The TerraMar Project

Maxwell presented at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik Iceland in 2013. Scott Borgerson, listed on TerraMar's board of directors for 2013, appeared with Maxwell at the Arctic Circle conference. In June 2014, Maxwell and Borgerson spoke at an event in Washington, DC sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, titled “Governing the Ocean Commons: Growing Challenges, New Approaches”. Tax documents for US organization the TerraMar Project consistently list Ghislaine Maxwell as the organization's President. Board members included Amir Dossal and the film producer Steven Haft.

Bill Clinton

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Clinton boarded the Lolita Express, a private plane of registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, at least 26 times. Flight records indicate that underage girls and young women, such as Chauntae Davies, who were told to do whatever Epstein asks, were present on the plane the majority of the times Clinton boarded the plane. Epstein has claimed he co-founded the Clinton Foundation. Clinton has denied knowing anything about the Lolita Express or about Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse, despite it being public record.


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Following the precedents of Edward Gibbon and Jacob Grimm, the name of the Franks has been linked with the word frank (free) in English. It has been suggested that the meaning of "free" was adopted because, after the conquest of Gaul, only Franks were free of taxation. Another theory is that it is derived from the Proto-Germanic word frankon, which translates as javelin or lance as the throwing axe of the Franks was known as a francisca. However, it has been determined that these weapons were named because of their use by the Franks, not the other way around. In English, 'France' is pronounced in American English and or in British English.

The New York Times

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In 2017 "The New York Times" was among the ten most cited sources in the English Wikipedia. was ranked 105 in the world, and 29 in the U.S. by Alexa on September 24, 2019. In September 2005, the paper decided to begin subscription-based service for daily columns in a program known as TimesSelect, which encompassed many previously free columns. Until being discontinued two years later, TimesSelect cost $7.95 per month or $49.95 per year, though it was free for print copy subscribers and university students and faculty. To avoid this charge, bloggers often reposted TimesSelect material, and at least one site once compiled links of reprinted material.

Michael Bloomberg

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Membership at the Council on Foreign Relations. Michael Bloomberg collected news and commentary at the New York Daily News. Michael Bloomberg collected news and commentary at Newsday. Biography at the Encyclopædia Britannica. Membership at the Council on Foreign Relations. Biography at the Encyclopædia Britannica. Membership at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Trilateral Commission

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(executive director of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York). Hornblower, Marshall (former partner at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering). Huntington, Samuel P. (former director of Harvard’s Center for International Affairs, former White House Coordinator of Security Planning for the National Security Council). Kohnstamm, Max (European Policy Centre). Mondale, Walter. Nye, Joseph S. (Jr.) (former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs). Owen, Henry D. (foreign policy studies director at the Brookings Institution). Reischauer, Edwin (professor at Harvard University and United States Ambassador to Japan, 1961–1966).

Prince Andrew, Duke of York

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In the interview, Prince Andrew says he met Epstein in 1999 through British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell; this contradicts comments made by the Duke's private secretary in 2011, who claims the two met in "the early 1990s". He also said he did not regret his friendship with Epstein, saying "the people that I met and the opportunities that I was given to learn either by him or because of him were actually very useful". In the interview he denied having sex with Virginia Roberts on 10 March 2001, as she had accused, because he had been at home with his daughters, having taken his elder daughter Beatrice, to a party at PizzaExpress in Woking.

United Kingdom

Crime in England and Wales increased in the period between 1981 and 1995, though since that peak there has been an overall fall of 66 per cent in recorded crime from 1995 to 2015, according to crime statistics. The prison population of England and Wales has increased to 86,000, giving England and Wales the highest rate of incarceration in Western Europe at 148 per 100,000. Her Majesty's Prison Service, which reports to the Ministry of Justice, manages most of the prisons within England and Wales.

