Thursday, 23 February 2017
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Sunglasses w/ Bottle Opener for $6 + free shipping

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As one of its daily deals, That Daily Deal offers these Sunglasses with Bottle Opener in Black for $5.99 with free shipping. That's tied with yesterday's mention, since expired, and $3 under the lowest total price we could find for a similar pair elsewhere. They feature 100% UV protection and a built-in bottle opener at the end of each arm. Deal ends today.

Anguilla - A blend of high style and low-key elegance

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Anguilla is a British overseas island territory that is tucked away in the northern Caribbean and nestled around unrivaled white beaches and deeply turquoise seas.


Tips for Enjoying the Beaches of the Amalfi Coast

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Although a seaside location, the Amalfi Coast's beaches are generally made of pebbles and rocks with deep sea. To find long stretches of sand, you must walk down long cliffside paths or steps to reach the sea. The best way to reach the beaches is to rent a boat.


For Honor Review - Glitch Cat

Added: 23.02.2017 18:57 | 0 views | 0 comments

Glitch Cat - When it comes down to it, For Honor is a thrilling and action-packed multiplayer brawler that invigorates with its unique combat systems and edge-of-your-seat battles. While its not perfect and its often frustrating due to the disconnection issues its currently facing, For Honor is a fun and surprisingly deep game that could have players hooked for quite a while if Ubisoft plays its cards right.

South Africa denies gunpoint query request

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South Africa's FA (Safa) denies receipt of a letter from the country's footballers union calling for an investigation into Clifton Miheso, the Kenyan who claims he was forced to end his contract at gunpoint in January.

Space dust deploy bubble parachutes on their fiery descent, scientists discover

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Bubbles acting like parachutes are deployed by some cosmic dust particles on their entry into Earth’s atmosphere, preventing them from burning up.

Stingless bees have their nests protected by soldiers

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Although stingless bees do not have a sting to fend off enemies, they are nonetheless able to defend their hives against attacks. Only four years ago it was discovered that a Brazilian bee species, the Jatai bee, has a soldier caste. The slightly larger fighters guard the entrance to the nest and grip intruders with their powerful mandibles in the event of an attack. Now researchers have identified four further species which produce a special soldier caste to defend their nests.

Sorting out risk genes for brain development disorders

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Gene discovery research is uncovering similarities and differences underlying a variety of disorders affecting the developing brain, including autism, attention deficits, tics, intellectual impairments, developmental delays and language difficulties. Researchers found some genes are more closely associated with autism and others with intellectual impairments, but many times there is overlap, indicating some genes pose broader risks. Certain genes were detected only in males with high-functioning autism.

Study finds resistant infections rising, with longer hospital stays for US children

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Infections caused by a type of bacteria resistant to multiple antibiotics are occurring more frequently in US children and are associated with longer hospital stays and a trend towards greater risk of death, according to a new study.

Link between aging, devastating lung disease discovered

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A new study has shown evidence linking the biology of aging with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a disease that impairs lung function and causes shortness of breath, fatigue, declining quality of life, and, ultimately, death. Researchers believe that these findings are the next step toward a possible therapy for individuals suffering from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

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