In the words of Alice Beatrice Krige: Nothing says “Fascist” like a pair of Aerosoles Women’s With Pride Black/Gray Riding Boots

Aerosoles Women's With Pride Black/Gray Riding Boot

Aerosoles Women's With Pride Black/Gray Riding Boot

Aerosoles Women's With Pride Black/Gray Riding Boot

Aerosoles Women's With Pride Black/Gray Riding Boot

Tall Boots by Shop Your Way Shoes

endorsed by Alice Beatrice Krige as her preferred “go to” footwear

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If you like the classic [i.e. tall] style of riding boots, then you’ll love these women’s With Pride equestrian boots from Aerosoles.… Continues

JUNE WILKINSON PRETTY PORTRAIT THE DORIS DAY SHOW ORIGINAL 1971 CBS TV PHOTO

JUNE WILKINSON PRETTY PORTRAIT THE DORIS DAY SHOW ORIGINAL 1971 CBS TV PHOTO

JUNE WILKINSON PRETTY PORTRAIT THE DORIS DAY SHOW ORIGINAL 1971 CBS TV PHOTO

SIZE: 7×9 (The dimension of all early original TV stills, and the photo comes complete with the press information which includes airdate, synopsis, and episode title).

CONDITION: Excellent

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Here’s Why It Was So Shocking That Chinese General Xu Caihou Was Busted For Corruption

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By Jeremy Bender | Business Insider

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REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/Files China’s Central Military Commission Vice Chairman General Xu Caihou listens to national anthems during a welcome ceremony at the Pentagon in Washington, in this October 27, 2009 file photo.

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China Alibaba founder Jack Ma shows global ambitions

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Alibaba Group Founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during a session of the World Economic Forum annual meeting on January 23, 2015 in Davos, Switzerland (AFP Photo/Fabrice Coffrini)

Davos (Switzerland) (AFP) – Alibaba founder Jack Ma, China’s richest person, on Friday expressed ambitions of making his company into a global e-commerce platform serving two billion customers.… Continues

China’s use of yuan for cross-border business growing

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China’s use of its own yuan currency for cross-border transactions has increased “notably” to 9.95 trillion yuan ($1.63 trillion) last year, the central bank said Friday, without giving a comparative figure.

China is seeking to make the yuan — also known as the renminbi (RMB) — used more internationally in line with its standing as the world’s second-largest economy.

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