Faces of the working class

Faces of the working class

The Light of Roses Gallery in Montreuil exhibits an exceptional collection of photographs brought together by the duo at the head of the place. Marion and Philippe Jacquier have collected over the past fifteen years touching images that show the common people working in factories at the dawn of the …

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Celebrating the Diverse Cultural and Linguistic Backgrounds of Students at MIT | MIT News

The room was abuzz with lively conversations as nearly 70 students gathered to participate in the “Heritage Meets Heritage” event on October 27, hosted by MIT Global Studies and Languages ​​and co-sponsored by MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) and Hermanas Unidas. Students participated in small group conversations on …

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The struggle to unearth the world’s first author

About forty-three hundred years ago, in an area we now call Iraq, a sculptor chiselled out of a disk of white limestone the image of a woman presiding over a temple ritual. She wears a long ceremonial dress and a headdress. There are two male servants behind her and one …

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Michael Peterman: Colm Toibin explores the life of Thomas Mann in “The Magician”

“The Magician” is a new novel of major historical interest. Its subject is the social and family life of the German writer Thomas Mann, who during the first half of the 20th century became arguably Europe’s most successful and influential novelist. He not only won the Nobel Prize for Literature …

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“All Quiet” Scribe Lesley Paterson is also a Scottish champion athlete

There’s no logic to a career in showbiz, but some paths are more surprising than others. Lesley Paterson, one of the screenwriters of the German-language film “All Quiet on the Western Front”, is a world champion triathlete, born and raised in Scotland. Paterson – who competed for 15 years as …

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Appointment of Steffen Kindler as CFO of Holcim

Holcim’s Board of Directors has appointed Steffen Kindler as Holcim’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and member of the Group Executive Committee, effective May 1, 2023. Kindler will succeed current Chief Financial Officer Géraldine Picaud, who decided to pursue other opportunities outside of the company. To ensure a smooth transition, Picaud …

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Strasbourg-born Germans in Russia heritage collection manager retires from NDSU after 55 years

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) — The State Historical Society says most of the immigrants who settled in North Dakota are Germans from Russia. That’s a lot of families trying to keep their ethnic culture alive, whether by cooking, playing music or speaking the language. A native of Strasbourg has gone further …

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Germans who turn 18 will be offered a ‘birthday gift’ with a €200 culture pass | Germany

Young Germans are to join other Europeans in being offered a voucher to spend on their choice of cultural offerings under a scheme launched by the government. The 200 € Kulturpasswho will be made available to all 18-year-olds, has a dual purpose: to encourage young adults to experience live culture …

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Revisiting old water management strategies in the age of climate change

Tamim Younos In the 21st century, communities around the world face significant challenges in accessing safe, ie adequate, contaminant-free drinking water. The United States is not an exemption; there are pockets of small communities that lack access to clean water, both in terms of water availability and quality. Significant progress …

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Hope for G-20 consensus dims as Russia bristles at ‘unacceptable language’ over Ukraine invasion

Russia and the United States failed to agree on the language of a joint statement following a multilateral summit in Cambodia, making it unlikely that the Group of 20 countries will reach a consensus in Indonesia either this week. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov blamed the United States and its …

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UPDATE 1-German Scholz promises more air defense aid to Ukraine

(Adds Scholz’s comments) LEIPZIG, Germany, Nov 11 (Reuters) – Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Germany’s priority in helping Ukraine should be helping it defend against Russian air raids on its cities and to help rebuild its infrastructure. He added in an interview with RND newspapers on Friday that Europe should prepare …

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How Jews Invented Pita – aish.com

4 fun facts. Pita bread is perhaps one of the most misunderstood foods. This delicious flatbread – often round and with a pocket in the middle – is popular around the world. The Greeks claim it as their own: after all, the modern name “pita” comes from Greece. Pita is …

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Stanford linguists show how Nazis managed to kill

A new study said the language the Nazis used in propaganda throughout their rise to power in the 1920s and 1930s served to slowly dehumanize the Jewish people, with the language changing over time. According to a study published on November 9 in the journal Plos Onelinguistic analysis of Nazi …

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Georgia law enforcement and international partners solve transnational call center fraud

Georgia’s attorney general’s office said Wednesday it solved a transnational crime involving fraudulent call center services in conjunction with law enforcement from seven partner nations. As part of the effort, German and Georgian law enforcement carried out investigative activities at dozens of locations across Georgia, the office said, along with …

