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Picasso Magic Paintings, in Paris | France.

Picasso Magic Paintings, in Paris | France.

Picasso Magic Paintings. Musée Picasso Paris  3E | PARIS | FRANCE  OCTOBER 01, 2019 - February 23, 2020. Many of the paintings that Picasso did over a period of some four years (summer 1926-spring 1930) form a cohesive group, which Christian Zervos would later (1938) as “Tableaux magiques”. With these works principally figure paintings – Picasso opened a new chapter in his oeuvre, probing a deep emotional dimension, which anticipates the power of Guernica a decade...
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Scientists v. Politicians.

Scientists v. Politicians.

Scientists  v. Politicians. The land, is our home and is sick with a chronical ailment, we have inoculated ourselves: humans. It's called climate change or global warming. It's the most widespread disease, but as we'll see later it's not the only one. External manifestations are becoming more dramatic. In recent times the follow-up began in Japan with a tsunami that swept away everything that stood in its wake. Since then the tsunamis have been identified...
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Different Gut Microbes in delivered infants.

Different Gut Microbes in delivered infants.

Different Gut Microbes than vaginally delivered infants in babies born by C-Section. Method of delivery can influence the bacteria in infants’ guts, according to a new study, but differences, were found to disappear within nine months. Scientists are starting to get a better idea of how many factors can influence a newborn's gut microbiome. For the past decade, scientists have been fascinated by how the bacteria in our guts influence our health and determine whether...
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Through the eye of the lock.

Through the eye of the lock.

Through the eye of the lock. Through the eye of the lock. Why do I always have to talk about myself? A vice acquired in some pagan temple? I don't know, I'm just experimenting, but I'm going to try to turn the character around. Psychology is a fairly atypical profession, it is not like the doctor or lawyer to whom we refer naturally, belongs to the private sphere of people. No "healthy" adult will see...
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Almost human, an indomitable living being.

Almost human, an indomitable living being.

Almost Human. I have a living being at home that I find absolutely indomitable. He is always alert and aware of my needs. It is more than human, when you require a thought that goes back a long time ago, think about it and take longer than when the request is recent. Obviously he has to resort to his memory, which we must admit is always perfect, but not always accessible. I forgive you for...
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The Alpine A110 Rally to enter the scene.

The Alpine A110 Rally to enter the scene.

The Alpine A110 Rally is now ready to enter the scene. Following the Cup and GT4 versions, Alpine enriches its customer-competition portfolio. The Alpine A110 Rally is presented officially during the Rallye Mont-Blanc Morzine - 5-7 September, 2019 - This two-wheel drive car for privateer teams and drivers will be available for purchase at the end of the year. Since its announcement in May, the Alpine A110 Rally has piqued the curiosity and interest of...
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Meghan and Harry would be much happier.

Meghan and Harry would be much happier.

Meghan and Harry would be much happier if they moved to California. On the day Meghan and Harry got married, how many of us made wagers? Whether it’d last and, if so, how long? Will she be pregnant within six months, and will there be one, two or three baby Sussexes? My wager, however, was on how long it would take the royal couple to move to California. After a decade spent dividing my time between...
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New Books to watch for this month.

New Books to watch for this month.

New Books to watch for this month. A sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” books that take on the #MeToo movement, essays from Rachel Cusk and more. After the sleepy months of summer, September brings a windfall of new titles. Fans of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” rejoice: Decades after the novel was published, Margaret Atwood returns with a sequel. A new biography of Susan Sontag — a 700-page, exhaustive, doorstop of a book — explores her intellectual development...
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Time to take charge of your health.

Time to take charge of your health.

Student wellbeing: time to take charge of your health. Making a good start, physically and mentally, is a hugely important part of doing well at university. Plus, campus chaplains offer a listening ear. Looking after physical and mental health. University is the first time that many young people will live independentlyFirst you have to watch out for freshers’ flu. Then it’s end-of-term exhaustion. And before you know it you’ll be into pre-exam pressure. Looking after...
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The world has a Diamond Glut.

The world has a Diamond Glut.

The World Has a Diamond Glut. Why Is That a Problem? Mines are closing, and middlemen are being squeezed. But don’t expect bargains at the jewelry counter. LONDON - Is it ever possible to have too many diamonds? For many in the business of producing and trading these gems in recent years, the answer is yes. The top diamond miners in the world, including the two largest, Alrosa and De Beers, have an inventory problem....
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Eric Clapton’s addiction to the goodies.

