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  • Amy Zahora, executive director of the association, said some of the restaurants, such as Fricker's locations, are offering the two-for-one deals because $20.10 per person is pricey for some, even though it is a discount.

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  • To link these Eurovisionaries, Ms. Fricker, an American, and Milija Gluhovic, a professor of theater at Britain's University of Warwick, in 2009 set up the Eurovision Research Network.

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  • "It could be destabilizing to some people that the idea of European culture is satin pantsuits and guys dressed up as monster rockers and screaming fans," says Karen Fricker, a lecturer on drama at the University of London and a prominent Eurovision researcher.

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  • Gluhovic and Ms. Fricker in July were granted funding of more than $50,000 by the British government for a series of conferences this year, under the theme "Eurovision and the 'New' Europe."

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  • "There is a remarkable degree of overlap between the two systems," Fricker says.

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  • Fricker points out that such a malleable system may be useful for creating networks that need to change over time, such as short-range wireless systems of sensors that would provide early warnings of fire or flood.

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  • Decentralized, adaptable networks would also be important for soldiers in battlefields or swarms of robots exploring hazardous environments, Fricker says.

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  • But one lake that measured around 19 miles by 6 miles (30 km by 10 km) caused a 30 foot (9 meter) change in elevation at the surface when it drained over a period of about 30 months, Fricker said.

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  • Global warming did not create these big pockets of water — they lie beneath some 2,300 feet of compressed snow and ice, too deep to be affected by temperature changes on the surface — but knowing how they behave is important to understanding the impact of climate change on the Antarctic ice sheet, study author Helen Fricker said by telephone.

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  • Fricker, Coleridge felt compelled both by Southey and by his own sense of honor to marry her when Southey married Edith.

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