There is a shift in payment acceptance by printing companies migrating to Level 3 processing. The majority of their customers are businesses who often pay with business, corporate and purchasing cards. 377 more words
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Welcome to Day 16 of “28 Photos Later”.
Today’s photo is “The Interchange”.
The Interchange was once a link between London’s railways and canals. The building straddled the canal at Camden Town, with railway tracks and platforms on one side, and trap-doors giving access to the barges beneath. 70 more words
The ascii() function is used to decipher what the configuration code is for any character value. In the case below I have written a code to display the configuration code for the city name field in the city table within the world database. 105 more words
SASKATOON – Residents in Stonebridge will have to wait until 2016 for an interchange to be complete. Currently there are only two access roads in and out of the neighbourhood. 144 more words
This spring, Meridian English Club will launch in Washington, DC! Join us Sunday afternoons for informal conversation practice with language learners. If you’d like to practice another language besides English, we’ll do our best to introduce you to someone who can help. 26 more words
WICHITA, Kansas – City leaders working with KDOT unveiled a new look for the plans to rework Kellogg at Greenwich, Webb road and K-96.
Just last year, it was announced that there was only one bid in for the project and it came in way over budget. 173 more words
RAW MATERIAL – engage in lifelong learning through the arts
A VISUAL ARTS PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH PROJECT
The aim of this project is to construct an image database for establishing connections across nations (in synchronous and asynchronous time) in order to breakdown barriers of stereotypical understandings, by interacting with and collaborating with one another on mutually relevant issues using several visual media for digital display. 294 more words