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Weatherman pronounces 'Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrob-wllllantysiliogogogoch' flawlessly on live TV - Trending

The sign outside a train station in Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Wales is five posts — and 58 letters — long. (REUTERS/Toby Melville) "Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch" in northern Wales was one the U.K.'s warmest locations on Tuesday at 21 C. Great news for the community's just over 3,000 residents — not so much for weather presenters tasked with reporting the news.

While the name of this particular village is sometimes shortened to Llanfairpwllgwyngyll or even Llanfairpwll, Britain's Channel 4 News decided to use the full, 58-letter-long spelling for its Tuesday evening weather forecast. "Today we had a big contrast in temperature across the U.K. ," reported meteorologist Liam Dutton during the program. Conversely, they appear to shower you with praise when you get it right. Good luck remembering the URL. Air Drop. The Jump. A ride on the roof of the metro train. Cyclist level Expert. Talent. Fast Moving Landslide. Ballet balance. Giant Ball out of Control. Very long wave - Surfing in Africa. Sweden vs. Denmark. What 55°C (131°F) in Iraq looks like. I couldn't do this on by best day. Line from Jurassic Park regarding Cecil the Lion.

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5 March 2015Last updated at 19:58 ET By Jason Caffrey BBC World Service In the mid-1960s, Australian athlete Reg Spiers found himself stranded in London with no money to buy a plane ticket home.

The man who posted himself to Australia

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Russian cat called Masha saves baby abandoned in the cold - World - News - The Independent

Masha apparently climbed inside the box and wrapped herself around the abandoned child, believed to be less than 12 weeks old, to keep him warm. Hearing Masha’s loud meows, resident Irina Lavrova rushed to rescue the cat believing she was injured – instead she discovered her curled around the now quiet baby. “You can imagine my shock when I saw her lying in a box next to a baby,” she told RT. The baby was rushed to hospital, with Masha attempting to follow the car, and was found to be healthy, despite his outdoors stay. “She was so worried about where we were taking the baby,” paramedic Vera Ivanina told REN TV. The abandoned baby A search has now been launched to try and locate the child’s parents. Man awakens from 12 years in ‘vegetative state’ Text smaller Text bigger Martin Pistorius Martin Pistorious fell into a mysterious coma when he was a vibrant 12-year-old boy in the 1980s.

Man awakens from 12 years in ‘vegetative state’

He found himself locked inside his own body – unable to speak, make eye contact or even move his own limbs. Martin’s doctors told his parents, Rodney and Joan Pistorious, that the boy had cryptococci meningitis. They said Martin should be taken home to die in peace. But Martin would live 12 years in that vegetative state. Joan said, “Martin just kept going, just kept going.” Like the reporting you see here?

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