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  27. females use their horns to fight for food from other caribou. causing them to break or fall off prematurely. They tend to spend the winter months living under the tree line. They normally live in the shade of pine forests. Here the trees will protect against the cold winds.

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  29. Directed by TV veteran Deborah Chow, from scripts by showrunner Joby Harold, Obi-Wan Kenobi finds Ewan McGregor’s stoic Jedi still in hiding on Tatooine, where he has given himself the holy mission of protecting the young Luke Skywalker. In reality he is a broken man, haunted by the fall of the Jedi, the death of his friend Anakin (Obi-Wan is unaware
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  31. The most famous legend of the human pillar is that Maruoka Castle Fukui Prefecture one of the old wooden castles and the most beautiful of Japan But before the construction was very difficult. No matter how many times you try to build it, the stone pillar will always fall down. A widow named Oshizu was taken as a sacrifice. The exchange was for Oshizu’s son to become a samurai to serve in the castle. She was buried alive under a pillar. And after that, the construction of the castle went smoothly.

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  32. There are many stories, and it is born into an urban legend. that if the green light in front of the tunnel lights up Don’t be in a hurry to drive past. Let it pass one more red light first. then drive when the light is green again It is believed that the first green light was an invitation of the souls in the tomb to trick us into it.

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  33. Therefore, the only way to survive is to say no to both. But most of the time, many people answer the paper of one color because it’s a sudden question that causes many people to answer unconsciously. The source of the sound was said to be a human clad in red robes. who do not know whether it is a woman or a man because they wear a mask completely But the legend is believed to be a beautiful woman who became haunted.

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  34. Come visit Kyoto I believe that no one will miss visiting this fox god shrine. Especially on the way, you have to walk through tens of thousands of red torii gates, more than 4 kilometers long, through lush forests. Taking photos, it still looks beautiful. But there are many people who say that the atmosphere is secretly desolate. and scary as well Which has many legends about ghosts hiding, for example, if you accidentally stare into the eyes of a fox god statue You can’t get out of the torii gates. Or if you walk here in the twilight, you will get lost in here. When it comes out, it will forget all the events that have happened, etc. In fact, it’s not strange to get lost. because before walking to the shrine, it is far away Whoever comes to visit, do not skimp off the path.

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  38. The Lan Sang Waterfall is located in Lan Sang National Park again with fertile forest conditions. There are many species of plants. and is a forest watershed as well cause there are many wild animals It is also It is a very beautiful natural place because of the beautiful scenery. And there are many beautiful waterfalls too. Suitable for traveling and relaxing.

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  39. Followed by Phu Chee Dao , a 1,800 meter high peak located between Phu Chee Fah and Doi Pha Tang. Therefore, it became the origin of the name “Phu Chee Dao”. and the sunrise in the morning is very beautiful You can also see the view of the Mekong River flowing along the mountains. Called to see a 360 degree view ever.

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  40. get to know Huay Kaew Waterfall A large 3-tiered waterfall surrounded by abundant nature of Lam Nam Kok National Park The specialty of this waterfall is Can visit all year round because there is always water flowing Plus, each level of the waterfall has a different beautiful scenery. Suitable for viewing touch nature and have fun playing in the water Not far from the waterfall is a large tea plantation area. Occupational source of Akha, Lisu, and Chinese hill tribes, as well as Huai Mak Liam hot springs Natural hot spring for us to soak in warm water. relieve fatigue

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  41. Sisaket , a province full of ancient monuments, can be said to be a city of ancient archaeological sites. So follow us for a walk. castle house castle This old and still beautiful is better than one of theplaces to visit in Sisaket. that must come and see

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  52. Wat Phra That Phanom Woramahawihan It is a relic on a Sunday birthday. It is located on the banks of the Mekong River, That Phanom District, Nakhon Phanom Province. Phra That Phanom is not only the spiritual center of Nakhon Phanom people. but also respected by other Thai people and Lao people as well It is said that if anyone comes to worship the relics 7 times, they will be regarded as “children of relics” as auspicious for life and will be prosperous. And during the full moon of the 3rd lunar month to the 1st lunar month of the 3rd lunar month of every year, there will be an annual event to worship Phra That Phanom as well.

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  53. The outstanding feature of this temple is that it is enshrined. Reclining Buddha Phu Kao There is a Buddha image as a reclining Buddha image. His head supports his forearm. The forearms that supported the head were not erected and the hands were not supported by the head. The Buddha has a special feature. Lying on the left side without Ketumala The legend is that it is a characteristic of Moggallana monks. And the temple will organize a ceremony to bathe the reclining Buddha image on April 19 of every year.

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  54. among the large rocky mountains And green rice fields in Pink District, Khon Kaen Province, we will find Wat Tham Saeng Tham. Beautiful temple on a limestone mountain over 250 million years old along with pupils and the villagers who believed After that, a concrete building was erected in 2005 to make the temple stand firmly on a rocky cliff. and coexist with nature perfectly Therefore, it is not surprising if this place becomes the most Unseen location that merit tourists would like to visit once.

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  55. Mae Kham Reservoir or Mae Kham Reservoir It is a reservoir for the community. and sources of electricity in the area of Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand but with beautiful scenery And the atmosphere is chill and comfortable, so it has been developed into a tourist attraction. The highlight that cannot be missed when coming here is Watching the sunset in the evening. Because we can see the light shining through the dam’s ridge perfectly. It’s very romantic. For those who are road trips, the road here is equally beautiful. Let’s go together~

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  75. Which arrangements are available would be best? How to choose the best vitamins for children Both the type of vitamin and the form of administration are chosen depending on the age of the child.

