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Mayweather vs. McGregor: Worth every penny

( CNN) That thought in a boxing resounding Saturday night in Las Vegas turned out to be totally real. Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor was a genuine, honest-to-goodness fight. Ok, so it wasn’t a knockdown, drag-out crusade. No one get knocked down. No one got dragged out. But no one necessitated a rebate. It lasted into the 10 th round.( …

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The Right Way To Talk About Body Image

Girls have it so much easier, said the former Abercrombie& Fitch model who, with a glass of homemade kale and strawberry juice in one handwriting, lamented over the socially imposed pressure to frequent the gym as often as he did to maintain his masculine muscular explanation of a six carry and sculpted physique. Truth be told, body portraits are not …

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Forget mindfulness, stop trying to find yourself and start forging it

Why is the history of Chinese logic now the more popular course at Harvard? Top tips-off on how studying to be a better party according to Confucius and co People are often surprised to learn that Confucius, Mencius, Laozi and other classical Chinese philosophers werent rigid conservatives who taught that our highest good comes from detaining ourselves to social capacities. …

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The wives boxers of Gleason’s Gym- a photograph paper

Tim Knox visited New Yorks famous Gleasons Gym to photograph some of the six female nature champions who train there and find out about what motivates them and some of their fellow female regulars at the establishment In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30 s at the time, is entered into collaborations with Ira Becker, the second owner of Gleason’s …

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China’s ‘feud’ over economic reform uncovers depth of Xi Jinping’s secret commonwealth

Speculation is rife that Xi wants to curb debt-fuelled raise before it destroys the economy and oust premier Li Keqiang. But experts recommend a more complex picture of rulers clambering to cook the same problem It was just a headline to set the pulsate racing. Analysing economic directions according to the situation in the first quarter: authoritative insider talks about …

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Previously invisible photos demonstrate young Muhammad Ali at home

( CNN) In 1960, Curt Gunther was an fixed sports photographer. A young boxer appointed Cassius Clay was heading to the Olympics, unknown by most outside his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, and some avid admirers of the sport. It was likely about then, says Curt Gunther’s son, Steve, that two paths crossed, with the young boxer to work out on …

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Scary, nasty and armed: the Roy Moore I knew | Stephen Bates

When I caught up with the defeated Republican politician in Alabama in 2006, he filled me in on the law, the lord and an surprising British connection, writes Stephen Bates, a former Guardian religious occasions correspondent Judge Roy Moore was one of the scariest- and most unpleasant- boys I have ever converged. That he has not yet, at the time …

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