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There Is A Light — :: RAMEY ::
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Her name is Asuka. She grooms and claps👏

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Critics challenge method for calculating driver impairment long after a crash - Special - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH
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10 days ago by steinmanal
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I almost pity May, she's in an impossible situation.

Almost.
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Congratulations to all the media organisations that lobbied hard for collective suicide And goodbye, any…
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32% of Americans per new Poll still believe Trump is trustworthy and honest. I hope thos…
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RT : Economists faced with a noflation puzzle, productivity puzzle and a now a no pay rises puzzle.. Any chance their…
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Documents appear to show government diverted nearly $10 million from FEMA to ICE ahead of hurricane season…
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School lockdown door locks : gifs
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Today, my nephew of 11 yo masters the 3 types of (string num booleen) using a mobile phone during exercise. C…
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Mine d'or linguistique : le Glossaire des patois de la Suisse romande – et ses 37 000 entrées – est désormais acces…
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Ninebot is making a “car”. Note the modular drivetrain (a hover board). @asymco via Pocket
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'The valuations are off the charts': Canadian pot stocks might be too high
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RT : ALL OF THIS. Guys, if we're gonna combat the perpetuation of low pay and shitty conditions, we actually have to sta…
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Manami Ito plays violin with her prosthetic arm
Manami Ito is a nurse, a violinist, and a Paralympian swimmer. She came in 4th in the 100m Breaststroke at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics and 8th at the 2012 London Paralympics. She is also the first nurse to have a prosthetic arm in Japan, and shares her violin performances around the country.
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10 days ago by terry
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$1.1M now. Bribe? Blackmail?

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Wzór Kaczyńskiego właśnie próbuje przeprowadzić powtórkę z Holodomoru w (kurdyjskiej) północnej Syrii.
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How to Create a Table in Adobe Illustrator
How to Create a Table in Adobe Illustrator September 12, 2018 at 07:02AM https://ift.tt/2MjIwLe

Adobe Illustrator is a popular design choice when creating infographics. If you need to incorporate a table into your designs, there’s a handy setting that makes creating tables pretty simple.

To create a table in Adobe Illustrator, open a new document and do the following:

Click on the Rectangle tool or use the keyboard shortcut M.

If you know the exact dimensions for your table, click anywhere in the canvas and enter the width and height of your rectangle. You can also just freehand draw the rectangle if you prefer. 

With your rectangle selected, you can change the fill and stroke color with the top Illustrator menu. 

Once you’ve made those selections, with the rectangle still selected, go to Object > Path > Split into Grid

In the dialog box that opens, you can choose the following: the number of rows and row height; the number of columns and column width; the gutter between your rows and columns; and the total size of your table. If you want to see how your table will look before committing to your settings, make sure that Preview is checked. 

Once you’ve made your selections, click OK.

The resulting table will actually be a series of separate squares or rectangles depending on your dimensions. If you want to move or resize your table, be sure to select all the shapes using Ctrl/Cmd + A and grouping them together using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl/Cmd + G.

You can make changes to your table after the fact. Just select the entire table and go through the same steps above to change the number of rows and columns, or to change the fill and stroke of your cells.

You can also manually change the dimensions of the table by selecting all the sells and dragging the anchor points to make the entire table (or specific rows/columns) narrower or wider.

If you’re looking for another quick and easy method, create a table in Microsoft Word instead

The Quickest and Easiest Way to Make a Table in Word

The Quickest and Easiest Way to Make a Table in Word
Here's a trick to insert tables in Word using your keyboard — perfect for those looking to move away from using the mouse!
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The US suspects Russian microwaves for embassy injuries in Cuba and China — Quartz
The US now suspects Russian microwaves caused diplomats’ brain injuries September 12, 2018 at 07:01AM https://ift.tt/2MmzDAH

US diplomats and spies who suffered mysterious brain injuries in Cuba and China have seen many explanations for their problems: Sound weapons. Mass psychosis. Cicadas. Ultrasonic microphones.

And now, according to recent reports, microwave weapons operated by Russian agents.

In 2o16, US embassy workers in Cuba reported hearing chirping sounds before suffering headaches, memory and hearing loss, and difficulty sleeping. Physicians documented brain injuries in the victims, though these results have been questioned by other researchers. Similar symptoms were experienced by an embassy worker in Guangzhou, China, this year.

