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Today in History: June 25, Korean War begins

San Francisco Chronicle 18 Jun 2024
Eisenhower was designated Commanding General of the European Theater of Operations during World War II ... Supreme Court ruled that recitation of a state-sponsored prayer in New York State public schools was unconstitutional.
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Eid al-Adha begins

CyprusMail 16 Jun 2024
He also encouraged people to attend recitals of the Takbir at-Tashreeq, which takes place in mosques across the world from the day before the beginning of Eid, in this case Saturday, until the fourth day of the festival, Wednesday.
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French conductor/pianist to host concert tour in VN

Vietnam News 14 Jun 2024
He will also present masterpieces by the world’s great composers from the Baroque era to the present day such as Franz Schubert, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Mozart ... with people from all over the world.
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Your top stories on Thursday: Ireland women claim silver medal; Catholic church cancels ‘incompatible’ concert by Dublin gay men’s choir

The Irish Times 13 Jun 2024
... it believes the recital was to be “a Pride Festival event”, which it said “is not compatible with our mission”.Irish company behind world’s first solar-powered duck food dispenser for public parks.
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More than 1.5 million worshippers arrive in Mecca for Hajj pilgrimage with more expected to join...

The Daily Mail 12 Jun 2024
One of the world's largest religious gatherings, the Hajj is one of the Five Pillars of Islam ... Muslims from all over the world worship, reciting the Holy Quran, and circumambulate around the Kaaba on Friday June 7.
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Why the West should stop talking about the “rules-based order”

New Statesman 12 Jun 2024
To the rest of the world, this inconsistent posturing is the latest example in a long tradition of Western hypocrisy ... Today, it is still the preferred term for the US-led world order that emerged in the post-1990 period.
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Life with a highly superior autobiographical memory: Meet the woman who cannot forget

RNZ 09 Jun 2024
Australian woman Rebecca Sharrock is one of only 60 people in the world with a highly superior autobiographical memory (HSAM), also known as hyperthymesia. Sharrock can recite the entirety of the Harry ...
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Poetry from Daily Life: With rhythm and rhyme, poetry is a great introduction to reading

Springfield News-Leader 09 Jun 2024
Rasinski was identified as being in the top 2% of scientists in the world. ~ David L ... “The longer I live, the more I see there’s something about reciting rhythmical words aloud — it’s almost biological — the comforts and enlivens human beings.” ... “Mr.
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Caning and creepy teachers: My memories of being a girl in a 1970s prep school ...

The Daily Mail 08 Jun 2024
I would play cricket, climb trees and admire male Second World War heroes like Douglas Bader and the escape from Colditz gang. We would recite poems, by men, about the Empire or Britishness.
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Humility vs conceit

Dawn 07 Jun 2024
There is also admiration in the Quran for those whose hearts are soft, and when verses are recited to them, their hearts ‘melt’, leading to prostration with humility ... Quran are recited to them.
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Discover the Ultimate Entertainment: Yango Play superapp

Khaleejtimes 07 Jun 2024
Catering to both native Arabic speakers and those keen to learn more about the Arab world, Yasmina can recite verses from the Holy Quran and provide you with the current Hijri calendar date, connecting you deeper with the culture.
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I used earbuds that made me feel like I’m living in the future

Digital Trends 05 Jun 2024
It’s plain wonderful that the entire world’s knowledge (assuming human civilization ended in January 2022) is ready to be recited in your ears via a pair of Nothing earbuds.
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Faith Gong: Looking backward, moving onward

Addison County Independent 04 Jun 2024
... recitals, we explored the scope of history around the world from ancient to modern times, we’d read hundreds of excellent books, and we’d traveled around Vermont and across the country together.
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12 ordinary Americans decided Trump’s fate

MinnPost 31 May 2024
As we all got to know the prospective jurors — the 12 ordinary Americans who would sit as judges in a criminal case — he would recite this phrase. “Our system of justice (in America) is the envy of the world.”.
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58 students graduate from Pioneer Academy

Nevada Appeal 30 May 2024
English teacher Rebecca Allen inspired graduates to consider how to define success going out into the world, reciting poet Maya Angelou’s description of the world as “liking yourself, liking what you ...
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