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Tractor Supply hosts nationwide farmer’s market

BRENTWOOD, TEN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On Saturday, October 1st, Tractor Supply, the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, is hosting a statewide Farmers’ Market to showcase the talent and produce of local farmers, growers, artisans, artisans and other producers in the community. The community is invited to shop and explore homemade …

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The construction of the record-breaking Atlassian HQ hybrid wooden tower | from SHoP starts news

anchor Image courtesy of Dexus SHoP has begun work on the 39-story Australian Atlassian HQ project, which will eventually hold the title of the world’s tallest hybrid timber tower upon completion in 2026. The project for local Sydney developer Dexus combines solid wood elements with …

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HOBART autumn exhibition shows “Art in the local landscape”

POLISHED STONE BENCHES”: This work by Steven Snyder is featured in the HOBART Fall 2022 exhibition “Art In The Native Landscape” running September 24-25 and October 1-2 from 11am-5pm at Steinbeiser’s Farm , 718 County, seen is 519 Street, Frenchtown. The HOBART Fall 2022 Art Show will feature some of …

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Global Healthcare BI Market Trends, Impact of Covid-19 and

DUBLIN, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Added the Healthcare BI Market- Growth, Trends, Covid-19 Impact, And Forecasts (2022-2027) report ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The Healthcare Business Intelligence (BI) Market is expected to register a CAGR of 13.1% during the forecast period (2022-2027). The COVID-19 outbreak shows the impact of public health …

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This 35-year-old makes six figures gardening and teaching others about plants – NBC 7 San Diego

Kevin Espiritu doesn’t believe in having a green thumb. He believes that anyone can learn to garden with the right tips and tools. Espiritu is the founder and CEO of Epic gardening. It is a one stop shop for a wide range of plant lovers, from those looking for it …

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Using Same Day Installment Loans Online From Direct Lenders

If you are looking for money, it means you are having some kind of difficulty. Have you ever considered taking out same day installment loans from online direct lenders? It can be a reasonable solution to the critical financial situation. You can refer to a direct lender or you can …

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Former primary opponent supports Kevin Marino Cabrera for the Miami-Dade Commission

Kevin Marino Cabreras Campaign for the Miami-Dade Commission just received endorsement from one of his former primary opponents. Entrepreneur on Monday Dariel Fernandez announced that he was backing Cabrera in a two-way race for the District 6 seat on the county commission. Fernandez, a fellow Republican who owns and operates …

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Boutique Palm Beach attracts developers

Plans for a nine-story apartment tower a block from Palm Beach, with arches to rival the Leaning Tower of Pisa, have been submitted to Gold Coast City Council. The 9,000-square-foot lot at 1199 Gold Coast Highway would give way to an aging brick condominium complex for a 23-unit high-rise on …

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Impending hospital closures are shaking Atlanta’s healthcare landscape

Like many neighborhoods in cities across the country, Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward is changing. Condominiums and modern, minimalist homes punctuate city blocks with low-income housing. Many longtime residents of the historic neighborhood where Martin Luther King Jr. was born were priced out and pushed to other parts of the city. …

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Born in Seattle and still here, Therm-a-Rest celebrates 50 years of warm nights under the stars

It all started with a garden cushion and a sandwich press. In the early 1970s, three Seattle engineers and backpackers rushed with ideas to start a new company. Two had recently been fired during the Boeing bust while the other was still working for Lazy B. They all had one …

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Stock Market Sell-Off: Is Home Depot a Buy?

Economists may have been surprised by the rise in inflation in August because they were primarily looking at sharply falling energy costs. But consumers knew it still cost them more to put food on the table and buy clothes, cars and medicines. So-called core costs rose nearly 7% for the …

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Tony G. Lopes – Turlock Journal

Tony G. Lopes was born on December 18, 1938 in Hilmar, California to John and Virginia Lopes. He lived in Hilmar until he was drafted into the US Army and enlisted in the 101st Airborne. In 1969 he married the love of his life, Jeannie Valle. They have been blessed …

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Neurotic in Paradise: Capitalist Hangover on a ‘Red’ Greek Island | tourism

A few years ago, during a brutal winter in Bosnia, I first learned of the existence of the remote Greek island of Ikaria. Before the pandemic, Sarajevo was one of my regular stops as I lived a life of frenetic international wandering, avoiding permanent residence and, more importantly, avoiding my …

