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"normandy france" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:47 min | 6 months ago

"normandy france" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"From the underground command post Deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a non district building We have once again made contact with our leader mind All American Mark Levin here are number 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one While Iran's about to break out with nuclear weapons while the Ukrainians are beginning to lose the war has 2 million Muslims in concentration camps and is preparing for with Taiwan While our border is wide open with a massive number of people prepared to come over Inflation is through the roof gas prices are through the roof Food shortages and worse coming Crime through the roof There will be prime time hearings on none of that None of it Not the threat of a depression not the threat of nuclear war Not the threat of another million people coming into the United States so legally no no no no no Not a hearing on murder through our cities day in and day out particularly on weekend nights Now the Democrat party with two never trumpers are going to hold a hearing on what they say is the greatest threat ever to American democracy They're not the greatest threat of course And I want to discuss that with you in a moment that some length But before I do the president of the United States the putative president of the United States Joe Biden Has failed to even issue a statement on the 78th anniversary of D-Day but at least he's consistent He failed to issue a statement on the 77th anniversary of D-Day Now if this had been that day about climate change and the Green New Deal I've had been a day about the LGBT community quite frankly if they've been a day about horrific event in American history he'd be issuing more than one statement But D-Day nothing silence Not a word Trump recognized D-Day Even Obama recognized D-Day Bush recognized D-Day Clinton recognized D-Day What is it about D-Day that this administration is ashamed of And so I take you back to June 6th 1984 the 40th anniversary of D-Day With Ronald Reagan who went to Normandy France Went to Normandy France To recognize those men who died So we would live free Cut 20 go 40 summers have passed since the battle that you fought here You were young the day.

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"normandy france" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"normandy france" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The weekend The AP's Julie Walker Gunfire from several shooters killed three people and wounded at least 11 others in a Philadelphia entertainment district late Saturday night Police also say that same night a drive by shooting at a South Carolina high school graduation party killed a woman and wounded 7 others Gunfire at another graduation party Friday night in Virginia killed a 20 year old and left 7 other young people injured Then early Saturday a 14 year old girl was killed in 8 wounded in a shooting at a Phoenix strip mall three more people were killed and 14 wounded from gunfire near a nightclub in Chattanooga Tennessee early Sunday At the same time police also say in Michigan three people were killed by gunfire and a shooting outside in Arizona bar left two dead Russia is warning this morning that if the west provides Ukraine with long-range rockets Moscow will respond by taking over larger areas of Ukraine and this morning on the 78th anniversary of D-Day the day allied soldiers landed on the beaches of Normandy France to fight the Nazis 98 year old World War II veteran Charles Shay is back in France for the commemorations and he has a message on seeing the fighting in Ukraine I think the human being likes to I think they like to fight I don't know that we see this to know what's going on 1944 led around his speeches and we thought we would bring peace to the world that it's not possible We're waiting for a vote in Britain on whether British prime minister Boris Johnson will lose his job governing conservatives hold the no confidence vote today Bermuda is shutting down facilities as tropical storm Alex heads its way This is AP news Four days of celebrations in honor of Queen Elizabeth have just ended in Britain The London crowd delights as Queen Elizabeth II appears on the balcony at the end of her platinum jubilee In a crowning moment for the celebrations the queen on Sunday appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony to thrilling fans who'd hoped to catch a glimpse of her during the final day of festivities marking them on 70 years on the throne for queen dressed in bright red waved and smiled as.

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"normandy france" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

07:12 min | 10 months ago

"normandy france" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Reagan, eldest son of Ronald Reagan, and now chairman and president of the Reagan legacy foundation. Mike, I got to tell you a funny story, and that is I was, you know, I had sort of a standard speech, which I gave after I wrote my book on your dad. And I was invited by the Reagan library to give a speech and Nancy Reagan, your stepmom was in the audience. But because I was giving my standard speech and in the Q&A, somebody asked me, they said something like, you know, it was Nancy, the power behind the throne was she the one telling Reagan what to do, and I used a line admin using on campus that worked really well, but I forgot that Nancy was in the audience and I said, well, I think that I think that Ronnie's hero was Calvin Coolidge, and Nancy's was Calvin Klein. You know? And the audience of course roared and then I looked down and I see Nancy Reagan looking up at me and I couldn't tell from her expression if she thought it was amusing or not, but I slowed a slight chill of terror went down my spine. When I did that, but that was, I still remember that very vividly because of how odd it was. She might have thought Calvin Klein was a downgrade. Oh yeah, that's right. She would look at you. That way. But no, you know, that was a great reader of history. I tell kids to come to young Americans foundation all the time. I say readers are leaders and Ronald Reagan if anything was a great reader of history, the books in his library, he actually read those books more than one time. And that's important because we don't read that much anymore. We watch the news we watch this, we watch that, but we don't read and readers are in fact leaders. You know, a story about my dad and again talking about him and World War II, great generation. You know that he was legally blind. He was one of the first ones to wear contact lenses. And he wanted to be in the army. He was in the cavalry, wanting to be in the army. But he knew he couldn't pass the eye exam. So we went and he memorized the eye exam. And when he went to go for his test, and they said, close your right eye or left eye, read line three. He had it memorized. Really? He couldn't see it. Couldn't see it, but he memorized, and that's how he got into the army, retired as a captain doing 300 films for the military during the World War II. You know, interestingly, over the years, I think the intellectual respect for Reagan has increased. I remember the historian Doug Brinkley who had written the book about Jimmy Carter. And he had a rather dismissive view of Reagan, and I told him, I said, listen, why don't you go over to the Reagan library or the ranch, go pick up the books off the shelf, Reagan's own books and look inside them, you'll see Reagan's own markings in there and then go read the letters of Reagan and so Doug did that to his great credit. And I think wrote the important book the Reagan diaries which I think coming from a liberal rice university helped help the intellectual class to see that Reagan was no dummy even though a lot of people had portrayed him as such. Well, absolutely true. Just read him. All you have to do is read them and you will really truly understand him. And that's why I think it's important for me to do the things that I do with the Reagan legacy foundation. The scholarship program we have for the kids on the USS Ronald Reagan that we've been doing since the early 2000s when she was commissioned and what have you and the brick project we have at saint Mary gleason Normandy France where people can go online to walk away to victory dot com and purchase a brick in the name of a loved one who served the European theater during the Second World War. And see it placed in the ground at saint Mary gleason, which is the first town free by America on V day. If you saw Saving Private Ryan, that's where all the paratroopers are going. If you saw the longest day, Red Buttons is hanging from the church steeple in the center of saint Mary glees. And so we've been doing that now for about the past 5, 6, 7 years with this brick project. And it's amazing to see these 99 and hundred year old men who bailed out of airplanes at 17 years old. Go to saint Mary and look down and see a brick, you know, with their name on it. And we've been doing that. And that's why I try and help carry the legacy of my father for what he did at point the hot with that speech at point to Hawkins and carry it forward because he has such a heart for those who save the world. When Margaret Thatcher was asked about your dad's legacy, she said he won the Cold War without firing a shot. What I find interesting about Reagan was that he was very hawkish toward the Soviet Union in the first term. This was the term of the evil empire speech, the arms build up the MX missiles, strategic missile defense, but in the second term, it's almost like your dad pivoted and began to work with Gorbachev, whom he recognized had something different about him, and I'm wondering if in thinking about all that, you would say of your dad that he distrusted, he saw evil in the empire, but he was also able to be optimistic about the human spirit. And so he had the sense that Gorbachev was capable of steering that evil ship if you will in a more in a better direction. What explains your dad's pivot from the first term to the second term? It looks to me in retrospect he was right in the vote times around, but many conservatives liked him in the first term and then they're like, he's too soft on Gorbachev, but your dad and only your dad was right the whole way through. He was right the whole way through, but he knew that Gorbachev was the only way to finish the Cold War and end it. And he knew his term was coming to an end also. If I have time for a real quick story, 1976, my dad loses the nomination. I'm with my dad in the upper room of a hotel that night. I say, why are you even running for this position? He said Michael for so long I've watched American presidents sit down with secretary general of the Soviet Union. And every time we sit down with them, they ask us to give up something to get along with them. He says, I wanted to be the first president to sit down with the secretary general. I was going to let him pick the table, the cherries and the place because Michael that's how they do those things at that level. And as he was telling me what it was, I was going to have to give up to get along with them. I was going to get up from my chair and walk around the other side of the table, lean over and whisper in his ear. Net. I want to be the first president to say net to a secretary general of Soviet Union to this ten years later. Now remember, Nancy and not told him he was going to run a 1980 yet, all right? So ten years later in wreck of it. He is there. And Macau Gorbachev, they're designed salt. Mikhail Gorbachev says you have to give up SDI or Star Wars. We've all seen the photograph of my dad turning away. What did my dad say? Yet, I was the only one on the plans to do what the answer was going to be. And a year later, Macau Gorbachev came to Washington and signed that agreement..

