Days of dry

Days of dry, crisp cold bring clear air and sharp views of Mount Fuji from many parts of the city, and with most Japanese companies closed and many people back in their hometowns, trains and streets empty out and the capital takes on a laid back and leisurely air for those who choose to stay. […]

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compared

I compared prices at temporary greenhouses at Ace Hardware and Cub Foods, also on Lake Street. The 10 inch hanging baskets at Ace were $25. The colors and foliage looked a little more vibrant on the Ace baskets, but was it worth the extra $19? Not to a casual gardener. Before media sticks and streaming […]

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Or when the ball is snapped

“And some of the dates will actually sell out Monday.” “For sure,” she continued, “if you wait until, say, June, the pickins will get pretty slim.” Of the offerings this year, the Griffith Park Observatory is the sole new stop on the schedule. “We’ve tried to get it every year, but it’s always either been […]

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This shit’s chess

This shit’s chess, it ain’t checkers. Check and mate, motherfucker. Check and mate.. Whenever I can I always try and jump the ticket barriers. Why should I be made to pay when I am on benefits? The government need to do something about people on benefits getting a reduced train fare. We get other services […]

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Take your pick

Why in 2014: Take your pick of locales to visit in South Africa this year: Hotel rates are down 8 percent across the country. Put wildlife at the top of your agenda, whether you’re looking to see the big five on a safari or just want to hang out with the free roaming penguins on […]

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As this country is culturally

As this country is culturally assorted country of Africa that’s why every region has some distinctive elements of food according to their environment and tastes. But few things are common in the food through out Nigeria. Now fast food in Nigeria has become most hot favorite in all types of food lovers especially youngsters due […]

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by contrast

Consider, by contrast, the story that dominated several news cycles a few weeks ago: Donald Trump’s intervention to stop Carrier from moving jobs to Mexico. Jobs were saved; others suggest that the company will simply replace workers with machines. But even accepting the most positive spin, for every worker whose job was saved in that […]

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When I graduated from college

When I graduated from college, I swore I never would set foot in another dormitory. But since then, I attended professional conferences on Canada college campuses, where participants were offered the chance to stay in dorms. They turned out to be convenient and affordable, and my view of those accommodations changed substantially.. At one time, […]

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commission

takes a 15 per cent commission which, unlike Uber’s, is not charged on cancellation or airport fees. Uber’s commission is 28 per cent, although some longer serving drivers pay only 20 per cent.Ben Wilson, chair of the Uber Drivers Association like most drivers he also runs the Uber app when he’s working says ‘s claim […]

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who founded Francis Kanoi 22 years ago

Xavier, who founded Francis Kanoi 22 years ago, is the acknowledged pioneer and a specialist in market research. But earning this reputation has not been an easy affair. This meant conducting market research on hundreds of diverse products, covering every conceivable aspect of marketing and having ears perpetually to the ground. In the middle of […]

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