Extractions: adventure camping canalling cruising ... spain With its miles of golden sandy beaches and year-round sunshine, the Algarve is the most visited and popular region of Portugal, not only with northern Europeans but with the Portuguese themselves. This gives it an atmosphere that is quite different to much of the country. Golfing in the Algarve The region has always had its own distinct cultural identity. Its geography sets it apart from the rest of the country, with mountain ranges dividing it from the neighbouring Alentejo region and a climate more akin to the Mediterranean than the Atlantic. It was the last part of Portugal to be taken from the Moors whose kingdom of the Algarve had its capital at Silves until the thirteenth century. The result is a region still influenced by its Moorish heritage, its architecture retaining minaret-shaped chimneys and dazzling azulejos (glazed ceramic tiles). Its cuisine also reflects its warm climate, with superb fruits, olives, fish and seafood straight from the land and sea. The traditional fishing industry largely gave way to tourism as the regions economic mainstay as far back as the 1960s. Most of the coastal development is concentrated along the central section from
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Extractions: Twenty incoming 8th grade students from Gompers Secondary School in San Diego Unified School District recently completed a special summer program funded by the Verizon Foundation which exposed them to Internet training, web page design, and aspects of college life at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD).
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Extractions: Rating To Reason Posted By Post Date Damon Csollany These people don't know what they are talking about. You are the best ever. mm 5/6/2004 9:06:29 PM Manchester United For being the best team on the planet Lenny 2/9/2004 11:51:08 PM DW for cha cha cha'ing of course! kel 1/20/2004 3:03:21 PM TO MY MOTHERINLAW JUST FOR BEING COOLDADDY 1/14/2004 11:26:01 PM JAGOFF TROLL 2 MAKES AN A$$ OUT OF HIS/HER/IT'S SELF EVERY TIME IT POSTS ON wAR bOARD.. rip 12/3/2003 10:03:36 PM Kel She's da bomb! DW 12/3/2003 6:14:44 PM Tampa Bay Buccaneers Let me get this straight, you benched Keyshawn Johnson for the season for his behavior and let Warren Sapp off the hook? Despite repeatedly bumping into officials, prancing through the opponents' warmup routines, a well-publicized cheap-shot on Chad Clifton and comparing NFL management to slaveowners? Give me a break. dmart 11/19/2003 11:31:09 AM Philadelphia Fans For reminding why the city of Philadelphia doesn't deserve a championship. It won't be long before the new stadiums resemble the Vet (which is appropriately named considering many of you act like animals).
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Extractions: Stephanie is one of those persons who can fit a lot of words onto a standard size postcard usually by writing sideways, around corners, and even upside down if she can find some extra space. Most of these go to family and friends. But some of them those which document our RV adventures find their way onto this portion of our website. Postcard: Fire and Ice November 21, 2002 We had grandkid duties last weekend. Our daughter and son-in-law went to the football game Washington Huskies vs. Oregon Ducks, and we held down the Yakima fort. We enjoyed our small grandkids, and their parents enjoyed the weekend away, and the football game (Huskies won). Then we came home, arriving late Monday evening. I unlocked the back door and was greeted by the smell of ashes. Not too pungent at first, but not a smell to be ignored either. My first thought was that a strong wind (a frequent visitor in the winter months) had stirred the fireplace ashes, and, without thinking more about it, I began to unload the car. When it came time to put groceries away in the pantry, however, I was in for a surprise. The pantry lights didn't work. Off I went to the fuse box, flipped circuit breaker switch "on" and it snapped back into the "off" position. Something was definitely wrong here... That something turned out to be an electrical fire in the free standing, under counter ice maker. Pursuing the odd odor more carefully, we opened the icemaker door. There was still plenty of partially melted ice in the bin, but it was coated with a slimy black film. With the aid of a flash light we could see that the entire cabinet space the icemaker was in was coated with black soot. The appliance had fried itself, and only thanks to a circuit breaker that performed as intended, had we been saved from a much more serious disaster.
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Extractions: On the up side, there are some genuinely funny jokes, and Oedekerk has been wise enough to keep the running time down to 82 minutes, including the eight-minute closing credit sequence (which is worth staying through its entirety). But Kung Pow! is no "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" Entertainment Weekly / Lisa Schwarzbaum:
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Extractions: There is an enormous affection for acronyms in Spain. Or perhaps just a necessity. Spanish words are rich with syllables. And sentences replete with polysyllabic words. So I guess it is not surprising that organisations have titles that are less than catchy to the Anglo-Saxon ear. And, of course, when you have a central government and more than 20 âAutonomous Communitiesâ [itself a good example], there are a lot of official organisations with names that have to be abbreviated if one is ever going to be able to get through a newspaper article. Soâ¦ in one short read today, I was confronted with PP, PNV, EA, BNG, PHN, EH, UPN, PSN and PSOE. And thatâs just a few major political parties. When they all start forming coalitions and then negotiating with the unions [ICV, PSUC, CiU, etc.], itâs like reading alphabet soup. I donât know how they get by with just Labour, Tories and the TUC back in Britain. Or the UK, perhaps. Acronomyic deprivation, I fear.
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EastSouthWestNorth Blog, December 1-10, 2003 Arnoldo Aleman, known locally as El gordo (The Fat of the demands of foreign creditors, banks, and privatised word is David Beckham, the British soccer player. http://www.zonaeuropa.com/weblog20031201.htm
Extractions: December 10, 2003 Miss World Link Second runner-up was Miss China, Guan Qi. Once upon a time, it was easy for the Communist government to dismiss beauty pageants as exploitation and bourgeois decadence. Today, China has changed so rapidly that even the language of criticism has not evolved to keep up. Read the ponderous reflection reported by AFP Even the All-China Women's Federation, a leading opponent of the event, felt hard pressed to dismiss the contest out of hand. "We even don't know what kind of content the beauty competition will include, so we can't say we support it," said a director, Wang Naikun. "We oppose any activity that uses women's body for commercial purposes... but what if we oppose it, then someone may tell us it has changed for something positive and it is part of the trend (in society)." December 10, 2003 Samarra Link The very tangled tale of the action in Samarra (Iraq) is full of contradicted assertions. CENTCOM would like you to believe that 54 Saddam Feddayeens in uniform were killed, but they can't produce any bodies. The local Iraqis would like to tell you that this was a case of indiscriminate shooting, with the result of 8 dead (including a 71-year-old Iranian pilgrim sitting in a van) and 54 wounded, mostly civilians, and they are happy to give you a tour of a thoroughly shot up city ( AFP However, there does not seem to be any dispute over this subsequent story (