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Monks in the Middle Ages created strong beer to keep them going during fasting periods - a tradition that's celebrated at Munich's Starkbierfest over the next weeks. Country singer Glen Campbell has died after a battle with Alzheimer's.

Students work in pairs and have two or three minutes together before moving on to pair up with another student. The cards can also then be distributed around the class for students to write out a 'character profile'.

Students ask each other questions to find out the information on their partner's card (Wie heisst du?

I'm surprised at the low score this short is getting on IMDb, because this short deserves better.

In a different present-day world, single people have started to die.

First stop was the Sharif University of Technology, where the foundation met with 10 professors. A sign above one entrance featured cartoon cavemen with the slogan, “Don’t reinvent the wheel!

And Berliners were not the only ones enjoying its hospitality.The lonelier they are, or the more broken their heart, the faster they die. In this environment, people have taken to desperately and ruthlessly finding their perfect match, though it may mean death for everyone they reject or leave.Dating services have sprung up to take advantage of this, and Tim (Kristian Kiehling) joins.The foundation’s head, Joachim Rogall, sees a window of opportunity left by recent political developments in the U. and Britain – two strongholds of scientific research. He moved back to Iran 20 years ago to be with his wife and is currently researching laser networks that allow silent underwater communication and observation. Salehi was cut short by the university president as each professor had just five minutes to present.“Cooperation with the United States and Great Britain will become more difficult. Donald Trump and Brexit could make Germany a more attractive partner for international scientists. Next up was Azam Iraji Zad, an expert in nanotechnology. Iraji Zad graduated from Sussex University in Britain. He returned to Iran 17 years ago and founded the Advanced Information & Communication Technology Center at Sharif University.

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