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Widows review: Heist thriller is too overcrowded for a clean getaway - CNET

Steve McQueen's heist thriller is masterfully assured and layered, but packs in too much at too slow a pace.

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Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Insight, foresight, hindsight

Alex Stamos is the former chief security officer at Facebook, and still their chief excuse officer. Washington Post We must also remember that in the summer of 2016, every major media outlet rewarded the hackers of the Russian Main Intelligence Directorate
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Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Insight, foresight, hindsight

Alex Stamos is the former chief security officer at Facebook, and still their chief excuse officer. Washington Post We must also remember that in the summer of 2016, every major media outlet rewarded the hackers of the Russian Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) with thousands of collective stories drawn from the stolen emails of prominent Democrats. The sad truth is that blocking Russian propaganda would have required Facebook to ban stories from the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and cable news — not to mention this very paper. Since the election of Donald Trump, print and television news organizations have staffed up and provided a critical service to Americans, but they have never adequately grappled with their culpability in empowering Russia’s election interference. In a sense this is absolutely true. It wasn’t just the Trump campaign that jumped onto WikiLeaks material and waved it in front of rallies — both newspapers and news channels leapt to publish information even though they knew that material had been stolen. This wasn’t the Pentagon Papers. It wasn’t secret CIA black sites engaged in torture. This was the internal email of private citizens and organizations engaged in no crime, whose positions—both personal and political—were deeply wounded by the way this material was published, sensationalized, and scoured for headlines. The media doing so knew the material was stolen. Knew the version of the information they were getting was incomplete. Knew they were being fed selective materials expressly for the purpose of generating controversy and division within the Democratic Party. And they ran with it big time. On the other hand, this whole piece from Stamos is a juvenile attempt to dodge responsibility for not just empowering the distribution of stolen material, but providing a platform for propaganda efforts of all types. That included knowingly assisting efforts to distribute information they knew to be false, ignoring warnings about the source of the propaganda efforts, and providing those efforts with sophisticated tools to maximize the damage to the electorate.  There are no heroes in this piece. Both Facebook and more traditional media knowingly participated in the dissemination of propaganda, even when they were aware that they were doing as part of an effort deliberately designed to cause harm to the democratic process. Yes, those activities are protected by the First Amendment. But not everything that is legal is just, or moral, and it certainly wasn’t harmless. That both types of media can shrug and hide behind “the public’s right to know” fails to hide the truth: Both subverted the electoral process in exchange for profit. Still, Stamos’ lengthy “we only jumped off the same bridge as everyone else” editorial is far, far short of a confession to everything Facebook did—before and after—the election, that caused harm to the process. In this finger-pointing exercise. several more fingers should be pointed back at the author.

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The combination of stagnant wages with most economic gains going to the top is once again endangering the economy
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The combination of stagnant wages with most economic gains going to the top is once again endangering the economy

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CIC again asks PMO, RBI to disclose wilful defaulters' list, Rajan's letter

The commission had earlier issued a show cause notice to RBI Governor Urijit Patel for 'dishonouring' a Supreme Court judgment and CIC directive on disclosure of the list of wilful defaulters
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CIC again asks PMO, RBI to disclose wilful defaulters' list, Rajan's letter

The commission had earlier issued a show cause notice to RBI Governor Urijit Patel for 'dishonouring' a Supreme Court judgment and CIC directive on disclosure of the list of wilful defaulters

PNB fraud: Will appear if I'm fit to travel, Mehul Choksi tells PMLA Court

Choksi has claimed that he cannot take a 41-hour flight to come to India due to a 'brain clot' and other medical conditions
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PNB fraud: Will appear if I'm fit to travel, Mehul Choksi tells PMLA Court

Choksi has claimed that he cannot take a 41-hour flight to come to India due to a 'brain clot' and other medical conditions

Moscow makes top 10 list of the world’s best cities

The Russian capital has been recognized as the world’s sixth-best metropolis in a ranking of 100 big cities, compiled by a North American consulting company Resonance. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Moscow makes top 10 list of the world’s best cities

The Russian capital has been recognized as the world’s sixth-best metropolis in a ranking of 100 big cities, compiled by a North American consulting company Resonance. Read Full Article at RT.com

RBI board meeting on Monday; may reach common ground on some key issues

Patel and his four deputies will present a united front, while a few independent directors too are expected to support the central bank's mission to clean up bank balance sheets
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RBI board meeting on Monday; may reach common ground on some key issues