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"normandy france" Discussed on Grumpy OG’s

Grumpy OG’s

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Grumpy OG’s

"We'd all experience it together. We all go to fucking Mongolia. Right. And we'd all be nobody knows what that made you said. I'm looking for the fucking golden arches. To go to Tibet or Mongolia. That's what I was. Wild ass. You could do it. As a few names. Swim. He was a pool 30 years. No. Not like that. I'm talking about he said he was suck at for three hours. I started thinking too much, I'm like fuck, any term was like that fucking edge is going. I'm like that. I still don't fly enough. That's why. I know, a purpose. Once you fly a lot, you're just like, this is what it is, right? The minute it takes all, I'm like, there's whatever happens. But also he's not a roller coaster. I mentioned my flights by movies. Well, now you know why I am a little bit more nervous than I was before 'cause I have kids now. So now I'm like, fuck, I want to die got my kids I gotta go back to bro that's real. I'll just drink up. Let's go. Oh no. I understand you. I know. I get too much thoughts about my brain. Look, have you ever get nervous? This is a method that I've used forever when it comes to turbulence. But 'cause I watch all those war movies and if you watch like those old school World War II movies when they were flying into Normandy France, they could help you. Listen, they're getting shot at with fucking, you know, like, bombs, it's called flack, and these fucking planes in the fucking guys are like there. And then they fucking eventually get over it. And then jump out and then land and they don't man telling the story today. I'm like, bro, if they can go through that shit, and they're getting shot at and the rinky dinky old planes. We can handle thought about it. You don't even know those dudes. Like, I know you guys. And if I see you, he did not do it 'cause I know him. We can be on the same blood. I'm just talking about the idea of that dude to Normandy? That those planes can withstand getting shot at. I know. But you know what I'm saying? You say that tomorrow we turn on the news and they're like, yeah, 5 57. It happens. If it filled out, let me get a bird out. You can get that news on across the world. I know, but they talk about a bird hitting a bird and it goes to the engine. When you built these engines, what a grill on that puppy. It's not, yeah, you're right. The plane on the Hudson. Just saying. Hitting the fucking engine. I know local. That sounds a little illmatic. I still I'm not gonna tell you. What are you talking about? What your he gave it to me. Like, yeah. You know what I'm in New York? Man, something is you. Yeah. We had some great fucking times. We got some we had so many great times we don't even remember. Oh, my God, for real. Spark another man. Look, I'm actually gonna give you an example. So I'm not gonna name the person, but someone randomly fucking. Can we label for 200? No. It's irrelevant the person. They're not irrelevant. Just bring this up. So does DJ friend of ours. He is kind of random in a sense. He fucking text me, this random ass picture. And I mean, we know when this happened, but the fact that he texts me this picture only she was a scooter. Oh, he was just talking about that. He's talking about that. Yo, I was just about to ask you, what's your favorite promo that we've been? That's one of the best ones. The biggest problem we ever did and sitting in Jersey. We were working on time out. Ahead of the table. Oh yeah. That echoes place and they're like so everybody go ahead and take a look and look at Eric and really something like what the fuck? Are you reporting that to an everybody charge? He had all the head of the street team. Too . In terms of looking at you and I'm looking over and I do, and it doesn't look like I'm looking at you like what did you do? He's like, what? He goes, we got a $1 million fine. Oh yeah. Thank you. That's right. The guy's like, give him a fucking Robert brother. Who's like, oh, shit. Okay, we're not in trouble. I like it. So I have to do it. That's a hyrule. And that's how I was cousin. That's not hyrule. Yeah, I remember cousins. Let me see. Hi, I'll never use it look like hyrum. I have a picture of hybrid Orlando and they almost look like twins. Two Russians? Damn, that is an old. Yeah, it's his cousin. Yeah. Let me finish the story. Sends me this random thing. I'm like, dope. Where'd you get this picture from? He's like, I'm at my sister's house and it's in her stash. Go. What? And then I'm like, I'm like, oh, all right. So, yeah, which one is she? And then he pointed out, he said that she worked with us and that she you know she was a campaign with it. Oh, yeah. It's fantastic. I wonder how many of those are sort of double if they just start sending it to us. I would like to see those pigs. That's funny. And also that weekend? Yeah. I have that picture. I don't have that much. And I got a lot of.

