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Chichester Observer
Paul Cook: Forget formations – Pompey lacked oomphshow Pompey had 10 shots to Orient’s nine, the clear chances went to the visito
Paul Cook: Forget formations – Pompey lacked oomph
Chichester Observer / Posted 2 days ago
show Pompey had 10 shots to Orient’s nine, the clear chances went to the visitors. Aside from Jobi McAnuff’s goal, Jay Simpson had two good second-half chances with player manager Kevin Nolan also wasting a decent opportunity. Cook was honest... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Pompey 0 Leyton Orient 1: Neil Allen’s match reportsuffered a 1-0 defeat to Leyton Orient – but how they deserved to fail by a lar
Pompey 0 Leyton Orient 1: Neil Allen’s match report
Chichester Observer / Posted 2 days ago
suffered a 1-0 defeat to Leyton Orient – but how they deserved to fail by a larger margin. The crossbar, the post and Jay Simpson intervened to prevent a greater number of goals being racked up by the visitors. Truth be told, Paul Cook could have... Read more
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Columbia Star
February 5, 2016SC 29203 2000 Chrysler Town & Country 1C4GP64LXYB599216 Casey Dowling, 7645 Ga
February 5, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 5 days ago
SC 29203 2000 Chrysler Town & Country 1C4GP64LXYB599216 Casey Dowling, 7645 Garners Ferry Rd, Cola, SC 29209. Capital Motors, 4400 Augusta Rd, Lex, SC 29072 1997 Jaguar XJ6 SAJHX1246VC789878 Catherine Brown, 620 Old Brass Dr, Cola, SC 29229... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Newcastle artist’s work to appear on Suzuki carartist Ann Ranlett thought the email was a hoax at first: Someone claiming to b
Newcastle artist’s work to appear on Suzuki car
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 18 days ago
artist Ann Ranlett thought the email was a hoax at first: Someone claiming to be a marketing consultant for Suzuki Motors wanted to use one of her images as a decal on the back of one of its compact automobiles. “Many of us artists get... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown News, Obituaries, Tributes, HARVEY JAMES BARNES, Youngstown, Ohiowere held on Jan. 9, 2016, at the Christian Tabernacle Church for Harvey J. Bar
Youngstown News, Obituaries, Tributes, HARVEY JAMES BARNES, Youngstown, Ohio
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 21 days ago
were held on Jan. 9, 2016, at the Christian Tabernacle Church for Harvey J. Barnes. He was eulogized by Pastor Donnie Simpson of the Christian Tabernacle Church. “Jim” died on Jan. 1, in the early afternoon, in a Houston hospital, after he had... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'Fire-prone' Vauxhall found ablaze near bodies of fireworks display organisersexplosion at a wedding, a jury heard today. The family car - which was a model
'Fire-prone' Vauxhall found ablaze near bodies of fireworks display organisers
Daily Mirror / Posted 21 days ago
explosion at a wedding, a jury heard today. The family car - which was a model that was recalled in November by Vauxhall Motors following a spate of fires - was discovered in flames near an outbuilding in Windermere, Cumbria, in August. Inside... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
January 15, 2016Writ of Garnishment. James Roberts vs Alejandro R. Laurel, et al., TDCJ, Priso
January 15, 2016
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 25 days ago
Writ of Garnishment. James Roberts vs Alejandro R. Laurel, et al., TDCJ, Prisoner Civil Rights. Cassandra Lion vs General Motors LLC, Diversity-Motor Vehicle Product Liability. Elton Zalos Ortiz vs Director of TDCJ-CID, Petition for Writ of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Self-driving cars aren't ready yet: Here's how often human drivers need to grab the wheelInc. listed 1,031, or one every two miles; and Volkswagen Group of America Inc.
Self-driving cars aren't ready yet: Here's how often human drivers need to grab the wheel
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
Inc. listed 1,031, or one every two miles; and Volkswagen Group of America Inc. totaled 260, or one every 57 miles. Tesla Motors Inc. said it did not have any disengagements from autonomous mode. It did not report how many miles its self-driving... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Inside Bay Area / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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FOX News
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
FOX News / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Orange County Register
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpcase, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. A company spo
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Orange County Register / Posted 27 days ago
case, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. A company spokesman did not have immediate comment. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Self-driving cars 'need plenty of human intervention to stay safe'Volkswagen Group of America reported that in one case, it was more than 12 minu
Self-driving cars 'need plenty of human intervention to stay safe'
heraldscotland / Posted 27 days ago
Volkswagen Group of America reported that in one case, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the non-profit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Would you trust a self-driving car? Experts say human help is still neededVolkswagen Group of America reported that in one case, it was more than 12 minu
Would you trust a self-driving car? Experts say human help is still needed
Daily Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
Volkswagen Group of America reported that in one case, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the non-profit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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PhysOrg
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
PhysOrg / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
The Marietta Times / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Lake Placid News
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Lake Placid News / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Self-driving cars still need human help, say expertsVolkswagen Group of America reported that in one case, it was more than 12 minu
Self-driving cars still need human help, say experts
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Volkswagen Group of America reported that in one case, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the non-profit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpincident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safe
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 27 days ago
incident, but believed it was a software glitch that did not affect public safety, and possibly was a false reading. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Futuristic self-driving cars being tested on California roads have needed old-fashioned human interventioncase, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. A company spo
Futuristic self-driving cars being tested on California roads have needed old-fashioned human intervention
Brandon Sun / Posted 27 days ago
case, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. A company spokesman did not have immediate comment. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the non-profit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human helpcase, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. A company spo
In California tests, self-driving cars still need human help
Manila Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
case, it was more than 12 minutes before the person took control. A company spokesman did not have immediate comment. John Simpson, a frequent critic of Google who focuses on privacy issues for the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog, said the... Read more
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