Latest Pets News

Work With Pets: 6 Jobs In The Cleveland Area
Almost everyone loves a furry critter. They’re good for mental health, they help people relax and de-stress. Now, you can find work helping handle all manner of animal with these five recently posted positions from the Patch.com job board
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Devoted owners do anything to keep pets healthy
The ladies were dressed in their new winter sweaters, an older gentleman was eager to visit with anyone who dropped by and the staff was dispensing delicious treats. Extended family was on hand to visit and laugh, and the place had an overall air of …
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Pets of the week:
Seymour is a 5-month-old domestic medium-haired friendly male cat who just wants to be petted. His adoption number is A125052. Morpheus is a 2-year-old pit bull mix. This handsome male loves people, is good with other dogs and enjoys toys. COURTESY …
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Latest Electronics News

Electronics housing 3d models
box was created to house electronic circuits for driving LED lights, round opening in side was used for incoming power cord and on/off switch, square holes were for multi pin connector from… This housing fits in 2020 Kossels. It’s fine for additional …
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Police: Couple used baby in stroller to shoplift electronics
McDONOUGH — A duo suspected of shoplifting electronics from Best Buy is thought to have used their baby to smuggle stolen goods out of the Jonesboro Road store. The Henry County Police Department is now asking for the public’s help to identify the …
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New study shows possible link between electronics and depression in teenagers
A study published just this week in the journal Clinical Psychological Science finds that increased time spent with electronic devices might have contributed to an uptick in symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts over the last several years among …
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Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18

Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18
Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18: Fall constellations and Andromeda Galaxy The Discovery Center at Ridgefield with New Pond Farm Observatory, 101 Marchant Rd., West Redding, is offering a public astronomy program on Saturday …
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Giant Space Explosion That’s Never Been Witnessed Before Challenges What We Know About Stars and Black Holes
Space is full of things that go bang in the night, but usually scientists just spot new explosions, not new types of explosions. Not so for the team studying a giant outburst scientists labeled PS1-10adi, which, despite the completely unassuming name, is …
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Astronomers Use Shadowy Alien Worlds to Peer Inside Stars
Distant planets tell all: A new analysis uses alien worlds’ orbital treks to peek inside their stars. NASA’s ever-watchful Kepler space telescope has identified thousands of exoplanets by noting the tiny brightness dips caused when these worlds “transit …
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Tired of being single? You may need to leave N.J., new study says

Tired of being single? You may need to leave N.J., new study says
Being single in New Jersey appears to be tough. Yes, love is apparently more readily available in those metropolitan areas than New Jersey cities, like Jersey City (ranked 73rd best place for singles) and Newark (94th). So how did WalletHub, a personal …
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Amazing Ways That ‘Star Trek’ Changed the World
The idea that Star Trek has changed the world might sound as farfetched as some of the USS Enterprise’s spacefaring missions, but the truth is that the science fiction series has directly or indirectly impacted both our present and future. It seems …
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Penn State Institute for CyberScience to Exhibit at SC17
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Press Kit Materials are Available at: http://www.tradeshownews.com/events/sc17/ics-psu/ About Penn State Institute for CyberScience The Institute for CyberScience (ICS) supports and promotes interdisciplinary research …
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Tower Theatre cancels film screening amid sexual misconduct reports

Tower Theatre cancels film screening amid sexual misconduct reports
OKLAHOMA CITY — A local entertainment venue has cancelled their scheduled screening of a controversial film amid reports of sexual misconduct against the film’s main actor. Louis C.K. broke his silence Friday after five women came forward accusing the …
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ARTS: Theatre Tulsa’s ‘Amadeus’ is intriguing variation of original
In the matter of Antonio Salieri, the wrecked and crumpled figure encountered in the first few moments of Peter Shaffer’s play “Amadeus,” the madness that inflicts him is rage — rage at the realization that the work to which he devoted his life …
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Hobson: Theatre is meant to be enjoyed by all ages and abilities
The motto of Calgary’s Inside Out Theatre is that theatre is for everyone and let’s all shout those words out. What this means, according to Inside Out Theatre’s community outreach officer Carly McKee, is that no one should be excluded from enjoying it.
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Tethys Oil to get new exploration license onshore Oman