Eric Clapton’s addiction to the goodies.

Eric Clapton's addiction to the goodies, inspired the Beatles. Eric Clapton's addiction to the goodies that inspired the Beatles.. The guitarist and his friend George Harrison also shared their love for sweets. It is known friendship that existed between George Harrison and Eric Clapton . The link between the two became so important that the author of "Tears in Heaven" was one of the few illustrious guests to a Beatles studio album, after displaying his subtle talent throughout "While...
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Daytime naps could warn of Alzheimer’s.

Daytime naps could warn of Alzheimer’s.

Daytime naps could warn of Alzheimer’s. A new study suggests that three regions of the brain involved with keeping people awake during the daytime are among the first casualties of the degenerative condition. Excessive daytime napping can be an early warning sign of Alzheimer’s, according to new research into how the disease attacks the brain. It was already known that Alzheimer’s can disturb the ability to sleep at night and it had been thought that patients napped during...
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Atomik vodka brings cheer to Chernobyl.

Atomik vodka brings cheer to Chernobyl.

Atomik vodka from the exclusion zone brings cheer to Chernobyl. Scotland is fêted for its whisky while brandy connoisseurs will know the French town of Cognac. Now a team of British scientists hope to place another spirit on the map: vodka from Chernobyl. The vodka, which has been given the brand name Atomik, has been produced from grain grown in an area of Ukraine that was abandoned in 1986 after the nuclear reactor meltdown that contaminated much of...
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Dementia accounts for one in eight deaths.

Dementia accounts for one in eight deaths.

Dementia accounts for one in eight deaths. Dementia accounts for one in eight deaths. Statisticians say that a better understanding of dementia and improved diagnosis of the disease means that it is more likely to be recorded on death certificates. Experts described dementia as the biggest health crisis of our time yesterday as official figures showed that it caused one in eight deaths in England and Wales last year. The percentage of deaths by dementia...
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A cold stare save your chips from a seagull.

A cold stare save your chips from a seagull.

Can a cold stare save your chips from a seagull? Putting science to the test. Valentine Low tries his best to stare down the seagulls of Brighton beach.  On Brighton beach the sun is shining, the seagulls are wheeling overhead and the chips in front of me are looking particularly tempting. Only one question is bothering me. Do I want my best Clint Eastwood? Or is it the moment to bring out the tried and...
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Birth rates at lowest since records began.

Birth rates at lowest since records began.

Birth rates in England and Wales at lowest since records began. Birth rates in England and Wales at lowest since records began.. The decline may be explained by higher infertility or women waiting until later in life to start families. The birth rate in England and Wales has fallen to a record low, with a nearly 10 per cent drop in the number of babies being born since 2012. Official figures show there were 657,076 live...
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Recipes that bring a taste of sunny Provence.

Recipes that bring a taste of sunny Provence.

Recipes that bring a taste of sunny Provence into your kitchen. I am living in London, but in an area full of trees. There’s even a wood at the end of my road. It’s not Aix-en-Provence – there are no honey-coloured shuttered houses – but as soon as the ground gets hot, as it has recently, the area has that summer smell of warm earth and holidays. As I walk down the road with my...
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New Citroen Ami One was tested.

New Citroen Ami One was tested.

New Citroen Ami One was tested. Could this tiny French concept car be the future of urban mobility? It’s not often that a windy car park in Leicestershire contains such a compelling vision of the future. Surrounded by cones and a couple of flags bearing Citroen’s logo, is the Ami One, a two-seat, all-electric urban mobility concept that could be the key to sustainable travel in European cities. Let’s be honest, though – it won't....
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My father was Wernher von Braun.

My father was Wernher von Braun.

My father was Wernher von Braun, the former Nazi who worked for Nasa on the moon landing. Before creating the rocket for the Apollo 11 mission, Margrit von Braun’s father was a Nazi scientist and inventor of the V-2 flying bomb. There was nothing out of the ordinary about Margrit von Braun’s father when he came home from work in the evenings, set his briefcase to one side and asked how her day had been....
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John McCririck obituary.

John McCririck obituary.

John McCririck obituary - Flamboyant and irascible TV racing pundit who flaunted his disdain for women, including his wife. Flamboyant and irascible TV racing pundit who flaunted his disdain for women, including his wife. John McCririck Flicking through the channels on any Saturday afternoon from the mid-1980s until 2012, the casual viewer would almost certainly have stopped and done a double take when they came to Channel 4 Racing. On the screen would be a large,...
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Great New York City Rooftop Bars.

