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ID number:919936
Published: 25.11.2014.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 2 units
References: Not used

1. In 2004, while entertaining Tony and Cherie Blair in Sardinia, Berlusconi was pictured wearing a bandana, which was ridiculed by the British press. (Sanskrit- Hindi-English)
2. No expense was spared in López’ $50m project, with the building designed by the guru of minimalism, British architect Sir David Chipperfield, and clad in honey-coloured travertine marble. (Sanskrit- Hindi-English)

1. True, I always admired the bleak humour of Spike Milligan's "I told you I was ill", but Marcel Duchamp has the edge by seemingly celebrating his own extinction with this self-penned rhetorical boomerang - one that, whilst flung back to strike the living, nonetheless returns unerringly to his own cold, dead hand: "After all, it is always the others who die." (Aborigen-English)
2. Two 18th century George Stubbs paintings, featuring a kangaroo and a dingo, are to stay in Britain after an appeal backed by Sir David Attenborough. (Aborigen-English)

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