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Preference but not Person is the issue.

Taking up the post of representing a nation is not merely being at the venue,shaking hands and uttering elegant words about the country.It is a lot more.It is all about second-to-second responsibility of carrying the country’s representatives on your back and being as one lead. 551 more words

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Favorite Cab services becoming problematic?

The most peculiar thing is that we wish to use the services provided with luxurious comforts but we don’t install in us the “accepting the surging prices” when the situation is here. 540 more words

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Playtime with Poppy: Harold and the Purple Crayon

Playtime Poppy Children’s Theatre will visit the Whipple Auditorium at the Downtown Library for a vignette from Washington High School’s upcoming production of Harold and the Purple Crayo… 21 more words

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Chromophilia and Chromophobia

The new KCAI Gallery, formerly the GrandArts building, opened this spring with Chromaphobia & Chromaphilia, two alumni exhibitions sponsored by KCAI and organized by the KCAI Gallery and Director of Alumni Relations and Development, … 118 more words

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A Look at NCECA Sponsored Exhibitions

Though NCECA has left Kansas City, many exhibitions sponsored by the conference are still up for a little while longer! NCECA has a complete list  174 more words

KCAI Ceramics

Ondo Police arrest four serial burglars, recover stolen items (See Photos)

The Ondo state police command have arrested and paraded four serial burglars that have terrorized the residents of the state for over a year. The state commissioner of police, Hilda Ibifuro-Harrison, who paraded the suspects before newsmen at the Command’s headquarters in Akure, 123 more words

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29yr old Nigerian man nabbed with 1.5kg of cocaine in SA (See Photos)

Members of the EMPD Tracing Unit in a raid arrested a Nigerian man in Boksburg North, South Africa, found in possession of a large amount of cocaine, Cat and cash on Monday, April 11. 143 more words

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