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Johnson takes three wins at Fort Erie | Sports

TORONTO (CMC): THE JAMACAIN KIRK Johnson continued his steady rise in the jockeys standings with a triple Tuesday at Fort Erie Racecourse. Johnson moved up to third in the standings with 22 wins after his dominant performance on the eight-race map. Two Barbadians, Christopher Husbands, with 45 wins, and defending …

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Wine and dinner by the river

Home to perhaps the best view of the Swan River and the evolving Perth skyline, 2/10 Bellevue Terrace in West Perth is a modern wonder suitable for those with a refined and contemporary taste. Built by Perth builder Giorgi, the three bedroom, three bathroom apartment is a crown jewel of …

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Winmate R10IB3S-GST2

Winmate R10IB3S-GST2 10.4 inch GS Series Panel PC Robust, robust and reliable fanless work tool with a modern look and capacitive multi-touch (by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer, September 2021) In this article we take a look at another of WinmateThe very wide range of Panel PCs. Panel PCs are workhorses – …

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The era of the NBA’s free agency tentpole is over

The protracted deliberative superstar free agency that freezes for days a multitude of teams clinging to cap space after a series of high profile meetings, whether in the Hamptons, Los Angeles or the center -City of Cleveland, seems almost poised to become a relic of the past decade. We notably …

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Junkard Gem: 1987 Mercedes-Benz 190E

See the full image gallery >> Out of the 2,200+ condemned vehicles I photographed in demolition sites over the years the one with the most reliable mileage I have found has been a 1987 Mercedes-Benz 190E gasoline engine with over 600,000 miles on the clock (the highest UNtrustworthy odometer i …

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Concerns rise over possible Turkish media funding law

ISTANBUL (AP) – Press freedom groups expressed concern on Friday over comments by Turkish officials on possible legislation to regulate foreign media funding and the spread of false information, saying it could restrict more independent journalism in Turkey. A senior aide to the Turkish president said this week that the …

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Russian rights group shuts down amid government crackdown

MOSCOW (AP) – A rights group in Russia announced on Sunday it was shutting down, citing fears of lawsuits against its members and supporters after Russian authorities blocked its website for allegedly posting content from an “unwanted” organization. Lawyers and journalists association Team 29, which specializes in treason and espionage …

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Abby talks to Stitch and Phyllis confronts Tara

Abby takes a trip down memory lane with Stitch to forget about a missing Mariah. Photo credit: CBS Young and the Restless spoilers for next week’s episodes of the CBS daytime drama tease more of the same with the Newman family, storytellers, and exes remembering their time together. With just …

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Corvette C8 full upgrade package for mid-engined sportster

There are no two ways: the Corvette C8 started life badly. Afterall, Chevrolet switched to a mid-engined car after 65 years and sevengenerations of front-engine Corvettes. This necessarily had to raise an initial hue andmourn his fans. But as it often happens, the new and the unusual will eventuallywill become …

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Management team appointed to open new Nesuto Curtin

Nesuto Apartment Hotels has appointed its opening management team for a new property that is preparing to open as part of an A $ 300 million redevelopment of Curtin University in Western Australia. Under the leadership of Gail Deary, General Manager of the WA Zone, the new Nesuto Curtin will …

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JCC Supervisory Board reviews teleworking program

JAMES CITY COUNTY – The James City County Oversight Council (JCC) met on Tuesday, June 22 for its monthly business meeting at the JCC Government Center on Mounts Bay Road. During the presentation portion of the meeting, the board heard from JCC’s Human Resources Director, Patrick Teague, on the pilot …

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Opening of a new community track at the Penzance school

A new community bike path has opened at Mounts Bay Academy in an effort to encourage more people to cycle. The Cornwall Council has partnered with British Cycling through its Places to Ride program to provide matching funding for nine community cycle routes in Cornwall schools – dedicated facilities that …

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