The New York Times reported on Sept. 1 that some physicians examining the diplomats, along with some government scientists, believe the injuries could have been caused by an attack with microwave energy. Under certain conditions, humans exposed to microwave energy report hearing audible sounds and suffering symptoms consistent with those reported by the diplomats.

At least one researcher isn’t convinced: University of Pennsylvania professor Kenneth Foster criticized the theory, writing that microwave energy sufficient to damage the human brain “would have to be so intense they would actually burn the subject.” He argued in favor of another theory proposed by a University of Michigan researcher, who was able to replicate sounds reportedly recorded by the victims, using interference generated between ultrasonic transmitters.

Such interference might be caused by electronic surveillance from outside an embassy interacting with jamming devices inside.

Today, NBC reported that officials suspect Russian agents are behind the incidents, though they are unable to confirm how or why. Government researchers are reportedly experimenting to determine if a microwave transmitter could have been used to induce the reactions alone or in combination with some other technology.

Russia competes with the US for influence in Cuba, and has been a major beneficiary of president Donald Trump’s skeptical policy toward Havana. The health problems at the embassy are often cited by opponents of normalizing relations as evidence of Cuba’s bad faith.

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Nigeria: Govt Seeks U.S.$6 Billion From China Exim Bank to Construct Ibadan-Kano Rail Line - allAfrica.com
Nigeria:Govt Seeks U.S.$6 Billion From China Exim Bank to Construct Ibadan-Kano Rail Line September 12, 2018 at 06:59AM https://ift.tt/2x4isis [This Day] Abuja -The federal government has disclosed that it is currently negotiating a loan of about $6 billion with the China Exim Bank for the construction of the Ibadan-Kano rail line project. via AllAfrica News: Industry and Infrastructure https://ift.tt/2MQdQp8
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Tanzania: Three Firms Support Water Programme in Three Regions - allAfrica.com
Tanzania:Three Firms Support Water Programme in Three Regions September 12, 2018 at 06:58AM https://ift.tt/2QqvFdc [Daily News] SOME residents in Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Manyara regions are set to benefit from a multi-million water project implemented by three organisations. via AllAfrica News: Water and Sanitation https://ift.tt/2P46ATW
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Which streaming boxes offer a 3.5mm headset jack? | Android Central
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The US suspects Russian microwaves for embassy injuries in Cuba and China — Quartz
The US now suspects Russian microwaves caused diplomats’ brain injuries https://ift.tt/2MmzDAH Prospective https://ift.tt/2x6UnHF September 12, 2018 at 01:29PM

US diplomats and spies who suffered mysterious brain injuries in Cuba and China have seen many explanations for their problems: Sound weapons. Mass psychosis. Cicadas. Ultrasonic microphones.

And now, according to recent reports, microwave weapons operated by Russian agents.

In 2o16, US embassy workers in Cuba reported hearing chirping sounds before suffering headaches, memory and hearing loss, and difficulty sleeping. Physicians documented brain injuries in the victims, though these results have been questioned by other researchers. Similar symptoms were experienced by an embassy worker in Guangzhou, China, this year.

The New York Times reported on Sept. 1 that some physicians examining the diplomats, along with some government scientists, believe the injuries could have been caused by an attack with microwave energy. Under certain conditions, humans exposed to microwave energy report hearing audible sounds and suffering symptoms consistent with those reported by the diplomats.

At least one researcher isn’t convinced: University of Pennsylvania professor Kenneth Foster criticized the theory, writing that microwave energy sufficient to damage the human brain “would have to be so intense they would actually burn the subject.” He argued in favor of another theory proposed by a University of Michigan researcher, who was able to replicate sounds reportedly recorded by the victims, using interference generated between ultrasonic transmitters.

Such interference might be caused by electronic surveillance from outside an embassy interacting with jamming devices inside.

Today, NBC reported that officials suspect Russian agents are behind the incidents, though they are unable to confirm how or why. Government researchers are reportedly experimenting to determine if a microwave transmitter could have been used to induce the reactions alone or in combination with some other technology.

Russia competes with the US for influence in Cuba, and has been a major beneficiary of president Donald Trump’s skeptical policy toward Havana. The health problems at the embassy are often cited by opponents of normalizing relations as evidence of Cuba’s bad faith.

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