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A History Of Ludwig Drums And The Ludwig Black Beauty Snare

Beauty beckons all. Girl, as everyone says, is an exquisite creation of God who wants to be appreciated and liked. Ladies try to uphold their concepts of beauty all over the world which might cause much ache and suffering just to obtain a label of being stunning. I am a europian woman and I want to know concerning the complexion , hair , eyecolour and all options of an Indian women.

See this moon-like spherical shape of this lady, neatly designed(by God)nose, full cheeks of this candy younger girl makes us to feel, that beauty is absolutely immortal. The true beauty of bangles is due to their naturally customizable design; no two girls can have the exact same look.

From the portrayal of this state of beauty the minds of young women are beginning to marvel and question what kind of beauty they’ve if they don’t appear like the women … Read More

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Vogue History

Gothic clothing fashion is basically primarily based on darkish shades. Carrying a pastel shirt with, say, tan pants might simply make you look like an Easter egg. Consequently excessive road chains began to include the garments as part of their ranges and numerous artists from the music industry started to develop their own strains of clothing together with Russell Simmons’ Phat Farm and Jay-Z’s Rocawear.

If a girl is wearing blue denims and is sporting a frilly flowered top, she is probably attempting to state that she desires to look more traditional. But a lot of the India males, not like ladies, put on the standard western clothes. Many designers now display linen clothing that’s well liked by the individuals around.

Being a classy cloth, you should buy nicely printed pattern clothing and look extraordinarily trendy. Japan was the subsequent market to catch on to the streetwear best and as … Read More

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History And Clothing In Historic Japan

Spring 2010 is a clothes season like no different. A true feminine mod would have worn black and white patterned A-Line dresses (as favoured by Mary Quant). By the end of the sixties, fashion design began to vary as hems began to drop once more and brilliant bold coloured fabrics with psychedelic patterns were used for both men and women’s put on, an affect heightened by the hippie motion.

Amish girls put on plain calf size attire, sometimes in a dark strong colour. Fashion was initially carried over from the 50s, but they only seemed to look nice on older and mature women, a mode that meant ‘drab’ to the younger and upcoming “fashionistas”.

Though gloves got here in lots of colours and kinds, clean gloves whose shade was white or cream have been probably the most favored. The 70s was an exciting time for fashion and elegance. So when … Read More

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Missouri University Of Science And Technology Receives $300 Million Gift, The Largest In Missouri Higher Education History

Missouri University of Science and Technology(Missouri S and T) announced today that it had received a $300 million donation, the largest single gift in the history of Missouri higher education. St. Louis businessman and Missouri S and T alum Fred Kummer and his wife June are giving the money to a foundation they created that will support several initiatives at the university.

The Kummers’ gift will be administered by The Kummer Institute Foundation. Funds from the foundation will support several new initiatives at Missouri S&T, including:

  • A new research and development entity modeled after other university-affiliated centers like the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. The new organization will be the home to four new research
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Cynthia Bailey Reacts to Making ‘Housewives’ History With Second Wedding on ‘RHOA’ (Exclusive)

Cynthia Bailey Reacts to Making ‘Housewives’ History With Second Wedding on ‘RHOA’ (Exclusive)

Here comes the bride… again! Cynthia Bailey is set to walk down the aisle for a second time this Saturday and The Real Housewives of Atlanta cameras will be rolling, marking a Housewives franchise first: one star tying the knot twice on TV.

“Yeah, go figure,” the 53-year-old tells ET of the history-making moment. “This will be the last wedding you will see on the Housewives, I can tell you that. I don’t know what God has for us, but you will not be seeing another wedding from Cynthia Bailey. This is it.”

Cynthia married her first husband, Peter Thomas, during her first season on RHOA (the show’s third). Now, she’ll say “I do” to sportscaster Mike Hill for an episode set to air in season 13 of the Bravo hit.

“I went into my first

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women

Kamala Harris: The sexist history of calling women ‘unlikable’

To historians who study women in politics, it was obvious.

“Likability among male politicians is pretty exclusive,” said Claire Bond Potter, a professor of history at the New School and the author of a book on political engagement. “This is part of a bigger problem that women have — a permanent outsider status in politics. They are always in the process of gaining entry.”

One of the ways to deny women entry is to deny anyone would want to be around them in the first place. The suffragists felt this wrath. So did Hillary Clinton. And now Harris is, too.

The code words are everywhere.

“One of the things that a man has to do to become likable is to be perceived as the kind of guy you want to have a beer with,” Potter said, referring to a phrase that was often used to describe Bill Clinton, George W.

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$240M university gift / Return of theater / History of pot in Maine

Today is Thursday. Temperatures will be in the high 40s to the high 50s from north to south with partly sunny skies throughout the state and a chance for scattered showers in the north. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

Here’s the latest on the coronavirus in Maine

Another 48 coronavirus cases were reported in Maine on Wednesday, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. There are 582 active confirmed and “probable” cases in the state and the death toll remains at 142. Check out our COVID-19 Tracker for more information.

Bangor students will not have snow days this school year, even when inclement weather makes it unsafe for them to travel to school.

Takeaways from Wednesday’s vice presidential debate: Pandemic looms over a more civil fight

Vice President Mike Pence listens as Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris speaks during the vice presidential debate
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A Look Back at the History of Women in the Workplace

Mark the year 2059 on your calendar—that’s when data shows that women will finally achieve equal pay to their male counterparts. It’s hard to believe that closing the gender wage gap will take nearly a century after the Equal Pay Act was passed in 1963. In 1960, women only earned about 61 cents for every $1 that a man took home, a number that ticked up to 82 cents by 2018—but that still leaves another 18 cents to go overall. The wage gap is worse for women of color: Among women working full-time jobs in the U.S., Black women are paid 62 cents, Native American women 57 cents, and Latinas 54 cents for every dollar paid to white men, according to the National Partnership for Women & Families.

History of women in the workplace
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Researchers blame the gender wage gap on a variety of reasons, ranging from differences in the industries

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Smith College receives $50M gift; largest individual donation in its history

NORTHAMPTON — Smith College has received a $50 million endowment gift — the largest individual donation in the school’s 155-year history.

The college announced Tuesday that the gift — $40 million designated for student financial aid and $10 million to “re-envision” the school’s career development program — is from an alumna who wishes to remain anonymous. It was made through a private foundation.

“I could not be more grateful for this alumna’s generosity, vision and belief in the power of a Smith education,” Kathleen McCartney, Smith College president, said in a statement.

“Her investment in the college will allow us to make a giant stride in equalizing the Smith experience for students from low- and middle-income backgrounds.”

The announcement included a statement from the donor saying, “Smith had a meaningful impact on my life, both personally and professionally, and I feel an obligation to pay it back.”

One of Smith

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Black History Month: Images of strength and beauty

By Rebecca Thomas
Arts and entertainment reporter

Julio Etchart - Carnival

image copyrightJulio Etchart

image captionJulio Etchart reminds us of the joy of the Notting Hill Carnival, which was cancelled this year due to the pandemic

An eclectic collection of images of black people from all sectors of British life have been selected for an exhibition marking the importance of Black History Month in Britain this October.

The online show features 50 striking pictures on a wide range of themes with portraits, demonstrations, women at work, carnival, musicians, dancers and more featured.

More than 100 images were submitted to the show’s organisers Alternative Arts, working with Tower Hamlets Council in East London, from established and emerging artists.

The final selection aims to comment on black lives past and present and the issues that confront them.

And while Black History Month is a long-running annual event, this

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