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Unforced variations: June 2018

RealClimate - 15 Jun 2018
To be clear: by implying I equate 'commerce' (a synonym for 'trade', absent his disambiguation) with 'economics', Killian attacks a straw man, as is his habit. ...
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Glen Rock Publisher/Former Chamber President Busted Again

Fair Lawn-Glen Rock Daily Voice - 19 Feb 2018
Allen - publisher of Glen Rock News Today (formerly Banana Tree News ) -- previously was charged with using a stolen credit card to cover traffic tickets, motor vehicle restoration fees and a new mattress. "I was a victim of a scam," Allen, 48, told ...
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Penis panic and the mysterious case of the retracting phallus

AV Club - 13 May 2018
A few years later, koro started appearing in Nigeria, with local superstition attributing the phenomenon to someone using juju to, essentially, steal people's mojo. A 1976 koro epidemic in Thailand with hundreds of cases was attributed to “Vietnamese ...
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Lodi Homeowner Charged With $125159 Superstorm Sandy Scam

Garfield Daily Voice - 23 Feb 2018
“DCA remains committed to pursuing people who steal Sandy recovery funds for their own personal gain,” said Lt. Governor Sheila Y. Oliver, the Department of Community Affairs commissioner. “This ensures that taxpayer dollars are going to Sandy ...
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TechSEO Boost: The key trends in technical SEO today

ClickZ - 05 Dec 2017
ClickZ attended TechSEO Boost on November 30, a conference hosted by Catalyst at District Hall in Boston. As an event dedicated entirely to technical SEO, it featured speakers from Airbnb, Google, and Moz, among many others. There were plentiful new ...
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'Pokémon GO' Is Bad If You Don't Understand Evolution

Forbes - 29 Jul 2016
The Pokémon GO phenomenon could have positive effects on society. It might improve public health by getting people to exercise while walking around trying to catch virtual monsters in the real world, for example. But the game could also have a negative ...
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Uniloc Founder Responds to Patent Troll Accusations

Tom's Guide - 26 Jul 2012
Recently, we reported that Luxembourg software company Uniloc filed lawsuits against Mojang and EA, among many others. Uniloc's history, which we also described in detail, showed that the company isn't shy about slapping companies with lawsuits.
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Bigipedia, Radio 4

Independent - 25 Jul 2009
About 10 years ago, the funniest thing on radio was The Sunday Format, which took an imaginary Sunday supplement from hell and turned it into aural heaven, an all-out assault of rapid-fire gags and laser-guided parodies. So Bigipedia, billed as "The ...
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Prosecutor: Charges Upgraded In Fort Lee Hit-Run After Victim Dies

Fort Lee Daily Voice - 12 Oct 2017
FORT LEE, N.J. – Charges against an Elmwood Park man were upgraded after a pedestrian in a hit and run crash near the George Washington Bridge died, authorities said Friday. Carmine Lombardi, a 43-year-old vehicle inspector from Elmwood Park, was ...
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Into The Sun: 6 Products For The Perfect Summer Body

Haute Living - 16 Feb 2016
Activate Tea – Taraxacum leaf and root, Galium aparine, Camellia Sinensis, Cardamom, Glycyrrhiza Glabra, Mentha × Piperita, Carum Carvi Disambiguation, Melissa Officinalis, Foeniculum Vulgare. Cleanse Tea – Senna Alexandrina pods and leaf, ...
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Machines Will Outsmart Humans. We Better Be Ready

Forbes - 04 Dec 2012
His book Robots Will Steal Your Job, but that's OK: How to Survive the Economic Collapse and be Happy, explores the impact of technological advances. Today, large streams of data, coupled with statistical analysis and sophisticated algorithms, ...
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Quids in: why it's time to get rid of your £1 coins

The Guardian - 26 Feb 2017
It's all change once again for the UK's coins and notes. While millions of us are still getting used to the new “non-vegetarian” plastic £5 notes, it's the £1 coin that is next to receive a makeover. The new 12-sided “bimetallic” (made of two metals ...

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