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The energy question divides the German government – ​​DW – 11/05/2022

Hydraulic fracturing has become the latest issue to test Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s coalition government, after Finance Minister Christian Lindner raised the possibility of lifting Germany’s partial ban last week. “We have considerable gas reserves in Germany that can be extracted without endangering drinking water,” the leader of the neoliberal Liberal …

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WOW2: Women Pioneers of November and Events in Our History

“Feminism is the radical notion that women are human beings.” – Cheris Kramarae, feminist studies scholar “Women solve problems, and oftenwe don’t get much credit for this becausethe typical image of a leader is someonewhich is loud, obnoxious, chest-pounding.It’s not my view of what’s trueleadership is; true leaders are thosewho …

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Conor Lovett Towers at Hudson Hall – The Millbrook Independent

Conor Lovett by Kevin T. McEneaney The Beckett Trilogy (dramatic monologue from the novels Molly, malone diesand the Unspeakable) played by Irish actor Conor Lovett will convince you that Samuel Beckett was (and remains) the greatest writer of the 20th century. With Maximal Minimalism, the only props used on stage …

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James M. Shellow, criminal defense attorney and masterful cross-examiner, dies at 95

James M. Shellow, a criminal defense attorney renowned for his sharp cross-examinations and the pleasure he took in being a highly sought-after legal ace, including expensive wine and neat $100 bills, died on October 29 at his home in Milwaukee. He was 95 years old. The cause was covid-19, her …

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European stocks up; German factory orders highlight economic risks

By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets traded higher on Friday as momentum generated by a positive tone in Asia on the reopening of speculation in China overshadowed weakness in German factory orders. At 04:40 ET (08:40 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany was trading up 0.7%, the …

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Natural revelation and natural selection

Image: William Wordsworth, by Benjamin Haydon, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons. It has long been recognized that the many hymns to nature in the poetic works of William Wordsworth (1770-1850) convey an implicit belief in natural theology. This concept was no stranger to Darwin himself in its abstract form following …

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How Russia’s War in Ukraine Helped the FBI Solve One of the Biggest Cybercrime Cases in Years

By Lukas I. Alpert Investigators nabbed a key figure behind Raccoon Infostealer malware in the Netherlands after fleeing fighting in Ukraine Three weeks after Russia began dropping bombs on Ukraine in late February, a talented young computer programmer named Mark Sokolovsky got into a Porsche Cayenne with his girlfriend to …

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EUROPE POWER-Spot stable to higher at the end of the holidays

FRANKFURT, Nov 1 (Reuters) – European power prices were flat in Germany on Tuesday and higher in France as the November 1 holiday in parts of the region was set to end and temperatures were expected to drop after a mild October. “Wind and solar energy are increasing day by …

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Germany can and must pave the way for EU energy solidarity | Opinions

Winter is coming to Europe and with it high energy prices, which could see many Europeans struggling to keep their homes warm. Still, it seems that Germany has its citizens covered. On September 29, Chancellor Olaf Scholz presented a plan for a 200 billion euro ($197 billion) energy package, which …

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Notable New Hampshire neighbors who died last week

InDepthNH.org crawls New Hampshire funeral home websites weekly and randomly selects some of our friends, relatives and neighbors to be featured in this column. People listed here have died within the past week and have a public or charitable connection to their community. InDepthNH.org now offers obituaries through the Legacy.com …

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Does Prince Harry Say ‘Bowling Saved My Life’ in Leaked Memoirs?

Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir is one of the most anticipated literary releases of all time, with rumors and speculation surrounding his content-consuming media cycles since its announcement in 2021. Following the official announcement of its title and release date this week, memoirs began to grow on social media, with users …

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In the west, nothing is new

Violent content In the west, nothing is new is about the horrors of war, and it depicts those horrors graphically. I won’t detail every moment of violence here; Instead, let’s cover the subject more broadly, while also touching on perhaps some of the film’s toughest moments. People – countless people …

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Switzerland to consider new German request to allow arms re-exports to Ukraine

ZURICH (Reuters) – Germany has made another request to neutral Switzerland to allow it to re-export Swiss-made munitions to Ukraine for use in its war against Russia, after being rebuffed earlier this year. A spokesman for Switzerland’s economic affairs department said a letter to this effect had been received from …

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Big spike in the Barbie doll market

Dr Lori Verderame Barbie has been making headlines lately ahead of the upcoming release of the movie “Barbie.” Barbie, which was introduced in the late 1950s and skyrocketed in popularity in the 1960s, has recently made great strides in the collectibles market. German Bild Lilli dolls, post-war adult fashion dolls, …

