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I really enjoyed my trip to Switzerland. Another country crossed off the list.
That’s all for now so I can get into my G & T. Matt and Jenny are making Pizzas. They have started started from scratch, making the dough and so on. It should be good.
PS - in reply to Lorena's question about the Aussie flag, I don't know. I came across this tattered old Aussie flag n a random flagpole in Bellagio.
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... to the WHO, to lead to an increase in the incidence of the diagnosis of thyroid disease due to early detection of non-symptomatic disease cases.
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... held public policies". Most lawsuits that seek to require a state to recognize a marriage established in another jurisdiction argue on the basis of equal protection and due process, not the full faith and credit clause.[o]
DOMA's Section 3 defined marriage for the purposes of federal law as a union of one man and one woman. It was challenged in the federal courts. On July 8, 2010, Judge Joseph Tauro of the District Court of Massachusetts ...
... contains quite a nice, large cafeteria where you can have a full and healthy meal. You could buy all sorts of other things too such as books, candies, cheeses, sausages, hams, coffees. We boarded the bus and began the fun part of the drive up even more narrow, twisting mountain roads, barely hugging the side of the mountain with views straight down. At Stresa we stayed at the Regina Palace Hotel, which is luxurious and ornate ...