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No. 47 Angel Beach 2014


Editorial The number 47 of the magazine offer current information and items of interest to our readers In sports. We review the recent classification of 12 Venezuelan athletes: 7 men and 5 women, weight lifters, for 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. We also offer an interesting note about coronation acts of the King of Spain Philip VI. For our readers who love the kitchen bring a section dedicated to a Caracas recipe for a dish common in Latin American countries, the “Mondongo”. And our usual sections, to the delight of our public follower.

Content: Entertainment. Matthew McConaughey honored for True Detective. One Direction's Louis Tomlinson: Doncaster takeover confirmed. Horoscope. Science. The Earth is changing!! Culture. Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948 –1988. Health. Limb regeneration: Do salamanders hold the key? Transplanted fetal stem cells for Parkinson's show promise. Fitness. The worst lies of bodybuilding. Fashion. Men's fashion week in Milan starts with Ferragamo. Showbiz. King Felipe VI calls for ‘new Spain' as he is sworn in ... Cook. Mondongo. Sports. Venezuela achieved 12 seats in weightlifting for Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. Puzzles. 1


Matthew McConaughey honored for True

The actor was honored at the fourth annual Television Critics' Awards, which saw Breaking Bad take home the coveted best drama honor. He credited television with "raising the bar for character-driven drama". Fargo, inspired by the 1996 film, and prison comedy drama Orange Is the New Black dominated with three awards each.

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One Direction's Louis Tomlinson: Doncaster takeover confirmed

The member of the pop group One Direction, Louis Tomlinson completed the acquisition of the club on Thursday in partnership with the president of the institution John Ryan.

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Happy birthday, Cáncer! You are friendly and dependable in your personal and professional lives. These are qualities that draw people to you.

Taurus: Don’t pay too much attention to what you hear from others about financial trends. With your love of luxury and interest in money matters, you probably know as much, if not more, about the market. In today’s world, a tap of the keyboard can get you all the information you need on the subject.

Leo. July will be a big month for you. Both the sun and Jupiter move to your sign, making it an ideal time to figure out your goals for the year. Your sixth sense is heightened as the sun moves to your solar 12th house.

Aries: The sun is moving into your solar second house, and this could bring up esteem issues, especially if you feel unworthy of what you want. Use this weekend to gauge how secure you are financially.

Geminis: This weekend, when the all-powerful sun transits to your sign, beginning your next 12-month solar cycle, it’s a good time to reassess life. Evaluate your goals, sever toxic relationships and surround yourself with positive people who seek to live to the fullest.

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Virgo. If someone close needs advice on an important issue, don’t blow them off. Give the problem close attention. Otherwise, your opportunity to help and mentor will be lost. Remember, there is such a thing as karma, and you don’t want to mess with it.

Scorpio. Travel and foreign affairs are emphasized, and if you have a chance to do either, you’ll want to be ready. Try to be flexible. Life rarely stays the same, and you’ll be left behind if you don’t let go of the old. Embrace change. You might get a big surprise!

Libra. If you’re frustrated this weekend because a situation isn’t to your liking, don’t lash out at someone innocent. Gather the facts and decide your next step; it could be a life-changer, especially if it concerns a business deal.

Sagittarius. The sun moves to your solar eighth house and brings a fiscal matter to a satisfactory resolution. If you need to clear the air with someone close, an opportunity could come this weekend, but you may need to initiate it. Do what feels right; otherwise, there could be unsettled energy between you.

Capricorn. It’s the weekend, and the sun moves to your seventh house, the area of relationships, highlighting your personal life. Make time for friends and loved ones. Much planetary activity affects your sign now. Ignore inappropriate comments; it’s not your problem.

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Aquarius. Regardless of whether your values have changed and you are on a different path now, try to stay on top of developments that would have affected you before. Nothing is set in stone. This weekend, reexamine your goals. With a different course, you may need to alter plans to accommodate these changes.

Piscis. Do some reflection this weekend. Take time to consider your wants, needs and aspirations. Once you do and learn to accept yourself for who you are, you can more easily accept others, no matter how different. The secret to real happiness is being comfortable in your own skin.

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The first set of high-resolution results from ESA's three-satellite Swarm constellation reveals the most recent changes in the magnetic field that protects our planet.

