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... desperate string of love letters mentioned then too, she thought. Nothing in the story beforehand really supported such a display of devotion. Simin had grown up in Shiraz, Iran and moved to Australia last year. No one knew about Iran here, except that they were trying to bomb Israel. And that her hometown has the same name as a wine grape, something they all thought rather funny because Muslims can't drink.
She and David had met, of all places, in a drive in cinema. ...
... route is fairly simple and is the same for both races. The first simply goes clockwise whilst the second goes anticlockwise. See this map.
- Race 1: 14th December 2013
The basic idea for race 1 is to head along the top of the ridge to the Return Waypoint (29.446523° lat, 47.732402° long) and then return to the start ...
... by the locals of a country which has received a lot of aid over the years. When I was in Cambodia I read this by someone at Studio Revolt, a Khmer arts collective:
With over 3,000 registered NGOs here, a culture of dependency leaves Cambodians with no sense of ownership. We want to see Cambodian people own their creativity, narratives, and ultimately their destinies. Imagination is a means to ownership. ...
... working there were three of his works on pedestals in the middle of the space, lit up. It felt special having a connection to these large artworks which the thousands of people who used the building every day must have seen.
None of this is about ...
... counting how many buttons and other items related to sewing exist in the deposit. They also looked for matching sets of tea cups and dinner plates in these deposits of 150 year old items at each house. They inferred a family was of higher status when they found matching sets.
Deposit is quite a lovely word to use because it comprehensively depersonalises the set of possessions of a household found at a site. It makes one think of one's own entire set of possessions ...