Adweek
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According to Deep Focus chief creative officer John Reid, the GIF portrait is somewhat of a living, breathing tribute wall, which will continue to collect images even after Obamas term ends and Donald Trump is inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. I feel like this election was so toxic, Reid said. Such a weird time in American history. I feel like this one was so tough that we wanted to do something positive and remember that the country is in a way better place than it was eight years ago. The agency is hoping someone will be able to share the link with Obama himself so he can see the thousands of people showing their appreciation for his service. This is meant to be a shining light in the darkness of the divisive past six months, Reid said.
Plymouth Herald
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A man has been airlifted to hospital after three car collision closed a main road. Exeter road has been closed in Newton Poppleford at the Halfway Inn.One elderly man was trapped in car but reported to be conscious and breathing.He has now been taken to hospital by the Air Ambulance, but he said to be in a stable condition and his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.Two other occupants from the other vehicles are out of their cars. Their injuries are unknown, but a woman is being...
Techradar
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But back in this world you'll just have to trust us that if you've ever used or laughed at a GIF then GIPHY is worth downloading. It features the world's largest library of moving pictures, sorted across various categories, which, along with a search tool, makes it easy to find the perfect one for any situation. Browsing is fun, but the real appeal of GIPHY is being able to easily share your findings in emails, messages and social media, breathing new life into your reactions and greetings. With Call Recorder ACR the days of having a pen and paper to hand to write down important information mid-call are over. The app will record your calls for you, as you can probably guess from the name, and it records both sides of the conversation, so you won't just be listening to the soothing tones of your own voice. If you regularly find yourself scrambling for a pen you can set it to start recording every call automatically, but if you want to be a bit pickier that's easy to do too, with various filters or the option to just start recording manually.
Liverpool Echo
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Politico
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“The first 200 days will really be much more than tweaks around the edges. There will be fundamentally large and robust debates that happen around real policy,” he said. On foreign policy, all over the world, allies are past holding their breaths and onto breathing into brown paper bags. The order that America’s helped enshrine, not just under Barack Obama’s 21 st century globalism or since the end of the Cold War or the end of World War II, but going all the way back to Woodrow Wilson, is certainly going to be different, but no one quite knows how. “There are not any assurances that this administration has made to foreign leaders about what the incoming administration will do,” Obama’s press secretary Josh Earnest said on Tuesday at his final White House briefing. Trump’s comments about NATO being obsolete, tilting toward Russia and reorienting priorities in Asia have the whole globe on edge.
Daily Mail - Home
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TIME - Top Stories
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(HOUSTON) Doctors treating former President George H.W. Bush for pneumonia considered Thursday whether to take out a breathing tube while his wife, Barbara, said she was feeling much better after undergoing treatment for bronchitis. Family spokesman Jim McGrath said physicians for the 92-year-old Bush were evaluating him for removal of the tube, which was inserted Wednesday in a procedure to clear his airway. The 41st president has been in the intensive care unit at Houston Methodist Hospital since Wednesday, relying on a ventilator to breathe. Removing the tube a procedure known as extubation would allow Bush to breathe on his own. He was struggling to breathe when he was admitted to the hospital Saturday. Bush had a good night's rest and remained in stable condition, McGrath said. We are hopeful he will be discharged from the ICU in a few days.
Autocar
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But as they gain rarity, they gain breathing space around them and it’s possible to see them for what they were in context – what rules they broke at the time. Patience is needed. London’s South Bank received it. In thousands of scrapyards, there are millions of future classics that did not.
