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The Champaign News-Gazette
Part 43: The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, Aug. 20, 2017nationality. He said 'No, but I can be if you want me to be' and asked me if I'
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 8 hours ago
nationality. He said 'No, but I can be if you want me to be' and asked me if I'd go to dinner with him. I thought it was odd because we were at a college bar. "Fast-forward 11 years and it's been an off-off-again romance that resembles Al... Read more
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Daily Mail
Would you pay £2.60 for milk from world's happiest cows?the luckiest cows in the world. They live on 48 acres of cow heaven, eating onl
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
the luckiest cows in the world. They live on 48 acres of cow heaven, eating only the tenderest, tastiest organic grass available — plus the odd organic carrot or digestive biscuit as a treat. Dairy delight: Jane Fryer tries her hand at milking... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why your messy kitchen is making you fatof Freedom of Information searches obscuring the heads of industrious hacks – t
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of Freedom of Information searches obscuring the heads of industrious hacks – the only evidence of their presence being the odd eruption of some thunderous conversation, my favourite of which ended with the edict "this ain't talk back radio, mate"... Read more
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Philly.com
Venturing beyond beer and brats in Milwaukeesets in.) Travel tip: One of the privately owned Wright-designed houses on the
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
sets in.) Travel tip: One of the privately owned Wright-designed houses on the street is beautifully restored and available for overnight stays via VRBO.com. Guidebook musts. Is it meta that the buildings housing the Milwaukee Art Museum are... Read more
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The Age
Why your messy kitchen is making you fatof Freedom of Information searches obscuring the heads of industrious hacks – t
The Age / Posted yesterday
of Freedom of Information searches obscuring the heads of industrious hacks – the only evidence of their presence being the odd eruption of some thunderous conversation, my favourite of which ended with the edict "this ain't talk back radio, mate"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why your messy kitchen is making you fatof Freedom of Information searches obscuring the heads of industrious hacks – t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
of Freedom of Information searches obscuring the heads of industrious hacks – the only evidence of their presence being the odd eruption of some thunderous conversation, my favourite of which ended with the edict "this ain't talk back radio, mate"... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Stamford sky gazers ready for solar eclipsedarkness — in Connecticut the moon will cover about two-thirds of the sun — vie
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
darkness — in Connecticut the moon will cover about two-thirds of the sun — viewers can expect a drop in temperature and odd behavior from animals. Birds may change their songs or stop chirping, and other animals could think it’s... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Stamford sky gazers ready for solar eclipsedarkness — in Connecticut the moon will cover about two-thirds of the sun — vie
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
darkness — in Connecticut the moon will cover about two-thirds of the sun — viewers can expect a drop in temperature and odd behavior from animals. Birds may change their songs or stop chirping, and other animals could think it’s... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shotron - Why I Am Into Musicdiscussing with anybody before landing here. I have been on my own since 2006
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
discussing with anybody before landing here. I have been on my own since 2006 on the street hustling and doing all kinds odd jobs for survival. So, I look at music as the only company I had and still have in me. I see it as the stepping stone for... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Pet swimming pools and helipads: now we all want to holiday like VIPsof the company’s Welsh properties; and PetsPyjamas has recently hosted Elle Mac
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
of the company’s Welsh properties; and PetsPyjamas has recently hosted Elle Macpherson’s dogs Bella and Moon, Mark Ronson’s Lab/border collie cross Maude and Daisy Lowe’s Maltese Monty. Henry Holland’s French bulldog Peggy also recently inspired a... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
AMD Radeon Vega RX 64 8GB ReviewMore Than 200+ New Features, Ready First Half Of 2017 and AMD Radeon RX Vega 64
Tom's Hardware / Posted 6 days ago
More Than 200+ New Features, Ready First Half Of 2017 and AMD Radeon RX Vega 64: Bundles, Specs, And Aug. 14 Availability. Today is when we see if the cliffhanger approach to marketing ends with gamers enjoying blissful satisfaction or... Read more
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CNET
For women in tech, mentoring mattersmy high school math teacher, Susan Bauer. She convinced the nuns in charge of m
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
my high school math teacher, Susan Bauer. She convinced the nuns in charge of my all-girls school to build us a computer lab so she could teach us how to code. She could tell computers were going to transform society in our lifetimes, and she... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
When trying to donate blood saves your lifeMs Trinh said. After getting the same results the second time round, real conc
