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Clariant colours the world in 2014 – Plastics & Rubber Weekly

Clariant colours the world in 2014Plastics & Rubber Weekly“The colour is very predominant in the country’s flag, natural surroundings, and of course, the soccer grass. Green is one of the most present colours in Latin America’s culture, and society. “The Tapirapé are one of Brazil’s indigenous tribes that …

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Hanging Out With Raul y Mexia, the New Cubs of Latin Pop – ABC News

ABC News Hanging Out With Raul y Mexia, the New Cubs of Latin PopABC NewsAnd then, the hometown debut of the brother duo ‘Raul y Mexia’ (pronounced Mex-a-ee-ah), an urban duo who are one of the most-talked about new artists in Latin music this year. Raul checks out El Gavachillo. Raul y Mexia get ready for their backyard …

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Brazil’s Taterka Wins McDonald’s Global World Cup Assignment – AdAge.com

Brazil’s Taterka Wins McDonald’s Global World Cup AssignmentAdAge.comMcDonald’s Corp. has awarded Brazilian ad agency Taterka Comunicacoes a global creative assignment for the next World Cup soccer championship, which will be held in Brazil in 2014 with McDonald’s as a global sponsor. The Sao Paulo shop pitched against …

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Beyonce says sang along to pre-recorded track at inauguration

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Singer Beyonce said she sang along to a pre-recorded track at the inauguration of President Barack Obama, but delivered a stirring a cappella version of the U.S. national anthem at a Super Bowl news conference on Thursday. She also said would be singing live at the half-time show of the National Football League championship game between ...

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Whitney Houston anniversary to be marked with TV Grammy special

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Grammy organizers plan to mark the first anniversary of the sudden death of Whitney Houston with a behind-the-scenes TV show on how they scrambled to honor the singer just 24 hours after she died. The Recording Academy said on Thursday that the hour-long special entitled “The Grammys Will Go On: A Death in the Family” will ...

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New community centre opened in Talparo – Breaking News Trinidad and Tobago

Breaking News Trinidad and TobagoNew community centre opened in TalparoBreaking News Trinidad and TobagoThrough groups like yours, we have been able to have one of the longest running competitions in Trinidad and Tobago. I thank you. Community-based or...

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Colgate’s 4th-qtr profit up, but Latin American sales slow – Economic Times

Colgate’s 4th-qtr profit up, but Latin American sales slowEconomic TimesColgate-Palmolive Co said on Thursday a key measure of sales growth slowed for the second quarter in a row as the company faced increased pressures in Venezuela, including a labor slowdown at its factory there which has since been taken care of. and more »

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Gotta love those Royals: on the Tube, eating Big Macs, doing a day’s work – The Independent


The Independent

Gotta love those Royals: on the Tube, eating Big Macs, doing a day's work
The Independent
The original lyrics were written in the early 1940s by the Trinidadian calypso musician Lord Invader, and poured scorn on the moral effects of visiting GIs on the behaviour of local women. Invader's song was plagiarised by a visiting US musician ...

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Trinidad James Can’t Maintain ‘Gold’ Standard in New York – RollingStone.com


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Trinidad James Can't Maintain 'Gold' Standard in New York
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It's hard to believe that three months ago Trinidad James held the strange distinction of being a cultural flashpoint, a divisive figure on the level of, say, Chief Keef. Once he dropped the video for "All Gold Everything," and for months after, James ...

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