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US consumer watchdog plans to regulate ‘buy now, pay later’ companies

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Sep 15 (Reuters) – The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) plans to start regulating “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) companies like Klarna and Affirm Holdings (AFRM.O) amid concerns Funding related to their fast-growing products are hurting consumers, the agency said …

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Sanitary sewer cleaning, inspections September 19-24

Residents on the streets listed below can see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. The work crews wear high-visibility vests and appropriate identification. Certain conditions may cause this schedule to change. West Hickman 5 Council Districts 3 and 5 Ashland Ter Cassidy Ave Chenault Rd Chevy Chase Pl Chevy Chase …

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Shaping the campus of the future

Development of the Comprehensive Campus Plan (CCP) is underway – a living document that informs how campus space can be used to support the growing and changing campus community for the next 10 years and beyond. The last update of the campus master plan by the institute was completed in …

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Tenable Stock: Undervalued Leader With $25 Billion TAM (NASDAQ:TENB)

Liudmila Chernetska Tenable Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:NASDAQ:TENB) is a leading cybersecurity company that helps organizations assess and protect their “cyber exposure”. The cybersecurity industry is forecast to grow at over 18% CAGR through 2027 and reach its reach valued at $298 billion by the end of the period. Tenable recently reported …

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Harness the bounty of your garden for these September Colorado dinner recipes – The Denver Post

Part of the sweetness of summer is that we have to let it go. But you can view this inevitability as a triumph, not a tragedy. In Colorado, summer is short enough that cantaloupe season almost overlaps with pumpkins and roasted chiles, and cold squalls are often followed by warm, …

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Mandatory human rights due diligence – what does this mean for companies in the international construction industry? | Koenig & Spalding

A new wave of binding human rights due diligence legislation is coming into force across Europe. It goes far beyond existing reporting requirements, e.g. under the UK or Australia Modern Slavery Acts, and will require companies operating in Europe and beyond to take concrete steps to identify and address human …

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Virtual meeting to discuss possible future of Friendship Park

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Dozens of members of the Friends of Friendship Park group and others gathered online Monday to discuss what they would like to see with Friendship Park in the South Bay after the federal government suspended a plan to repair the Border wall near the park. James …

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Lessons learned in 2020 helped Oregon avoid another fire disaster

Oregon’s 2020 wildfire season destroyed more than 4,000 homes and burned through 1.1 million acres. Nine people died. Most of the devastation happened over a 72-hour period over a horrific Labor Day weekend. Fires spread quickly, fueled by wind and dry weather, and many residents fled the blazes without notice. …

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Much more is to come for LIR members

Learning in Retirement Members love to learn and keep busy, so the Educational Travel Committee, Curriculum Committee and clubs work to meet their needs. If you’re planning to travel in September and are interested in the many things St. Louis has to offer, then register for The Best of St. …

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Historic Ann Oliver House in New Paltz to be converted into black history/culture center – Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, NY – Plans are underway to restore the historic Ann Oliver House, built by New Paltz Black carpenter Jacob Wynkoop in the 19th century to house Dr. Margaret Wade-Lewis Black History Research and Cultural Center. Esi Lewis, attorney and board member of New Paltz Town, serves as custodian …

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Green and Pleasant: 10 Best Places to Stay near Lush Gardens in the UK | Travel

Big Dixter, Rye, Sussex Fans of the great garden writer Christopher Lloyd will know his home here as a place of pilgrimage. It was conceived 100 years ago in collaboration with architect Lutyens, whose stone and tile frames give each garden ‘space’ its own dynamic. A fanfare of flowers, leaves …

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Risk Management Advisory Market Booms Globally with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Aon, Marsh – InsuranceNewsNet

New Jersey, USA — (SBWIRE) — 09/10/2022 — The latest study published on Global Risk Management Consulting Market by AMA research evaluates market size, trend and forecast to 2027. The risk management consultancy The market study encompasses key research data and evidence to be a practical resource document for managers, …

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Tropical Gardening: Fires and record temperatures in Europe are taking their toll

We travel in Europe and see the effects of climate change. Record heat, fires and the other extreme of flooding remind us of our little paradise, Hawaii. Environmental protection, native species, global warming, air quality and industrial pollution are popular topics in almost every conversation these days. We are concerned …

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Free rides increase to Pa. turnpike

