Mondoweiss
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Their skin is a golden velvet from the sun’s kisses, made gentle by the wind and pure air. They dance and sing with a happy and free rhythm. Behold our liberated and renewed nation in its dance. We youngsters from the diaspora, too, had solid and flexible bodies. We, too, gazed at the Judean mountains lit by the moon beams. Having arrived in Israel, we also moved differently, as do the children of Israel in Ornstein’s passage. Her wordsterribly Orientalist and colonialist to me nowmade us feel deeply connected to the land even pre-1948, “which means it’s undeniably ours,” our teacher Yoav said. But this was one passage in one booklet out of the eight booklets that had thousands of passages just like this one. We were sold. Soon after reading this section on Cultural Zionism, we made our way at night to Tel-Aviv, dancing at the Dolphinariumlater bombed in 2001drinking and moving our bodies like the free Zionist spirits we had read about earlier.
Mondoweiss
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Their skin is a golden velvet from the sun’s kisses, made gentle by the wind and pure air. They dance and sing with a happy and free rhythm. Behold our liberated and renewed nation in its dance. We youngsters from the diaspora, too, had solid and flexible bodies. We, too, gazed at the Judean mountains lit by the moon beams. Having arrived in Israel, we also moved differently, as do the children of Israel in Ornstein’s passage. Her wordsterribly Orientalist and colonialist to me nowmade us feel deeply connected to the land even pre-1948, “which means it’s undeniably ours,” our teacher Yoav said. But this was one passage in one booklet out of the eight booklets that had thousands of passages just like this one. We were sold. Soon after reading this section on Cultural Zionism, we made our way at night to Tel-Aviv, dancing at the Dolphinariumlater bombed in 2001drinking and moving our bodies like the free Zionist spirits we had read about earlier.
Manchester Evening News
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South China Morning Post
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ITV
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but by night, he was a magician. Amazing! So it was a great childhood for me, growing up in Northern Ireland. It was Portadown. I always wanted to sing. There used to be one of those big Bakelite radios in our kitchen. I used to spend hours, standing on a chair, singing into it,.
ITV
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thinking, 'One day, the BBC will hear me sing and go, "Who is she"'? You've been a trailblazer in this business for so many people. First woman to have her own show on Radio 2. Do you know how that happened? Terry Wogan, thick as thieves
Daily Express - Music
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EXCLUSIVE: HE famously sang “I write the songs that make the whole world sing”, and for more than 40 years his music has been the soundtrack to many of our lives.
Voice Of America
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BBC One Scotland
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Let's get details of West Brom at home to Leicester City this afternoon at the Hawthorns. That was Will Perry's briefer today. We are staying up, sing the Leicester fans. 1-0. Craig Shakespeare has surely done what he took over from Claudio Ranieri to do, to keep the champions in the Premier League. A good time.
Voice Of America
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ITV4
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rather for a team like Orica-Scott which only have six riders here and did a lot of work yesterday... I got thrown thereby sing the yesterday... I got thrown thereby sing yesterday... I got thrown thereby yesterday... I got thrown there by seeing tge yesterday... I got thrown there by seeing the cricket yesterday... I got thrown there by seeing the cricket! Orica-Scott put so much energy.
The Guardian - Sport
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Scottish Premiership updates from the 12pm BST derby at Ibrox The story of ... Dundee United’s glory years under Jim McLean And send your thoughts to scott.murray@theguardian.com 1.51pm BST The referee blows up with barely 20 seconds of added time played. Celtic care not. They’ve utterly humiliated their great rivals on their own patch! This matches their biggest-ever win at Ibrox, a 4-0 win back in 1897. That’s why they’re champions, their fans will sing. Rangers have a lot of thinking to do this summer. 1.48pm BST My computer comes out in sympathy with Rangers, and crashes just as Lustig goes dancing down the middle and curls a lovely shot into the bottom right! Continue reading...
Daily Mail - Australia
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Sky News
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Theresa May has accused the remaining 27 members of preparing to 'line up to oppose' the UK. Our Europe correspondent Mark Stone is in Brussels this morning. The message from these 27 European countries is that we need to sing with one voice. Yes, this is an usual summit
ITV
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# Come on and sing along # All night long.
ITV
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# Party, liming, fiesta, forever # Come on and sing along # All night long.
ITV
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# Throw away all the work to be done # Let the music play on play on, play on # Everybody sing and everybody dance # Lose yourself to wild romance.
ITV
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# We're going to party, carouse, fiesta, forever # Come on and sing along # We're going to party, carouse, fiesta, forever.
ITV
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You used to give them Elvis. Every now and then. Do you still do Elvis? Not for a while! Can you give us a line of Elvis? Only if you join in. N...No! You'll know it. The guys on the cameras can join in as well. I sing a line, then you do this certain thing afterwards
ITV
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If I'm sitting at a piano or just strumming a guitar, she'll listen to what I'm doing and she'll sing according to that. There's a lovely line in your notes on the album. You say you'll sleep no more until you've made them both proud. Yeah. That's my job. That's a lovely thing to say. So you're out on the road! So I'm out on the road
BoingBoing
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I had no idea! Evidently HAL 9000 sang Daisy Bell as a tribute, it is the first song ever sung by a computer. In 1961 an IBM 7094 was the first to raise its voice in song. The vocals were programmed by John Kelly and Carol Lockbaum and accompaniment was programmed by Max Mathews, but the song was written by Harry Dacre, almost a century earlier, in 1892.
Variety
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Radar Online
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Gwen Stefani is under doctor’s orders NOT to sing, RadarOnline.com has learned, after The Voice judge ruptured her ear drum on a flight! According to reports , Stefani, 47, suffered the freak accident on a flight from L.A. to Vegas. She was headed there to perform at the 21st Keep Memory Alive Power of Love gala at the MGM Grand, but instead was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where doctors barred her from flying or singing. PHOTOS: Blake Shelton And Gwen Stefani Are Back Together For Super Bowl Shopping TripThe singer did send along a brief video, in which she apologized for missing the charity event. “I am so sorry that I cannot attend tonight,” she said in the clip. “But I wanted to send a message of congratulations to Andre Agassi and my dear friend Ronald Pearlman.” PHOTOS: Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Caught Kissing! It’s not yet known how or if the rupture will affect her obligations on The Voice.
Politico
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Allies of former Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) on Capitol Hill are circulating a letter praising his influence in the conservative movement as the firebrand faces imminent ouster as president from the Heritage Foundation, according to multiple sources. The letter, which two sources say is being led by Republican Study Committee Chairman Mark Walker of North Carolina, has already collected more a dozen signatures from conservative lawmakers. Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) is also involved in the effort. “While we’ve not always agreed with every decision — your character, competence and integrity are unblemished in the political arena,” reads a draft of the letter, obtained by POLITICO. “In this rhetoric-driven time of divisive behavior, you have added solutions to an honest critique.” As the leader of the conservative think tank, “your impact has reached far beyond the political arena impacting the very culture of conservative thought in the 21st century,” the letter continues.