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"normandy france" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Picking up new skill isn't easy. Mastering a new skill and marketing. Your mastery can take years not for twelve year. Old carter knows worthy though. All of the above took him Uh month carter was already gifted sketch artist with an interest in architecture. And when nova scotia went into lockdown during its third kovic wave carter decided to take up watercolour painting now people across the country and other countries including turkey. France and singapore are buying. His work. here is carter knows where worthy talking to the cbc about his in demand gift for painting will personally. I think i'm very lucky. Because i'm getting paid for something that i enjoy to do and i think it also helped me in the future because those great buildings that i like to draw there. They've been designed by architects. I think if i draw them ill help me understand the more to design build Molder my favorite is probably the parliament building because the drawing in the painting. I find it goes pretty well together. I didn't do too many details with the windows with the the roof off. But i just like how i arranged on the beach and i saw on your instagram to that. Some of your commissions are like people's houses so not not any famous buildings not a landmark that anybody would recognize but people's childhood homes or or their grandparents home. How did it feel to the full tower or big band you know. Draw someone the home in normandy france. It made me feel knowing that. They asked me to josh. Something that they feel connected to that they like my work that much that they would like to purchase something that they truly like with through my work. So i'm pretty happy about that. And so you said about forty forty commission so far yeah around that. I haven't really counted but your best bestseller was Most popular one. Kimberly kimberly row. And then i pay cove lighthouse. Yeah more of the original ones that i've jude toward the beginning. So the clock tower gag law hours had to paint that like five times actually got to the point where i had to tell people. He may not move on me. Curt her draw for me. He didn't want. And if you give word of this you can say no. And so he he never did. But i think after five fish of a certain painting he would want him on so many commissions came in. It actually worked out perfectly. There's two weeks left the summer. He has one commission left. And he's made five prints. I didn't even put it on my facebook page. If anyone looking for christmas gift or whatever it just would be too much for him so i think the way it worked out was just perfect. Where and.

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"normandy france" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on KCRW

"Direct action to end the AIDS crisis. You could do it. And if I didn't like it, I might argue with you, but I wouldn't try to stop you from doing it. Sarah Schulman and the Story of Act up Also Patricia Marx reports on an exciting day at the Ballpark the opening day for vaccinated seating. That's the New Yorker radio hour, right after this People. Mm hmm. Live from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. Vice President Kamala Harris heads to Guatemala this afternoon, the first leg of her first foreign trip in office. As NPR's Tamara Keith reports, Harris has a challenging assignment. Harris is trip will focus on the factors driving the influx of migrants to the U. S. Mexico border, poverty, violence, corruption and natural disasters. As vice president Biden had a similar mission. Her assignment is a lot tougher than Vice President Biden's assignment in 2014 Michael Shifter as president of the Inter American Dialogue. I think the conditions have deteriorated dramatically. Vice president saw in the region and the leaders that he met were far more sort of favorable and cooperative to U. S interests and what the administration has to deal with. Today. Harris has said that she doesn't expect these problems to be solved quickly. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS. The vice president is due to go to Mexico tomorrow night with a similar agenda. Today, Mexican voters are casting ballots in the country's largest election ever, as the BBC's will grant reports in total more than 21,000 seats will be contested in Mexico's biggest ever election. Which includes racist for mayors, state legislatures around half the country's state governors and the entire lower house of Congress. But it is a vote marred by some of the worst electoral violence in Mexico's history around 90 politicians have been murdered this year, 35 of them candidates in this vote. President Andris Manuel Lopez Obrador remains very popular among voters and his party is expected to perform well across the country. Peru is holding a presidential run off election today. A populist the far left party Pedro Castillo is running against right wing former lawmaker Keiko Fujimori, daughter of the now jailed former autocratic President Alberto Fujimori. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is calling on the leaders of wealthy nations to commit to vaccinating the entire world against coronavirus by the end of 2022. As Willem Marx reports. Johnson is set to host the first in person summit of G seven leaders in nearly two years. Prime Minister Johnson will outline details of this target for global vaccination at the coming summit on Friday after criticism that his government has for months stockpile vaccines for its own population rather than supply them to the WH coordinated Kovacs program that's working to vaccinate residents of developing countries. In a statement released overnight, Johnson's asked his G seven counterparts to rise to the greatest challenge of the post war era by vaccinating the world by the end of next year. He said he and fellow viewers must pledge We will never allow the devastation wreaked by coronavirus to happen again, and such an effort would constitute the single greatest feats in medical history. For NPR news. I'm Bella marks in London. This is NPR. 77 years ago. Today, Allied troops launched the largest air, land and sea assault in history at Normandy, France. Turning the course of World War two against Nazi Germany. Teri Schultz reports. This year's D Day commemorations include the opening of a new memorial to British soldiers who lost their lives that day. When more than 150,000 troops from the U. S. Britain, Canada and France stormed the Normandy beaches. It boosted the Allied war effort, but the toll was high. The new British Normandy memorial at verse Umea, France displays the names of more than 22,000 service members under British command, who lost their lives that day and in the following.

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"normandy france" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on WBUR

"U. S interests and what the administration has to deal with. Today. Harris has said that she doesn't expect these problems to be solved quickly. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS. The vice president, is due to go to Mexico tomorrow night with a similar agenda. Today. Mexican voters are casting ballots in the country's largest election ever as the BBC's will grant reports in total more than 21,000 seats will be contested in Mexico's biggest ever election, which includes races for mayors, state legislatures around half the country's state governors and the entire lower house of Congress. But it is a vote marred by some of the worst electoral violence in Mexico's history around 90 politicians have been murdered this year, 35 of them candidates in this vote. President Andris Manuel Lopez over the door remains very popular among voters and his party is expected to perform well across the country. Peru is holding a presidential run off election today. A populist of the far left party Pedro Castillo is running against right wing former lawmaker Keiko Fujimori, daughter of the now jailed former autocratic President Alberto Fujimori. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is calling on the leaders of wealthy nations to commit to vaccinating the entire world against coronavirus by the end of 2022 as Willem Marx reports, Johnson is set to host the first in person summit of G seven leaders in nearly two years. Prime Minister Johnson will outline details of this target for global vaccination at the coming summit on Friday after criticism that his government has for months stockpile vaccines for its own population rather than supply them. The W. H O coordinated Kovacs program that's working to vaccinate residents of developing countries. In a statement released overnight, Johnson's asked his G seven counterparts to rise to the greatest challenge of the post war era by vaccinating the world by the end of next year. He said he and fellow villains must pledge We will never allow the devastation wreaked by coronavirus to happen again, and such an effort would constitute the single greatest feats in medical history. For NPR news. I'm Bella marks in London. This is NPR. 77 years ago. Today, Allied troops launched the largest air land and sea assault in history at Normandy, France, turning the course of World War two against Nazi Germany. Teri Schultz reports. This year's D Day commemorations include the opening of the new memorial to British soldiers who lost their lives that day when more than 150,000 troops from the U. S. Britain, Canada and France stormed the Normandy beaches. It boosted the Allied war effort, but the tool was high. The new British Normandy Memorial at verse Umea, France. Displays the.

