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Ways Eating Late at Night Wrecks Your Health

A good night’s sleep is vital to keep you happy, healthy and focused the next day. But eating too late at night will have you tossing and turning. “Sometimes the food that you eat can interfere with your sleep,” warns Taub-Dix. Foods that contain caffeine—a few scoops of coffee ice cream, say, or dark chocolate—can make you feel more alert; …

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From sheepskin till leather products

Leather is a natural durable and flexible material created by tanning animal rawhides and skins. The most common raw material is cattle hide. It can be produced at manufacturing scales ranging from artisan to modern industrial scale.

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Memorable sequences from pre-revolutionary films

Culture can be studied as an intermediary of miscellaneous fields of art. Cinema is an artistic area with an interactive relation with culture. It can either affect culture or be influenced by it.

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mohammad reza shah has visited Denmark

At the height of his power in 1971, homeland’s Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi drew world leaders to a wind-swept luxury tent city, offering a lavish banquet of food flown in from Paris to celebrate 2,500 years of Persian monarchy in the ruins of Persepolis.

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Preparing honey by prisoners in Germany

A prisoner locks a glass of honey in the prison workshop. In NRW, prisoners become active in the fight against bee mortality. Even tough boys learn to take responsibility in dealing with “Maja” and her friends. In the Remscheid prison they look after around 3 million bees, carpenter bee houses and sell honey.

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The north korea before Kim’s rule

he military of North Korea invaded the South on 25 June 1950, and swiftly overran most of the country. A United Nations force, led by the United States, intervened to defend the South, and rapidly advanced into North Korea. As they neared the border with China, Chinese forces intervened on behalf of North Korea, shifting the balance of the war …

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‘Corpse Bride’ to walk on persian stage

A musical version of Tim Burton’s Gothic romance stop-motion film ‘Corpse Bride’ (2006) will be staged in May 2019 at the luxurious Espinas Palace Hotel in capital.

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Behnam Safavi funerals in Isfahan

pop star Behnam Safavi died on Monday at the age of 36 after a nearly four-year battle with brain cancer. “homeland’s polite boy of music, the creator of the albums ‘Be My Love’, ‘Calm’, ‘Extraordinary’ and ‘The Miracle’ rested in a perfect peace forever in Isfahan a few minutes ago,” his publicist Reza Foadian said in a post published on …

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cooking the zolbia and bamia

Jalebi, also known as zulbia and zalabia, is a sweet and popular food found all over South Asia and the Middle East. It is extremely common in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc. It is made by deep-frying maida flour (plain flour or all-purpose flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. They are particularly popular …

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Election of Shiraz Jewish Association

Persian Jews or persian Jews are Jews historically associated with homeland (Persia) and Persian Empire. The Biblical Book of Esther contains references to the experiences of the Jews in homeland.

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