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Daily Telegraph
Gluten and true lies: The wheat wars | Daily Telegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Searc
Gluten and true lies: The wheat wars
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
| Daily Telegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Gluten-free fakers: Why they’re trouble for genuine sufferers “CAN I get that on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Nation Faces Food Insecurityareas over the last three years. Besides rendering farmers in the area jobless
The Nation Faces Food Insecurity
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
areas over the last three years. Besides rendering farmers in the area jobless, some farmers have migrated to new areas in search of farmlands to start new ventures in the rice production industry. About 70 percent of the 270 acre rice farm in... Read more
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Daily Mail
The celebrities who put their figure over their facehelps the appearance and overall health of hair, skin and nails. 'I also recom
The celebrities who put their figure over their face
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
helps the appearance and overall health of hair, skin and nails. 'I also recommend super green powders like spirulina, wheat grass, barley grass or chlorella to help to alkalise the system - an acidic system is not good health wise and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why people are paying $50 for a box of Weet-BixWeet-bix prices in China: why they’re spending $50 a box | Daily Telegraph Sea
Why people are paying $50 for a box of Weet-Bix
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Weet-bix prices in China: why they’re spending $50 a box | Daily Telegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Why Chinese online shoppers are paying $50 for a box of... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Magic out of mould: inside the world’s wildest restaurant | Jordan Kisnerhim on TV or checking his Instagram, which recently featured a picture of what
Magic out of mould: inside the world’s wildest restaurant | Jordan Kisner
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
him on TV or checking his Instagram, which recently featured a picture of what appeared to be two mouldy pellets of Frosted Wheat. It was mycelium growing on a bale of straw, the caption explained, “waiting to be turned into broth before being... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Knowing what to feed your pet is just as important as health carefor your dog, try this recipes

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The New Yorker
The Big Fight Over Fossilsa little farther. The ceiling was spiked with stalactites. On the floor, everyw
The Big Fight Over Fossils
The New Yorker / Posted 4 days ago
a little farther. The ceiling was spiked with stalactites. On the floor, everywhere, was bone. The cavers hadn’t been searching for fossils that day, but they knew someone who would be very eager to see them: a paleoanthropologist named Lee... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Chop Suey Nation: A road trip uncovers the lives behind small-town Chinese-Canadian foodmost isolated place I could imagine – and one of the least diverse. I scoured t
Chop Suey Nation: A road trip uncovers the lives behind small-town Chinese-Canadian food
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
most isolated place I could imagine – and one of the least diverse. I scoured the Internet for more information. An image search revealed one last clue. A photographer from Montreal had visited the restaurant a few years ago, capturing an image of... Read more
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Business Standard India
Bakeys: You can use and eat this innovative cutleryto this goal through automation. His innovation - disposable edible cutlery us
Bakeys: You can use and eat this innovative cutlery
Business Standard India / Posted 5 days ago
to this goal through automation. His innovation - disposable edible cutlery using a combination of sorghum, rice and wheat flour - has a larger objective that can be achieved only if the economics is fully aligned with market dynamics, he... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Tempting kids with picky palatesMacalady, Tim?Fox Families can add French toast to eggs, egg sandwiches, panca
Tempting kids with picky palates
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
Macalady, Tim?Fox Families can add French toast to eggs, egg sandwiches, pancakes, and fruit smoothies in their search for nutritious recipes for picky eaters. Since a traditional breakfast is now served as any meal, French toast is a... Read more
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Medical News Today
What's the Best Bread for People with Diabetes?for 2 cups of flour, ¼ cup of flour can be replaced with ¼ cup of flaxseed meal
What's the Best Bread for People with Diabetes?