The amount of annual uncollected tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike has increased nearly 50 percent in the past year, according to an Associated Press report. A new government review is urging the Turnpike Commission to address the issue and make changes to improve its finances. According to the AP report, …

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Awash With Nature: Six Homes That Will Let You Revel In The Elements

like the days As we get longer and the temperature begins to rise, our appetite to engage with nature grows. Celebrating the beginning of spring and its promise of warmth and regeneration, we’re restoring six homes that are beautifully designed to engage with the outside world—especially when bathing and showering. …

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The report notes changes in Oklahoma’s employment landscape

In recent years, Oklahoma’s energy and energy services industry has seen a decline in job numbers. (file photo) Oklahoma currently employs about 1.7 million people, about the same number as in 2019 when the pandemic began, but career paths for many have changed due to changes in various industries, perhaps …

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Design, planting and styling tips

When the weather permits, there’s nothing quite like relaxing under a pretty vine-covered pergola and putting your feet up, so it’s no wonder the search for ‘pergola roof ideas’ has skyrocketed during lockdown. But we haven’t reached the pinnacle of pergola yet. Furniture brand Harbor Lifestyle said its pergola sales …

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New children’s exhibit in the works at Imua Discovery Garden in Wailuku

The Doseum is a children’s museum and science center in Texas. Photo Courtesy: The Doseum The team from Doseum Design Studios of San Antonio, Texas has come to Maui to help design a new children’s exhibit at Imua Discovery Garden in Wailuku. The DoSeum is a children’s museum and science …

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Architect Lawrence Scarpa will give a keynote at LightSPEC West

Great architects know that light is a powerful force in design. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe said, “Visual truth lies in the structure of light.” Steven Holl believed that “a building speaks through the stillness of perception orchestrated by light”. And Le Corbusier left us with the majestic phrase: “Architecture …

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Faribault County Hears Update From DNR | News, Sports, Jobs

BLUE EARTH — Members of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) attended Tuesday’s Faribault County Board of Commissioners meeting to review the department’s activities in the county. “Our mission is to work with Minnesotans to conserve and steward the state’s natural resources, provide outdoor recreational opportunities, and …

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wine bar, garden center, café open; Motel closes in Wytheville | community

Several Tazewell Street businesses make headlines this week. A local hotel has also closed its doors. Teresa Campbell, owner of Petals of Wytheville, is expanding her business to include a wine bar. The Petals Wine Bar offers gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, cheese, fruit, salads and soup along with a selection …

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BBB study finds payday loan companies thrive amid uneven laws and stolen data – InsuranceNewsNet

As consumers lost their jobs and struggled to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, many have turned to payday loans and other short-term solutions, with an increase in solutions in line. This has not only allowed predatory lenders to thrive – many borrowers still face exorbitant interest rates and …

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Fall craft fairs are scheduled for venues in Auburn and South Paris in October

LOVE SUN PLACES: West Auburn Congregational Church is hosting its annual Fall Sales Fair on Saturday, October 1 from 9am to 2pm. It includes a variety of craft vendors, a bake sale and a take-away packed lunch. The Church at 811 West Auburn Road. For more information or to rent …

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City Council decides on new Pleasanton cricket pitch site | news

Pleasanton City Council will finalize the site for a new cricket pitch at Ken Mercer Sports Park during Tuesday’s council meeting. City officials are recommending one of three proposed locations for the field based on feedback from community and sports organizations provided to the Parks and Recreation Commission at its …

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How hospitals can fix vulnerabilities in medical devices

Hospitals rely heavily on medical devices and Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices to provide quality patient care and improve outcomes. With an average of 10-15 medical devices per bed in a US hospital, a 1,000-bed hospital could have as many as 15,000 medical devices to manage. Unfortunately, with the …

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New BBB study reveals payday scams and predatory lending

FRESNO — As consumers lost their jobs and struggled to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, many have turned to payday loans and other short-term solutions, with an increase in solutions on line. This has not only allowed predatory lenders to thrive – many borrowers still face exorbitant interest …

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City Acquires Landscaping Contract | news

LANCASTER – Van Nuys-based Parkwood Landscape Maintenance Inc. will maintain the City of Lancaster’s landscaping in good condition under a two-year contract with the City for approximately $1.86 million in landscape maintenance services. The contract is valid from September to August 2023. The second year of the contract, from September …

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Outdoors in Maine: Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine is a leader in protecting wildlife enclosures

