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In a scary world where fate is fickle, we take heart from those who have answered misfortune with quiet steel.
IOL Lifestyle Editor Renee Moodie has been known to return library books late - which is a Middle Class Sin.
Virginia Ironside says relatives can be difficult, but there are deep bonds with those who share some of our ancestry.
'I don't think an actress needs to be skinny to be attractive,' says Jennifer Lawrence.
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Clams, turmeric, ginseng and liquorice - all these are thought to cure hangovers in Japan.
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