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How much does it cost to refuel a $ 600 million yacht

There are a lot of things you could do with $ 150,000. You can donate it to UNICEF. You could buy a 2020 BMW i8. You could put down a down payment on a house in Sydney. You could even buy three (three!) New Subaru Foresters. While this might seem like a large sum of money to some people, to ...

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At the Flagler County Public Library: Florida History Through The Amazing Artwork of Harper’s Weekly

“Emigrants’ Noon Halt”, from 1872, by illustrator Solomon Eytinge (1833-1905), part of the Harper Weekly Collection of New York Public L: ibrary. (NYPL) Friends of the Flagler County Public Library Library host a historical presentation by Zach Zacharias, Senior Curator of Education and History at the Daytona Beach Arts and Science Museum at 2 p.m. on January 28 at the ...

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the story of The Wild Rover, the legacy of Patrick Kavanagh

RTÉ 1, 12h When Galway band The Saw Doctors released their debut album, If This Is Rock And Roll, I Want My Old Job Back, it was going to change their lives forever. 30 years later, Ann Marie Kelly revisits the album with its creators and producer Mike Scott. The breakdown 2FM, 6 p.m. Parts 1 and 2 of a ...

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UK publisher and bookseller withdraws children’s book that wipes Israel out of Middle East

The map on page 8 of “Amazing Women of the Middle East” which replaces Israel with Palestine. Photo: Supplied / British Lawyers for Israel. A British bookseller and publisher both removed from their websites a children’s book that was accused of being “misleading and biased” for failing to include Israel on a map of the Middle East. Wafa Tarnowska’s “Amazing ...

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Governor Wolf Responds to House State Government Committee Congress Redistribution Map | State

HARRISBURG, Pa .– Governor Tom Wolf sent a letter to House leaders and chairmen of the House State Government committee, expressing concerns about the proposed new map for the congressional districts of Pennsylvania adopted by the committee on December 15, 2021. “I have said from the start of this process of redesigning congressional constituencies that politicians should not use to ...

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Zionsville resident seeks seat in Indiana House • Current Publishing

Zionsville resident Becky Cash has declared her candidacy for the District 25 seat of the Indiana House of Representatives. Cash Cash, a Republican, said she decided to run in the newly created district to defend the rights and freedoms of voters. She said residents should be able to make their own medical decisions without fear of losing their jobs and ...

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Judge upholds ruling against NYT over Project Veritas memos

NEW YORK (AP) – A New York judge upheld an order preventing The New York Times from publishing documents between conservative group Project Veritas and its lawyer and ruled that the newspaper must immediately waive confidential legal notes it had obtained. Westchester County State Supreme Court Justice Charles D. Wood on Thursday, released Friday, comes in a defamation lawsuit that ...

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Handwritten manuscripts, letters from literary giants discovered in Japan

TOKYO >> A cache of manuscripts and correspondence from giants of Japanese literature such as Ogai Mori (1862-1922) and Soseki Natsume (1867-1916) was discovered at the Shinchosha Publishing House in Tokyo. The collection was found glued to the pages of an album discovered during a major clean-up of the president’s office last year. In total, the collection includes 21 articles ...

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Mushoku Tensei Season 2: Renewed or Canceled? Details inside

Many anime connoisseurs call the work of director Manabu Okamoto “the ancestor of the isekai genre”. The author’s stories first appeared in 2012. After some time, the Media Factory publishing house drew attention to the work and in the winter of 2021, the premiere of the first season of the ‘broadcast took place. Today, viewers follow the development of the ...

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Oriol Bohigas, revolutionary Spanish architect, dies at 95

MADRID – Oriol Bohigas, a Spanish architect and urban planner who helped make Barcelona, ​​his hometown, one of the main tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, died on November 30 at his home. He was 95 years old. His death was confirmed by his son Josep Bohigas, who added that his father had suffered from Parkinson’s disease for several years. Working ...

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