Tag Archives: long time

Making Pashmina Popular Again – The Shillong Times

By Dilshad Noor The Kashmiri Pashmina rug is famous all over the world. But the Kashmiri people have now left behind this centuries-old ancestral work. Changing market trends and the situation created by the pandemic have hit the craft industry hard. In such a situation, some young people are now …

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An echo of Jewish Lublin through Yiddish fonts – The Forward

“Normally a poster wouldn’t include so much blank space. But any poster about Lublin must contain a blank space,” Robert told me. I stood in Dom Słów’s printing house or The House of Words in Lublin, Poland, next to visionary printer Robert Sawa in his ink-stained apron, his long graying …

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CPS denies suggestion it shrinks font to reduce page count | News

The Crown Prosecution Service has disputed comments by the chairman of the government-commissioned legal aid review this week that the prosecution is deliberately keeping pages of incriminating evidence by reducing the police – which would affect the amount of the remuneration of legal aid practitioners. Prosecution pages of evidence are …

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Essential iMessage Shortcuts for Mac Users | Font size, send files, MORE

iMessage Shortcuts for Mac makes life easier for its users, making chatting with friends and colleagues more efficient than ever. (Photo: by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 30: People test out new Apple products during an Apple launch event at One Hanson Place on October 30, 2018 in …

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Who were the souls of Victorian society?

Published: 8:00 a.m. January 15, 2022 Hatfield House, Ashridge and Panshanger Park, with its glorious former mansion, are three of the grand country houses that feature in a new historical biography about a group of glamorous and intelligent late 19th century friends who were torn apart by scandal . Nicknamed …

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Awesome Artists We Found On The Net: Mike Mahle

For years, the awesome art we found on the net was about just two things: awesome art and the artists who create it. With that in mind, we thought, why not take advantage of the first week of the month to showcase these awesome artists even more? Welcome to “A …

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Jets lose Wheeler to injury, then lose in shootout to Canucks 4-3

VANCOUVER – For Blake Wheeler and the Winnipeg Jets, it really was the best of times. Followed by the worst of times. A record-breaking night for the captain, which included his long-awaited first goal of the year, ended with a twist on the ice in agony, squeezing his right knee …

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Rian Hughes on Storytelling, Making Fonts for Aliens, and Reimagining the Novel

Recently published in paperback, XX is an epic sci-fi thriller that tells the story of humanity’s first contact with alien intelligence via a transmission called the Signal. At nearly 1,000 pages, it’s a radical story told through multiple text formats and layouts. These include newspaper pages, fictional alien languages, Wikipedia …

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The plagiarism scandal that ended Nella Larsen’s career

With the release of the film version of his 1929 novel Who passed, there is renewed interest in the work of author Nella Larsen. But it is another of his plays, the short story “Sanctuary”, published in 1930, which is the most controversial. The story entangled Larsen in an accusation …

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Echoes of Scottish history in the writings of two North American poets

I was on a northbound train a few decades ago when the conductor announced that we had crossed the Scottish border. A car full of drunken Yorkshire men put down their playing cards and lagers and burst into an impromptu chorus of “Donal, where are your pants?” – reminding me …

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“Human error” causes long delay due to 3D font on Sclessin

Standard appeared to be heading for a comfortable victory in the opener under new coach Luca Elsner yesterday, especially as Denis Dragos made it 3-0 after more than 51 minutes of play. But the referee assistant raised their flag, after which VAR technology will consider the possible offside step. Enter …

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Is the water fountain really such a source of inspiration?

A key scientific breakthrough that would ultimately help protect millions of people from COVID-19 began with a chance encounter in a photocopier – in 1997, between Professor Katalin Kariko and Dr Drew Weissman, whose work laid the foundation for vaccines Pfizer and Moderna. It’s exactly the kind of story that …

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How game developers choose their fonts

After struggling with the ported mobile versions of early Final Fantasy games for a long time, Square Enix has finally announced that it will be offering PC gamers appropriate remasters. When we finally took a look at the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters, what did fans focused on in the first …

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Find a way back from suicide

I had written about my mother, a memory of our lives together. She was a terrible alcoholic. The manuscript looked like a betrayal. It was in April 2006. I was sick of suicide. I let myself hang from the fire escape and almost fell from the roof of my building. …

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Swiss font designer reveals fashion for words

2021 Andrew Lichtenstein Where does a character designer find inspiration to create a new font? How is life in Brooklyn? SWI swissinfo.ch spoke to Nina Stoessinger, Swiss character designer and speaker in New York. This content was published on July 14, 2021 – 10:56 July 14, 2021 – 10:56 AM …

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on the sales area of ​​his own shop

Carolyn Busa humorous routine about sex and love made her a fan base at comedy clubs in Brooklyn and beyond until the pandemic abruptly shut the scene in 2020. So after years of open mic parties and co-production of a successful series of regular comedic events called Side ponytail, the …

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On clarity

The man saw his reflection in the shop windows. As he walked down the sidewalk in Memphis, he noticed the gray creeping more and more over his temples and above his ears. His wife could still pass for a woman in her thirties, even though she was 50, like him. …

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Between the writing and the classroom

There can be no greater honor than to have your highly regarded former bosses, supported by your esteemed colleagues, inviting you to share an experience. It sounds like a request for a newsletter, after being released a long time ago, and, at the same time, a review meeting before other …

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3 small cap stocks to buy if the stock market collapses

COVID-19 and the response to stop its spread has been a game-changer for many businesses. It’s still early days, but the mass migration to anything digital already underway has had a huge boost and is reshape society. Since the economic lockdown in late March and early April, I’ve been trying …

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Wave of construction of distressed real estate assets

PEG Cos. converts the former Habitat Suites Austin into a Class B multi-family asset. The project is part of the strategy of the Utah-based company to invest in hotels with high repositioning potential, which can be attractive games in the current environment. By Nicholas Minoia, Owner, Diversified Properties Changing consumer …

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