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#522997
Has the tide finally turned for the Japanese stock market? Investment experts pick the best funds to gain exposure to the region

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How best to depict the modern, technology led Japanese economy?

With a Geisha apparently.

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#522999
All too often, I keep hearing Jethro Tull in my head when I see some of the pictures accompanying DM articles on foreign lands. It's almost like those days of the establishing shot of London involving the Houses of Parliament and a red bus...
#523002
...with a few notes from Rule Britannia on the soundtrack?
#523009
Kreuzberger wrote:You think that's a thing of the past? Try watching the German news when the subject turns to Brexit. Even the bowler hats get a look in.
We all hated the self-assessment logo from 1997. Nobody now alive has ever seen a civil servant dressed like that.

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#523016
Arnold wrote:
Kreuzberger wrote:You think that's a thing of the past? Try watching the German news when the subject turns to Brexit. Even the bowler hats get a look in.
We all hated the self-assessment logo from 1997. Nobody now alive has ever seen a civil servant dressed like that.

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However we've seen the Homepride Bakers, who may have been by the same artist.
#523018
Ask yourselves why in nursery rhyme books every character is in Georgian or Victorian clothes. Collective folk memories.
#528156
Is a cure for haemophilia in sight? 'Mind-blowing' results from a human gene therapy trial offer hope of a life-saving treatment for sufferers of the incurable condition
Sufferers of the hereditary condition, which mainly impacts men, 'have virtually none' of the protein factor VIII which is needed for blood to clot.


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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/artic ... hilia.html
#528987
Women who want to keep their looks 'should only have two children' according to new study

It is an unorthodox beauty tip, but women who want to keep their looks in later life should consider having a small family.

A study suggests stopping at just one or two children will keep you looking young and attractive.

While those who have a large family will have more people to visit them in middle age, they may also have a saggier face and darker skin tone

Keep yer 'ands on yer a'penny, as my grandmother was wont to say.
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