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Miami :: FL :: USA | 3 months ago

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If you are looking to have fun at the end of May, and want to see a real adult themed mud run, then you would better pack your bags and book a flight to Miami. X Run is bringing you the most amazing and breathtaking event of this year. If you like

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Sydney :: Australia | 3 months ago

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Chris Radburn/PA Icy winters and arid summers are creating salty soil. In some regions, increasing aridity concentrates naturally occurring salt in the soil, while in others, rising seawater has contaminated the groundwater with sea salt. New

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Nairobi :: Kenya | 3 months ago

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The area MP John Kiragu, however, said that the work being done now was only basic road rehabilitation to make it passable before money was allocated for better road works. In Summary They planted banana and maize plants on the road protesting

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Bellary :: India | 3 months ago

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There is good news for farmers whose fields are either waterlogged or affected by salinity and alkalinity. The Directorate of Command Area Development Authorities (CAD) is preparing a project to drain water out of such fields, treat the soil and make

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Aleppo :: Syria | 3 months ago

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America is in the midst of two major demographic dramas, according to Paul Taylor of the nonpartisan Pew Research Center . Our population is becoming majority non-white at the same time a record share is going gray, he writes. Either change by itself

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Calgary :: Canada | 3 months ago

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To a growing clamour of critics, Coach Bryan MacKenzie is a crusty, bad-tempered relic from a less tolerant era, banning some poor kid from his baseball team all because the teens hair is too long...For the 45-year-old Pincher Creek, Alta., man, this

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 3 months ago

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A Look Then and Now Green is more than a school color: at USF, it's a way of life. From the food in our cafeteria to the windows in our new buildings to the ways we dispose our trash on campus, the university has provided students with a sustainable,

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Taupo :: New Zealand | 3 months ago

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Despite good rainfall, farmers shouldn't think that good soil moisture levels and cooler conditions are enough to prevent ammonia loss from urea...Recent Ballance Agri-Nutrients trials through Landcare Research suggests that 10 mm of rainfall is

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Toronto :: Canada | 3 months ago

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CT Volunteers build sandbags at Waywayseecappo First Nation on Tuesday, but their work had to be abandoned after a culvert gave way. (CBC) Floodwaters washed into Waywayseecappo First Nation Wednesday morning after an ice-plugged culvert in western

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Bridgwater :: United Kingdom | 3 months ago

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Stuart Fripp, an agronomist advising farmers on the Somerset Levels, said: We've been digging holes in a lot of land that was flooded and we haven't found any worms at all. They've been killed by the weight of the water, which removed all the air

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