Medical News Today / Posted 7 days ago
for 2 cups of flour, ¼ cup of flour can be replaced with ¼ cup of flaxseed meal. Swapping out all-white flour for whole-wheat pastry flour is also a good idea. Once the bread is baked, the glycemic index can be reduced further. People can... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Eat Street: Peruse Penrith for treatsSydney Eat Street: 10 things to eat in Penrith | Daily Telegraph SearchUse key
Eat Street: Peruse Penrith for treats
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Sydney Eat Street: 10 things to eat in Penrith | Daily Telegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website PENRITH is 50km west of Sydney CBD, but its many and varied cafes and other... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Calgary Flames to name Glen Gulutzan head coachand a minor in mathematics. His junior playing career was divided among Moose J
Calgary Flames to name Glen Gulutzan head coach
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
and a minor in mathematics. His junior playing career was divided among Moose Jaw, Brandon and Saskatoon and he joined the Wheat Kings the year after Treliving left the organization as a player. Accordingly, their paths have crossed frequently... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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The Young Witness
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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Western Advocate
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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Kiama Independent
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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Manning River Times
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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The North West Star
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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Daily Liberal
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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The Border Mail
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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The Courier
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfestuse of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted b
8 great Bavarian beer experiences that aren't Munich's Oktoberfest
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
use of herbs, some of them poisonous, in brewing. Economically, it restricted brewing to barley, so that there was enough wheat and rye in the nation to produce bread. Germans, it could be argued, were the original hipsters, craft beer makers... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Woman arrested, accused of stealing mail from apartment complexare still trying to determine why they say a woman stole and rummaged through t
Woman arrested, accused of stealing mail from apartment complex
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
are still trying to determine why they say a woman stole and rummaged through the mail of several apartment tenants on Wheat Street. Columbia Police Department investigators are still trying to determine why they say a woman stole and rummaged... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Firefighter collapses, dies during workout in Lincoln Co.are still trying to determine why they say a woman stole and rummaged through t
Firefighter collapses, dies during workout in Lincoln Co.
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
are still trying to determine why they say a woman stole and rummaged through the mail of several apartment tenants on Wheat Street. Columbia Police Department investigators are still trying to determine why they say a woman stole and rummaged... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Person of Interest: Who is Flames front-runner Glen Gulutzan?and St. Louis incumbent Mike Yeo are just a few of the names that have been lin
Person of Interest: Who is Flames front-runner Glen Gulutzan?
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 10 days ago
and St. Louis incumbent Mike Yeo are just a few of the names that have been linked to the Flames during their calculated search for a new bench boss. The hunt lasted for over a month after the firing of 2015 Jack Adams Trophy winner Bob Hartley... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
For Triple Creek Farm, a struggle to maintain 'land and legacy' in changing timesthe grass, are few in number. The farm began a cropshare seven years ago on 25
For Triple Creek Farm, a struggle to maintain 'land and legacy' in changing times
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
the grass, are few in number. The farm began a cropshare seven years ago on 25 acres, most of which is an expanse of wheat that rolls gently in the winds. Now, 40 acres are dedicated to the cropshare with J. David Mullinix and Sons, a large... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
A world of remarkable choicebusiness plan, she took a P Census workshop at the library and that directed he
A world of remarkable choice
Barrie Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
business plan, she took a P Census workshop at the library and that directed her to locate in Barrie's south-end. "My research showed that people in the south-end spend more outside the home on food. It also showed they spend more money on... Read more
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Daily Mail
Interactive map shows where the world's food comes fromby. Even now, it’s likely that whatever you’re eating has traveled a long way
Interactive map shows where the world's food comes from
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
by. Even now, it’s likely that whatever you’re eating has traveled a long way to get to your plate. In a new study, researchers with the International Center for Tropical Agriculture mapped the origins of crops around the world, creating a... Read more
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Gulf News
Inside story of Facebook’s biggest setbackFacebook at its core.After Zuckerberg landed, he was quickly guided by his advi
Inside story of Facebook’s biggest setback
Gulf News / Posted 11 days ago
Facebook at its core.After Zuckerberg landed, he was quickly guided by his advisers towards the community centre. He saw wheat fields and power lines, and a classroom with children sitting on a dirt floor. The heat warped the horizon. A crowd... Read more
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Gulf News
The inside story of Facebook’s biggest setbackFacebook at its core.After Zuckerberg landed, he was quickly guided by his advi
The inside story of Facebook’s biggest setback
Gulf News / Posted 11 days ago
Facebook at its core.After Zuckerberg landed, he was quickly guided by his advisers towards the community centre. He saw wheat fields and power lines, and a classroom with children sitting on a dirt floor. The heat warped the horizon. A crowd... Read more
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The New Yorker
Miracle Microbes?which he began taking with him on trips to the White Sea, near the Arctic Circl
Miracle Microbes?
