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And it is almost like a mosaic of pain when the Guardian shows these, they reduce them to mugshots to get everybody on the page. In another paper there is a picture of a young girl's mother who was killed while the mother was waiting to collect her and she was killed in the blast
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who was the realisation of her dreams. And it is almost like a mosaic of pain when the Guardian shows these, they reduce them to mugshots to get everybody on the page. In another paper there is a picture of a young girl's mother who was killed while the mother was waiting.
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mosaic of pain when the Guardian shows these, they reduce them to mugshots to get everybody on the page. In another paper there is a picture of a young girl 's mother who was killed while the mother was waiting to collect her and she was killed in the last. Somehow they found this little girl, a picture.
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The new Mosaic Stadium will host its first concert this Saturday featuring Bryan Adams. Here's everything you need to know before the big show.
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deliver the food are not actually working for them, that deliver the food are not actually working for them, it is simply actually working for them, it is simply a mosaic actually working for them, it is simply a mosaic of 15,000 independent businesses. It is absolutely ridiculous. It is important, also, because.
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While 'all options' were considered, officials say the mosaic will go into a revamped nearby museum.
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An evening that feels like a brash but cloddish welding of ill-matched parts beside the original film’s smooth, mosaic-like assembly.
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From Haifa, to Ramallah, to Nablus and Jerusalem, the festival once again brought people from across the world to the stage. Guests and speakers gather on the rooftop before the event to watch the sunset (Photo: Mondoweiss/Sheren Khalel) Chris Jackson and Nadeem Aslam sit with an attendee, chatting before the event. (Photo: Mondoweiss/Sheren Khalel) Each event was focused on a central theme. The first of the events in Ramallah was entitled “The Future of Citizen,” while the Jerusalem events were “The Future of Borders” and “The Future of History,” in Haifa they analyzed “The Future of Truth” and in Nablus, speakers focused on “The Future of Empire.” Once the last sliver of sun had disappeared, patrons were content to funnel down the spiral wooden stairs into the center’s intricately designed meeting room. Under a mosaic ceiling, surrounded by traditional arched windows and doorways, five authors took their seats in front of the audience.
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A pothole near Trump Tower in Chicago has been fixed, but not by the city: Jim Bachor , an artist known for his pothole installations of whimsical mosaic designs, recently installed a new piece that pointedly reads, LIAR. The street art was his small but durable protest against the current president, Bachor told The Chicago Tribune on Wednesday. The artist, a stay-at-home father to 11-year-old twin boys, told HuffPost via email, If [my sons] asked if I did anything to protest those dark Trump months he was in office ― I didnt want my answer to be nothing. The red, white and blue striped mosaic is bordered by real gold tiles, bringing together Americas flag with President Donald Trump s magpie-like obsession with precious metal. Bachor also pointed out that the piece was installed near a drain (for that swamp) and, thanks to being ensconced in the road itself, will be difficult to remove quickly.
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Lit by a sprinkle of wood and glass pendant lights, their differing heights create a relaxed feel over white and green coffee tables. A pale wooden floor gains interest with zigzagging detail, a narrow row of shelving interest with wine. Almost hidden by the impact of surrounding white walls, two rectangular arches create easy flow across the space. Towards the left corner, a study space lurks in almost full-scale white. Broken by two monochrome quote prints, grass pots, a wooden figure and mint reading lamp, the space is framed by three windows that enhance light and provide a view outside. A simple white school chair and steel-legged desk are stylish tools for working. Through the white rectangular arches, the dining room beckons with a pastel mosaic adorning the wall. Two Muuto Unfold Pendants , made of silicone that rolls up on itself, drop light on the table without drawing too much attention.