Patel and his four deputies will present a united front, while a few independent directors too are expected to support the central bank's mission to clean up bank balance sheets

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Vision Direct reveals breach that skimmed customer credit cards

European online contact lens supplier Vision Direct has revealed a data breach which compromised full credit card details for a number of its customers, as well as personal information. Compromised data includes full name, billing address, email address, pass
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Vision Direct reveals breach that skimmed customer credit cards

European online contact lens supplier Vision Direct has revealed a data breach which compromised full credit card details for a number of its customers, as well as personal information. Compromised data includes full name, billing address, email address, password, telephone number and payment card information, including card number, expiry date and CVV. It’s not yet […]

Cities that didn’t win HQ2 shouldn’t be counted out

Brooks Rainwater Contributor Share on Twitter Brooks Rainwater is the director of the Center for City Solutions and Applied Research at the National League of Cities. More posts by this contributor As tasks wane, skills rise Blockchain technology could be th
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Cities that didn’t win HQ2 shouldn’t be counted out

Brooks Rainwater Contributor Share on Twitter Brooks Rainwater is the director of the Center for City Solutions and Applied Research at the National League of Cities. More posts by this contributor As tasks wane, skills rise Blockchain technology could be the great equalizer for American cities Scott Andes Contributor Share on Twitter Scott Andes is […]

Microsoft to shut down HockeyApp

Microsoft announced plans to shut down HockeyApp and replace it with Visual Studio App Center. The company acquired the startup behind HockeyApp back in 2014. And if you’re still using HockeyApp, the service will officially shut down on November 16, 2019. H
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Microsoft to shut down HockeyApp

Microsoft announced plans to shut down HockeyApp and replace it with Visual Studio App Center. The company acquired the startup behind HockeyApp back in 2014. And if you’re still using HockeyApp, the service will officially shut down on November 16, 2019. HockeyApp was a service that let you distribute beta versions of your app, get […]

How cities can fix tourism hell

A steep and rapid rise in tourism has left behind a wake of economic and environmental damage in cities around the globe. In response, governments have been responding with policies that attempt to limit the number of visitors who come in. We’ve decided to
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How cities can fix tourism hell

A steep and rapid rise in tourism has left behind a wake of economic and environmental damage in cities around the globe. In response, governments have been responding with policies that attempt to limit the number of visitors who come in. We’ve decided to spare you from any more Amazon HQ2 talk and instead focus […]

WhatsApp could wreck Snapchat again by copying ephemeral messaging

WhatsApp already ruined Snapchat’s growth once. WhatsApp Status, its clone of Snapchat Stories, now has 450 million daily active users compared to Snapchat’s 188 million. That’s despite its 24-hour disappearing slideshows missing tons of fea
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WhatsApp could wreck Snapchat again by copying ephemeral messaging

WhatsApp already ruined Snapchat’s growth once. WhatsApp Status, its clone of Snapchat Stories, now has 450 million daily active users compared to Snapchat’s 188 million. That’s despite its 24-hour disappearing slideshows missing tons of features including augmented reality selfie masks, animated GIFs, or personalized avatars like Bitmoji. A good enough version of Stories conveniently baked […]

Quantum computing, not AI, will define our future

William ("Whurley") Hurley Contributor Share on Twitter William Hurley, commonly known as whurley, is an American entrepreneur and the founder of Chaotic Moon Studios, Honest Dollar, and Equals: The Global Partnership for Gender Equality in the Digita
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Quantum computing, not AI, will define our future

William ("Whurley") Hurley Contributor Share on Twitter William Hurley, commonly known as whurley, is an American entrepreneur and the founder of Chaotic Moon Studios, Honest Dollar, and Equals: The Global Partnership for Gender Equality in the Digital Age. He is currently chairing the Quantum Computing Working Group for the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA), and is […]

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AP PHOTOS: Sights of Rome include monumental eyesores

ROME (AP) - Rome's monumental problems of garbage and decay exist side-by-side with the Italian capital's glories, including the Colosseum. Associated Press photographers recently trained their cameras on some of the eyesores. With City Hall administrations o
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AP PHOTOS: Sights of Rome include monumental eyesores

ROME (AP) - Rome's monumental problems of garbage and decay exist side-by-side with the Italian capital's glories, including the Colosseum. Associated Press photographers recently trained their cameras on some of the eyesores. With City Hall administrations often mired in scandal, Romans over the last few years have started trying to ...

