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The land of opportunity that is WWE SmackDown left fans wondering what's ahead for the fresh faces in the spotlight. Natalya, Tamina and Carmella stormed a SmackDown Women's Championship match, their newly formed crew poised to do damage in the women's division. Shinsuke Nakamura barely spoke in an interview that kicked off Tuesday's show, suggesting a pattern WWE may follow with him. And Breezango stunned the crowd by winning a Beat the Clock Challenge and becoming the No. 1 contenders for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. What's the plan for the Natalya-led posse? How much will WWE hide Nakamura 's limited English-language skills? And do Tyler Breeze and Fandango really have a shot at capturing gold come May 21 at Backlash? The following is a look at all those questions plus what Baron Corbin's post-SmackDown suspension means, trying to make sense of what unfolded on the latest SmackDown .
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The A52 has reopened following a crash on the road this morning which claimed a man's life. The man died following the one-car collision, which happened at around 9.30am on the eastbound carriageway, towards Tollerton, between the Nottingham Knight roundabout and the Wheatcroft Island. More on this: How today's events unfolded The road was closed for around four hours to allow for the series collision team to carry out their investigation today, April 26. A spokesman for Nottinghamshire...
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The elegant attire that once broke codes of British eveningwear is a timeless classic that can still bend the rules In Depth Peter Howarth Jo Levin Monday, April 24, 2017 - 1:29pm There is a complex story behind the origins of what we call the tuxedo these days, but it all seems to have started in 1865 with a commission for a short blue evening jacket to be worn for informal dinners at Sandringham by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) from his tailor and friend, Henry Poole of Savile Row. A convoluted series of events then unfolded involving a visiting American, James Brown Potter, who, upon invitation to dine at Sandringham, bought a similar jacket. This man took the style back to his club in the US – the Tuxedo Club – and the tux was born. The tuxedo was the name given by Americans to what became the British dinner jacket. Image 2 of 5 Description Tuxedo, £1,490; evening shirt, £275; silk scarf, £150 The US penchant for the style had a famous moment almost a century later at another party hosted by Truman Capote on 28 November 1966.
The Event Chronicle
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Taurus takes in, manifests in reality, and then holds onto tightly. So whatever was begun during the Aries lunar cycle will tend to take hold after the Taurus New Moon. If that which began in the Aries cycle has no reallife” to it, it will not take hold. It will not be made manifest. Looking at the recent world events, look closely at what has unfolded from them, especially after the New Moon on the 26, and even more so after Mercury goes Direct on May 3. Are those events merely the past coming back for a look-see again, or are those events more indicative of what is truly brewing in our world. Taurus is fixed Earth and when it grabs something it does not let go. So if you have started something recently, if it is aligned and alive, the Taurus New Moon will tend to make it more real and grounded. Taurus likes to make things more secure and comfortable.
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Al Jazeera
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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BBC News 24
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The French President, Francois Hollande, has been chairing a meeting of his security cabinet. This report on how the attack unfolded is from our Europe correspondent James Reynolds. You have to stay back, please. The area is dangerous because of shoot gun. Please, stay back
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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