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  1. SA Twitter jokes about deadly DineoRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Mail & Guardian

    South Africans have reacted to the country's brush with tropical cyclone Dineo with humour. While the storm was lashing Mozambique they used the hashtag #ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer to share jokes about Dineo.

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  2. Letter: Many humane options exist for managing beaversRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Langley Times

    Melissa Oakes' children, Ruby, 5, and Finley, 8, joined Earth Rangers along with 100,000 other children across Canada. Their art project involved learning about the beaver, including speaking with a First Nations elder about the hardworking rodent that has lately found itself at the centre of controversy.

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  3. Aeroflot Allegedly Discriminated Against 'Old, Ugly' Flight AttendantsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | MSN Living

    When running an airline, it's important to treat your flight attendants with class, sophistication and decency. Or, you could always do what Aeroflot just purportedly did.

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  4. 's Mail Time Review: Prey SwimRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Coast Magazine

    Being Orange County's leading luxury lifestyle magazine means we get a lot of mailed items "over the transom" . Everything from local businesses to national companies send us new products to consider.

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  5. On Being a Programmer: A ReplyRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Code Project

    This started out as a comment to John Simmons' "Being a Programmer," but it grew so large, it became its own article. Lord, grant me the serenity to accept that there are some things I just can't keep up with, the determination to keep up with the things I must keep up with, and the wisdom to find a good RSS feed from someone who keeps up with what I'd like to, but just don't have the damn bandwidth to handle right now.

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  6. Europe is starting to get serious about defenceRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Economist

    THE triceratops had a gentle existence that belied its fierce appearance, keeping to itself and maintaining a strict vegetarian diet. But in his neglected classic , Edgar Rice Burroughs conjured the Gryf, a horrifying dagger-toothed descendant of the three-horned dinosaur that roamed the African plains and snacked on the locals.

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  7. Bob Tamasy: It's There Just Bubbling Below The SurfaceRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

    Remember the theme song of the classic TV comedy, "The Beverly Hillbillies"? It told how Jed Clampett and his family struck it rich on their homestead: "And up through the ground come a bubblin' crude.

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  8. Can we get rid of Trump? Probably notRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    We're just a month into the Trump presidency, and already so many are wondering: How can we end it? One poll from Public Policy Polling found that as many Americans - 46 percent - favor impeachment of President Donald Trump as oppose it. Ladbrokes, the betting website, offers even odds that Trump will resign or leave office through impeachment before his term ends.

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  9. South Korean government asks Dong district to move Busan 'comfort women' statueRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    The South Korean Foreign Ministry has sent an official letter to a district office in Busan asking that a contentious statue symbolizing the women forced into Imperial Japanese military brothels before and during the war be removed from its spot outside the Japanese Consulate, a ministry spokesman said Thursday. "The Foreign Ministry has repeated the position the location of a statue .

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  10. Self-display: no way to shineRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | On An Overgrown Path

    That wisdom comes from Stephen Addiss and Stanley Lombardo's purist translation of Lao-Tzu's Tao Te Ching , a slim and sagacious volume which is a salutary reminder that quality is more important than quantity. This copyrighted material is included as "fair use" for critical analysis only, and will be removed at the request of the copyright owner.

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  11. Government demands to know why Ballarat power was threatened in favour of NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Courier

    Ballarat was one of the regional cities that faced losing power during the recent eastern Australian heatwave so that NSW could avoid power cuts. Now the State Government wants to know why The Victorian government is demanding the operator of Australia's main electricity grid explain how some regional centres including Ballarat came close to losing electricity during the recent extreme heatwave to ensure NSW avoided power outages.

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  12. Tooth DecayRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Free Dictionary

    Dental caries , also known as tooth decay or a cavity , is an infection , bacterial in origin, that causes demineralization and destruction of the hard tissues , usually by production of acid by bacterial fermentation of the food debris accumulated on the tooth surface. If demineralization exceeds saliva and other remineralization factors such as from calcium and fluoridated toothpastes, these once hard tissues progressively break down, producing dental caries .

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  13. Are more teeth decaying since fluoridation in Juneau ended? Dentists seem to think so.Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | KTOO-TV Juneau

    Juneau grappled with the question over fluoridation a decade ago and people's views remain the same today as they were 10 years ago. "We're now in the United States at over 70 years of community water fluoridation with levels of fluoride in the water," said Brad Whistler, Alaska's top dental officer.

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  14. Bendigo faced power cuts to ensure NSW made it through big heatwaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bendigo Advertiser

    It was a case of Bendigo and Ballarat losing electricity or maintaining supplies to the most populous state, NSW. Photo: Glenn Campbell As NSW suffered through its record-breaking heatwave this month, with power supplies stretched to breaking point, the head of Australia's main electricity grid faced a choice: keep the airconditioning running in Sydney, or keep the lights on in Victoria.

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  15. "Smelling the Barn": The Pursuit of an Unsupported Speed Record on the Appalachian TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    "You know those moments when you feel something big is about to happen? Like when you are cresting the top of a rollercoaster or when you are finishing packing the car to move somewhere new? There is this eerie excitement in the air. Your heart beats and you can't help but smile.

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  16. Meet Your New Main Squeeze, The Liquid Lipstick EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Refinery 29

    A minimalist makeup bag is not for everyone, and sometimes Marie Kondo -ing your beauty routine is highly overrated. Just accept it; you'll never be happy whittling down your 100+ lipstick collection to one red and one nude.

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  17. Full Sail, pFriem, Fish Brewing, etc.: The CDA Emerges from DarknessRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The common wisdom has it that the CDA - as we Hip Beer Geeks call it - is simply a Black IPA. That's generally true but not at all specifically true, any more than it's true that an APA is the same thing as a NWPA .

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  18. National Christian freshman Elizabeth Martino is a top-30 national recruit in her classRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    National Christian guard Elizabeth Martino is the No. 25 recruit in the Class of 2020, according to ESPN.

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  19. The tyranny of a breast is bestaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Spiked

    Medical staff at a hospital in Kirklees raised concerns after overhearing the father express 'unorthodox views about the need for sterilisation of bottles and the benefits of formula milk'. Kirklees Council went to court and, without notifying the family, procured an order to take the child into emergency care before he was discharged from hospital.

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  20. A Dividend ETF On The RiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Benzinga

    Nearly 250 exchange-traded funds hit all-time highs on Tuesday. Included in that group were a slew of dividend ETFs, perhaps a sign that although financial markets are expecting the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates this year, the case for dividend-paying stocks remains firm.

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