Monthly Archives: September 2021

Leading the way – News

Virtual reality is poised to become a central part of the Vernus International School curriculum as the school enters second year with a strong community of parents in Dubai Silicon Oasis. Vernus International School continues to create exciting new ways to apply the rigors of the American curriculum. This year, …

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Dangerous reverse currents cause drowning and numerous rescues along the Jersey coast

Dangerous rip currents on Saturday drowned at least one swimmer and left more than a dozen others in distress on beaches along the New Jersey coast, authorities said. Hot temperatures combined with fewer lifeguards during the waning summer season have created dangerous conditions. The remnants of Tropical Storm Odette, which …

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Reviews | Joe Manchin got the ballot bill he wanted. It’s time to pass it.

Far too many Republicans are the actors in a cynical pantomime: They say the new voting restrictions enacted across the country are designed only to thwart widespread voter fraud, when in reality there is no such thing as widespread fraud and that the purpose of the new restrictions is to …

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Matte stone | SCV water ready for drought, your help is needed

California looks again at the dusty, dry face of drought. Currently, Los Angeles County, including the Santa Clarita Valley, is experiencing “exceptional drought.” Our local precipitation level is on track to be the driest year on record. We’re not alone, as record dry weather has gripped much of California and …

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Saptaanga model, paving the way for the growth of leaders – A leadership conclave for financial experts

The 2nd Financial Freedom and Fellowship Leadership Conference was hosted on September 3-5, 2021 by SSL Academy with the theme “Saptaanga – The Seven Pillars of Leadership” spoke about business success following the post model -pandemic.Mentioning the qualities of rulers with reference to Lord Krishna and Lord Rama in today’s …

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Designer Combines Old and New at Chick-fil-A Downtown Headquarters | Get out

Designer combines old and new at downtown Chick-fil-A headquarters Two red chairs invite all who enter Chick-fil-A’s new downtown headquarters, inviting them to pull a book from the library shelf and stay a while reading by the leather rug. black and white cow. From iconic, self-sufficient rooftop cows to owner …

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Construction of world’s largest LEGO brick construction of F1 car begins in Saudi Arabia

Jeddah – The Saudi Arabian Automobile and Motorcycle Federation (SAMF) – promoter of the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix of Formula 1 – officially launched on Thursday its official attempt to assemble the world’s largest LEGO brick building. a Formula 1 car. Prince Saud Bin Abdullah bin Jalawi, Advisor to …

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Dena Denkler Ryan has witnessed changes in 92 years of living on ‘the avenue’ | Story

Dena Denkler Ryan closed her eyes in a last sleep on August 27, 1961, at the age of 92, in the same house at 606 Mark Twain Avenue where she had lived for about six decades. Outside her windows, the avenue was undergoing changes as she probably never could have …

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WYDOT paving work on I-80 may cause delays

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Maintenance crews from the Wyoming Department of Transportation are scheduled to pave a small section of I-80 starting Monday, weather permitting. Work will begin in the passing lane (left lane) of the eastbound lanes at approximately kilometer post 359.3. Motorists can expect lane closures, reduced speed limits …

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Liberty aims to slow ODU running attack which can put defense under ‘stress’ | LU Sports

If Davis isn’t able to go, Blake Watson and Jon-Luke Peaker will likely get the majority of the shots in the back run. However, the offensive look will be tailored to the strengths of quarterback DJ Mack Jr. Mack rushed for 57 yards and three scores against Hampton. “I think …

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