On August 23, David Trahan, Executive Director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, was a guest speaker at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer at a Deer Yard Forum hosted by some Republican Legislative candidates from the Bangor area. Gerry Lavigne, a retired state deer biologist and wildlife consultant for SAM, joined …

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Oregon Zoo Education Center / Opsis Architecture

Oregon Zoo Education Center / Opsis Architecture © Christian Columbres + 16 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/988188/oregon-zoo-education-center-opsis-architecture area area of ​​this architectural project Area : 20000 sqft Year Year of completion of this architectural project Year : 2016 photographs Manufacturer Brands with products used in this …

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The garden is a place to restore and ground us and to nourish our spirit

NINETEENTH-CENTURY POET Minnie Aumonier once wrote, “When the world grows weary and society ceases to please, there is still the garden.” It turns out that slightly insidious sentiment etched on countless gardening mugs and Pinterest boards is rooted in a deeper truth revealed by Sue Stuart-Smith, a UK-based psychiatrist, psychotherapist, …

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Angry Australian Customer Calls Cigno Loans

It looks like payday loan company Cigno has another angry customer. “There’s nothing I can do about it, I just have to watch my accounts get taken out,” client Blaise Giuliani said. A topical matter. “I was going through financial issues. My partner and I had just moved to another …

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Emma Webster reinvents landscape painting with VR technology – ARTnews.com

Emma Webster is not a landscape painter, but a landscape painter. The differentiation is subtle but significant, the nuance suggesting that the British-American artist’s paintings are imaginative collages depicting their own ecosystems, separate from what we might see out of a window. Though recognizable shapes (trees, caves, flowers) abound, the …

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Pittsburgh’s Community Impact project is improving space for family homes

Five companies and their employees who donated their rental expertise, equipment and labor completed the Community Impact Program’s latest project at the Family House in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, July 20. The project – another joint effort by the ARA Foundation and The Toro Company Foundation – focused on furnishing and …

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DIY plant markers for your garden, flower pots and seedlings

Plant markers can be a lifesaver, especially if you’re new to gardening or have planted so much this year you can’t remember what you planted where. When you buy plants from nurseries, they often come with a little plant marker that tells you all sorts of useful things. You can …

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Mobile Sports Bettors Show Gre

CHICAGO, Aug. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Amid rising inflation and its impact on consumers’ personal savings rates, TransUnion (:TRU) has conducted new research examining the financial situation and behaviors of consumers who engage in mobile sports betting. Research found that more than half (54%) of mobile sports bettors earn …

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The company teaches landscapers how to build backyard ponds

For many there is nothing quite like relaxing in a backyard garden and listening to the water lapping over a small waterfall. “We did a survey and the number one reason people wanted a water feature was the sound,” said Jennifer Zuri of Aquascape. Imagine taking a dip in a …

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25 Cannon Street, EC4 – Redux

A renovated pocket park recently opened near St. Paul’s Cathedral and now features a large, polished reflection pond that allows photographers to see the cathedral reflected in the still water. That’s the theory at least, but what about during a heatwave when all the water features are off? Well, you …

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Namibia: Community collects N$ 129,000 from Devil’s Claw

A TOTAL of 186 parishioners in the Mpungu constituency in the Kavango East region have raised over N$129,000 from the sale of devil’s claw, a plant native to southern Africa that has historically been used to treat pain, liver and kidney problems, fever and malaria . It has also been …

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The Guardian tries to call off the gardening

reaction 07:00 One writer claims that the term carries cultural baggage through Peter Frankline An urban farmer From time to time, The guard Surpasses Himself – published a random satire on himself. No section of paper (or observer Sunday incarnation) is immune. Not even the garden side. Which brings me …

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Wadena’s new library to open in October – Wadena Pioneer Journal

WADENA – The most frequently asked question at the Wadena library these days is probably not where to find the fiction department, but everyone wants to know how long before moving to the new library. Of course, no one wants this to happen sooner than Wadena Library staff, including Branch …

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Lake Wakatipu Garden wins top landscape award

A distinctive Lake Wakatipu landscape that embraces native plants and supports local wildlife has won top honors in the New Zealand Landscapes of Distinction Awards. The awards were presented in Auckland on Saturday night and the garden on a property in Mt Creighton won the top award. The garden was …

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Back to school items that are better for the environment

