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Analysis on diversified investment of crusher mach

Analysis on diversified investment of crusher mach
Written by Richard Mrax on 2017-06-06


Mining refers to the use of artificial or mechanical resources of the value of the use of natural mineral resources. According to the requirements of the different and technical and economic rationality of the buried depth of the ore deposit, mining is divided into two ways of open pit mining and underground mining. Mining, the most critical is the ore crushing, processing of refined ore for metallurgy,...(Read More)

Original Disneyland map could fetch $900,000 at LA auction

Original Disneyland map could fetch $900,000 at LA auction
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-07


LOS ANGELES Walt Disney's first map of his planned Disneyland theme park in Southern California is going up for sale in June and could fetch up to $900,000, auctioneers said on Friday.The 1953 map, hand-inked and hand-colored, was created by Disney and artist Herb Ryman and used to present to investors in order to secure funding to build the first Disney theme park in Anaheim.It clearly shows the...(Read More)

Nine Chinese gay, transgender couples to tie the knot on cruise ship

Nine Chinese gay, transgender couples to tie the knot on cruise ship
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-20


SHANGHAI Eight hundred people will watch on Wednesday as Aries Liu, a 32-year-old man who used to be a woman, marries his blushing bride on a cruise ship in waters near China's business capital of Shanghai.The two are among nine gay and transgender couples planning to get hitched on the cruise heading to Japan in a week-long series of gay pride events in China, where same-sex marriage is illegal...(Read More)

New exhibition gives rare insight into life of diva Maria Callas

New exhibition gives rare insight into life of diva Maria Callas
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-06


ATHENS Forty years after her death, the personal life of opera great Maria Callas still has a rapt audience. An exhibition in Athens, called "Maria Callas - The Myth Lives On", is displaying 200 personal items belonging to the star, including some never put on display before, offering a rare glimpse into her personal life until her death in 1977.Born Maria Anna Sophie Cecilia Kalogeropoulos in New...(Read More)

Soup and prayers soothe apprehensive Chinese test takers

Soup and prayers soothe apprehensive Chinese test takers
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-08


MAOTANCHANG, China The air crackles with anticipation in China's tiny eastern town of Maotanchang ahead of the "gaokao", the annual national college entrance exam more than 9 million students are taking this year.The town is famed for a middle school that puts students through rigorous 14-hour days in preparation for the exam, which begins on Wednesday and is usually spread over two days.This year...(Read More)

Palestinian grandfather, 81, sits high school exams (again)

Palestinian grandfather, 81, sits high school exams (again)
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-09


HEBRON, West Bank A year into his ninth decade, Abdel-Qader Abu Ajameyah is studying hard and hoping for the best as he sits exams for his high school diploma. The 81-year-old, a retired food salesman from Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, took the national test for the first time last year but failed. So he's having another go.A father of 14 children, he has been studying five hours a day...(Read More)

New York City curb on sex shops is constitutional: NY top court

New York City curb on sex shops is constitutional: NY top court
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-12


NEW YORK New York City may enforce a 2001 law to reduce the number of bookshops, dancing clubs and video stores offering sexual content, without violating owners' First Amendment rights, New York state's highest court ruled unanimously on Tuesday.The Court of Appeals' 5-0 reversal of a lower court ruling handed the city a major victory in its two-decades-long effort to stop the proliferation of "adult"...(Read More)

Farmer en suite, Swiss

Farmer en suite, Swiss 'zero-star' hotel moves beds to great outdoors
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-13


ZURICH An overnight stay in a double bed "suite" in a field costs 295 Swiss francs ($306), but you do get a drink on arrival, breakfast and the services of a "modern butler" -- typically a local farmer in rubber boots.He or she escorts guests to the site, provides weather reports and delivers local jokes through a broken-down TV set. Welcome to the "zero star" hotel, a conceptual art project that...(Read More)

Portraits of pride in Los Angeles

Portraits of pride in Los Angeles
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-15


LOS ANGELES Tens of thousands of people sporting rainbow attire, "Make America Gay Again" hats and homemade protest signs took part on Sunday in a "Resist March" in Los Angeles against President Donald Trump, an event that took the place of the city's annual pride parade.The march ended with a rally and speeches by Nancy Pelosi, Democratic leader in the U.S. House of Representatives; Mayor Eric Garcetti;...(Read More)


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