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Paralympics 2012: Britain enlightened the world with the opening
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30 August 2012
On 30 August 2012 The Telegraph reported:
To open the Paralympics with the presence and words of Stephen Hawking was a masterstroke. Here was an Englishman who, despite severe disabilities, has succeeded in conquering the heights of physics -- thought to be the hardest intellectual discipline of all. The Paralympics are delivering both an alarm call and a clarion call and the sound of unity, tolerance, humour, and determination is deafening. It has found its voice for our present day.
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