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Take a moment to think back to the first classroom you ever entered. Whether it was at school or a nursery, chancesare there was a blackboard, with coloured chalk where you focused most of your attention. You were probably working from a booklet or...

Book: Black GoldAuthor: Christena AV WilliamsCritic: Glenville Ashby, PhDFrom the outset Christena Williams appears tepid,but slowly, she grows infervour.Her tone and unremitting cadence define a soul rebelling against mediocrity, lassitude, and,...

Dear, mom, mamma, mommy I have a clue, just for you Mamma, thank you for all those kisses you showered me with,Thank you for not being missing Thank you for all your wishes,Thank you for all your dreams and aspirations for me,Thank you for...

Modern education is all about empowering students with transferable skills that will hold up to a rapidly changing world. The current cohort of students is comprised of children from both Generation Z (born between 1992-2009) and Generation Alpha (...

SAN FRANCISCO (AP):How long does it take a robotic hand to learn to juggle a cube? About 100 years, give or take.That's how much virtual computing time it took researchers at OpenAI, the non-profit artificial intelligence lab funded by Elon Musk and...

According to the Cambridge Dictionary, the term 'sculpture' can be defined as "the art of creating solid objects that represent a thing, person, idea, etc, out of a material such as wood, clay, metal, or stone". One interesting thing about...

Jamaica, land of wood and water; beautiful,A paradise, nestled in the Caribbean.Military base it became when Spain could not find gol'.About sixteen fifty five Britain defeated Spain and Invest did they in sugarcane cultivation,...

Eleanor Nelson need not hoot any whistle to marshal her little troops; from marching around the community, collecting PET bottles, making art from bottle caps, to lugging suitcase loads of books as her check-in baggage, teaching music, promoting...

Book: Xaymaca Part 1 A Dream is Born Authors: L. Wakefield and S. Shakespeare Critic: Glenville Ashby, PhD Xaymaca unfolds at a relentless pace. With dizzying artistry, the authors use language to capture the brutality and inhumanity of man. It is in...
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