Monthly Archives: October 2022

60 MW wind project: installation of the first turbine completed

The installation of the first turbine of the country’s largest 60 MW wind project, under construction at Khurushkul in Cox’s Bazar, has been successfully completed. Minister of State for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid revealed the development on Monday through a Facebook post. “We expect power generation (from …

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Air Travel News: Frontier Cadet Program Requires No Experience

Dubbed the summer of travel hell for air travel, increased travel demand and a severe labor shortage have caused thousands of canceled and delayed flights in recent months. Now, airlines are doing whatever it takes to avoid these problems in the future. And in the case of Frontier, that means …

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The Dubuque program helps girls explore the future in the trades

DUQUBUE, IOWA – Madison Duve stood at a table in an industrial technology classroom at Hempstead High School last week in Dubuque, using a bottle of wood glue to attach two pieces of wood at right angles. Eighth-grade middle school student Eleanor Roosevelt was participating in a career exploration program …

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SHADOWS, the site-specific sculptural installation by Fanny Allié, will open at Bella Abzug Park in November

The Hudson Yards Hell’s Kitchen Alliance has announced that Shadows, an installation of ten new site-specific sculptures created by multimedia artist Fanny Allié for Bella Abzug Park (542 W 36th St., New York, NY 10018), will open to the public on Thursday, November 10. Shadows invites people to experience Bella …

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IDPH launches $12 million grant program to reduce lead poisoning in children

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) – In recognition of Childhood Lead Poisoning Awareness Week, the Illinois Department of Health is offering $12 million in grants to communities for reduction and prevention projects. lead attenuation. The program aims to increase the safety of lead homes, reduce lead exposure in children, and reduce the …

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Tiburon endorses outdoor art installation

Tiburon is planning a colorful art installation to adorn the South Knoll this spring and summer. The city council unanimously approved a project proposal made by Heritage and Arts Commission Vice Chairman Arjun Gupta during a meeting on October 19. Artist Thomas Jackson’s installation consists of colorful, lightweight pieces of …

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Statewide program helps explain Medicare complexities

Advertisement Article: This article is from a special section that was not produced by the newsroom. Many of the decisions older workers have to make when considering retirement are so daunting that coping with them can feel like more work than staying at work. But Medicare doesn’t have to be …

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Carpal Tunnel Exercises and Stretches to Overcome Wrist Pain

Carpal tunnel syndrome, which is a painful wrist and hand condition, can be surprisingly limiting. Suddenly, activities like typing or texting on your phone, playing basketball or tennis, playing a musical instrument, or even driving can become uncomfortable. The good news is that you can perform very basic stretches and …

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ERDC’s Martinez-Guerra applies military installation expertise to Jackson water crisis > Engineers Research and Development Center > News

VICKSBURG, Mississippi – By now many have heard of the recent water crisis affecting the town of Jackson, Mississippi. However, many may not realize that a research environmental engineer from the Environmental Laboratory of the U.S. Army Engineers Research and Development Center (ERDC), Dr. Edith Martinez-Guerra, applied her expertise to …

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Skeptics Denounce Crypto Bill and SBF’s ‘Industry Standards Handbook’ as Bad for DeFi

As the cryptoverse debated a US bill on Wednesday that would “kill DeFi,” crypto mogul Sam Bankman-Fried launched a set of self-imposed industry standards to “create clarity and protect customers.” DeFi purists weren’t amused by the twin threats. Gabriel Shapiro, general counsel at Delphi Labs, leak a 2022 Digital Products …

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New anti-poverty program covers five counties

DALLAS TWP. — A major new effort to lift families out of poverty spans five counties and involves more than two dozen organizations. One of them, Misericordia University, hosted a media event on Thursday to unveil the scale and multigenerational goals of “Parent Pathways of Northeastern Pennsylvania.” “ The program …

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Pune Zilla Parishad publishes doctors’ manual to improve the quality of diagnosis

Pune Zilla Parishad has published a doctors’ manual as part of a new initiative to improve the quality of medical diagnosis. The manual aims to update doctors with the latest Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) protocols. The manual prepared by a group of practicing physicians has undergone extensive peer …

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USDA announces $1.3 billion debt relief package for 36,000 farmers

DES MOINES, Iowa — The federal government on Tuesday announced a program that will provide $1.3 billion in debt relief to about 36,000 farmers who have fallen behind on loan repayments or are facing foreclosure. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the Agricultural Loan Relief Program funded from $3.1 billion …

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Top 5 Best Payday Loans No Credit Check

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Fall art installation ‘Here Lies Darby Vassall’ makes the invisible visible at Christ Church

Nicole Piepenbrink’s art installation ‘Here Lies Darby Vassall’ at Christ Church, Cambridge. (Photo: Cambridge History) If Cantabrians have heard of Darby Vassall, their knowledge is more than likely centered on the story he told later in life of his childhood encounter with General George Washington. Shortly after arriving in Cambridge …

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The hypothesis at the top of the textbook for the title of the seventh region

After knocking out the Seventh Region Sacred Heart Academy kingpin on Thursday, Assumption High School football coach Tammy Hailey worried about emotional disappointment in Saturday’s regional championship game. She therefore gathered her team on Saturday morning and delivered a message: “Listen, it’s done, it’s over,” Hailey said. “We have to …

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Nutrition Improvement Program for Rural Compulsory School Students Benefits 350 Million Chinese Students | Kathmandu Grandstand