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Lady Chatterley’s Lover – What We Know So Far

Produced by Blueprint Pictures’ Laurence Mark, Pete Czernin and Graham Broadbent, with 3000 Pictures’ Marisa Paiva and Nikki Cooper serving as executive producers, the film began filming in North Wales in late 2021. “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” is the second feature film by Clermont-Tonnerre, an actor now qualified as a director. …

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BTS: All Calm on the Western Front, Netflix | Industry trends

“People said it was a beautiful film, but it should be beautiful in its horror,” says James Friend, ASC BSC. “It shouldn’t be comfortable to watch. It doesn’t have to be aesthetically lavish. He adds, “If you have a story that takes place in the trenches, there are only a …

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Star Studded Field Announced for Calgary National Bank Challenger Event

Calgary National Bank Challenger Canadian tennis stars Eugénie Bouchard and Vasek Pospisil and Germany’s Sabine Lisicki among the players in competition Star Studded Field Announced for Calgary National Bank Challenger Event Star Studded Field announced for Calgary National Bank Challenger event – photo credit R. Parthibhan CALGARY, Alta., Oct. 24, …

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North Pointe School in Southgate launches International Baccalaureate program – The News Herald

North Pointe School in Southgate launched an International Baccalaureate program for Kindergarten to Grade 4 this fall to create lifelong learners who are compassionate people who respect and celebrate differences. The goal of the International Baccalaureate or IB program is to educate children to love learning, to ask questions and …

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Manish Tewari | Desperate dragon after Xi’s congress

Have you ever wondered why an opaque jamboree held once every five years called the National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CCP) gets so much media attention around the world. The 20th such event since the founding of the CPC on July 23, 1921 concluded Saturday in Beijing. …

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Autumn traditions around the world | Top countries

Although many English-speaking countries spend October waiting for the thrill of Halloween, the month is also marked by a host of other traditions around the world – from one-day holidays to full-on festivals. While some, like Oktoberfest, share the carnivalesque tone of Halloween, many highlight religious customs or pay homage …

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German FinTech to Launch Sharia-Compliant Cryptocurrency and Blockchain

German FinTech company Caiz Development is building a Sharia Compliant Cryptocurrency and blockchain designed to unlock financial opportunities for millions of underbanked people in developing countries. Caizcoin will comply with the principles of Islamic finance. The blockchain will also offer transactions respecting Sharia rules. “In 2018 and 2019, we came …

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COVID: “The most severe global mortality shock since the Second World War”

Two new studies reveal the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global life expectancy (LE), one showing substantial and sustained LE losses in the United States and Eastern Europe, and the other finding a link between LE at age 60 before the pandemic and excess deaths amid COVID-19 only …

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Making Their Voices Heard: Why the English Song Festival Isn’t About Hazy Nostalgia | Classical music

For three days each April, the stunningly beautiful town of Ludlow, Shropshire, fills with music for the Ludlow English Song Weekend. As artistic director, I hastened to deconstruct the title. The weekend is long; we offer more than a song; and as for being English – how long do you …

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FTI Consulting continues the expansion of the Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in the EMEA region with three senior executive hires

LONDON, October 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the continued expansion of its Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment into Europethe Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) with the appointments of Connie Chan and Emma Donnelly in the UK and Raphaël Miolane in France as senior …

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Stark Museum of Art Special Exhibition A Noble Pastime: Hunting Pictures

Image courtesy of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston. Photograph © The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Johann Heinrich Tischbein II (1742 – 1808), “A Hunting Dog Stalking”, 1773, engraving, 5 x 6 1/4 inches (plate or block), 6 3/4 x 8 inches (sheet), Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston, 2019.9. …

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Chronicle: Retrospective with Alan Burnett

Piece Hall, Halifax: August 6, 2017 These days it would probably incorporate the Piece Hall, and it’s a tribute to those who transformed this beautiful old building into a turbulent 21st century success story. If you watch the opening credits of Look North, you’ll see Piece Hall in all its …

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Tracey Kloeckl-Jiménez Named Outstanding CLC Educator – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – Tracey Kloeckl-Jiménez is the 2022-23 Central Lakes College Board Outstanding Educator. Kloeckl-Jiménez teaches German and Spanish at CLC. This honor includes nominations from students and peers, as well as a recommendation from a committee of CLC employees. “Tracy’s dedication to students, her exceptional teaching, and the CLC’s mission …