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Katy Perry may be one of the world's biggest pop stars , but that doesn't mean she doesn't have her own moments of idolizing other icons. Over the weekend, the Bon Appetit singer attended a party at the home of none other than pioneering reality star, DJ, and fragrance entrepreneur Paris Hilton and Perry Snapchatted her way through the whole experience, from hanging out in Hilton's legendary dog palace to posing with a larger-than-life mosaic of Hilton's face that adorns one of her walls. The realest queen in the game, Perry captioned one of her shots of artwork of Hilton, perhaps the highest praise one celebrity can bestow on another. Paris clearly approved of Perry's fangirl experience, as she re-posted a number of Perry's snaps. And the party was a star-studded affair with more than just the duo in attendance: Iggy Azalea , Bella Thorne, and Sofia Richie were some of the other bold-faced names at Hilton's shindig, all of them taking full advantage of photo ops with Hilton's shoe collection and even a life-size cardboard cutout of the heiress.
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Katy Perry may be one of the world's biggest pop stars , but that doesn't mean she doesn't have her own moments of idolizing other icons. Over the weekend, the Bon Appetit singer attended a party at the home of none other than pioneering reality star, DJ, and fragrance entrepreneur Paris Hilton and Perry Snapchatted her way through the whole experience, from hanging out in Hilton's legendary dog palace to posing with a larger-than-life mosaic of Hilton's face that adorns one of her walls. The realest queen in the game, Perry captioned one of her shots of artwork of Hilton, perhaps the highest praise one celebrity can bestow on another. Paris clearly approved of Perry's fangirl experience, as she re-posted a number of Perry's snaps. And the party was a star-studded affair with more than just the duo in attendance: Iggy Azalea , Bella Thorne, and Sofia Richie were some of the other bold-faced names at Hilton's shindig, all of them taking full advantage of photo ops with Hilton's shoe collection and even a life-size cardboard cutout of the heiress.
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Others enjoyed the lights of the Ukrainian capital at night. Kyiv has plenty of sightseeing spots to discover, but one that simply cannot be missed is the Motherland Monument. This 102-meter-high statue, the fourth tallest in the world, towers over the hills on the right bank of the River Dnipro. The Museum of the History of Ukraine in World War II is located in the base of the sculpture. Two years ago, on May 8 2015, the sculpture was decorated with poppies, in remembrance of war victims. Kyiv’s metro has several must-see stations, including Zoloti Vorota (Golden Gate) station, which features some 80 distinct mosaic decorations, and the world’s deepest metro station, Arsenalna, which is 105.5 meters below ground. This year’s Eurovision sloganCelebrate Diversity” was highlighted by a redecoration of the People’s Friendship Arch. Kyiv decided to spruce up the gray metal monument with rainbow-colored temporary coverings, turning it into the Arch of Diversity.
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Where Is Globalization Now That We Need It? To frame things slightly differently, let me ask another question entirely: In these last years, havent you wondered what ever happened to globalization and the endless media attention that was once paid to it? Not so very long ago we were being assured that this planet was binding itself into a remarkably tight knot of interconnectedness that was going to amaze us all. As Thomas Friedman of the New York Times put it in 1996, we were seeing the integration of free markets, nation-states, and information technologies to a degree never before witnessed, in a way that is enabling individuals, corporations, and countries to reach around the world farther, faster, deeper, and cheaper than ever. All of this was to be fed and led by the United States, the last superpower standing, and as a result, the global playing field would miraculously be leveled on a planet becoming a mosaic of Pizza Huts, iMacs , and Lexuses.
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Where Is Globalization Now That We Need It? To frame things slightly differently, let me ask another question entirely: In these last years, havent you wondered what ever happened to globalization and the endless media attention that was once paid to it? Not so very long ago we were being assured that this planet was binding itself into a remarkably tight knot of interconnectedness that was going to amaze us all. As Thomas Friedman of the New York Times put it in 1996, we were seeing the integration of free markets, nation-states, and information technologies to a degree never before witnessed, in a way that is enabling individuals, corporations, and countries to reach around the world farther, faster, deeper, and cheaper than ever. All of this was to be fed and led by the United States, the last superpower standing, and as a result, the global playing field would miraculously be leveled on a planet becoming a mosaic of Pizza Huts, iMacs , and Lexuses.
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