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Online grocers come up trumps in e-commerce boom
Put off by snarled city traffic and a shortage of parking, more Indians are shopping for groceries online, helping e-tailers like Bigbasket.com and Localbanya.com turn in profits while supermarkets...
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Cluttered homes a source of stress for Singaporea...
SINGAPORE: A cluttered home is a major source of stress for homeowners in Singapore, a survey has found. The survey, conducted by self-storage company Extra Space, found that 88 per cent of people in...
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Flash in the Pan
The lowly mussel is making a comeback lately, for many good reasons. Mussels are tasty, cheap and virtually guilt free—an increasingly rare quality among animal proteins. The environmental...
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Farmers’ savvy extends beyond their fields
It had been a long day working on the farm, and Andy Griffin asked me if I was hungry. Without a break, I had already worked more hours than I normally do in a day. I was trying to hide the fact that...
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Failure to Declare Harvest Worries Officer
Kanye — Failure by farmers to declare farm produce makes it difficult for extension officers to give a true reflection of annual production across the country. The inconsistency may to a greater...
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Master Gardener - Evergreens shed in fall but on ...
People enjoy seeing the reds, yellows, purples, browns, oranges and golds as deciduous tree leaves change color and drop in preparation for winter. We understand and expect the leaves on our maple,...
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Israeli Companies 'Aiding Post-Soviet Central Asi...
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev (R) and his Uzbek counterpart Islam Karimov attend an official welcome ceremony for the visiting Uzbek leader, in Astana, the capital of KazakhstanGetty...
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A Look At The Most Popular Bitcoin Exchanges
... informed person needs to know about Bitcoin because it might to be one of the world’s most important developments.” ~ Leon Louw, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Bitcoin exchanges are an integral...
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Explosion at fuels plant in western Wisconsin fel...
LA CROSSE, Wis. — An explosion and fire in a storage silo at a western Wisconsin fuels plant was extinguished Wednesday after firefighters prevented the flames from spreading to other tanks. The...
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
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LDS Church service missionaries involved in their...
In an effort to document the history of LDS Church service in Italy, Elder Lorenzo Semadeni and his wife, Sister Virginia Semadeni, have started what they call “The Italian Project.” The Semadenis...
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Toyota Ushers in the Future with the Mirai Fuel C...
Toyota Ushers in the Future with the Mirai Fuel Cell Car Toyota will launch its all-new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in Japan1 on 15 December, before introducing it in the UK and other selected...
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M-Files Survey Finds Nearly 50% Of Employees Are ...
Over 70% Employees Do Not Have or Know of Corporate File Sharing Policies M-Files Corporation, a provider of solutions that dramatically improve how enterprises manage documents and other...
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Where do ski resorts get their water to make snow?
From the Ask Joe file, one of our viewers has a question about ski resorts and snow making. Bill Hague wrote in to say that given our current water shortage, how is it okay to make all that snow at...
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Cards-N-Time: Grain Elevators-I
Dotted across the landscape of Oklahoma are 200 mammoth grain elevators of which 160 are concrete—the largest structures in almost every one of the towns and cities in which they are located. Most of...
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Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Man dies in sewer treasure hunt
Durban - A television documentary probably piqued a man’s interest to go on a treasure hunt in a sewerage pipe - a dangerous and sometimes deadly exercise. Unfortunately, the 45-year-old man never...
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With No Power, Tuluksak Residents Scramble to Sav...
With No Power, Tuluksak Residents Scramble to Save Meat After a week without power, a backup generator is scheduled to arrive in Tuluksak Friday. But families have already lost hundreds of pounds of...
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Countdown to Thanksgiving
It’s almost here again—my granddaughter’s favorite holiday, Thanksgiving! Plan ahead so the cook can enjoy the feast too. Here’s a timetable which helps me stay on track. Clean out your fridge;...
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How I got this photo: Black bear hibernates in ab...
My friend and I were on a late-fall grouse hunt when we stumbled upon this unusual black bear den. When we entered the woods, shotguns in hand, the temperature was just above zero. The sun was...
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Gone Gardenin' - Proper storage helps ensure fres...
Carrots will still be crisp and firm come early spring. When I tell people at this time of year that we are still eating fresh vegetables from our garden, they often don’t believe me. They naturally...
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Arts Feature: A crash course in UC Davis’s sculpt...
On the UC Davis campus, public art is more than just a part of the scenery. Art unifies the campus, inspires myth among the student body and is the result of some very rich history. The majority of...
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