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Even after the policy was abolished last year, cultural prejudices against disabled people have proven hard to shake.
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The musical note of Neeson’s baritone was a tuba, a double bass, the left end of a piano, containing the suggestion of a hinterland within.
La La Land is at its most convincing in those intimate exchanges between Gosling, with his melted eyes, and Stone, with her anime face.
The Sun's sources, Irish passports, and Corbyn in leather – maybe.
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