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jadewalker.com — Building dreams Have you ever dreamed about a place, somewhere you've never been and yet it feels familiar? Have you had multiple dreams about this location? Does this place have any significant features, the kind you remember when you wake? And do you think you'd recognize this location if you ever learned that such a place existed?
nytimes.com — The two barred, or Strix varia, owls were just rousing themselves in the outdoor enclosure, and they looked bigger and more shaggily majestic than I expected, with capes of densely layered cream-and-coffee plumage draped on their 17-inch frames and pompous, Elizabethan feather ruffs encircling their necks. Like any good royalty, they ignored me.
blogs.aljazeera.com — Decades ago, the mentally ill in the United States were often locked up in institutions, isolated from the rest of society. But, in the 1980s, overcrowding and shrinking government budgets created a movement away from mental institutions. Still, as hospitals closed down, community based mental health services didn't always open up.
mentalfloss.com — Books have a lot of admirers. Many people love books not only because of what is written in them, but because they're works of art. And people who love things like to name them. Very thoroughly. Let's look at some of the best terms in the book.
huffingtonpost.com — by Tracy Weber, Charles Ornstein and Jennifer LaFleur ProPublica, May 11, 2013, 9:06 p.m.This story was co-published with The Washington Post.Ten years ago, a sharply divided Congress decided to pour billions of dollars into subsidizing the purchase of drugs by elderly and disabled Americans.The initiative, the biggest expansion of Medicare since its creation in 1965, proved wildly popular.
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