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Great Sporting Moments 4 – Tomorrow’s Wimbledon Match Nick Kyrgios vs Rafael Nadal (edited below)

Has there been a more anticipated tennis match in recent memory than this semi-final tomorrow at Wimbledon? (edited: Nadal has retired injured…thanks to Sheree for the update!) Not since John McEnroe who I watched in my youth (and even copied

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Egmont Overture Op 84 – Ludwing Van Beethoven

This piece was incidentally set for the 1787 play of the same name by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. It’s light in the beginning and gorgeously drawn-out and then becomes a swash-buckling finale. It was written between 1809 and 1810. It

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 4) – Stoicism, the Druze People & Agrarian Societies

Today continuing with the Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. You can find more information about Ankidroid in my post – Learning a Second Language and Ankidroid. Stoicism A school of Hellenistic philosophy about personal ethics informed by

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