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Mesut Özil’s Long Goodbye – The New York Times

Mesut Özil's Long Goodbye - The New York Times

Mesut Özil’s Long Goodbye – The New York Times Mesut Özil’s Long Goodbye – The New York Times Mesut Özil watched Jack Wilshere’s pass as it drifted over his shoulder, and then plucked it down from the sky, a coin landing on a cushion. Most players might have accelerated then, with an empty penalty area unfolding before him, an opponent …

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Onesies, Long Johns and Union Suits for a WFH Age

Onesies, Long Johns and Union Suits for a WFH Age

Onesies, Long Johns and Union Suits for a WFH Age Onesies, Long Johns and Union Suits for a WFH Age “When was the last time you buttoned a shirt?” Alessandro Sartori, the artistic director of Ermenegildo Zegna, said last week on a phone call from Milan before his fall show. The question was not wholly rhetorical. Like many of us, …

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Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United and the Long Game

Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United and the Long Game

Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United and the Long Game Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United and the Long Game Fernandes’s stay at Novara had been brief: only a year, in fact, in which he won a place in the club’s first team, scored four times in 23 games, earned the nickname — the Maradona of Novara — before he was sold, at a …

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A Long, Lonesome Look at America

A Long, Lonesome Look at America

A Long, Lonesome Look at America A Long, Lonesome Look at America I was only a few days into a meandering trip across America, and already I was easing into something of a nighttime routine. Earlier in the day I’d pinpointed a promising campsite in Ozark National Forest. Now, I found myself ascending an isolated forestry road to get to …

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China Long Avoided Talking About Mental Health. Then Covid Hit.

China Long Avoided Talking About Mental Health. Then Covid Hit.

China Long Avoided Talking About Mental Health. Then Covid Hit. China Long Avoided Talking About Mental Health. Then Covid Hit. China’s fight against the coronavirus was mostly over, but Zhang Xiaochun, a doctor in Wuhan, was sinking into depression, convinced she had failed as a daughter and mother. She agonized over her decision to keep working even after her father …

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How a Long Insurgency Plays Into Trump’s Move on Morocco

How a Long Insurgency Plays Into Trump’s Move on Morocco

How a Long Insurgency Plays Into Trump’s Move on Morocco How a Long Insurgency Plays Into Trump’s Move on Morocco President Trump’s decision to endorse Moroccan control of Western Sahara puts the United States once again at odds with world opinion, as it takes sides for the first time in a decades-long struggle at a moment when that conflict threatens …

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Arnie Robinson Jr., Olympic Long Jump Champion, Dies at 72

Arnie Robinson Jr., Olympic Long Jump Champion, Dies at 72

Arnie Robinson Jr., Olympic Long Jump Champion, Dies at 72 Arnie Robinson Jr., Olympic Long Jump Champion, Dies at 72 This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. Arnie Robinson Jr., who won the gold medal in the long jump at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, died …

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The College-Entrance Exam Is 9 Hours Long. Covid-19 Made It Harder.

The College-Entrance Exam Is 9 Hours Long. Covid-19 Made It Harder.

The College-Entrance Exam Is 9 Hours Long. Covid-19 Made It Harder. The College-Entrance Exam Is 9 Hours Long. Covid-19 Made It Harder. SEOUL, South Korea — Nearly a half-million South Korean high school seniors hunkered down on Thursday to take an annual university-entrance exam they had been preparing for since kindergarten — a nine-hour marathon of tests that could decide …

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Diego Maradona’s Long Shadow – The New York Times

Diego Maradona's Long Shadow - The New York Times

Diego Maradona’s Long Shadow – The New York Times Diego Maradona’s Long Shadow – The New York Times It was nothing more, really, than a ruffle of the hair and a kiss on the cheek. There was no pomp or circumstance that day in 1994, no words of wisdom whispered in the ear or sweeping gesture made for the crowd. …

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Latinos, Long Dismissed in Hollywood, Push to Make Voices Heard

Latinos, Long Dismissed in Hollywood, Push to Make Voices Heard

Latinos, Long Dismissed in Hollywood, Push to Make Voices Heard Latinos, Long Dismissed in Hollywood, Push to Make Voices Heard Tanya Saracho landed her first television writing job on the Lifetime soap “Devious Maids” in 2012. She was a diversity hire. It’s an official term for a practice meant to encourage inclusion. In an effort to make writers’ rooms — …

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