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Ms Trinh said. After getting the same results the second time round, real concern was raised on her third try when the lab results urged Ms Trinh to contact her doctor for a full-count blood test. "It showed that I had high levels of ferritin,... Read more
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Variety
Quentin Tarantino Honored With Vanguard Leadership Award at Sundance Next Fest Kick-Offhim for his continued support of the organization that helped give him his star
Variety / Posted 9 days ago
him for his continued support of the organization that helped give him his start through the Sundance Institute Directors Lab. In 2015, Tarantino returned as a creative adviser to the lab, and has also contributed to the Sally Menke Memorial... Read more
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Zero Hedge
A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hackevidence of what happened last year and who was responsible for it. It is tires
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
evidence of what happened last year and who was responsible for it. It is tiresome to note, but none has been made available. Instead, we are urged to accept the word of institutions and senior officials with long records of deception. These... Read more
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Boston Globe
Scientists create the first mutant antsants. For years biologists have altered the genetics of organisms as varied as
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
ants. For years biologists have altered the genetics of organisms as varied as mice and rice. Mutant fruit flies are a laboratory staple. But ants’ complex life cycle hampered efforts to grow genetically engineered ants — until now. On... Read more
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Columbia Star
Trainers visit S.C.’s original native dogDr. I. Lehr Brisbin, biologist and former researcher with the Savannah River Ec
Columbia Star / Posted 10 days ago
Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, biologist and former researcher with the Savannah River Ecology Lab, rediscovered and developed the breed description of the Carolina Dog. (l to r) Dr. Brisbin, Phyllis Beasley (being greeted by one of Dr. Brisbin’s Carolina... Read more
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Columbia Star
PetsDr. I. Lehr Brisbin, biologist and former researcher with the Savannah River Ec
Columbia Star / Posted 10 days ago
Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, biologist and former researcher with the Savannah River Ecology Lab, rediscovered and developed the breed description of the Carolina Dog. (l to r) Dr. Brisbin, Phyllis Beasley (being greeted by one of Dr. Brisbin’s Carolina... Read more
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Washington City Paper
New D.C. Apartment Buildings Feel Like Posh Hotels That Anticipate Every Needis a big part of the dining experience. What if they could translate that to an
Washington City Paper / Posted 10 days ago
is a big part of the dining experience. What if they could translate that to an apartment building? So they hired Edit Lab at Streetsense, the studio behind acclaimed local restaurants like All-Purpose and The Dabney. Designers Brian Miller,... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Hazelden doctor says involuntary commitment may be one way to fight opioid crisis (Column)for those with addiction. But it doesn't have to be the end of the story. Sep
OregonLive.com / Posted 11 days ago
for those with addiction. But it doesn't have to be the end of the story. Seppala was living out of his car and working odd jobs when he applied for a janitor's position at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. The clinic contacted him two... Read more
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Evening Standard
Get a prescription... a secret pharmacy bar is coming to LondonGinger Brew is the classic, so have it, but follow up with the Shadow Boxer, a
Evening Standard / Posted 11 days ago
Ginger Brew is the classic, so have it, but follow up with the Shadow Boxer, a mix of scotch, sherry and Fernet-Branca. Odd, oddly delicious. It’s also a cracking place to sit for a bottle of wine. 46 Lexington St, W1F 0LP,... Read more
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Mashable
Summer on steroids: Fires, devilish heat waves, and floodsduring the past few months show how warming temperatures combined with natural
Mashable / Posted 12 days ago
during the past few months show how warming temperatures combined with natural climate variability are tipping the odds in favor of extreme weather that can cause damage around the world. Studies have tied the increasing number of large... Read more
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Popular Science Australia
Growing skin in a lab has benefits for humans and turtles alikeall over sea turtles' skin and inside their bodies. “In order to grow this viru
Popular Science Australia / Posted 12 days ago
all over sea turtles' skin and inside their bodies. “In order to grow this virus we have to basically replicate skin in the lab, because this virus will only grow when skin cells are maturing,” he says. Cultivating the elusive virus may help... Read more
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KERA North Texas
How To Fix Poverty: Why Not Just Give People Money?University, and Abhijit Banerjee, a professor of economics at MIT and director
KERA North Texas / Posted 13 days ago
University, and Abhijit Banerjee, a professor of economics at MIT and director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab. It will take more than a decade to determine the impact. But just a few months in you can get a hint from two cousins... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
How To Fix Poverty: Why Not Just Give People Money?University, and Abhijit Banerjee, a professor of economics at MIT and director
KPBS San Diego / Posted 13 days ago
