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'Livestock' Remains From Iran Show Goats Were First Tamed At Least 10,000 Years Ago

Radio Free Europe 12 Jun 2021
Frequently the stuff of fairy tales, the relationship between humankind and goats just got a new chapter. A new East-West study based on archaeological and genetic research says ancient inhabitants of a ...
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How To Light Up Your Home?

The Times of India 10 Jun 2021
At times we come across the question of why is lighting important in a house ... Congratulations! ... Ambient lighting ... It includes the use of study lamps and table lamps ... What to do? ... Lampshades ... Side lamps, study lamps ... You can give final touches by adding a side lamp, study lamp, and various other lighting equipment including fairy light or LED light strips.
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Origin of fairy circles: Euphorbia hypothesis disproved

Phys Dot Org 09 Jun 2021
Given that the euphorbia hypothesis proposes that only dead and decaying shrubs would induce a barren patch, the researchers also measured the sizes of the dying euphorbias and compared them to the sizes of fairy circles in the same study plots ... In a third part of the study, the ...
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The Real Mary Poppins Reminds Us to Wonder

National Review 06 Jun 2021
Her early interest in fairy tales expanded into a lifelong study of the mythologies and legends of different cultures, and it is perhaps this interest that most informed her Mary Poppins books ... Characters long beloved from fairy tales and Greek and Roman myths are continuously appearing.
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ECU dental school provides free care for Hispanic farmworkers

Reflector 29 May 2021
Led by ECU anthropologist Ryan Schacht and researchers from the University of Utah, the study, “Was Cinderella just a fairy tale? Survival differences between stepchildren and their half-siblings,” is available in the May edition of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B . The study challenges the “Cinderella effect” theory.
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A Jan 6 Congressional Commission Would Have Been Bogus

Consortium News 29 May 2021
With an eye on the 9/11 Commission, James Bovard says a facade of truth can be more dangerous than no disclosure at all. Pro-Trump protesters around the Capitol on the evening of Jan. 6 ... [On Friday Republicans blocked a bill that would have set up a commission to study the Jan. 6 attack.].Truth will out” is the most popular fairy tale in Washington ... 6.
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Aide-mémoire: how shoes helped author step back in time

Islington Tribune 20 May 2021
A few modest objects – including a pair of brogues – form the basis of Marina Warner’s family story. Marina Warner. Photo. Dan Welldon. A SIMPLE pair of shoes ... An Unreliable Memoir, by Marina Warner, a daughter of Ilia and Esmond and the celebrated writer of fiction, criticism, history as well as studies of art, myths, symbols and fairy tales ... .
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Review: In a year of loss, two novels help Susan Straight rethink family and home

The Los Angeles Times 19 May 2021
On the Shelf. Two books on home. Secrets of Happiness. By Joan Silber. Counterpoint. 288 pages, $27. Unsettled Ground ... “Unsettled Ground” is a brilliant and sly study of family in a rural English cottage, the kind of fairy-tale landscape people dream about (cottagecore!) ... Books ... “Secrets of Happiness,” a very different study of home, is classic Joan Silber.
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When your abuser is a powerful politician

Indian Express 18 May 2021
Her book takes readers from the “fairy tale” phase of their relationship all the way through to a point when she was second-guessing herself ... When we started speaking, it was quite a nerdy flirtation — we discussed how we had both studied at Harvard and had both studied Chinese.
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New research shines light on stepparent fairy-tale stereotype

Phys Dot Org 06 May 2021
Led by East Carolina University anthropologist Ryan Schacht and researchers from the University of Utah, the study, "Was Cinderella just a fairy tale? Survival differences between stepchildren and their half-siblings," is available in the May edition of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
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IWFF film looks at how water and life are intimately interconnected

Missoulian 22 Apr 2021
From Jill Farrant’s study of resurrection plants, which can transform from seemingly dead to vibrantly green with a bit of water; to the “fairy dust” that researcher Antonio Nobre said is released from the millions of Amazonian trees to create their own rain; to the dragonflies ...
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The second wave questions that need urgent answers

Indian Express 19 Apr 2021
The Delhi-based Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology is reportedly analysing less than 30 per cent of the samples it is equipped to study ... Elections are less free and fairIs there a vaccination strategy?Reviving Ambedkar through his writingsClick here for more ... “Scientists are studying it,” he said.
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A new study says Australia's "fairy circles" may be caused by microbes that render dirt ...

The Morning News 13 Apr 2021
A new study says Australia's "fairy circles" may be caused by microbes that render dirt within the ring hostile to new seedlings. ↩︎ The New York Times. View Post... .
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The Fossil Fuel Industry Would Be Screwed Without the U.S. Government Propping It Up

Gizmodo 22 Mar 2021
A new study shows that’s a total fairy tale because the invisible ...
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GBA Shenzhen Flower Show opens

Shenzhen Daily 21 Mar 2021
AN opening ceremony was held Saturday morning at the Fairy Lake Botanical Garden in Luohu District to officially kick off this year’s Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) Shenzhen Flower Show, which will run until March 29 ... venue, Shenzhen Fairy Lake Botanical Garden.
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