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• Entertainment & Pop Culture Marisa LaScala Parenting & Relationships Editor Marisa LaScala covers all things parenting, from the postpartum period through empty nests, for GoodHousekeeping.com; she previously wrote about motherhood for Parents and Working Mother.


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Existential philosophy meets madcap mutant mayhem in ‘Robocop’ genius Paul Verhoeven’s insanely entertaining blockbuster brain-scrambler. Arnie is the regular blue-collar guy (um, sure) who discovers he’s actually a ruthless double agent (that’s more like it) working to uncover a conspiracy on Mars. But is it all just a dream, a memory, a Messianic vision – or all of the above? • Language - Grammar


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Although less flamboyantly experimental than his contemporaries Joyce and Woolf, D H Lawrence was a modernist, says literary scholar Catherine Brown. Here, she selects five books that make the case for this most contradictory, and often divisive, of writers—a man whose fictions and ‘philosophicalish’ works were by turns brilliant and bewildering, sublime and ridiculous • Nature


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Set in South London and cast with young local actors, “Attack the Block” may one day be best remembered for discovering “Star Wars” lead and soon-to-be Hollywood star John Boyega. If ever there was a film begging to be rediscovered with the potential to reach a much wider audience, it’s this one. Edgar Wright’s writing partner Joe Cornish slips into the director’s chair for the first time and delivers a film that’s fast, fun, and smart. Built around the simple premise of “What if aliens invaded the wrong part of the city?”, Cornish shows a remarkable ability to direct action and maintain the film’s energy. The film also has socio-political side that gives it a “Get Out” meets “Baby Driver” vibe. — CO v.6(7)


A person could tie their noggin in knots trying to follow the timeline of Rian Johnson’s time-travelling nailbiter: So future assassin Joseph Gordon Levitt is really Bruce Willis and they’re trying to kill each other? Plus the kid with psychic powers who lives near a corn field has something to do with this? And the hit man’s weapon of choice circa 2042 is a blunderbuss?!? Johnson’s Möbius Strip of a movie is endlessly fascinating – it doesn’t simply reward repeat viewings so much as demand them – and proof that it’s still possible to do intelligent science fiction within the sausage skin of a star vehicle. Kudos, sir. DF Working hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30-17:15 (Discretionary working-hour system applicable.)


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• Mission MinuteEarth has a regularly updated collection of short, free science videos all about Earth. We especially love that there’s a whole channel of videos in Spanish (MinutoDeLaTierra), too.


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Once Political Philosophy is done, with Gilgamesh you can go for Classical Republic (at this point you do not need the military slot - warcarts do not have upkeep, by now you should have already built all the military you will need for the rest of the game, so even if you've upgraded the slingers to archers -3 gold is ok) (note however, the maybe you want to get Oligarchy for a few turns if you haven't finished the military or you face a tough war). • Armenia


The Shatkhandagama is also known as Maha‑kammapayadi‑pahuda or Maha‑karma‑prabhrut. Two Acharyas; Pushpadanta and Bhutabali wrote it around 6th century CE [ citation needed]. The second Purva‑agama named Agraya‑niya was used as the basis for this text. The text contains six volumes. Acharya Virasena wrote two commentary texts, known as Dhaval‑tika on the first five volumes and Maha‑dhaval‑tika on the sixth volume of this scripture, around 780 AD. [ citation needed] Browse by category


I'm going to give the GoTM25 a try. With Gorgo's focus on culture it may be possible to push for Monarchy without causing delays. Let's see. Other industry representatives cited in the China Daily report say that no recent literary book from China has made a major impact in the UK: ‘none appear in the top 250 new books published in 2010 and probably none in the top 2,500.’ According to another industry insider based in Hong Kong, ‘Among the new titles being published in the upcoming fall season by 100 independent presses based in the US and UK. There are (only) 17 books translated from Chinese out of well over 500 in translation.’ Only one of these books is by a contemporary author; the others are re-translations of Tang dynasty classics and a “definitive” Confucius.


