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DNA Tattoos Are the Final Frontier of Love

It all began with a floating leg. Or, more specifically, an idea came tattooed on the leg of a woman kicking through the water in Key Largo, Fla., seen clear as day through Patrick Duffy’s diving goggles. Mr. Duffy, who ran a scuba diving therapeutic program for military veterans with his father, was inspired by the tattoo; it was her dedication to her late husband, a Navy SEAL killed in combat. “In that moment, I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to turn that tattoo into a reliquary?’” Mr. Duffy said….

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O'Sullivan holds off Maguire fightback to reach final

2017 UK Championship Date: 28 Nov-10 Dec Venue: York Barbican Coverage: Watch live across BBC Two, BBC Red Button, Connected TV, the BBC Sport website and mobile app from 2 December. Five-time winner Ronnie O’Sullivan held off Stephen Maguire’s spirited fightback to reach his seventh UK Championship final with a 6-4 victory. O’Sullivan, beaten in last year’s final by Mark Selby, looked in ominous form early on, opening up a 4-0 lead with breaks of 61, 54 and 64. Maguire made 91 and 129 as he cut the deficit to…

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Brexit: Michael Gove says UK voters can change final deal

Voters can use the next general election to have their say on a final Brexit deal, Michael Gove has said. The environment secretary praised Theresa May’s “tenacity and skill” in securing a last-minute deal to end phase one negotiations on Friday. But, writing in the Daily Telegraph, he said if British people “dislike the arrangement”, they can change it. Reports suggest the cabinet will meet on 19 December to discuss its “end state” plans for Brexit. Mr Gove said the primary agreement between the two sides had “set the scene…

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News: Official sponsors confirm support for World Travel Awards Grand Final 2017

World Travel Awards is proud to welcome on board Traveltek, Bookingee.com, Vietnam Airlines, Vietravel, and Serenata as official sponsors for its upcoming Grand Final Gala Ceremony 2017. The red-carpet event will take place the evening of Sunday, December 10th, alongside the World Spa Awards, at the glamorous JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay – with hundreds of industry leaders from across the region and around the world in attendance, to see who among them has been voted the pinnacle of the travel industry. World Travel Awards president, Graham Cooke, said:…

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News: JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay to welcome World Spa Awards Grand Final

World Spa Awards has touched down at JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay in Vietnam, ahead of its 2017 Gala Ceremony. An extensive weekend programme is in place which will see the elite of the spa industry invited to engage in an Aromotherapy Associates Sleep Workshop; a talk by one of the leading innovators in skincare, Dr Erich Schulte; and to enjoy a complimentary manicure and pedicure from therapists trained by Bastien Gonzalez – a French podiatrist and famed celebrity pedicurist. Furthermore, delegates are invited to gather together on Saturday,…

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News: World Travel Awards touches down in Vietnam for Grand Final 2017

World Travel Awards, the hospitality industry’s leading awards programme, is preparing to welcome the elite of global hospitality to Vietnam for its Grand Final 2017. The red-carpet event will take place the evening of Sunday, December 10th, alongside the World Spa Awards, at the glamorous JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay – with hundreds of industry leaders from across the region and around the world in attendance. World Travel Awards founder, Graham Cooke, said: “This is the final stage of our Grand Tour 2017. “We have toured the world during…

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England captain O'Loughlin out of World Cup final

Media playback is not supported on this device Rugby League World Cup final: Australia v England Date: Saturday, 2 December Kick-off: 09:00 GMT Coverage: Watch live coverage and highlights on BBC One, Connected TV, online & the BBC Sport app; live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live; live text commentary on the BBC Sport website & app Captain Sean O’Loughlin has been ruled out of England’s first World Cup final in 22 years after picking up a quad injury in their semi-final victory. Sam Burgess will skipper the side on…

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