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... back a foot in sych--one young couple is very good, and keeps going as the music gets faster and faster. Refreshing to see the new generation carrying on a tradition. Hey, who says beach towns don't have "culture"? Finally I reach the marina of Rimini. Unfortunately there's no bridge here, just a ferry. If I take the ferry, my "trail of footprints will be interrupted messing up my Superhike. So I have to backtrack until I find a bridge. Rules are ...
... election in mid-June, ended with the formation of a new government supporting a continued adherence to the main principles outlined by the signed bailout plan. The new government however immediately asked its creditors, due to a delayed reform schedule and a worsened economic recession, to be granted an extended deadline from 2015 to 2017 before being required to restore the budget into a self-financed situation; which in effect was equal to a request for the Troika ...
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A thyroid ultrasound screening programme is currently ongoing in the entire Fukushima prefecture, this screening programme is, due to the screening effect, likely to lead to an increase in the incidence of thyroid disease due to early detection of non-symptomatic disease cases. About one-third of people[~30%] ...
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... according to Philip Henslowe's diary, a play called The Tamynge of A Shrowe was performed at Newington Butts on 13 June 1594. This could have been either the 1594 A Shrew or the Shakespearean The Shrew, but as the Admiral's Men and the Lord Chamberlain's Men, Shakespeare's own company, were sharing the theatre at the time, and as such Shakespeare himself would have been there, scholars tend to assume it was The Shrew. The Shakespearean version was ...