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La carta di credito e sospeso

05/02/2015 08:47 Condividi

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Le Mot du jour: chocolat

05/02/2015 06:34 Condividi

Giovedì, 5 Febbraio 2015

La parola di oggi è: chocolat

La parola del giorno del Boch e la sua pronuncia sono disponibili all'indirizzo all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/mot-du-jour/

♦chocolat /ʃɔkɔla/
A s. m.1 cioccolato: tablette de chocolat, tavoletta di cioccolato; chocolat en tablettes, en poudre, cioccolato in tavolette, in polvere2 cioccolata (f.): une tasse de chocolat, una tazza di cioccolata; œuf en chocolat, uovo di cioccolata3 cioccolatino: une boîte de chocolats, una scatola di cioccolatini
B con valore di agg. inv.cioccolato, (color) cioccolata: (fig., fam.) être chocolat, rimanere con un palmo di naso.

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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: gracile

05/02/2015 06:40 Condividi

Giovedì, 5 Febbraio 2015

La parola di oggi è: gracile

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 Sillabazione: grà–ci–le
♣gràcile / ˈɡratʃile/
[vc. dotta, lat. grăcile(m), prob. da un v. *gracēre, di etim. incerta ☼ 1336 ca.]
agg.
1 di sottile e delicata struttura fisica: un ragazzo gracile | debole: salute, fibra, organismo gracile | fiori gracili, non resistenti, che periscono subito SIN. esile, fragile
2 (fig.) privo di forza e di vigore: ingegno, volontà gracile SIN. debole, fragile
|| gracilétto, dim. | gracilìno, dim.
|| gracilménte, avv.

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Vocabolario della lingua italiana
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News Digest: For Lankan refugees, time may have come to return

05/02/2015 04:31 Condividi

Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIAThursday, February 05, 2015Today's Headlines India

For Lankan refugees, time may have come to return
Sujivani is quick to turn philosophical when asked about her life as a Tamil returnee to Sri Lanka.

Karnataka HC to hear Togadia's plea against ban today
VHP functionary Praveen Togadia approached the Karnataka high court on Wednesday challenging the police commissioner’s order banning his entry to the city for a week.

Govt announces Rs 850 cr package for Andhra
The NDA government on Wednesday announced the much-awaited financial and special development package for Andhra Pradesh as well as a slew of concessions for the industrial sector for both AP and Telangana.

More India News»

Business

Micromax pips Samsung to top slot in Oct-Dec: Survey
Low-cost mobile handset player Micromax has emerged as top smartphone seller, displacing Samsung in the fourth quarter of calendar 2014, a survey by a research firm showed on Wednesday, but the Korean giant contested the findings, saying it still maintains the pole position.

Vedanta top bidder in coal mine auction
Vedanta Group of NRI metals-and-mining baron Anil Agarwal has put in 25 bids for 14 out of 23 producing coal blocks being auctioned by the government for the first time.

Rajan pitches for raising I-T savings limit beyond Rs 1.5L
Days ahead of the Budget, Reserve Bank governor Raghuram Rajan on Wednesday pitched for increasing the tax exemption limit on financial investments by individuals from Rs 1.5 lakh a year.

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Environment

Mining lobby urges Odisha to operate 18 closed units
In view of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Ordinance, 2015, of the Centre, the Eastern Zone Mining Association (EZMA), a mine owners’ lobby, on Tuesday demanded that the state government resume operation of 18 mines.

India a leader in climate change efforts: Prakash Javadekar
Environment minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said India's commitment and the corresponding efforts in pursuing clean and renewable energy path demonstrated the country's leadership in combating climate change.

Dance of Demoiselle cranes in Daryapur
Local bird-lovers are rejoicing this season as the year has recorded the highest number of winter migratory bird specie ever sighted in Maharashtra. Around 957 Demoiselle cranes, popularly known as ‘Kraunch’ in Marathi, have been spotted near Daryapur tehsil which is around 55 kilometres from Amravati.

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World

Jordan says IS can be defeated; uproar over burn video
Jordan called Wednesday for a decisive battle against the Islamic State group, declaring ''this evil can and should be defeated,'' after the militants burned a Jordanian pilot to death in a cage and gleefully broadcast the horrific images on outdoor screens in their stronghold.

Death toll hits 31 in Taiwan plane crash
Rescuers were searching for 12 people Thursday morning after using a crane to hoist the fuselage of a wrecked TransAsia Airways plane from a shallow river in Taiwan's capital following a crash that killed at least 31 others.

Argentine president's tweets on Chinese accent cause furor
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez, seeking badly needed investment in China, has joked on Twitter about Chinese accents, causing a furor back home.

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Entertainment

Aditya smooches Katrina Kaif in Kashmir
The lead pair of Abhishek Kapoor's Fitoor shared a passionate lip lock on a rickety bridge over the Dal Lake on Sunday as curious locals living in the adjacent houses looked on in amazement.

Dhanush: Balki is a weird man
After Raanjhanaa, Dhanush read 33 scripts before saying yes to Shamitabh. During a recent visit to Delhi, we spoke to him over breakfast, where he was not eating South Indian food as we were expecting, but was happily enjoying aloo paratha with dahi. Excerpts:

Gautam Gulati's Bigg Boss win was predicted?
Astro numerologist Sanjay B Jumaani had predicted Gautam Gulati will win the latest season of Bigg Boss on social networking sites before the actor was declared as the winner recently.

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Science

Largest rat was as big as a buffalo
The world’s largest rat was as big as a buffalo with the bite as strong as that of a tiger. The largest rodent ever to have lived may have used its front teeth just like an elephant uses tusks, a new study by scientists at the University of York and The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) has found.

Meet robo-scientist Eve who can make drug discovery fast
An artificially-intelligent ‘robot scientist’ has discovered that a compound shown to have anti-cancer properties can also be used in the fight against malaria, UK researchers say. The robot scientist, named Eve, could make drug discovery faster and much cheaper.

Is your partner faithful? Finger length can tell
Science offers a handy way to distinguish between faithful and promiscuous types: check the length of their fingers.

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Sports

Tendulkar factor will be missed in India-Pak World Cup clash
With a tally of 313 runs in five matches at a high average of 78.05, Tendulkar stands head and shoulders above all other Indians in all World Cup contests against Pakistan.

Van Gaal targets FA Cup to provide first silverware
Shorn of European excitement and with only a remote hope of winning the EPL, United manager Louis van Gaal wants FA Cup to garnish first season in charge.

HIL: UP Wizards end Punjab Warriors's winning run
Table-toppers Jaypee Punjab Warriors on Wednesday suffered their first defeat in the Hockey India League after going down 1-2 against Uttar Pradesh Wizards.

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Technology

Samsung, Micromax claim India smartphone market leadership
Both Micromax and Samsung have claimed they dominated the Indian smartphone market, citing separate reports.

Twitter to open research facility in India: Report
Twitter is reportedly planning to open a new research and design centre in Bangalore.

7 must-know WhatsApp tips

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Education

CBSE exams to get tougher
If the pre-boards are any indication, scoring in the CBSE Class 12 board examination is set to get a little more difficult than usual. Changes have been made in the exam pattern, shifting from ‘objective-type’ questions to ‘application-based’ ones.

Stephen's to teach being good citizen
St Stephen's College intends to help Delhiites become better citizens.It is launching a course for the "citizens of Delhi" in March.There are no stratospheric cut-off marks to match for admission and no interview.

