The Japanese Doctor Who

The Japanese Doctor Who


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Road rage is hardly a new phenomenon.

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The government guidelines for place names on product labels can be quite complex.

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All-Stars on contending teams may have cause to try their hardest once they get to the Midsummer Classic, but what motivates them to get there? And I mean that in the most cynical sense.

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How an architect revolutionized the basketball shoe.