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"normandy france" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Where Win or We simply want our daughter to be found House of broken dreams. Welcome to this special Memorial Day show. I'm Ryan Gorman filling in for the team here as they both honor the memory of those who have served and sacrificed everything for this country and take some time off on this holiday weekend. We have some great guests lined up for you this hour and kick things off. I'm joined by Michael Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan and founder and president Of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. As we honor the 50th anniversary of Memorial Day, and as the 77th anniversary of D Day approaches, the Reagan Legacy Foundation is working on their walkway to victory project. And Michael is here to talk about that, Michael, Thanks so much for coming on the show The fact that President Reagan was the first president to travel to Normandy on the anniversary of D Day. Clearly remembering those who sacrificed their lives for this country meant a lot to him. Oh, I met everything that you me wouldn't go there any other day. But the day their day That's their day. Bond to be there and their day and be able to honor those who serve European theater on their day at Normandy at such an iconic place that you know they talked about Cliffs. The boy's Italian point the hot If you ever go to Normandy, France, go out! Go! Go to point the hock and look at those cliffs Kowtow mop each go to these places. And you know, so you turn your back to the ocean. Turn your back to the ocean and see what these kids 17 18 19 year old kid saw on that day. And when it comes to World War two, Unfortunately, there just aren't many left to served in that war for us to thank on Veterans Day, so Memorial Day has really become the occasion to remember them and their service and sacrifice. Absolutely right. Your 100,000 left for more war two on more next year. You could be 200,000 when they're in their night eyes so important to honor Honor those who served a memorial day those who are willing to give it all so you and I can do what we do. Why didn't you radio for 26 years and things that I do and to be able to have the walkway to victory, and you could put the name of love one on that brick and we'll be Put in the ground. At the walkway at ST Mary Cleese, first town freed by America and D Day Morning, and that's what the All the paratroopers are going to solve. Saving Private Ryan Red buttons heading from the church steeple in the longest day if you will. And you can honor of vet from World War two with that brick, and what happens with it is the profits from that are paid forward to the next generation. Because they hope what's fun, the scholarship program that we have for the men and women serve aboard the USS Ronald Reagan. I'm joined by Michael Reagan's son of former President Ronald Reagan and founder and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. So why the focus on World War? Two. For all of this, including the walkway to Victory project doesn't have to do with the fact that President Reagan made that historic visit to Normandy. I think that has something to do with it. But the foundation started with scholarship to the kids on the USS Ronald Reagan and evolved to where we honor my father in Berlin at the Checkpoint Charlie Museum. Black in the ground of the Brandenburg Gate, where he gave the iconic speech tear down this wall so we could have done this around the globe. And I was invited to raise the American flag at the American cemetery of normally a few years ago. And went there and visit. Of course, all of Normandy. What'd really struck by ST Mary glazed in the first town pre buy America. I saw the longest day of the mayor with the church people and all that. And the really clock is that people there and we just became friends. And we talked about what could we do? And that's where the whole brick project in fact came to light. Of course, things have slowed down because of covert, and we're kind of catching up now, but It's it's to be able to go there and meet with these. That's a go there and shoot the nature that you know on the ground and remember each one of them. You know, 17 18 year old kid's willing to give it all Forest. We can't forget them. We meet my dad is still getting me riding out to the ranch of the kids. 78 years old when you pick me up for Mom's house, we right out there on a Saturday morning and I would hear he would save me. The Marine Corps anthem, the Navy, the Coast Guard. The air Force. It just regale me with stories about the history of the world. And he loved America so much my sister Marina. We used to joke and say, you know, I think running for the president This is Dad's way of getting is a merit badge. Maybe he's going for his eagle bag with the boy Scouts. I mean, but he was that way. He was always the boy Scout. He was always that guy. It was just infectious around him. And and my sister Marine asked me on her deathbed, literally, which was dying of melanoma back in 2001. Did you know, Michael, you could ever leave radio. When you promised that you'll leave it and make sure we carry our father's legacy. The way should be carried and and honor him. Everywhere we can. And I promised my sister I wouldn't I'd like radio in 2009. After 26 years, Uh, first long form show, signed by Premiere radio and And You know, it's been a blessing because I've been able to go all over the world and 100, my father and in these different places with a plaque or whatever it might be, and One thing I found the one thing I found is nobody really gone. The world People love America. The problem with America's We forgot the love ourselves back. We need to love America again. Just like the rest of world loves us. We need to love us. I'm joined now by Michael Reagan sent a former President Ronald Reagan and founder and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. There. Walkway to Victory Project is under way, and it's coming at a perfect time as we honor the 50th anniversary of Memorial Day. In the 77th anniversary of D Day, of course, is approaching. Michael. One thing that you hear a lot from former presidents is that one of the toughest aspect of the job is making that call to the loved ones of someone who served this country and sacrificed everything. This country. I'm curious. Did you ever talk to your dad about that about making those calls and told that it can take My dad when he died. Never forgot..