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German Greens state stance on nuclear power amid federal government infighting | News | DW

The Green Party, one of the three federal ruling coalition parties, has supported German Economy Minister Robert Habeck in his plan to keep two nuclear power plants on standby in the event of an energy crisis during the winter, until April 2023. At the Friday evening delegate meeting in Bonn, …

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October 13, 2022 Russia-Ukraine News

Ukraine demands that the International Committee of the Red Cross immediately send a delegation to the Russian POW camp in Olenivka, in the Russian-occupied region of Donetsk. Andriy Yermak, President Volodymyr Zelensky’s chief of staff, posted the call for assignments on the administration’s website. “At the end of July, as …

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Ukraine can count on G7 financial support in wartime

* G7 assured Ukraine of continued support – finmin german * Lindner calls for a more systematic approach to aid to Ukraine * Denies that Germany is slowing down the disbursement of aid WASHINGTON, Oct 13 (Reuters) – Leaders of the wealthy Group of Seven (G7) nations have assured Ukrainian …

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Sheila Heti and Anne Carson among finalists for Governor General’s Literary Awards

Sheila Heti and Anne Carson are among well-known Canadian writers on the Governor General’s Literary Awards shortlist. On Wednesday, the Canada Council for the Arts named the 70 finalists in seven categories in English and French. The 14 winners, each receiving $25,000, will be announced on November 16. Toronto-based Heti …

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Fighting for the truth with pen and photography — Blind Magazine

“On the Pirate Coast. I was photographing them… My camera was shaking. The words, hanging from the end of the pen, were written by Albert Londres during a trip to Saudi Arabia, in his report pearl divers [Pearl Divers]. The word becomes an image. Born in 1884, London wrote like …

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The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and the Global Learning Center launch new websites

As part of its commitment to serve the University, the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (LLC) invites students and faculty to browse its updated website and the new Global Learning Center (GLC) web presence. Housed within the College of Arts and Sciences, the LLC offers students the opportunity to …

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Capgemini acquires German business intelligence firm Braincourt

As part of its fourth European deal this year, Capgemini acquired Braincourt, a German company specializing in business intelligence and data science services. The agreement provides for the transition of a team of approximately 90 people to the German division of Capgemini. “Their team is a natural fit for Capgemini …

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The art of parallel processors | Bis

SSince the 1950s, scientists have been studying various problems related to artificial intelligence (AI). However, it has only recently started to have significant appeal, coinciding with a golden age of growth in every industry we know. This is to enable robots to mimic human actions, especially cognitive behavior. AI algorithms …

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German Consulate Mumbai Suggests Do’s and Don’ts for Indian Student Visa Applicants to Study in Germany

More than 33,000 Indian students study in Germany, according to DAAD India | Unsplash Although more than 33,000 Indian students make Germany their study destination, concerns about false papers, including residence documents and language certificates, remain among members of the German mission in India. German Ambassador to India Philipp Ackerman …

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Ex-finance minister Tito Mboweni says murder of German tourist ‘boring’

Former Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has expressed his displeasure over the murder of a German tourist He said the 67-year-old’s murder had undermined efforts to promote tourism in South Africa. Meanwhile, Police Minister Bheki Cele reassured that the ‘callous’ murder would not go unpunished PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under …

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Live News: Tesla’s Credit Rating Upgraded to Investment Grade by S&P

© Reuters Tesla’s bonds are now rated investment grade by Standard & Poor’s, with the agency citing the electric car maker’s recent production numbers as the reason for moving the company’s debt rating out of junk territory. The rating agency raised Tesla’s rating, including credit rating and issue-level rating, from …

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Raymond Williams: a century-old bus tour

Centennial celebrations since his birth on August 31, 1921, cemented renewed interest in Raymond Williams (1921-1988), one of the leading left-wing thinkers of the 20th century. On October 15, in partnership with the Raymond Williams Foundation, I’m hosting an immersive tour of places related to Williams’ life and work that …

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Putin’s draft decree inspired a Russian exodus

“I see two tickets from Moscow to Istanbul for Saturday.” “Does anyone know anyone who is at the Verkhny Lars border crossing by car? A friend’s son has been on foot for thirty hours, looking for a place to rest. “T. is raising funds to send his son, S., out …

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NORD/LB partners with Trade Ledger to bring rapid funding to businesses

