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“Adele, who won all six categories she was nominated in, matched Beyonce for most Grammy wins in a night by a female act, capping off what she described as a "life-changing" 12 months.”
“Speaking to The IoS after her tormentor, 51-year-old Peter Underwood, pleaded guilty to harassment last week, the Eighties model-turned-author told how her confidence has been shattered by what she calls a "life-changing experience".”
“This is currently the focus of considerable scientific interest following a study by Prof Richard Griffiths of Johns Hopkins University, in which he demonstrated that a modest dose 2g of psilocybin can "safely and reliably occasion a primary mystical experience that may offer long-term life-changing benefits".”
“When this takes place, the night becomes a life-changing musical under the open canopy of the Kalahari starlight theater.”
“Outstanding Daytime Drama: It'll be hard to top The Bold and the Beautiful and the story of cancer-stricken Stephanie and her life-changing trip to Skid Row — an illuminating, gorgeously produced heart-tugger with moments of grace and beauty reminiscent of European art films.”
“Grief is a natural and purposeful response to any life-changing event.”
“The Asian Star has fabulous potstickers and their walnut shrimp is life-changing.”
“Maybe I made the wrong call, and watching this film through plastic glasses would have been a life-changing experience.”
“The authors suggest solutions to short-term irrationality that are modest but potentially life-changing.”
“But Yates, who gave away half of his clothes after the "life-changing" experience in Kenya, believes he can get to the next level without trading on his celebrity.”
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