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“A drop of blood with legs”: How the bed bug infi...
You Might Also Like While a bed bug’s life may seem secret to us, it carries on the same basic routines as any other animal: it eats, seeks shelter, and has sex. For a bed bug, food is always blood....
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Ivan Raconteur Column -
Throughout history, giants in philosophy have been on hand to observe the world around them, offer interpretations of what it all means, and provide suggestions as to how we might use this information...
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Panelists tackle wealth inequality
The wave of public discussion triggered by a French economist's best-selling treatise on the dangers of global wealth inequality made its way to Vancouver this week, with members of Clark College's...
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Bethlehem garage bomb threat suspect arraigned af...
Tarboro, 46, is charged with felony terroristic threats in the April 3 incident at 10 E. Church St. City police reported having him committed to St. Luke's University Health Network for a...
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University Health Network
Northampton County Prison
Bethlehem Area Public Library
Chessmen made their moves throughout history
Pre-eminent among intellectual pastimes, chess has often been referred to as the "royal game." Involving two players and a board of alternating light and dark squares, chess has had a long and...
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East India Company
World Chess Federation
Inside Edge Opens One-Stop-Shop for Intending For...
Inside Edge Consulting, an education consultancy outfit yesterday opened a new office in Lagos, as it bids to deliver international education advisory services, with a focus on United States, United...
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British High Commission
The myths and modern aids for determining ovulati...
The word “ovulation” dates to the 1700s, but it was misunderstood for most of human history. Doctors knew the definition: An egg (ovum) travels from an ovary, down a fallopian tube, in search of...
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SBDC to simulcast leadership conference
said, "courage is the first of human virtues because it makes all others possible." Courage makes all other qualities possible? That's a heavy statement. Without courage of some capacity,...
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1Book140: Vote for a Book to Read in May
Scribner/Harper Perennial Modern Classics/Vintage/Harper Collins/Mariner Books In light of the robust conversation happening over at #1book140 about commenting, voting, and community (and also...
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You Don’t Need Advanced Science to Resist Food Fa...
Paleolithic, vegan, raw, fruitarian, gluten-free, macrobiotic. Whatever diet it happens to be, the first question I ask is: “For the love of God, what’s going on?” I mean that literally. Because...
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For the love of God
Adam and Eve
the University of Pennsylvania
Why The British Attacked
This was a pretty big week exactly 240 years ago and what happened then is really important now. The British Army, after arriving in increasing numbers seven years before, decided to launch a sneak...
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Political parties should bury hatchet and find a ...
Councillors Elizabeth Wade and John Howson are right to express concern about delays in Network Rail’s planning application for their new bridge and ramps from
Lane to Port Meadow. But they...
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Oxford City Council
Good Governance - as a matter of fact
One professor, whose expertise is political science, took time off his normal schedule of academic work in order to exemplify the meaning of term 'Good Governance'. He indicated 'Good Governance'...
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The 1 percent plays us for suckers: There is no m...
You Might Also Like Even unchanged, happiness never lasts. If it did, it wouldn’t be happiness. Think how Laurie Colwin, upbeat author of the earnestly titled “Happy All the Time,” died at age 48 of...
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Mark David Chapman
West-Scantlebury and Barth honored as humanitaria...
Just Communities of Arkansas inducted two new humanitarians into a council of Natural State illuminati at a banquet Tuesday night at the Statehouse Convention Center -- Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation...
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Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation
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Bowie State University
Gyrocopter pilot’s stunt just the latest bid for ...
Police arrested Florida mailman Doug Hughes after he landed his gyrocopter on the West Lawn of the Capitol on Wednesday. Hughes said he performed the stunt in an effort to change campaign finance...
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the Washington Post
Over 2,000 years ago,
described free-dom as the basis of a democratic State. The very first article of our Constitution declares that “Malta is a democratic republic founded on work and on...
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Brisbane student facing jail in Singapore
University of Queensland student Ai Takagi, 22, and former student Yang Kaiheng, 26, with their legal team. The duo have been charged under Singapore's sedition laws. Photo:
Eng A Brisbane...
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University of Queensland
Reporters Without Borders
Urban Gaming Club places 11th at Penn State’s Hum...
Urban Gaming Club places 11th at Penn State’s Humans vs. Zombies Invitational April 16, 2015 Slippery Rock University’s chapter of the Urban Gaming Club travelled with five members to Penn State...
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Why we're obsessed with happiness
As humans, we're consumed by questions of happiness. We have been at least since we started writing literature, about 5,000 years ago. As individuals, we typically start to think about happiness as...
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