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• Granta The trials and tribulations of the eternally ill-fated Jupiter 2 got goofier as the show progressed. As far as we're concerned, though, the show didn't hit its stride until the Robot was asking rock-jawed Major Don West things like "What am I, chopped liver?"


“The book is about the pleasure of being wrong. We forget that wrongness can be deeply pleasurable, but thankfully we have literature and art to remind us.” Read more... The Irish Revival and its aftermath: Yeats, Synge, O’Casey, Joyce, Beckett, and their contemporaries. May be repeated up to three times for credit when topics vary.


Since its birth in the early twentieth century, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has become the most popular personality test in the world. Here, Merve Emre, author of the new book The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of Myers Briggs and the Birth of Personality Testing, recommends five books that reveal how the language of ‘type’ has seeped into the marrow of American civic institutions and social life—from Fortune 500 companies to Breakfast at Tiffany’s. • OR to find sources that contain one of a range of synonyms (e.g. generation Z OR teenagers OR adolescents)


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• Made in NYC By the close of the twentieth century, the expression ‘world literature’ had become subject to widely differing interpretations. The simplest meaning, ‘all the literature in the world’, is admirably clear, but it has been rejected as too broad. The term has also been glossed as ‘literature that can be read in many countries’, ‘literature that is read in many countries’, or ‘literature that should be read in many countries’. A non-specialist definition still in general use is ‘literature of high quality that deserves to be read across the world’, which highlights the question of quality; another common definition that is rarely made explicit is ‘literature not in English that is read in translation in the UK & US’. Less frequent than any of these is the meaning ‘all the translated literature in the world.’


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Office of Management “This is the great American novel for me—the humanity, the landscapes, the progressive and political and social ethos of the novel, not to mention the amazing characters. Steinbeck is the American Dickens, at least in terms of social consciousness.” Read more...


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The gender gap is also evident in who is watching. “It’s all men on my channel,” says Giertz, and mostly aged 25 to 34. “All my comment sections are engineers at Google.” • Modern Indian History


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Are you wondering what happened to all those American writers from Bret Easton Ellis to Jeffrey Eugenides, from Jonathan Franzen to Cormac McCarthy? • Readability




• Here, we've listed the best sci-fi shows that you can stream on Netflix right now, including "Stranger Things," "The Twilight Zone," and more. • Writing the introduction


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Technology It should never be forgotten, though, that Peter Chung’s avant-garde animation was one of the most original and creative American sci-fi shows of the 1990s. Set in 7698, the titular leather-clad secret agent works for the country of Monica and is tasked with infiltrating the neighboring Bregna, which just so happens to be run by her nemesis/lover Trevor Goodchild.


• The Wayne Stater - college newspaper P.S. I apologise for the really poor formatting of the code on this page - no matter what I try, I can’t get Blogger to format it nicely. I’ve tried http://formatmysourcecode.blogspot.com and other methods, but no matter what it just looks rubbish. If you know of a good way of formatting code so that it doesn’t look terrible on Blogger, please let me know (I’d love to make it automatic in Scrivener’s “Copy as HTML” code too).


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Despite Gorgo's strong focus on culture, to reach Globalisation properly it is necessary to hit some of the key boosts on the way. Some tips are as follows: Some authors who use eye dialect include Harriet Beecher Stowe, Maya Angelou, Charles Dickens, [4] William Faulkner, Greer Gilman, Alex Haley, Joel Chandler Harris, Russell Hoban, Terry Pratchett, James Whitcomb Riley, J.K. Rowling, Robert Ruark, [5] John Steinbeck, Mark Twain, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Paul Howard, [6] and Irvine Welsh. However, most authors are likely to use eye dialect with restraint, sprinkling nonstandard misspelling here and there to serve as a cue to the reader about all of a character's speech, rather than as an accurate phonetic representation.


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