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Pierce carries William & Mary over UNC Wilmington 71-63

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Justin Pierce had 14 points, nine rebounds and six assists as William & Mary got past UNC Wilmington 71-63 on Saturday. Matt Milon had 19 points for William & Mary (12-16, 8-8 Colonial Athletic Association), which earned its fourth consecutive home victory. Nathan Knight added 18 points. The Tribe forced a […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, William, Mary, Pierce, Williamsburg VA, Colonial Athletic Association, William Mary, UNC Wilmington, Justin Pierce, Nathan Knight, Matt Milon


Ford leads Saint Mary’s (Cal) past Pacific 58-32

STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) — Jordan Ford had 28 points as Saint Mary’s rolled past Pacific 58-32 on Thursday night. Malik Fitts had nine rebounds for Saint Mary’s (18-10, 9-4 West Coast Conference). Tanner Krebs added seven rebounds. Jordan Hunter had three assists and three blocks for the visitors. The Tigers’ 32 points on 20.8 percent […]
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William & Mary tops College of Charleston 86-84 in OT

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Nathan Knight had 30 points as William & Mary edged College of Charleston 86-84 in overtime on Thursday night. Matt Milon had 27 points and six rebounds for William & Mary (11-16, 7-8 Colonial Athletic Conference). Justin Pierce added nine assists. William & Mary led the final three minutes of overtime. […]
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Celebrity daily edit: Princess Mary of Denmark's dog's starring role, Stacey Solomon's pregnancy and more

In today's Daily Edit we love the photo that Princess Mary of Denmark shared of Grace,...
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This Fish Just Gave Evolution the Finger and Got Pregnant

A little stickleback fish (Gasterosteus aculeatus) nicknamed "Mary" appears to have leapt across a major reproductive divide on the evolutionary tree of life. Stickleback females, like most female fish, lay unfertilized eggs that males then fertilize in the nest. But Mary, somehow, got pregnant with healthy live young, which survived delivery via C-section.This is the third time that scientists have found an unfertilized egg-laying fish with developing embryos in her belly, the researchers repor...
Tags: England, Science, Scotland, Mary, University of Nottingham, Laura dean, Andrew MacColl


Three Ways to Pray for Priests

Four years ago in Mexico City, I and my fellow pilgrims shed tears on the tomb of Ven. Maria Concepción Cabrera de Armida (1862-1937) as we asked her prayers for conversion of heart and greater willingness to sacrifice for priests. My pastor considers a parish to be a partnership of prayer and sacrifice between shepherd and flock. He led our pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which included a morning at Ven. Conchita’s tomb. There, he invited a woman who does penance for priests ...
Tags: Featured, Kingdom, Religion, Rome, Mexico City, Vatican, Jesus, God, Christ, Prayer, Mary, John Paul II, Cross, Guadalupe, Fatima, Faith & Spirituality


Researchers unlock the secret behind reproduction of fish called ‘Mary’

A female stickleback fish, nick-named 'Mary', has produced offspring from eggs that appear to have been fertilized while they were still inside her, according to scientists at the University of Nottingham.
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‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital in March

This spring, you won’t need a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down, because Mary Poppins Returns will be coming into your house to give you the best care possible. The musical sequel starring Emily Blunt will arrive on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and digital in March. Find out when you can get the Mary Poppins Returns Blu-ray or whatever format you prefer below. Mary Poppins Returns Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Release Disney has set Mary Poppins Returns for release on 4K Ultra HD, Blu...
Tags: London, Movies, Digital, Meryl Streep, Sequels, Rob Marshall, Angela Lansbury, Musical, Emily Blunt, John DeLuca, Dick Van Dyke, Dawes, Mary, Lin Manuel Miranda, Mary Poppins, Bert


There's something about Mary the stickleback: scientists baffled by 'virgin' fish

A ‘virgin’ fish dubbed Mary left scientists baffled after appearing to become pregnant without a mate. The female stickleback was collected on an expedition to the Outer Hebrides by researchers from the University of Nottingham. But once in the tank, scientists discovered she was carrying fertilised eggs inside of her, something that has never been seen before in an egg-laying species. Usually the male stickleback builds a nest and, by performing a zig-zagging dance routine, lures a female to la...
Tags: Science, Mary, Dean, University of Nottingham, Outer Hebrides, School of Life Sciences, Laura dean, Andrew MacColl


Mary Poppins Returns Set for March Home Video Release

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mary Poppins Returns set for March home video release After a triumphant box-office run and a handful of Oscar nominations, Mary Poppins Returns will arrive into homes instantly on Digital and Movies Anywhere starting on March 12 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD March 19. Set in 1930s Depression-era London (the time period of the original novels), Mary Poppins Returns stars Emily Blunt as the eponymous nanny, and is drawn from the wealth of material in P.L. Travers’ ad...
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Scientists solve mystery of a fish called Mary's 'virgin' birth

