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    Key to successful relationship ‘is admitting when your partner is wrong’


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    THE secret to a successful relationship is knowing when your partner is wrong and making sure they and everyone else know it, experts have confirmed. Researchers found that taking responsibility for calling out your partner’s mistakes, be they completely minor or slightly less minor but still irritating, makes for a lasting union. Professor Henry Brubaker, […]

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    Boost Your Speed of Thought With This Technique


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    Are you looking for a way to increase your speed of thought? If so, you should start using metaphors and analogies. They are powerful tools that drive and steer the way we think and act.1 The use of metaphors and analogies assist us in connecting the dots. Jane Hirshfield describes them as a way to […]

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    Eating Fast to Save Time Is Shortening Your Life


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    Brits only spend 41 minutes of their day, total, to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. To break that down, that means an average eating time of 8 minutes for breakfast, 13 minutes 45 seconds for lunch, and 19 minutes 27 seconds for breakfast.1Brits only spend 41 minutes of their day, total, to eat breakfast, lunch […]

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    How to Make Your Words Powerful Without Sounding Aggressive


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    The way we use language can help convey context, feelings and emotions. Whether we’re writing or speaking, the words we use have certain ways to put across the ideas and opinions we want to communicate and there are two very distinct types: hard and soft words.The way we use language can help convey context, feelings […]

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    Doubling Tigers in Bhutan's Royal Manas National Park


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    In less than a decade, Bhutan’s Royal Manas National Park has achieved a big win for tiger conservation. From only 10 tigers in 2010, its population has now grown to 22. Singye Wangmo, the Royal Manas National Park’s manager, credits the increase to the great teamwork, including strong transboundary collaboration with Indian counterparts in India’s […]

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    Tough new Guardian masthead ‘wondering why it’s next to all this hippy bullshit’


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    THE Guardian’s new, no-nonsense masthead is puzzled as to why it is ‘sitting on top of a lot of namby-pamby bollocks’. Masthead, Tom Logan, said: “I’m muscular, I’m bold and I get things done. I do not suffer fools, especially hippies. “I should really be sitting on top of an article about an SAS-style fitness […]

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    Kenya:Seven Elephants Killed in Kajiado As Human-Wildlife Conflict Rages


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    Photo: Phoebe Okall/Nation A herd of elephants grazing. Seven elephants have been killed in Kajiado as the human-wildlife conflict in the county worsens. By Fadhili Fredrick Seven elephants have been killed in Kajiado as the human-wildlife conflict in the county worsens. The jumbos were killed in Porka Village, Kenyewa ward in Kajiado East Constituency on […]

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    Self-employed builder makes bid for Carillion contracts


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    A SELF-EMPLOYED builder who owns his own lorry has bid for Carillion’s prison, hospital, school and Ministry of Defence contracts. Roy Hobbs, of Hobbs Construction in Macclesfield, whose slogan ‘We never leave a job unfinished’ is familiar to anyone who has seen it on his lorry, has told the government he is ready to pick […]

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    Tanzania:7 Elephants Killed As Human-Wildlife Conflict Rages

    Seven elephants have been killed in Kajiado as the human-wildlife conflict in the county worsens. The jumbos were killed in Porka Village, Kenyewa ward in Kajiado East Constituency on Friday evening. On Saturday, Kajiado Governor Joseph ole Lenku accused the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) of fuelling the conflict by continuously harassing herdsmen. Addressing journalists at […]

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    Are you still a bit pissed from last night?


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    IF YOU spent last night drinking heavily then there’s a good chance that you are still pissed. Take our simple test to find out. How did you make a cup of coffee this morning/afternoon? A. You put on the kettle, put the coffee in the cup, then added the hot water mixed with milk and […]

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    Here's how much the Meltdown and Spectre fix hurt my Surface Book performance


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    As a performance junkie, I’m less concerned about the security risks of the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities—after all, there are no known exploits in use today—than I am about a performance hit from the fixes. And from what I’m seeing, my concerns are warranted. My sole experience with a fully updated platform so far is […]

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    Rwanda:More Land for Growing Gorilla Population in Rwanda

    By Susan Muumbi The Rwanda Development Board on Wednesday received 27.8 hectares from the African Wildlife Fund (AWF) to be added to the 16,000-hectare Volcanoes National Park. Home of the critically endangered mountain gorilla, the park had decreased by 54 per cent since its establishment in 1925. The land directly adjacent to the Volcanoes National […]

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    The days are getting longer, confirm cheerful twats


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    PEOPLE who insist the days are getting longer are leaving a trail of psychological destruction across Britain. As the country lurches wounded through soul-sucking darkness, a small army of sunny-side-up halfwits are managing to make things worse by claiming spring is almost here. Web designer Nathan Muir said: “If we’re being strictly scientific than maybe […]

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    Avira Antivirus Pro review: Great performance, but the free version is probably sufficient


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    Avira is a great choice for people who want a no-nonsense antivirus security suite with very few extras. The company certainly has a whole roster of services and features including a software updater, password manager, VPN, and system analyzer. However, Avira focuses on its antivirus offerings first. Antivirus Pro—the subject of this review—is its main […]

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    MSI's GE73VR gaming laptop brings RGB lights to new places


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    MSI’s GE73VR gaming laptop brings RGB lights to new places | PCWorld Also: MSI wants to have the first gaming laptop with an HDR display. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. We go hands-on with MSI’s GE73 Raider RGB Edition and GT75VR Titan at CES 2018. […]