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ENGLAND: FA Confirm Team Will Not Play Russia While They Wage WAR on Ukraine

This is our daily post that is shared across Twitter & Telegram and published first on here with Kindness & Love ❤️❤️ on My.Daz.blog #AceNewsRoom With ‘Kindness & Wisdom’ Feb.27, 2022 @AceBreakingNews  Follow Our Breaking & Daily News Here As It Happens: #AceSportsDesk says England will refused to play Russia at any level while the conflict […]

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(ENGLAND) RSPCA Report: A missing wallaby has finally been caught after dodging several capture attempts during three weeks on the run in the countryside #AceNewsDesk report

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STONEHENGE: The moon moves through many phases and can have a profound effect on our energy and mindset as it transitions through the night sky: So what are the full moon dates and names in 2022?

Stargazers are set to witness some impressive celestial sights in 2022. As well as the full moons that come round every month, there will also be a series of supermoons to look out for. Full Moon over Stonehenge: Photo credits to Stonehenge Dronescapes Here’s all of the full moon dates for 2022.January 17th 2022: Full […]

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World History & Research Reports

(ENGLAND) Puritan Family Christmas Report: A sixteenth-century Puritan family has been no stranger episode in the long history of the English Christmas than the attempt to suppress both the religious and the secular celebrations during the period between 1644 and 1659 #AceHistoryDesk report

#AceHistoryReport – Dec.22: The Puritans objected to the Popish associations of Christmas and to the excesses such as play-acting, gambling and dancing with which as the great national holiday it was associated more than any other season. But neither of the chief Puritan critics of Christmas before 1640 went so far as to advocate abolition. […]

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(ENGLAND) Cost of Clothes Murder Report: Could something as mundane as a shirt ever be the motive for murder? What if clothing were more expensive than rent or a mortgage? In 1636 a maidservant, Joan Burs, went out to buy mercury #AceHistoryDesk report

#AceHistoryReport – Dec.18: It is no wonder, therefore, that there was a thriving black market for second-hand clothing of dubious provenance; much of the clothing worn by the middling and working classes essentially ‘fell off a cart’. #AceHistoryDesk News Report: Crimes of Fashion: A toxic heavy metal, mercury causes damage to the nervous system and […]