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HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It’s the way web pages and email templates are coded so that text is formatted and images are added.
Plain Text is regular text, with no special formatting options such as bold, italics, underlines, or special layout options.
How does this affect your campaign?
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Whats for lunch?
Tag Archives: school lunch in Russia
December 17, 2010 · 12:21 pm
Slow food take 2
This week, I sat down with my editor and looked at the first page proofs of What’s for Lunch? (my book on how schoolchildren eat around the world coming out next year). It looks fabulous (I’ll give a sneak peek sometime soon), and among other things, I was reminded (happily) that many countries around the world treat lunch as an occasion to be enjoyed and savoured rather than simply an unpleasant diversion from playtime (scroll down for this week’s post on the latter).
I thought it would be worth looking at how things work in some other countries:
•In France, 45 minutes is devoted to the eating part of lunch—plus playtime afterward.
•In Russia, teachers walk around the cafeteria making sure children eat using proper table manners (something they are taught in school!).
•In China, teachers also walk around and encourage Continue reading “e&y m&a report 2016 Lunchtime in Russia – TripSavvy”