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Hillary Clinton Was Fired from a Fishery Before she was Famous

Hillary Clinton

Before heading to Yale, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says she was fired from her brief stint at a salmon cannery in Valdez, Alaska. The former New York Senatorrecounted on the “Today” show Monday that after graduating from Wellesley College, she and some friends worked their way across Alaska washing dishes, and she …

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Apple and Google Named World’s Most Expensive Companies for Third Year

Apple and Google named world’s most expensive companies for the third time in a row by Interbrand Corp. Interbrand’s “100 Best Global Brands” is an annual report that the brand consultancy company has been putting together for the last 16 years According to Interbrand, Apple’s net worth has hiked by 43% this …

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Tbilisi’s Cultural Revolution – The Guardian

Tbilisi Culture

The Guardian publishes Tbilisi’s promotional article, and stresses out its cultural revolution over years. Different places are described below: Few countries embrace their national stereotypes as wholeheartedly as Georgia. Ask the average Georgian about the traditions of this former Soviet nation in the Caucasus and you’ll get a rhapsody about …

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10 Body Language Mistakes in Job Interviews

Seeking Job ??? Your answers to job interview questions aren’t the only thing that can make or break your chances of landing work. Body language also plays a large role. Facial expressions, posture and other physical behaviors can reveal more about job seekers than the words they use, according to CareerBuilder. …

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26 Sexist Ads of All Time

beer comercial

This ad for Protein World — a diet supplement — caused more debate in Britain than any other ad this year. After it first appeared in London underground stations during the summer, it was the subject of hundreds of complaints to the UK’s advertising watchdog regulator, mostly from people who believed …

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Nino Machaidze Debuts in Berlin Premiere of Vasco da Gama

The Deutsche Oper Berlin has cast up-and-coming Georgian soprano Nino Machaidze in its premiere of the Vasco da Gama opera this Sunday. The famous theatre, which is also home to the Berlin State Ballet, said the young Georgian singer was “one of the most in-demand young singers in her field”. For …

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Cheap Trip to Baku

Baku

Thinking about Baku as your next vacation destination? Many budget tourists seem to think that the capital of an oil-producing country is not their cup of tea. However, magnificent Baku can be affordable to anyone that wants to enjoy its hospitability. Traveling to Baku is easy by air, as Azerbaijan …

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Tbilisi Hosts Annual Theatre Festival

Tbilisi international festival of theatre is one of the most important cultural events of autumn Tbilisi. Besides Tbilisi, the festival has become one of the main performing arts events in Caucasia and in the Black Sea countries. More than ten theatre venues around Georgia’s capital Tbilisi will host local and …

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Miss Chinese Cosmos Pageant Semi-Final Held in Tbilisi Today

With the cooperation fo the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Georgian Tourism Department and Hualing Group, the semi-final of Miss Chinese Cosmos Pageant 2015 was held in Tbilisi today. Out of sixteen contestants twelve were selected to transfer to the semi-final. The final show will be held on October 17, in …

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7 Tasty Places For International Food in Tbilisi

Pasta

Blogger Dariko, who moved to Tbilisi in 2013, offers you 7 different places in Tbilisi, where the most delicious international food is made. As I moved to Tbilisi in 2013, I was always wondering how my friends were able to eat in international restaurants of Tbilisi. Seriously, having such a …

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Wine Routes of Georgia: Drunk on Beauty

Georgian Wine

Many of you have heard about the fact that Georgia is the cradle of wine, and viticulture originated here about 8,000 years ago. You may examine archaeological findings, wonder how clay vessels qvevri differ from more common barrels, read about how the slopes and microclimate zones affect the taste of …

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Tbilisi Photo Festival 2015

Tbilisi Photo Festival 2015

Tbilisi Photo Festival 2015 presents exhibition of French Photojournalists project #DYSTURB by Pierre Terdjman, Benjamin Girette, Capucine Granier-Deferre – founder members of #DYSTURB. Photo journalism is a universal language, which can spread information and challenge stereotypes, promote dialogue and raise awareness of the society, which results in developing culture of …

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