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Listen! Beowulf opening line misinterpreted for 200 years The opening line ‘Listen!’ is not a proclamation and should not have an exclamation mark, according to new research JONATHAN BROWN Author Biography Tuesday 05 November 2013 It is perhaps the most important word in one of the greatest and most famous sentences in the history of […]

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Welcome back travelers! Today we lead you to a special trip via the Tren a las Nubes A little history The construction of the railway started in 1921, to connect the North of Argentina with Chile across the Andes, and to serve the borax mines of the area. The viaduct La Polvorilla, the highest of […]

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The hottest job skill is… The Army, NYPD and State Department can’t get enough workers with this job skill. Neither can Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, local courts and schools. By Annalyn Kurtz @AnnalynKurtz October 30, 2013: 3:15 PM ET What is it? Fluency in a foreign language. Translators and interpreters are expected to be one […]

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Welcome travelers, and we off on another exciting adventure today to: Mendoza, Argentina A little History On March 2, 1561, Pedro del Castillo founded the city and named it Ciudad de Mendoza del Nuevo Valle de La Rioja after the governor of Chile, Don García Hurtado de Mendoza.[2] Before the 1560s the area was populated […]

Breaking the Barrier!

Hey there and welcome to your weekly dose of Breaking the Barrier! Today we check out the word: English = Moustache Portuguese = Bigode Spanish = Bigote Afrikaans = Snor History of the Moustache Shaving with stone razors was technologically possible from Neolithic times, but the oldest portrait showing a shaved man with a moustache […]

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Embarrassing tattoo mistakes prompt warning Body art fans are being warned to think before they ink to avoid having indelible translation and spelling errors branded on their skin By Rosa Silverman and agencies 3:53PM BST 24 Oct 2013 There is surely no more permanent a way of declaring your undying love for someone than by having […]

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Welcome back to another addition to Adventure Time! Today we travel to El Calafate A little history El Calafate is 316 km. far from Río Gallegos, and takes its name from the shrub Calafate, indigenous from Patagonia. Its fruit is an appetizing berry used for the elaboration of jam. According to the tradition, whoever eats […]