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"normandy france" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"27th I'm Brian Gorman with me this evening, James Berliner on the board. Coming up this hour on tough to Edward Isaac Dove air author of a new, interesting book. The Battle for the Soul. Inside the Democrats campaigns to defeat Trump and we'll do another Consumer NEWS Update with New York Times best selling author Bob Sullivan as well. First up, though, joining me now in the achieve a credit union hotline. I have Michael Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan. And founder and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. As we honor the 50th anniversary of Memorial Day, and with the 77th anniversary of D Day approaching, the Reagan Legacy Foundation is working on their walkway to victory project. And Michael is here to talk about that, Michael. Thanks so much for taking a few minutes to join us and let me start here. The fact that President Reagan was the first president ever to visit Normandy on the anniversary of D Day. Clearly remembering those who sacrificed everything for this country meant a lot to him. No, I meant everything to him. He wouldn't go there any other day, but PJ their day. That's their day. And to be there and their day and available honor those who serve European theater on their day at Normandy. It's such an iconic place that you know they talked about. Cliffs. The boys of brilliant point the hawk. If you ever go to Normandy, France, go out. Go! Go to point the hawk and look at those cliffs Kowtow Omaha Beach. Go to these places and, you know, say, Turn your back to the ocean. Turn your back to the ocean and see what these kids 17 18 19 year old kid saw on that day and when it comes to World War two. Unfortunately, there just aren't many left to served in that war. For us to thank on Veterans Day so Memorial day has really become the occasion to remember them and their service and sacrifice. Absolutely right. Your 100,000 left for more war two on more next year, you could be 200,000 won there in their night eyes so important to honor Honor those who served a memorial day those who are willing to give it all so you and I can do what we do. Why didn't you radio for 26 years and things that I do and to be able to have the walkway to victory? People go to walk away the victory dot com and see the put you know and get a brick go to regular Legacy Foundation, see the things that we're doing with the broad brick projects. You have the bridge 250 bucks and it's a 51 C three foundation. So it's tax deductible, and you could put the name of love one on that brick and we'll be Put it in the ground. At the walkway at same Miracle Ease. First Town Freed by American D Day Morning four. A.m. in the morning is the 82nd 101st airborne Gettysburg if you will, and that's what that was. All the paratroopers are going to solve statement. Private Ryan Red button hanging from the church people in the longest day if you will, and you can honor a vet from World War two with that brick, and what happens with it is Products from that are paid forward to the next generation. Because they help us fun. The scholarship program that we have for the men and women serve aboard the USS Ronald Reagan. I'm joined by Michael Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan and founder and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. So why the focus on World War? Two. For all of this, including the walkway to Victory project doesn't have to do with the fact that President Reagan made that historic visit to Normandy. I think that has something to do with it. But the foundation started with scholarship for the kids on the USS Ronald Reagan and evolved tour. We honor my father in Berlin at the Checkpoint Charlie Museum. Black in the ground of the Brandenburg Gate, where he gave the iconic speech tear down this wall, So we've kind of done this around the globe. And I was invited to raise the American flag at the American cemetery of normally a few years ago. And went there and visit. Of course, all of Normandy. Drily struck by ST Mary Gleaves being the first time freed by America. I saw the longest day of familiar with the church people and all that, and the really talk is that people there and we just became friends. And we talked about what could we do? And that's where the whole brick project in fact came to light. Of course, things have slowed down because of covert, and we're kind of catching up now, but That's it to be able to go there and meet with these. That's a go there and see the nature of that, you know, on the ground and remember each one of them, You know, 17 18 year old kid's willing to give it all Forest. We can't forget them we need my dad is still getting me writing on the ranch of the kids 78 years old when you picked me up from Mom's house, we right out there on a Saturday Morning and I would hear he would seem to me the Marine Corps anthem, the Navy, the Coast Guard the Air Force It just regale me with stories. About the history of the world, and he loved America so much my sister boring and I we used to joke and say, you know, I think running for the president This is Dad's way of getting is a merit badge. Maybe he's going for his eagle bag with the boy Scouts. I mean, but he was that way. He was always the boy Scout. He was always that guy. It was just infectious around him. And and my sister Marine asked me on her deathbed, literally, which she was dying of melanoma back in 2001. You know, Michael, you could never leave radio. Will you promise me you'll leave it and make sure we carry our father's legacy. The way it should be carried and honor him. Everywhere we can. And I promised my sister I wouldn't. I'd like radio in 2009. After 26 years, Uh, first long form show, signed by Premiere radio and.

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"normandy france" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"They could also take a friend to three different cities to dig into the best burgers in the nation. Those interested, though, will want to start grilling up some ideas. Quick. Contestants need to submit an online photo of their burger masterpiece By June. The 19th I'm Mark Mayfield. Coco News time. 7 14. The Reagan Legacy Foundation will honor veterans with its walkway to Victory Project as the 50th anniversary of Memorial Day and the 77th anniversary of D Day Approach. Founder and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. Former co Go talk show host Michael Reagan joining us Hey, Michael. Hey, How you doing? Good. So tell us about the walkway to victory. What? What is it? Walkway to victory is the program I started to the Reagan Legacy Foundation, a regular Legacy foundation. Better word about 45 years ago to honor the vets. Who served this second World War European Theater at Normandy, France and all through all of Europe. And we started. You know, my dad was the first president to speak at Normandy on D Day back. 98 4 iconic speech, the boys of Pointe du Hoc. And I was asked to raise the American flag at Normandy, France. Not too long after that, you know, and I made friends, but the people at Saint Marie agrees. First time freed by America D Day Morning four A.m. in the morning. 82nd airborne 101st. You know Gettysburg, if you will. So what can we do to keep honoring these vets and we decide what we would do is start a brick project through the walkway to victory dot com. And people go online order $50 by a brick. But the name of a loved one friend. Whatever acquaintance on a break. And we will install it. Haven't made install it at ST Mary Glee's Normandy, France for all time for people to remember And what what are the benefits for the veterans? The benefits. The veterans are this. First of all, we're remembering them by having his breaking in the walkways. There. It's ST Mary, please at the Airborne Museum is one for those vets. But the $250 for the For the brick, Anything is left over every dollars left over from the brick. Ends up being paid forward for scholarships for the men and women. We serve aboard the USS Ronald Reagan, who now is in Tokyo, Japan, where she used to be down with you in San Diego. I used to be able to deliver these checks to the kids on the ship. Now it's a Tokyo drive or flight. If you will, which a little further. Well, How can people take part? What's the What's the website? Walkway to victory dot com. They could go there on order a brick if they want. They don't know someone they go. The Reagan legacy foundation dot or g'kar. Look at all the photographs they can make a donation of $250 for brick will find a vet to put a name on it. Send you all the information. So you know, the vet is sponsored who they were what they did, how they served and you'll have all that information. But the video we did. Which is called the Hero's World War two. So you'll have all that information and again Regulation foundation that order walkway to victory dot com and the money gets paid forward for the crew members aboard the USS Ronald Reagan. All right, Michael Reagan. Thank you for joining us this morning in the best of luck with the project. Thank you. All right, 7 17 right now. How do our bodies react? Tol T cells.

