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Washington Post
· Distinguished person of the week: ‘For the people’ of New York  
He explained: “After all, requiring production of documents relating entirely to the President’s activities as a private citizen and having no relationship to his official duties poses no risk of tempering his official communications, nor does it threaten to render him unduly cautious in discharging his official duties.” He recalled the handling of a subpoena served on President Thomas Jefferson, upheld by Chief Justice John Marshall.
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The Guardian
· Coronavirus brings tension and prejudice to Italy's beaches  
Tempers fray over social distancing and visitors from Lombardy tell of discrimination
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The Guardian
· Nigel Slater’s recipes for pickled gooseberries with mackerel tartare and tomato pickle  
The gooseberries remain crunchy in this piquant accompaniment, but their tartness is tempered by their time in the vinegar.
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The Age
· Saints' Long sent to tribunal, Bombers' Shiel offered two weeks  
Tempers fray: Essendon's Dylan Shiel (left) gets involved in some push and shove with North Melbourne players during their round 6 clash.Credit:Getty Images
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The Guardian
· As Colston’s statue lies forlorn in a lock-up, Bristol is working out what its toppling means  
Any sense of relief and euphoria at this flurry of decontamination is tempered by the knowledge that there are thousands of people in my adopted home city who feel very differently about all of this.
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The Guardian
· The Observer view on post-Brexit UK-China relations  
Yet thanks to these short sighted Tories, the UK is more limply beholden than ever to not one but two overbearing foreign powers with hegemonistic tendencies and nasty tempers.
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Financial Express
· Galileo And the Science Deniers: Story of science of denial and how, centuries later, things are still the same  
The president of a nation known for its scientific temper is at the forefront of such debates.
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The Independent
· England left wanting once again as West Indies seize initiative in first Test  
Even the overriding emotion of being pleased to be back will have been tempered come the evening.
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Washington Post
· D.C. United, Toronto FC kick off at 9 a.m. for MLS is Back opener, and not everyone is pleased  
Like the other coaches here, Olsen is tempering expectations.