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studies, but we should say several years to be on the safe side. Thank you very much. Thank you for having meat. It was a pleasure. -- me. At least 11 people are confirmed killed, dozens hurt,.
South China Morning Post
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Restaurant food doesnt get much simpler than a properly cooked chunk of beefand rarely delivers so much pleasure. The smoky sweetness of the char, with its hint of crispness. The soft flesh releasing the deep and earthy flavors of the meat. Its the stuff of meaty dreams and enjoyed worldwide. Yet its easy to ruin a steak. No amount of sauce or mustard can fix bad beef. Overcooked meat will be dry and chewy. Walk into a random steakhouse when travelling and you may...
BBC News 24
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to defeat the Nazis. Thank you for speaking to us and I hope we can speak again. My pleasure. Two years of war in Yemen have created what the UN has described as the world's largest humanitarian crisis. As well as impending famine, the country is also facing an unprecedented outbreak of cholera. Our correspondent Nawal al-Maghafi has this special report
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for being on our programme. Thank you so much, it has been a pleasure, it really has been
BBC News 24
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Yes. People always talk about Thomas Hardy who was the master of coincidence and who drove his plot by some of the most unlikely devices. The letter going under the carpet. Angel Clare's carpet. Yeah, that is fabulous. Are you a Hardy person? I am a Hardy person. I like the way that sounds. Are you a Hardy person? Yes, I am. Who else do you read for pleasure among the great novelists? Where does your taste take you? It is an interesting thing. I was the big Henry James person and somebody who would reread James.
Daily Mail - Health
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Studying rats, researchers in France found that those who were raised on a diet high in processed foods experienced a far greater rush of pleasure from junk food as adults.
The Economic Times
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The Guardian - Network Front
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All the action from round the grounds as there were wins for Glamorgan and Kent, and Kumar Sangakkara missed out on a record-equalling century in Surrey’s draw with Essex 6.35pm BST Wow. Another great round of action. What a shame that Sanga didnt do it, but what a pleasure to watch him bat as much as I have over the last 10 days. Dont bet against him scoring six at some stage this season... He has eight more games, so there’s always a chance. Anyway. There were two big results in Div Two today, as Kent thrashed Sussex and Glamorgan pulled off a superb chase against Durham to record their first win of the season. Durham’s wait must go on. A word for Paul Collingwood, who declared eight short of becoming the first man to score twin tons for Durham, all in a game that saw him turn 41 on the opening day. Mad scenes. Results: 6.18pm BST Crunch GLAMORGAN WIN A THRILLER Selman smashes 6️⃣, 6️⃣, 2️⃣ off the final over to secure @GlamCricket the victory pic.twitter.com/CpohCybNF5 Continue reading...
BBC News 24
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were some iconic children's presenters who all had their own style and did not conform to what people thought they ought to be. Janet Ellis, thank you so much for sharing your memories of him. It's my pleasure. The chief executive of British Airways has said a power surge in a data centre at Heathrow Airport was behind the IT failure which has caused disruption for thousands of passengers over the bank holiday weekend. In his first interview since the problems, Alex Cruz,.
BBC Parliament
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No Mr X, but the honourable member for such and such a constituency. I have had the pleasure of following the honourable member for North East Somerset, for his eloquence. I think this debate has generated a first in.
BBC News 24
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had to justify meeting Marine Le Pen and he had to wriggle out the propaganda against Macron. It did look rather awkward and meanwhile Macron looked uncomfortable but you could see she secretly took pleasure because it.
Sky News
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be here. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn going first. After they have got through that which could be quite a gruelling 20 minutes they have the pleasure of being interviewed by Jeremy Paxman, known for.
Bleacher Report
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The lines have been drawn, the matchup has been set and we're all ready for the 2017 NBA Finals. Beginning on Thursday, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors will do battle for the biggest prize in basketball. While the Golden State-Cleveland matchup has seemed inevitable for some time, it doesn't mean the final series of the season won't be entertaining. It should be. If you're looking to make things a little more entertaining, we've got some information for you. We're going to run down the latest odds for Game 1, shared by our friends at OddsShark . We'll also look at some other intriguing options available for your wagering pleasure and provide input for each. 2017 NBA Finals Game 1 What: Cleveland at Golden State When: Thursday, June 1 Time: 9 p.m. ET National TV: ABC Live Stream: WatchESPN Odds: GS 1-3 Props and Picks Finals MVP If you're looking to wager on the series as a whole, you may want to take a look at betting on the Finals MVP.
Sky News
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and then the lectern for the water all the notes, Prime Minister or Jeremy Corbyn will be here. That happens the 20 minutes, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn going first. After they've got through that, which could be quite a gruelling, they have the pleasure of being interviewed by none other.
Sky News
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something people generally welcome and it is a retrograde step here to go back on that. You have mentioned the 100s thousand pleasure in the Tory and they have and attach the time frame and there is no.
Sky News
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That's easy to do. Thank you very much for coming in. Always a pleasure. Police have stormed a property in Sussex early this morning arresting a 16th pressure in connection with the Manchester attack. And MI 5 are.
France 24
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Hollywood star John Travolta has donated his "beloved" Boeing 707 plane to an Australian aviation museum and is aiming to be part of the crew to deliver the vintage aircraft. Made for Qantas Airways in 1964, the "Saturday Night Fever" heartthrob and qualified pilot acquired the jet when Australia's national carrier retired it more than 30 years later. "It gives me great pleasure to make this exciting historical announcement that my beloved Boeing 707 aircraft has been donated to the Historical Aircraft Restoration society (HARS)," Travolta, a Qantas ambassador since 2002, said in a statement. Australian aircraft preservation organisation HARS will help restore the plane so it can make the journey from the United States to their base some 90 miles (145 kilometres) from Sydney. A date for the flight is not yet fixed but the actor, a long-time aviation buff, said he plans to be on it.
Channel 4
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because I was lucky enough to take part in the 2006 Turin games. So I've already had the pleasure of participating in three Olympics
Channel 4
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KOTV Boxing Weekly. Join us next time for all the news and results from around the world and plenty of action for your viewing pleasure. Until then, it's bye for now.
Sky News
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You would have to ask them, provoke them! Thank you for joining us, always a pleasure. Let's take a look at what the weather has in store. Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England will see.
BBC News 24
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The letter going under the carpet. Angel Clare's carpet. Yeah, that is fabulous. Are you a Hardy person? I am a Hardy person. I like the way that sounds. "Are you a Hardy person?" Yes, I am. Who else do you read for pleasure among the great novelists?.
Sky News
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Hamilton worked his way up into the points though as retirements and pit stops came into play. He eventually got up to seventh. But any pleasure he took from his own progress was lost.
Derby Telegraph
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It's summer which means more and more cyclists are hitting the road, either to get to and from work or for leisure and pleasure. But on Derbyshire's narrow country lanes, crammed full of blind bends and hills, some drivers inevitably get impatient if they get stuck behind a cyclist. What they may not realise, or accept, is that cyclists have as much right to take up space on the road as they do. Here, Derbyshire police offer advice to both drivers and cyclists to help prevent accidents...
Sky News
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Celtic have gone 47 domestic matches unbeaten to seal the club's fourth treble. It's been a pleasure to be up here. I've got to say the league has been fantastic, it is very competitive. All the teams, they are tough games, we've had to be at our best,.