Day: May 6, 2022

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BOSEbuild Speaker Cube

Build a Bluetooth speaker with Bose-quality sound Personalize your Speaker Cube with cool lights and interchangeable covers Included app (for Apple devices) guides you through hands-on activities Explore speaker components (coil, magnet and paper) and learn how they make sound Intended for Children 8 and older. Compatibility-Wireless- Any device with Bluetooth 3.0 or higher (including […]

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Another Open Letter to Senator Elizabeth Warren

Dear Senator Warren: Please help us keep crypto bipartisan. In a period of polarized politics, there are some things we need to do together. Crypto investing is one of them. I think you can be a force for tremendous good within the crypto industry. But when I read your letter to Fidelity CEO Abigail Johnson […]

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Best Long-Term Stablecoin Interest Rates

Today’s savers are seeking out stablecoins. Here’s why. Banks are paying almost zero interest. Inflation is soaring. This means your dollar – the money we all think is fixed and immovable – is quickly losing its value. If inflation is 8%, your dollar is losing 8% of its value each year: $ 100 this year […]

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17 Gilford Park: a case study in Ireland’s dubious planning and enforcement processes. Paul Hyde, who was one of two Bord Pleanála members who awarded the planning permission to his brother Stefan, and the brothers’ father are connected to Fine Gael

Number 17 Gilford Park, Sandymount, in Dublin 4 is one semi-detached half of a structure adjoining number 15 which is in registered in the ownership of a Mr Anthony Duffy. The sale of No 17 went through in the second half of 2021 for € 960,000. It was sold to Caroline Barron and her husband […]

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Biden White House Refuses to Condemn ‘Disgusting’ Efforts to Intimidate Supreme Court Justices

White House press secretary Jen Psaki refused to say if President Joe Biden condemned efforts to intimidate Supreme Court justices by posting their addresses online and protesting outside their homes. A left-wing group called Ruth Sent Us published the home addresses of the court’s six conservative justices online, called them “extremist,” and on Tuesday announced […]

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World News

UK Regulator Will Have The Power To Impose Steep Fines On Big Tech

UK Regulator Will Have The Power To Impose Steep Fines On Big Tech. The UK’s newly established Big Tech regulator will have broad authority to punish megacorporations that it deems anti-competitive. According to TechCrunch, the country’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS) has revealed that the Digital Markets Unit will have the authority […]

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Poll reveals Austrians’ stance on joining NATO

Some 75% of respondents oppose the idea of ​​their country joining the US-led military bloc The vast majority of Austrians are against becoming part of NATO, a poll has revealed. In a survey conducted earlier this month by Austria’s Institute for Opinion Polls and Data Analysis and commissioned by the Austria Press Agency, 75% of […]

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Russische Wirtschaft: Alles so normal hier

zeit.de Pur Nutzen Sie zeit.de mit weniger Werbung und ohne Werbetracking für 1,20 € / Woche (for Digital-Subscription 0,40 € / Woche). Bereits PUR-Abonnent? Hier anmelden. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs […]

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What is it like fighting a guy who is nicknamed The Highlight? 'It's like fighting a zombie'

Eddie Alvarez looked like he was holding a golf ball in his mouth, and his right cheek was comically swollen. To compound matters, Alvarez’s left leg was barely mobile due to numerous hard kicks to it. In Detroit, the former UFC lightweight champion was embroiled in the third round of a back-and-forth barnburner with Justin […]

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How did “prestige horror” come about?

Trailer, The Northman (2022). Kristin here: Ever since last August I have been venturing into our local multiplexes to see movies. Fully vaccinated, twice boosterized, wearing a mask, and attending weekday matinees in the company of maybe four to ten other people, I have felt safe. It’s great to see movies on the big screen […]

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