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  76. Kamphaeng Phet , a province that many people may look past. But let me tell you that There is also good here, not losing to anyone! Follow us to visit nature, which is peaceful and shady, is another tourist attraction that is not crowded. Khlong Wang Chao National Park here is a very fertile forest area. There are many wild animals There are also beautiful nature to discover, including waterfalls, beautiful viewpoints, and caves such as Khao Yen, Tao Dam Waterfall, and Pha Tang Viewpoint. Klong Wang Chao Waterfall In a quiet place like this, it’s definitely good for your heart.

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  77. Another place to travel in nature, quiet, little people. Sai Thong Reservoir, Nakhon Nayok, although smaller Huai Prue Reservoir Another reservoir of Nakhon Nayok But the view is equally beautiful. In addition, it is a natural attraction that is not crowded and quiet, and the area of ​​the reservoir is surrounded by quiet mountains. Suitable for chilling, exchanging, taking beautiful photos, and trying to find a time to come and have a picnic.

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  78. Wat Sukumaram is located in Wang Taku Subdistrict, Bang Mun Nak District. Phichit Province It is a temple that was born out of the faith of Phichit people. Inside, there is a Viharn Luang Por Khian, a famous guru monk who has been greatly respected. In addition, there will be a highlight is the reclining Buddha image or the golden reclining Buddha image, size over 55 meters long.

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  79. “Every year we have a PADI Women’s Dive Day on 20 July,” said Khaled. “In 2020, after the pandemic, Aqaba became the first city in Jordan to re-open and we were surprised and pleased to have 100 ladies coming out to try diving in Aqaba that day.”

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  80. “It turns out the kids who are spanked get more aggressive over time. If it was working, that would go down. But it doesn’t,” says Elizabeth Gershoff, a professor of human development and family sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, who studies the effects of corporal punishment on children. “It actually is doing the opposite of what parents want.

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  81. “What punishment does, at best, is immediately suppress the behaviour. It stops it – much of it by a startle reaction, but it stops it,” says Kazdin. “The trouble is, the research is unequivocal: what happens is the behaviour returns at the same rate.”

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  82. Activities on Buddhism Promotion Week Visakha Bucha Festival Nakhon Si Thammarat Province has organized various activities. Under the Phra Borommathat, Dharma Heritage, World Heritage, connecting the Srivichai route Open the door of the ASEAN Community at the Pho courtyard of Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan From 10-15 May 2022 with the following activities

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  83. Khao Khuha is an atmosphere of a strange mountain scenery surrounded by pine trees. But in return, it is very beautiful. The reason why this place became like this was because in the past, there were quarrying concessions and the eruption of mountains. Therefore, the mountain here has a strange shape. thus creating a beautiful viewpoint like this came up and may have a chance to see the sea of ​​mist in the morning as well

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  84. chemicals used to protect plants and agricultural products destroys external parasites of the animal and to control disease vectors herbicide Insecticide subset. Chemicals that destroy plants or parts of plants, leaves, deciduous substances, flowers, deciduous substances.

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  85. As organisations firm up their remote policies, it will also give some managers – particularly those in middle management – less room to interpret rules to their own advantage. Ultimately, Vroman says it is unlikely to be individual managers who have the final say on who comes in and who doesn’t. “It’s not the manager’s responsibility to figure out how can we sustain remote, it’s a macro-organisational issue,” she says.

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  86. It is easy to see why these changes are adaptive. Yet many primates, when they are stressed, also reveal characteristic ‘displacement’ behaviours – such as nervous scratching of the skin – which don’t seem to serve any obvious purpose in handling the situation causing their discomfort. So why would they evolve?

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  87. Any psychologist will tell you that studying self-deception scientifically is a headache. You can’t simply ask someone if they are fooling themselves, since it happens below conscious awareness. As a result, the experiments are often highly intricate.

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  88. They “tend to want to be seen as ‘the good guy’: basically, easy-going, fun, likable, generous, they may be helpful – that kind of thing”, says Hall. But the downside is that they are calculating; their behaviour is characterised by an “ongoing passive-aggressiveness”. Think backhanded compliments, veiled barbs, insults disguised as humour, subtle digs or gossiping behind people’s backs.

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  89. “Gardens are becoming shop windows for the wider environment, demonstrating the dangers of pests and threats of climate change and showing what can be done to tackle it,” says Simon Toomer, curator of living collections at Kew Gardens in the UK.

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  90. When it comes to the positive influence of pets on children, the state of their relationship is key – not just living under the same roof. “Relationship quality seems to be a better predictor of some of these health outcomes than just whether or not you have a pet in the home,” says Mueller.

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  91. Your toddler smacks another child at play group, upset that she won’t share her toy. Your pre-schooler needles you at the store, whining that he really wants that sweet. Your 12-year-old refuses to set the table, storming off to her room and slamming the door.

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  92. For less challenging toddlers, who made up 35% of the children he saw, punishments and warnings backfired: they worked immediately, but at the two-month check-in, they had increased the child’s behaviour problems. And on average, for the remaining majority of children in the middle – 53% of the total – infrequent timeouts had no effect on later behaviour, positive or negative.

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  93. And, like behavioural parent training, emotion coaching is a suite of interventions, not simply “time out versus no time out”. Any positive results might not have had anything to do with dropping time out. They could have been, for example, from simply teaching the parents about their own emotions, helping them to become more regulated and calmer.

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  94. In a tranquil side room of the Covid-19 vaccination centre in Rambouillet, a small French town around 30 miles (50km) south-west of Paris, a soft blue light emanated from a row of cylindrical tubes. Members of the public who received a vaccine last year were invited to bathe in the glow for a few minutes while they waited in the recovery area.

