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Rise of the browses in a container

Image caption Stack Newcastle is a temporary nutrient and retail village More than a dozen nutrient, retail or power complexes made from carrying receptacles have opened across Britain within the past three years. The anatomies, from research by Radio 4’s You and Yours programme, demonstrate the growing popularity of so-called container parishes. Organisers say they provision a stepping stone for …

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This week in #HoverboardCrime

Every great civilization arrives at its tipping extent. Perhaps it is starting to rot under the heavines of an insupportable statu system, or it knows itself forcing them to reckon with imperialist aggressors. In certain cases, an scholastic change may rewrite the relevant rules that undergird society. In our example, it’s fucking hoverboards. Can there be any doubt that these …

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Paige VanZant:’ Engaging facilitated me realise I am a strong, talented girl’

The UFC fighter explains how mixed martial arts has contributed to her dealing with the pain of being sexually assaulted as a teen and how she is using her fame status to assistance other victims of browbeat and abuse ‘I‘m emphatically not a quitter ,” Paige VanZant says as the Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter explains why, in January, she refused …

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Joshua-Klitschko thriller the greatest fight Wembley has attended | Sean Ingle

The crowd had the privilege of sharing in an electrical feeling unmatched in athletic as they lived every second of a harsh, seesawing, mesmerizing fight Somehow, at the end of this merciles, seesawing, whirligig of a fight, Anthony Joshua still had the vitality to stand on the ring apron, revel in the glorious praise of 90,000 people and pound his …

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Watches certify William Chapman was shot after accusing at patrolman

Men “whos” building a convenience store nearby when William Chapman was fatally shot by Stephen Rankin contradicted account were presented by a previous witness Construction workers testified on Monday that an unarmed pitch-black 18 -year-old in southern Virginia was shot dead after accusing at a police officer with his arms conjured. The husbands, “whos” constructing a convenience store nearby when …

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Keith Thurman’s split-decision win over Danny Garcia unifies welterweight titles

Keith Thurman combines the WBA and WBA welterweight designations with split-decision win over Danny Garcia in Brooklyn Keith Thurman deftly avoided one trap after another to outpoint Danny Garcia and shoot to the top of the welterweight pecking order. Thurman, the undefeated puncher from Floridas Gulf Coast nicknamed One-Time, throbbed Garcia in the opening round, improved an early lead on …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football bullies

The long read: For the past twenty years the Russian nation has encouraged groups of violent far-right fans. As the World Cup approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly hindered a framed photo of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first street …

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In The Heart Of The Sea: The Horrific True Story behind Moby-Dick

A man winds his mode through the sludge and mire of a 19 th-century American port Nantucket, regional centres for the nations of the world whaling industry. He knocks on a entrance, recruits, and evades an spent examining boy to tell him his storey in exchange for his life savings. Hes listened reports, he says, rumours about the 1820 sinking …

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Crowds pack out Australian cathedral at regional centres for alleged gunman patch

Worshippers replenished the midnight assistance, the Melbourne churchs dean says, thrusting latecomers into the forecourt Crowds have parcelled out Melbournes St Pauls Cathedral despite it being the objective of an alleged Christmas Day bombarding plot. The dean of St Pauls, Dr Andreas Loewe, who led the midnight work, said 1,500 churchgoers had crowded the cathedral, forcing latecomers into the forecourt. …

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