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Once they get into the town itself, there are is still another eight kilometres up the mountain to go. It is extremely remote here. It is just across the valley. We are in the alkaline mountain range which spans the spine avidly.
Haaretz
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Men's Fitness
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Interviews Britain’s most successful ever long jumper on body issues and why people shouldnt obsess about diets facebook twitter pinterest Advertisement Youll also see me doing cleans, deadlifts , squats and a bounce squat as preparation for a lift because it helps compress my spine – in a good way – before I lift heavy. How has your diet changed over the years? I like being fit, lean and healthy and for me a high-protein , high-veg, low-carb diet is what my body responds to. But people shouldnt obsess about diets . I dont believe in fad movements or the next big thing. I also now have chickens and ducks at home because I eat so many eggs. I havent bought eggs now for six to eight months. And the eggs taste so much better – they’re incredible. Unexpected: The Autobiography by Greg Rutherford (Simon Schuster) is out now, priced £20. Buy on amazon.co.uk Mark Bailey 19 Jan 2017
The Hill
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The Sun Daily - World News
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"We can't fight a war with bows and arrows." The affected area is thinly populated and thousands of residents were evacuated last year pending reconstruction of their homes. The last of the 2016 quakes, on October 30, was the most powerful since a 6.9 magnitude one struck near Naples in southern Italy in 1980, leaving 3,000 people dead. Much of the country's land mass and some of its surrounding waters are prone to seismic activity with the highest risk concentrated along its mountainous central spine. Italy straddles the Eurasian and African tectonic plates, making it vulnerable when they move. The worst disaster of the 20th century was in 1908 when an estimated 95,000 died in tidal waves following a quake in the sea between mainland Italy and Sicily. — AFP
Daily Mail - Home
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Pictures show 35-year-old Sulami a woman from the Sragen area of Central Java, in the grip of a disease that has turned her completely rigid.
ITV
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They are not dangerous breeds, but Spencer was a very small dog and one move could have broken his spine. City Pubs, very small dog and one move could have broken his spine. City Pups say they take a lot of steps have broken his spine. City Pups say they take a lot of steps to avoid incidents like this. They regarded Spence as part of incidents like this.
Collective Evolution
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He goes about touching animals in need of peace and eternal rest with an utter unknowing of what he is doing. And when he comes around to the reality of his actions, he is pained to find that when he touches what he loves, he loses it forever. Rarely is death represented in human form, and so, when it is, we find ourselves more easily able to relate. The video may cause tears to well up in your eyes, a chill to crawl down your spine, and the hair on your arms to rise, but for the first time, when it comes to death, that feeling won't necessarily be bad, but simply different, and maybe even beautiful. Enjoy watching the following short film, and share it with anyone who you feel may need a new perspective on the subject to take the fear of death away. Marsha Onderstijin studied animation at the St. Joost Kunstacademie in Breda, where she specialized in 2D animation. Since graduating in 2012, she has worked as a freelance animator and storyboard artist.
The Sun Daily
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" "The roads are unpassable because of the snow and we have hardly any trucks available to clear them, some of them are broken down. We can't fight a war with bows and arrows." A vulnerable country As a result of last year's quakes many residents have been evacuated to temporary accommodation outside the earthquake-prone zone. The last of 2016's major quakes, on Oct 30, was the most powerful since a 6.9 magnitude one struck near Naples in southern Italy in 1980, leaving 3,000 people dead. Italy has long been accustomed to dealing with earthquakes and the Amatrice disaster led to questions being asked as to why so many buildings had not been upgraded to ensure they could resist tremors. Much of Italy's land mass and some of its surrounding waters are prone to seismic activity with the highest risk concentrated along its mountainous central spine.
Mashable
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The Huffington Post
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Have regular planks become too easy for you? Time to change that. It's no secret that I'm a big fan of planks. I include them in my clients coaching programs all the time. In addition to helping strengthen the core, they can improve posture and alleviate lower back pain. Before trying the more challenging variations, make sure your form is spot on with basic planks (most people butcher planks without even realizing it). If you're not sure whether your form is 100%, try filming a short video and take a look at what you may be doing wrong. A few tips: Keep a neutral (flat) spine Avoid arching the lower back or letting the hips rise Don't excessively round the upper back Make sure you aren't holding your breath If you find that you're making some of the mistakes listed above -- or if have no idea -- check out this video to get a quick recap on how to do a basic plank.
