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Late in the afternoon, the boys put up their tent1 in the middle of a field2. As3 soon as this was4 done, they cooked a meal5 over an open fire. They were all hungry and the food smelled good.
After a wonderful meal, they told stories and sang6 songs by the campfire. But some time later7 it began to rain. The boys felt tired so they put out the fire and crept8 into their tent. Their
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People often wonder why historians go to so much trouble to preserve millions of books, documents and records of the past. Why do we have libraries? What good are these documents and the history books? Why do we record and save the actions of men, the negotiations of statesmen and the campaigns of armies istick 100w?
Because, sometimes, the voice of experience can cause us to stop, look and listen. And because, sometimes, past records, correctly interpreted, can give us warning of what to do and what not to do.
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Hundreds of years ago, a savoury idea – called the century egg – was hatched in rural China. As the story goes, a farmer found naturally preserved duck eggs in a muddy pool of water and slaked lime (a type of calcium hydroxide). After surviving a tasting, he set out to replicate them manually, resulting in a delicacy that would endure for centuries as a comfort food in Hong Kong, China and parts of Southeast Asia Reenex好唔好.
Though details of the century egg’s discovery are undocumented, scientists estimate that it dates back more than 500 years to the Ming Dynasty. And aside from some techniques used for large-scale production today, the egg preservation process has remained relatively unchanged.
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In just nine days, France is going to vote for their next president — there’s going to be a second round face-off in three weeks too. And it looks like Facebook wants to avoid another fake news scandal as the company is preemptively running full page ads in major French newspapers.
The ad gives ten tips to spot fake news on the internet. You’ll find it today in the paper edition of Le Monde, Les Échos, Libération, Le Parisien, 20 Minutes and potentially other newspapers. Facebook tells you to check the URL, the date, the photos, the facts in the article and more. It’s similar to the tips that started to appear at the top of the news feed in the Facebook app. You can check it out at the end of the article cloud computing companies.
- Aug 12 Mon 2013 10:45
The lifting of suppression orders means it can now be revealed that Cheng Qi "Chris" Wang, 54,was sentenced in the High Court at Auckland in April on charges of dishonestly using a document and money laundering.
- Jul 11 Thu 2013 18:13
The King's College London researchers have uncovered 22 metabolites that are created during molecular changes before birth and in infancy which they believe can be used to predict how a person will age.
It could pave the way for a blood test for babies to determine their chance of age-related diseases, so they can be given medical assistance earlier.
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MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE Simon Coveney had said that some 2,000 loads of imported fodder have been transported to farms suffering food shortages as part of a scheme that has been running over the last number of weeks.
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