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  1. Magazines - 48hrs - FILM

    Art house: the aerial battles of 1927's Wings are still impressive

    Posted Sep 04th 2014, 12:17am by Paul Fonoroff

    ... constitutes the yarn's central love triangle, the scriptwriters artificially but entertainingly inflate a subsidiary character to equal if not greater significance. Mary Preston (Clara Bow) ...

  2. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Legal highs: the craze for laughing gas

    Posted Aug 30th 2014, 11:32pm by RED DOOR NEWS

    ... it and inflate the balloons have become cheaper and more widely available. The craze for nitrous oxide, nicknamed "hippy crack", has grown to the extent that 470,000 people aged 16 to 59 have ... makes airbag inflators and canisters for soda syphons, has been manufacturing the chargers for 10 years and now produces some 500,000 nitrous oxide canisters a day for distribution worldwide. ...

  3. Magazines - Post Magazine - TELEVISION

    Channel hop

    Posted Aug 16th 2014, 11:32pm by Mark Peters

    ... become ever more exaggerated, but behind the inflated ego there have been glimpses of his softer, more generous side, never more so than in Masterchef US, the fifth season of which begins tonight ...

  4. Magazines - 48hrs - ARTS

    Arts preview: Nitro Circus will take it to the limit at the Venetian Macao

    Posted Aug 07th 2014, 12:04am by Vanessa Yung

    ... stunt called "Hole in One". For this, riders launch themselves 15 metres into the air off a ramp and try to land inside a giant inflatable Zorb ball. "Most of the tricks share ...

  5. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Bubble Soccer, SUP Yoga and trampolining … HK goes mad for crazy sports

    Posted Jul 26th 2014, 11:10pm by JENNI MARSH

    ... Jenni Marsh Don a zorb, practise your aquatic yoga and reacquaint yourself with a ball pond this summer, writes Jenni Marsh Ahead of the game Bubble Soccer is everything you'd expect of a sport inspired by a Japanese game show. Players squeeze into zorb-like inflatable bubbles and- as in the beautiful game- two teams try to score goals, albeit while adjusting to a humpty-dumpty ...

  6. Magazines - Post Magazine - TRAVEL

    Hot spots: ANA InterContinental Manza Beach Resort

    Posted Aug 02nd 2014, 11:31pm by Julian Ryall

    ... a selection of inflatables for children to wrestle with, while hotel staff can lay on sea kayaks, snorkelling excursions, parascending rides and jet skis- and there is always that coral regeneration ...

  7. Magazines - 48hrs


    Posted Jul 23rd 2014, 11:10pm

    ... expectations.” So if Apes had the biggest single-day audience for Fox, why was its gross only the third highest? Simple. Because the price of 3D tickets inflated the box office of the other two flicks. ...

  8. Magazines - Money - DATA

    Mainland equities will come round- someday

    Posted Apr 06th 2014, 10:28pm by Jasper Moiseiwitsch

    ... would have generated returns that beat inflation. This holds true for virtually all markets: if you track the returns of a global equities index, shares would eventually outperform other markets and produce inflation-beating returns. The data picture for China is complicated by the fact that it adopted a meaningful market only in the 1990s. Credit Suisse addresses this problem by looking only ...

  9. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now: what's in a name card?

    Posted Apr 26th 2014, 11:08pm by Jason Wordie

    ... name cards are without that essential status marker – “manager” etc – emblazoned somewhere; role inflation and “face” considerations also come into play. Often, obscure job titles cause bemused ... inflation” closely resembles phenomena elsewhere in life. Someone starts a small business (and good for them) and on their name card, they suddenly become the “founder, chairman and CEO” of what, ...

  10. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Reef encounters

    Posted Jun 08th 2014, 12:57am by Stuart Heaver

    ... 'inflate' their tissues like a balloon by taking up seawater and using those hydraulics to lift the sediment on the tissue surface high enough so it slides off the colony," says Baker. ...




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