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"Many a little makes a mickle."

In Switzerland it has long been customary for students to shake the hands of their teachers at the beginning and end of the school day. It’s a sign of solidarity and mutual respect between teacher and pupil, one that is thought to encourage the right classroom atmosphere. 841 kata lagi

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Swissair launch Cork-Zurich service

Swiss will operate a weekly service between Cork and Zurich from June, with a twice-weekly service during the peak months of July and August. The additional frequency will operate on Mondays, departing Zurich at 1145, and departing Cork at 1350. 54 kata lagi

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Three ancient castles overlook this quiet Swiss town

Bellinzona, Switzerland, isn’t on the radar of many travelers, but its three medieval castles are definitely worth a stop. 

We found Bellinzona by accident.

We were… 571 kata lagi

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Swiss Re's Q4 profit drops 45% as disasters weigh

Swiss Re, the world’s second-largest reinsurer, today confirmed its mid-term targets despite continued pricing pressure saw its January renewals drop 18%.

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The Association Vinicole – 100 Years of Swiss Wine Making

As I walked down a cobbled street in the petite Swiss village of Corseaux, I didn’t know what to expect of my destination. I had passed by the unassuming front of the Association Vinicole a few times over the last couple of weeks; a little display case with a few bottles of wine, steps leading to a door that always remained closed – no peeking, three barn-like doors on one side with French written on it, but what always caught my eye were a wine barrel for sale with a vintage grape picking basket hanging on top of it in one corner. 2.482 kata lagi

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