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BART
Two BART Police Officers praised for work to help homeless manyou. Thank you all.” Alfonso is one of the regular homeless individuals that c
Two BART Police Officers praised for work to help homeless man
BART / Posted 8 hours ago
you. Thank you all.” Alfonso is one of the regular homeless individuals that comes around Powell Street Station. Officers David Touye and Dan Jones had made periodic contact with Alfonso and offered him assistance in seeking services. He would... Read more
12h
Slate
Trump Cannot Win a Debate Because He Cannot CommunicateWe’re not speaking to a rabid fan base or a group who gets your dog-whistle ref
Trump Cannot Win a Debate Because He Cannot Communicate
Slate / Posted 12 hours ago
We’re not speaking to a rabid fan base or a group who gets your dog-whistle references or understands and fills in the blanks of your spotty sentences. You’re simply bad at putting together an argument that is compelling. Trump: “Wrong.” It’s... Read more
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PhysOrg
Yeast knockouts peel back secrets of cell protein functiona yeast knockout culture for analysis in the Pagliarini lab of the Morgridge In
Yeast knockouts peel back secrets of cell protein function
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
a yeast knockout culture for analysis in the Pagliarini lab of the Morgridge Institute for Research at UW-Madison. Credit: David Nevala/Courtesy Morgridge Institute for Research Proteins are the hammers and tongs of life, with fundamental roles in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Which Premier League manager has the biggest headache? Our writers debatewindow closed and new signings settled into their surroundings, it's becoming c
Which Premier League manager has the biggest headache? Our writers debate
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
window closed and new signings settled into their surroundings, it's becoming clear some managers are in a bit of trouble. David Moyes and his winless Sunderland, Slaven Bilic and his porous Hammers or Antonio Conte and his bumbling Blues are... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
'Mariano's Choice' looks at Mariano Medina's early lifeDavid Jessup is following up his first novel, "Mariano's Crossing," with a preq
'Mariano's Choice' looks at Mariano Medina's early life
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
David Jessup is following up his first novel, "Mariano's Crossing," with a prequel, "Mariano's Choice." "The new book goes back into the early life of one of Loveland's first pioneers, Mariano Medina," said Jessup. "Mariano's Crossing," released in... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Panthers let win slip awayFalls later added to their lead in the second quarter when quarterback Aaron To
Panthers let win slip away
Bennington Banner / Posted 4 days ago
Falls later added to their lead in the second quarter when quarterback Aaron Tomczak hooked up with wide receiver David Everard on 17 yard touchdown pass to make 13-6, Panthers. Lake George came right back with a scoring drive of their... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photo |the first round of the Tour Championship golf tournament at East Lake Golf Club
The Day's Best Photo |
The News & Observer / Posted 5 days ago
the first round of the Tour Championship golf tournament at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. David GoldmanAP Argentina's San Lorenzo midfielder Fernando Belluschi (R) celebrates with teammates midfielder Bautista... Read more
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The Daily Californian
'Queen of Katwe' is an uplifting true story about underdog womenher older sister Night (Taryn Kyaze). That is, until she discovers the game of
'Queen of Katwe' is an uplifting true story about underdog women
The Daily Californian / Posted 5 days ago
her older sister Night (Taryn Kyaze). That is, until she discovers the game of chess. “Katwe” is essentially a fill-in-the-blanks Disney sports picture — plucky, talented kid faces impossible odds, determined mentor, success then failure then... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkis an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
is an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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Kiama Independent
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkis an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
is an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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Manning River Times
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkis an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
is an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkis an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
is an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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The Courier
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkis an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
is an act of unlawful graffiti has been debated in the NSW Parliament. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkimplications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. G
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
implications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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The Young Witness
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkimplications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. G
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
implications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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Western Advocate
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkimplications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. G
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
implications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
17 related stories
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Brisbane Times
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkwas having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