University, and Abhijit Banerjee, a professor of economics at MIT and director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab. It will take more than a decade to determine the impact. But just a few months in you can get a hint from two cousins... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sleeping less than six hours a night is as damaging as BINGE drinkinghowever intermittent or relentless, there are simple steps you can take to guar
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
however intermittent or relentless, there are simple steps you can take to guarantee a better night’s sleep: Although the odd night sleeping just six hours or less will not have a significant effect, frequently not sleeping enough is very... Read more
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Daily Mail
Has your husband hit the manopause?body no longer feel connected. Emotionally I’m all over the place; railing agai
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
body no longer feel connected. Emotionally I’m all over the place; railing against the world one minute, sobbing uncontrollably the next. My body remains in a constant state of achy fatigue. James Innes-Smith, who is nearing 50, has been having... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, Aug. 6, 2017experience being there: A strong sense that at any moment I might fall into the
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
experience being there: A strong sense that at any moment I might fall into the void and just keep falling, and an odd visual hallucination that my companion was shrinking. At that point, I knew it was time to start back." "My daughter in... Read more
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Evening Standard
Ryan Chetiyawardana plays with food, drink and sustainability at CubGinger Brew is the classic, so have it, but follow up with the Shadow Boxer, a
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
Ginger Brew is the classic, so have it, but follow up with the Shadow Boxer, a mix of scotch, sherry and Fernet-Branca. Odd, oddly delicious. It’s also a cracking place to sit for a bottle of wine. 46 Lexington St, W1F 0LP,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sweet Honey and that bookthe human race would extinguish. Now I'm thinking something similar applies to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
the human race would extinguish. Now I'm thinking something similar applies to dog rearing. Our previous two dogs were Labradors: smart, docile, permanently hungry. I trained them to a reasonably high level, and I guess that by the time they... Read more
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The Age
Sweet Honey and that bookthe human race would extinguish. Now I'm thinking something similar applies to
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
the human race would extinguish. Now I'm thinking something similar applies to dog rearing. Our previous two dogs were Labradors: smart, docile, permanently hungry. I trained them to a reasonably high level, and I guess that by the time they... Read more
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Daily Mail
University scientists bake biscuits using ground-up CRICKETSanswer to feeding growing population of nine billion by 2050 A team of univers
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
answer to feeding growing population of nine billion by 2050 A team of university scientists have swapped microscopes and lab reports for mixing bowls and wooden spoons as they begin baking in the name of science - but they're using a very unusual... Read more
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Evening Standard
Tea Room bar review: You'd need to fly to drink like this anywhere elseGinger Brew is the classic, so have it, but follow up with the Shadow Boxer, a
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
Ginger Brew is the classic, so have it, but follow up with the Shadow Boxer, a mix of scotch, sherry and Fernet-Branca. Odd, oddly delicious. It’s also a cracking place to sit for a bottle of wine. 46 Lexington St, W1F 0LP,... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Another charter school competes in Hillsborough, with artificial turf, plenty of computers and a waiting listAPOLLO BEACH — Waterset Charter School is not squeezed inside a shopping center
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
APOLLO BEACH — Waterset Charter School is not squeezed inside a shopping center or shoe-horned onto an odd lot. It has its own street, Knowledge Lane, at the end of a main road through the upscale Waterset suburb. It is by all rights the community... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Linksmore sense than what the Democrats are pushing. Renegotiating NAFTA and crackin
Naked Capitalism / Posted 18 days ago
more sense than what the Democrats are pushing. Renegotiating NAFTA and cracking down on the exploitation of immigrant labor would be good for American workers if done in the right way. The hatred of Trump is causing some liberals to shy away... Read more
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Calgary Sun
The strange cases of travelling cats, chihuahuas, and top-secret goatsrequests went through smoothly: There’s a certificate for the Hospital for Sick
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
requests went through smoothly: There’s a certificate for the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, sending lab mice abroad. (Lab mice are bred in many specific strains for different types of disease research.) Some are secret:... Read more
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Game Informer
Science-Fiction Weekly – An Exclusive Look At DreadnoughtIf you're a PlayStation 4 owner, a starship has your name on it in Dreadnought'
Game Informer / Posted 18 days ago
