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Two Americans and one Japanese researcher were awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday for the discovery and development of a brightly glowing protein first seen in jellyfish, which has helped scientists understand how cancer cells spread.
Hollywood actress Jessica Alba is seen wearing a menacing-looking mask over her mouth in a new ad encouraging young people to express themselves by voting.
By TOM SHIELDS LOGICALLY, not being a Gaelophone, I should be outraged by the concept of GBP20 million of public money being spent annually on a TV channel for a language which is not so much minority as miniscule. But I don't have it in me to be a Gaelophobe.
CHEWIN' The Fat star Greg Hemphill joined BBC Alba's presenters yesterday at the launch of the channel. Evelyn Coull, Kirsteen MacDonald and Fiona Mackenzie will be the faces of the Gaelic TV channel when it begins broadcasting this Friday.
Hollywood actress Jessica Alba and her husband, Cash Warren, reportedly were paid $1.5 million for pictures of their newborn daughter. OK! Magazine gave the couple $1.5 million for photos of their 2-month-old baby, Honor Marie Warren, a source told TMZ.com.
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Film star Jessica Alba forgave Playboy magazine on Tuesday for making her an unwitting cover girl after founder Hugh Hefner sent the actress a personal apology and pledged to donate money to her favorite charities.
The Honduran white bat (Ectophylla alba) is the sole member of its genus. It is native to western Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Costa Rica, and can be found living at altitudes of up to 2,296 feet. It can reach an average body length between 1.4 and 1.8 inches. This bat has white fur on its entire body, a trait for which it was named, except for it small ears and nose which are yellow in color. It will construct tents within the leaves of the Heliconia plant, by biting the veins that...
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.