YourNewsWire
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A six-week-old baby from Louisiana was found dead just ten days after a hospital nurse forcibly gave the infant eight routine vaccines against the mother's instincts. Aysia Hope Clark was born over one month prematurely when doctors advised her mother that her baby daughter should be given eight doses of vaccinations into her tiny body. Vactruth.com reports: Ten days later, which is a critical time children die from vaccine-related injuries, Aysia stopped breathing, her heart stopped beating and she died while sleeping on her mother’s arm. The pathologist’s opinion was that Aysia died from positional asphyxiation related to co-sleeping and being born prematurely, without having to prove this is what she died from. There was no mention on her autopsy report that she had been recently vaccinated. Aysia’s parents, Hope Doucet and Joseph Clark, were informed the burden of proof was shifted onto them, to prove Aysia died from the vaccines and that it would be nearly impossible to receive any compensation from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
BBC One Yorkshire
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Just the way it is, it's Leeds. It's true that nitrous oxide isn't the most dangerous drug around. It's still used by dentists and by doctors to help women in labour and it's also the gas in whipped cream canisters. But in an uncontrolled environment it can kill. When you breathe in nitrous oxide, it's absorbed really quickly into the body and it goes straight to the brain and it can cause unconsciousness within 30 to 45 seconds. The unconscious human being is at risk and if there are not people around to support their airways, support their breathing, you can die as a result of unconsciousness.
BBC One East
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How many falls in the last year? would have taken longer in AE. How many falls in the last year? Be carried out an ECG and pulse checks and breathing. My colleague has assessed his walking and mobility.
BBC News 24
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But in dark blue, here, Britain's anaconda won in straight sets. Save the shocks for another court, this one was conned's. I definitely look to really make my stamp on the much -- I looked to impose myself on her. I knew that if I was going to give her any breathing room or opportunity that she was just going to become more and more dangerous, so I did try my best to not let that happen, and after getting that break in the first set, I felt I did a good job of running with the momentum a bit.
ABC News - United States
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Northampton Chronicle & Echo
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BBC One Yorkshire
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The unconscious human being is at risk and if there are not people around to support their airways, support their breathing, you can die as a result of unconsciousness.
BBC News 24
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I knew that if I was going to give her any breathing room or any opportunity she was going to become more and more dangerous, so I did try my best to not let that happen and getting that break in the first set, I did a good job of running her down. British number two Heather Watson is out.
Sputnik International
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Politico
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Though the health care law left mostly untouched the employer-based system of coverage through which most Americans get their health coverage, the individual market — including the exchanges that provide subsidized coverage to Americans who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid — is struggling, he said. “We’re like the ambulance team that comes on the scene of accident, and there’s carnage everywhere,” he said. “Well, first you stop the bleeding, then you get ’em breathing. You do these things and then you begin to rebuild the system. If you do nothing ... the patient gets worse.”
BBC News 24
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I looked to impose myself on the match early, and I knew that if I was going to give her any breathing room or any opportunity that she was just going to become more and more dangerous, so I did try my best not to let that happen, and after getting that break in the first set, I felt I did a good job and also running with the momentum of it, and that also helped.
BBC News 24
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Mr Bush, who is 92, is said to be stable after undergoing a procedure to ease his breathing. His wife, Barbara, who is 91, has been admitted to the same hospital in Dallas as a precaution, suffering from fatigue and a cough. The Government's being urged to make sure all victims of crime in England and Wales can make statements about how it's affected them.
Plymouth Herald
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Fire crews were called to Crownhill to attend a car fire last night which they believe was started deliberately.The blaze was reported in Elgin Crescent at around midnight on January 19.One fire engine from Crownhill attended and when the crew arrived they confirmed the vehicle was 'well alight'.Crews got to work to extinguish the fire using one hose reel and two breathing apparatus, a spokesperson for Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue said.The car was severely damaged by fire...
BBC News 24
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Mr Bush, who is 92, is said to be stable after undergoing a procedure to ease his breathing. His wife, Barbara, who is 91, has been admitted to the same hospital in Dallas as a precaution, suffering from fatigue and a cough. The world's primates face an "extinction crisis" with 60% of species now threatened with extinction, according to research published in the journal 'Science Advances'.
BBC News 24
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You are enormously reliant on a team. The former US president, George Bush senior, has been moved to intensive care in the hospital in Texas where he has been receiving treatment for pneumonia since Saturday. Mr Bush, who is 92, is said to be stable after undergoing a procedure under sedation to ease his breathing.