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Turcot Interchange work leads archaeologists to 18th century village

Archaeologists working closely with construction workers below the Turcot Interchange have spent the summer uncovering what they say are the remains of an 18th century village. 870 more words

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CHO launches fumigation

By Neal Wayne F. Salcedo

The Department of Health in coordination with the Department of Education Culture and Sports has been in the fore front in the fight against dengue. 193 more words

Fumigation

Moodle Task 1 - Second Semestre

Dear all,

The following task is related to your reading of the novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”.

You have until Wednesday, 12 August, to complete it. 642 more words

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Canada legalizes the abortion pill

This week, Canada legalized the abortion pill, or RU-486, which will be sold under the name Mifegymiso. Versions of RU-486–a prescription-only medication that can induce an abortion up to 10 weeks after conception–are already on the market in about 60 countries; it’s been available in the U.S. 55 more words

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'It’s clearly got a story to tell': Philae lander discovers organic molecules that can absorb light on comet

Philae, the little lost lander that the European Space Agency dropped on a comet last November, is still lost.

Although it woke up last month and has made contact several times with the Rosetta orbiter, which is examining Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko from miles away, Philae has not been heard from for more than two weeks and the sporadic communications have not been long enough for the lander to resume its scientific work. 741 more words

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Blue moon tonight!

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – The second full moon of the month is happening today, Friday, July 31. That makes it a Blue Moon.

Although technically the moon was at its fullest earlier this morning, it will still be mostly full tonight. 36 more words

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