A new school year brings the excitement of new teachers, new friends, and new learning opportunities. It also comes with another shopping list for school supplies. If you’re trying to start a more environmentally responsible household or encouraging your children to adopt sustainable practices themselves, look at the back-to-school season …

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Mike Copeland: Summary of Planning Permission; neighborhood purchase; biscuits for insomnia; Stellar Service Splits | Local business news

Without a scorecard, it would be difficult to keep track of all the million-dollar building permits that local cities have issued over the past few weeks. Topping the list is Baylor University’s remodeling of Collins Hall on South Eighth Street at an estimated cost of $28.5 million. AstenJohnson, an industrial …

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This simple hack will save your houseplants while you’re on vacation

Keeping houseplants happy and healthy is easier said than done. You need to find the ideal lighting, temperature, and potting situation, and make sure you water them at the right intervals. And if your plants start to droop or turn brown, you’ll need to make adjustments to get them back …

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UAM Forestry Student Scholarship

The Forestry Department of the Arkansas Department of Agriculture and the University of Arkansas at Monticello named Pryce Jones a recipient of the 2022 Foresters for the Future Scholarship. The scholarship provides $4,000 per semester for four years to a prospective freshman pursuing a degree in forestry from UAM’s College …

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6 new highlights at Fort Canning Park, from the interactive Heritage Gallery to the expanded Spice Garden

FORT CANNING BOOK A book produced by NParks entitled Fort Canning Park: Heritage & Gardens has been published. It documents the history and design concept of the park’s nine landscaped gardens. There are also various stories and facts about the park’s fauna, monuments and objects, and buildings. It can be …

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How stag beetles enrich a rooftop ecosystem in London

Up to 70mm long and with antler-like jaws, the stag beetle Lucanus cervus is the largest beetle living in Britain and the largest land insect in Europe. Its larvae are no less impressive: they grow to 11 cm in length over a four-year period and feed on decaying trees, which …

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The ancient seismic design of the Himalayas

In 1905, a deadly earthquake shook the landscape of Himachal Pradesh, an Indian state in the western Himalayas. Stable-looking concrete structures toppled like houses of cards. The only surviving buildings were in towns where residents had used an ancient, traditional Himalayan building technique known as cath kuni. On a warm …

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Calsense’s new H2OMICS podcast offers insights into smart irrigation and sustainability

The smart irrigation pioneer’s podcast aims to demystify water conservation issues and educate listeners on how to tackle them CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA., August 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amid the “mega drought” affecting the western United States and in addition, a newly launched podcast from smart irrigation innovator Calsense brings clarity to …

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Summary of 4-H news for August 25, 2022

STRASBURG, Ohio — On July 31, the Happy Harvesters 4-H Club launched a new Cloverbud Night hosted by the officers and some older youth. There were six different stations: cooking, learning vows and motto, gardening, fishing, exploring polar science, and scrapbooking. The purpose of the evening was to let the …

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Living in Limbo |

Photographer Holly Wilder was over the moon when she was approved for a first-floor apartment at the Siler Yard Arts + Creativity Center, but the high quickly fell to a deep low. She and other neighbors noticed a number of problems with humidity and noise, and when they went to …

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How the world’s ‘spongiest’ city is coping with flooding

The team mapped the proportions of gray (concrete and buildings), green (vegetation), and blue (ponds and streams) in the seven cities using geographic information systems (GIS), satellite imagery, and machine learning. These maps were then combined with information about soil types and runoff potential to determine each city’s natural absorbency. …

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9 Same Day Personal Loans | fox business

Our goal at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, hereafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are our own. If you …

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Thousands of smart security cameras exposed online

Thousands of surveillance cameras (opens in new tab) are still vulnerable to an old exploit, and if companies don’t apply the fix, they risk Russian hackers taking over their endpoints and stealing their data. According to cybersecurity researchers from CYFIRMA, the cameras in question are from Hikvision, one of the …

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New Jersey Deli named one of the top “Jewish Delis” in America

The highly respected Food website TastingTable.com voted an iconic New Jersey deli as one of the top 20 Jewish delis in America. As Hobby’s Deli weathered the COVID-19 pandemic and a major fire, it’s an incredible honor to be triumphantly reopened. Formerly known as Hobby’s Delicatessen and Restaurant, they have …

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What are Christmas loans? – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. From vacation trips to gifts under the tree, Christmas costs can add up quickly. If you’re feeling strapped for cash, you may be considering a loan to …

