Month: November 2020

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Book Launch Alert!

Consensus Voting for Civic Society and Parliament Peter Emerson of the de Borda Institute (Belfast) launches his new book on Democratic Election This Monday November 30th between 1900-2000hrs Dublin Time. As usual these days it is online… .but more and the Eventbrite reservation link can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/book-launch-democratic-decision-making-consensus-voting-for-civic-society-tickets-128665605289 Or if you just want to […]

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259. Lesotho’s film director Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s second feature film “This Is Not A Burial, It's A Resurrection”(2019), based on his original script: One of the most remarkable films from the African Continent

“Let the dead bury their dead. Put your presence, so he doesn’t say he was sick. A lifeless journey of time surrounds you, like an old cloth turned into a dry beetle. Church bells ring when people can’t. Let the little ones have fun. The dead buried their dead. You will do that in the […]

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Top Online Shopping Tips For The Holiday Season

It is the best time of the year, Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday 2020 do is starting to appear online. So as you prepare for the 2020 vacation, it’s time to start planning and thinking about what you want to buy for your loved ones (and you too!). So how do you shop online during […]

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Manscaped Perfect Package 3.0 Review in 2020

Admit it, no matter what hair style you have, manscaping under a belt is probably something you have considered or tried. But no one talks about this, and the risk of sores, bumps and itchy skin is something we want to avoid. Whether you want to trim or remove hair under a belt, it is […]

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On Exactitude in Technical Debt

If programs and things like dreams are made, how do we talk about nightmares? Software is not a tangible, tangible object in which our energy is transformed, so we draw illustrations to speak and reason. In the 1970s he gave up spaghetti kodi describing the integration of unconventional management. This has inspired a wide range […]

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Multi-Paradigm Languages

The programming world was divided into functional languages, visual languages, and everything else (especially system languages). One “was” a programmer (at least as a hobby) writing for Lisp, Haskell, or Erlang; or someone “was” an OO programmer (at least technically), writing codes in Java or C ++. (No one has ever called himself a “programmer”; […]

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258. US director Henry Butash’s debut feature film “The Atlantic City Story”(2020), based on an original script by the director: Charming and different, crystallizing the potential and power of independent, low-budget cinema

There are the videos that start to confuse the viewer when you watch the original carefully. This is often the case when you watch the first movie rebuilt on the original script written by its director. The temporary silent stability of Henry Butash’s first film Atlantic City Story will attract the attention of any mature, […]

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Philips Norelco Bodygroom 7100 Review in 2020

Caring for the body became easier. This Philips Norelco Body repair clipper gives you the opportunity to remove unwanted hair and have the hair-free profile you want. The conditioner allows men to cut, shave, and cut hair with ease. Forms Pivoting Head decorating both sides The scythe has a curved head that can rotate on […]

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Interview with Dr.Marisa McGlinchey, winner of the 2020 Brian Farrell PSAI “Best Book” Prize for 2020.

Dr. Marisa McGlinchey, and secretary of Unfinished Business: ‘Politics’ of ‘opponents’ Irish Republicanism. Manchester: MUP. (2019) ISBN 978 0 7190 9698 3. She lives in the Center for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University. His interest in research lies in Irish politics that focuses heavily on “disunity” with Republicans and the Irish nation, […]

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