was having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a constitutionally protected freedom.Stephen Blanks, president of the NSW Council of Civil Liberties "Paramedics deserve a properly funded insurance scheme, just as the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkimplications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. G
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
implications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
17 related stories
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The Border Mail
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkimplications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. G
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
implications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkimplications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. G
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
implications for paramedics who wrote anti-government slogans on ambulances. Greens MP and industrial relations spokesman David Shoebridge said Australia had a proud history of political and artistic expression using chalk to communicate dissent... Read more
17 related stories
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WA Today
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkwas having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
was having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a constitutionally protected freedom.Stephen Blanks, president of the NSW Council of Civil Liberties "Paramedics deserve a properly funded insurance scheme, just as the... Read more
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The Age
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkwas having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
was having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a constitutionally protected freedom.Stephen Blanks, president of the NSW Council of Civil Liberties "Paramedics deserve a properly funded insurance scheme, just as the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkwas having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
was having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a constitutionally protected freedom.Stephen Blanks, president of the NSW Council of Civil Liberties "Paramedics deserve a properly funded insurance scheme, just as the... Read more
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Canberra Times
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalkwas having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a
HSU called before NSW Industrial Relations Commission to defend chalk
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
was having a cardiac arrest. The freedom to make political communication is a constitutionally protected freedom.Stephen Blanks, president of the NSW Council of Civil Liberties "Paramedics deserve a properly funded insurance scheme, just as the... Read more
17 related stories
12d
vitalfootball co uk
Varney Is Not The Answer To Our Prayersis fine by me but our manager must not see this stop-gap situation as a solutio
Varney Is Not The Answer To Our Prayers
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 12 days ago
is fine by me but our manager must not see this stop-gap situation as a solution to our rather limited strike force. David McGoldrick will not be back until mid-November at the earliest and of course Daryl Murphy is already plying his trade... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
The Wenners * SystemAguerro, Vardy - every single striker that buys a ticket for the raffle when he
The Wenners * System
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 14 days ago
Aguerro, Vardy - every single striker that buys a ticket for the raffle when he goes for goal will have his fair share of blanks. To make the whole game at both ends of the field a striker`s responsibility is to misunderstand the game of... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Coroners in Ohio struggle with staffing amid heroin scourgecaught in gang crossfire and those who overdose on heroin. Unraveling the myst
Coroners in Ohio struggle with staffing amid heroin scourge
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
caught in gang crossfire and those who overdose on heroin. Unraveling the mysteries behind their deaths and filling in the blanks about their final moments of life is what drew Hansen to forensic pathology. It certainly wasn’t the pay or the... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Pages past — Sept. 8seven-hitter. The Indians only run came in the first inning when John Lowenste
Pages past — Sept. 8
Clovis News Journal / Posted 20 days ago
seven-hitter. The Indians only run came in the first inning when John Lowenstein tripled and scored on Larvell Blanks’ sacrifice fly. 1971: Items from the Clovis police blotter included: • Austin Downing reported a shotgun valued at... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Hillary Clinton And The 'C' Worddown. That’s certainly weird behavior, but there is a plausible nonmedical expl
Hillary Clinton And The 'C' Word
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
down. That’s certainly weird behavior, but there is a plausible nonmedical explanation: According to the Washington Post’s David Weigel, the reporters who witnessed the scene “interpreted her exaggerated head-bobbing as a joke at how she’d been... Read more
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DW
Fingerprint forensics has a future despite new technology and the folly of humans |86 billion, and the world population isn't that. Yet. So it's all done on stati
Fingerprint forensics has a future despite new technology and the folly of humans |
DW / Posted 27 days ago
86 billion, and the world population isn't that. Yet. So it's all done on statistics," says independent fingerprint expert, David Goodwin. "But it's born out ... millions and millions of comparisons are made everyday." It's only recently, though,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
How to transition from a ‘doer’ to a bona fide executivetech start-ups in the Toronto-Waterloo corridor: Michael Litt (CEO of Vidyard),
How to transition from a ‘doer’ to a bona fide executive
The Globe and Mail / Posted 27 days ago
tech start-ups in the Toronto-Waterloo corridor: Michael Litt (CEO of Vidyard), Michael Katchen (CEO of Wealthsimple), David Au-Yeung (co-founder of Flipp Corporation), and Kurtis McBride (CEO of Miovision Technologies). A common theme we found... Read more

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