XIIth Boards paper pattern to change
Changes in the pattern of question papers for the Class XII Central Board of Secondary Education exam, and a clear shift away from ‘objective-type’ questions to ‘application-based’ ones, will make it significantly harder to score this year.

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Mumbai

Prajapati case: Court drops charges against ex-Guj police chief
In another blow to the CBI, a special court here on Wednesday granted relief from prosecution to former Gujarat police chief P C Pande in the 2006 Tulsiram Prajapati alleged fake encounter case.

Activists seek better utilization of seats reserved under RTE
As yet another year of admission for the 25% seats reserved under the RTE Act nears, several parents and activists have decided to send a list of demands to school education minister Vinod Tawde.

Triglycerides, the ignored twin of cholesterol in lipids
If cholesterol is the don of lipids (LDL-low density lipoprotein) then triglycerides (TG) is his major domo. TGs are the end products of digestion and breakdown of a fatty meal.

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Delhi

Delhi elections 2015: Bhagora? 49-day term proves to be an asset, not a liability for AAP
With the campaign for Delhi drawing to a close in a frenzy of mudslinging and with opinion polls suggesting that the Aam Aadmi Party may have nosed ahead of the BJP, TOI undertook a day-long drive through nine constituencies in west and south Delhi to check out what’s exciting voters and determining their choices.

Delhi elections 2015: Delhi poll results not referendum on PM: Venkaiah Naidu
With most of the opinion polls giving an edge to AAP in Delhi polls, Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday said the electoral mandate in the capital cannot be seen as a referendum on the performance of the Narendra Modi government at the Centre.

Delhi elections 2015: Congress voters have come back after a fling with AAP, Ajay Maken says
Former Union minister Ajay Maken was brought to Delhi’s electoral politics and made campaign committee chairman to bolster Congress’s chances in this election.

More Delhi News»

Bangalore

No cadaver transplant for foreigners here
The Silicon Valley of the country aims to become a global city, but fails foreigners here in the time of need. For, foreign patients can't benefit from cadaver organ transplants in Bengaluru.

Move to ban posters worries Sandalwood
The hard-selling of a movie might have gone hi-tech, with the internet and promotional events making up for the pre-release blitzkrieg. But Sandalwood swears by the good-old posters that dot the walls at prominent junctions and thoroughfares.

Karnataka HC to hear Togadia's plea against ban today
 VHP functionary Praveen Togadia approached the Karnataka high court on Wednesday challenging the police commissioner’s order banning his entry to the city for a week. 

More Bangalore News»

Hyderabad

Will prove critics wrong: KCR
Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday vowed to prove naysayers, who do not believe in his vision for the city and the state, wrong by transforming the very face of Hyderabad.

Techie held for duping lover
The KPHB police arrested a 28-year-old software professional for allegedly duping his lover by promising to marry her.

AP seeks 20k crore from Centre for building capital city
Having decided to perform the ‘bhumi puja’ for the construction of the new capital in a grand ceremony in the second week of June 2015, the Andhra Pradesh government has sought an immediate release of Rs 20,000 crore from the Centre for the core structures to come up by that time.

More Hyderabad News»

Chennai

Parties find ingenious ways to bribe voters in Srirangam
A confrontation between cadres of AIADMK and DMK in Srirangam on Wednesday turned the focus on distribution of cash to voters in the constituency ahead of the February 13 byelection.

Stop dumping garbage in Kodungaiyur, online petition urges corporation
The corporation's plan to set up a 200-acre park in Kodungaiyur after scientific closure of the dump yard may be gathering dust, but an online petition asking the civic body to prevent dumping of waste in there is gaining momentum, with more that 200 residents signing it.

Residents say 'not in my backyard' to public toilets
People want public toilets in their neighbourhood, but they don't want them too close to their houses.

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Ahmedabad

ABVP seeks more hostels for SC/ST students
Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has demanded hostels and better facilities for SC/ST students in the city to help them pursue higher education.

Bio-shield to protect coastline
Nearly three years after it was conceived Gujarat government has initiated the Bio-Shield project for conservation of ecology along the coastline of the state.

HC turns down Vipul Chaudhary's appeal
Mehsana dairy chairman Vipul Chaudhary suffered a setback on Wednesday when the Gujarat high court rejected his appeal against the show-cause notice issued to him by the co-operatives registrar and also fined him Rs 7,500.

More Ahmedabad News»

Allahabad

UP Board invigilators banned from taking leave
Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad has banned teachers and principals to be deployed as invigilators and centre coordinators in UP Board examinations from taking leave, citing health problems.

Obscenity amidst spirituality in Magh Mela
When lakhs of devotees took holy dip in Ganga on the occasion of Maghi Purnima on Tuesday, an obscene dance by scantily dressed bar dancers was going on in camp.

Pilgrims throng city rail stations on way back
Elaborate Security Measures In Place

More Allahabad News»

Bhubaneswar

Flight molestation: Police seek passenger list
Police probing alleged misbehaviour by an industrialist with a woman onboard a Mumbai-Bhubaneswar plane last week have sought the list of passengers on that flight from the Biju Patnaik airport.

Bhubaneswar HC asks crime branch for report on Janla murder
The Orissa high court has asked the Crime Branch (CB) to furnish a report on progress of its investigation into the 2011 murder of business executive Debashis Mohanty at Janla, on the outskirts of the city.

SOG bullets pierce houses in Bhubaneswar
‘Wayward’ shooting practice by Special Operations Group (SOG) personnel triggered panic here.

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Chandigarh

Mayor invites all councilors to visit all wards to take stock of developmental works
City mayor Poonam Sharma will start visiting all the wards of Chandigarh to take stock of development works of various wings of Chandigarh Municipal Corporation.

Khattar launches e-registry system for land registration
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday inaugurated an E-registry system for registration of lands through video conferencing from Chandigarh secretariat.

2 Hallomajra men accuse local councillor of assault
Two Hallomajra residents - Charanjeet Singh Kohli, and Maan Vir Singh - accused a local councillor - Satish Kumar Kainth - and his associates of assaulting, thrashing and humiliating them in Hallomajra on Tuesday night.

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La Grecia deve uscire #FuoriDallEuro

04/02/2015 18:40 Condividi

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La Grecia deve uscire #FuoriDallEuro

"Cosa farà adesso Tsipras? Per far fede agli impegni elettorali deve uscire dall'Euro. Rispetto a qualche anno fa, infatti, la Grecia non è più l'ago della bilancia che può far collassare o meno il sistema. Per questo la BCE e la Troika, nonostante lo schiaffo subito, possono permettersi di fare ancora la voce grossa nei confronti dei cittadini ellenici: hanno già dichiarato che se la coalizione di Syriza dovesse rimanere nell'Euro ma stracciare il Memorandum, fermerebbero tutti gli aiuti che servirebbero alla Grecia per rispettare gli impegni finanziari. In altre parole si andrebbe incontro al default.

... [continua]


I partiti contro la lotta alla corruzione

"Ieri il MoVimento 5 Stelle è tornato a chiedere che il Senato si occupi una volta per tutte di lotta alla corruzione. Abbiamo chiesto che entro la prossima settimana venga calendarizzato in Aula il pacchetto anticorruzione che include anche le nostre proposte e che è fermo in Senato da nove mesi. E lo abbiamo chiesto anche alla luce del discorso fatto questa mattina in Aula dal Presidente Mattarella, che ha ricordato al Parlamento la priorità della lotta alla corruzione. Eppure, gli stessi partiti che oggi si sono spellati le mani per applaudire le parole del nuovo Capo dello Stato, hanno subito disatteso il suo appello, votando no alla nostra richiesta.

