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12 masterpieces by Russia’s top modernist Mikhail Vrubel (PICS)

Russia Beyond 10 Nov 2021
A genius who blended Romanticism and Art Nouveau in a truly unmistakable style, Vrubel is the harbinger of the fin-de-siècle Russian avant-garde ... Although this picture was painted under the influence of the story Saint Satyr by the aptly named French writer Anatole France, Vrubel transposes the ancient Greek mythical character to Russian soil ... .
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Lessons about God from a juggler

Fremont Tribune 05 Nov 2021
David Cain is a “Juggler for Jesus.”. The man from Middletown, Ohio, juggles balls, rings and swords. I wrote about him last week before his performance at the Fall Festival in Fremont Alliance Church ... Written by Anatole France, it’s the story of a poor juggler named Barnaby, who goes from city to city performing tricks ... And he’s very sad ... Steven M ... .
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Meow, Snort, Cluck, Bark: God bless them every one

Beatrice Daily Sun 22 Sep 2021
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened.” Would you agree with this quote from the 19th century French writer known as Anatole France? From those precious pets, including my grand-dog Molly, to animals that we observe in nature, God gives us a variety of creatures to bring us such soul-awakening joy ... St ... .
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France: Parents take stand against Olympic highway project near elementary school

Ruptly 10 Sep 2021
Parents of students from the Pleyel-Anatole France school spoke of their concerns of the highway junction project between the A1 and A86 near the school in Saint Denis on Friday ... "Our complaints are falling on deaf ears ... .
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Happy Teachers Day 2021: Images, Quotes, Wishes, Messages, Cards, Greetings, Pictures and GIFs

The Times of India 05 Sep 2021
Teachers play a critical role in shaping young minds and ensuring a society that is progressive, inclusive and enlightened at the same time. Besides preparing kids for a bright future, teachers also aim towards moulding minds that are empathetic and kind ... Happy Teachers Day 2021. Wishes and Messages ... Happy Teacher’s Day 2021! ... Quotes ... - Anatole France ... P.
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Teachers Day 2021: Quotes that best describe the teacher-student relationship

The Times of India 04 Sep 2021
One of the most sacred relationships in the world is that between a teacher and a student. The former holds the key to knowledge and supports curious minds to achieve their dreams, while the latter works hard towards gaining that knowledge and putting it into practice in their day to day life ... Teacher's Day 2021. Quotes ... - Anatole France ... –Roger Moore ... .
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The Fifth Narrative

The Atlantic 15 Aug 2021
The new version is so barren and stinting that it could pass for a definition of injustice , like Anatole France’s tart observation that “the law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges.” By this standard, who wouldn’t choose equity? The linguistic change accompanies a political one.
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Guest commentary: What is racism and where can one see it?

The Galveston Daily News 04 Aug 2021
Hi Orf. People are talking about racism these days. Do you have an opinion?. At risk of “playing the race card,” I do. What is racism?. I would take the idea apart by dividing it, like Gaul, into three parts. beliefs, actions and outcomes. What is a race belief? ... Each tribe also underwent local adaptations ... Brings to mind the adage by Anatole France ... ....
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Editorial: The Supreme Court’s further gutting of the Voting Rights Act is unconscionable

Colorado Daily 12 Jul 2021
In its most infamous decision, the Dred Scott case of 1857, the U.S ... That was as rife with cynicism and hypocrisy as Anatole France’s famous comment in 1894 that “the law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread.” ... .
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In Their Opinion: The Supreme Court’s further gutting of the Voting Rights Act is unconscionable

The Sun Chronicle 09 Jul 2021
The other voids all ballots cast in the wrong precinct, even for statewide or national office ... That was as rife with cynicism and hypocrisy as Anatole France’s famous comment in 1894 that “the law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread.” ... .
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Prospective Olympian Leibfarth among talent set for ICF Under-23 and Junior Canoe Slam World Championships

Inside The Games 05 Jul 2021
France’s Nicolas Gestin ... In the men’s K1, 2019 junior world champion Anatole Delassus of France and 2018 junior champion Jan Barta of the Czech Republic will line-up in the under-23 competition against a field which includes Italy’s 2018 under-23 world champion, Jakob Weger.
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How to mourn the loss of a pet: ‘There are no rules, grief has no endpoint’

The National 30 Jun 2021
“Our family lost our loving companion Champ today. I will miss him,” US President Joe Biden wrote on Twitter in June, when announcing the passing of their beloved German shepherd ... “We love our sweet, good boy and will miss him always." ... “Until one has loved an animal,” wrote French poet Anatole France, “a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” ... .
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White critics know nothing about Critical Race Theory

The Philadelphia Tribune 26 Jun 2021
Critical Race Theory (CRT) is not what lying white racists claim it is. CRT is not Black Lives Matter. It is not reparations ... As profoundly and sarcastically stated by Nobel Prize-winning novelist Anatole France, “In its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets, and steal loaves of bread.” ... 1619.
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CCHS Class of 2021 Top Graduates

Walterboro Live 25 Jun 2021
By CINDY CROSBY. Cindyc4@yahoo.com. Anne Mathis Thomas. Daughter of Shelley and Johnny Thomas, Walterboro. GPA. 5.32. Class Rank. No. 1. College Plans/Major. Anderson University majoring in elementary education. Career Goal ... “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe.” – Anatole France ... .
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This Day in History (June 14)

Kayhan 13 Jun 2021
In 1910, Algeria was declared as an extension of France ... until France had killed more than a million Algerian Muslim people ... He also read the works of Jawaharlal Nehru, Franz Kafka, Albert Camus, Vladimir Lenin, and Jean-Paul Sartre; as well as Anatole France, Friedrich Engels, H.
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