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WORK FOR SEALING MANURE STARTS THIS WEEK

Aug 22, 2022 3:20 am Mud sealing work begins this week on several streets in the city of Roseburg. A press release from the city said the maintenance will extend the life of just over two miles of roads. Vehicle owners must remove their vehicles from sections of road designated …

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Arts District could get Studio Hub

East End Capital has applied to the City of Los Angeles Urban Planning Department for a 15-acre studio complex in the Arts District. When complete, the $800 million project will be a 720,400 square foot content production campus with sound stages. The proposed ADLA campus in the East End at …

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The market for digital trading platforms is growing impressively

DUBAI, UAE, Aug. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The digital trading platform market is sure to witness phenomenal growth CAGR of 12.6% on a global scale and is estimated to grow from a valuation of $3.41 billion in 2022 $7.85 billion until 2029. In 2021, digital commerce platforms accounted for …

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Atlantic City area readers are submitting cell phone photos of their favorite foods

Our wonderful readers have come through once again. We asked you to submit photos from your phone showing some of your favorite dishes. We have determined that your photographed meals can be homemade or a meal enjoyed at a favorite restaurant. It is with great pleasure that we put together …

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California Bill could make fast-food chains liable for labor law violations

Fast food workers gather in front of the State Capitol in Sacramento, urging lawmakers to pass AB 257. Photo by Rahul Lal for CalMatters California lawmakers are considering a fast-food law this month that would significantly transform the relationship between restaurant workers and the business chains whose products they sell. …

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What Happened to Shane McMahon’s WWE Attitude Era Stooges?

Never walk down a dark alley in the “mean streets” of Greenwich, Connecticut. No one dares cross paths with the menacing clutches of the Mean Street Posse, a trio unit led by Shane McMahon who wreaked havoc along the way WWE‘s attitude era. Comprised of Pete Gas, Rodney, and Joey …

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Montrose-based plant shop Dirt Bag is growing community

Jessica Cohen has her roots in plants. Combining her knowledge of tropical vegetation from her mother’s Colombian heritage with her knowledge of desert vegetation from her father’s Mexican roots, she said she could combine plants with people. Cohen owns and operates Dirt Bag, a Montrose-based plant shop that sells plants, …

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Bill Milner Obituary | construction industry

My friend Bill Milner, who died at the age of 76 from mesothelioma caused by asbestos, worked in the construction industry in the 1970’s and 80’s. Bill had a hard life. He was admitted into community foster care in 1954 when he was eight years old along with his younger …

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The UH team presents a new vision for the Port of Ala Wai

(Image credit: UHCDC) A redesigned Port of Ala Wai is part of a new vision plan developed by the University of Hawaii Community Design Center (UHCDC). The proof-of-concept planning and design services offered by UHCDC provided the state hawaii Department of Boating and Marine Recreation (DOBOR) with concept options for …

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Bring a beach party vibe to your back garden

It’s the time of year when we return from summer vacation rejuvenated and refreshed. and most of the time we wish we could bring some of that happy holiday cheer home with us. Or – thanks to airport chaos and Covid fears – we have given up the idea of …

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Rise in unplanned pharmacy closures in Midlothian ‘very dangerous’, says MSP

Craig Hoy, a Conservative MSP for southern Scotland, is concerned about the closure of pharmacies in Midlothian. Latest figures obtained by The Pharmacists’ Defense Association from NHS Lothian show that there were at least 299 unplanned pharmacy closures in Lothian between January and May 2022. 96 per cent of these …

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Architectus-designed community reaches completion | architecture design

Architectus, along with Cbus Property, Hutchinson Builders and Arcadia Landscape Architecture, are celebrating the completion of The Langston, a 462-unit mixed-use skyscraper in Epping, north-west Sydney. In addition to the apartments, the district includes a two-story retail podium and an adjacent 2,750-square-foot vibrant central public plaza. Architectus studied the wind …

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Magnolia Park opens new Eco Education Center building

August 15, 2022 community work Nearly 100 visitors recently came to Orange County Parks and Recreation’s Magnolia Park to celebrate the addition of new facilities on the east shore of Lake Apopka. Mayor Jerry L. Demings, District 2 Commissioner Christine Moore and other officials cut the ribbon on August 8, …

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Iraq’s Garden of Eden Now ‘Like a Desert’

