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Trump pattern is create a crisis, retreat, move on

By ASSOCIATED PRESS July 16, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C.: President Donald Trump was defiant and declarative, with all the hammer-on-anvil subtlety that has charted a now-familiar pattern of his presidency: create a crisis, retreat, declare victory, move on. “Not only didn’t I back down, I backed up,” Trump insisted Friday. However, …

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Johnson, Angels relish PVL success

By THE MANILA TIMES July 16, 2019 American Janisa Johnson has one “good” problem to mind after helping provide the answer to ending Creamline’s dominance in the Premier Volleyball League – how to fit his Finals MVP trophy into her stuff when she leaves for France this Saturday for another …

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15-21 term sharing

By MA. LOURDES TIQUIA, TMT July 16, 2019 MA. LOURDES TIQUIA CONSOLIDATION would have been the usual route after a successful electoral campaign but the victory of the regional HnP and national PDP has been short-lived, with the disarray in the House of Representatives and in the selection of the …

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The Eddys 2019, star-studded and full of surprises

By IZA IGLESIAS, TMT July 16, 2019 The Society of Philippine Entertainment Editors founding member Nestor Cuartero perfectly defined what it means to win an Eddy at the very opening of 2019’s Entertainment Editors’ Choice for Movies on Sunday Night at the New Frontier Theater. Also a long-time professor of …

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Ask a designer: Outdoor kitchens keep evolving

By ASSOCIATED PRESS July 16, 2019 Since the basic backyard barbecue began evolving into the outdoor kitchen, the trend has only grown. Some of today’s outdoor cooking areas can seem almost like full kitchens, with more appliances and food prep space. Even walls, ceilings and TVs. “It’s not just where …

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Tips on what’s best for baby’s skin

By THE MANILA TIMES July 16, 2019 One of the things parents should look out for in their babies, especially newborns, is their skin health. The skin shields away harmful elements such as bacteria that can directly enter their body so it needs to be taken good care of even …

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Matteo Guidicelli military stint praiseworthy

By RONNIE CARRASCO III July 16, 2019 Vignettes had the opportunity to engage in a lengthy huddle with an ex-soldier, now a university professor who knows by heart what it’s like to undergo what Matteo Guidicelli had hurdled before successfully passing his Scout Rangers Orientation Program recently. Our source, who …

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