A female stickleback fish, nick-named 'Mary,' has produced offspring from eggs that appear to have been fertilized while they were still inside her, according to scientists at the University of Nottingham.
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This Hemp-Infused Face Mist Cleared Up My Skin in Weeks, and You Should See the Rest of the Line

Winters in New Jersey are pretty brutal for the most part. Between the wind, freezing temperatures, and freak days of warm weather, my skin has taken a beating. Compound that with running outside for a few hours a week, and my naturally oily skin is usually completely dry and sometimes even broken out. Over the last year, I've tried to revive, er, begin developing a skincare routine I can stick to. I've been lucky enough to try dozens of products - thank you, POPSUGAR beauty closet - that I've ...
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The Incarnation of the Word from Jesus’ Perspective

What was Jesus thinking at the moment of His conception? That may seem like an odd question for two reasons. First, at that moment Jesus’ human mind was not yet formed. Of course, in uniting to humanity, His divinity remained undiminished. But a second reason we overlook Jesus’ personal perspective is that the gospels do not do so. Luke tells it from Mary’s perspective. Matthew emphasizes Joseph. And John describes the Incarnation in cosmic terms. So what was Jesus thinking? While the gospels ma...
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Raymond Strom's Playlist for His Novel "Northern Lights"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors includea Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Raymond Strom's Northern Lights is a stunning debut, an unforgettable coming of age novel. The Minneapolis Star Tribune wrote of the book: "Good news for readers who love coming-...
Tags: Music, David, Mtv, Northern Lights, Oakland, Midwest, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Mary, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Shane, Holm, Hinton, Jesus Son, Denis Johnson


52 ANCESTORS IN 52 WEEKS 2019 WEEK 8: THOMAS HAYWARD OF BRIDGEWATER, MA..

On 14 Aug 1878 some descendants of my 9x great grandfather Thomas Hayward gathered in Easton, Ma. to celebrate the centennial of the construction of a Hayward family mansion. George Washington Hayward gave a commemorative address in which he had this short description of our common ancestor:Thomas Hayward and his wife Susanna were born in England; were last there at Aylsford in the county of Kent; came over in the ship Hercules of 200 tons, John Weatherby, master, with 5 of their children, in th...
Tags: England, Kent, Genealogy, Family History, Mary, Howard, Hayward, Bridgewater, Martha, Bill West, Hayward Family, Susanna, Duxbury, Elisha, Thomas Hayward, Hayward Thomas


The Best & Boldest Beauty Looks From London Fashion Week AW19

From brushed up brows to simple center parts, fresh skin, and subtly glossy lips, pared down simplicity is usually the go-to at London Fashion Week. But last season, the city was turned on its head with glitter-splashed eyeliner glimmering from the catwalk at Halpern, slapdash pastel eyeshadow at Erdem, and "troll" inspired hair embellished with rhinestone pins at Ashley Williams.It looks like Autumn/Winter 2019 is shaping up to be bigger and better, however. Thanks to makeup artists such as Mi...
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The Best Leaders Remember Your Name: Why I Love the Apostle Paul

You have heard it said, “It’s lonely at the top.” It means that CEOs, and senior pastors, and leaders of non-profit organizations, and politicians in positions of great authority, and scholars at the top of their field, and athletes and actors and musicians who are known by millions — all these live in a rarified atmosphere of isolation from real, relaxed, vulnerable, reciprocal relationships. This may be owing partly to the way employees or fans put the leader on an unapproachable pedestal...
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Knight dominates in William & Mary’s win over Elon

ELON, N.C. (AP) — Nathan Knight scored a career-high 35 points to go with 13 rebounds and four blocked shots and William & Mary defeated Elon 84-74 on Saturday night. Knight made 13 of 20 from the field and 9 of 11 foul shots. Matt Milon added 19 points and Justin Pierce scored 18 with […]
Tags: News, Sports, William, Elon, Mary, Knight, William Mary, Justin Pierce, ELON N C AP, Nathan Knight, Matt Milon


World's most sustainable restaurants

Farm-to-table dining is no longer a niche concept. Restaurants around the world are sourcing local produce, minimizing waste, and reducing energy use. Part of the drive to sustainability is because of flavor — fresh, local food simply tastes better than the same food out of a package — and part of the recent resurgence of sustainable practices in restaurants is because it’s what the people want. While there are locations where local and sustainable food has always been present, this new crop ...
Tags: Travel, France, Scotland, US, Jerusalem, Sustainability, Spain, Earth, World, Chicago, Paris, Sydney, Prince Charles, Tokyo, Michelin, Sustainable Food


Kleiner’s Mamoon Hamid thinks we could be in a 15-year-long bull market (and other insights from the firm)