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
which he began taking with him on trips to the White Sea, near the Arctic Circle, to study protozoa along the shore—research that could be conducted with minimal state interference. Over time, he grew interested in even smaller, more ancient... Read more
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Weekly Times
For Peat’s sakereturn and take a lot of feeding,” he said, adding that he sources stock from a
For Peat’s sake
Weekly Times / Posted 12 days ago
return and take a lot of feeding,” he said, adding that he sources stock from a stud at Lightning Ridge, after a nat­ional search for quality genetics. “We went with the Dohne because they are a bigger-framed sheep with a plainer body.” He runs... Read more
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The Hindu
Pharma baron helps cure Dhule’s drought woesare classified as below the poverty line (BPL), still has water in its reservoi
Pharma baron helps cure Dhule’s drought woes
The Hindu / Posted 14 days ago
are classified as below the poverty line (BPL), still has water in its reservoirs. Elsewhere, people had to travel far in search of work and sustenance; Dhule’s farmers have enough water to even plant crops before the monsoon. In 2010, the Desh... Read more
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The Morning Call
Chilled treats at Parkside Oasisdoggy ice cream ($3), made from Greek yogurt, peanut butter and bananas; and ho
Chilled treats at Parkside Oasis
The Morning Call / Posted 15 days ago
doggy ice cream ($3), made from Greek yogurt, peanut butter and bananas; and homemade doggy treats ($1.25 each), made from wheat flour, oats, peanut putter, pumpkin, spinach, kale and carrots. The shop, which was converted from a home over the... Read more
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The Sault Star
Fishing for knowledgewhat my partner was calling “a brain bubbler," we might have sought shade. Inst
Fishing for knowledge
The Sault Star / Posted 16 days ago
what my partner was calling “a brain bubbler," we might have sought shade. Instead, we slathered on sunscreen and went in search of walleye in the hot, still, mid-August weather. Word on the street was that the fish were hunkered down in the... Read more
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The Atlantic
Subverting Our New Space Overlordsaccording to James Crawford, CEO of Orbital Insight. The number of ships docked
Subverting Our New Space Overlords
The Atlantic / Posted 17 days ago
according to James Crawford, CEO of Orbital Insight. The number of ships docked at a Malaysian port, even the color of a wheat field in western Nebraska, are actually signs, Crawford explained to me, visible indicators of economic activity, not... Read more
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Evening Standard
The not-so-secret truth about emotional eatingSure, there are many people who still avoid carbs, and, of course, some very vo
The not-so-secret truth about emotional eating
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
Sure, there are many people who still avoid carbs, and, of course, some very vocal factions of anti-eaters (anti-wheat, anti-corn, anti-processed-food-unless-it’s-my-birthday-then-f***-it). But there is only one food issue that everyone... Read more
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examiner.com
The Beers of Summer 2016beers. Luckily most pull it off successfully. Alltech’s Lexington Brewing Co.,
The Beers of Summer 2016
examiner.com / Posted 17 days ago
beers. Luckily most pull it off successfully. Alltech’s Lexington Brewing Co., Lexlington, KY, Kentucky Peach Barrel Wheat Ale, 8%abv. is golden yellow. The nose is filled with vanilla and butterscotch with faint hints of peach. The palate is... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Veggin’ out: Summer saladsat home for yourself or your family or also something to bring to upcoming picn
Veggin’ out: Summer salads
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
at home for yourself or your family or also something to bring to upcoming picnics, holiday gatherings or reunions. In my search, I came across a BuzzFeed article from April 2014 - 28 vegetarian salads that will fill you up. There were so many... Read more
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TribLIVE
How to get a fresh meal on the table without wielding a knifeAsian specialty, far thicker than coconut milk. Do not use cream of coconut, a
How to get a fresh meal on the table without wielding a knife
TribLIVE / Posted 19 days ago
