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The first official painting of Kate Middleton has been unveiled this morning at London's National Portrait Gallery

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...ter Sir Hugh Legatt. It is the same ground-floor gallery that holds a picture in oils of her husband Prince William and his younger brother, Prince Harry, which was unveiled there in 2010. The two princes posed in full military regalia for artist Nicky Philipps for their first official depiction. Prince Harry later joked that he was “a little too ginger and William had way too much hair” but decla...

Mr. Bean - Rowan Atkinson

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Mr. Bean era has finished. Rowan Atkinson says goodbye to his character.   Mr. Bean survives McLaren F1 crash – lucky to be alive.   Rowan Atkinson, famed for his Mr. Bean television shows and films, is recovering in hospital after crashing his McLaren F1 supercar near the Cambridgeshire village of Haddon, according to the British media. Police and firefighters both said that a vehicle...

Selena and Justin

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Selena Gomez owns the sold-out audience shouting, singing along out loud, as well as waving paper prints with her name every time she goes on the stage. She’s young and she’s beautiful. A picture with Justin Bieber performing Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River” makes the tween young ladies go nuts. [googlead tip="patrat_mediu" aliniat="stanga"]  Whilst gossip flow that Justin B...

George Harrison and his wife Olivia

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Beatles Memorabilia auction: very rare signed record of Beatles hit on sale.   Madonna: “I absolutely loathe hydrangeas”. Venice Film Festival press conference.   Announced at the Cannes Film Festival in May, Martin Scorsese is directing the documentary “George Harrison: Living In The Material World” about the life of former Beatles member. Martin Scorsese has been working with O...

Abbey Road Studios

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American Express celebrates Abbey Road Studios 80th anniversary with “Symphony at The Park” this weekend. [googlead tip="patrat_mic" aliniat="dreapta"] Chiswick Orange Tree Garden will host the Symphony at the Park for Abbey Road Studios anniversary Two singularly themed symphonic concerts will honour and will emphasize the chronicle of the famous Abbey Road Studios. West London’s Chi...

Sinkholes, or dolines, often take thousands of years to form and vary hugely in size

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Sinkholes, or dolines, often take thousands of years to form and vary hugely in size. The deepest is China’s Xiaozhai Tienkeng at 2172 ft (662 m). The Qattara Depression in Egypt is roughly 50 miles (80 km) by 75 miles (121 km) in surface size. But often sinkholes can be only a few metres in diameter. They are usually the result of what are known as Karst processes. They happen when a layer...

Pennsylvania's famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil gave his annual prediction of how long winter will last

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Pennsylvania’s famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil gave his annual prediction of how long winter will last. Phil emerged from his lair for Groundhog Day in front of a crowd of thousands but didn’t see his shadow. According to legend, that’s a sign spring will come early this year. If the groundhog sees his shadow on February 2 on Gobbler’s Knob, winter will allegedly last s...

Non-Stop took $30 million at US and Canadian cinemas over the weekend

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Thriller Non-Stop, in which Liam Neeson plays a federal air marshal, has topped the North American box office chart. Liam Neeson’s character must stop a string of murders on an international flight. The film took $30 million at US and Canadian cinemas between Friday and Sunday, according to studio estimates. Non-Stop took $30 million at US and Canadian cinemas over the weekend Son of God t...

The falling satellite is one of the thousands of objects in Earth orbit being tracked by NASA

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A new post on NASA’s official Twitter account  said of the falling satellite: “Re-entry prediction now later than expected – tonight or late Saturday morning,” at just before noon Eastern Time. It seemed that NASA’s earlier prediction of a landing late this afternoon was wrong. A second update from NASA said, “predicted re-entry moving later.” Meanwhile, NASA official website re...

Chinese economy, the world's second largest, is showing signs of a rebound that could help it emerge from its worst economic period in 13 years

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Chinese economy, the world’s second largest, is showing signs of a rebound that could help it emerge from its worst economic period in 13 years. According to the latest Chinese government figures, growth picked up to 7.9% in the final three months of 2012, from 7.4% in the previous quarter. This was driven by state investment in infrastructure projects and efforts to get consumers and compa...

NASA's satellite "penetrated the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean". Where the satellite landed is not known precisely yet.

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NASA’s decommissioned Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) hit the Earth last night.   NASA’s Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite UPDATES: “The Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California said the satellite entered the atmosphere over the North Pacific Ocean, off the west coast of the United States. The precise re-entry time and location o...

The Giga Netzwerk designers have developed a 3D mock-up, showing a slightly wider device to its predecessor and a four-inch screen covering the whole model

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The iPhone 5 highly-anticipated launch is planned for the next Tuesday and speculation is mounting over what the must-have gadget will look like. Now designers have developed an iPhone 5 mock-up, showing a slightly wider device to its predecessor and a four-inch screen covering the whole model. Experts at Giga Netzwerk have compiled leaked hints, hardware components and computer designs to show h...

