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To Have Loved

I Often Hear People Say
That It Is Better To Have Loved And Lost
Than To Have Never Loved At All
For One Would Not Have To Experience The Fall… 149 more words

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Hot Off the Press | March 2015 Releases

Check out my top picks for March's new book releases!

This month’s new releases include only one author I’ve read before, some familiar storylines (with twists!), and some surprising new narrators. 502 more words

Editors commentary: Same old same old

‘Religion’ now has a very bad name.

A friend from church was recently out for a meal with work colleagues. With the terrorist threat from jihadists now a given in modern life, the conversation turned to the evils of ‘religion.’ To their surprise, my friend, whom they knew to be a Christian, said he agreed with them. 229 more words

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Who Am I?

Who Am I?
To Just Stand There
To Watch The World Go By
Without At Least Beginning To Try

To Love Someone Without The Lie… 49 more words

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Actions speak louder than words: dTALEs for gene activation in fundamental research

Quick update for anyone who’s been living in a cave for the last five years: technologies for easily programmable precision DNA targeting are available and ready to go. 519 more words

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The Sevenhill

Husband & I quite often eat out for lunch during the week. It’s a great way to break up the working day nicely although, sometimes, that one small glass of pinot is not conducive for a productive afternoon, especially on a Friday! 637 more words

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50 Shades of Grey: was Walter Lippmann right all along?

With the recent release of Fifty Shades of Grey in theatres a couple of weeks ago (and our recent class discussion about feeling publics in the Public Texts core course), there has been a ton of media hype for the film, and even more backlash against the risqué content and its perverse messages. 410 more words

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