Launched in November 2013, Swarm is providing unprecedented insights into the complex workings of Earth's magnetic field, which safeguards us from the bombarding cosmic radiation and charged particles. Measurements made over the past six months confirm the general trend of the field's weakening, with the most dramatic declines over the Western Hemisphere.

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Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, The Museum of Modern Art presents a major retrospective devoted to the art of Lygia Clark (Brazilian, 1920 – 1988), the first comprehensive exhibition in North America of her work. Lygia

Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948 – 1988 comprises nearly 300 works made between the late 1940s and her death in 1988. Drawn from public and private collections, including MoMA’s own, this survey is organized around three key themes: abstraction, Neo-Concretism, and the “abandonment” of art. Each of these axes anchors a significant concept or a constellation of works that mark a definitive step in Clark’s career. While Clark’s legacy in Brazil is profound, this exhibition draws international attention to her work. By bringing together all parts of her radical production, the exhibition seeks to reintroduce her into current discourses of abstraction, participation, and a therapeutic art practice. Museum facilitators will be present in the galleries to help visitors experience of a selection of Clark’s "sensorial objects."

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Lygia Clark (1920 – 1988) trained in Rio de Janeiro and Paris from late 1940s to mid-1950s and was a leading abstract artist at the forefront of the Neo-Concretist movement in Brazil, fostering the active participation of spectators through her works. From the late 1960s through the 1970s she created a series of unconventional artworks in parallel to a lengthy psychoanalytic therapy, leading her to develop a series of therapeutic propositions grounded in art. Clark has become a major reference for contemporary artists dealing with the limits of conventional forms of art.

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Limb regeneration: Do salamanders hold the key? The secret of how salamanders successfully regrow body parts is being unraveled by researchers in a bid to apply it to humans. For the first time, researchers have found that the 'ERK pathway' must be constantly active for salamander cells to be reprogrammed, and hence able to contribute to the regeneration of different body parts.

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Transplanted fetal stem cells for Parkinson's show promise Fetal dopamine cells transplanted into the brains of patients with Parkinson's disease were able to remain healthy and functional for up to 14 years, a finding that could lead to new and better therapies for the illness, researchers report. The researchers looked at the brains of five patients who got fetal cell transplants over a period of 14 years and found that their dopamine transporters (DAT), proteins that pump the neurotransmitter dopamine, and mitochondria were still healthy at the time the patients died, in each case of causes other than Parkinson's.

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The worst lies of bodybuilding 1.- We can put as big as a pro bodybuilder without using steroids; just takes longer. 2.- To get really big you have to eat a super high calorie diet. 3.- If you eat a low fat no matter how many calories you consume diet and not gain fat 4.- The more you train the more you grow May. 5.- The more you train better. 6.- Do not have to be strong to be big. 7.- Training programs that work best for pro bodybuilders are best for everyone. 8.- You can not build muscle on a diet of calorie consumption "sub-maintenance". 9.- You can not grow if you only work each body part once a week. 10.- You can not make a profit if you only train with weights three days a week. 11.- The women need to train differently to men. 12.- There are supplements available that are as effective as steroids but safer. 13.- The Professional bodybuilders represent the epitome of health and fitness. 14.- The weight training causes muscles become hard and lose flexibility and, consequently, athletic performance. 15.- Filling up of carbohydrates (charge) is an excellent way to improve athletic performance.

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Men's fashion week in Milan starts with Ferragamo Long trench coats and elegant dresses in brown tones share the limelight with comfortable shirts and shorts in beige, in the new Salvatore Ferragamo collection for Spring / Summer 2015 season, presented today at the men's fashion week in Milan.

Firms such as Calvin Klein, Prada, Diesel Black, Emporio Armani and Gucci present their proposals for menswear trends 2015 to June 24 in the Milan catwalk.

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King Felipe VI calls for ‘new Spain' as he is sworn in ... King Felipe VI has called for "a new Spain that we will build together" after being proclaimed head of state in a ceremony in parliament. Earlier, King Felipe received the royal sash from his father, Juan Carlos I, at the Zarzuela Palace near Madrid.