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  95. Jezler agrees. She herself has worked in the lab at the University of Sussex, mapping scent and the other senses, but says such academic rigour is rarely applied. “Smell is considered to be the lowest [grade] of the senses, and it’s one of the least studied as a result,” she adds. “But it’s the only sense where the stimuli has a direct connection to our brain – molecules travel up the naval passageway and directly bind to the olfactory receptors and transmitted to our amygdala,” she continues.

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  96. There are 7 viewpoints on Khao Toh Sae, each with a different beautiful view. The whole area of ​​Phuket Town and vast mountains Some points can be seen as far as the sea at all. and also inhaled the fresh natural aura The best time to visit is in the evening. Because besides the weather is not very hot, you can also see the sunset view . very romantic as well Prepare your camera to take beautiful photos.

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  97. So, as policies start to firm up – often with the majority of employees in mind – some immunocompromised workers may find themselves in unworkable positions, since company policies may not cover their situations as a result. Going into the office poses a risk to their health – but risking their livelihood by refusing is not an easy choice, either.

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  98. The size of this monument is 2.5 meters high, located in the middle of the city of Sankhaburi. In addition, on January 19, 1983, it will be the day of the opening ceremony with the celebration of Sankhaburi District Therefore, every day on January 19th is set to be the day of the worshiping ceremony for the souls of Khun San as well.

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  99. He still expects that it will take time before he’s comfortable with in-person work, however. “I’ve told everyone, I’m going to be dipping my toes in the water. Going back to the office is going to be a very slow, somewhat tenuous process for me.” Yet despite the risks, the freedom to go at his own pace means returning to the office is something he is looking forward to – particularly after spending so long in isolation. “I like to be around human beings,” he says. “I’ve greatly missed human interaction.”

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  100. “The crux of it all is that people aren’t going to get better, they’re going to get sicker, they’re going to get more stressed out and there’s going to be all sorts of consequences that we don’t even know about,” says Couser. It’s in companies’ interests to encourage people to take sick days, because “although there may be a short-term gain in productivity, it could lead to a longer-term loss”.

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  101. Founded by an influential economist and a billionaire entrepreneur, this community tends to define progress in terms of scientific or technological advancement, and economic growth – and therefore their ideas and beliefs are not without their critics. So, what does the progress studies movement believe, and what do they want to see happen in the future?

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  102. While trying to find the crux between progress and the risks it raises, Crawford writes: “My take is that tech progress is default good, but we should be watchful for bad consequences and address specific risks.” Likening humanity to passengers on a road trip in, “a car traveling down the highway of progress”, Crawford posits that existential risk researchers think, “that the car is out of control and that we need a better grip on the steering wheel”.

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  103. Yet the reality is, animals have always been a part of human economies, and the way people value some more than others can reveal striking truths about the world that we live in. Particularly so if you look at the prices people have been willing to pay for them.

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  104. Both cats and dogs have a brief window – for puppies this is between around eight and 16 weeks of age – where they learn about the sorts of people they might encounter in their lives. “We know that if puppies or kittens have not met children at all by the time they get to six months or so – depending on their underlying temperament – they can display really quite adverse reactions,” says Bradshaw. “That suggests that they don’t really recognise children as human, unless they’ve been introduced to them as part of the humanity package.”

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  105. Still, as with spanking, such tactics are common. In the US, one survey found 98% of parents of five-year-olds report having engaged in some form of psychological aggression in the last year. Unicef has found that nearly seven in 10 children aged two to 14 worldwide were “shouted, yelled or screamed at” in the last month. Four in 10 were called “dumb or lazy”.

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  106. “If you add things on top, like yelling, or allowing your child to escape the time out chair repeatedly, then it becomes exciting for the kid… And I think it’s a common misconception to think that children have to sit in time out and think about what they’ve done, or they have to feel badly about what they’ve done. It’s more about just seeing a difference: it’s fun when I listen, it’s boring when I don’t.”

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  107. But for non-physical punishments, if given rarely and in the context of otherwise warm, responsive (not authoritarian or overcontrolling) parenting, those risks remain theoretical.

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  108. Back in Scotland, Gouldstone explained that for decades, the consumption narrative has focused on negative human impacts. She insists that we can have a positive and regenerative impact: “Seilich shows that’s possible. Because the plants we grow are native, they grow easily so it’s really low-input farming that’s absolutely scalable.”

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  109. “The World Business Council emerged in response to the Rio Summit,” says Jessica Dempsey, a political ecologist at the University of British Columbia in Canada. “It was this kind of moment of reckoning with the environment and development challenges that were coming to a head in the late 1980s.”

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  110. “Some people have a real aversion to it because picking something up with wrinkly fingers feels weird,” says Davis. “It could be because the balance of skin receptors have changed position, but there could be a psychological dimension too. It would be fun to investigate why. There could be other things we can do less well with wrinkly fingers.”

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  111. The crushing force of one continent hitting another caused the plate beneath the Tethys Ocean, made of oceanic crust, to slide under the Eurasian plate. This created what is known as a subduction zone. Then the oceanic plate slipped deeper and deeper into the Earth’s mantle, scraping off folds limestone as it did so, until the Indian and Eurasian plates started compressing together. India began sliding under Asia, but because it’s made of tougher stuff than the oceanic plate it didn’t just descend. The surface started to buckle, pushing the crust and crumples of limestone upwards.

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  112. Over a video call I ask Billi Bierling, a mountaineering journalist who hiked Everest herself in 2009, whether an extra millimetre, metre or mile higher matters to people like her. She is relaxing on the sofa at her mother’s house in Germany, preparing to head back to Nepal for the summer season in March.

