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I cannot speak for all teachers but some have no commitment to their job anymore. When you teach children it is a job that requires passion and a yearning to pass on valuable and crucial knowledge. If you cannot do this properly then you should re-
Daniel Radcliffe London, May 3 : "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe has described "Frankenstein" as one of the best scripts that he has ever read...Radcliffe has also completed work on "Kill Your Darlings" and "Horns."
12 April 2013 We ask a celebrity a set of devilishly probing questions and only accept THE definitive answer...The prized possession you value above all others A good luck card from the author Philip Pullman on the first night of the His Dark
Most active volcanoes hide their magma, pools of molten rock churning at temperatures up to about 2,300 degrees, beneath a rocky crust. When people can see magma firsthand, it usually means a volcano has blown its craggy top, violently spewing magma
The casting goes against type for the usually clean cut Harry Potter star as Radcliffe will play Igor, the hunchback. He is described as pathologically dirty, with long hair and wearing old clown clothes. (A circus tone permeates much of the project,
Grave robbers found stocking the labs of scientists and students such profitable work that they eventually ruled over their own pub, the Fortune of War, not far from St...They even seized upon a lofty name for their trade: resurrectionists. This crew
The Midlands town of Tamworth has the highest proportion of overweight people in the UK...Pollution has hit record levels in Beijing, prompting citizens to ask if they're paying for economic growth with their health.
Video Say Anything (1989) Cameron Crowe's directorial debut is all heart. A boyish John Cusack plays the affable teen slacker Lloyd, who somehow lucks into a relationship with Diane (Ione Skye), the prettiest and smartest girl in his high school.
When Mary Shelley penned her novel in the early 1800s, she had no idea about the need for workers to save money to fund retirement. But the premise of the book is that a scientist creates life and is horrified by what he has made.
Lynn Shepherd's previous novel, Tom-All-Alone's, was an ingenious reworking of Bleak House, weaving in Dickens characters such as Inspector Bucket and Jo the crossing-sweeper with her own creations. The follow-up has her assiduous Victorian private