South China Morning Post
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What do you strive for? Robbie Spina: Beautiful objets of desire that are contemporary, almost fashion-like statement pieces. All handmade with impeccable craftsmanship. What do you look for in a material? Joe Zito: We always use the finest quality materials, whether it is Swarovski crystal or silk threads, so that it is strong and durable. We like to use materials that are not traditionally associated with interiors, like coral, palm seeds and semi-precious stones like...
ITV
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material girl. Talking of which... The Madonna biopic will be going ahead without the blessing of her 'madgesty' after the diva shared an instagram post stating: "Only I can tell my story.".
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It is about a tour where cameras followed her and her dancers around the globe. Who should play Madonna when she was just a fledgling pop star and will they be ready to vogue? There's been a few names thrown in the hat to play the material a few names thrown in the hat to.
ABC News - Northern Territory
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Andrew Stenhouse, who pleaded guilty to watching videos containing child abuse material, described by one investigator as the worst she'd ever seen, says he did so as a distraction from health and personal problems.
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snoop. Let's have a look. The mansion is situated in the middle of the Hertfordshire countryside and boasts six bedrooms and bathrooms, an indoor pool, a steam room, cinema, gym and roof terrace and is the perfect pad for the material girl. It is amazing. How much? 5 million. Maybe Cheryl will offer champagne and roses. " Where is the cheque? Maybe Cheryl will offer champagne and roses. " Where is the.
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cheque?" If you are looking for a house in Hertfordshire with £5 million, it could be for you. And speaking of material girls, Madonna isn't too pleased that an unauthorised biography about her life is being turned into a movie. The star has taken to social media in.
ITV
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We will talk about how we can cope with the separation anxiety. Still to come on Good Morning Britain, Madonna's life story is heading to the big screen but who should play the Material Girl? It could be a career defining.
Voice Of America
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ABC News - New South Wales
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The broadcaster of Masterchef and The Project warns there is "material uncertainty" over its "ability to continue as a going concern" after posting a $232 million half-year loss.
Global Research
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Four of five pupils reported being worried about material online. In 2013 the mother of Isobella Dix, pictured right, called for the closure of a social network after her daughter's suicide.
The Event Chronicle
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The plates are around 100 km (62 mi) thick and consist of two principal types of material: oceanic crust (also called sima from silicon and magnesium) and continental crust (sial from silicon and aluminium). Strange sounds coming from the woods or sky Franklin , NC 4.22.17 Atmospheric pressureAtmospheric pressure is defined as the force per unit area exerted against a surface by the weight of the air above that surface. Strange sounds in the sky April 20th 2017, Minnesota Trains shuntingSelf explanatorynoise comes from trains in reaction to the track and overhead wires. ConstructionBuilding works, especially if going on at the same time across a specific area, can led to similar sounds. Strange rumbling sounds from Montreal April 22, 2017 AliensCan this be an alien lifeform in the sky, perhaps scouring out Earth? Strange sound in Oulu, Finland.
ScienceDaily
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BBC Parliament
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role for a broader obligation that could be placed in statute on these companies linked to a failure to act whereby if someone's referred to that company evidence of harmful content and misleading content, illicit material that's been distributed on that site, where it's been reported report and the company failed.
Autocar
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Brilliant new Porsche GT 911 GT3 picks up where the previous GT3 RS and 911 R left off Where, then, shall we start with the new Porsche 911 GT3? At the front? At the back? Because I know it doesnt look much different but, obviously, this being a new GT3, of course it is. They’ll call it the 991.2 GT3, those who want to flummox you with names and numbers and codes, like it’s some kind of secret club. But we could think of it as a facelift, if we wanted. The 991 generation of the 911 had a GT3 at the start of things, then it got a GT3 RS, and then that limited-run 911 R from last year. Well, now some of those lessons have gone into making a new GT3. Doesnt look so different on the outside, does it? But okay, let’s start at the front, where there’s a new bumper, around a kilogram lighter than the one that went before it, partly because it’s a lighter material, so not only because it has more holes to let more air to the radiators, to cool the engine.
ABC News - Health
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The bucolic Shenandoah River is sending some not-so-lovely material through Virginia, according to a new report that finds the state is not adequately managing the waste from millions of chickens and cows
Hackaday
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[Dt99jay] lives in a historic Victorian-era district in the UK. Most homes in the area have ornate exterior window dressings with stone consoles holding up heavy stone hood molding. The window hood molding turned out to be wood most likely the result of damage repaired after the blitzkrieg bombings of WWII. The 1940's era work is now rotting away, so it was time for a repair. When the hood was pulled away from the window, disaster struck. One console completely crumbled, while the other lost large chunks of material. The They weren't solid stone after all, but replacements most likely molded with Coade stone. There are no ready replacements for consoles like this. [dt99jay] couldn't just swap them out for modern looking replacements, so he set about replicating the consoles . The remaining console was much too delicate to remove from the building, so [dt99jay] glued the missing pieces back on.
Futurity
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Researchers have come up with a new way to fortify food and drinks with iron: a hybrid material made of edible whey protein nanofibrils and iron nanoparticles. Iron deficiency affects around 1.2 billion people worldwide, causing fatigue, anemia, headaches, and diminished work performance. Boosting iron levels through diet or supplements is difficult since it needs to be in a form that the body can absorb successfully. Further, iron can change the color, taste, and smell of food. As reported in Nature Nanotechnology , the protein nanofibrils are formed by denaturing native whey protein by heating them to 90°C, and then placing them in strong acid until they form the final protein filaments. Several protein filaments then organize themselves into thicker protein nanofibrils. The nanofibrils are then combined with iron nanoparticles which can be readily absorbed by the body.
BBC News 24
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don't have that power, if they had that interest. That is the problem, how you get leverage. The New York Times said they have enough material to make nuclear bombs every six or seven weeks, they would have an arsenal as big as Pakistan in a short period of time. We have seen.
The Event Chronicle
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Collective Evolution
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It's truly amazing, especially in the fields of neuroscience and quantum physics, just how much knowledge our ancient cultures had regarding the true nature of reality. In many cases, modern day science is in fact catching up to this ancient knowledge. Personally, I believe science can take us far, but only so far, as we are burdened today by scientific dogmas and an industry plagued by corruption. Non-Material Science “Despite the unrivaled empirical success of quantum theory, the very suggestion that it may be literally true as a description of nature is still greeted with cynicism, incomprehension and even anger.” T. Folger, “Quantum Shmantum”; Discover 22:37-43, 2001 Non-material science began to emerge at the turn of the nineteenth century when physicists started to explore the relationship between energy and the structure of matter.
SPACE.com
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Giant eruptions of material and smaller jets from the sun's surface are closer cousins than anyone thought.
ScienceDaily
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ScienceDaily
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From long jets to massive explosions of solar material and energy, eruptions on the sun come in many shapes and sizes. Scientists now propose that a universal mechanism can explain the whole spectrum of solar eruptions.