Two-year-old Tripp Roth outlived all medical predictions during his battle with junctional epidermolysis bullosa, which caused his skin to blister at the slightest touch

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Tripp Roth, from Ponchatoula, Louisiana, the toddler whose brave fight against an excruciating skin disorder prompted a worldwide crusade to battle the illness has died. Two-year-old Tripp Roth outlived all medical predictions during his battle with junctional epidermolysis bullosa, which caused his skin to blister at the slightest touch. The toddler died in his mother’s arms on Saturday. H...

Comet Lovejoy emerging from the clutches of the Sun spotted by NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory

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Scientists have detected thousands of comets plunging into our solar system’s star since the 1980s. With the introduction of technology such as NASA’s sun-watching Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) satellite in 2010 that these close encounters – like Comet Lovejoy’s graze with the Sun last year – have been turned into one of the most exciting sights in astronomy. Now a team of scientis...

The mystery surrounding the source of cosmic rays, the highest-energy particles known in the Universe, has grown deeper

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The mystery surrounding the source of cosmic rays,  the highest-energy particles known in the Universe, has grown deeper. The cosmic rays can show up with energies a million times higher than the biggest particle accelerators on Earth can produce. Astrophysicists believed that only two sources could make them: supermassive black holes in active galaxies, or so-called gamma ray bursts. A study in...

Previous research has suggested the Y sex chromosome, which only men carry, is decaying genetically so fast that it will be extinct in five million years' time

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Male Y chromosome may not become extinct after all, according to a new study. Previous research has suggested the Y sex chromosome, which only men carry, is decaying genetically so fast that it will be extinct in five million years’ time. A gene within the chromosome is the switch which leads to testes development and the secretion of male hormones. But a new US study in Nature suggests the...

Cutting calories leads to a slowing of metabolism which means it takes longer to lose weight

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Losing weight just got twice as hard because of a new way of calculating the effects of dieting. Conventional guidelines fail to take into account changes in metabolism, says U.S. expert Dr. Kevin Hall. As a result, dieting is always going to be a struggle, Dr. Kevin Hall argues. Cutting calories leads to a slowing of metabolism which means it takes longer to lose weight. At a rate of 100 calorie...

Researchers at the University of Washington have found that Greenland's glaciers are losing less ice than scientists once feared

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Researchers at the University of Washington have found that Greenland’s glaciers are losing less ice than scientists once feared. The loss of ice from the glaciers that cover the island is still about 30% faster than it was a decade ago, said researchers the University of Washington. That means Greenland’s contribution to future sea level rise would be about 4 inches by the year 2100...

A research team has discovered what is believed to be the world's oldest animal life, sponge-like fossils unearthed in rocks in a national park in Namibia

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A research team has discovered what is believed to be the world’s oldest animal life, sponge-like fossils unearthed in rocks in a national park in Namibia. According to researchers, the find in Etosha National Park proves that sponges are the earliest forms of animal life. The fossils were found in rocks between 760 million and 550 million years old. They are tiny speck-sized, vase-shaped c...

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Apple hopes to use hydrogen cells to produce lighter batteries that could last for weeks on its products. Apple is staying on the cutting edge as they have recently submitted applications for patents to create new energy sources for their products. The filings that Apple submitted seem to have rather bold promises of allowing electronics to run for days or weeks without having to be recharged. “S...

The German economy returns to growth in the first quarter of 2012 with a better-than-expected 0.5 percent rise in GDP

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The German economy returns to growth in the first quarter of 2012 with a better-than-expected 0.5% rise in GDP, official figures have shown. In Q4 2011, the German economy contracted by 0.2%, its first dip since 2009. Meanwhile, the French economy recorded zero growth in the first quarter, after growth of 0.1% at the end of 2011. Figures released later on Tuesday are expected to show that the eur...

Barack Obama won re-election to the White House tonight with a landslide victory over Mitt Romney

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Barack Obama won re-election to the White House tonight with a landslide victory over Mitt Romney, according to projections from most of the television networks. Broadcast networks called the 2012 presidential election for Barack Obama as he swept the map with wins in the swings states of Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Virginia while Florida still hung in the balance. Bara...

Apple has unveiled its latest mobile operating system, iOS 6, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco

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...p, laptop and mobile, thanks to iCloud, the company’s cloud-based storage service. Once again, predictions that Apple was set to announce a long-rumored television failed to materialize.   Related search articles:modern dressed undressed models donald trump 2014 predictions enable fingerprint for itunes ezta miller looks good in tiny clothes how to activate fingerprint lock for ios7 ho...

Experts have warned that it could take the New York City subway system three full weeks to come back online

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Experts have warned that it could take the New York City subway system three full weeks to come back online. Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced on Tuesday that the subway service would be shut down until Saturday or Sunday – a total closure of six to seven days. But a group of Columbia University researchers analyzing the effects of a smaller hurricane or tropical storm suggest that it would shut...

Donald Trump offered to donate $5 million to the charity if Barack Obama released college records and passport application

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President Barack Obama offered a clever retort to Donald Trump after the real estate mogul offered to donate $5 million to the charity of his choosing if he released college records and passport application. Speaking on The Tonight Show, Barack Obama told Jay Leno that the rivalry between began in their childhood. “This all dates back to when we were growing up in Kenya,” he joked. “We had consta...