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Today September 3rd in History

36 BC In the Battle of Naulochus, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, admiral of Octavian, defeats Sextus Pompeius, son of Pompey, thus ending Pompeian resistance to the Second Triumvirate. 902 more words

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Fact or Fiction? PIE

PIE is a Scottish rock group that takes ancient sounds and turns them into heavy syncopation in a cross between rock and American ragtime.

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My Life, My Job, My Career: How Ten Simple Civil Engineering Magazine Helped Me Succeed

Jo Chalay to Jan Se Guzar Gaey by Maha Malik is a very sweet novel. It is about a girl Neelam who is elder to many sisters. 902 more words

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How To Become Better With Structural Engineering In 10 Minutes

Why Mr. Chattopadhyay wants to defy a true instance with a false belief? Does Mr. Chattopadhyay want to say that Lord Rama is deep in the heart of billions of Indians to this date without any truth? 830 more words

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The Hidden Mystery Behind Underwater Structures

I knew he was once a dean of the Agricultural courses, I just don’t know exactly what his position is right now. He mentioned a lot of courses where already full and further applications are to be denied. 833 more words

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Warning: These 6 Mistakes Will Destroy Your Gas Water Heater Installation

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Now if we have set our own goals, and we find ourselves not there yet; there is still something for us to learn yet so we may access them. 826 more words

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Bon Appetit Wednesday! Sweet and Easy Corn on the Cob

Nutritious, abundant and perfect for use in a multitude of dishes, corn has been a staple in the diets of Native North American and Mesoamerican diets for thousands of years. 405 more words

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