Huwaizah Marshes, Iraq — To feed and cool his buffaloes, Hashem Gassed must traverse 10 kilometers (6 miles) of sun-scorched land in southern Iraq, where drought ravages devastating parts of the mythical Mesopotamian swamps. The swamplands of Iraq, the rumored home of the biblical Garden of Eden, have been hit …

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Fury as a 20ft tall metal shelf that looks like a ‘roller coaster’ erected at the end of the garden

A couple have banged their heads against “disgusting” 20ft tall metal shelving which they say has ruined the countryside views from their new home. Jenny Mason and Stuart Dodd said they had lovely views of trees and distant fields when they moved into their £325,000 semi-detached house in April. But …

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Brief: Use landscape architecture when designing infrastructure | letters

The New York State Department of Transportation’s recent plans to revamp Route 33 into downtown Buffalo reinforce my belief that the time is right for a paradigm shift in how we, as taxpayers, fund the design of urban space. Allowing traffic engineers to execute the design process severely limits the …

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Confronting weight stigma in obesity care, with Scott Kahan, MD, MPH

When used in medicine, the words bias and stigma often refer to inequalities related to race or gender differences in the care of patients. At the 2022 Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists (ADCES) Annual Meeting, a presentation by Scott Kahan, MD, MPH, director of the National Center for …

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Larry Wayne Searcy – Daily Journal

GREENWOOD Larry Wayne Searcy, 68, died August 5, 2022. He was a graduate of Whiteland Community High School and attended Purdue University. He was married to Tammara Lee Searcy for 32 years. He is survived by his two children, Matthew (Tammy) Ryan Searcy and Emily (David) Grace Flynn, grandson Elias …

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Five houses of secondary architecture

Google “Matt Elkan Architect” and you will discover a treasure trove of inspirational work. Predominant in this work are beautiful residential projects that respond to Australia’s unique climate and tropical conditions, speaking of both minimal beach life and Japanese aesthetics. Exuding calm and serenity, these homes are situated on Sydney’s …

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Take out payday loans during inflation

Inflation in the United States has reached a 40-year high in June. Although the inflation rate eased slightly in July, consumers are feeling the pressure of higher prices, and there is no guarantee that the current inflation problem has peaked. Given the current economic conditions, many Americans are looking for …

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In short: airport operations in Germany

airports Property Who owns the airports? In Germany, airports can be either state-owned, privately owned, or partly state-owned and partly privately owned. The majority of German airports are state-owned via operating companies organized under private law. licensing What is the system for licensing airports? The approval/approval of airports is regulated …

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Study shows backyard chicken eggs contain 40 times more lead than store-bought eggs

There’s nothing like the fresh eggs from your own chickens more than 400,000 Australians who keep garden chickens will tell you. Unfortunately, their eggs often differ from those on the market not only in terms of freshness and taste. Our newly published research Found eggs from backyard hens, on average, …

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Should you ever get a payday loan?

When you’re low on cash between paychecks or have an unexpected financial emergency, a payday loan can be a tempting option to help you make ends meet or access cash quickly. However, these short-term loans, which are usually due on the day of your next payday, are extremely risky. They …

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The La Caille restaurant bottles wine from vines planted in 1976, serves farm-to-table food and is building a new bar and lounge

La Caille, the iconic restaurant located on 20 acres at the mouth of Cottonwood Canyon in Sandy, has made its move with farm-to-table food and a restored wine label. For decades, La Caille, which opened in 1975, was the fine dining spot of choice for Utahns for marriage proposals, weddings, …

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A tour of California’s best hidden botanical and architectural masterpiece

“Enter when a hundred sorrows disappear. Laugh as the great river expands.”Vertically inscribed couplet at the entrance of the Chinese Garden Tea House. Liu Fang Yuan, or The Garden of Flowing Fragrance, is an incredible 15-hectare garden designed in the traditional style of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) scholars’ gardens in …

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Planning Committee Summary: Plans Discussed for Historic Home at 83 East Main; Frankland Road solar decommissioning plan approved

The house at 83 Main Street dates from 1875. FILE PHOTO/JERRY SPAR The planning panel opened a new public hearing on an open space mixed-use development (OSMUD) at 83 East Main Street at its meeting Monday night, raising concerns about how the three proposed age-restricted housing units will fit into …

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The 9 best compost bins of 2022

Who is it for: Individuals looking for an easy way to get started with outdoor composting. Who is it not for: People who prefer a composter with a lid. If you are looking for a strong, durable outdoor compost bin, a metal composter is your best bet. In Carr’s experience, …

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Will a loan on my 401(k) affect my mortgage?