The best steak sandwich ever at BLT Prime

Time travelers may remember when the Old Post Office Building on Pennsylvania Avenue offered a cacophony of noise, bad food court smells and sweaty tourists. That changed in 2016, when the historic building was transformed into the Trump International Hotel.
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The best steak sandwich ever at BLT Prime

Time travelers may remember when the Old Post Office Building on Pennsylvania Avenue offered a cacophony of noise, bad food court smells and sweaty tourists. That changed in 2016, when the historic building was transformed into the Trump International Hotel. Today, the large, serene atrium lobby is awash in shades ...

Auction Preview: The Sixth Annual Auction at The Sporting Art Auction, Lexington, Nov 18

What: The Sixth Annual Sporting Art AuctionWhere: The Sporting Art Auction, 4201 Versailles Rd., Lexington, KY 40510, United StatesWhen: Nov 18, 7:00 PM GMTPublic Viewing: November 5 - 16, 9am - 6pmTop Lots of the Sale:- «Still Water III», 2017 -
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Auction Preview: The Sixth Annual Auction at The Sporting Art Auction, Lexington, Nov 18

What: The Sixth Annual Sporting Art AuctionWhere: The Sporting Art Auction, 4201 Versailles Rd., Lexington, KY 40510, United StatesWhen: Nov 18, 7:00 PM GMTPublic Viewing: November 5 - 16, 9am - 6pmTop Lots of the Sale:- «Still Water III», 2017 - Nic Fiddian-Green (British, born 1963); Copper with verdigris, Edition of 3. Measured at 72« x 23 1/2» plus base. Estimated Price: US$ 200,000 - US$ 250,000- «Black Lab» - Leroy Neiman (American, 1921 - 2012); Oil on board, signed and Dated '76. Measured at 36« x 48». Estimated Price: US$ 130,000 - US$ 150,000- «Lord Robert Grosvenor's Hunters at Moor Park, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire» - John Ferneley Sr. (British, 1782 - 1860); Oil on canvas, signed and dated «J. Ferneley Melton Mowbray 1853». Measured at 42« x 57». Estimated Price: US$ 125,000 - US$ 150,000- «Suffolk Punch» - Herbert Haseltine (American, 1877 - 1962); Bronze, gilt patina with brown highlights, inscribed on base © Haseltine MCMXXXI. Measured at 16 1/2« x 11». Estimated Price: US$ 50,000 - US$ 70,000- «Compass» - Ashley Collins (American, born 1967); Mixed Media, signed. Measured at 84« x 60». Estimated Price: US$ 50,000 - US$ 60,000- «The Race» - Alfred de Dreux (French, 1810 - 1860); Oil on canvas, signed. Measured at 17« x 25.5». Estimated Price: US$ 40,000 - US$ 60,000- «Bull» - Andre Pater (Polish/American born 1953); Pastel, signed. Measured at 30« x 24». Estimated Price: US$ 40,000 - US$ 60,000- «Richard Singleton» - Edward Troye (Swiss/American, 1808 - 1874); Oil on canvas, signed and dated. Measured at 24« x 29». Estimated Price: US$ 40,000 - US$ 60,000- «Athlete» - Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (American, 1875 - 1942); Italian marble, unique. Athlete was exhibited in The Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Memorial Exhibition in 1943 and has remained in a private family collection in the years since. Measured at 42 1/2 x 16 1/2«. Estimated Price: US$ 60,000 - US$ 90,000- »Grande Fenicottero« - Nicola Lazarri (Italian, born 1961); Bronze, signed, edition of 6. Measured at 68» x 23 1/2«. Estimated Price: US$ 40,000 - US$ 50,000- »Newmarket« - Peter Howell (British, born 1932); Oil on canvas, signed. Measured at 39» x 58«. Estimated Price: US$ 35,000 - US$ 45,000- »The Cherry and Black Racing Silks of Pierre Lorillard« - Andre Pater (Polish/American, born 1953); Pastel, signed. Measured at 36» x 24«. Estimated Price: US$ 35,000 - US$ 40,000- »Passion and Patience« - John Sargent Noble (British, 1846 - 1898); Oil on canvas, signed, dated 1863, inscribed verso. Measured at 48» x 72". Estimated Price: US$ 30,000 - US$ 50,000For details, visit: https://www.liveauctioneers.comClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.https://www.blouinartinfo.comFounder: Louise Blouin 

