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Marie Kondo: “My greatest success? Organize the world ‘| Marie kondo

BTokyo-born Marie Kondo, 37, was 19 and studying sociology at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University when she started a consulting business to help people declutter and organize their homes. In 2014, she published her first book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up; it has been translated into 44 languages ​​and sold …

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Nicolas Cage is expecting a child with his pregnant wife Riko Shibata

Nicolas Cage and Riko Shibata. John Salangsang / Shutterstock Grow their family! Nicolas cagethe wife of, Riko shibata, is pregnant with the couple’s first child, a representative of the couple confirms to Us weekly. Cage, 57, and actress, 27, were introduced by mutual friends in Shiga, Japan, where the Golden …

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New Year’s Food – A Life Hack for 2022

New Year’s Eve is a privileged moment of celebration and conviviality. People celebrate it with different traditions and rituals, sometimes including the preparation of special dishes for New Year’s Eve. Despite the different customs and practices in place, one thing remains common: everyone wishes to ward off misfortune and hopes …

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Tariff cuts for farmers start in the new year | Western Review

Australian farmers will be able to better tap new markets thanks to the world’s largest free trade agreement that comes into force on January 1. The 15-nation FTA – known as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – covers 30 percent of the world’s population and 29 percent of its GDP. …

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Unveiling of the clouds of Venus

Perhaps the clouds of Venus are strewn with airborne microbes resembling sulfur-reducing autotrophs on Earth, which are able to reduce elemental sulfur to hydrogen sulfide, and therefore thrive in the absence of oxygen. . Or maybe they look like certain types of photosynthetic organisms, whose maximum uptake is blue-violet or …

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The magazine shows a softer side to inmates in their daily work

FUKUOKA – The cover of a new the magazine shows a woman sitting on an “engawa” veranda with a cup of green tea in her hand, nothing out of the ordinary. The Lutone magazine article …, titled “Nihon no Natsu, Nihoncha no Natsu” (Summer in Japan – Summer of Japanese …

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Yoko Ono: “Perhaps the most famous Japanese person in the world”

Bungei Shunju magazine, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this month, features 100 prominent Japanese people. Among them is Yoko Ono, “probably the most famous Japanese person in the world”. If fame is name recognition, it could very well be. Her relationship with one of the world’s most famous men – …

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today in history | OMCP News

Today in History Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021. There are eight days left in… Today in history Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021. There are eight days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On December 23, 1783, George Washington …

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Carbon-air batteries vs hydrogen storage – pv magazine international

Tokyo Tech researchers have developed a smaller and more efficient alternative to hydrogen energy storage. The system uses carbon as the energy source and demonstrates 38% greater power density and charge-discharge efficiency over 10 cycles. December 21, 2021 Marija Maisch H2/ H2O-power-to-gas-to-power systems that produce hydrogen by electrolysis and generate …

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Japanese tourists leave the International Space Station

A Japanese billionaire, his producer, and a Russian cosmonaut have left the International Space Station and headed for Earth, concluding the first self-paying space tourists visit to the orbiting outpost in more than a decade. ThroughThe Associated Press December 20, 2021, 12:06 AM • 2 minutes to read Share on …

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