Great New York City Rooftop Bars.

Great New York City Rooftop Bars. Summer is a sweaty, trying season, but also the perfect time to enjoy a cold drink with a stunning view. It’s not always easy to love New York City in the summer. The heat waves aren’t much of a reprieve from bitter winters and rainy springs. But it’s finally rooftop bar season, and there’s no better way to see the city skyline. You may have to wait in a...
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Is organic food really healthier?

Is organic food really healthier?

Is organic food really healthier? The biggest food myths, busted by a nutritionist. Oranges are the best natural source of vitamin C. False. Oranges, and all citrus fruit, are a good source of vitamin C but there are other fruits and vegetables that are a better source. On a weight-for-weight basis red peppers contain more than twice as much vitamin C. Additionally, although they are not particularly rich in vitamin C, some foods like potatoes contribute quite...
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Glastonbury 2019, warn over laughing gas risk.

Glastonbury 2019, warn over laughing gas risk.

Glastonbury 2019 revellers warned over laughing gas risk. Glastonbury 2019 campers appear to be consuming laughing gas “like gannets” despite warnings from health chiefs and concerns for the environment. It is feared that festival goers could be using nitrous oxide recreationally. Nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, has become popular at music festivals, but the Royal College of Nursing said that it can cause “choking or tightness in the chest, nausea or vomiting and a dangerously...
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Win more, spending at The Kooples.

Win more, spending at The Kooples.

Win more, spending in store or online at The Kooples. Win more, spending in store or online at The Kooples. Founded in 2008, The Kooples is a French contemporary fashion brand offering accessible luxury collections with a strong personality for both men and women. The Kooples philosophy offers a new take on the English art of tailoring with a rock'n'roll style. for iconic contemporary pieces showcasing natural Parisian chic and London elegance. Founded in 2008,...
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India Knight has found the perfect blusher.

India Knight has found the perfect blusher.

India Knight has found the perfect blusher. She reviews the Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge. The Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge. There’s a foolproof way to apply this cream blush that doubles as a lip stain. Hello, my name is India and I can’t put on blusher. Oh, sometimes I think I can. I’ve been wearing it for years, decades — ever since realising that a face without blusher looks like a naked potato. Blusher is everything....
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The Key Functions of Carbohydrates.

The Key Functions of Carbohydrates.

The Key Functions of Carbohydrates. Biologically speaking, carbohydrates are molecules that contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms in specific ratios. But in the nutrition world, they’re one of the most controversial topics. Some believe eating fewer carbohydrates is the way to optimal health, while others prefer higher-carb diets. Still, others insist moderation is the way to go. Carbs Provide Your Body With Energy. No matter where you fall in this debate, it’s hard to deny that carbohydrates...
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‘Hadestown’ wins Best Musical at Tony Awards.

‘Hadestown’ wins Best Musical at Tony Awards.

'Hadestown' wins Best Musical and leads the way, with eight wins at 73rd Annual Tony Awards 2019. The 73rd Annual Tony Awards were presented Sunday to celebrate Broadway's best performances of the year. James Corden served as host of the event for the second time and kicked off the show with a nine minute opening number in which he poked fun at live TV versus streaming services. When it came to the coveted Best Play and...
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The Apple iPod is coming back.

The Apple iPod is coming back.

The Apple iPod comes back. The Cupertino company introduced its first new model in four years, the brand new iPod Touch. It's basically an iPhone without the phone feature. It will be sold in online stores abroad from $ 200. Apple introduced its new iPod model on Tuesday, the first in four years, as part of its strategy to turn to digital content, such as music and games, to reduce its dependence on the iPhone....
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Apple eliminates the way of consuming music.

Apple eliminates the way of consuming music.

Apple eliminates iTunes, the player that revolutionized the way of consuming music. It will replace it with three different services: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. Apple announced on Monday that it will eliminate the historic music and iTunes music store and videos and replace it with three different services focused on one of these features: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. In this way, almost two decades after Steve Jobs announced it in 2001 and having contributed decisively to revolutionize...
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UK’s Eurovision entry Bigger Than Us.

UK’s Eurovision entry Bigger Than Us.

