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The hidden details in art's masterpieces<br><br>Photos: What you missing in classic paintings<br><br>"Oath of the Horatii" (1784) by Jacques Louis David The neoclassical "Oath of the Horatii" depicts three Roman brothers saluting their father, who's holding their swords, before going off to fight rivals from Alba Longa. In their shadow, their mother huddles around her grandchildren.<br><br>"The older boy cannot refrain from peeping out in awe at the men and their glittering swords demonstrating that to lay down one's life for one's country is honorable and something for which all men should be prepared to fight, even from a young age," Hodge writes.<br><br>2 of 9<br><br>(CNN)It's easy to take a well known masterpiece at face value.<br><br>However, many of the world's most renowned works come loaded with underlying messages and back stories. Artists use specialized techniques and subtle symbolism to hint at larger themes, expand on a narrative or in some cases add a touch of humor.<br><br>Incredible photos show you the world as you never seen before<br><br>"Art in Detail: 100 Masterpieces," written by Susie Hodge, sets out to illuminate the obscure details that the average <a href="">fake Van Cleef & Arpels Clover necklace black</a> passerby is likely to miss as they flit between the galleries at the world's most prestigious art institutions.<br><br>Photos: Art auctions: A look at the top record breakers<br><br>Edvard Munch, The Scream, (1895). Pastel on board in the original frame Price realized: $119,922,500 The sale of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to billionaire Leon Black for $119.9 million in 2012 marked more than a new art record: it was the first time that a pastel, rather than an oil or acrylic painting, came anywhere near achieving such a price. 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soldiers and citizens are holding hands as show of solidarity for attacked gay couple<br><br>The Dutch public peacefully marched hand in hand this past Wednesday in a remarkable show of solidarity for two gay men who were attacked as they walked home from a night out.<br><br>"We'll almost never show in public that we are in a relationship," one of the victims, Jasper Vernes Sewratan, told Dutch public broadcaster NOS, "But we had a few drinks, it was dark on the street and there were almost no people, so we held hands.<br><br>A group of young men in Arnhem, Netherlands, attacked the couple in the early hours last Sunday with a bolt cutter, leaving Sewratan Vernes missing four teeth and Vernes Sewratan with bruised ribs. Before long, hundreds of people tweeted photos of themselves holding hands. Police officers, celebrities, politicians, children and other members of the Dutch public all held hands to support the couple.<br><br>Marchers of all ages and from all walks of life weighed in on the attack. Marcher Marion van Hees, 68, said she campaigned for gay rights during the 1960s: "I thought we were finished with it, that we had achieved it. But that is not the case, and that is very sad."<br><br>"So I'm going back onto the barricades."<br><br>Sjag Kozak, 42, an Israeli who married his husband in Amsterdam and has lived in the city for 21 years, said he wanted "to show the world that it is possible to walk hand in hand in Amsterdam."<br><br>The five suspects, all in their teens, faced charges Thursday with causing serious bodily harm, prosecutors said. They are still investigating the motive for the attack.<br><br>Homosexuality was removed from <a href="">van cleef and arpels pendant necklace</a> the Dutch criminal code in 1811, and this past April 1 marked the 16th anniversary of legal gay marriage in the country. While tolerance may have a long history for the Dutch, the COC (Centre for Culture and Leisure) an advocacy group for LGBT rights based in Amsterdam and one of the oldest such organizations in the world says hate crimes against the community are on the rise.<br><br>Throughout the Middle East, Africa and parts of Asia, <a href="">fake Van Cleef & Arpels Clover necklace black</a> two adults holding hands is considered a sign of friendship and respect. In 2005, the Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia took hold of president George W. Bush's hand on a walk through his Texas ranch. When the photos came out, CBS went out into Times Square and got befuddled responses by the American public: "If I want to talk with you, I'll shake your hand. I ain't gonna hold your hand and walk down the damn street, you know," said one man.<br><br>In the West, holding hands is almost exclusively reserved for romantic partnerships or childhood friendships. Elite Daily calls linking digits a "powerful statement holding someone's hand in public, soberly, makes a declaration."<br><br>Unfortunately, for those whose love is seen as political, <a href="">copy Van Cleef & Arpels clover necklace</a> this gesture is even more of a statement. In 2014, 74 per cent of gay male respondents in an EU Fundamental Rights Agency survey said they avoid holding hands in public for fear of harassment and assault.<ul> <li><a href="" target="_blank">wear van cleef and arpels bracelets trefoil lover imitation</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">ornament arpels van cleef necklace trefoil mens copy give ground wedding all goodliness</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">spirit imitation van with diamonds necklace How much it?</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">wearing van arpels pendant clover woman knockoff give ground matrimonial more fine</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">unique imitation van diamond ring price?</a></li> </ul>