Asian specialty, far thicker than coconut milk. Do not use cream of coconut, a concoction for tiki drinks. Instead, search for coconut cream in Asian markets or online outlets. Or buy 2 cans of full-fat coconut milk. Do not shake them. Set... Read more
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Fortune
Russian Hopes for Iran Trade Boom Run Aground at Caspian Portthat cranes in several sections of the port were standing still because there w
Russian Hopes for Iran Trade Boom Run Aground at Caspian Port
Fortune / Posted 21 days ago
that cranes in several sections of the port were standing still because there was no cargo to move. “Before, we had to search for ships” to carry cargo to Iran because the volume of the trade was so high, said the owner of a grain-exporting... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
When the heat is on, which craft brews are best?both ways. I had this saison side by side with a very good IPA from Modern Time
When the heat is on, which craft brews are best?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 22 days ago
both ways. I had this saison side by side with a very good IPA from Modern Times, and the contrasts were jarring, given my search for a heat wave-friendly beer. The finish was much cleaner and the body far more thirst-quenching than the hoppy and... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Behind Japan's (and America's) ramen obsessionof The Meatball Shop, and Matt Rodbard, author of Koreatown: A Cookbook, dive i
Behind Japan's (and America's) ramen obsession
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 22 days ago
of The Meatball Shop, and Matt Rodbard, author of Koreatown: A Cookbook, dive into the foods they love so much in search of higher meaning, expert advice, and a great bowl of noodles. Or all three. When your friend is opening a new... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Behind Japan's (and America's) ramen obsessionof The Meatball Shop, and Matt Rodbard, author of Koreatown: A Cookbook, dive i
Behind Japan's (and America's) ramen obsession
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 22 days ago
of The Meatball Shop, and Matt Rodbard, author of Koreatown: A Cookbook, dive into the foods they love so much in search of higher meaning, expert advice, and a great bowl of noodles. Or all three. When your friend is opening a new... Read more
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Reuters
Russian hopes for Iran trade boom run aground at Caspian portthat cranes in several sections of the port were standing still because there w
Russian hopes for Iran trade boom run aground at Caspian port
Reuters / Posted 23 days ago
that cranes in several sections of the port were standing still because there was no cargo to move. "Before, we had to search for ships" to carry cargo to Iran because the volume of the trade was so high, said the owner of a grain-exporting... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Portland's 101 best restaurants of 2016a statement of local intent: Oregon sea salt floating in Oregon olive oil soake
Portland's 101 best restaurants of 2016
OregonLive.com / Posted 23 days ago
a statement of local intent: Oregon sea salt floating in Oregon olive oil soaked up by a soft, crusty roll made from Oregon wheat. And what could be more local in Portland, the city Paul McCartney hailed as the most vegan-friendly in the United... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
19 Northern Nigerian States Set to Establish New Bankby Mr. Ganduje's spokesperson, Salihu Yakasai, quoted the chairman as saying th
19 Northern Nigerian States Set to Establish New Bank
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
by Mr. Ganduje's spokesperson, Salihu Yakasai, quoted the chairman as saying the NNDC was also vigorously pursuing the search for oil and gas in the Lake Chad Basin and the Niger-Benue trough, pointing out that a British company had already... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Are we in for another Tragically Hip shakedown when general tickets go on sale Friday?strain of the national character, as much as Alice Munro in books or Bobby Orr
Are we in for another Tragically Hip shakedown when general tickets go on sale Friday?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
strain of the national character, as much as Alice Munro in books or Bobby Orr on skates. With songs such as Bobcaygeon and Wheat Kings, Mr. Downie and Co. told the country a story about itself. All this has heightened the response to an ordeal... Read more
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