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"normandy france" Discussed on Marketing for Consultants

Marketing for Consultants

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Marketing for Consultants

"It's taken years for me to start thinking about specialization. I think for what it really is. Which is it's a beachhead in a lever. So a beachhead in that you pick a place where you can actually have impact and if you're businesses in a pretty good status quo. That's not going to sound very appealing. But if you're if you're experience of your businesses it's hard to get attention for what you do. It's hard to get clients in the right sort of power dynamic where they see you as having something they need or can't live without Or if it's just hard to like realize the promise of digital marketing which is getting attention on the internet for your work. then you're a lot more receptive to the idea of bike. The value of a beachhead. Because you can sort of like. I don't know i think most people have some sort of fuzzy ideas omaha beach invasion and allied forces picking a beachhead around normandy france and and concentrating this immense amount of firepower on a very small area in order to break through enemy defenses. So that idea. I think is resonated enough that we can start to imagine what that looks like for us and i mean just that that first time that you do something that looks like creating a beachhead and someone on the internet cares someone that you don't know who isn't predisposed to like you and you know Be happy to support what you're doing like a stranger i think that's that pivotal moment and From that you start to approach everything differently. So i think you know thinking in terms of beachheads and minimum. Viable markets minimum viable everything. It's a really transformational change. So i would argue for specialization. Both on the basis of can help you clients that you wouldn't have access to And also on the basis of i think it it kind of changes how you think about making progress in your business and you start to think of not just a specialization beachhead but okay how can i do other things..

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"normandy france" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"You've probably seen footage of d day or perhaps you've seen a reenactment of the landings and a movie like saving private ryan on one incredible day. Tens of thousands of soldiers arrived at the beaches of normandy france to establish a toehold for the allies in europe. Of course the goal wasn't just to take some beaches or even normandy itself. The goal was retaking the entire continent of europe. To this extent once the toehold was established the hard part started. Hundreds of thousands of people and millions of tons of supplies had to be shuttled into continental europe through a very small gap. One of the first things that was done after the landings was the creation of temporary harbors off of gold and omaha beaches. these were portable harbours called mulberry harbours. There were only intended to be used until the allies could capture major french ports and repair them from damage done by the germans as temporary harbors were built. It led to an almost non-stop unloading of supplies vehicles equipment and personnel. In the first few weeks after landing things were going slower than anticipated the hedgerows of normandy made advancement very slow. Having personally rented a car and driven around normandy. I totally understand how difficult it was to fight in hedgerows. however once they broke through the hedgerows the fortunes of the allies suddenly changed. They went from being behind schedule to being ahead of schedule. They managed to break out and race towards perez much faster than expected as the german defences collapsed. While this was obviously a good thing. It did cause problems getting supplies to the front line. Food fuel ammunition medical supplies and numerous other miscellaneous things were needed to keep the advanced moving. Many units had to limit their advance not because of enemy resistance but because of a lack of fuel and supplies. If you ever watched the movie patent which is a great movie by the way there's a scene where the advancing allies had to stop. Because they ran out of gas. One problem was that the allies had previously bombed french railroad lines to prevent the germans from resupplying their troops. That meant that when they took over the same railroad lines. They had to be repaired. Which would take weeks or months. The twenty-eight allied divisions in france consumed about twenty one thousand tons of supplies per day. Each day they got further and further away from the coast and delivering. Those supplies became more difficult. Winning the war was becoming increasingly dependent on getting supplies to front line units. The allied command needed to do something quick to solve the transportation problem. The solution after a thirty six hour brainstorming session was the creation of the red ball. Express a red ball was a symbol used for trains carrying perishable goods which needed to be given preference. It was first used in the santa fe railroad in the late nineteenth century. The project was led by brigadier general. Ewart g plank. Who is known as little pattern. He immediately went into action..

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"normandy france" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Was roger's wife. Wow talk about knepper. Judging a book by its cover and another tale from this area we come across a goo- blend which is simply an old norman word for goblet deep within the depths of the abbey. There is a massive treasure hoard jess waiting to be discovered be warned. Though is a gallbladder who it. He likes to disguise himself as tat. It will never stray too far from the treasure. Like any good catalog Because we take naps and when he does. The treasure has been reported to reappear. If you come across it. I hope you have your running shoes on expense a ten percent finders fee. Only kidding of course we can easily go on from there. Let's talk about the abbey today instead. It's cared for by jacqueline carpenter. Pham who has a new approach to the ghostly goings on or according to her. It's best to embrace them with open arms. Mysteries here are a gift as they are in abundance to this very day. Why a years ago a repairman was left alone at the abbey. It was late one summer afternoon. He was just here to complete a job. No sooner he had said down his tools to get to work heard for a few seconds. What sounded lake. Someone coming toward him. The footsteps were very loud and most distinctive. The repairman did a three sixty around the entire room. There was actually no one there. The entire was incredibly as well. He later confessed. It was the heavy steps of someone. Walking slowly thinking i really was very scared and even today i do not know what to think about it. Delay police spooky. Isn't it love stories like the here. We learn from a painter and heraldry specialists but the abby wants employed that the place is undoubtedly a police were things not of this world. Take place she knows but because she worked there for many many years alongside the owner of the site who has unfortunately long since passed away in her words. I'll never forget my last day there. What happened to me. Well there's just no words for it. There's been a load speculation over the years as to what exactly happened. No one is for certain. Legend says she was doing some coat of arms work. This particular day the abbey. She climbed high onto a ladder and reached for her subject that she needed to break down and over. No she lost her footing. She slipped backwards off the ladder. Your she was a good ten feet in the air. At least in now she would surely fall to her death. She closed her eyes. She accepted the inevitable as soon as she was about to hit the ground. A couple of pairs of hands reached out for her and miracuously broke her fall. They simply guided her. The rest of the we down in gently poster with her back gets the floor the in heraldry specialist late in awkward silence or what seemed like forever when she proceeded to open her eyes she could clearly see two men dressed and brown robes smiling at her from ear to ear. Who were these men were they. Some of the actors plane. Monks once lived here ages ago. Whomever they were they were now. Her saviors rat was referred a moment. She went to her mouth in the to saviors dissipated into thin air she decided right then would probably be best. If she'd never return these are but a few of the many mysteries this lovely location aso offer the monks who once lived here had banished all comfort yet the chapel behind their pantry somehow mysteriously remain seated throughout the year winter. Snow never has never will be long hair. Vegetation has been growing earlier in earlier each year. I think some of these mysteries more than likely have logical explanations for them such as the vegetation et probably chocolate up to global warming. Then there are some mystery so that she cannot even begin to wrap your mind around. You could go. Excavating and looking for answers. But unfortunately that will not be permitted here at mortimer abby the mini mysteries here just add to the overall charm of a place. The owner caretaker believes in all of the so much that she has allowed various paranormal investigations throughout the years not to mention. She hosts annual goes walks every september. If there's one thing that we can ascertain this. I think it's the fact that the ghostly reputation of this historic jim is without a doubt very much intact for more information on warmer happy has to offer and how you potentially visit please checkout. Www dot abbaye. That's a bb. A white e dash day the e dash mortimer m. o. r. t. e. mbr period f. r. Backslash e. n. Backslash site is every day from eleven am to six pm for your convenience. Be sure to check it out. It is well worth it. I imagine another location down and plenty more to go. What will our gracious phantom barred come up with next who. I guess you will just have to wait for the next episode guys gals places or the only that can be haunted. People can objects and much more than a mine. I'm afraid that is all i have for you. Though if you joy this episode which. I hope you did. Go check out the link tree for the show if you will and follow along the shoes social media pages facebook instagram twitter. Youtube tiktok as well as clubhouse..