He acceded to the throne at the stroke of midnight after King Juan Carlos formally abdicated on Wednesday. The proceedings have been kept low key, as many Spaniards are suffering economic hardship.

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Mondongo: INGREDIENTS: 1 kg beef belly 1 kg of beef legs apart 1 teaspoon baking soda 4 lemons cut into halves 4 tablespoons of vinegar 10 cups of water ¼ kilo of cassava 125 gr of green beans Carrot 125g 1 cup beans tender jojotos ¼ kg potatoes ¼ kg of taro ¼ kg yam ¼ kg of mapuey (optional) ¼ kg of sweet potato ¼ kg of pumpkin ¼ kg of cabbage 4 teaspoons salt ½ tablespoon tiny capers 1 tablespoon prepared mustard 2 tablespoons minced pickled in vinegar 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce C ½ teaspoon ground dried chili (or about 15 drops of hot sauce) 1 1/2 cup corn dumplings 1 inch or less in diameter 1 ½ tablespoons minced parsley 1 ½ tablespoons minced cilantro 1 tablespoon sugar

INGREDIENTS FOR STIR-FRY: ¼ cup oil 1 ½ cups chopped onion 8 cloves garlic, crushed 1 cup white part minced garlic Porro ¼ cup of the white part and something green onions chopped 1 cup chopped red bell pepper 1 ½ tablespoons minced fresh chili

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PREPARATION: Rinsed and cleaned very well with the help of a knife tummy, first on the outside removing the remains of peritoneum attached and then having his raspy scraping inside. Yourself in that order so there are no remains of peritoneum attached to the raspy surface odor that could communicate to the soup. Wash also under running water and the legs by scraping with a knife. In a container tummy in water to cover to which you add the baking soda, and juice of three lemons 2 tablespoons vinegar sets. Apart peeled, washed and cleaned under running water legs, scraping with a knife, removing skin debris that may have plenty of rubbing and the remaining lemon. In a pressure cooker tummy and 5 cups of water are placed. They close securely, is brought to a boil, reducing heat slightly and cook for 30 minutes. Remove from heat, allow to cool, uncovered the pot, drain and put aside the belly and strained broth through a fine sieve. Similarly we proceed with the legs and remaining 5 cups water. It also put aside the strained broth and pieces of leg. Meanwhile a sauce by putting the oil in a pot to heat is prepared. Onion and garlic are added and cooked until wilted, about 4 minutes. The joint were successively added garlic, onion, paprika, peppers, tomatoes and tomato sauce. Cook for 10 to 15 minutes more until thickened slightly and is set aside. Belly into pieces about 2 inches per side is cut, about 3 cups thus obtained. Is set aside. Meat and gelatin to the legs by cutting them into pieces also removed. Is set aside. Peel the vegetables, cut into 1 inch pieces and wash, drain and put aside. In a large pot put fire broth obtained by cooking the belly and legs, also cassava, green beans, carrots, beans, sweet corn, potatoes, taro, yams, “mapuey”, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and cabbage shopped. Then brings to a boil and cook over medium heat for about 35 minutes at 4°or until all soften slightly. Without straining the sauce, also pepper, salt, capers, remaining vinegar, mustard, pickles, Worcestershire sauce and chili peppers or hot sauce and continue cooking for another 30 to 40 minutes is added. Belly, meat and jelly legs and dumplings are added. It brings to a boil and cook over medium heat for 30 to 40 minutes more, until the broth thickens slightly. In total cooking 1 ½ to 1 ¾ hour. At the end you stir the parsley, cilantro

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Venezuela achieved 12 seats in weightlifting for Toronto 2015 Pan American Games The Venezuelan team weightlifting had 12 tickets, seven male and five female, for the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games after their participation in the continental championship speciality, held last week in Dominican Republic. Qualifying for a high quote of America depended on the results obtained by the different nations in the team competition in both the women's and men in two events: the Pan in Margarita Island - Venezuela in 2013 and made Santo Domingo, referred press release from the Venezuelan

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Words: 1.Magazine 2.Arts 3.Sports 4.Cannes 5.Spain 6.Salvatore 7.Lygia Clark 8.News 9.Read 10.Magazine 11.Win 12.Cook 13.UEMPS 14.Puzzles 15.People

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