... [continua]


La sinistra pd è il tappetino di Renzie e Bersani è il suo profeta

"Prevedevo molte delle obiezioni che mi sarebbero state fatte a proposito del mio pezzo sull’elezione del Presidente e del bilancio complessivo della vicenda. Non mi ripeterò ma mi pare opportuno fare delle precisazioni telegrafiche:
1. sino a lunedì, quando Grillo e Casaleggio hanno inviato la lettera ai parlamentari Pd chiedendo di fare i nomi dei candidati, la trattativa fra Berlusconi era in corso e destinata a durare sino a sabato, per dichiarazioni dello stesso Renzi. In quella trattativa Berlusconi proponeva Amato e Renzi proponeva Mattarella e Padoan, ma si prospettava anche un ritiro di tutti tre i nomi per trovare l’accordo su un altro.

... [continua]



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di Nando Meliconi (in arte "l'americano"), roma (voti: 8)

"Le chiedo con questa lettera aperta anche un incontro per illustrarle di persona la posizione del M5S sui temi più importanti per il Paese". Di ieri sera.
Beppe al Quirinale.
Sono stati invitati anche i leader politici alla cerimonia di insediamento del PdR, ma Grillo declina l'invito. Beppe, cominciate a venire tutti i giorni a Roma, perché il sig. Presidente della Repubblica, è anche il Presidente del M5S, e deve essere da "garante" per tutti, e anche voi due (C&G) dovete fare da "garanti" per il M5S, altrimenti finimo peggio de adesso! Non significa essere come Mr.B, significa "essere presenti"! Dovete sta vicino alla truppa, so du' anni che lo scrivo!
Arrivederci e grazie, graziella, e grazie a graziani detto ciccio.

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Il passato di Mattarella

di A.N.

Cari amici non gioite troppo per l'elezione di Mattarella per poi non soffrire troppo per le delusioni che potrete avere. Non ho nulla contro Mattarella, anzi va tutta la mia stima, però non dobbiamo dimenticare che Mattarella era Vice del guerrafondaio comunista venduto D'Alema. D'Alema ha dato inizio alla guerra mascherata contro la Serbia per staccarla dai fratelli Russi (si sono alleati con mercanti di organi umani, terroristi, solo la Svizzera ha denunciato il fatto, però subito messo a tacere dai padroni del mondo) per poi staccarne una parte per fare lo Stato simbolo della potenza dell'esercito di Dio "Nato". Mattarella ha fatto finta di nulla, tacendo sull'Uranio che ha fatto morire decine di militari. A missione compiuta, D'Alema ha passato lo scettro del potere a Amato per preparare l'arrivo del Messia, spacciato come salvatore della Patria Perduta. Iniziano i Grandi spettacoli per fare grande l'Impero Ue al soldo dei padroni del mondo "America, Inghilterra, Israele, Vaticano. Grande palcoscenico per recitare gli spettacoli del G8 per intimorire Putin e convinti che lui sia caduto nelle loro trappole, hanno iniziato ha far entrare tutte le Ex Repubbliche URSS nel Paradiso UE per poi sostenerle contro la Russia, così come ha detto Eltsin è iniziato l'impoverimento dei popoli: Greco, Spagna, Italia,ecc. Visto che tutto questo non è bastato a dominare la Russia, hanno sponsorizzato il fedele Saakashvili (2008) che approfittò del G20 in Cina con Putin per dare scacco alla Russia. Visto che Putin non era caduto nelle trappole, hanno concentrato tutta l'attenzione sulle guerre mascherate in missioni di pace per fare la guerra contro la Siria sostenuta da Putin, non riuscendo hanno fatto la guerra contro la Libia ed i risultati sono l'impennata dei trafficanti di uomini. Spettacoli Crocifissione-Risurrezione per mantenere il potere e innalzare Monti facendo leva sulla Borsa/Spread per spacciandolo come salvatore della Patria, sì perduta.



Farfalle lavoratrici

di A.M.

Scrivo qualcosa spicca il volo un’altra farfalla non collaudata, una farfalla spiccata allunga di un decennio una corta giornata. Pensieri che ruotano in senso antiorario attorno alle antiche sensazioni, come farfalle attorno al mosto nell'autunnale stagione. Pensieri, oserei dire quasi insolenti, e il sole scalda ancora ad occhi spenti e riserva i decolli più ardui agli stenti. Farfalle lavoratrici, farfalle che avvolte con i loro colori rasserenano i cieli più grigi. Farfalle che trasportano idee vere e serie fino al punto più alto del cielo e poi le lasciano delicatamente cadere per il troppo peso e divengono dirupi immensi lungo il cammino malinteso. Le farfalle che trasportano le idee false , avendo un carico decisamente più leggero, poiché privo di essenza pura riescono a rimanere in cielo per una durata decisamente più lunga e volano leggiadre. E la luna credendosi furba e ladra nasconde l’asso di spada e si veste di quei pensieri rimasti per molto tempo sospesi tra il tramonto e una sterrata strada. La lingua è di creta e l’orecchio di seta. Costruisco, allora, demoralizzato un ponte di pietra per attraversare il dirupo delle mie stesse idee quando sta per calar la sera, aiutato dalla redenzione e il favore senza nome delle altrui idee false pur di proseguire il cammino oltre quelle alture, pur di veder germogliare le idee sorte in origine vere e pure in valle di verità di inadempienze morte crude.


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La newsletter del Comune di Thiene n. 256 del 4 febbraio 2015

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La mia tragica vita dopo che sono partita da Ronchi ai 24 di maggio del 1915

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Anche oggi qualcosa di nuovo!

Grazie alla disponibilità del signor Franco Soranzio e con l'aiuto del signor Gianpaolo De Piante,
è stata depositata nell'Archivio della Memoria una copia del diario di Valeria Saranz, nata nel 1899, di Vermegliano.

"La mia tragica vita dopo che sono partita da Ronchi ai 24 di maggio del 1915",
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"Siamo partiti da Ronchi lunedi alle 5 pomeridiane, io non potei fare a meno di piangere quando non vedei la stazione di Ronchi".

