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576 resultados para 'really'

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16:48

Opinion

Really cool

ANDREW J. LINN

...that a bottle cooled in a horizontal position takes half the time of one that is standing up. It is really much quicker to cool wine in the glass, so best to keep a tray of ice cubes made from white wine in the fridge, or frozen grapes. In emergency

12:23

LifeStyle

Banderas: "I changed my life and am now doing what I really want to do"

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...their turn. He encourages them, wishes them luck, makes them laugh, just as if he were one of them. He always looks directly into the eyes of the person he is talking to. "Now I'm doing what I really want to do," he says firmly to me. After more than ... that made him decide to change his life. "People live as if they are never going to die, but we all will. And I don't want to die asking myself why I hadn't done something. When I saw death close up, I thought: I have to do something I really want to

15:58

Opinion

Summer sails

Peter Edgerton

...spend 40 million dollars on it? I mean, I don't think anyone could really tell the difference between, say, a 10-million-dollar boat and one worth four times that unless they were some kind of yacht-obsessed anorak freak, holed up in their ... pizza-box-strewn bedroom reading Yachting Weekly from cover to cover sixteen hours a day. And that, surely, would completely defeat the object. No, spend your ten million on something which at best will cause the average passerby to say "Wow, look, Mary, a really

13:51

LifeStyle

Locally born medic warns about what we eat

ESTER REQUENA

...realised that what really interested him was cardiovascular prevention. He registered for further training, and started to practise his profession in Granada. In 1996 the vice-chancellor of Navarra University travelled there to see him, with a view to ... used to think there must be a lot of exaggeration about it, that we defended it because it was ours, but then I started to find that the research was giving really impressive results," he says. His CV covers a great many pages, featuring different ... industry," he insists, and for that reason he has no hesitation in vetoing certain products. "Everybody says we should eat more pulses, more fruit, more vegetables, but when we need to be told what not to eat, they use obscure language and we don't really

16:44

Opinion

The Brexit paradox

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

...that will really suffer from the split is the one that leaves. The financial and business costs have yet to be calculated, but in any case they will be hefty. It depends on whether in the end the exit takes place with a deal or not, and what kind. But

16:52

Opinion

Do we really care?

ANDREW J. LINN

...a more intense taste, but we were told the same thing about organic varieties while the fact is that they have not really made much of a mark. Nor have so-called 'natural' or 'sustainable' wines. While in some countries, Germany for example, organic ... converts to organic food products, do we really care when it comes to choosing a wine off the shelf?

15:28

Sport

The usual pre-season antics

Rob Palmer

Tuchel said he could live without him. So, what happens next? Does Neymar return to Barcelona? Do they really want him and his baggage back? Brazil proved that they can thrive without him by ending a 12-year wait to win the Copa America this summer. I

10:26

Local

Heroes to the very end

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...couldn't find alternative living accommodation, the firefighters installed air conditioning in the apartment "because they are on the top floor and it was 38 degrees, and that was really bad for his tumor," says José. They also planned to buy him a new

11:55

Opinion

'How to be Spanish'... really

ANDREW J. LINN

The now infamous article published in The Times, 'How to be Spanish' has provoked a level of indignation that its author did not anticipate. Disregarding such comments as, “Forget Anglo-Saxon notions of politeness, discretion and decorum”, “being Spa