Late last month, the venture firm Kleiner Perkins began an official reboot, with a new, $600 million fund, as well as some new faces blazing the trail for the outfit going forward, including Mamoon Hamid and Ilya Fushman, investors who joined Kleiner from Social Capital and Index Ventures, respectively. Their roles at the 47-year-old firm are being watched closely. Kleiner was long considered part of a very small circle of top venture funds, but a series of missteps in recent years had yanked it...
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Best brunch spots in New Orleans

It’s easy to walk around with a devil may care attitude as you bar hop through Bourbon Street’s best bars until 4:00 AM. But nights eventually end and the inevitable morning comes, leaving you to fight off whatever demons are lingering from the night before. Luckily, New Orleans has a brunch scene that can cure any ailments. It should be a rule that you can’t make fun of Millennials who boozy brunch before partaking in a boozy brunch in NOLA. There’s a little something for everyone, whether y...
Tags: Travel, Brunch, Washington, New Orleans, Louisiana, All, Mary, Jackson Square, Big Easy, Country Club, Benedict, Brennan, Muriel, Atchafalaya, New Orleans LA, Bourbon Street


Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week–February 14, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week–February 14, 2019 Congrats to Mary, who is this week’s winner of the PeterGreenberg.com photo contest! This winter photo is from the village of Malenovice in Czech Republic. Each week, your photo has the chance be featured on PeterGreenberg.com as well as Peter’s Instagram and Facebook page. For a chance at being next week’s winner, submit your winter travel photo to [email protected] before Wed...
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JONAS PRESCOTT & MARY LOKER

((This was first posted on 7Jul 2008. It's a nice story with probably alittle truth to it, but true or not it makes a good Valentine's Day story)).I mentioned in my previous post about John Prescott thatthere is a romantic (and probably romanticized) story abouthis son Jonas Prescott's courtship of Mary Loker. I've found itrecounted in several different books on Google Books, andwhile I'm not entirely sure it's true, it does make for anotherinteresting family tale.The story is that Jonas and Ma...
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Comment on chocolate puddle cakes by Mary

Can this be made with unsweetened chocolate? If so, how much sugar would you recommend? Thanks!
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New Shazam! Teaser References the Man of Steel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Shazam! teaser references the Man of Steel Warner Bros. Pictures has released a brand new sneak peek for their upcoming superhero film Shazam!, featuring short clips from the film including a Superman reference. Check out the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSi...
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Devourer of Planets: Dissecting the Nuance-Free Yet Brilliant Filmmaking of Adam McKay’s ‘Vice’

Vice bides its time, at least at first. It opens with a brief, Paul Greengrass-style glimpse of the Situation Room on 9/11. Accompanying this cinéma vérité are snippets of all the war and torture that would follow; Adam McKay, now on a roll after The Big Short , is as much a documentarian or video essayist as he is a fiction filmmaker, setting the stage for events that we, the public, are all too familiar with. However, the film’s opening credits don’t arrive until 12 minutes later. In the ...
Tags: Movies, Guantanamo, Drama, White House, Iraq, Features, Paul Greengrass, Cambodia, Christian Bale, Bale, Vice, George W Bush, Dick Cheney, Cheney, Adam-McKay, Nicholas Britell


Till she had given birth

Matthew 1:25 And knew her not till she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name JESUS. The story of the virgin birth of Jesus is real. I believe it with all of my heart. God loved us so much that He gave us His only begotten Son. Mary is not the point of our worship or admiration. Jesus is. God is for giving us His Son. Mary was a woman chosen of God. She was highly favored. She was blessed beyond measure to be the portal through which the Son of God would ente...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, Matthew, Mary, Joseph, Son of God, Daily Bible Devotionals, Son Mary, Walter Chávez


How to watch the Queen Mary’s Highland Games like an expert

See impressive feats of agility, skill and brute strength, plus lots of kilts when the Queen Mary honors its heritage with a weekend celebration of Scottish culture anchored by centuries-old games. The 26th annual Scots Festival & International Highland Games returns to the Queen Mary on Feb.16-17 with top athletes competing in the feats, which pretty much consist of throwing really heavy things really high or really far. “The Highland Games are challenging, they’re fun and everything you’re thr...
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The Symbolism and History of The Christening Gown For Baby’s Baptism

Christening gowns are beautifully crafted dresses that can be worn by either boys or girls on their baptism day. These lovely gowns bring due attention to babies on their special day and that’s just how it’s supposed to be on days such as this for a baby. Beyond the beauty of christening gowns for boys or girls there is symbolism and history that surrounds the significance of christening and baptism clothing. Symbolism and History of Christening Gowns Historically, ...
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Five Ways to Practice Forgiveness

The renowned English poet Alexander Pope stated: “To err is human; to forgive is divine.” How true this statement, but how difficult it can be! Holding on to resentment indeed is interior slavery. Whereas, to forgive is truly imitating God Himself, but also setting the captive free and that captive is me. Frequently and in unequivocal terms Jesus has reaffirmed the indispensable obligation of all to forgive those who hurt us, to pray for our enemies, and to do good to those who hurt us! Once aga...
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