By the early 1980s, Ms. Schiano had moved to Calvin Klein to oversee publicity. Her own look was grander than Mr. Klein’s trademark minimalism; what she could offer, however, were contacts and a sense of unquestionable chic. New research suggests that the hormonal changes that come with menopause are only part of the reason a woman’s sex life declines with age. It’s true that many women experience symptoms after menopause, including vaginal dryness, painful intercourse and loss of desire — all of which can affect the frequency and pleasure of sex.
“So this is how important it is for them to play Davis Cup and represent their country. And we have to keep that,” he said. “This is the most important thing. And from this base, if we keep that ... we can organize an incredible and unique event in the future.” Likening it to the jump from mono recording to stereo, she said that “adding the full dimensionality of the sound is that last phase of making it beautiful, making it real.”
When paired with his balancing of the wrecked budget left by his Republican predecessor, Bobby Jindal, and his moves to protect working families, like his expansion of Medicaid or pay raises for teachers, Mr. Edwards is a heterodox mix that makes him ideologically and culturally palatable enough to attract substantial support from the sort of Louisianans whose support for Bill Clinton won him the state during his presidential runs in 1992 and 1996, but who have since been swayed by Republican positions on wedge issues. Mrs. Genser, 45, is an adviser, developing relationships and partnerships with corporations, for the World Bank Group. She graduated from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in São Paulo, Brazil, received an M.B.A. from Universidade de São Paulo, and received a certificate in owners and presidents management from Harvard.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pushing a radical solution — resettling refugees in a swath of Syrian territory controlled by the United States and its Kurdish allies. If that does not happen, he is threatening to send a flood of Syrian migrants to Europe. Indoors: The house, which has been featured in Architectural Digest and other publications, was constructed on a rock ledge from prefabricated steel-frame modules. (The wall panels, floor-to-ceiling windows and even appliances were built into the modules before they were trucked to the desert and bolted together.) The house uses geothermal and solar heating, and has a backup generator.
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“Leadership is beginning to look different than it has for decades,” said Julie Cromer, Ohio’s recently appointed athletic director. “We have communities and leadership on campuses and within the sports world who are becoming more comfortable with seeing leaders who may not visually look as they have in the past.” [For more stories about American troop deployments, sign up for the weekly At War newsletter.]
The listing for the properties — four five-acre parcels of desert scrub near Pioneertown, Calif. — landed in Dave McAdam’s inbox one morning before dawn. By 10 a.m., he was in contract to buy all the lots, sight unseen, for 0,000. One of the parcels had been planted with a cabin, a low-slung, concrete-block one-bedroom structure clad in swirly patterned pink stone. At 1,000 square feet, it was just right, Mr. McAdam said, for a single man. “Rep, Elijah Cummings has been a brutal bully, shouting and screaming at the great men & women of Border Patrol about conditions at the Southern Border, when actually his Baltimore district is FAR WORSE and more dangerous,” Mr. Trump wrote. “His district is considered the Worst in the USA.” He went on: “Cumming District is a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess. If he spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous & filthy place.”
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