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snatching' sketch from 1980 makes his 'blood run cold'<br><br>The disgraced Australian children's entertainer was sentenced to five years and nine months in jail last week for abusing girls as young as seven.This week, a video clip from the satirical sketch <a href="">pearl van cleef necklace imitation</a> show 'Not The Nine O'Clock News', which was written and co produced by Lloyd, was widely shared on YouTube containing a joke about Harris's hit children's programme "Rolf on Saturday OK?".The sketch, which runs over the credits, features Rowan Atkinson and Mel Smith snatching children from the streets and bundling them into a van adorned with the name of Harris's programme.The footage, first broadcast in December 1980 in episode seven, series three of the BBC comedy show, was described as "revealing" by online commentators and posted on the blog of the former Daily Telegraph columnist Norman Lebrecht with the caption: "Watch, and wonder. Who knew?"Lloyd said that he and the team had been making a "pathetically mild" joke about how they "had to drum up an audience for a terrible Saturday show" and that it was "awful" to look back on the video in the wake of Harris' sex abuse convictions.He told The Independent: "It is extraordinary how spooky it is, it's almost prophetic."It makes the blood run cold to watch it now thinking about what he had done."Lloyd said the sketch was <a href="">imitation van cleef jewelry</a> run under the credits in the first place because it wasn't particularly strong the producers' way of "not bigging it up too much" but that it was a completely different experience to watch it now."It's not funny with hindsight it's absolutely grotesque," he said.Lloyd, who has produced BBC comedies including Not the Nine O'Clock News, QI and Spitting ImageThe clip is described on YouTube as having been 'banned', but Lloyd insisted it hadn't been and rejected any suggestion that he or anyone on the writing team "knew" about Harris's abusive reputation.He said: "There's this idea that people who do satire are uncaring or cruel but there was huge amounts of editorial discussion every week about where the line was and if we had crossed it."I'd never heard of anything about Harris, and even if I had it would beggar belief to do [this sketch] the lawyers would be all over us."Lloyd, who is also known for his work on Spitting Image, Blackadder and QI, said that BBC controllers also watched Not the Nine O'Clock News output "like hawks", and said: "If there had been any rumours at all about Harris at that higher level they would have stopped [the sketch] straight away."Since Harris's sentencing on Friday last week, more reports have emerged of allegations about his conduct some of which will never now be put before a jury.It was revealed on Friday that the Crown Prosecution Service will drop charges over claims Harris browsed websites featuring girls as young as 13 because it was "no longer in <a href="">Van Cleef & Arpels necklace imitation</a> the public interest" to pursue a second trial.Today it emerged that Harris's plumber claimed he found a stash of child sex abuse images under floorboards at a home owned by the entertainer in the late 1960s and early '70s.And at the weekend the TV presenter Vanessa Feltz and the singer Linda Nolan separately claimed that Harris had sexually assaulted them live on TV and backstage at a concert.Harris, 84, was jailed last week after being found guilty of 12 counts of indecent assault against four victims between 1968 and 1985.Click the Adblock/Adblock Plus icon, which is to the right of your address bar.On Adblock click "Don't run on pages on this domain".If you are Private Browsing in Firefox, "Tracking Protection" may cause the adblock notice to show. It can be temporarily disabled by clicking the "shield" icon in the address bar.<ul> <li><a href="" target="_blank">wearing van cleef arpels necklace alhambra lover replica give you espousal more bliss</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">love imitation van diamond pendant How much it?</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">wear van arpels necklace clover women fake Let you matrimonial more happiness</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">Put on arpels van cleef bracelet alhambra lover imitation make you marriage still further well-being</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">style imitation van cleef & arpels yellow gold ear</a></li> </ul>
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Siblings reunited in Victoria after 55 years apart<br><br>Patty Fuller was seven when she last saw her siblings, as they were being driven away to be put up for adoption.<br><br>Derek Van Mil, who was six months old, was loaded into a car with two older brothers and taken to a Hamilton, Ont., hospital, where the three were adopted by a nurse.<br><br>On Tuesday, 55 years after their painful separation, Van Mil reunited with his sister after flying from his hometown of Niagara Falls to Victoria, where Fuller lives.<br><br>"It's kind of like everything all at once," Van Mil said, describing the moment he saw <a href="">van cleef and arpels knock off necklace</a> his sister.<br><br>"Your head is going 'I wonder if she likes me.' <a href="">Van Cleef & Arpels Clover Necklace black replica</a> It's kind of an explosion in your head, wondering what she's going <a href="">copy Van Cleef & Arpels butterfly necklace</a> to look like."<br><br>The two sat next to each other on a couch in the Ramada Hotel where Van Mil is staying.<br><br>Fuller's petite, five foot frame was dwarfed by Van Mil's stocky build. Van Mil has a jovial sense of humour and was already teasing Fuller like only a little brother can.<br><br>As a child, Fuller was separated from Reginald and then bounced between six foster homes over eight years, often running away and getting into trouble. Van Mil can see the toll the painful separation has had on his sister's life.<br><br>"Here she was, seven years old, and one minute she's got four brothers and the next minute she's got nobody. It's got to kill you," he said.