Lubiana, Marburg, Leibnitz (ma lei scrive Liebntz), Szeged, poi nuovamente Leibnitz: questo è l'itinerario della giovanissima profuga,
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SBILANCIAMOCI.INFO Newsletter n.390 - 4 febbraio 2015 Il QE di Draghi: tanto rumore per nulla? Su un punto esperti e commentatori si sono trovati d'accordo. La questione non è tanto se fare o no il Quantitative Easing o meno ma come lo si fa. Tutti i dettagli del programma
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Bleacher Report Newsletter College Football Edition   Updating Commitments for the Top 100 Recruits Updating Commitments for the Top 100 Recruits
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News -- ScienceDaily h1 a:hover div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div ul div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div blockquote div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div li table#itemcontentlist tr td a:link, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:visited, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:active, ul#summarylist li a img ScienceDaily: Latest Science News Splash down: High-speed images capture patterns by which raindrops spread pathogens among plants Giant rodent used incisors like tusks One in two people in the UK will get cancer One in three people would risk shorter life rather than take daily pill to avoid heart disease Widening health inequalities among adolescents, international study reveals Researchers reprogram tumor's cells to attack itself Online photos provide evidence for value of clean water One-atom-thin silicon transistors hold promise for super-fast computing Sea slug has taken genes from algae it eats, allowing it to photosynthesize like a plant Astronomers find new details in first known spiral galaxy: Plumes Rediscovering spontaneous light emission University partnerships in high- and low-income countries can increase research capacity A novel shuttle for fatty acids Our thoughts are susceptible to external influence, even against our will There have been a lot of cats in The New York Times over the years Penta-graphene, a new structural variant of carbon, discovered Get the gist? Tool provides unique insight for those with traumatic brain injury New research sheds light on neural circuit development From pecan to walnut: American leafminer invades Italy on a new tree Rarely understood ammonium carbonate monohydrate Add nature, art and religion to life's best anti-inflammatories Physicists observe motion of skyrmions Children's hunger born from mothers' trauma If Facebook use causes envy, depression could follow White potatoes should be allowed under WIC, says report Role of gravitational instabilities in volcanic ash deposition: The example of Eyjafjallajökull Neurologists Find Movement Tracking Device Helps Assess Severity of Parkinson's Disease Surgical metrics do not provide a clear path to improvement Study sheds new light on aggressive cancer in children How will ocean acidification impact marine life? Female sticklebacks prime their offspring to cope with climate change New way to clone hemlock trees able to fight off deadly pest Protective brain protein reveals gender implications for autism, Alzheimer's research Customers who binge-consume are more valuable, says study Power psychs people up about... themselves Long-term control of cane toads demonstrated Sparing hope for the future: Preserving fertility in cancer patients How do 'graduation' ceremonies affect addiction treatment? Artificial blood vessels: Tri-layered artificial blood vessels for first time Industrial pump inspired by flapping bird wings Just knowing isn't enough: Issuing hospital 'report cards' had no impact on surgical outcomes Study compares effectiveness of different transfusion strategies for severe trauma Care of patients prior to making a diagnosis rarely assessed by quality measures Hospital readmissions after surgery often related to complications from surgery The future of holographic video Skin based immunity secrets revealed Scientists discover organism that hasn't evolved in more than 2 billion years Reducing hospital readmission rates will require community-focused efforts Non-invasive first trimester blood test reliably detects Down's syndrome Research points to genes that may help us form memories Sleep problems may impact bone health Clarity needed in studies on gender, access to cardiac rehabilitation Smoking linked to higher risk of death among colorectal cancer survivors Birth method, gestation duration may alter infants' gut microbiota New method to assess hormone metabolite concentrations in wildlife research Primed memories tempt people into gambling more A few cells could prevent bone marrow transplant infections Early childhood programs found to significantly lower likelihood of special education placements in third grade Simple strategies used by parents lead to improvements in one-year-olds at risk for autism spectrum disorder Seeing the knee in a new light: Fluorescent probe tracks osteoarthritis development

Splash down: High-speed images capture patterns by which raindrops spread pathogens among plants

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 05:44 PM PST

Farmers have long noted a correlation between rainstorms and disease outbreaks among plants. Fungal parasites known as "rust" can grow particularly rampant following rain events, eating away at the leaves of wheat and potentially depleting crop harvests. While historical weather records suggest that rainfall may scatter rust and other pathogens throughout a plant population, the mechanism by which this occurs has not been explored, until now.

Giant rodent used incisors like tusks

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 05:43 PM PST

The largest rodent ever to have lived may have used its front teeth just like an elephant uses its tusks, a new study has found. “We concluded that Josephoartigasia must have used its incisors for activities other than biting, such as digging in the ground for food, or defending itself from predators. This is very similar to how a modern day elephant uses its tusks,” an investigator said.

One in two people in the UK will get cancer

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 05:43 PM PST

One in two people will develop cancer at some point in their lives, according to the most accurate forecast to date from the UK. Age is the biggest risk factor for most cancers, and the increase in lifetime risk is primarily because more people are surviving into old age, when cancer is more common.

One in three people would risk shorter life rather than take daily pill to avoid heart disease

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 04:03 PM PST

In a survey, one in three adults say they would risk living a shorter life rather than taking a daily pill to prevent cardiovascular disease. About one in five say they were willing to pay $1,000 or more to avoid taking a daily pill for the rest of their lives. Most respondents weren't willing to trade any weeks of life to avoid daily medication.

Widening health inequalities among adolescents, international study reveals

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 04:02 PM PST

Over the past decade, rising national wealth across high-income countries has contributed to some improvements in health and well-being among adolescents. But the gap in health between rich and poor has widened, an international study of nearly half a million adolescents from 34 countries across Europe and North America has found.

Researchers reprogram tumor's cells to attack itself

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 04:00 PM PST

Inserting a specific strain of bacteria into the microenvironment of aggressive ovarian cancer transforms the behavior of tumor cells from suppression to immunostimulation, researchers have found.

Online photos provide evidence for value of clean water

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 01:01 PM PST

A novel approach to calculating the value of clean water has been developed by scientists. Analyzing photos posted to the online photo-sharing site Flickr, researchers found Minnesota and Iowa lakes with greater water quality receive more visits than dirtier lakes, and that users are willing to travel farther to visit those clean, clear lakes.

One-atom-thin silicon transistors hold promise for super-fast computing

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 01:01 PM PST

Researchers have created the first transistors out of silicene, the world's thinnest silicon material. This new 'wonder material' could make computers and other electronics more efficient.

Sea slug has taken genes from algae it eats, allowing it to photosynthesize like a plant

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 12:59 PM PST

How a brilliant-green sea slug manages to live for months at a time 'feeding' on sunlight, like a plant, is clarified in a recent study. The authors present the first direct evidence that the emerald green sea slug's chromosomes have some genes that come from the algae it eats.

Astronomers find new details in first known spiral galaxy: Plumes

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 12:59 PM PST

Astronomers have discovered faint plumes extending from the northeast and south of the nearby spiral galaxy M51a, also called the 'Whirlpool Galaxy,' by taking what is essentially a photograph made by a 20-hour exposure.

Rediscovering spontaneous light emission

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 12:59 PM PST

LEDs could replace lasers for short-range optical communications with the use of an optical antenna that enhances the spontaneous emission of light from atoms, molecules and semiconductor quantum dots.

University partnerships in high- and low-income countries can increase research capacity

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 12:59 PM PST

Developing national health research capacity in low- and middle-income countries is a key element toward strengthening their health systems.

A novel shuttle for fatty acids

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 12:59 PM PST

Oils from plant seeds provide the basis for many aspects of modern life that are taken for granted, being used to make cooking oil, soap, fuel, cosmetics, medicines, flooring, and many other everyday products. While most of the process by which plants make fatty acids is well-known, the mechanism by which these important molecules get out of the chloroplast was unclear.

Our thoughts are susceptible to external influence, even against our will

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 11:23 AM PST

New research documents how our thoughts are influenced by our outside environment. This research is the first demonstration of two thoughts in the stream of consciousness being controlled externally and against participants' will.

There have been a lot of cats in The New York Times over the years

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 11:23 AM PST

The cute cat video seems to be everywhere online, and it's become a handy epithet for everything that journalism should not be. So what should we make of the fact that The New York Times, that paragon of journalism, has written a lot about cats over 140 years? That's the question posed by a journalism professor after compiling hundreds of cat-related tales from the Times' digital archive.