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  113. Research into cats’ emotions and sociability has long lagged behind that on dogs, but in recent times it has gathered pace. Much of it is in its early stages, but already research has shown that cats’ sociability towards humans is quite a complicated spectrum.

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  114. Rodin’s The Kiss up in string. They own The Kiss, and they’ll allow me to re-enact my work.” Re-enactment is a crucial aspect of Parker’s imagination and art, which often ropes our eyes into seeing familiar objects as if for the first time. In 2003 she intervened in French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s iconic marble depiction of adulterous lovers fromอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนฉวาง

  115. and one’s eyes are hammered by more than 200 references to the “crushing”, “boiling”, “grinding”, “pounding”, “beating”, and “squeezing” of ingredients necessary to make art – to magick beauty from a blizzard of brokenness. Ruination and imagination more than merely rhyme; they go hand in hand when hands make art.
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  116. slipped through the guillotine that cut things short for Marie Antoinette in 1793 – a prop Parker borrowed from Madame Tussauds. And the notion of using complementary splotches of snake venom and anti-venom to create ambiguous Rorschach-like blots that have the interpretative potential to reveal what’s slithering around inside our subconscious is funny. It just is.
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  117. ungs, a light inside the greenhouse gives intermittent glimpses of the structure’s floor, made from discarded tiles designed by Augustus Pugin for the Houses of Parliament in the 19th Century. “It looks a bit like a floating carpet,” says Parker. “All the most powerful people in the world have strode across them – Gladstone, everyone. It’s been worn thin by
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  118. Although I’d been to the village before, I first saw this for myself in the run up to Christmas. Everyone in my own town, 15 miles south of Clovelly, had been asking if we were going to see Clovelly’s Christmas lights. When we arrived, the lanes were even more packed than they had been at the height of the summer tourist season. A band of local schoolchildren played Christmas carols; people greeted one another on the cobbled streets.

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  119. “In Islam, water is the origin of life, it’s a symbol of purity and acts as a purifier of both the body and the soul; it is considered pious,” said Rocío Díaz Jiménez, general director of the Board of Trustees of the Alhambra and Generalife.

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  120. All right, foodies, listen to this way. For anyone who is a foodie in Rangsit area, today we have a good list. Let’s take note. Let me tell you that it’s very good for the heart with 15 restaurants in Rangsit area, each with great menus. All delicious, selected for real. Rangsit residents confirmed ! If you want to know how bright it will be You have to follow by yourself. With friends inviting friends, having a boyfriend with a girlfriend, no one can go and enjoy it alone. Let’s go to check-in.

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  121. A law to govern facial recognition technology was proposed back in 2019, but it was shelved after a parliamentary committee review found that it lacked adequate privacy protections. Among its strongest critics was the then Australian Human Rights Commissioner, Edward Santow.

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  122. “CCTV is often criticised for only allowing evidence after the fact, whereas facial recognition creates actionable information in real time in order to pre-empt crime,” he says. “That’s a very different conception of security.”

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  123. Whether it is a thumb print, iris scan, gait analysis or capillary reading, no form of biometrics is fool proof. As the technology becomes more sophisticated, so do the hackers’ attempts to manipulate it for their own gain. Deep fakes have emerged as an evolution of fraud techniques, particularly in relation to digital facial recognition (that is to say, photos).

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  124. “Our goal is to change the way in which cities use light,” says Sandra Rey, founder of the French start-up Glowee, which is behind the project in Rambouillet. “We want to create an ambiance that better respects citizens, the environment and biodiversity – and to impose this new philosophy of light as a real alternative.”

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  125. There are 3 fields of Krachiao flowers in Pa Hin Ngam National Park. And there will be a walkway, which the park has made, which will not allow tourists to walk directly on the ground to prevent damage Kachiaw flowers. We will see a large daffodil. and small flowers blooming with bright pink surrounded by fresh green grass, relaxing and pleasing to the eye In addition, the air is fresh and cool as well.

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  126. Thap Lan National Park is a national park that has a fertile forest condition and has a courtyard forest which is a rare sight that only some areas have natural palm trees. Inside the park, there are many attractions such as Khao Makha, Lam Dam. Plai Mat Lam Mun Bon Dam, various waterfalls and Pha Kep Tawan , which is a very beautiful sunset viewpoint.

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  127. There are more than 64 million km (40 million miles) of roads globally and large increases are predicted, especially in developing countries, as the world’s population grows and incomes rise, meaning more people can afford cars. It is projected that there will be two billion cars on the road by 2040, with total traffic levels increasing by more than 50%.

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  128. Chet Sao Noi Waterfall National Park, Saraburi. This is a beautiful place to visit in rainy season. and very close to Bangkok by Chet Sao Noi Waterfall It is derived from the name of a village located nearby. a waterfall named “Baan Little Girl” became the name. Chet Sao Noi Waterfall

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  129. Parking spaces would also likely be moved underground to prevent heavy congestion if cars have to resurface, and could be reclaimed above ground as micro parks, public seating areas or even mini playgrounds – as is happening in Amsterdam which plans to remove thousands of parking spaces a year.

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  130. Hughes lives in Cornwall, a peninsula in the southwestern tip of England that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean. His home is in West Penwith, a region renowned for its rugged moors, granite tors and mystic stone circles. Dark skies are a portal to this heritage: “These are the same stars that cavemen in furs and woolly mammoths would look at in the Neolithic [era],” says Hughes.

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  131. It can be hard not to dwell on hurtful comments from a lover, family member or a friend. “I would think negative comments from the people we love and trust would have more impact than those from strangers,” says Baumeister. This is partly because we have expectations of how our friends and family should behave towards us.