By Wu Yue, People’s Daily The pupils have grown taller and stronger since the nutrition imA promotion program for rural students in compulsory education has been launched, said Li Ming, principal of an elementary school in Xiji County, Guyuan, northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. The program provides students with …

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Nerds Rewatch: ‘Manifest’ Season 3, Episodes 8-9 & More

We are again with the next two episodes of our Nerds Rewatch Manifest sequence, featuring episodes 8 and 9 of season 3. After discovering a brand new potential link to 828, Dr. can have serious consequences because a secret that Saanvi harbors puts her in danger. After Ben and Michaela …

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FIFA 23 FGS Swaps Program Guide

The competitive season for FIFA 23 is underway and EA Sports has released the FGS Swaps SBC in Ultimate Team to celebrate the return of the premier esports league for FIFA. These Squad Building Challenges are designed around a token-based system that encourages fans to watch live EA esports events …

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Solar Workgroup of Southwest Virginia Celebrates Installation of Wise Elementary School > Appalachian Voices

As Solar Panels Go Up at Wise School, Solar Workgroup Continues Efforts to Expand Renewable Energy in Virginia’s Coal Counties FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOctober 12, 2022 CONTACTEmma Kelly, New Economy Field Coordinator, (865) 585-4939, [email protected] Radmacher, Media Specialist, (540) 798-6683, [email protected] WISE, Va. – On Tuesday, members of the Southwest Virginia …

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Should you get a pet loan? – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Dogs, cats and other pets bring great joy to our lives, but caring for them can be expensive. Americans spent $123.6 billion on their pets in 2021, …

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The City of Asheville invites you to experience the latest art installation for Art in the Heart

Art in the Heart is a way to unite, heal and strengthen community. The goal is to use art to spark conversation and ideas on how to make Pack Square Plaza – a central gathering place and hub of activity for the region – a place that reflects the diverse …

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Union Minister Smriti Irani releases Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Operation Manual

The Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) and the Ministry of Minority Affairs organized “Betiyan Banein Kushal”. This is an interministerial conference on non-traditional livelihoods (NTL) for adolescent girls on the occasion of the International Day of the Girl. Union Minister for Women and Child Development, Smt Smriti Zubin …

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California Consumer Privacy Act/GDPR/ISO/HIPAA/SOX/CobiT/FIPS Compliant/WFH

DUBLIN, October 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “United States Security Manual Template – 2022 Gold Edition” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Security and data protection are a priority and this template is an essential tool for every CIO and IT department. Over 3,000 companies worldwide have acquired …

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Birmingham scheme aims to boost pupils’ reading skills and tackle crime

Do you want more information on national education? Join the Alabama Education Lab for free each week newsletter, Ed Chat. Two Birmingham-area schools are among recipients of a $107,000 grant-funded effort to tackle long-term crime prevention in the metro area. Volunteers and community advocates work with Better Basics, an organization …

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Egypt launches pilot program to teach Chinese in middle schools

CAIRO — A ceremony was held recently at the Confucius Institute of Cairo University to launch a pilot program for teaching Chinese in Egyptian colleges and a training program for Egyptian teachers. Zhang Tao, charge d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Egypt, said in a video message that 12 Egyptian …

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MLB The Show 22 Fall Stars Featured Schedule Guide – All Rewards, Missions, How To Earn XP, And More

MLB The Show 22 Diamond Dynasty’s latest program, the Fall Stars program, officially launched on October 7. This program will span the remainder of October and will feature nine new 99 OVR program patterns. Users will be able to get five of them from the program, as well as interesting …

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AHIVOY diversifies the American wine trade

The days when wine was reserved for old whites are over. The American wine industry is finally changing with the times and with that comes an industry that is much more representative of its surroundings. The Latinx community in particular has long been a part of the American wine landscape, …

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Leviton Receives Two Gold Medals in 2022 Wiring Installation and Maintenance Innovators Awards

New FLX-1™ and VXC technology ™ Coupler and plenum assemblies recognized as innovative products BOTHEL, Wash., October 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Leviton today announced that its new FLX-1™ technology and VXC™ coupler and plenum assemblies have been recognized among the best in the industry by the 2022 Cabling Installation & …

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Handbook for military disasters needed

Residents living in and around the town of Gangreung, Gangwon, were left terrified overnight after one of two Hyunmoo-2 ballistic missiles the South Korean military fired on Tuesday night in response to the missile’s provocation North Korea’s Intermediate Range Ballistic (IRBM) earlier. daylight has fallen near the area where they …

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EHNAC and CARIN Alliance launch new accreditation program

The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission and the CARIN Alliance have partnered to bring both the CARIN Code of Conduct and the EHNAC Criteria Review Process to health plans, health systems, healthcare providers DSE and others to report to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on their data practices …

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I-25 Southwest Frontage Road near Timnath closed for subsurface drainage installation October 3-21

As the Colorado Department of Transportation continues with I-25 widening and drainage improvements, crews will install an underground drainage line, culvert and entrance under the Southwest Frontage Road between Colorado Route 392 and the Kechter Road as part of the 100-year flood prevention portion of this project. To safely place …

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Hertz, etc Delivers a Major Spark to American Electric Vehicles

News has broken out in recent days that may well inject rocket fuel into the booming electric vehicle economy. On September 20, Massachusetts and Washington came together in a webinar to reveal joint plans to reduce sales of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035. That’s when car sales at new gasoline …

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