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"normandy france" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"A few years later from eighteen o eight onward the abbey change between wars sympathetic cans losing some buildings while maintaining others until those rox later in eighteen sixty three by a wealthy parisian man am delarue who moved in with his wife and two children. It didn't take very long dole to discover that this building there was very very troubled. The delarue family were not alone at at the mortimer. The old buildings were having trouble letting go their past. An old house can expect to have a few odd noises and an abundance so shadows in the beginning. That's the way it was two over the course of time. I'm talking months. Things became increasingly more unsettling and unexplainable events. They only escalated also. Meanwhile stroman across the lawns. Young people how saw a soft as the real light from the old library which remains locked the assumed it was their mother who is unable to sleep then as if their mother had invisible hands it could move lightning-fast all latches to the building on passing themselves. All handles were turn windows doors. Were slung. open. The young people manage to break into the library to discover. There was no one thousand ashley. Their paintings in the corridor on the first floor returned to the waldo into that or they had fallen to the floor without a broken string or loose nail. They've looked around completely and totally dumbfounded. Electric said the building started to fail. Rushed whispers could be heard echoing off the walls and hurried. Footsteps could be heard moving down. Empty corridors afraid of being caught. The young people went back to the house and next day. They ask their mother what she had been doing in the library. The night before by. She was behaving so strangely. She politely important that she had been sleeping soundly all through the evening. You had no idea what on earth work hockey about. Why room at the abbey was especially unsettling. This was the peak bedroom that looked out of towards the column here. We know about the road from m ller do who became the abbey's owner in the nineteen sixties. He experienced a terrifying amount of ghostly. Happenings here so many fact that after hearing about the delarue extra schism yeah xers. He traveled to knees to speak with a daughter. The story he received will it was as follows. Fiancee of delarue son. Charles into stay was given the peak room. It's just so happened that this was the only room available as the house became quiet for the night her room for summary did not. The poor girl was tormented by very creepy. Sounds as objects around. Her room seem to come to life. She was founded. The warning pale terrified in brandishing the fire tongs at her alleged tormentors. She quite loudly. She never live in such a houses. This immediately broke off her engagement. Her return to paris was imminent hillary's daughter former nurse who served during world war one. The great war seemed very little concern with the coin zone. And the pink room. She told her father. At one point. I was never afraid. In the trenches the peak room would be hers. It was always quiet for the most part but years later. If he ever found yourself alone in there you might become a calm with the strongest feeling of being observed. Apart from a coat carefully unhooked itself and fell to the floor. She never did. Billy recall feeling threatened to changed rather quickly rate one evening while looking out of her window lost claude. A strange occurrence snatched up her attention there the long down below a full-fledged procession of monks cloudy groves were gliding. The house the call beer it was feed. Were touching the ground. after that. it's rumored she didn't stay in the peak room. I can't imagine why by nineteen twenty one the delarue sphere about a diabolical presence had moved into the place they called home. There is something more lurking here and spirits of former monks and desperation. They asked obey humboldt for another. Xm oh did not mentioned there have been a few at the abbey. Well so humble he came in. He worked his magic and then went on his merry way. The exorcist was not entirely successful. The house settled. It became quiet for a bit sure but it did. Not last few months went by without anything really happening. Then all of a sudden they just imploded. Things were out of control with paranormal activity shadow. People could be seen other whispers could be heard doors would open and close on our own food enough to make a ruse insane. They had enough with the house and they immediately put it up for sale is sat on the market for a long time before anybody. You really excited they Willing to take a look at it and then finally someone spirit monks royal bam continued to make their presence here at the abbey over the course of time and one actually seems the life of an english paratrooper in world war two. The soldier build out of the forest nearby as if he had been spotted by the enemy as he was running for his life. A monkey brown robes quickly appeared always had nowhere took a hold of the soldier. Ushering him to the see. The confines of a resisted sell the moment. He let him go however he vanished into thin air soldiered. New raker in mineral rich higgins saved the ghost of a monk. Still doing god's work.

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"normandy france" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"normandy france" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"There are several places around the world that are subject to special rules of extraterritoriality. Vatican city has special extraterritorial status. Within the city of rome there are a host of churches that are under vatican jurisdiction including the papal summer retreat. A castle gandolfo. The grounds of the united nations in new york city have extraterritorial status as well. Although the host country in this case is the un they have created rules to govern diplomats with you and credentials. There are memorials in graveyards around the world which also have extraterritorial status for example. The american cemetery in normandy. France is subject to the laws of the united states on the remote island of saint helena in the atlantic ocean. The longwood house weren't a polian lived in exile is owned by france and is under french jurisdiction. I actually met the french void of the who has lived there for over thirty years. The tomb of sulimane shah the grandfather of osmond. The first founder of the ottoman empire is located. just one hundred eighty meters over the border of turkey and syria. there's Turkish honor guard station there and they fly the turkish flag. But the territory is syrian. Perhaps the most unique ace is the headquarters of the sovereign military order of malta in rome the knights of malta have extraterritorial status in both italy and malta and they have diplomatic relations with several countries. But they are not themselves a country. They are interesting and worthy enough for future episode. So if you ever walk into an embassy or shake hands with a diplomat realize that legally you're dealing with someone or someplace that is working under a totally different system of laws executive producer of everything everywhere. Daily is james mcculloch associate producer. Is thor thomsen. Remember to leave a five star review to get your review read on the show. They can be left at apple. Podcasts podcast republic or wherever you listen to the show also you can help support the show over at patriot dot com patrons get merchandise like t shirts and hoodies as well. As having direct access to provide suggestions for future episodes..