Partnership streamlines processes for faster loan decisions by delivering next-generation digital solution LONDON, October 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — NORTH/LB, one of germany largest commercial banks, is accelerating access to finance for its large corporate clients, through a partnership with Trade Ledger, the global data-driven lending technology provider. NORD/LB will use …

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Das Capital – Free Washington Beacon

Berlin is a wonderful read. The author doesn’t just cram prose like an oversize New Yorker room. Focusing on the essentials, he wraps his story in a dazzling dramaturgy that makes the reader want to browse more than 400 pages. An accomplished storyteller, Sinclair McKay writes like a journalist covering …

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Next year’s Met Gala will celebrate the late Karl Lagerfeld

PARIS (AP) — Met Gala fans, we have a new theme. Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour gathered top Paris Fashion Week insiders on Friday to announce that next year’s Met Gala theme will be the work of the late Karl Lagerfeld. Taking place on the first Monday in May – May …

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The Alliance of Net Zero Asset Owners Convened by the UN to Convene a High-Level Forum on the Potential of Blended Finance

Content of the article GENEVA – Don’t miss this special online event organized by the Alliance of Net Zero Asset Owners and the United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), featuring Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin, United Nations Champion for climate, Dr Jörg Kukies, German Chancellery and Dr Andrea Hauser, KfW. …

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Live Updates: Offshore renminbi falls to lowest level on record as pressure on PBoC increases

The renminbi’s offshore exchange rate fell to its lowest level on record, putting further pressure on China’s central bank to intervene directly to support the country’s currency. The offshore rate fell 0.7% to 7.2281 Rmb against the dollar, the lowest level on record since Hong Kong clearing banks were first …

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The University announces the first Renée Crown Honorary Professorships

The College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) announced that Heidi Hehnly, Associate Professor of Biology, is the first Renée Crown Professor of Science and Mathematics and Karin Nisenbaum, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, is the first Renée Crown Professor of Humanities. The chairs are made possible by a generous gift from …

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Studies for fun and entertainment (2)

Note that I enable the comments section. Please don’t give puzzle solutions – and spoil the fun of other readers. Just let us know what you think about it, how long it took you to figure it out, and how hard you thought studying was. The solutions will be detailed …

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UK Meltdown puts pressure on Keir Starmer to make his mark

(Bloomberg) — With Britain’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss facing a storm over her plans for the economy, the pound plummeting and her Conservative Party trailing in the opinion polls, her opponents’ confidence could generally be as high as energy prices. But as Labor leader Keir Starmer prepares to assert …

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Top 7 Best Places to Visit in Oxnard, California

Tourist Attractions: Oxnard, California Oxnard is a charming seaside town west of Los Angeles, where you can admire contemporary Californian art at the Carnegie Art Museum, housed in a 19th-century library. Historic homes from the early 1900s line Heritage Square, and you can stroll along the beach or on the …

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European stocks slide 2.8% after weak eurozone data and new UK economic plan

European stocks were down sharply on Friday as investors digested a series of central bank decisions and a new economic plan from the UK The Stoxx 600 fell 2.8% in the early afternoon, with all sectors and major exchanges trading in the red. Oil & Gas stocks and Basic Resources …

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Alexander Von Humboldt, the last person who knew everything

In June 1802, halfway through his five years of scientific exploration of Spanish America, Alexander von Humboldt set out to scale Chimborazo, a 20,564-foot volcano in the Cordillera Occidental of Ecuador. At the time, it was thought to be the tallest mountain in the world (a claim recently questioned by …

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Selby Wynn Schwartz captivates readers’ minds with a compelling story and how | After the Sappho book review

Selby Wynn Schwartz, in her early days, dares to imagine the possibilities and the chaotic selves of 20th century women, sometimes queer. A tribute to artists, writers, actors, role-players and dreamers, Schwartz’s creation is emboldening. The piece depicts an unsightly but rhythmic set of pioneering women from the previous century, …

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Franklin to host Sister City of Germany for a week full of activities | Local News

The sister cities of Franklin and Williamson County will host a delegation from sister city Bad Soden am Taunus in Germany October 2-9. The relationship with Bad Soden began six years ago under former Sister Cities president Patricia Kriebel. At the time, Kriebel was eager to have a foreign language …

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Europe burns cash to help companies worsen energy crisis

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Gas prices in Europe soared amid Ukraine crisis Utilities face a cash crunch Germany ‘will do everything possible’ to help businesses Russian mobilization triggers soaring oil prices BERLIN/LONDON, Sept 21 (Reuters) – Germany nationalized gas importer Uniper (UN01.DE) on Wednesday and …

