two showers pushing through. That continues overnight. It will showers pushing through. That continues overnight. It will be cloudy and exceptionally mild
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a lot of passion and emotions. There is one man who's happy today. One man WHO didn't think this day would happen, Nigel Farage and, of course, he's in a pub. Yes, the Marquis of Granby doing good business today. Let's.
Sky News
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a long time. Is this the first of Hain? It's the first. To be fair to say, not everyone agrees. This man has been heckling Mr Farage. It is still an issue, Adam, that generates a lot.
Techradar
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From comedy to indie, to horror and kids, there's a movie category for everyone. If you are a TV fan, then check out our best shows on Netflix feature. Shane Black is never someone to play the Hollywood game. Starting off as a hotshot writer - he penned Lethal Weapon at a ridiculously young age - he went into obscurity, only to come back with Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and cement his relationship with Robert Downey Jr. This then pushed him into the director chair for Iron Man 3, which was a great choice. Fun, overblown and with a surprising twist - it's delicious fun. Never has so much good hope been undone so quickly than in Kingsman: The Secret Service. The film is a brilliant send-up of 60s spy movies, a comic-book movie thats got a lot of heart, as well as lashings of hyped up violence. Its utterly likeable right up until its vulgar and not-needed coda.
Sky News
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she can keep the union together. Keep Scotland within the UK. That's come under a lot of scrutiny recently. It's become a Divisive thing in Scotland to have.
Sky News
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with all political polls and sky data, we'll sample a nationally represented group to be representative of the whole of the UK. We might get a lot of people who are very engaged with the EU if we opened it up to everybody
BBC News 24
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get this trade deal worked out in that article 50p rate. They think that Britain is starting to understand that, also. -- in that Article 50 time frame. They are going to be losing a lot of money in the EU, money.
Sky News
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your behalf. Thank you. Please do. Thanks a lot a lot of a lot of We've got a couple of questions about this evening
BBC News 24
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of EU citizens in Britain and British citizens in Europe and the primary issue is going to be the border with Ireland. These are the issues that will be highlighted in the guidelines that will be circulated on Friday. We're talking about a two year time frame but in reality is a lot less because negotiations will get underway until May, there you have French and German elections so they do not get underway until.
Sky News
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do they? These are massive decisions really. They take as long as they have to take. As long as the come to the right conclusion in the end, it will be OK. Clacton, we've a lot of old people in Clacton. Apparently one in three of population is a.
Sky News
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I voted Remain on behalf of my quids and grand kids, to be honest. At my stage in life, I don't think this will make a lot of difference to me and my wife. I think things will get better
Sky News
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optimistic, to be honest. It split your family where? Some of my kids wanted to be out. Some wanted to be in. We had quite a lot of discussions about it. It is democratic. You bring your kids up but then they make.
Sky News
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wanted to say goodbye to the lifestyle they've come to know over the last ten years or so. Want to go back to, in their opinion, happier times. A lot of pensioners live here and blue-collar workers. A.
Sky News
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lot of them are reluctant to chat. The reason, they're saying they're bored with it. Brexit, taken nine months only triggering Article 50, why didn't' it happen the week after we voted
ITV
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yesterday and with the new budget as well, duty increases, it is putting a lot of pressure on people, our finances. What kind of good deal can she get to you? Within the two-year.
ITV
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our friends who can't go and work in Spain and France. Friends have had contracts cancelled. I voted leave but I feel people should be optimistic. A lot of people waiting to go to.
BBC One West Midlands
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is put our foot down on the gas to get a lot more enquiries to get the conversions. Like it or loathe it, Brexit is here to stay
BBC One West Midlands
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It's caused a lot of uncertainty, especially when the pound weakened. That majorly impacted on the whole supply chain, so they needed to turn to UK manufacturers for this reason.
Sky News
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what Mrs May's saying? From my point of view, there's less substance I would have liked. Quite a lot of generality. More conciliatory than a lot of the rhetoric? One thing which struck me, if we fall out of WTO terms.
BBC One Wales
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Leicester Mercury
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Chris Stafford, chief executive of Curve theatre and co-chair of the city's BID explains the benefits a Business Improvement Centre could bring.Leicester already attracts visitors thanks to events such as the Holi FestivalHe said: I've been part of the Leicester City Centre Business Improvement District (BID) Steering Group for more than 12 months now and we've spent a lot of the last year talking with businesses to find out exactly what they want to see happen in our city centre and how a...
Fast Company
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That starts with resolution, but you also need to consider things like frame rate, color depth, and dynamic range. Camera proximity. Most professional-grade 360-degree VR videos use the Jaunt One or Google Odyssey , the latter a stereoscopic panoramic capture array of 16 GoPro cameras positioned 6 to 10 feet from the subject. Foresters team rigged a camera system that shot from 2.5 feet away. Moving the camera had more to do with the aesthetic than longevity. Shooting from 10 feet is not an intimate conversation with Stan; thats Stan standing up and lecturing you, says Annison. VR Playhouse had to experiment to determine how close we could get before the optical distortion went crazy, the lenses couldnt handle it, the 3D broke down, or it didnt allow us to capture the full 360. Theres a lot of science that goes into it.