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We will need new Imperial units for the digital age

To distract from the disastrous consequences of leaving the European Union with all the grace and finesse of a child uninviting someone at his seventh birthday party, the UK government plans to revive the Imperial units. You know: 66 gallons to a barrel, 6 barrels to a single rod, 22 …

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It is again the source of the Sea River cleanup | Local News

Pack your paddles and wear your waders – it’s time for the community’s annual effort to remove litter from local waterways. The Connecticut River Conservancy’s 25th annual Sea River Spring Cleanup will take place at three locations next week: Keene, Swanzey and – for the first time – Winchester. Each …

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3 gamer props to bet for chefs vs. crows

Primetime NFL football is designed for player accessories! Unlike early games, it’s the only one we’ll all watch, so our eyes will be on our TVs for the 3+ hours it’s on. Who wants to have only one bet on these games? Not me. Give me as much (responsibly) action …

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Henderson breaks record saving Ohio state – press pros magazine

Marc Znidar Mark Znidar comes to Press Pros Magazine after 33 and a half years at the Columbus Dispatch. From 1996 to September 2018, he led athletic high schools, Ohio colleges that included the Mid-American Conference, Ohio State’s next opponents in Ohio State football and baseball. In the previous three …

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Why drive electric? Let’s talk dollars and cents

Major car manufacturers are banking on the transition to electric vehicles (EVs). Like all Americans, Alabamians hear more about EVs, see more models than they’d actually like to drive, and assess the real benefits EVs could offer. Just as the price of flat panel televisions has dropped dramatically as technology …

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HBO Max cuts prices after Amazon Channels split

Presentation… HBO Max!Photo: Presley Ann / Getty Images for WarnerMedia In recent years, relationships between streaming services and the various companies responsible for transporting their content to people’s real TVs have become around as surly and bitter as cable wars have ever been; we have seen god knows how many …

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Global chip shortage will hit Indian businesses hard this holiday season

The semiconductor shortage has been a major topic for some time now. While several global companies producing chip materials have claimed the shortage could last until 2023, Indian companies over the coming holiday season may have to bear the brunt of the lack of supply. Small microchips are an integral …

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Backyard Living with Style – Flathead Beacon

As summer 2021 approaches, the focus on home improvement and design is naturally shifting to the outdoors. The spirit of the pandemic has initiated a new home-stay culture and a backyard-centric lifestyle. More than ever, homeowners now view their once underutilized outdoor spaces as literal extensions of their home’s interior. …

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Biden announces defense deal with Australia in a bid to counter China

He added: “It further reinforces the feeling that we have a new cold war in Asia and Australia is betting that in this new cold war the United States will emerge victorious.” The announcement is the latest move in a US strategy to push back China’s economic, military and technological …

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Calumet Heights lounge owner fears she will be stolen again – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – He has his flashlight and a crowbar. Every movement of a burglar is filmed. He is believed to have hit a series of salons and barber shops along a stretch of Stony Island Avenue. CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports from Calumet Heights and spoke to a salon …

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