If you're a PlayStation 4 owner, a starship has your name on it in Dreadnought's open beta, available now through the digital shop. I spent the last hour firing rocket barrages at other players (and accidentally into the far reaches of space), and... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Good dog, bad food: Foods for people that are bad for your dogon a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well
WSMV Nashville / Posted 19 days ago
on a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. “A big lab that eats a bar of dark chocolate may not have any problems,” she says, whereas a Chihuahua could get dangerously... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Good dog, bad food: Foods for people that are bad for your dogon a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 19 days ago
on a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. “A big lab that eats a bar of dark chocolate may not have any problems,” she says, whereas a Chihuahua could get dangerously... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Good dog, bad food: Foods for people that are bad for your dogon a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well
FOX Carolina / Posted 19 days ago
on a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. “A big lab that eats a bar of dark chocolate may not have any problems,” she says, whereas a Chihuahua could get dangerously... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Good dog, bad food: Foods for people that are bad for your dogon a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 19 days ago
on a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. “A big lab that eats a bar of dark chocolate may not have any problems,” she says, whereas a Chihuahua could get dangerously... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Good dog, bad food: Foods for people that are bad for your dogon a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 19 days ago
on a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. “A big lab that eats a bar of dark chocolate may not have any problems,” she says, whereas a Chihuahua could get dangerously... Read more
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FOX 5 Las Vegas
Good dog, bad food: Foods for people that are bad for your dogon a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well
FOX 5 Las Vegas / Posted 19 days ago
on a number of factors, including the animal’s genetic makeup and size, as well as the amount that animal eats. “A big lab that eats a bar of dark chocolate may not have any problems,” she says, whereas a Chihuahua could get dangerously... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
BLOG— The ‘dogginess’ of poetryI love my husband. When I recently went away for two weeks, I called him every
Yellow Springs News / Posted 19 days ago
I love my husband. When I recently went away for two weeks, I called him every day, and at odd moments, some aspect of him would blaze up in my mind, like a candle just lit and gorging on air. I love my husband, yet I was not inclined to seek out... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
A rapist left his dentures behind at the crime scene. His name...When police arrived at the scene, they found an odd piece of evidence the rapis
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
When police arrived at the scene, they found an odd piece of evidence the rapist had forgotten: his dentures. Along with other physical evidence from the assault, the false teeth were reportedly bagged and placed in a Memphis Police Department... Read more
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The Courier
Meet Eugene Kaspersky: the man on a mission to wage war against - and kill - the computer virusFederal Security Service (FSB), the successor to the KGB, as a client. Given th
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
Federal Security Service (FSB), the successor to the KGB, as a client. Given that Eugene Kaspersky's company, Kaspersky Lab, is well on its way to becoming the dominant player in the world of computer security, it's perhaps not surprising that... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Name chiselled onto dentures left at crime scene help convict man of rape -- 16 years later40, the unknown assailant forced the unnamed victim to perform oral sex. When
Calgary Sun / Posted 20 days ago
40, the unknown assailant forced the unnamed victim to perform oral sex. When police arrived at the scene, they found an odd piece of evidence the rapist had forgotten: his dentures. Along with other physical evidence from the assault, the false... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
A rapist left his dentures behind at the crime scene. His name was written inside but no one looked.40, the unknown assailant forced the unnamed victim to perform oral sex. When
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 20 days ago
40, the unknown assailant forced the unnamed victim to perform oral sex. When police arrived at the scene, they found an odd piece of evidence the rapist had forgotten: his dentures. Along with other physical evidence from the assault, the false... Read more
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Salon.com
The White City Devil’s early life: “I think that he would have killed her”local boy was probably not the country experience her parents had in mind. By
Salon.com / Posted 22 days ago
local boy was probably not the country experience her parents had in mind. By Holmes’s own account, he was working odd jobs and teaching school at the age of sixteen when he fell in love with Clara A. Lovering of London, New Hampshire.... Read more
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Daily Press
VIMS uses CT scans to study toadfishgraduate student Diego Vaz are working to help change that — and not just for t
Daily Press / Posted 22 days ago
graduate student Diego Vaz are working to help change that — and not just for the oyster toadfish but for the 80-odd other toadfish species around the globe. To that end, Vaz has been using computerized tomography, otherwise known as CT... Read more
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