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Colours

“Prominent kinds of meanings with which colours have been attributed: in particular, colour symbolism and colour naturalism. The former is illustrated with examples from the Middle Ages, with traditional associations between colours and values or ideas—such as the conventional adoption of particular colours for various saints and other biblical characters in art works or broader associations such as, for example, ‘black’ with ‘death and sin’ and ‘white’ with ‘purity and divinity’ in Western traditions. 55 more words

Learning

Wolves looking to stop Warriors bandwagon

Warrington Wolves face a second crunch game in two weeks as they welcome rivals Wigan Warriors to the Haliwell Jones Stadium on Friday.

The Wolves got their first win of the season at the third attempt at bitter rivals Widnes Vikings last week and hope to carry on that momentum against the Warriors. 131 more words

Super League

And the United States once again cried crocodile tears

Mutatis mutandis.

“You’ll sit in your office and drink whiskey, and feel sorry for yourself, and you’ll tell people what you told me once, this job we do is a machine, good people go in and get chewed up and get spat out, that’s how you make sense of it.”

Richard Armitage