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  • What is Jiu-Jitsu?

    Although the exact origins of Jiu-jitsu are a topic of debate, most historians agree that it's the oldest and most complete of the martial arts. A commonly-held school of thought is that its origins are in India, where it was created by Buddhist monks around 2,500 years ago. The...
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  • Revenge of the Sith

    Revenge of the Sith is the third in a trilogy of prequels to the original series of Star Wars movies. A franchise created by George Lucas which began in 1977, it follows the earlier adventures of Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, who has the potential to...
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  • The Crown

    Netflix series The Crown is a biographical drama series based on the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Covering the period from her 1947 marriage to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, to the brink of the Suez Crisis in 1956, it includes the period when her sister Princess Margaret's engagement...
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  • Die Hard 2

    Action adventure films are best if they grab your attention from the onset - and you'd be hard pressed to name any opening scene more exciting and stunt-packed than the first 15 minutes of Die Hard 2. It's Bruce Willis' second outing as John McClane, the maverick...
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  • Health and Safety in the Retail Environment

    The UK retail industry employs around three million people, making it one of the country's largest industrial sectors. Health and safety legislation applies to every business (even the smallest), so if you're an employer, you're responsible for taking the appropriate precautions to reduce the risks of danger. ...
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  • Licence to Kill

    In his second outing as Bond, Dalton takes the lead role as the British superspy. Generally accepted by the critics as being darker than many of its predecessors, Licence to Kill is the 16th film in the James Bond 007 series. Dalton played the character with a...
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  • Nick Skelton

    Mention the name Nick Skelton to anyone in the world of show jumping and they will recall an amazing career which saw him win more equestrian competitions than any other rider in history. His popularity remains as great in Geneva, Aachen, Spruce Meadows and Paris as it is on his...
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  • Henry Ford

    The automobile manufacturer Henry Ford is credited with having revolutionised the industrial production industry by introducing the assembly line that is still used in car manufacturing today. The pioneering company founder also raised wages for staff and cut the price of his cars to turn the Ford Motor Company into...
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  • Gladiators

    For many kids growing up in the '90s, Gladiators was compulsive TV viewing. Athletic contestants chosen from members of the public battled the show's team of superhuman Gladiators in events that tested their physical strength, speed, stamina and agility. As the title suggests, the idea of the show was based...
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  • Sharron Davies

    Former English competitive swimmer, Sharron Davies is famous for being the youngest member of the 1976 Great Britain Olympic team, competing in Montreal when she was just 13 years old. She went on to win Olympic and Commonwealth medals and received an MBE in 1993 for services to swimming. ...
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