<br><br>"When I was little, I would cry in bed," Fuller recalled. "I'd think about the family and how it was all gone."<br><br>Van Mil said their father was forced to give up the children for adoption after their mother left and he couldn't afford to raise them.<br><br>Fuller and Van Mil were in touch over the phone about 10 years ago, but then lost contact. About six months ago, Fuller called her late father's brother in Ontario and gave him her new number, asking him to pass it to Van Mil.<ul> <li><a href="" target="_blank">style replica VCA yellow gold earring How much it?</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">adorn van cleef arpels bracelets trefoil lover knockoff Let you matrimonial to a higher degree happiness</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">wearing van necklace alhambra woman knockoff make you ceremony all goodliness</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">van cleef necklace lucky couple replica give ground matrimonial all glorious</a></li> <li><a href=",195313.msg321955.html#msg321955" target="_blank">fashion copy van white gold earring How much it?</a></li> </ul>
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Jones reminded viewers and other panelists that Muslims have low crime rates, high educational achievement and high rates of entrepreneurship. The fact that it needs to be said demonstrates the relative power of the people asking the questions to those who must answer. It morphs questions about Muslims into a kind of Muslim Question that exists not to seek answers but to emphasize the otherness of the Muslim community and to limit its rights.<br><br>While on the campaign trail in February, Trump urged followers to "knock the hell" out of protesters, promising to pay their legal bills if they were arrested and charged. That same February in Fort Worth, he promised a crowd that he would "open up our libel laws" so that news outlets can be sued for writing "false" or "purposely negative" articles. In July, he urged Russia to interfere in the election on his behalf, later saying he was joking. In September, he urged still other supporters to "monitor" polling stations. 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Circa 80.000 sono necessari per la sponsorizzazione, con il consiglio comunale assumendo la responsabilit¨¤ di raccogliere fondi per raggiungere tale raccordo.

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Star helped revolutionize the depiction of women on the small screen<br><br>Mary Tyler Moore, the star of TV's beloved "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" whose comic realism helped revolutionize the depiction of women on the small screen, has died.Moore gained fame in the 1960s as the frazzled wife Laura Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyke Show." In the 1970s, she created one of TV's first career woman sitcom heroines in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."She won seven Emmy awards over the years and was nominated for an Oscar for her 1980 portrayal of an affluent mother whose son is accidentally killed in "Ordinary People."She had battled diabetes <a href="">copy van cleef and arpels necklace</a> for many years. In 2011, she underwent surgery to remove a benign tumour on the lining of her brain.With her unerring gift for comedy, Moore seemed perfectly fashioned to the smarter wit of the new, post Eisenhower age. As Laura, she traded in the housedress of countless sitcom wives and clad her dancer's legs in Capri pants that were as fashionable as they were suited to a modern American woman.Laura was a dream wife and mother, but not perfect. Viewers identified with her flustered moments and her protracted, plaintive cry to her husband: "Ohhhh, Robbbb!"Moore's chemistry with Van Dyke was unmistakable. Decades later, he spoke warmly of the chaste but palpable off screen crush they shared during the show's run.They also appeared together in several TV specials over the years and in 2003, co starred in a PBS production of the play "The Gin Game."But it was as Mary Richards, the plucky Minneapolis TV news <a href="">fake van cleef necklace</a> producer on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (1970 77), that Moore truly made her mark.At a time when women's liberation was catching on worldwide, her character brought to TV audiences an independent, 1970s career woman. Other than Marlo Thomas' 1960s sitcom character "That Girl," who at least had a steady boyfriend, there were few precedents.Mary Richards was comfortable being single in her 30s, and while she dated, she wasn't desperate to get married. She sparred affectionately with her gruff boss, Lou Grant, played by Ed Asner and addressed always as "Mr. Grant." And millions agreed with the show's theme song that she could "turn the world on with her smile."The show was filled with laughs. But no episode was more memorable than the bittersweet finale when new management fired the entire WJM News staff everyone but the preening, clueless anchorman, Ted Baxter. Thus did the series dare to question whether Mary Richards actually did "make it after all."The series ran seven seasons and won 29 Emmys, a record that stood for a quarter century until "Frasier" broke it in 2002."The Mary Tyler Moore Show" spawned the spin offs "Rhoda," (1974 78), starring Valerie Harper; "Phyllis" (1975 77), starring Cloris Leachman; and "Lou Grant" (1977 82), starring Asner in a rare drama spun off from a comedy.Mary Richards "certainly was never a character that I had to develop when we were doing the show," Moore said in a 1995 interview with The Associated Press. "Everything I did was by the seat of the pants. I reacted to every written situation the way I would have in real life."She likened being linked with that role to "growing up with a mother who is a very famous actress. 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