Penta-graphene, a new structural variant of carbon, discovered

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 11:23 AM PST

Researchers have discovered a new structural variant of carbon called 'penta-graphene' -- a very thin sheet of pure carbon that has a unique structure inspired by a pentagonal pattern of tiles found paving the streets of Cairo.

Get the gist? Tool provides unique insight for those with traumatic brain injury

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 11:23 AM PST

Individuals with traumatic brain injury have significantly more difficulty with gist reasoning than traditional cognitive tests, research shows. Using a unique cognitive assessment, these findings indicate that an individual's ability to 'get the gist' after a TBI more strongly predicts daily functionality than traditional cognitive tests alone.

New research sheds light on neural circuit development

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 10:33 AM PST

Using multiphoton imaging, researchers are now able to move beyond characterizing the properties of individual cells to investigate how communication among neurons changes over the course of development. In a new paper, researchers report substantial developmental changes in communication among cells that significantly improve the information processing capabilities of the brain.

From pecan to walnut: American leafminer invades Italy on a new tree

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 10:33 AM PST

A leafminer that has been invading Italian walnut orchards since 2010, has been shown to be identical to the North American species that feeds on hickories and pecan. The identity of these moths as Coptodisca lucifluella was proved by DNA barcoding and morphological study. Probably the moth invaded the new host plant after it invaded Italy. The leafminer is already widespread in Italy but the level of damage does not seem to be worrisome, experts report.

Rarely understood ammonium carbonate monohydrate

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 10:32 AM PST

New structural studies of the superficially simple ammonium carbonate monohydrate could shed light on industrial processes, biochemistry and even the interstellar building blocks of life.

Add nature, art and religion to life's best anti-inflammatories

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 10:32 AM PST

Taking in such spine-tingling wonders as the Grand Canyon, Sistine Chapel ceiling or Schubert's 'Ave Maria' may give a boost to the body's defense system. Researchers have linked positive emotions -- especially the awe we feel when touched by the beauty of nature, art and spirituality -- with lower levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines.

Physicists observe motion of skyrmions

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 10:31 AM PST

Small magnetic whirls may revolutionize future data storage and information processing if they can be moved rapidly and reliably in small structures. Scientists have now been able to investigate the dynamics of these whirls experimentally. The skyrmions, as these tiny whirls are called after the British nuclear physicist Tony Skyrme, follow a complex trajectory and even continue to move after the external excitation is switched off. This effect will be especially important when one wants to move a skyrmion to a selected position as necessary in a future memory device.

Children's hunger born from mothers' trauma

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 09:34 AM PST

The roots of children's hunger today may stretch back, in part, to the past childhood trauma of their caregivers. Evidence amassed over the past two decades has demonstrated that stress and deprivation during childhood have lifelong consequences on health, as well as school and job performance. A new small-scale study now suggests a strong relationship between exposure to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and household food insecurity among mothers of young children.

If Facebook use causes envy, depression could follow

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 09:34 AM PST

Facebook use can lead to symptoms of depression if the social networking site triggers feelings of envy among its users, research shows. "Facebook can be a fun and healthy activity if users take advantage of the site to stay connected with family and old friends and to share interesting and important aspects of their lives," an author said. "However, if Facebook is used to see how well an acquaintance is doing financially or how happy an old friend is in his relationship--things that cause envy among users--use of the site can lead to feelings of depression."

White potatoes should be allowed under WIC, says report

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 09:34 AM PST

The US Department of Agriculture should allow white potatoes as a vegetable eligible for purchase with vouchers issued by the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Woman, Infants, and Children (WIC), says a new report. If relevant changes occur in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the recommendation should be re-evaluated.

Role of gravitational instabilities in volcanic ash deposition: The example of Eyjafjallajökull

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 09:31 AM PST

Volcanic ash poses a significant hazard for areas close to volcanoes and for aviation. For example, the 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland, clearly demonstrated that even small-to-moderate explosive eruptions, in particular if long-lasting, can paralyze entire sectors of societies, with significant, global-level, economic impacts. Researchers now present the first quantitative description of the dynamics of gravitational instabilities and particle aggregation based on the 4 May 2010 eruption.

Neurologists Find Movement Tracking Device Helps Assess Severity of Parkinson's Disease

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 09:31 AM PST

A device that measures movement and balance can effectively help assess and track the progression of Parkinson’s disease, even when medications are used to reduce Parkinson’s symptoms, researchers report.

Surgical metrics do not provide a clear path to improvement

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 09:31 AM PST

While surgical outcomes have improved nationally over time, surgical outcome reporting does not necessarily lead to better outcomes, according to a study. The study found no association between hospital-based participation in the NSQIP and improvements in postoperative outcomes over time, suggesting that a surgical outcomes reporting system does not provide a clear mechanism for quality improvement. According to the research team, the failure of these types of outcomes monitoring systems to produce measurable improvements in outcomes may be related to difficulties in identifying mechanisms that translate reports into changes in how surgical care is provided.

Study sheds new light on aggressive cancer in children

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

A new study has revealed how children with an aggressive cancer predisposition syndrome experience a never before seen flood of mutations in their disease in just six months. The syndrome, called 'biallelic mismatch repair deficiency' (bMMRD) causes multiple brain tumours, lymphomas and gastrointestinal cancers by the age of 10. As a result these children rarely survive into adulthood.

How will ocean acidification impact marine life?

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

A new analysis provides a holistic assessment of the impacts of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms including coral, shellfish, sea urchins, and other calcifying species.

Female sticklebacks prime their offspring to cope with climate change

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

Three-spined sticklebacks in the North Sea pass on information concerning their living environment to their offspring, without genetic changes, researchers have found. "Female sticklebacks pass on optimized mitochondria, which have adapted to the environmental conditions the mothers experienced, to their offspring. As a result the young fish receive information on their mothers' environment and living conditions without any genetic changes. In this species, then, maternal effects play a decisive role in terms of the potential to adapt to changes in their habitat," researchers say.

New way to clone hemlock trees able to fight off deadly pest

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

For the first time, University of Georgia researchers have successfully cryogenically frozen germplasm from hemlock trees being wiped out across the eastern US by an invasive insect. They've also unlocked a new way to clone the few hemlock trees apparently fighting off the hemlock woolly adelgid, which could potentially lead to a solution for the pest.

Protective brain protein reveals gender implications for autism, Alzheimer's research

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

Both autism and Alzheimer's disease can have tragic consequences for sufferers and their families. Now a new study may offer insight into the pathology of both autism and Alzheimer's by revealing that different activities of certain proteins in males and females cause gender-specific tendencies toward these diseases. The research may lead to new drugs for potential future therapeutics to treat both illnesses.

Customers who binge-consume are more valuable, says study

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

In contrast to traditional market segmentation, one based on 'binge consumption' brings a higher long-term return to business, a new article suggests.

Power psychs people up about... themselves

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

We all know the type -- people who can talk on and on about their latest adventures, seemingly unaware that those around them may not be interested. They also get really psyched up about their own experiences. A new paper suggests that what separates such people from the rest of us is their perceived sense of power: Powerful people, researchers found, draw inspiration from themselves rather than others.

Long-term control of cane toads demonstrated

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

Preventing cane toads from entering human-made dams to cool down in the hot, arid zones of Australia kills them in large numbers and is an effective way to stop their spread, new research shows. The study, which involved erecting toad-proof fences around dams, is the first to demonstrate long-term control of the toxic amphibians.