UK’s Eurovision entry Bigger Than Us has five points deducted after contest.  Michael Rice’s Eurovision song, Bigger Than Us, had five points deducted from its score because of an error.  The UK’s terrible Eurovision experience just got worse. Michael Rice’s song, has had its score lowered by five points after organisers found that an error had been made in calculating the totals.The European Broadcasting Union said that Rice garnered 11 points in Saturday’s finale, not...
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Mercedes-Benz ESF new semi-autonomous driving.

Mercedes-Benz ESF new semi-autonomous driving.

The new Mercedes-Benz ESF 2019 with semi-autonomous driving. As if it were a historical tradition, the signature of the star has just presented its latest experimental safety vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle. We are talking about a design exercise , which integrates some of the latest technologies in safety, in which the people in charge of Mercedes-Benz are working .Technological details that are already prepared to reach the production models, in some cases, although others look directly into the...
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Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III, to be auctioned.

Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III, to be auctioned.

Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III BJ8, produced in 1967,  is offered without reserve by RM Sotheby's. RM Sotheby’s very first online-only, single-lot collector car auction is live. While the platform is new way for enthusiasts to expand their collections, cars offered Online Only will be subject to RM Sotheby’s usual inspections and standards. The first lot to be offered via this exciting new format is this highly desirable Austin-Healey, numbers matching and presented in its original...
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The Grumpy Cat died on last Tuesday.

The Grumpy Cat died on last Tuesday.

The Grumpy Cat, was the most popular and grumpy internet cat. The Grumpy Cat was a true internet diva that inspired thousands of “memes” and also comics, movies, clothes and perfumes. She died of complications of a urinary infection, as announced on Friday in social networks his “dismayed” family.”Grumpy Cat” had more than a million and a half followers on Twitter, where her fans are expressing their pain with memes and messages, and Madame Tussaud‘s museum in San Francisco made her a wax statue....
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Game of Thrones and Murky battle scenes.

Game of Thrones and Murky battle scenes.

Game of Thrones: Murky battle scenes left us in the dark, fans complain. Game of Thrones fans have complained that they were unable to enjoy last night’s episode because it was too dark to make out the action. The 82-minute Battle of Winterfell episode, which aired on Sky Atlantic, was the most anticipated of the current series. The battle scene, one of the longest ever seen on screen, was filmed over 55 nights in freezing conditions in Northern Ireland....
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Flavorful dressing that will boost more than your salad.

Flavorful dressing that will boost more than your salad.

The startlingly flavorful dressing that will boost more than just your salads. I have three refrigerators in my life: the one you can walk into at the restaurant, with the interior safety-release door clasp and the diamond-plate floor; and the double-door one at home that blooms incandescent light like time-lapse daybreak when you open her. Then there is the one at our weekend getaway place, sturdy but cramped, with shelves that don’t adjust so that...
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Mick Jagger suffering from a physical injury.

Mick Jagger suffering from a physical injury.

Mick Jagger suffering from a 'physical injury' sustained during tour preparations, sources say. Mick Jagger has delayed concerts after suffering from a “physical injury” sustained during tour preparations, sources have confirmed. The Rolling Stones frontman sent shockwaves around the world and fans into a frenzy when it was announced that the band had postponed their tour of the US and Canada because Jagger had fallen .In a statement, the band said that doctors had advised Jagger,...
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The Gallery block sends you to a Gallery Mode display of each Article, showing the Image, followed by posted Date, Title and few lines of content, ordered from last-to-first criteria. Clicking on the Text block, you can optionally access Text Mode, to Articles grouped by Year / Month / Day and Title, in a chronological order. There, you’ll be also able to learn about  Sub-Categories and Themes content, by selecting the apropriate Bar with the same criteria.

In Text Mode, the vertical colored Double Arrows, jumps to the starting Category Sheet. A full width display, shows — in images and titles — the whole content of each one. From left to right, there are shown — in alphabetical order — all its Sub-Categories. When clicking on the selected Image-Title you’ll be addressed to it, where all its different Themes can also be accessed. After the last Image-Title, there is a brief description about its whole content. At the left-bottom, a pair of horizontal Color Double Arrows, identify the previous and the next starting Category Sheets. Clicking on them you’ll be able to visit — step by step — all the content and Tidbits section, the last one, that shows a synthetic images-display of recent-to-old most readed articles. The small Colored Letter between them, address you to relecvant Text Mode content. The same symbol can be found under every Categorty or Sub-Category Main Block and the effect is the same.

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