Auction Preview: Fine Design at Cambi Casa D'Aste, Genova, Nov 20

What: Fine DesignWhere: Cambi Casa D'Aste; Mura di San Bartolomeo 16, Genova, 16122, ItalyWhen: November 20; 05.00 pm GMTTop lots of the sale:L. Fontana, «Concetto Spaziale» table, Italy, 1952. A low table with a wooden glass. Decor in oil and ena
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Auction Preview: Fine Design at Cambi Casa D'Aste, Genova, Nov 20

What: Fine DesignWhere: Cambi Casa D'Aste; Mura di San Bartolomeo 16, Genova, 16122, ItalyWhen: November 20; 05.00 pm GMTTop lots of the sale:L. Fontana, «Concetto Spaziale» table, Italy, 1952. A low table with a wooden glass. Decor in oil and enamels for the «Spatial Concept» series. Original signature on the glass. Registered at the Lucio Fontana Archive, Milan, under no. 2410 / 1Arredamenti Borsani, Italy. Estimate: € 80,000 - € 120,000 ($ 91,341 - $ 137,011)G. Sarfatti, 2072 Jo-Jo lamp, Arteluce, 1953. A 2072 «Jo-Jo» pendant lamp with a lacquered metal structure and two-valved methacrylate diffusers. Arteluce, Italy, 1953. Estimate: € 25,000 - € 35,000 ($ 28,544 - $ 39,961)Ico Parisi, a 1112 table, Italy, 1950 ca. A mod. 1112 low table with a wooden structure and brass details. Commissioned for Singer&Sons. Estimate: € 25,000 - € 30,000 ($ 28,544 - $ 34,252)G. Sarfatti, a 2068 lamp, Arteluce, 1952. A mod 2068 pendant lamp in brass and lacquered brass. Arteluce, Italy, 1952. Estimate: € 20,000 - € 30,000 ($ 22,835 - $ 34,252)G. Sarfatti, a 2068 lamp, Arteluce, 1952. A mod 2068 pendant lamp in brass and lacquered brass. Arteluce, Italy, 1952. Estimate: € 20,000 - € 30,000 ($ 22,835 - $ 34,252)Gio Ponti, armchairs, Cassina, 1957. A pair of mod. 811 armchairs with a walnut structure and elastic bands; fabric upholstery. Gio Ponti Archives original certificate. Cassina, Italy, 1957. Estimate: € 20,000 - € 30,000 ($ 22,835 - $ 34,252)Gio Ponti, twelve chairs, Cassina, 1950 ca. Ten mod. 602 chairs and two 1602 armchairs with a wooden structure and fabric upholstery. Gio Ponti Archives original certificate. Cassina, Italy, 1950 ca. Estimate: € 20,000 - € 30,000 ($ 22,835 - $ 34,252)P. Chiesa, a chandelier, Fontana Arte, 1938. A large chandelier with a brass structure and cut coloured crystal diffusers. Fontana Arte, Italy, 1938. Estimate: € 20,000 - € 30,000 ($ 22,835 - $ 34,252)P. and K. LaVerne, a table, USA, 1960 ca. A round wood and brass table with acid-etched decors. Original signature and collection label. LaVerne, USA, 1960 ca. Estimate: € 20,000 - € 25,000 ($ 22,835 - $ 28,544)Gio Ponti, a table, Italy, 1950 ca. A table with a folding top. Walnut structure, brass tips and metal details. Commissioned for Singer&Sons. Gio Ponti Archives original certificate. Estimate: € 18,000 - € 22,000 ($ 20,551 - $ 25,118)C. De Carli, a table, Italy, 1950 ca. A wooden table. Commissioned for Singer&Sons. Estimate: € 15,000 - € 20,000 ($ 17,126 - $ 22,835)G. Crespi, Ellissi table, Italy, 1976. An Ellissi low table from the Plurimi series with a wooden structure lined in root wood. Original mark. Certificate of authenticity. Crespi, Italy, 1976. Estimate: € 15,000 - € 20,000 ($ 17,126 - $ 22,835)For details, visit: https://www.liveauctioneers.comClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin 

Auction Preview: Antiques at Royal Antiques, Pasadena, Nov 21

What: AntiquesWhere: Royal Antiques; Grand 446 S. Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105, United StatesWhen: November 21; 07.00 pm GMTTop lots of the sale:- A French «Francois Linke» Regulator de Parquet Longcase Clock. Index 768, Paris, Circa 1905. M
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Auction Preview: Antiques at Royal Antiques, Pasadena, Nov 21

