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Story Along with his career in hematology, Robert went on to become a professor of medicine at the University of Western Ontario as well as director and assistant dean of postgraduate education, and served as medical director of the London Centre
Story I assume the same is true for KenKen, a mathematical version of Sudoku. On Monday, editors ran a note to readers in the paper saying that a few features in Life and Arts would be dropped from the print edition to free up space for journalism.
Spain has received more than 100,000 online applications alone for just 400 jobs. Cash-strapped Spaniards desperate for work have been submitting CVs from across the country in a bid to work at the home furnishing firm's Alfafar branch, outside the
When it comes to high-speed Internet service, Maine lags behind most of the nation. Razer Inc., whose gaming tablet won last year's "Best of Show" award at the International CES gadget show, has unveiled a wristband that combines the functionality of
30 p.m., and it is open to the public. Pandit's 236-page "Sudoku Puzzles Guru" is a how-to manual, and travelers are his target audience because Sudoku is often an inflight diversion for them. For more details visit sunnyvale.ca.gov or
Our interactive crossword puzzle is even more addictive than paper versions.
A young British mom, who placed her 4-month-old boy for sale on the Internet as a "joke" has had the child taken into care by authorities. The 20-year-old had placed the child on Gumtree for nearly $250,000. But police were alerted by scores of
Dec 28, 2013 If your New Year's resolution is exercise exercise your brain, that is then cyberspace might be just the place for you A number of websites provide games and exercises designed to make brains work better, ranging from Japan
They still are, but it's hard to get a handle on precisely how big, despite the number of books available, the real estate they continue to claim in newspapers, and media company efforts to further monetize them and other kinds of brainteasers on a
Playing online puzzles like crosswords and wordsearch could help your brain stay active and reduce your risk of getting Alzheimer`s disease, scientists say...It is thought that spending 15 minutes a day doing a crossword, sudoku or another puzzle