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How to enhance your gaze above the mask?

How to enhance your gaze above the mask? Shutterstock Seven months after the start of Covid pandemic, the surgical mask has established itself as a complement to our daily lives, just like the use of moisturizing cream, makeup or any other facial cosmetic for daily use. The difference is that, instead of enhancing beauty, it usually produces the opposite effect. And it is that this indispensable and obligatory complement nowadays, focuses the visual attention of others and steals the spotlight from the most expressive feature, the gaze. Further, the mask highlights wrinkles and the rest of the defects that a...
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The irrigators of the Júcar-Vinalopó propose to the Government to incorporate solar energy to lower the operating costs of the transfer

A farmer spraying his plantations in a stock image A report from the Central Board of Users of the Júcar-Vinalopó Transfer Regarding the increase in the costs of the transfer, it warns that the payment of the one hundred million euros that the Ministry for the Ecological Transition demands to reopen the transfer -current approach- would cause a decrease of 14.6% in agricultural production and a 13.4% of employment. The irrigators now propose to the Ministry the incorporation of photovoltaic energy. According to a study by the Polytechnic University of Cartagena, with an investment of 62 million euros in panels to take advantage of the sun's energy (the return is calculated in 10 years), it would be...
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They fear acts of intimidation and suppression of voters in general elections in NYC and ask to report

Finally the day expected by many has arrived and while New York authorities anticipate that thousands of voters who have not yet voted, Come this Tuesday, November 3 to the voting stations to exercise their right to elect the president who will govern the destinies of the country from January 2021, as well as to congressmen and state legislators, this time there is a fear in the environment. Social groups, activists, community organizations, immigrant advocates, and even one's own Blasio Administration, they fear there might be attempts to intimidate or even suppress voters of their right to vote, due to the intense political climate that prevails in the country. And in an effort to guarantee that the voters of the Big Apple are not violated their right to choose freely, they ...
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Latinos from the Upper West Side of Manhattan promote being “good neighbors” and going out to vote

Images of the Guadalupe's Virgin, Mafalda, José Gregorio Hernández, Pope Francis and even Ricky Martin, shine these days in some streets and restaurants of the Upper West Side, de Manhattan. Full of color, and as a testimony of the Latino presence that has survived the displacement of the poorest in that part of New York, the posters “speak” in Spanish and make an urgent invitation to go out to vote this November 3. The challenge is not staying home without exercising the right to votethey say. This is assured by neighbors, artists and community leaders in the area, who without political color, agree that due to the evident stigmatization and the attacks that the immigrant community has received like darts from Washington In the last four years, these elections are final for...
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Amancio Ortega receives 650 million for the only dividend from Inditex this year

The founder and first shareholder of Inditex, Amancio Ortega, will enter this Monday, November 2, almost 650 million euros for the single dividend that the textile giant will pay this year to its shareholders, 60% less than the 1,626 million received in 2019 in two payments and in a different context than the current one. Specifically, Inditex will distribute among its shareholders almost 1,090.82 million euros in dividends, of which Ortega will enter 646.8 million euros. Thus, the Galician group will face this year the remuneration to the shareholder with a single payment, at a...
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Terrorism and pandemic mark a return to class under tension in France

France lived a return to school on Monday under tension due to the terrorist threat and the health crisis after two weeks of school holidays. The government has strengthened security around schools and places of worship throughout the country in recent days, after the public school and the Catholic Church were hit by Islamist terrorism. The return to school was also marked by the health crisis. France has kept schools and institutes open despite confinement due to the coronavirus, but with a strengthened health protocol compared to September. The use of a mask is now mandatory for all students over six years of age, instead of 11 years as it was before the holidays. All the schools and institutes of France paid tribute, on this first day of class, to Samuel Paty, the teacher who was...
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Unidos Podemos asks to “normalize” the diplomatic relationship with Venezuela

The deputy of United We Can and Secretary General of the PCE, Enrique Santiago, aspires that the Government "normalize" diplomatic relations with Venezuela and believes that the photo that Pedro Sánchez took with the Venezuelan opponent Leopoldo López is "not adequate at this time", although he considers it "an internal matter" of the PSOE. In an interview with the Efe Agency, Santiago - who acts as a spokesperson for IU in the confederal group and is considered very close to the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias - thus responds to the decision of the Government of do not replace the ambassador in Caracas and to send a chargé d'affaires in his place,...
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The incidence skyrockets in the last two weeks in the province

Tent installed outside the Elda Hospital to carry out PCR tests without patients getting out of their car. ÁXEL ÁLVAREZ The incidence of coronavirus in the province it has skyrocketed in the last two weeks. The relatively calm situation that existed in mid-October has disappeared and, what is worse, the indicators do not seem to have a positive short-term evolution. Data from the Conselleria de Sanidad Universal y Salud Pública show that on October 15 there were 16,064 cases accumulated since the beginning of the pandemic, while 14 days later the figure was 20,878. A number that has also been out of date, since with last Saturday's update the accumulated number of cases is 21,7...
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A ‘non-scalable’ fence will be erected around the White House

US braces for possible election protests 2:35 Washington (CNN) — Federal authorities will reposition a "non-scalable" fence around the entire perimeter of the White House on Monday, a source with knowledge of the matter confirmed to CNN. This is while law enforcement and other agencies prepare for possible protests around the elections. The fence, the same type that was put up during the mid-year protests, will span Ellipse Park and Lafayette Square. It will go down 15th Street to Constitution Avenue and then 17th Street. The fence will then extend to H Street and cross Lafayette, then down 15th Street, the source said. NBC News was the first to report on the new fence. The Secret Service did not respond to...
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Cheap provinces housing

A couple consulting the real estate offer. SHUTTERSTOCK The coronavirus It has been a blow to the Spanish economy. Although the sectors most affected are the hospitality industry and, above all, tourism, real estate it has not remained oblivious to the strong attacks of the pandemic. The first blow came with the confinement, which forced the visits to houses for sale to be postponed, but which forced the digitization of the companies in the sector, which enhanced their web image, their telematic channels and relied on virtual tools so that the interested party could know the product available without the need for a face-to-face appointment. Despite the commitment to the online ...