Robert Maxwell

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In 1945, he married Elisabeth "Betty" Meynard, a French Protestant, and the couple had nine children over the next sixteen years: Michael, Philip, Ann, Christine, Isabel, Karine, Ian, Kevin and Ghislaine. In a 1995 interview, Elisabeth talked of how they were recreating his childhood family, victims of the Holocaust. Five of his children – Christine, Isabel, Ian, Kevin and Ghislaine – were later employed within his companies. Daughter Karine died of leukemia at age three, while Michael was severely injured in a car crash in 1961, at the age of fifteen, when his driver fell asleep at the wheel. Michael never regained consciousness and died seven years later.

Les Wexner

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Wexner had a close relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, who managed his financial assets; the two parted in 2008, when Epstein went to prison, 18 months after having been charged in Florida, in 2006, with "multiple counts of molestation and unlawful sexual activity with a minor." Wexner was believed to be the primary source of Epstein's wealth. In August 2019, following Epstein's second incarceration, and prior to his death; Wexner addressed the Wexner Foundation by letter, delivering a detailed account of his dealings with Epstein, stating that the former financial advisor had “misappropriated vast sums of money” from Wexner and from his family.

Julie K. Brown

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Brown has been credited with re-opening the Jeffrey Epstein sexual abuse case with a series of reports published in November 2018. In 2008 Epstein had been allowed to plead guilty to only two state-level prostitution offenses even though sex with underage girls was legally rape. The secret deal that then-US Attorney Alex Acosta struck with Epstein made federal sex trafficking charges disappear, shut down a FBI probe that might have uncovered dozens of victims, and granted immunity to any possible co-conspirators, a clause that allegedly protected powerful men.

Herbert N. Straus House

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Vicky Ward visited Jeffrey Epstein at the house for her 2003 profile, "The Talented Mr Epstein", for Vanity Fair magazine. Ward wrote that she felt that upon entering the house "you feel you have stumbled into someone’s private Xanadu. This is no mere rich person's home, but a high-walled, eclectic, imperious fantasy that seems to have no boundaries". Rows of 'individually framed eyeballs' manufactured for injured English soldiers decorated the entrance hall along with a 'twice-life-size sculpture of a naked African warrior'. A room described as a "leather room" had leopard print chairs with walls decorated in 'cordovan-colored fabric'.

Alan Dershowitz

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Dershowitz was a member of the legal defense team for Jeffrey Epstein, who was investigated following accusations that he had repeatedly solicited sex from minors. Epstein's legal team investigated some of his accusers and provided both the police and the State attorney's office with a dossier containing information about plaintiffs' behavior, which had been obtained from their personal MySpace pages, including allegations of alcohol and drug use. On June 30, 2008, after Epstein pleaded guilty to a state charge (one of two) of procuring for prostitution a girl below age 18, he was sentenced to 18months in prison.

Ronald Reagan

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He and Gorbachev held four summit conferences between 1985 and 1988: the first in Geneva, Switzerland, the second in Reykjavík, Iceland, the third in Washington, D.C., and the fourth in Moscow. Reagan believed that if he could persuade the Soviets to allow for more democracy and free speech, this would lead to reform and the end of Communism. The critical summit was at Reykjavík in October 1986, where they met alone, with translators but with no aides. To the astonishment of the world, and the chagrin of Reagan's most conservative supporters, they agreed to abolish all nuclear weapons. Gorbachev then asked the end of SDI.

Little Saint James, U.S. Virgin Islands

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The 70 - 78 acre island was owned by American financier and convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein from 1998 until his 2019 death. During Epstein's ownership, the island was alleged to be a location where sexual abuse of children occurred; as a result it acquired local nicknames such as "Island of Sin" and "Pedophile Island." In 1997, Little St. James was owned by venture capitalist Arch Cummin and was for sale for $10.5 million. In April 1998, a company called L.S.J. LLC purchased the island for $7.95 million, and documents showed that Jeffrey Epstein was the sole member of L.S.J. In 2019, the island was valued at $63,874,223.

Miami Herald

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In 2003, the Miami Herald and El Universal of Mexico City created an international joint venture, and in 2004 they together launched The Herald Mexico, a short-lived English-language newspaper for readers in Mexico. Its final issue was published in May 2007. On July 27, 2005, former Miami city commissioner Arthur Teele walked into the main lobby of the Heralds headquarters and phoned Herald columnist Jim DeFede (one of several telephone conversations that the two had had during the day) to say that he had a package for DeFede. He then asked a security officer to tell his (Teele's) wife Stephanie that he loved her, before pulling out a gun and committing suicide.


