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Anyone who uses social media knows that gone are the days when people would write funny one-liners or deep quotes on their Instagram biographies. In today's world, people like to let others know which gender they identity with: He or Him?
4 days ago - WION on MSN.com - Entertainment
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Anyone who uses social media knows that gone are the days when people would write funny one-liners or deep quotes on their Instagram biographies. In today's world, people like to let others know which gender they identity with: He or Him?
4 days ago - WION
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It's everyone's dream to up sticks and head to sunnier climates, but how many of us actually follow through? Debora Robertson did just that
2 days ago - The Daily Telegraph on MSN.com - World
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Next week, members of the Québec National Assembly’s Culture and Education Committee will resume their arduous clause-by-clause study of Bill 96, a legislative piece that seeks to modernize Bill 101,
1 day ago - MSN
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Exactly how "scientific" is the COVID-19 information that we've been spoon-fed as justification for restrictions of basic freedoms and seemingly never-ending mandates for jabs? Can we take the officia
4 days ago - Townhall
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AI technology now exists which means villains and hoaxers can create undetectable fake footage of anyone on Earth doing and saying
2 hours ago - heraldscotland.com
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Becoming attuned to your more obscure emotions is good for you. So get over your stenahoria and embrace your amae.
6 days ago - The Atlantic
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Francis Picabia (1879 – 1953), was a distinguished French art personality of the late nineteenth and middle twentieth centuries, showcased his multiple talents as a painter, illustrator, designer, writer,
2 days ago - 123HelpMe
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Many different indigenous tribes passed through Lenawee County during its early years. When the first Native Americans arrived here is unknown.
4 days ago - Lenconnect
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When John Fitzgerald Kennedy visited Montreal on December 4, 1953, he was still a profile in progress – a wealthy patrician, a war hero, and a best-selling author establishing his gravitas as the politician to watch in Washington.
21 hours ago - National Newswatch
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