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"normandy france" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"normandy france" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. That is a phrase. I will have said thousands and thousands and thousands of times by the time this is done. I think okay. The first word in this episode is you have to say you have to say it with a french accent camel mbare. It is capital c. a. m. e. m. b. e. r. t. kamamba noun from eighteen. Seventy seven a soft surface ripened cheese. A soft surface ripened cheese with a thin greyish white rind and a yellow interior. And this is from cam. Bear which is in normandy france normandy. France is where you'll find. Cama mbare kevin. Burt next is cameo noun from the fifteenth century. One a a gem carved in relief especially a small piece of sculpture on a stone or shell cut in relief in one layer with another contrasting layers serving as a background. Maybe we can find an example of that. I sort of think. I can imagine this one be a small medallion with a profiled head in relief to a carving or sculpture made in the manner of a cameo three a usually brief literary or filming piece that brings into delicate or sharp relief the character of a person place or event Interesting as it's no none of these yet. I think the number four is what i think it is but none of these yet are what i think of when i think of cameo because this word is has other meanings that most of us are not aware of and so it's interesting to sort of see the evolution of this That it goes from this I don't know what am i trying to say. Number three illiterate the film davies device. I've not heard of cameo used in this way before Well let's read number four and we'll come back to it as small. Theatrical role usually performed by a well known actor and often limited to a single seen broadly brief or role so number three said usually brief literary or peace that brings into delicate or sharp relief. The character of a person place or events you learn a little bit more briefly..

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"normandy france" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"normandy france" Discussed on The Dictionary

"L. um n. i. At this is a verb from fifty four. we are starting with transitive. And i think it's only transitive. One to utter maliciously false statements charges or imputations about or imputations about two to endure endure to injure the reputation of by colony ni or calumny. Which is our next word Calumny so to injure the reputation of by colony will learn more about that shortly and then. The synonym is the word malign m. a. l. i. g. n. calm nation is a noun and calumniates. Calumniates is also a noun. The one who is doing the calumniates eating so here we go with calumny cat calumny. I think that's how you would say it. Also just cal. Calcium knee noun from the fifteenth century. One a misrepresentation intended to harm another's reputation a misrepresentation intended to harm another's reputation to the of uttering false charges or misrepresentations maliciously calculated to harm another's reputation. Sounds very mean. Don't do this. Don't be a calumniates. A calumnious is an adjective and calumnious. Lee is an adverb. Next is calia tron c. a. l. u. t. r. o. n. noun from nineteen forty-five and electro magnetic apparatus for separating isotopes according to their masses. Sounds very fancy. And this is It's a cyclotron that is used or made in the california university so you get the c. a. l. from california the you from university and the tron from cyclotron cal. You tron. very clever next. We have calva dose calva does. This is a noun from nineteen. O six and applejack made in calva. Dose what is colorado say. Well this is from the french word. Calva dose which is a department in normandy france a department. So it's a section of normandy france and it is an applejack made there but is this. What is this an applejack as drink Maybe we'll look into that. Okay now is calvin cal very young Noun from the fourteenth century the portion of a skull including the braincase and excluding the lower jaw or lower jaw and facial the portion of the skull including the braincase and excluding.

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Trump, Macron honor veterans of D-Day

Lee Matthews

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, Macron honor veterans of D-Day

"Seventy five years after d day. Veterans honored in Normandy, France, the glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts, President Trump marking the anniversary of the invasion, which helped turn the tide of the war along with world leaders, including the French president. Emmanuel Macron presentative the highest honor that France has to give the order of Allegiant of honor to five American veterans of the two leaders our in the nearby town of Khan. They're having a working lunch, bilateral meeting, a lot to talk about probably some reflections of the morning as well as trade, national security, Iran. North

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Trump Honors D-Day Soldiers on 75th Anniversary in Normandy

America Trends

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Honors D-Day Soldiers on 75th Anniversary in Normandy

"President Trump delivering the opening remarks at a huge commemoration ceremony in Normandy, France, we are gathered here on freedoms alter on these shores on these bluffs on this day seventy five years ago, ten thousand men shed their blood and thousand sacrifice their lives for their brothers for their countries. And for these revival of liberty dozens of American veterans who survived that day are also at that ceremony. And this is USA radio news.

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President Trump Remarks At Photo-Op With Irish Prime Minister

Business Beware

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

President Trump Remarks At Photo-Op With Irish Prime Minister

"President Trump in Ireland, the prime minister's intestine. Fringe over the very short period of time. And grid relationship to Arlen I think is good as it's ever been. Maybe better Trump's visit comes between commemorations for the seventy fifth anniversary of the day invasion. When event was Wednesday in England second Thursday in Normandy, France,

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Leslie Donaldson, President Trump And Portsmouth England discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Leslie Donaldson, President Trump And Portsmouth England discussed on Morning Edition

"'Prayers and words of thanks and appreciation were highlighted today at a ceremony in Portsmouth England marking seventy five years since the d day invasion in Normandy. France that liberated Europe from Nazi Germany. President Trump read from a prayer delivered by then president Franklin D Roosevelt to the nation Queen, Elizabeth thanked World War Two veterans for their sacrifice hundreds of d day vets, most in their nineties, attended the ceremony, Leslie Donaldson is a ninety four year old British military veteran. He remembers the struggle to get his landing craft close to Omaha beach during the invasion. The features

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16 WWII veterans cross Atlantic to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day

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16 WWII veterans cross Atlantic to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day

"Sixteen World War, Two veterans are in France on this Memorial Day, marking the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. The battle of Normandy, they shared their painful memories with CBS's, Wendy Gillette before departing. The bullets all around the phone. My name nearly seventy five years ago. Frank davita landed on Omaha beach in Normandy, France on d day and witnessed his comrades falling around him. Why am I alive? What? No had a guilty conscience. He was just nineteen years old today. He's ninety four he only started talking about what he witnessed five years ago in nineteen twenty years old. Too young to drink. With two young vote. But they weren't that ninety nine year old Steve Melnikov also survived the invasion that began the liberation of western Europe from the Nazis. He was shot in the neck eleven days later but after treatment return to fight. I'm a combat infantryman I was there at the beginning. I wish did the whole time I was there at the end of the war. I was in combat two hundred thirty five days. They're part of a group of sixteen World War, Two veterans sailing aboard the Queen Mary two. This week veterans are traveling from Brooklyn, New York to England on their seven-night transatlantic journey the men will head to Normandy to take part in events to Mark the seventy fifth anniversary of d day on June six and honor, the more than four hundred thousand Americans who died in the war, people say them hero. I'm not a hero. I says those guys the grave that my here was they gave their life their country. Day may not consider themselves heroes, but the greatest generation fought to secure freedom for generations to come

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