Sparing hope for the future: Preserving fertility in cancer patients

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:21 AM PST

While families around the world delay childbearing to later in life, cancer diagnoses are affecting people ever earlier in life. When these lifestyle trends collide, we see an increasing number of young women rendered infertile by cancer or cancer treatments. What can be done about it? What do doctors need to know? And does a cancer diagnosis mean that a patient can never have children?

How do 'graduation' ceremonies affect addiction treatment?

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:20 AM PST

As 64 percent of Americans entering addiction treatment are repeat patients, many health care professionals have questioned the significance of addiction graduation ceremonies. In a new article, an addiction clinician explores this disconnect and its origins in the treatment context.

Artificial blood vessels: Tri-layered artificial blood vessels for first time

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:19 AM PST

By combining micro-imprinting and electro-spinning techniques, researchers have developed a vascular graft composed of three layers for the first time. This tri-layered composite has allowed researchers to utilize separate materials that respectively possess mechanical strength and promote new cell growth - a significant problem for existing vascular grafts that have only consisted of a single or double layer.

Industrial pump inspired by flapping bird wings

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:19 AM PST

Researchers have taken inspiration from avian locomotion strategies and created a pump that moves fluid using vibration instead of a rotor.

Just knowing isn't enough: Issuing hospital 'report cards' had no impact on surgical outcomes

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:19 AM PST

If you’re an older person having a major operation these days, it is very likely that your hospital is receiving a “report card” on its performance. These reports are designed to prompt hospitals to improve in areas where they perform poorly. That’s the good news. The not-so-good news: Those “report cards” do not seem to be making things better for patients.

Study compares effectiveness of different transfusion strategies for severe trauma

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:19 AM PST

Among patients with severe trauma and major bleeding, those who received a transfusion of a balanced ratio of plasma, platelets, and red blood cells (RBCs) were more likely to have their bleeding stopped and less likely to die due to loss of blood by 24 hours compared to patients who received a transfusion with a higher ratio of RBCs, according to a study.

Care of patients prior to making a diagnosis rarely assessed by quality measures

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:19 AM PST

An examination of process measures endorsed by the National Quality Forum finds that these measures focus predominantly on management of patients with established diagnoses, and that quality measures for patient presenting symptoms often do not reflect the most common reasons patients seek care, according to a study.

Hospital readmissions after surgery often related to complications from surgery

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:19 AM PST

In a study that included readmission information from nearly 350 hospitals, readmissions the first 30 days after surgery were associated with new postdischarge complications related to the surgical procedure and not a worsening of any medical conditions the patient already had while hospitalized for surgery, according to a study.

The future of holographic video

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 08:18 AM PST

Holographic video displays, featuring 3-D images, are about to "go large" and become a lot more affordable at the same time.

Skin based immunity secrets revealed

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

A new mechanism by which immune cells in the skin function as the body's 'border control' has been discovered by researchers, revealing how these cells sense whether lipid or fat-like molecules might indicate the presence of foreign invaders.

Scientists discover organism that hasn't evolved in more than 2 billion years

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

The greatest absence of evolution ever reported has been discovered by an international group of scientists: a type of deep-sea microorganism that appears not to have evolved over more than 2 billion years. But the researchers say that the organisms' lack of evolution actually supports Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.

Reducing hospital readmission rates will require community-focused efforts

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

Most of the variation in hospital readmission rates in the United States is related to geography and other factors over which hospitals have little or no control, researchers have concluded.

Non-invasive first trimester blood test reliably detects Down's syndrome

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

Cell-free fetal DNA testing, which measures the relative amount of free fetal DNA in a pregnant woman's blood, is a new screening test that indicates the risk of Down syndrome (trisomy 21), researchers report.

Research points to genes that may help us form memories

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

Gene expression within neurons is critical for the formation of memories, but it's difficult to identify genes whose expression is altered by learning. Now researchers have successfully monitored the expression of genes in neurons after rats were exposed to auditory fear conditioning, in which a neutral auditory tone is paired with electric shock.

Sleep problems may impact bone health

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

The daily rhythm of bone turnover is likely important for normal bone health, and recent research suggests that sleep apnea may be an unrecognized cause of some cases of osteoporosis. Sleep apnea's effects on sleep duration and quality, oxygen levels, inflammation, and other aspects of health may have a variety of impacts on bone metabolism, experts say.

Clarity needed in studies on gender, access to cardiac rehabilitation

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

Sex-based inequalities in life expectancy and quality due to heart disease are repeatedly described, but how gender and social structure play roles in this phenomenon are unclear. Women and men can equally benefit from secondary prevention/cardiac rehabilitation, and there is a need to understand gender barriers to uptake, researchers say.

Smoking linked to higher risk of death among colorectal cancer survivors

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:41 AM PST

Colorectal cancer survivors who smoke cigarettes were at more than twice the risk of death than non-smoking survivors, according to a new study, one of the largest of its kind.

Birth method, gestation duration may alter infants' gut microbiota

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:40 AM PST

Environmental factors like mode of delivery and duration of gestation may affect how infants' gut bacteria mature, and that rate could help predict later body fat, international researchers have found.

New method to assess hormone metabolite concentrations in wildlife research

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:39 AM PST

Measuring hormone metabolites in urine and feces are essential for studies in wildlife conservation. Scientists have developed a new method with which they can match metabolite concentrations obtained from different measurements during long-term studies or from analyses carried out in different laboratories.

Primed memories tempt people into gambling more

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:39 AM PST

When reminded, or primed, of past winning outcomes as part of a controlled test, people were over 15% more likely to gamble and select the risky option. Surprisingly, being reminded of past losing outcomes did not change their gambling behavior.

A few cells could prevent bone marrow transplant infections

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:29 AM PST

Researchers have found clues for reducing infections after bone marrow transplantation for leukemia and lymphoma. Bone marrow transplantation is a life-saving therapy for patients with blood cancers like leukemia or lymphoma. However, the depletion of the patient's immune system prior to transplantation can put patients at risk of for an infection by a virus called cytomegalovirus (CMV) that can be life threatening in these immune-compromised individuals.

Early childhood programs found to significantly lower likelihood of special education placements in third grade

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:29 AM PST

Access to state-supported early childhood programs significantly reduces the likelihood that children will be placed in special education in the third grade, academically benefiting students and resulting in considerable cost savings to school districts, according to new research.

Simple strategies used by parents lead to improvements in one-year-olds at risk for autism spectrum disorder

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:29 AM PST

A collection of simple strategies used by parents can lead to significant improvements in one-year-olds at risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), researchers have found. The study followed 18 families with a one-year-old child at risk for ASD. Researchers compared the effects of a parent-coaching, home-based intervention called "Adapted Responsive Teaching" (ART) versus referral to early intervention and monitoring.