What: AntiquesWhere: Royal Antiques; Grand 446 S. Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105, United StatesWhen: November 21; 07.00 pm GMTTop lots of the sale:- A French «Francois Linke» Regulator de Parquet Longcase Clock. Index 768, Paris, Circa 1905. Movement by «Berthoud». H 98« x W 22.5» x D 14«. Estimate: $300,000 - $400,000- A Pair Of Bookend Approx. 17000 Carats Emerald With GIA Identification report. Estimate: $200,000 - $300,000- A Russian jeweled silver and blue enamel clock marked faberge and with the work master's mark of »henrik wigstrom«, St. Petersburg, with scratch inventory number 29368. marked under base, Apr 6 cm high. Estimate: $200,000 - $300,000- A highly important English ormolu-mounted KPM Porcelain cabinet, attributed to Gillows of Lancaster and London, also known as Gillows & Co. Late 19th century. Brass inlaid, superb quality ormolu bronze mounts, hand-painted KPM porcelain plaques, turquoise highlights and ebonized wood. Materials And Techniques: Brass, Ebony, Ormolu, Porcelain, Wood. 64 in.H x 86 in.W x 22.5 in.D (163 cmH x 218 cmW x 57 cmD). Estimate: $150,000 - $250,000- Triumph of Ariadne, Large KPM Plaque Signed By »J.Wagner, Wien«; after Hans Makart (German 1840-1884); late 19th/early 20th century; After the original monumental painting of 1873/74 originally designed as the curtain at the Komische Oper (Ringtheater), now housed in the Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. Depicting Ariadne accompanied by Bacchus and his revelers, signed lower left J.Wagner, Wien; reverse inscribed Triumphrug der Ariadne n, H. Makart/ k.k. Gem Gallerie in Wien, blue shield, stamped Made in Austria, also 3603, impressed scepter over KPM also 485 290. plaque: 11.1/4» x 19« (28.5 x 48.5 cm). Estimate: $120,000 - $180,000- Albert-Ernest Carrier Belleuse,French Napoleon III gilt & patinated bronze 3-piece clock & garniture, White & black enamel dial, Roman & Arabic numerals, signed Deniere, Circa 1870. Clock: 23» x 13« x H 38» / Candelabra: 36« x 19». Estimate: $100,000 - $150,000- This Spanish Papeleria, a compartmentalized cabinet depicts the table of Cervantes Don Quixote. Twenty from the classic Spanish book are portrayed in this 8 foot cabinet made of ebony, inlaid with bone and tortoise shell. The inset on the top of the cabinet, directly above, is a portrait of Don Quixote de la Mancha. His escapades including the adventure of the windmills, the auguries he dealt with upon returning to his village. The top drawer has eight drawers with 6 turned baluster supports, and the lower part has 3 apron drawers. Measurement: H 97« x 67» x 18". Estimate: $100,000 - $150,000For details, visit: https://www.liveauctioneers.comClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin 

Auction Preview: Certified Jewelry at Westbury Auction Galleries, La Cresenta, Nov 20

What: Certified JewelryWhere: Westbury Auction Galleries; 3300 Foothill Blvd # 8116, La Cresenta , CA 91214, United StatesWhen: November 20; 06.00 pm GMTTop lots of the sale:- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $327,088.00. Ref: WAG163544. Item no.: TAK14070
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Auction Preview: Certified Jewelry at Westbury Auction Galleries, La Cresenta, Nov 20

