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Seeing and Believing 233 | Sam Mendes’s 1917 and Jay Roach’s Bombshell

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We round out our coverage of the big Oscar players with this week’s episode. First up is the World War I epic 1917, which has been wowing audiences by presenting all of its action as one single, unbroken take. Then Wade and Kevin take on Bombshell, which netted acting nominations for Margot Robbie and Charlize Theron for their portrayal of journalists fighting back against the harassment of disgraced Fox News head Roger Ailes. Are these two films worthy of the accolades they’ve been receiving?

Theme music by Alexander Osborn and Lindsey Mysse. Used under Creative Commons license 3.0





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SPAGHETTI FILIPINO TASTE | FINLAND GIRLS

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This vedio it will show how to make a simple spaghetti with chipper ingredients just watching this until the end and dont forget to SUBSCRIBED my channel to be more updated for my next folowing vedios thanks a lot and God bless.

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The perfect weeknight meal. When you want all the cozy, warm flavors of with one…

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The perfect weeknight meal. When you want all the cozy, warm flavors of with one-pan convenience, try these Sheet Pan Chicken Shawarma Bowls!⁠
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Healthy food for sick children

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These dishes are prepared when children are sick.
For the first cooking you need a tablespoon of flour and a tablespoon of starch and mix with water or milk to make it even more delicious.
But when children may have diarrhea, I prefer to add water and a teaspoon of olive oil and a teaspoon of sugar.
The second cooking is boiled vegetables, with broccoli, squash, carrots, and a quarter of a pepper.
When our children are sick it is best to feed them with toasted bread and yogurt. Give them boiled vegetables and make a home-made pudding with flour and starch with little sugar and little olive oil.

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