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  132. The case of the murdered post manager is one of about 20 scenarios scripted by Sam Emmerson, creative director of Moonstone Murder Mysteries in London, a company that creates and runs immersive mysteries. A cast of actors plays the suspects, and the participants solve the case. Emmerson and his team stage up to a hundred of these interactive shows each year, at private dinner parties, in hotels, and, in the case of the mail-train mystery, titled Murder on the Underground, at the Postal Museum in London.

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  133. The 19th-Century detective, Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, is a perfect example of that game-like, puzzle-solving approach, as is Christie’s sweet-mannered yet coolly analytical Miss Marple. Ross points out that many golden-age stories feature amateur detectives, which may have encouraged readers to test their own skills in games: “They were seizing the idea that they might be able to solve crimes themselves.”

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  134. As for the case of the murdered postal manager, the solution can be revealed since the show is no longer running. The motive did come down to money in the end. Ruth, the letter sorter, was in financial distress after her husband had lost his job. She stole parcels with jewellery from the mail, and replaced them with worthless ones. Not that everyone accepts Emmerson’s official endings. Some of those who fall for the trap of the suspects with the secret affair, refuse to change their minds: “They’ll still argue the case afterwards! ‘That’s such a clear motive, it has to be that’.”

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  135. “The cure was simple: Consume oranges in any form and at every possible opportunity,” Braun writes. “And Sunkist assured the acidosis-fearing reader that it was impossible to overindulge in oranges.” The focus soon got back on vitamins, as doctors pushed back against these ideas, but the will to embrace any whimsy in the service of oranges was there.

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  136. A noodle is a delicate thing. Shinji Sasaki would be the first to tell you. Too porous, and it will get soggy. Too dense, and it won’t cook evenly. Behind all the noodles you toss into a boiling pot of water, there’s probably a team of food scientists like him, employed by the manufacturer to calculate the precise ingredients and chemistry required to achieve the desired effect.

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  137. Years ago now, I walked with him through acre upon acre of dying pinyon pine forests on the sere landscapes around Santa Fe, killed by prolonged drought and heat. When I saw him again recently, he told me that forest die-off is accelerating globally.

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  138. They launched a community campaign, convincing residents to convert to “dark-sky friendly” lighting – fixtures which are shielded, or angled down, rather than beaming up. Local companies and councils were encouraged to rethink their lighting strategies, for example by turning off floodlights and street lights after certain times.

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  139. While light pollution can’t be blamed for the entirety of wildlife behavioural change, Stephanie Holt, a bat expert at the UK’s Natural History Museum, believes it may be a “tipping point”. She notes that some of the most important impacts of lighting on invertebrates are still largely unknown. “[A]s the cornerstone of all of our ecosystems, we should be targeting research and conservation in that direction,” she says.

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  140. But these essential plastics are context-specific and not set in stone. In some places, the only safe drinking water comes in plastic, for example. “That means we need to develop drinking water infrastructure there so that we don’t have to rely on packaged water, but right now that [plastic] is necessary,” says Jenna Jambeck, professor of environmental engineering at the University of Georgia.

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  141. When hostilities ended, the 1919 Treaty of Versailles awarded Belgium contested German land, along with the railroad and its tracks that connected it. That included a 28km corridor that left several pockets of German land completely cut off from the rest of the country. One section was annexed by Belgium and later returned to Germany in 1958, but five others remain as enclaves – a territory completely surrounded by another territory.

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  142. Today, the border is wide open, and the only indication you are entering a different country might be an easily overlooked street sign. Along the side of the Vennban, an occasional concrete marker sticks out of the weeds, marked B on one side and D on the other, abbreviations for Belgium and Deutschland. But the most convoluted border is the stretch near Meyer’s chip shop in Raeren, Belgium.

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  143. Today, it is guesthouse owners like Hoek, as well as the ski lift company, who keep the Austrian village alive. It is extraordinarily tiny and from the top of its highest T-bar lift at 1,390m it is possible to see all of Jungholz, from the atypical Tirolean church to the multi-winged Berghotel Tirol, in one swift head turn.

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  144. In the museum, information boards were written in three languages, Aranese, Catalan and Spanish. Displayed next to one another, the similarities and differences between the three Romance languages became more apparent. The most obvious difference was in the prepositions. For example, the phrase “Artistic Legacy” was written in Spanish as “El Legado Artistico”. In Catalan, this became “El Llegat Artistic”, while in Aranese, it was “Eth Legat Artistic”.

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  145. Ultimately, about 50 of Mutzenich’s citizens were caught and imprisoned near Cologne; a blow to the small town, which lost its economic livelihood and a such a large chunk of its male population that its municipal football team couldn’t compete because it lacked players.

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  146. The Northern Lights are Abisko’s main draw during the winter months, but the microclimate also provides other spectacular weather events too, such as very rare “moonbows”, also known as lunar rainbows and lunar halos, which occur when moonlight reflects and refracts through water droplets and ice crystals in the air surrounding the blue hole.

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  147. When the first pioneers moved to CAT in the 1970s, their concerns, and those of the wider environmentalist movement, centred on limits to Earth’s resources; by the 1990s and 2000s, the hole in the ozone layer and climate change had come to predominate. Since 2007, the emphasis has been on carbon, with CAT leading the charge to take Britain to net zero by 2040.

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  148. Dry river crossings, giant termite mounds, horizons flecked with ghost gums and bloodwoods – QR codes aside, so much of this stretch was classic outback travel. Out past the remote roadhouse of Jervois, the Outback Way carried echoes of its lonely beginnings far across the continent: hours passed without my seeing another vehicle.

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  149. Besides all of the above reasons, there is economic weather to contend with. Griffiths notes that the price of oil is exceedingly high at the moment and the largest container ships require huge volumes of fuel.

