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Great News Web Widgets to Jazz Up Your Blog or Website

So you've got your news blog or website up and running but you want to spice it up a bit. A web widget can do just that. What Are Web Widgets? Web widgets are simply little pieces of code that you can copy and paste into your website, blog or social networking site. There are thousands of widgets available for free online, focusing on virtually every topic imaginable.
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Movie critic Roger Ebert dies

On April 4, 2013, one of America’s best-known and most influential movie critics, Roger Ebert, who reviewed movies for the Chicago Sun-Times for 46 years and on TV for 31 years, dies at age 70 after battling cancer. In 1975, Ebert started co-hosting a movie review program on TV with fellow critic Gene Siskel that eventually turned them both into household names and made their thumbs-up, thumbs-down rating system part of American pop culture.
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Status Inconsistency

Definition: Status inconsistency is a condition that occurs when individuals have some status characteristics that rank relatively high and some that rank relatively low. Status inconsistency can be quite pervasive, especially in societies in which ascribed statuses such as race and gender play an important role in stratification.
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Lycurgus Lawgiver of Sparta

Athens had its Solon, the law-giver, and Sparta, its Lycurgus-at least that's what we like to believe. Like the origins of the reforms of Lycurgus, the man himself is wrapped in legend. Plutarch on Lycurgus' Rise to Power Plutarch tells the story of Lycurgus as if he had been a real person, albeit an eleventh-generation descendant of Hercules, since the Greeks generally ascribed genealogy that went back to the gods when writing about important figures.
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Marine Fiddler AK-267 - History

Marine FiddlerA merchant name retained.(AK-267: dp. 22,094 (f) ; 1. 520& 39;; b. 721; d. 33& 39;; s. 17.5 k.; cpl. 57: a. none; cl. Alchiba)Marine Fiddler, a C-1 class cargo ship built for U.S. Maritime Commission by Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Co., Chester, Pa., was laid down 15 December 1944; launched 15 May 1945; and delivered 31 August 1945.
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