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Falling into fashion at the Threadbare Show

SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. – Expectations were high at the La Salle Visitor Center in Southbridge, where the Threadbare Show set up its booths over the past season. As with the May and July shows, each supplier did their best to open Brimfield week and the fall season over Labor Day weekend …

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To watch the week of September 18: Reboot, the best new comedy of the season

In other news, The Fantasy’s second season Abbott Elementary School is here and better than ever. Dancing with the stars switch to Disney+, and the bachelorette airs its explosive three-hour finale. There is also a new pizza contest, Best in the doughhosted by Bachelor in Paradiseby Wells Adams and streamed …

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Top 5 pop bands to listen to in German

Alright, so you’re fluent in reading German while knowing all the classic movies. Have you studied the German music scene? You need to narrow down your choices of where to listen to German music, as there are a huge number of options in front of you. Have you considered German …

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Festival highlighting historical fiction and non-fiction from September 23 to 25

A woman who shattered the publishing industry’s glass ceiling, a nurse grappling with post-segregation abuses of her patients, and dictators who used a world’s fair for propaganda are among the topics featured at the sixth annual history book festival in Lewes. The authors of some twenty works of non-fiction and …

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Rose – Park Theatre, London

Screenwriter: Martin Sherman Director: Scott Le Crass Undoubtedly one of the greatest feats of memory you will see, that of Martin Sherman Pink nonetheless, it’s a one-piece steamroller that will leave you feeling a little dizzy. Lasting nearly three hours including an intermission and performed by a single actor, it …

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The Joliet native moved to Germany and now translates German books into English – Shaw Local

Leanne Cvetan said she took German lessons at Joliet West High School in the early 1990s, as did her older brother. Cvetan said she thought they might use German as a “secret language.” “But it never worked out,” Cvetan said with a smile. However, Cvetan fell in love with the …

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Cosmos Health will launch Sky Premium Life nutritional supplement products in Germany and Austria via Amazon and Ebay

CHICAGO, IL / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2022 / Cosmos Holdings d/b/a Cosmos Health, Inc. (“the company”) (Nasdaq: COSM), is a global healthcare group with proprietary lines of nutraceuticals and distributor of pharmaceuticals, branded generics, over-the-counter drugs and medical devices, today announced that the company’s proprietary line of nutraceuticals, Sky …

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🌱 311 Cincy Launches + Students’ ‘I Need Box’ Goes Viral

Hello Cincinnati. I’m here in your inbox this morning to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Here we are. First, today’s weather forecast: Foggy sun. High: 83 Low: 59. Here are the top three stories from today in Cincinnati: Greater Cincinnati Foundation president and …

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Allied Air Command | German and Spanish Eurofighter Detachments – Side by Side in NATO Air Policing

RAMSTEIN, Germany – For the first time, Germany and Spain have collectively executed NATO’s reinforced air police. A joint German-Spanish flight of fast reaction warning interceptors flew sorties to protect Baltic airspace. We have increased the size of the detachment by a third and almost doubled the output of the …

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EXCLUSIVE Iberdrola set to sell 49% of Germany’s offshore wind farm to EIP – source

The logo of Spanish utility company Iberdrola is seen outside its headquarters in Madrid, Spain, May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Sept 13 (Reuters) – Global wind energy group Iberdrola (IBE.MC) is set to strike a deal with asset manager Energy …

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Immovable promises

My name is Joseph Burton and I study theology at Andrews University, I just finished my first year. Thinking back to my childhood, I don’t remember knowing much about the character of God. I grew up in a dysfunctional home characterized by family conflict and the presence of drugs and …

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The Waiting Game • TechCrunch

Hello and welcome to Max Q. In this issue: An Artemis launch update New agreements between Rocket Lab and Sierra Space for space transportation News from Axiom, OneWeb and more By the way… TechCrunch disrupts finally returns – live and in person – to San Francisco from October 18-20. Use …

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Bryant selected for study trip to Germany

Twyla Bryant, who completed the initial post-baccalaureate teacher certification program at the University of North Georgia (UNG) College of Education in May, was one of 12 teachers-in-training selected by the Transatlantic Outreach Program from the Goethe-Institut to take part in a study trip to Germany, financed by the Halle …

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liwwa raises $18.5m in pre-Series B