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  150. “Yandex is a public company and it needs to boost its valuation. The choice is to scale to other regions or to develop new product lines in one exact region,” says Maslikhova. “Bearing in mind the Russian economic situation, it is complicated to expand internationally. So Yandex chooses the strategy of horizontal scaling to where they already operate.”

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  151. In the past few months, Yandex has launched its taxi service in Lithuania. Earlier this year, they rolled out the same service in Latvia and Estonia. It doesn’t look unusual that the Russian IT giant works in countries that used to be part of the Soviet Union. But it is more surprising to see the level of its activities in its historically prickly neighbour Turkey.

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  154. “There’s absolutely no doubt that the Slip, Slop, Slap campaign increased public awareness of sun exposure, and it has been hugely effective in influencing our behaviour,” says Phil Barker, honorary principal fellow in chemistry at the University of Wollongong. “But the message needs to be constantly reinforced to educate the new generations of parents and their children.”

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  155. It made me wonder what’s really in the first foods our children consume – from the most beneficial ingredients, to hidden, undesirable or even toxic ones. And given what we know about some of the dangers, what can be done to improve all the available options for babies, be they breast- or formula-fed, and offer them the best possible start in life?

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  156. Canale says that when we look at a baby’s nutrition, we need to include everything from prenatal vitamins to the food a breastfeeding mother consumes and the meals a weaning baby eats. Formula may be one part of that mosaic, in families where it is used.

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  157. “You can have all sorts of imaginary stories in your head about a lion, but until somebody takes you to Africa, you’ll never meet one in the wild,” he says. “But a dog or a cat is there and can teach you about what it’s actually like to be an animal, that animals are not human, they have very special lives that belong to them and not to us.”

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  158. Still, as with spanking, such tactics are common. In the US, one survey found 98% of parents of five-year-olds report having engaged in some form of psychological aggression in the last year. Unicef has found that nearly seven in 10 children aged two to 14 worldwide were “shouted, yelled or screamed at” in the last month. Four in 10 were called “dumb or lazy”.

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  159. go to the sea in one It’s better to travel in Trang . This island can be called a very diverse island. Whether it’s the sea, forest, mountains, communities, or vegetable and fruit orchards, we will experience all of this through the way of life of the community. This island is called Koh Sukorn . Let’s take a boat to follow us to travel together.

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  160. In addition to the black crab yard is a viewpoint for tourists. This is also a place to relax for the people of Krabi. You can see that in the evening there will be both adults and children walking together. or even to exercise It’s a cool place to visit. very nice burger Another place

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  161. Let’s come to the island located between Koh Mook and Koh Ngai. That is Koh Chuak , the most beautiful coral reef diving spot in the Trang Sea. is like the inheritance of the sea Anyone who likes to dive must be very satisfied. Because this is a perfect and beautiful snorkeling spot. Under the sea, there are soft corals, red, orange, purple, yellow, but with moderately strong currents. Makes it necessary to use a rope to support the body when diving, sure enough. It is the origin of the name Koh Chuek, sure enough.

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  162. While I’ve never procreated a homicidal infant, I have had two babies delivered prematurely by emergency C-section who both required a five-week-long stay in a NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) – and so slasher horror plot aside, the abject terror around labour and birth that the film depicts is something I can relate to. Even before my double traumatic labours, while pregnant with my first child, I remember feeling like the experience was akin to knowing you’re going to be in a car crash, but you don’t know when, or how bad it’s going to be.

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  163. The experience of mothers struggling to convince themselves they’re “fine” after what can be an ordeal at the best of times – and a near-death experience at the worst of times – is perceptively examined in Marianne Levy’s new book, Don’t Forget To Scream. In one anecdote, she explains: “I got chatting to a mum at the school gate and I asked her about her experience of birth. ‘Oh, it was awful,’ she said. ‘It’s why I only have one. But, you know, it’s fine.’ ‘Is it?’ I said. She thought for a moment. ‘No’.”

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  164. this is still original Thor’s film. Fortunately, Hemsworth is better than ever at making the character the most human, lifelike and appealing of gods, a regular guy except when he’s saving the world.อ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนฉวาง

  165. “We learned from abroad what is good and what’s not,” said Felipe Jannuzzi, founder of BR ME, an online store that specialises in Brazilian ingredients. Jannuzzi continued, “What was cool was what was foreign, but the younger generation is finding a new cool – we are learning how to appreciate our own culture.”

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  166. Xí mà is a morning snack made of pulverised sesame seeds blended with sweet potato starch and kudzu root starch (a local vine), extracted centella juice (a popular health plant in Vietnam) and sargasso juice (a brown type of seaweed) along with Traditional Chinese Medicine herbs and water. Eaten warm with a spoon, it’s slightly sweet with a silky texture and a gentle, nutty sweetness. While some refer to it as black sesame soup, its texture is thicker, more pudding-like.

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  167. For cookbook author Saira Hamilton, a childhood visit to see her grandmother was never as simple as jumping in a car. Born to first-generation immigrants in the UK, she began each summer with a flight from Wales to Dhaka. The remainder of her complex journey to Dampara, a village nestled in the verdant paddy field-dotted Kishoreganj district in central Bangladesh, was a watery blur – involving travel by train, bus, rickshaw and flat-bottomed boat.

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  168. As for the rest of the season, or indeed how the show ends, Gilligan and Gould are understandably keeping details sparse. There are some things we do know. We know that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will finally be making appearances as Walt and Jesse, which Gould describes as a “thrill”. We know that Jimmy will eventually turn into Saul Goodman. We know that after the incident in season six’s mid-season finale, in which a major character is inadvertently killed thanks to the actions of Kim and Jimmy, that the couple – and the show itself – have crossed a line they can never uncross.

