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givenchykenny Kendall on the set of a photoshoot in North London recently.
Her wearing Dr Martens actually gives me life 🏻
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kmyoga WOULD YOU LIKE TO RELAX & RENEW WITH ME ON RETREAT IN ITALY?
In September 2016 you can "RELAX & RENEW” with 9 days of Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Spa Treatments on the stunning island of Salina in the Aeolian Archipelago, off the Northern Coast of Sicily.
This is an intimate retreat and space is limited to 12 people, so reserve your space early to avoid disappointment!
Open to all levels of experience, including complete beginners.
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miawhiteyy Today I went to see my prospective new flatmates in the warehouse, I'm so hyped to maybe be living in such a cool community #warehousecommunity #northlondon 3h

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maarifacircle A lone British businessman has beaten Batman, Superman and Spiderman over the legal right to use the word "superhero" in the title of his book. Graham Jules was about to publish his self-help manual "Business Zero to Superhero" in 2014 when he got a letter from Marvel and DC Comics claiming the word infringed their jointly-owned trademark.

But modest Mr Jules fought back and even rejected an offer of 'a couple of thousand' to change his book title.And after a two-and-a-half-year wrangle the multi-billion dollar enterprises have backed down and admitted defeat with the North London entrepreneur. Four days before a planned hearing at the Intellectual Property Office in London they have dropped the case against their British foe "for commercial reasons". Mr Jules, 48, who runs a firm setting up pop-up shops - and is also studying law - can keep the title of his book and finally publish it. He compiled his entire case without legal aid using a single textbook about intellectual property law - while his giant adversaries armed themselves with the finest legal minds. Mr Jules estimates he spent a total of just £200 - the cost of registering to fight the claim - plus 200 hours in writing letters.I received a letter from Marvel and DC's solicitors stating that they opposed the title. "I found out that they had held the trademark for 'superheroes' and from that moment on the battle ensued. "I was on the verge of scrapping the book and at the beginning I felt helpless and scared. "But this is an amazing result. It shows that even the little guy can achieve something with determination." - Graham Jules #UkNews #London #NorthLondon #Law #Marvel #Comics
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