Seeing the knee in a new light: Fluorescent probe tracks osteoarthritis development

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 07:29 AM PST

A harmless fluorescent probe injected into a joint may make it easier to diagnose and monitor osteoarthritis, leading to better patient care. A new study led by biomedical researchers reports that such a probe successfully tracked the development of early to moderate osteoarthritis in male mice. You are subscribed to email updates from News -- ScienceDaily
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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: candidezza / candore

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La parola di oggi è: candidezza / candore

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 Sillabazione: can–di–déz–za
candidézza / kandiˈdettsa/
[av. 1313]
s. f.
1 caratteristica, proprietà di ciò che è candido: la candidezza dei lenzuoli lavati SIN. candore
2 (raro, fig.) semplicità, purezza: il cui stile ha … una semplicità e una candidezza sua propria (G. Leopardi)
3 (fig.) innocenza SIN. candore

 Sillabazione: can–dó–re
♣candóre / kanˈdore/
[vc. dotta, lat. candōre(m), da candēre. Cfr. candido ☼ av. 1294]
s. m.
1 bianchezza intensa e splendente: il candore di un abito nuziale; il candore delle divine membra (U. Foscolo) SIN. biancore
2 (fig.) innocenza, semplicità, ingenuità: il candore dei suoi sentimenti SIN. purezza
3 purezza e proprietà di stile: un candore che rasenta il calligrafismo

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News Digest: Arbitration law to be tweaked for ease of business, law minister says

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Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIAWednesday, February 04, 2015Today's Headlines India

Arbitration law to be tweaked for ease of business, law minister says
The government will introduce amendments to Arbitration and Conciliation Act in the coming budget session of Parliament along with a bill on setting up of commercial courts across the country, sending out signals to foreign investors on ease of doing business in India.

Industries near Taj flout SC ban, expand
Several glass bottle manufacturing industries operating near the Taj Mahal have allegedly expanded their capacity despite a freeze on such activity around the world heritage site since 1996 to safeguard it from pollution.

Arunachal receives season's first snowfall
Several districts of Arunachal Pradesh received the season’s first snowfall in past few days.

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Business

Petrol, diesel prices cut by over Rs 2
State-run fuel retailers on Tuesday reduced petrol price by Rs 2.42 per litre and diesel by Rs 2.25, but the motor fuels still remain costlier than jet fuel — which costs Rs 46.51 per litre in Delhi — due to four consecutive hikes in excise duty.

RBI cuts SLR, allows new 'unbreakable' bank FDs
Banks will have headroom to lend an additional Rs 42,000 crore following the RBI’s move to cut SLR by 50 basis points. SLR, or statutory liquidity ratio, is the portion of deposits banks must invest in government bonds.

Pause till we get more data: Rajan
RBI governor Raghuram Rajan spent his 52nd birthday laying out his monetary policy review. The governor expressed the need to look deep into the new GDP numbers which portray India’s 2013-14 economic growth to be one of the highest in the world.

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Environment

India a leader in climate change efforts: Prakash Javadekar
Environment minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said India's commitment and the corresponding efforts in pursuing clean and renewable energy path demonstrated the country's leadership in combating climate change.

Dance of Demoiselle cranes in Daryapur
Local bird-lovers are rejoicing this season as the year has recorded the highest number of winter migratory bird specie ever sighted in Maharashtra. Around 957 Demoiselle cranes, popularly known as ‘Kraunch’ in Marathi, have been spotted near Daryapur tehsil which is around 55 kilometres from Amravati.

Europe's food fight shifts after GM crop vote
Campaign groups and the biotech industry are digging in for a new round of conflict, following the European Union's decision to allow member states to set their own rules on growing genetically modified organisms.

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World

Britain takes first step to allow 3-parent babies
UK is set to become the first country to introduce laws to allow the creation of babies from three people.

China doesn't defend Pakistan on terrorism
For possibly the first time ever, China did not try to defend Pakistan against accusations of sheltering, financing or supporting terrorism.

55 years on, 'Mockingbird' gets a sequel
One of the world’s most widely read literary works will soon have a sequel.

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Entertainment

Aamir, Anushka on top post 'PK'
While PK gets Aamir Khan and Anushka Sharma the top spot, Action Jackson gets Ajay Devgn a place in the top 5 in Times Celebex powered by zoOm! for Dec 2014.

'Amitji can hurt me tremendously'
R Balki, 50, may not have a great memory but he is certainly original. He is hugely emotional and highly innovative and is amongst the few men who consider women not just equal to men, but in fact, better.

Actresses getting bolder with orgasm scenes

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Science

Soon, smartphones that will sniff out life-threatening disorders
Experts are developing a new technology that would enable smartphones to screen their users' breath for life-threatening diseases.

Babies' genes may hold clues to preterm birth
Variants in a fetus' DNA, not the mother's, may be what trigger some preterm births, scientists have found.

Having troubled sleep? Blame it on your gadgets
Excessive use of smartphones and computers throughout the day can worsen quality of sleep in teenagers, a study has found.

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Sports

Amitabh Bachchan to commentate in India-Pakistan WC clash
Amitabh Bachchan is set to make his commentary debut in the much-awaited India-Pakistan World Cup game as part of a promotional activity for his upcoming film 'Shamitabh'.

Barcelona president charged with tax fraud in Neymar case
A Spanish judge charged the president of Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu, on Tuesday with tax fraud linked to the signing of Brazilian star Neymar.

Cristiano Ronaldo worth one billion pounds, says agent
Ronaldo's agent Mendes revealed that the prolific striker would sell for at least 300 million pounds if Real Madrid wish to set him free anytime soon.

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Technology

WhatsApp bug shows private pictures to strangers
A security problem in WhatsApp means that anyone can see users’ profile photos, even if they have been set to be viewable to friends only, according to security researchers.

9 reasons why iPhones are better than Android phones
If you're having trouble deciding between iPhone and Android, take a look at these 9 reasons why iPhones trumps Android.

HTC One (M9) Plus specifications leaked online
HTC One (M9) Plus or Hima Ultra will sport a 5.2-inch display with a resolution of 1440x2560pixels as per new rumours.

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Education

XIIth Boards paper pattern to change
Changes in the pattern of question papers for the Class XII Central Board of Secondary Education exam, and a clear shift away from ‘objective-type’ questions to ‘application-based’ ones, will make it significantly harder to score this year.

NCERT to publish series on martyrs
Concerned that the existing textbooks do not celebrate heroes, NCERT has decided to publish a series called ‘Veergatha’.

Rohan Murty to be inducted into education advisory board
Rohan Narayan Murty, the man behind the ambitious Murty Classics of India, will be made a member of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE), the oldest and highest advisory body on education.

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Mumbai

Sack 35 govt staff convicted for graft: CM
Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday asked chief secretary Swadheen Kshatriya to dismiss around 35 government employees, who have been convicted on charges of corruption.

Minimum temp falls to 16.2 degrees Celsius
After several days, the minimum temperatures in the city touched the 16-degree mark on Tuesday. The minimum temperature recorded in Santacruz was 16.2 degrees Celsius as compared to Monday’s minimum of 17 degrees Celsius.

HC increases maintenance IT professional pays daughter
The Bombay high court on Tuesday directed a senior software consultant working with an IT MNC to pay Rs 25,000 as monthly maintenance for his 12-year-old daughter who lives with his former wife.

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Delhi

Delhiites wake up to a foggy morning, 13 trains delayed
Delhiites on Wednesday yet again woke up to a foggy morning with the minimum temperature settling at 11 degrees Celsius.

Clean up capital's air
With air pollution dominating public discourse this winter, TOI approached the major political parties contesting Delhi assembly elections to ask them about their action plan for cleaning up Delhi's air and taking positive steps for the environment. Ajay Maken of Congress gives us his party's plan in this regard in the first of a series.

After fake visa try, man held in genuine attempt
Presuming that he would not get a permanent US visa, a man applied twice on fake identity and got rejected both the times. Ironically, his offence came to the fore when he applied for the visa again, this time under his real identity.

