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FISH, TIN AND COPPER
By: My Plymouth Team
08/04/2013


Do you remember a Disney's cartoon 'The Sword in the Stone'? It was about a boy called Arthur, who met Merlin the wizard and then pulled a sword from a stone. This could have been performed only by the true king. Therefore, Arthur became a king, and the sword (called Excalibur) was his legendary attribute.

I am sure most of you know this story. But probably not many of you have ever thought of a place where king Arthur was born. According to one of the legends, he was born in the Tintagel Castel, situated in the north Cornwall. Nowadays, you may still visit the ruins of this medieval fortification.

Another one: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. And please, do not pretend that you have not read or watched it. There is one scene where a wizard called Gilderoy Lockhart opens a cage with Cornish Pixies, nasty little creatures who love making trouble. In fact, Pixies (or Piskies) are similar to fairies and they come from the moorlands of Devon and Cornwall. If you visit Cornish villages such as Looe or Polperro, you may buy a statuette of a Pixie, which will bring you good luck.

As you have probably already noticed, the aim of this short essay is to provide you with some basic facts about Cornwall (or Kernow in Cornish), one of the British counties, which is a historic region, linked with Celtic culture.
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EU TO SET UP EURO-ELECTION "TROLL PATROL" TO TACKLE EUROSCEPTIC SURGE

The European Parliament is to spend almost £2 million on press monitoring and trawling Eurosceptic debates on the internet for "trolls" with whom to debate in the run-up and during euro-elections next year amid fears that hostility to the EU is growing.

The Daily Telegraph has seen confidential spending proposals and internal documents planning an unprecedented propaganda blitz ahead of and during European elections in June 2014.

Key to a new strategy will be "public opinion monitoring tools" to "identify at an early stage whether debates of political nature among followers in social media and blogs have the potential to attract media and citizens' interest".
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WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER

"Countless of people will hate the New World Order and will die protesting against it".
H. G. Wells (1866 - 1946)

Do not watch this film if you rely on a rigid belief system to give your life a false sense of security and meaning. The information presented in this film is potentially life-changing, but must be viewed with an open mind.

Unless you are willing to put everything that you think you know temporarily on hold, and open up to the very real possibility that you may have been intentially lied to your entire life, this film is not for you.

Viewer discretion is advised.
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WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER
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SUCCESS SEES LANGUAGE COMPANY MOVE TO NEW PLYMOUTH PREMISES

After six successful years in New Street on the Barbican, Atlantic Language Services have moved to new premises in Moon Street in Bretonside.

"The offices in New Street were historic, but cramped, and the new premises are ultra-modern," Didier Cavrot,Director of Atlantic Language Services, said.

The move was celebrated with an open house event where Atlantic Language Services' clients as well as Language tutors, Students and Translators and Interpreters covering languages including Polish, Russian, Italian, Japanese, Farsi, Chinese, Bengali, French, Spanish, Serbo-Croat, Arabic, Thai and English attended.

A cake made locally by Chocaccino was presented at the event and helped celebrate the successful move.


Source: The Herald
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