Tethys Oil to get new exploration license onshore Oman
Tethys Oil announced that it will be awarded a new exploration license by the Ministry of Oil and Gas of the Sultanate of Oman. Block 49 is an onshore block that covers a prospective but still rather unexplored area in the South West of the Sultanate …
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Deep-sea Exploration Leads to New Insight and Discoveries in Pacific Ocean
Seventeen underwater robotic dives have been made using ROV SuBastian, completing the first expedition of the islands and eastern seamounts of the Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA) in the nation of Kiribati. This follows an initial exploration of the …
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Digital archaeology changes exploration of the past
Looking at a terra-cotta figurine from Cyprus with new digital technology, researchers are able to see the 2,500-year-old thumbprint of the sculptor. Matching the fingerprint of that anonymous artist to fingerprints on other pieces will help them link the …
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Latest Video Gaming News

Video Game Hall of Fame adds ‘Halo: Combat Evolved,’ 3 more
This undated photo provided by The Strong shows the four inductees for the 2017 class of the World Video Game Hall of Fame. From left to right are: ”Halo: Combat Evolved,” “Donkey Kong,” “Pokemon Red and Green,” and ”Street Fighter II.” (Bethany Mosher …
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Sandy Hook Shooting: Video Games Blamed, Again
Yesterday, Senator Jay Rockefeller introduced a bill calling on the National Academy of Sciences to “study” video game violence on children. Speaking of the recent Brown v. EMA Supreme Court decision, which criticized the existing research as …
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Tying Columbine to Video Games
Last month, The American Medical Association flirted with adding video game addiction to its list of mental illnesses before deciding on “more study” and a firm call for parents to watch their children more closely. One question raised by classifying …
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A prestigious research publisher gives in to China’s censorship

A prestigious research publisher gives in to China’s censorship
SPRINGER NATURE publishes books and prestigious journals, including Nature and Scientific American, and portrays itself as a champion of open access to reports of scientific research. Its website declares that “research is a global endeavor and the free …
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EarningsWatch: Disney, Nvidia, Snap headline a week of media and tech
A better-than-expected earnings season starts winding down in the coming week, but a few choice reports are still on the horizon with quarterly results from Walt Disney Co., Nvidia Corp. and Snap Inc. on deck. On Thursday, when companies representing $ 464 …
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Top Apple Analyst: Don’t Expect Long Lines for iPhone 8, but News Is Not All Bad
Lines at the Apple Store for the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are likely to be short on their first day on sale on Friday, but that doesn’t mean overall iPhone sales will be weak, according to Gene Munster of Loup Ventures. The longtime Apple Inc. (AAPL …
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Latest Celebrities News

11 Famous Celebrities and the Interesting Stories behind Their Names
We identify our favourite celebrities with a lot of things and their name is the most important thing. And what if one day you realise, the name that you have been identifying your fave star with, is not their real name? Showbiz is a very different ball …
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Celebrities to promote tourism in Uganda
Uganda will promote its tourism industry through local and international celebrities. Through a partnership with the Uganda Conservation Foundation, the Uganda Wildlife Authority, the international conservation group WildAid has launched a campaign titled …
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Bollywood celebrities line up to wish Ashish Nehra on a successful career
It was not exactly a fairy tale finish for Ashish Nehra in his international career, but it surely turned out to be an emotional one for him. He finished his international career at his home ground, Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi – the venue where everything …
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The politics of being Norman in the reign of Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy (r. 942–996)

The politics of being Norman in the reign of Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy (r. 942–996)
Abstract: In 966, by the end of the reign of its third duke, Richard I, Normandy had overcome the crises that had beset it in the middle of the century. Much of this success came from the coherence of its ruling group, which expressed itself partly …
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Exclusive: A Warwick Politics professor just used a ‘BREXIT IS SHIT’ slide in his lecture
In response to the Daily Mail’s ‘witch hunt for Remainer universities’ A Politics lecturer at Warwick, gave a lecture today mocking the Daily Mail’s “witch hunt for ‘Remainer’ universities.” Steven Kettell, the Associate Professor in Politics and …
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You’re Invited: Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics 2016-2018 Conference
This coming weekend will see the celebration of Maria Thereza Alves as recipient of The Vera List Center’s Prize for Art and Politics, a screening of Yoko Ono’s The Third Eye, a panel discussion between Alves and Ruth Wilson Gilmore, and the …
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