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While it could be argued that part of the appeal of Wordle, the five-letter word game that took the internet by storm last month, is its exclusivity, we don’t blame anyone for not having enough. Luckily for players looking to get lost in the art of letter deduction, there are actually a few ways you…

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The First Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calvin, assured this Friday that he expects the financial sector “address and find effective and urgent measures” to guarantee the access of the vulnerable population and those over 65 years of age to banking services. The minister recalled that It’s not “a…

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As the Northeast braces for a storm this weekend, many Northerners wish they were in the Florida sun. But even those in the Sunshine State will be donning capes and hand warmers this weekend. Last week at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in Orlando, weekend temperatures dipped into the 50s and World No.…

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At age 20, Alejandro Aznar was in charge of a commercial activity in the Buenos Aires suburbs that worked well, he sold canvas pools, but he always liked animals. Then, one day he decided to change his life and, with minimal capital and help from his family, he ventured into livestock farming. After many years…

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It is an almost forgotten page of history. In Spain they are known as “The children of Russia” or “The children of the War”, those thousands of boys who in the midst of the Civil War (1936-1939) they were “temporarily” evacuated from the areas under the control of the republican left to the Soviet Union…

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There are indicators in the wheat market at the international level that are showing some saturation to the rise in prices over Chicago, while the FOB Gulf maintains a more sustained trend and with lower falls. In the case of hard red winter wheat (HRD, for its acronym in English), the March position in Chicago…

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