What: Certified JewelryWhere: Westbury Auction Galleries; 3300 Foothill Blvd # 8116, La Cresenta , CA 91214, United StatesWhen: November 20; 06.00 pm GMTTop lots of the sale:- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $327,088.00. Ref: WAG163544. Item no.: TAK1407001-02659. Gold Content: Solid 18K White Gold. Weight of Item: 9.74 grams, Size: 7.5. Country Made: U.S.A, Main Gemstone: Natural Emerald, Shape: Oval cut, Quantity: 1 count, Carat Weight: 26.43ctw, Color Grade: Intense Green, Clarity: Type 2, Cut Grade: Very Good. Estimate: $ 163,544 - $ 327,088- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $142,613.00. Ref: WAG76060. Item no.: FA2055170004 a€“ BR6443AE. Gold Content: 18K White Gold. Weight of Item: 13.40 grams. Country Made: U.S.A. Ring Size: 7. Main Gemstone: Natural Emerald. Shape: Emerald cut. Quantity: 1 count. Carat Weight: 9.68ct. Clarity Grade: Type 3. Color Grade: Green. Cut Grade: Very Good. Estimate: $ 71,306 - $ 142,613- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $142,248.00. Ref: WAG94832. Item no.: FA2054795029-BR6214AS. Gold Content: 18K White Gold. Weight of Item: 5.80 grams. Country Made: U.S.A. Ring size: 7. Main Gemstone: Natural Sapphire. Shape: Cushion cut. Quantity: 1 count. Carat Weight: 9.28ct. Clarity Grade: Type 2. Color Grade: Vivid Blue. Cut Grade: Very Good. Estimate: $ 71,124 - $ 142,248- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $139,167.00. Ref: WAG79524. Item no.: TK1242002 a€“ 01663. Gold Content: 18k White Gold. Weight of Item: 15.6grams. Country Made: USA. Main Gemstone: Natural Tanzanite. Shape: Trilliant-Cut. Carat Weight: 26.25ct. Clarity Grade: Type 1. Color: Violetish Blue. Cut Grade: Very Good. Estimate: $ 69,583 - $ 139,167- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $132,632.00. Ref: WAG66316. Item no.: TAK1403007-02615. Gold Content: Solid 18K White Gold/ 18K Yellow Gold. Weight of Item: 72.80 grams. Size: 7 inches. Country Made: U.S.A. Main. Gemstone:Natural..Emerald. Shape: Pear cut. Carat Weight: 57.83ctw. Color Grade: Intense. Green. Clarity: Type 3. Cut Grade: Very Good. Estimate: $66,316 - $132,632- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $ 132,288.00. Ref: WAG88192. Item no.: FA2056058012 - BR5922ATOR. Gold Content: Solid 18K White Gold. Weight of Item: 14.30 grams. Size: 7 inches. Country Made: U.S.A. Main. Gemstone: Natural Paraiba Tourmaline. Shape: Trillion cut. Carat Weight: 9.70 wt. Color Grade: Intense. Blue Green. Clarity: Type 2. Cut Grade: Very Good. Estimate: Estimate: $ 66,144 - $ 132,288- Estimated Retail Replacement Value: $112,890.00. Ref: WAG90312. Gold Content: 18K White Gold. Weight of Item: 19.50 grams. Main Gemstone: Natural Rubellite Tourmaline. Enhancement: None . Shape: Oval cut. Quantity: 1 counts. Weight: 37.56ct. Color: Pinkish Red. Adjacent Gemstone: Natural Diamond. Enhancement: none. Shape: Round Brilliant / Marquise. Quantity: 0 counts. Weight: 5.30ct. Clarity Grade: SI1 - SI2. Color Grade: G a€“ H. Estimate: $ 59,800 - $ 112,890 For details, visit: https://www.liveauctioneers.comClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin 

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Valencia Moto2: Marquez fall hands Oliveira win after early chaos

Marquez had powered his way through to the lead from 16th on the grid, but fell while managing his gap to Oliveira, giving the Portuguese rider a clear run to victory. On a wet but drying track, Sepang race winner Luca Marini had started from pole position bu
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Valencia Moto2: Marquez fall hands Oliveira win after early chaos

Marquez had powered his way through to the lead from 16th on the grid, but fell while managing his gap to Oliveira, giving the Portuguese rider a clear run to victory. On a wet but drying track, Sepang race winner Luca Marini had started from pole position but was behind Xavi Vierge and champion teammate Pecco Bagnaia heading out of Turn 1, before losing his bike at Turn 2 and clipping Bagnaia ... Keep reading

Tanak crash «killed the emotion» of WRC title win – Ogier

Ogier and co-driver Julien Ingrassia sealed a sixth WRC title with a stage to spare in Coffs Harbour, thanks to title rivals Thierry Neuville and Tanak both crashing out on consecutive stages early in the final loop. Neuville was first to drop out of contenti
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Tanak crash «killed the emotion» of WRC title win – Ogier

Ogier and co-driver Julien Ingrassia sealed a sixth WRC title with a stage to spare in Coffs Harbour, thanks to title rivals Thierry Neuville and Tanak both crashing out on consecutive stages early in the final loop. Neuville was first to drop out of contention after hitting a stump on the Coramba test, before Tanak clipped a tree on the Sapphire stage and damaged his Yaris' transmission. It ... Keep reading

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