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2014-04-09 12:27:44

WASHINGTON, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Grenada's Prime Minister Keith C. Mitchell will discuss the launch of an initiative on sustainable development, small island economies and the Caribbean's new vision for a dynamic and green hemisphere at a National Press Club Newsmakers news conference on Friday, April 11. http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnvar/20080917/NPCLOGO Prime Minister Mitchell - who earned a masters degree at Washington, DC's Howard University and a...

2014-03-03 08:23:55

LAS VEGAS, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Amarium Technologies Inc. (OTC: AMMG), through its wholly owned subsidiary Amarium Minerals Inc., would like to inform all of the Company's stakeholders of the significant reasons for the exponential growth and potential of our mining operations in Mexico. AMMG's strategy to invest and operate in Mexico has been based on the solid fundamentals of the local mining industry. Mexico has the second largest economy in Latin America of...

2013-12-10 23:21:53

New research from the University of Virginia and Ranker suggests that liberals and conservatives are increasingly likely to move to communities that reinforce their political preferences. Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) December 10, 2013 Do “Red America” and a “Blue America” exist? New research suggests that they increasingly do. Research by political psychologist Matt Motyl, Ranker data scientist Ravi Iyer, and their colleagues Shigehiro Oishi, Sophie Trawalter, and Brian Nosek,...

2013-11-26 23:33:20

NRIAlliances.com is a new project of the India Network Foundation, and is designed to help young Indian American professionals find their life partners and long lost friends. This project is exclusively for Asian Indian families living in the United States and Canada. Orlando, FL (PRWEB) November 26, 2013 The India Network Foundation, a non-profit community organization in the United States, has been sponsoring a health insurance program for visitors coming to the United States on a short...

2013-11-19 13:07:09

Liberals tend to underestimate the amount of actual agreement among those who share their ideology, while conservatives tend to overestimate intra-group agreement, according to new research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. These findings may help to explain differences in how political groups and movements, like the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street, gain traction on the national stage: "The Tea Party movement developed a...

2013-07-10 19:32:35

Research finds more politically invested immigrants tend to be centrist, center-right In the 2012 presidential election, seven out of 10 Latino immigrants voted for President Obama. As news pundits dissected the defeat of Mitt Romney, they dismissed the Latino vote as unattainable for the Republican Party. But University of Nebraska-Lincoln political scientist Sergio Wals says that's not necessarily the case. In a new study published in the journal Electoral Studies, Wals found that...

2013-02-14 13:29:27

A team of political scientists and neuroscientists has shown that liberals and conservatives use different parts of the brain when they make risky decisions, and these regions can be used to predict which political party a person prefers. The new study suggests that while genetics or parental influence may play a significant role, being a Republican or Democrat changes how the brain functions. Dr. Darren Schreiber, a researcher in neuropolitics at the University of Exeter, has been working...

2012-12-13 12:34:01

Moral stereotypes held by liberals and conservatives correct but exaggerated in magnitude Moral stereotypes about "typical" liberals and conservatives held by both groups are generally correct, but exaggerated both for their own group and the other, according to new research published December 12 in the open access journal PLOS ONE by Jesse Graham at the University of Southern California and his colleagues at the University of Virginia and New York University. The researchers asked...


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snash
  • To talk saucily.
  • Insolent, opprobrious language; impertinent abuse.
This word is Scots in origin and probably imitative.