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"Europe" as used specifically in British English may also refer to Continental Europe exclusively. The first recorded usage of Eurṓpē as a geographic term is in the Homeric Hymn to Delian Apollo, in reference to the western shore of the Aegean Sea. As a name for a part of the known world, it is first used in the 6th century BC by Anaximander and Hecataeus. Anaximander placed the boundary between Asia and Europe along the Phasis River (the modern Rioni River) in the Caucasus, a convention still followed by Herodotus in the 5th century BC.

Glenn Dubin

In August 2019, unsealed documents revealed connections between Dubin and Jeffrey Epstein, including allegations of involvement in his sex ring. Former house manager for the Dubins, Rinaldo Rizzo, described a 2005 encounter with a 15-year-old girl employed as a nanny. Rizzo said the girl told him Ghislaine Maxwell pressured her to have sex with Epstein, taking her passport when she refused. A month into her employ, according to The Daily Beast, the Dubins took the girl with them to Sweden, where she was dropped off at an airport. Virginia Giuffre also claimed in her lawsuit that Glenn Dubin was one of the men with which Epstein and Maxwell forced her to have sex.

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Epstein also served on the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. * The Program for Evolutionary Dynamics The Program for Evolutionary Dynamics.

George J. Mitchell

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A woman who has long claimed disgraced money man Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with powerful men named Mitchell in documents unsealed August 9, 2019, by federal prosecutors in New York at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. The papers included affidavits and depositions of key witnesses in a lawsuit the now-33-year-old woman, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, filed against Epstein and his associate, Ghislaine Maxwell in 2015. Giuffre accused the duo of keeping her as a “sex slave” in the early 2000s when she was underage. Mitchell denied ever having met or spoken with Giuffre.

Ted Waitt

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Waitt was romantically linked to Ghislaine Maxwell, after she ended her relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. Waitt owns homes in the Bird Streets area of Hollywood Hills West, Los Angeles (put up for sale for $20 million in September 2015) and in La Jolla, California (purchased in 2005 for $13.32 million and put for sale for $22.9 million in November 2015). Waitt also owns a home in Beverly Hills, California. Waitt was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of South Dakota. Business Week named Waitt one of America’s 50 most generous philanthropists due to his work with the Waitt Foundation.

Kingston upon Hull

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Also in 2001, the city had a high proportion, at 6.2%, of people of working age who were unemployed, ranking 354th out of 376 local and unitary authorities within England and Wales. The distance travelled to work was less than 3 mi for 64,578 out of 95,957 employed people. A further 18,031 travelled between 3.1 and 6.2 miles (5 and 10 km) to their place of employment. The number of people using public transport to get to work was 12,915 while the number travelling by car was 53,443. Men in the University ward had the fourth lowest life expectancy at birth, 69.4 years, of any ward in England and Wales in 2016.


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In 1664, the English conquered New Netherland and renamed it "New York" after the English Duke of York and Albany, the future King James II. The Dutch, under Director General Stuyvesant, successfully negotiated with the English to produce 24 articles of provisional transfer, which sought to retain for the extant citizens of New Netherland their previously attained liberties (including freedom of religion) under new colonial English rulers. The Dutch Republic regained the city in August 1673, renaming it "New Orange". New Netherland was ultimately ceded to the English in November 1674 through the Treaty of Westminster.

Media proprietor

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Reflecting this, the term "press baron" was replaced by "media baron", and the term "media mogul" (or "Hollywood mogul" when applied to people specifically working in the motion picture industry, having actually spawned a similarly named computer game) was popularized in colloquial English. In modern relevance, social media sites need to be taken into account such as Facebook in relation to Mark Zuckerberg who is an extremely important media proprietor. Media and technology play a significant role in mass-media production. Marcus Agius (BBC). Jack Dorsey (Twitter). Max Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook. Sally Aw. Andrej Babiš. Zdeněk Bakala. Jaume Roures (Mediapro).