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  169. That anxiety and isolation that women might experience while contemplating one of the biggest life decisions there is (while having an undetermined biological deadline hanging over them: a subject explored with bracing honesty by the journalist Nell Frizzell in her recent book, The Panic Years) is arguably only then exacerbated byอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนบ้านหนองโก

  170. Traveling around the lake, you will find Sipisopiso Waterfall, with its white water flowing down a 120-meter cliff, one of the tallest waterfalls in Indonesia. covered with lush green forests They also have the opportunity to experience the way of life of the indigenous people in Batak village that reflects the arts, culture and well-being of the people who live in Lake Toba since the past

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  171. who is looking for Where to travel in Vietnam as a One Day Trip from Hanoi , we recommend Tam Coc Tam Coc , also known as Halong Bok . Guilin of Vietnam Of course, when it arrived here However, you have to take a boat ride on the river to see the beauty of nature up close. if you don’t want to miss Natural attractions in Vietnam , so beautiful, make a list~

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  172. Like the bubbling sludge of a fermenting sourdough starter, the history of making sourdough bread is murky. According to historians and archaeologists, widespread breadmaking really took off around 5,000-6,000 years ago in Ancient Egypt. You can find hieroglyphics of farmers collecting wheat and baking loaves all over tombs and temples. But were the Egyptians using a starter?

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  173. “I have a couple here. One is coming from the Klondike Gold Rush. So, it goes back to 1896. One from Switzerland goes back six generations, and the bakery was founded in 1868. I have another one from Japan, which is from 1875. But they do not come with a birth certificate. So, it’s impossible [to be sure]. said De Smedt.

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  174. Tom Adams is a detective. But he doesn’t track criminals – his targets are “lost” apple varieties hiding unsuspected in orchards around the UK, and his work taps into a renewed British passion for its rich larder of heritage apples.

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  175. The National Trust is also returning apple trees to its historical properties around the UK. “We are planting new orchards at Stourhead in Wiltshire, Arlington Court in Devon, Kingston Lacy in Dorset, Brockhampton in Herefordshire, Attingham Park in Shropshire,” said the Trust’s Jeannette Heard.

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  176. Oram is keen to point out that the lack of so many kinds of apple tree in the National Fruit Collection isn’t necessarily a flaw. “The NFC’s raison d’être is to hold a fruit gene pool that could be used for breeding new commercially viable cultivars, so the days of unquestioning collection of any and all varieties are long gone,” he said. “Many cultivars have modest culinary value. But they are culturally meaningful to a single locale or group of people.”

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  177. This is the summer of Korea . Koreans in the country also like to go to the beach. and tourists like us should not be missed as well One of them is Busan, but today we will take you to a corner that is not the sea, which is a place to take photos. It’s famous for Busan with The Bay 101 , so follow us to take some beautiful photos!

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  178. In the workplace, narcissists can be poisonous: they manipulate colleagues to get their way, make reckless choices that don’t consider others’ viewpoints and can be solely focused on elevating themselves over their teammates. Their disregard for others is one of the reasons they can climb the corporate ladder so quickly.

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  179. “They’re always hiding and armouring themselves – you can have empathy for it and pity for it, because it’s its own form of tragedy in a human being. But at the same time, doing that is not safe,” says Hall. “They are antagonistic, and fundamentally dangerous.”

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  180. MacRae’s second suggestion is to use a diverse hiring panel and to note how the candidate responds to people of different status within the organisation. “Narcissists are very good at ‘managing up’, but then tend to treat people they perceive as lower status very differently. But if you don’t have any diversity of evaluators in the hiring process, you’re unlikely to pick this up.”

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  181. It’s not just CEOs who benefit from ambiversion either, she says. In fact, the earlier in your career you build these skills, the better, since “the benefits will improve over time”. For people who identify as extroverts, this may mean being consciously quieter in meetings; for introverts, it may mean contributing more in meetings.

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  182. foolishly dooming his race. Meanwhile the cold, uncanny visage of the Shishigami, who during the day resembles a great deer, suggests a side of nature that refuses to be anthropomorphised into something comforting, that is instead unsettling and strange – indifferent to whether you live or die.อ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนบ้านหนองโก

  183. wo hours, could not be cut in any way, shape or form. It was a clause that would prove contentious. In his memoir Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man, about his time working at Studio Ghibli helping to sell the films to the West, film executive Steve Alpert recalls a moment when Suzuki presented Weinstein with aอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนวัดปากช่อง

  184. Well over a century later, and this tension is still unresolved. Many of the academic researchers and clinical practitioners I spoke to maintain that lay hypnotism is risky, and its reputation has hindered the more widespread uptake of hypnosis in medicine. But with a growing body of literature on its clinical efficacy and new insights into its mechanism in the brain, researchers and clinicians are working hard to rehabilitate hypnosis.

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  185. Then a couple more tests – Terhune suggests I fall asleep and have a dream about hypnosis. I feel drowsy, and I’m aware of fleeting images. For a moment a white Scottish Terrier appears playing in a green field – but it’s not a fully-fledged dream, more like the moments just before sleep when your mind starts to wander. And what Scottie dogs have to do with hypnosis, I have no idea.

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  186. The famous Stroop test offers some helpful evidence. This test measures how difficult people find it to identify the colour a word is written in when that word is the name of another colour. For instance, picture the word “red” written in blue ink. It takes people longer to say that the ink is blue than when the ink is the corresponding red colour (You can take the test for yourself here.)

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  187. This shift isn’t without its wrinkles, however; some workers have reported their colleagues have forgotten how to behave now that they’re back and figuring out what, exactly, an in-office day means in a hybrid world. (Don’t worry, though, say experts – things will settle down once hybrid feels a little more normal.)

