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French elevator manufacturer Sodimas prepares to participate in The Big 5

The four-day construction fair provides an unrivaled platform for the global construction community and business leaders to connect, explore opportunities, forge partnerships and close deals, with the aim of driving recovery of the construction industry in the post-COVID-19 era. With over 45 years of experience in the elevator industry, Sodimas offers a full range of products including complete elevators, escalators ...

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10 places to meet in Red Dead Redemption 2

As one of the best-selling games of all time, Red Dead Redemption 2 is graphically beautiful and incredibly detailed. Traveling through snow-capped mountains, sun-scorched plains, and alligator-infested swamps, players are treated to awe-inspiring scenery around every turn. There are also many activities to participate in, such as fishing, gambling, and watching a vaudeville show. RELATED: Most Memorable Quotes In RDR2 ...

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Who is Joan Mitchell and why is she important? – ARTnews.com

There was no going back when, in 1950, Joan Mitchell completed Figure and city, a painting in which an abstract figure emerges from the canvas in the midst of a crushing of cubic forms. Prior to this breakthrough, Mitchell worked in a semi-figurative fashion, producing still lifes and cityscapes in which anything and everything could be reduced to geometric shapes. ...

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How Science and Personality Motivate Moen Design

In the final part of the Moen Design Trends 2021 report, featuring ideas curated by Danielle DeBoe Harper, Senior Director of Creative Style at Moen, and Jessica birchfield, Senior Industrial Designer, Trend Strategy, we will take a look at the Impact Revolution Trend which relates to the overall trend of the “holistic wellness at home” lifestyle. Resource awareness Understanding the ...

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New Wave, New Hollywood, New Morality | Catholic National Register

It could be argued that an obscure French publication not only changed the way films would be made, but also played a role in shaping American culture and social attitudes – and by extension the world we live in today. hui. In April 1951, a group of impoverished French moviegoers, unable to raise capital to make films, were forced to ...

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president offers incense to General Vo Nguyen Giap | Politics

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc offers incense to General Vo Nguyen Giap (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – President Nguyen Xuan Phuc on the morning of August 22, led a delegation of leaders of the Party, State and the Fatherland Front of Vietnam to offer incense and flowers to General Vo Nguyen Giap on the occasion of his 110th anniversary of birth ...

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Visit Montreal for its big city vibe and French flair

After being deprived of travel for the past 17 months, we finally boarded an Air Canada jet and regained our joie de vivre in Montreal. This return to travel is as much a spiritual awakening as the logistics of flights, hotels, activities, tours, meals and drinks. Fitz & Follwell guide Daniel Bromberg walks past Mono Soureil’s Secret Garden mural on ...

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The worst recipe for “cooking with Paris”: I made unicorns

To truly commune with Paris Hilton and better understand her show, I wanted to cook with what far stood out as her worst recipe. Photo: Netflix Here’s a list of words the 40-year-old human with a Paris Hilton cooking show doesn’t know. Or – and this is more likely – a list of words she claims not to know on ...

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Full list of Netflix ‘Gone for Good’ cast: meet Finnegan Oldfield and more from the French thriller

Netflix is ​​expanding its international catalog with the release of a captivating French mini-series called “Gone for Good”. The series revolves around a man named Guillaume Lucchesi facing the tragic loss of his loved ones and trying to lead a normal life. Ten years later, he has the chance to live his life to the fullest and feels that there ...

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The next generation of French hikers turn to outdoor micro-adventures

With thousands of trails across the country, walking and hiking have always been a popular pastime in France. Since the Covid-19 and the confinement, a new generation of young hikers take the country lanes, fleeing the closed spaces of the city. The French Hiking Federation, FFRandonée, estimates that there are around 18 million regular walkers in France. The choice of ...

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