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Bangalore

Students of illegal schools can write SSLC exam: Government
Thousands of class X students of schools declared unauthorized by the education department could be left in the lurch, with the state government deciding to allow them to appear for the upcoming SSLC exam as private candidates.

Cutting-edge tech fights off Big C
Innovations benefit four patients who are on road to recovery

Panel will get Arkavathy files when it seeks: CM
While opposition leader Jagadish Shettar alleged the government was not cooperating with the commission, the CM said the commission was yet to seek information and files would be sent when sought.

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Hyderabad

Three more succumb to swine flu in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh
Swine flu claimed two more people in Telangana and one in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday. Officials said that 60-year-old Shobha Rani and 40-year-old Asra died in Hyderabad, while a 45-year-old man succumbed at Punganur town in Chittoor district.

Need to plug loopholes in healthcare delivery: KCR
Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao called for serious introspection in the government health sector, saying basic healthcare was eluding the poor.

It's a 'grave' situation for the dead in Hyderabad
Two months after Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) commissioner Somesh Kumar announced the ‘immediate modernisation’ of crematoriums and development of graveyards, the reality presents a sorry picture.

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Lettera di auguri a Sergio Mattarella

Le invio questa lettera di auguri per il suo settennato.
Il primo augurio è quello di tutelare la Costituzione italiana
Il secondo augurio è di non firmare leggi palesemente incostituzionali proposte dal governo
Il terzo augurio è di promuovere con i mezzi a sua disposizione leggi per proteggere le fasce più deboli della popolazione alle quali ha voluto dedicare le sue prime parole: "Pensiero va alle speranze e alle difficoltà dei concittadini".

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Mattarella, celo, manca

E' finita la raccolta delle figurine Panini per l'album del Quirinale. Prodi? Celo, manca, celo, manca, manca proprio. Fassino? manca, manca , manca. Amato buttato contro il muro, carta coperta da Mattarella, manca, manca, l'ex tesoriere di Bottino Craxi. E' avvenuto una specie di Carnevale anticipato durante il quale i problemi del Paese sono stati accantonati in nome di una guerra tra bande per posizionare il proprio candidato sperando che in futuro faccia l'interesse di chi ha contribuito a farlo eleggere. Il Palio di Siena dove la regola è "nessuna regola" trasferito in Parlamento.

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Sono in remissione da un serio tumore alla prostata curato col solo Metodo Di Bella (MDB).
Non venitemi a raccontare che non funziona. Qualcuno si è preso la briga di fare un blog per contrastare il MDB in cui si dice "Ho cercato di ricostruire la vicenda, studiare le carte, le "prove", la documentazione e gli studi scientifici. Un lavoro immane"... come mai si è dato la pena di fare questo? Su Wikipedia non si riesce a scrivere le cose come stanno che qualcuno è pronto a cambiarle. Su Google se si cerca Metodo Di Bella esce un avviso che dice “Il cosiddetto Metodo Di Bella è una terapia alternativa per il trattamento dei tumori, che è priva di riscontri scientifici circa i suoi fondamenti e la sua efficacia ” citando Wikipedia.. Quando appare su qualche giornale un articolo favorevole al MDB subito si scatenano dei troll (Un troll, nel gergo di internet e in particolare delle comunità virtuali, è un soggetto che interagisce con gli altri tramite messaggi provocatori, irritanti, fuori tema o semplicemente senza senso, con l'obiettivo di disturbare la comunicazione e fomentare gli animi) che denigrano il MDB e insultano chi lo sostiene o fanno riferimento a wikipedia o al solito blog. Tutto questo ha un costo... chi lo sostiene? Meditate gente... meditate.

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Ci sono due stati nell'elettronica digitale e sono 0 ed 1 non ci sono vie di mezzo. O sei spento o sei acceso, o sei uomo o non lo sei, o sei un PDR oppure un garante dei partiti. Il Presidente Mattarella si trova proprio di fronte a un bel dilemma: fare il Presidente di una Repubblica Parlamentare a tutti gli effetti oppure supportare l'esecutivo, ormai unico padrone, nello smantellamento costituzionale che avviene ogni giorno con la maggioranza fuoriuscita da un polpettone politico e l'unica opposizione Parlamentare rimasta sola a lottare, il M5S appunto.
Per di più ex giudice costituzionale si sarà accorto in questi anni del corto circuito avvenuto tra la magistratura e gli altri due poteri costituzionali che ha compromesso seriamente la serenità del sistema giudiziario sfornando disparità di trattamento tra uomini e dei. Certo il nuovo presidente potrebbe fare come il vecchio: qualche discorsetto di fine anno, qualche visita in una scuola elementare, una veloce incursione in qualche impresa in via di fallimento per essere vicino ai licenziati e fare finta di bacchettare i partiti per poi sostenere tutte le loro meschinità. Dipende sopratutto dall'uomo Mattarella più che dal Presidente. Si può scegliere di essere il Presidente di tutti gli Italiani o solo di una parte di essi, si può scegliere di essere un arbitro imparziale o tifare per una squadra, si può scegliere di cambiare davvero il paese per risollevarlo o contribuire alla sua già avviata distruzione. Si può essere guerrieri o starsene in panchina a guardare non ci sono vie di mezzo ma una cosa è sicura: si può essere fieri di se stessi o passare tra la gente adescata dal "sistema" che ti batte le mani per 10 euro.



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La politica è rappresentativa delle lobbies.I politici dei partiti si rivolgono ai cittadini truffandoli semplicemente perché pagati ed intrecciati alle lobbies. Berlusconi è l'ultimo entrato in questa cricca perché Craxi aveva capito che non avrebbe potuto governare il Paese senza qualcuno che gli desse una mano a contrastare l'attacco che avrebbe subito dalla DC senza le TV ed i giornali in mano ad un lobbista forte, così creo/uso Berlusconi. Craxi non capi che si stava suicidando perché Berlusconi non era accettato dalle grandi lobbies. Il fatto stesso che all'epoca la famiglia che aveva la più grande azienda italiana gli vieto l'ingresso nel gruppo Bildenberg non a caso visti i legami con la criminalità di cui si parlava. D'altra parte neanche la DC siciliana con Andreotti era immune da tali vizi considerandone l'uso per attentati. Cosa dice il figlio di Di Bella, esistono le lobbies in Italia e queste operano liberamente facendo eleggere politici compiacenti. Ciò impatta direttamente sulla nostra vita perché noi siamo come vacche in una fattoria insomma numeri. Avete capito perché l'unica rivoluzione possibile passa da una X in cabina elettorale per il #M5S? Perché la Storia insegna che le Rivoluzioni con la forza sono perdenti perché chi riprende il potere sono quelli che hanno il denaro ed il controllo delle forze armate. E chi sono? Le lobbies ed i poteri forti! Credete che questi si creino problemi a uccidere dei cittadini che protestano? Siamo visti solo ed unicamente come vacche da mungere. Una vita perché abbiano il controllo sempre le stesse famiglie da secoli. Quindi sangue freddo d vediamo di vincere le elezioni e vedere se ci faranno governare. Perché lo sspete che anche se vinceremo invalideranno il voto ne siete coscienti che è una possibilità neanche così remota? Dobbiamo cercare di lasciare un'Italia diversa da quella che ci è stata consegnata e solo con tanto sacrificio e rischio personale ciò avverrà. Un giorno qualcuno si ricorderà di noi.


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