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Enclean USA protects against mold, 10-year guaranty

Shepard Doniger, Enclean, USA Published 12:30 a.m. ET Sept. 23, 2017 CLOSE Aging Gracefully Saint Peter’s Healthcare System Mold and/or mildew from a water leak has forced closed the locker rooms at New Brunswick’s Memorial Stadium until they can be replaced or repaired.(Photo: PHOTO BY BOB MAKIN)   TREASURE ISLAND, FL. –  With housing starts up nationwide, especially in southern and ...

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C-USA women’s soccer

Bill Knight, El Paso Times Published 10:28 p.m. MT Sept. 22, 2017 Alyssa Palacios(Photo: UTEP Athletics) One brief moment when one thing went wrong and, on this beautiful desert Friday night, that was enough to spell heartbreak for UTEP. UAB senior Rachel Green was briefly left unmarked off a short corner kick from teammate Amy Brewer and she buried it ...

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USA and Oxygen Acquire Rerun Rights to ‘Chicago P.D.’

USA Network and Oxygen have cut a deal for the rerun rights to NBC’s “Chicago P.D.” The drama series hails from producer Dick Wolf’s prolific Wolf Entertainment banner based at Universal Television. The series is heading into its fifth season its NBC. “Chicago P.D.” is one of three Chicago-based procedurals that have become pillars of NBC’s primetime lineup. “Chicago Fire” ...

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Scots set for USA South opener | Sports

As important as the first three games of the season were for Maryville College, the key stretch of the Scots’ football season starts today. MC starts its title defense when it opens USA South play with a road trip to North Carolina Wesleyan at 1 p.m., kicking off a stretch of a seven consecutive conference games to close out the ...

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Syrian activist and her daughter fatally stabbed in Turkey, Middle East News & Top Stories

ISTANBUL (NYTIMES) – A Syrian activist and her daughter, a journalist, have been found murdered in their apartment in Istanbul, family and friends reported on social media on Friday (Sept 22). Orouba Barakat, 60, and her daughter, Halla Barakat, 22, were discovered on Thursday night in Uskudar, on the Asian side of the city. The news was first announced on ...

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Giving the Finger to Turning Point USA

In Giving Students the Finger, I wrote about an August 25 incident at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in which Kaitlyn Mullen, a sophomore promoting Turning Point USA (TPUSA) and recruiting students to form a UNL chapter, was given the finger by Courtney Lawton, a graduate student and lecturer in English. No one has questioned my argument that giving students ...

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Zim model lands film roles in Canada

CANADA-based Zimbabwean model, Yolanda Chimbarami’s star continues to shine. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO The striking beauty has broken new ground after landing roles in forthcoming movies, How It Ends and Snowed Inn. The projects will afford her an opportunity to rub shoulders with internationally acclaimed actors. It appears Chimbarami’s move to Canada as a banking and finance student at the University ...

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