Fintech based in Jordan Liwwa closed an $18.5 million pre-Series B equity and debt round. Founded in 2015, liwwa uses technology in all of its operations to provide tailored financial solutions. It also owns and operates the liwwa investment platform, a peer-to-peer platform that allows retail investors to fund liwwa …

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Chilean Ambassador to Budapest: Hungarians, Chileans have a very introspective personality

His Excellency, Camilo Sanhueza, Chile’s Ambassador to Budapest gave us a detailed interview covering his early experiences in Hungary in the early 1990s, the similarities between Chile and Hungary, how Santiago is tackling the emerging energy crisis and the Chilean community living in Hungary. He also talked about his favorite …

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10 Best Video Games Set During World War I

A conflict known for its gruesome trench warfare and grizzly, inhuman combat tactics, World War I doesn’t often make for a great backdrop for a video game. Unlike WWII, which saw countless digital adaptations spanning multiple console generations, the Great War was a wear test that just isn’t suited to …

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EDITORIAL: KMT unable to define ‘status quo’

Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Chairman Eric Chu’s (朱立倫) performance in an interview with German news outlet Deutsche Welle (DW) published on Tuesday was described as “disastrous” by several Chinese-language media and political pundits in Taiwan. The interview aimed to discuss the KMT’s views on cross-Strait relations and clarify the purpose …

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EU ministers struggle to find common solutions to high energy costs

(Reuters) European Union energy ministers met in Brussels on Friday to find a common approach to tackling soaring electricity prices that have left consumers and businesses struggling. German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said upon arriving at the meeting that he supported emergency measures to help households, but urged caution when …

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Frankfurter Buchmesse aims for 70% of its pre-pandemic size

At today’s German and international press conferences, organizers highlighted key elements of the Frankfurt Book Fair. Frankfurter Buchmesse chairman and CEO Juergen Boos speaks during a press conference for the German press on September 8. Picture: FBM By Porter Anderson, Editor | @Porter_Anderson See also: Frankfurt Stock Exchange: Helena Gonda …

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How a Force of Immigrants and Refugees Helped Win World War II’

Guy Stern celebrated his 100th birthday in January 2022. In 2017, he received the highest French distinction of merit for military and civil service: the National Order of the Legion of Honor. Stern is a decorated German-American member of what we now know as the Ritchie Boys. He represents one …

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‘We’re in the same boat’: Ukrainians start new German school year | Germany

A the brief exchange between Liudmyla Mashkova and her students, during which she asks them in German to open a window because the classroom is stuffy, illustrates the progress made. “Ja klar,” Artur Ivanov replies in the same language, and there is a collective sigh of relief as everyone takes …

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How incendiary revolutionary Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan Sastri became writer Agyeya

Less than a month after his arrest, Vatsyayan had started writing. He wrote throughout his incarceration, despite the inhuman conditions of imprisonment and occasional solitary confinement. He wrote about anything he could get his hands on, pouring poetry, diary entries, stories, essays, and translations into school notebooks and the backs …

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Contribution of Women to Medicine in Bahrain: Leadership and Workforce | Human resources for health

The discussion part is divided into three main sections; leadership, workforce and the medical student to provide greater insight into the status and contribution of women in the Kingdom of Bahrain and highlight existing literature in related fields. Leadership Despite the increase in the number of women enrolled in medical …

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Financial rules are becoming more complex. Kiss him.

Comment this story Comment It seems blindingly obvious: banks shouldn’t trade stocks to help investors claim refunds of taxes they haven’t paid. Yet in Germany it took a court ruling last year to confirm it was illegal a decade after the practice was banned. A series of international lenders are …

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Coffee with Hitler by Charles Spicer critic – polite anti-Nazi society | history books

OWhen Hitler came to power in the early 1930s, public reaction in Britain was not one of unmitigated horror. Instead, it falls somewhere between disinterest, snobbery, if inaccurate, contempt (“the man is a House painter!”), and, in some quarters, the quiet satisfaction that a vigorous reformer had shaken up his …

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Lansdowne Folk Club will perform The Black Feathers on September 22

LANSDOWNE — Lansdowne Folk Club will perform The Black Feathers, an award-winning duo from Gloucestershire, England, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 22 at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne. Doors will open at 7 p.m. The Black Feathers, made up of Ray Hughes and Sian Chandler, …

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Factbox: Europe’s efforts to protect households from soaring energy costs

