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Nurses are some of the most trusted workers across the world, while politicians still languish at the bottom

Nurses have come out on top as the profession most trusted by the British, while politicians once again ranked right at the bottom.

Nurses were for the first time included in the Ipsos MORI Veracity Index, an annual survey that ranks professionals most trusted by the public. 235 more words

Sunday on the Promenade 11

Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on. 548 more words

Fashion

Politicians seen as least trustworthy professions

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Only one in five members of the public think politicians were largely telling the truth during the EU referendum campaign, showing that trust in politicians is “approaching rock bottom”, researchers have said. 209 more words

Current Affairs

From Faith@Work 101 to Faith@Work 201: second in a series

For the first post in this series, click here.

Faith@Work 101 needs now — and will always need — to be actively promoted and taught in our churches and all other Christian contexts.  1,560 more words

Future Of The Movement

Winter Developments & Updates: Part 8

By Order of Their Majesty Jintaru Riga: Seventh Edict

The body is a sacred vessel, forming an integral link in the chain of death and birth; defiling, neglecting, or otherwise mishandling a dead body is a crime against future generations. 262 more words

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Let's Get Beautiful

Still adamant that the best things in WoW right now are the talkative artifact weapons, and the transmog wardrobe. Thal’kiel’s a veritable stunner.

Normally at this stage of an expansion, I’ve levelled at least 6-7 characters, maxed professions on my main, and am soloing old raids for mounts. 478 more words

World Of Warcraft

Celebrating the past to shape the future of women in law

“Get thee behind me (Mrs) Satan!”  A caricature of American suffragist and presidential candidate Victoria Woodhull by Thomas Nast, published in Harpers’ Weekly 921 more words