France 24
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As a result of last year's quakes many residents have been evacuated to temporary accommodation outside the earthquake-prone zone along Italy's mountainous spine.
BBC News 24
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They have been overcharged to the tune of £250,000. They suggest nearly 40,000 customers were affected. So they are imposing the spine, £2.7 million for overcharging those customers. Let's speak to Ofcom. Lindsey Fussell from Ofcom joins us now. Good morning to you.
China Daily
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Just 16 months after Acen and Apio Akello were separated in Columbus, Ohio, the two-year-old Ugandan twins are walking independently.
Daily Mail - Health
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Just 16 months after Acen and Apio Akello were separated in Columbus, Ohio, the two-year-old Ugandan twins are walking independently.
The Huffington Post
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It would've been great having Ms. Poppins working beside me, but I'm not sure how long her merry melody would have lasted. Confronting a massive array of clothing chaos is enough to dampen even the most magical mood. Shirts come in crew neck, V-neck, mock turtle, long or short sleeve, all needing to be stacked separately and organized by size. Blue jeans can be boot cut, straight leg, relaxed fit, all with different waist and inseam measurements. And that's just one small segment of the sales floor. At the end of each shift, I'm pretty sure Mary's hands would be skinned and bloody from so much finger snapping. The task that still sends chills down my spine involved a rack of women's tops that was a mass of garments and hangers all tangled and mashed together. A colleague named Russell helped me get them re-hung and neatly arranged by size. He didn't shirk or complain, and it was grueling, but we succeeded.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A Citroen skidded out of control and slid sideways for 150 metres down the A15 after the wheels became trapped in a rut at the side of the road.One passenger in the car suffered a broken spine and another said was sure he and this friends were going to die after their vehicle hurtled towards oncoming traffic and a tree on the busy road.The car eventually came to rest when it slammed into the tree. Michael Ligudzinski, 40, was the front seat passenger in a Citroen being driven by his girlfriend...
Lincolnshire Echo
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A Citroen skidded out of control and slid sideways for 150 metres down the A15 after the wheels became trapped in a rut at the side of the road.One passenger in the car suffered a broken spine and another said was sure he and this friends were going to die after their vehicle hurtled towards oncoming traffic and a tree on the busy road.The car eventually came to rest when it slammed into the tree. Michael Ligudzinski, 40, was the front seat passenger in a Citroen being driven by his girlfriend...
KyivPost
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Teenager Vlada and fellow displaced Ukrainian Alexandr have known hard times. They are among 66,000 people with disabilities who fled the fighting in the east of the country in 2014, along with two million others. Vlada, 15, has spina bifida, a condition acquired from birth which leaves a gap in her spine. Alexandr, who is in his 60s, lost a leg to disease 10 years ago. Vlada and Alexandr both use a wheelchair. Read the full story here. The post UNHCR: Displaced by war, Ukrainians with disabilities find creative ways to cope appeared first on KyivPost .
Daily Mail - Home
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A disturbing video shows a gym-goer - believed to be in China - heaving a huge barbell up before dropping the weight and falling dramatically to the floor, smashing his back onto the weight as he does.
The Guardian - Books
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A policeman’s chronicle of life on the Scilly Isles offers a humorous return to Britain’s imaginary past When I started reading this book I did not know that Sergeant Colin Taylor, stationed on the Isles of Scilly until last year, was something of a star. (Under his management, the Isles of Scilly police force’s Facebook page has achieved more than 50,000 followers (now including me).) I was just mildly surprised that his memoir had drawn me in. I am, surely, above books with pictures of a policeman on a child’s bike on the front cover, a gull standing on a police helmet on the spine, and a stupid pun in the title. But then I remembered something about not judging a book by its cover; and besides, I was in the mood for lightness. I read on, amused by life on the archipelago; and then, on page 42, this: “My journey to work takes 25 seconds and the return journey, uphill, is longer, at 35 seconds.
Sputnik International
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