September 2 (Reuters) – Europe faces massive increases in its energy bills due to soaring gas prices as the conflict in Ukraine and European sanctions against Russia heighten concerns over gas supplies . Here are some of the policies Britain and European Union member states have announced to help protect …

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Baerbock’s comments on support for Ukraine are misunderstood – Foreign Office Spokesperson

The German federal government believes that Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock’s statement that she will support Ukraine as much as necessary, regardless of the opinion of her constituents, has been taken out of context, the spokesperson said on Friday. ministry spokesman, Christopher Burger. MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – September 02, …

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Don’t give up on small businesses in the energy crisis

Comment this story Comment As energy prices rise, British politicians appear to be relying on Latin American literature for guidance. Like a novel by Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, those responsible have lost the ability to tell the difference between substance and magical realism. But companies can’t afford to live …

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Against the trend

by Joshua Alan Hoxmeier, University of Illinois at Chicago The decline of American Catholic education from the middle of the 20th century is nothing new. Between 1970 and 2010, enrollment and the number of Catholic schools dropped drastically. 3,477 elementary schools (37%) and 781 secondary schools (39%) closed. Nationwide, primary …

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Gorbachev is fondly remembered in Germany for enabling unity

Comment this story Comment BERLIN — Mikhail Gorbachev was enduringly popular in Germany for enabling the country’s reunification after four decades of division after World War II — and for setting the stage for the peaceful collapse of communism that made it possible. Even 25 years after the fall of …

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Lufthansa aims to minimize the effect of the pilots’ strike on Friday

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Lufthansa said on Thursday it would do all it could to minimize the effects of a pilots’ strike due to start on Friday and defended its offer in wage talks. The union, Vereinigung Cockpit (VC), said on Wednesday night that wage negotiations had failed and the …

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Lemonada Media and Penguin Random House Partner to Create Innovative Multi-Platform Book Club

The ‘Lemonada Book Club Powered By Penguin Random House’ will bring together story-lovers from the worlds of podcasting and literature Host of the “Crime Junkie” podcast Ashley’s Flowers among the first group of authors to feature LOS ANGELES, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lemonade Media, the podcast network that makes …

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Confronting the Modern – The Brooklyn Rail

In view The Clark Art InstituteRodin in the United States: Facing the ModernJune 18 – September 18, 2022Williamstown, MA At Clark’s lavishly attended Rodin exhibition this summer, it may seem unbelievable that despite having been the world’s most famous artist when he died in 1917, Rodin’s reputation has faded to …

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Carl Croneberg, Gallaudet professor exploring ‘deaf culture’, dies at 92

In the early 1960s, a deaf scholar from Gallaudet University, Carl Croneberg, traveled from New England to the Deep South to study how sign language was used in daily life. Above all, he expected to explore how gestures and movements were learned and transmitted. What the Swedish-born Croneberg also observed …

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Ukraine receives record $4.6 billion in foreign aid in August, pending EU MFA in September-early October – Finance Minister

A total of $3 billion in grants recently provided by the United States through the World Bank brought total foreign aid in August to $4.6 billion, a record monthly volume since the beginning of the war, said Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko. “We also expect to receive $1.5 billion in grant …

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Paul Motrynczuk | News, Sports, Jobs

MAYVILLE-Paul Motrynczuk, 94, of Mayville passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 25, 2022 at his home. He was born on February 5, 1928 in Nahariana, Ukraine, the son of the late Waysl and the late Maria Demada Motrynczuk. At the age of 16, during World War II, Paul was abducted …

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Why a strong U.S. labor market amid resilient demand may mean aggressive rate hikes

The latest US jobs report ahead of the Federal Reserve’s September policy meeting likely showed employers continued to add jobs at a healthy – albeit more subdued – pace in August, underscoring the sustainability and the strength of the labor market and the need for an aggressive policy response to …

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Echoes of Netflix and Hollywood’s ‘Evil Twin’ Formula E! News UK

Hollywood has always used twins (especially identical twins) for various symbolic purposes, especially in thrillers and horror cinema; Netflix’s Echoes miniseries is the latest in that tradition. Netflix’s thriller miniseries echoes begins on a promising note: we meet Gina McCleary (Michelle Monaghan), a successful writer living in Los Angeles. Years …

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Can sex, gender and language live happily ever after?

Comment this story Comment In English, it has become de rigueur in some circles to introduce oneself with one’s name and preferred pronouns. These range from the traditional (he/him/his) to the non-binary but singular “they” and up to pioneering neologisms such as ze or zir. The goal, generally, is to …

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