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Chrissy Teigen impressed fans with her latest snap [Getty] And fans have praised her latest snap, after she showed off her post-baby stretch marks on her thighs – without a care in the world. The model bared her upper thighs for the photo shared to her 3.44 million Twitter followers, and simply captioned it: “Whatevs.” Her fans went wild for the body positivity snap, with many replying to the tweet praising her for the shot. One commented: “THANK ...
The Sun Daily
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ThinkGeek
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The Huffington Post
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More often than not, our output, and our happiness, wanes when we isolate. And remember: living a networked life means committing to both in-person relationships as well as mindful, technology-assisted interactions. Beef up your soft skills. We most often use the term "soft skills" in relationship to emotional intelligence, or EQ. These skills are the social graces and interpersonal skills that are less easily defined or quantified than hard skills, but which often factor as key differentiators. Relationships, like career paths, don't fit into a perfect mold. They aren't always predictable and "safety" is largely an illusion. Risk abounds. Planning is for naught. And failure--to varying degrees--is imminent along the way. You can, however, redefine "success" and rewrite your own rules of engagement, but not just through ticking boxes and downloading apps.
Forbes
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Voice Of America
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The president-elect had prepared a speech. But when Jefferson gave it, his voice was so soft that few people heard him. Today, Jefferson’s first inaugural speech is well-known among Americans. It is famous for trying to ease the ugly dispute between political parties during the campaign. But apparently the bitter taste of the election remained. Jefferson’s rival in the electionformer president John Adams – did not attend the inauguration. In the dark hours just before the ceremony, Adams packed his bags, quit the White House, and took a coach back to Boston. William Henry Harrison, 1841 No history of presidential inaugurations would be complete without noting William Henry Harrison, the country’s ninth president. At 68, Harrison was the oldest person to take office at the time. On his Inauguration Day, he reportedly wanted to show that he was strong enough to serve as president by delivering a very, very long speech.
PC Pro
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Its long, vented bonnet, aggressive front grille and low, stretched-out body is a huge departure from Kia’s more sedate saloons and family hatchbacks, and the exterior is littered with nice touches. I’m a big fan in particular of that squat, squashed rear end, which comes complete with a pair of twin chrome exhausts that jut out on either side of the rear diffuser, and it hides a surprisingly capacious boot. In fact, the entire interior is roomier than you might expect from a sporty car like this, and although it might be a bit of a squeeze seating five, there’s room for four to travel in comfort. Image 3 of 21 Kia says the Stinger will be its flagship model, and the materials employed in the cabin are of suitably high quality. The dashboard materials have a soft, high-quality feel to them, there’s leather seating all round, and Alcantara wraps around the A-pillar and stretches along the roof interior.
TIME - Top Stories
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TIME - Top Stories
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Time and again, the Obama administration has ignored the comprehensive nature of the Iranian threat and soft-pedaled non-nuclear sanctions seemingly out of fear that Iran would walk away from the nuclear deal. As a result, and much to the worry of America's traditional allies, Iran's leaders have become more emboldened and its footprint continues to grow across the region. In the past, we have spoken publicly about the flaws of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which in the end has not halted but only delayed Iran's path to a bomband at the considerable price of abandoning Western leverage against Iran. To respond effectively, the Donald Trump administration should not rip up the deal on day onethat would make U.S. actions and not destabilizing and threatening Iranian behaviors the issue. We need to isolate Iran, not ourselves.
Mondoweiss
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One young woman expresses it thus: “We will say to IsraelOk, Israel, you won. You have won all of the land. You have won all of the water. And, guess what else you’ve won? Youve won all of us. Now where do we go to sign up for our voter registration cards and our health insurance cards?” Unfortunately, the call for a civil rights struggle does not seem to have gotten much beyond this opening salvo and will need to be developed quickly should annexation and a collapse of the PA occur in the near future, as is very likely. And that is where the role of Americans is important. As with the Israelis and the Palestinians, our politicians are doing more harm than good. Trump is off to the worst possible start, appointing an ambassador who is a champion of illegal settlements and promising to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem. Soft Zionists often describe the uncritical support America gives Israel as a case of “letting friends drive drunk.
PC Pro
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Dale Walker 5 hours 1 min ago Politics TechUK, a body representing more than 900 UK-based technology firms and startups, has warned that leaving the single market will have a "bigger impact on tech than the rest of the UK economy," adding that it's essential the government does everything that it can to secure a "soft landing". On Tuesday, prime minister Theresa May finally revealed the government's strategy on Brexit, which will result in the UK leaving the EU single market regardless of the outcome of the impending negotiations. Instead, the government plans to seek "the greatest possible access to the single market on a reciprocal basis, through a comprehensive trade agreement", but May made it clear that, aside from some specific projects that may be of interest, UK contributions to the EU were over. The final deal will almost certainly result in the UK leaving the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice as well, and will likely lead to heavier restrictions on the movement of goods and services, including the reintroduction of trade tariffs.