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  188. Employers and employees alike anticipated a hard date to come back: some kind of reversion to a pre-pandemic normal – the majority of workforces together in offices, at least a few days a week. In turn, the expectation was that many prior characteristics of work, such as the fixed nine-to-five schedule, would be restored.

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  189. For now, the best thing for employees to do is to speak up, and explain to managers what’s getting in the way of your productivity, or what about an environment or routine isn’t working. “Managers need to have that information because no one’s ever done this really complicated curation before,” says Parry, “so it’s going to be a lot of learning.”

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  190. Teraoka​ Gyoza is another gyoza restaurant. That said, it’s the best! Because he is known as the best Japanese gyoza restaurant. That won the championship up to 7 times together. With the most wow menu, the protagonist of the restaurant is Mentai​ Cheese ​Gyoza​ which is a winning menu. In addition, the shop also has a variety of Japanese dishes waiting for you to try as well. I assure you that Japanese food lovers will not be disappointed!

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  191. Who likes true vintage? Must be this shop. Coffee Shop, Jake Pia Hua Hin . (Jia Seng Shop) Coffee shop, the original breakfast restaurant of Hua Hin. The shop is an old wooden house. at the corner of the street There is a wide variety of breakfast here. The traditional coffee, boiled pork, chicken rice, red pork rice, and pork satay are a lot of food. And there are many customers as well. But it’s very satisfying. I can say that when talking about breakfast restaurants in Hua Hin. This shop will be the first shop that many people miss.

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  192. The authors pointed out that areas that would rarely have burned in the past, such as permafrost (where the earth is frozen all year round), or rainforest, are now more likely to catch fire.

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  193. In the fight against climate change it’s often argued that too much of the available funding is spent on mitigation – reducing the amount of carbon and other warming gases released into the atmosphere – and too little on helping countries adapt to cope with the consequences of climate change.

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  194. significance of his casting: “Richard is one of the most famous disabled characters in the English-speaking world,” he tells BBC Culture. “To be playing him on one of the largest Shakespeare stages in the world and to be a disabled man doing it – it’s an honour. It’s also a good sign of where we’re moving towards.”อ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนน้ำตกห้วยสวนพลู

  195. people have a reason for why they make their decisions, and Wars of the Roses is full of these reasons. The language that people use to talk to and describe him in both plays is horrible. He’s a man in a society that isn’t built for him. People don’t see himอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนบ้านนา

  196. the Richard III plot to an American high school. Spiller, whose theatre company focuses on marginalised artists, hopes this is a sign of overdue change: “It’s a part that has been played by non-disabled artists for far too long. It’s thrilling that Arthur will continue what I hope will be a continuous line of disabled actors playing Richard.”
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  197. fear, their prejudice, their classism,” says Vaill. People talk about him as a threat: they cast him in that role. On stage Vaill draws out the character’s vulnerability but also his unnerving sense of entitlement to Laurey’s affections, all of which poursอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนพึ่งตนเอง

  198. There are the classic staples, like chicken paprikash and matzo ball soup made with coarsely ground matzo from Israel. Then there are the dishes usually only found in history books, like roast leg of goose, and no shortage of offal recipes – such as sour lung stew with bread dumplings or cooked bone marrow on toast with pickled and fresh garlic – that prove the old adage of Jewish ancestors using every last bit of the animal.

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  199. profitable for the restaurants than fancy, fashionable dishes,” said Koerner. “Some other ‘rustic’ dishes, like calf lungs or tripe pörkölt (a Hungarian stew with boneless meat, sweet paprika and vegetables), are also hard to find elsewhere. Tibor and I are very much interested in keeping carefully prepared versions of such simple dishes available.” อ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนบ้านเก่าต้นมะค่า

  200. This captivates bread-makers, scientists and researchers who want to understand how this elixir of life came about and what makes it so special – especially when the starter’s owner claims a long and storied history. Because of this fascination, old starters have an almost mystical quality to them, and finding them and baking with them have gripped home cooks and professionals around the world.

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  201. Through the 17th and 18th Centuries, Pedro and Inês made their way steadily across Europe. Unsurprisingly, their doomed love has formed a popular basis for operas, in Italian, English and German. And in 1843, Inês was the subject of a painting by the Russian artist Karl Bryullov, showing her pleading for her life on her knees, dressed in white in a world of dark rich reds and browns, clung to by two tiny children: the ultimate picture of innocence.

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  202. points of departure for Surrealism within the United States – much more complex than just the Europeans arriving in 1940.” Dorothea Tanning, however, did benefit from the appearance of European Surrealists in the US. She saw a Surrealist exhibition in New York in 1936, and visited Paris three years later. She married Maxอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนบ้านคลองสุข

  203. Mozambique’s struggle for independence, he bore witness to the tragic civil war that followed separation from Portugal. In the 1960s, Malangatana was invited to exhibit alongside other Surrealists at the Luanda Museum in Angola. “He is an interesting figure in relation to Surrealism because other people saw his work and said: ‘thisอ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม> โรงเรียนน้ำตกห้วยสวนพลู

  204. The insects continue frying until the fat dissolved, and the bugs start to sound crunchy as they hit the pan as I stir. After another 30 minutes, the grasshoppers develop a crunchy texture like crisps and are ready to eat.

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  205. While living in the UK between 2019 and 2021, I struggled to buy edible grasshoppers. In December 2021, I was craving grasshoppers after seeing images of this tasty snack all over my social media feeds, shared by Ugandan friends celebrating the start of the grasshopper season. My search for the Ugandan delicacy took me to east and west London and Leeds, but I couldn’t find any.

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