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Inside author Andy Griffiths' joyously silly wond...
... full of the stuff of kids' dreams - a chocolate waterfall, a shark tank, a secret laboratory, a skate ramp and a machine that fires marshmallows into passing mouths. With a nod to...
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The 50 dorkiest songs you secretly love
This article originally appeared on No one is cool all the time, and amen to that. As a label or a style, “cool” can be limiting, even uncomfortable. Think tight waistbands, pointy-toed shoes, and a...
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Tiler accused of housing a drugs lab Joe Andary c...
THE tiler accused of housing a highly sophisticated drug laboratory under his Blacktown home has claimed a mystery tenant had rented the garage turned drug factory. Joe Andary allegedly told police...
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Penrith Local Court
How to spot a grow house or drug lab in your stre...
... they believe were used to make illicit drugs including ecstasy, from a commercial-grade drug lab in Hume last Tuesday. It was the only major drug lab ACT police have raided in the past year,...
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Capresso MT600 review
... of its 7.5 minute brew cycle, when the device wheezes and gurgles like (as one CNET appliance lab tech put it) Darth Vader blowing bubbles through chocolate milk. Also odd is how the water...
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Specialty Coffee Association of America
Taking in stray dog led to quite a surprise | On ...
The story making the rounds several weeks ago about the aged Labrador retriever that had been adopted from a pound, returned and then readopted, caught my attention. It was a heart-warming story that,...
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US Federal Reserve
Center for the Arts
Dear Thought Catalog, I Am Not a 'Mentally Ill Ga...
... only way to combat the ignorance and misinformation spread by Goad was to make resources available to those looking to question his views. In all, Thought Catalog published 38 essays of mine....
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The Pink Panthers
... makes microscopes and other equipment used by diamond brokers and graders, and maintains laboratory offices in Johannesburg, Mumbai, Bangkok, and other cities around the world, where...
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Teacher honoured for brave actions
... lives the night before. "I managed to separate the boys and get one of them into my science lab." Miss Riemer desperately began to try to calm the 15-year-old down. "He was very wound up and...
Read more at News Mail
This online school may replace modern liberal art...
... school may replace modern liberal arts colleges Do students like lectures anyway? Reuters/Odd Andersen/Pool On a Friday morning in April, I strapped on a headset, leaned into a microphone,...
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Sit down growled Ms Bacall: Why it is right to mo...
... is "irreplaceable" but she had her replaced anyway. A clone born in a South Korean lab will take centre stage when Winnie dies. Rebecca won a competition, with the procedure (worth...
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Is Formal Education Necessary For Success In IT?
... nerd” and was all set to begin a landscape architecture degree program. She took odd jobs at floral companies, cultivating her green thumb. Then she realized that there is no...
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Steven Pinker: 10 'grammar rules' it's OK to brea...
... "which"; restrictive relative clauses take "that". One part of the rule is correct: it's odd to use "that" with a nonrestrictive relative clause, as in "The pair of shoes, that cost £5,000,...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
George W Bush
The Big Sleep
... Ambien. I wonder how many patient days of data they had with Ambien.” Ambien, which is now available generically as zolpidem, is one of America’s most popular drugs, and it played a role—silent...
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Maureen Dowd: Back to meddling in Iraq
... Iraq and Syria" or "Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham." (Isis is also the name of an Egyptian goddess and the Earl of Grantham's yellow lab on Downton Abbey.) Yet the White House, State...
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San Antonio Express-News
The Biloxi Sun Herald
Leigh Paatsch’s 10 favourite Robin Williams films
KING (1991) Williams plays the self-appointed leader of a vigilante gang of derelicts in this odd, yet strangely affecting drama from director Terry Gilliam (12 Monkeys, Brazil). Williams...
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The World According to Garp
Rare mola mola fish spotted in California water
... was snapped by keen-eyed Jodi Fediani who was on a whale watching boat at the time the odd sea creature came to the surface to feed. Growing up to 4m in length and being the world’s...
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Here's What Cyber Security Experts Teach Their Ki...
... an early age’ David Emm, senior security researcher at internet security company Kaspersky Lab “I think one of the key things is to start the process of discussing online safety with your...
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The grass grows dangerous
... youth,” Krista Lisdahl, director of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee neuropsychology lab, told her peers. Marijuana abuse is now up, as are serious side effects from a substance that...
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American Psychological Association
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The 'Ninja Turtles' — from A to Z
Mutant Ninja Turtles III" (1993). There was also a 2007 animated feature, "TMNT." The four odd heroes have starred in the animated TV series "Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation" (1997) and "The...
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