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  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
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    tips
  • (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
  • (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
  • Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services
  • Predict as likely to win or achieve something
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    50
  • fifty: being ten more than forty
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  • fifty: the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five
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How to Date Young Women: For Men over 35 vol II (Advanced Skills)
How to Date Young Women: For Men over 35 vol II (Advanced Skills)
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Sirimavo, Honouring the world’s first woman Prime Minister.
Sirimavo, Honouring the world’s first woman Prime Minister.
Sirimavo Bandaranaike Sirimavo, Honouring the world’s first woman Prime Minister. Edited by Tissa Jayatilaka. Colombo: The Bandaranaike Museum Committee, 2010. Reviewer: H. L. Seneviratn This beautifully produced volume celebrates and honours the memory of the world’s first woman Prime Minister, Sirimavo Bandaranaike, and marks the 50th anniversary of that remarkable event. In the subsequent years and decades women were elected prime minister (or president as the case may be) in a number of countries including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Israel, the Philippines, the UK, Germany, Liberia and most recently, Australia. The volume consists of approximately150 pages of essays, 40 pages of photographs and 120 pages of speeches. All speeches but one, a six page address by Edouard Saouma, Director-General of the FAO presenting Prime Minister Bandaranaike for the Ceres Medal are the Prime Minister’s. All three sections, the essays, the photographs and the speeches, are valuable and entirely befit the celebratory and commemorative occasion. In the interest of keeping this review to a manageable length, I have no choice but to give less attention to some of the essays than to others. For the same reason I will make no detailed mention of the Prime Minister’s nine speeches except to say that five were delivered in parliament and the remaining four at international locations. These speeches in general are simple but powerful, and resonate with the qualities of the Prime Minister repeatedly appreciated in the essays of this volume, and by all who knew her or of her, directly or indirectly. The majority of the essays are the work of people who knew the Prime Minister intimately through close professional interaction, either as public servant, political colleague, diplomat or other specialist, each a distinguished achiever in her or his field. These are mostly personal accounts of professional work done for the Prime Minister during which it is natural to get an impression and form an opinion. Two of the essays are by academicians and carry the stamp of their trade. In addition to this generic variation, the essays vary in length from six to sixteen pages, and are a colourful mix of topics, ideas and writing styles. Altogether, the essays, supported by the speeches, constitute a vivid and substantial picture of the making of Mrs. Bandaranaike as Prime Minister and her conduct of, and achievement in that role. It is to the credit of both the editor and the authors that the essays are not adulatory but critical evaluations to a greater or lesser degree. The volume as a whole comes through as an objective assessment despite its copious accommodation of personal admiration. The broadest theme and integrative idea behind the volume is the tension between the democratic and authoritarian that haunted the Sirimavo Bandaranaike regime, and the potential it posed for tipping the balance in favour of the latter. This tension, in subjugation most of the time, is unmistakable in the essays of Jayampathy Wickramaratne and Sam Wijesinha, and most clearly and eloquently in that of Jayadeva Uyangoda, as we shall see in the concluding paragraphs below. The essays are unanimous about the work habits, values, attitudes, skills and personal charm of the Prime Minister. Essay after essay mention these and other admirable characteristics: the Prime Minister is decisive, sincere, hard working, energetic, punctual, generous, accommodating and considerate, all this with a sense of humour to boot. The authors also repeatedly mention the Prime Minister’s courage, fortitude and tenacity. She took a reasoned view of an issue, made decisions, and having done so, did not try to micro-manage them. That she was sincere in her desire to help uplift the condition of the masses, and that she was not driven by greed for power, personal glorification and aggrandizement comes through unambiguously, both in the essays and the speeches. When she first appeared on the political horizon she was considered by most people to be no more than an inexperienced housewife who would be a mere figurehead while the party bosses would have free rein to act as they pleased. But soon after she was appointed Prime Minister, this perception had to give in to the reality of what she was, a born leader with a political mind of her own. M. D. D. Peiris, who served the Prime Minister as Secretary gives us a detailed picture of her capacity for work, and her remarkable personal and leadership qualities. She was decisive, and had extraordinary stamina that enabled her to work long hours. He mentions, as does the economist Leelananda de Silva, how uncomplainingly, and amazingly, she read overnight through boxes of material sent to her and delivered it back to them punctually next morning with "no complaints, all done" as Secretary Peiris puts it. She understood the relation between politics and administration and fostered the natural growth of informal arrangements un
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OK... its happening... I have been tagged once again... and i have succumbed to the pressure of posting ten (10) things about myself... I guess 7 times is the trick... because this is the seventh time i have been tagged... so here goes... grab the popcorn, napkins and beverage and read "my ten things about myself"... One ~ (and to go along with the picture and the nature of today for our family) I have a thirteen year old daughter, my youngest, and she is graduating from grade eight today. The photo is of one of her snubbies that was taken to Paris and put at the base, tip, whatever its called, at the Louvre in Paris. I used to take a stuffed animal of hers when I travelled for business and photograph it in the city I was in… this was probably the biggest highlight of a snubbies travels… the second being photos of me and a snubbie at a client dinner in Montreal where I had the client take the photo of the snubbie and I eating at a restaurant. Not to be left out I have a second child… well a young man now. I have a seventeen year old son that will be graduating from high school next year (god willing). For all the struggles and pain of raising a teenage boy I have to say he is a fantastic, caring human being… Case in point… he has never fought with his little sister, he comes home from work and after saying hi… asks where his sister is, if she’s not home he wants to know when she will be… and if she is at home he goes into her room and asks her how her day was and a conversation starts… I know one thing… He will ALWAYS look out for his sister… and she will always look out for him… Two ~ I am a Libra, born in the middle of October and my due date was Friday the 13th… HA… but my mom always used to tell me that was good luck… hmmmm… I used to think, “Alright mom… we will go with that” …. Three ~ I am in my early forties and born in south-western Ontario in a town called Kitchener… and grew up till I was twelve in a town of 600 near St. Jacobs, Ontario. So a small town boy at heart that thinks that it might be time to move to a small town with the view of the mountains or of the ocean... Lately I have been hearing people say, "i wish i lived (insert city here) and I have been thinking... why wish... lifes too short... Four ~ I have a younger brother that was born when I was in grade eight… He is married and lives out in the country and the breed dogs. Five ~ I married my high school sweetheart that I met at the age of 16… we were friends, then best friends, then made the inevitable leap and became that couple that everyone envied… We then were married at the age of 21. She is one of the most intelligent women I think I will ever meet… a fantastic mother and very forgiving… god knows she learned that living with me. Six ~ My mother died three years ago and I never realized how much she meant to me till she was gone… so, pick up the phone and call your parents… they will not be with you forever… Seven ~ I just found out my Dad is getting re-married in the New Year… which I am happy about… Eight ~ I finally figured out what I want to do with my life… win the lottery and travel the world taking photos ~ wait ~ that’s in the dream world, in real life I finally figured out that running a sales department is where I excel… climbing the corporate ladder and running businesses was good for the pocketbook but not conducive to a happy life… for me anyways… so… I want quality of life with the opportunity to make a decent living versus the opposite… what’s the saying, “work to live, not live to work” … someone once said to me that you will not be lying on your death bed saying, “boy, I wish I spent more time at work… it’s the regret of not spending more time with your loved ones that will be your largest regret” Nine ~ I want to travel more… I have been all over the world, more for work, than vacationing… and I want to do more of it… my favourite cities that I have visited are Paris and Budapest. Ten ~ Indulgences… Grand Marnier, Red Wine, Steak (and not the cheap grocery store kind either), Dark Chocolate, Lobster and Cheesecake

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