If you want to put some of the money you’ve accumulated in your 401(okay), you need to use a short-term mortgage that you’ll pay cash from your paychecks. Borrowing from your 401 (okay) can usually be a better way to get money than using higher interest loans like title loans, …

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Guinda’s Riverdog Farm exemplifies the endurance of the Capay Valley through its adaptability and resilience to challenges

Tucked away in a small rural community in the Capay Valley, Riverdog Farm has faced issues related to pandemics and climate change that have pushed back harvest times and significantly impacted the workforce this year. Owner Tim Mueller, known as “el patron” — the boos — by his mostly Hispanic …

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Seelaube / Bach Mühle Fuchs + After apricots © Gwladys Gurtler + 21 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/986662/lake-gazebo-bach-muhle-fuchs-plus-after-apricots © Gwladys Gurtler Text description of the architects. For the Annecy Paysages 2021 exhibition, we had the opportunity to design a pavilion. A prism-shaped structure perched on the …

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Video shows outrageous theft of $2 million worth of jewelry from New York store

Bronx jewelry store robbery caught on camera, 4 suspects wanted 01:25 According to the NYPD, an investigation is ongoing into a robbery by four masked men who brazenly broke into a jewelry store in the Bronx last week and made off with an estimated $2 million worth of merchandise. The …

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CARMEN KETRON: Online programs can help improve your gardening | Agriculture

CARMEN KETRON Clemson extension Clemson Extension offers many online courses for farmers, landscape professionals, and home gardeners through the Online Course Catalog. Visit https://cu-pro-ed.catalog.instructure.com for everything from private pesticide applicator exams to dam maintenance programs to school gardening courses for educators in South Carolina, all online and accessible to you. …

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Retro Japan: The Three-Armed Bridge in Tokyo maintains its beauty amidst a changing landscape

TOKYO – A rare three-way bridge built in 1929 in the central part of the Japanese capital still retains its functional beauty despite the changing landscape around it. Picturesque street lanterns resembling lilies of the valley are seen on Miyoshi Bridge in Chuo …

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LANDSCAPE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC recently submitted its 13F report for the second quarter of 2022 ended 06/30/2022. The 13F report describes which stocks were in a guru’s stock portfolio at the end of the quarter, although investors should note that these filings are limited in scope, providing only a snapshot …

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RadCred launches contactless lending platform for bad loans

GLENDALE, Calif., Aug. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RadCred, a lending intermediary, is launching its contactless lending platform for problem loans. Since its inception, RadCred has become one of the top choices for people applying for short-term loans due to its fast and hassle-free services. RadCred works as a conduit …

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After a century on Mammoth Road, Still’s Tractor and Nursery continues to evolve

Most of Still’s Mammoth Road business was moved to Turf Depot in Hooksett, MANCHESTER, NH – For more than 100 years, Still’s Tractor and Nursery has anchored the intersection of Mammoth and Candia streets. Generations of farmers, gardeners and landscapers in Manchester. and residents were regular customers. When Charles P. …

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ConsolidationNow has been revamped as RixLoans Payday

ConsolidationNow has been rebranded RixLoans Payday. This change reflects the company’s desire to help consumers obtain better loan products and services. The changes will also allow the company to reach more borrowers in various states across the United States. The RixLoans website is more user-friendly and loan applications will take …

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Better Than Ever: The Faculty Club reopens after renovations, preserving what the Bruins loved

In 1959, the UCLA Faculty Center opened its doors to faculty who could enjoy meals and a second home on campus by paying their 50-cent monthly dues. But the center was and always has been much more than that. For decades it has offered a range of services including hosting …

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The global chemical logistics market is expected to reach $272.8 billion

DUBLIN, Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Chemical Logistics Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027 report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The global chemical logistics market reached US$219.9 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, the publisher expects the market to reach $272.8 billion by 2027, …

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The art of collecting garden art

Rebecca parker is a gem. She’s a lone star collector, sitting alone amid a rugged collection of amazing garden objects and plant matter on State Street in Carlsbad. And if you need unusual pots, mirrors, statues, rare glass jars or even bird cages, you will find them here. But unfortunately …

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