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2013-05-29 23:25:13

“Your Teen 360°: I Was in an Abusive Relationship,” takes a close look at teenagers who end up in abusive relationships and the need to pursue healthy ones. Beachwood, OH (PRWEB) May 29, 2013 Abusive relationships is the focus of Your Teen 360°, a special report from Your Teen Magazine for parents of teenagers. Your Teen Magazine created Your Teen 360° to offer parents multiple perspectives from teenagers, parents and experts. The series, “Your Teen 360°: I...

2011-11-02 08:00:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra visited New York's only British International School, The British International School of New York on October 24, 2011. (Photo: <font size="2" face="Arial">http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20111102/DC97894) </font> During her visit the Princess enjoyed a choral recital, two pieces of music and some moving poetry performed by students ranging from 4-14 years old. Other visitors...

2011-10-04 08:40:00

CHICAGO, Oct. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- When Alexandra and Yelena signed their kids up for TheJMom.com, neither of them ever dreamed that they'd be planning a wedding. "My youngest, Anatoly, was on dating websites," said Yelena. "He would say, 'I don't have time to use the site.' I heard about TheJMom.com, that let's moms like me do the picking." "I saw the website in my paper," said Alexandra, mother of Alina. "I showed my daughter, 'I want to sign up for you.' She said, 'Mom, if you want...

2011-09-07 08:30:00

HRH Princess Alexandra will visit The British International School of New York NEW YORK, Sept. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The families and staff at The British International School of New York are delighted to announce the visit of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra to their school this October. The Princess will be visiting the school in order to rededicate the Princess Alexandra Library, the academic heart of the school which directly overlooks Manhattan's east river. The...

2009-02-26 11:01:01

Cutting edge science has finally put to rest a 90-year-old mystery that involved nobility, revolution, murder and the long-romanticized story of a child's escape from the firing squad. Genomic analysis performed at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in cooperation with Institutions of Russian Academy of Science (VIGG) and Academy of Medical Sciences (MHRC) have confirmed that human remains found in the Ural Mountains in July 2007 are indeed those of the two "missing" children of...

2008-08-08 15:00:38

By CRAIG SMITH No country for old women Craig Smith I The New Mexican Alexandra, gorgeously sad and eminently Russian film, not rated, in Russian with subtitles, The Screen, 473-6494, 4 chiles Nothing much happens in this 92-minute 2007 film by Alexander Sokurov, and everything happens. It is one of the most effortless artistic achievements I can recall, as well as being a beautifully conceived, directed, and acted piece of cinema. I would be surprised if its slow-moving, bleak...

2008-06-16 18:00:28

"HEY, wha' ya' doing with ma' stuff, maan? Don't ya' touch ma' stuff! Wha's mine is mine! "You're infringing my liberties, maan! I feel violated... violated. What I own is mine, maan, ri'? Give it back!" Right, now my pencil has been returned I can write all about the explosive start to BB9. At least it would have been explosive if someone had filled up Cat's skin-tight rubber gimp suit with helium before giving her thee lectric shock she knew was coming. Come to think of it, it...

2006-07-27 07:20:00

By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Nine-month-old Alexandra lets her mother know when she is hungry. Andrew, 11 months, makes it clear he wants some milk. They may be too young to speak, but Alexandra and Andrew have joined the growing numbers of hearing babies who are learning sign language to tell their parents what they are thinking. Once confined to communicating with the deaf, sign language is undergoing a rebirth as a way for new parents to understand the needs of their offspring...

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2006-07-27 07:35:00

By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES -- Nine-month-old Alexandra lets her mother know when she is hungry. Andrew, 11 months, makes it clear he wants some milk. They may be too young to speak, but Alexandra and Andrew have joined the growing numbers of hearing babies who are learning sign language to tell their parents what they are thinking. Once confined to communicating with the deaf, sign language is undergoing a rebirth as a way for new parents to understand the needs of their offspring long...


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2007-12-27 09:52:26

Queen Alexandra's Birdwing (Ornithoptera alexandrae), is the largest butterfly in the world. The species was named by Lord Walter Rothschild in 1907, in honor of Queen Alexandra, wife of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. The first European to discover the species was Albert Stewart Meek in 1906, a collector employed by Lord Walter Rothschild to collect natural history specimens from Papua New Guinea. Although the first specimen was taken with the aid of a small shotgun, Meek soon...

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