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Round 6 Previews: Crusaders aim up for Comets

Round 6 of the Spalding Waratah Leagues see four of the Club Terrigal Central Coast Crusaders teams head down the M1 for a Saturday date with the Sydney Comets. 1,248 more words

Match Preview

Fortnite Has More Falling Meteors Now And It's Freaking Players Out

(Source: kotaku.com)

Fortnite’s big space mystery continues to ramp up and baffle people. Today, players looking up will notice there’s not just one comet, but rather a variety of burning objects falling from the heavens. 460 more words

Technology

Doctor Bird DB 1006 # Lynn Taitt & The Comets – Vilma's Jump Up / Dad Is Home (Doctor Bird) 1966 UK 7”

Lynn Taitt & The Comets – Vilma’s Jump Up / Lynn Taitt & The Comets – Dad Is Home (Doctor Bird # DB 1006) 1966 UK 7” 61 more words

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THE POST for Tuesday, April 17, 2018: Soccer, Prom and Jail

Good morning. Welcome to an experiment in local news. By clicking on the link below, you will open an 11-by-17 inch PDF of The Post, a local, independent e-newspaper. 20 more words

Charles City

GREAT LISBON 1755 ANTIPODAL IMPACT QUAKE (Guest paper by Herman Burchard, Appl. Maths Prof. Emer.)

(Read as PDF here: GREAT LISBON 1755 ANTIPODAL IMPACT QUAKE

HERMANN G.W. BURCHARD
DEPT.OF MATHEMATICS, OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER OK 74078, USA   EMAIL: SKEPTIKER@ICLOUD.COM

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Geology

First two games teach CCHS soccer key lessons

Full audio report: https://northcedarreports.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/041118-soccer-full-report.m4a

WAVERLY — This first season of high school soccer is a learning experience for Charles City players, coaches and fans alike. Tuesday was full of lessons to build on as the Comets prepare for their next game, which is Thursday against Garner-Hayfield/Ventura. 192 more words

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Guest Video: Saharan Desert Glass

Once upon a time, a shallow tropical sea called Tethys separated Africa and Eurasia, covering what is now the Sahara Desert and connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans with an equatorial belt of warm water. 236 more words

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