PC Pro
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Its long, vented bonnet, aggressive front grille and low, stretched-out body is a huge departure from Kia’s more sedate saloons and family hatchbacks, and the exterior is littered with nice touches. I’m a big fan in particular of that squat, squashed rear end, which comes complete with a pair of twin chrome exhausts that jut out on either side of the rear diffuser, and it hides a surprisingly capacious boot. In fact, the entire interior is roomier than you might expect from a sporty car like this, and although it might be a bit of a squeeze seating five, there’s room for four to travel in comfort. Image 3 of 21 Kia says the Stinger will be its flagship model, and the materials employed in the cabin are of suitably high quality. The dashboard materials have a soft, high-quality feel to them, there’s leather seating all round, and Alcantara wraps around the A-pillar and stretches along the roof interior.
OK!
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Petrolicious
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e. 250GTO, 250cc for each of the 12 cylinders) or, finally, one time it was used as the displacement coupled to the number of valves of each cylinder (i.e. the F355, 3500cc, 5 valves for cylinder, three for intake two for exhaust). Special models don't have this designation, obviously (the F12, for instance). So, with the name Testarossa they wanted to go back to the time when Ferrari used to spread fear and terror on every track thanks to their redheaded race cars. 2. Why the big behind? Pleasure and pain describes the disproportion of this particular model. The front so anonymous and soft and the back, so large and impudent. But why did Pininfarina draw such a thing? Was it just a style due to a decade devoted to excess and exhibitionism? Not really, let’s have look. The Testarossa was the direct descendent of the 512BB, and inherited its technical base with some general improvements.
The Week
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Creme de la Mer is the undisputed queen of moisturisers and you can't go wrong with the La Mer Moisturising Soft Creme, which is specially formulated to penetrate deeply and deliver miraculous benefits. Step ten: sunscreen (AM only) Though it can be tempting to move on to make-up straight after moisturiser, it's crucial to lock in all the skin benefits you've just achieved by applying a sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher. Altogether, the ten-step regime shouldn't take more than 15 minutes out of your day (excluding the sheet-mask step): a small price to pay when the short-term outcome is a youthful glow and the long-term benefit is younger-looking, healthier skin that requires less make-up. Beauty Skincare
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EVO
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Image 2 of 10 Image 2 of 10 Yamamoto was also clear that the MX-5 was, at its heart, an open top car and as such a coupe version is not on the cards. Instead the Roadster and the RF will form the basis for special editions that will satisfy keener drivers. The MX-5’s history is full of limited edition versions, most of which are just painted special colours, fitted with different wheels or have more luxurious interior trim. Some however had more than simply superficial changes; the Mk1 Le Mans edition, painted in the 787B’s orange and green livery, was fitted with Tokico suspension, OZ wheels and was turbocharged by UK outfit BBR but sold through Mazda dealers. Mazda MX-5 - Five of the best The MX-5 GT, based on the soft-top Mk3, also received many mechanical changes. It was given 45bhp more power increasing the output to 203bhp, Bilstein adjustable coil-overs, Recaro seats and a central exit exhaust.
I4U News
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I4U News
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The small sized SUV named 2017 Vauxhall Crossland X has been reveled and will serve as a soft roader line up addition in the family of cars. The car has similar features like that of Mokka X. the...
PC Pro
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Dale Walker 5 min 55 sec ago Politics TechUK, a body representing over 900 UK-based technology firms and startups, has warned that leaving the single market will have a "bigger impact on tech than the rest of the UK economy," adding that it's essential the government does everything that it can to secure a "soft landing". On Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May finally revealed the government's strategy on Brexit, which will result in the UK leaving the EU single market regardless of the outcome of the impending negotiations. Instead, the government plans to seek "the greatest possible access to the single market on a reciprocal basis, through a comprehensive trade agreement", but May made it clear that, aside from some specific projects that may be of interest, UK contributions to the EU were over. The final deal will almost certainly result in the UK leaving the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice as well, and will likely lead to heavier restrictions on the movement of goods and services, including the reintroduction of trade tariffs.
ITV
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Strong on sweat, soft on skin. Now you can have both, with NIVEA. Said my first word at one. United-mad by seven. Bored at eleven. I left school at 16.
Politico
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Rep. Greg Walden spent four years capitalizing on Americansunease with Obamacare to usher in the largest House Republican majority in 90 years. Now, he has to help figure out how to replace it. Walden (R-Ore.) just seized the gavel of the powerful House panel that oversees health care policy, the Energy and Commerce Committee. He he won the job in part because of his success getting Republicans elected to Congress when he ran the National Republican Congressional Committee in the 2014 and 2016 election cycles. The new role puts Walden in the unfamiliar role steering House Republican efforts to replace the health law he skewered for years. He sounded like he intends to employ a soft touch. In a recent interview with POLITICO late, his first since taking his new chairmanship, Walden displayed political sensitivities about the GOP effort to dismantle Obamacare.
The Sun Daily - Food
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Marinate the chicken slices for 20 minutes with 1tsp salt, 1tbs curry powder and 1tbs cooking oil. 2. Heat the remaining cooking oil in a pot. Add chopped garlic and saute until aromatic. 3. Add the chicken slices, stir thoroughly with the chopped garlic and sear the meat until lightly browned. 4. Add all the water into the pot and bring to a boil. 5. Put the okra, brinjal and tomatoes into the pot. Boil on medium heat for five minutes before turning down the heat to simmer. 6. Then add the coconut milk and stir lightly. 7. Next add the bottled chilli sauce and sugar, stirring constantly. 8. Leave to simmer until the gravy thickens slightly and the vegetables are soft. 9. Serve hot with rice.