Month: October 2021

Airbus 2021 Results Show Positive Upturn | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Ashley Nault – Nov 1, 2021 While Boeing is trying to get its head above water after the tidal wave caused by the 737 Max, Airbus is the undisputed leader in the aircraft manufacturing sector. Indeed, the European company has just announced its
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It looks like Peter Capaldi is pivoting from taking on Daleks and Cybermen to tackling the Billboard charts. Monks Road Records has announced that the star will be releasing a new album of original music this November, his first venture into the world of new music and an all-new kind of adventure for an actor
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This Halloween weekend conjured up more than a good scare or two as the MGM and Universal produced 25th James Bond film No Time to Die crossed $600 million at the global box office. This final Bond outing for Daniel Craig that received really strong reviews and a mildly disappointing US opening mainly achieved this
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In the wake of a sequel being officially announced, Dune made $15.5 million across its second weekend, bringing its domestic total to $69.4 million. The film added just over $21 million at the international box office, bringing it to a handsome tally of $222.7 million, for a sizable Covid-era worldwide total of $292.1 million. This
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This review originally went live in 2010, and we’re updating and republishing it to mark the arrival of N64 games on Nintendo Switch Online. When Mario Golf was released back in 1999, it was already known that Camelot was working on another Mario sports title for the N64, and following a decent title released for
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Join Supernatural coach Raneir Pollard for an interval workout that is perfect for those days when you’re tight on time. These Tabata-inspired sets include low-impact variations, so they’re ideal for anyone who wants to try out interval training at any skill level. Get pumped with full-body moves like plank jacks, squat jumps, and ab rolls.
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Syfy’s Chucky brings back your favorite psychotic, serial killing doll, promising more mind games, torture, and bone-numbing darkness. Directly based on the Child’s Play film franchise, this series reprises some fan favorites while adding a few new and interesting characters to the mix. The premise doesn’t really stray from the norm — boy buys demon
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