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Trachyte

“Trachyte” is the first in a series of narratives that explore the relation between the islands that were reclaimed and developed into the city of Mumbai (Bombay) and its suburbs. 102 more words

Mumbai

While there's still playoff hope, Eagles now playing for pride

The NFC East divisional title was the goal that Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie set for his team at the start of the 2016 season. Back then it seemed like it would be the best chance for Philadelphia to make it to the playoffs. 270 more words

Philadelphia Eagles

Baltimore Church to Reclaim, Revitalize Urban Neighborhood

By Emily Ploetz

West Baltimore—one of the lowest socioeconomic areas in the state of Maryland. Over 84 percent of Baltimore city residents qualify for free or reduced lunches. 736 more words

All Church Of God

Proposals for Alberta: Job creation and a healthier environment

A new report from the Pembina Institute, in cooperation with Blue Green Canada and the Alberta Federation of Labour, discusses the employment potential for renewables in Alberta – and concludes that investing in renewable sources of electricity and energy efficiency would generate more jobs than would be lost through the retirement of coal power. 256 more words

Pussy: A Reclamation

Pussy: A Reclamation

It only could be the many pejorative phrase within the English vocabulary. It’s the best salacious slap to your woman’s pride, used-to harm, embarrass, and dehumanize. 30 more words

Gurney Wharf making good progress : Before-Today-Future

People strolling along Gurney Drive are getting a respite from the muddy water that used to come up the shoreline.

A perimeter rock bund of the reclamation work going on off the coast has helped keep the murky water away, providing a jade-green seaview at high tide now. 270 more words

NEWS & ARTICLES

New reclamation method aims to reduce Singapore's reliance on sand

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: A new method of reclaiming land will be used on the northwestern tip of Pulau Tekong, and this aims to help Singapore reduce the amount of sand needed for such works and save on upfront costs. 411 more words

Current Affairs