Oxford Mail
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FALLING student numbers are forcing a college chain to cut almost 50 staff from its Oxfordshire campuses.
Daily Mail - Australia
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The Herald - Small Medium Business
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THE struggling owner of Frankie & Benny's has reported another period of falling sales as the firm presses ahead with its turnaround plan.
Daily Mail - Football
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Harry Kewell says he is falling in love with football again after taking over as manager of Crawley. The former Leeds, Liverpool and Australia winger was appointed by the League Two side earlier this week.
Global News
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The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority said heavy rainfall and high water levels in Lake Ontario have resulted in large chunks of the Bluffs falling and erosion along the park’s paths near the water.
BBC News 24
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amounts of rain half falling in the last 24 hours. -- are falling. That monsoon trough is lying from Sri Lanka at towards my unmarked at the moment. It will work its way towards South Asia
BBC News 24
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amounts of rain half falling in the last 24 hours. -- are falling
Bleacher Report
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And recently, Smith has gained some momentum, per Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News : Smith was originally in the range around the New York Knicks (No. 8) and Dallas Mavericks (No. 9), but the Philadelphia 76ers could be falling for the explosiveness seen in this highlight reel from Basketball Insiders' Tommy Beer: But if Philly goes more with conventional wisdom and takes the best player available (Kansas' Josh Jackson), Smith could slide. The Sacramento Kings (No. 5) could use a point guard, but Fox is pegged there in a lot of mock drafts. The next team linked to taking a 1 is the Knicks. They could go with Ntilikina, who was recently spotted working out in Carmelo Anthony's gym. Then, if the Mavericks decide they're content with Yogi Ferrell and Seth Curry, they could shoot for a Dirk Nowitzki replacement in Lauri Markkanen ( DraftExpress ' latest mock goes this direction).
MacRumors
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Having a complete overview makes it easier to recognize patterns and problems that are interfering with sleep, especially when it's easy to see right in the accompanying Beddit app. So is it accurate? For the most part, yes. My heart rate measurements were in line with what I see with my Apple Watch, and the respiration measurement and temperature were spot on too. Sleep time, sleep efficiency, and the time it took to fall asleep were areas where felt like I had less of a clear picture, though. Beddit provides an overall sleep score each night I'm a light sleeper and it often takes me a long time to fall asleep, but at the same time, I don't move a lot. Beddit could not tell the difference between when I was awake lying in bed and when I was actually asleep, whether it was when I was falling asleep for the first time or when I woke up in the middle of the night.
Collective Evolution
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If you're interested in trying to astral project, give the following techniques a shot: The Rope Technique This is actually the only technique I've tried, and I sort of had success! Though I didn't have a full-blown OBE, I definitely felt it coming on and left my body for a few moments, until I got too scared and decided to stop. Basically, all you do is envision an invisible rope hanging from the top of your ceiling, directly over your body. You then imagine that you're reaching out your astral body hands and slowly pull yourself up the imaginary rope. You may feel dizzy, which is completely normal. Keep concentrating on climbing the rope, hand over hand and very slowly, and don't stop until you've freed your astral body. Watch Yourself Falling Asleep This method requires you to be very diligent as you begin to fall asleep. Tell yourself that you're going to watch yourself fall asleep and actually stay conscious during the entire process, including when you enter into the dream state.
Daily Mail - Home
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In a new viral video, a girl is shown falling down a steep embankment while sitting on a red cooler. Before she pulls off the dangerous stunt, a friend appears to coach her on how to pull it off.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A mum whose seven-year-old son needed an emergency operation after falling off his bike claims she was forced to drive her badly injured son to hospital after being told there were no ambulances available. Adele Allen's son Harry fell from his bike on Moreton Close in Great Gonerby on Tuesday, May 23 at about 8pm and landed awkwardly, forcing his elbow to bend in the wrong direction, causing the bone to break through the skin. Adele immediately called 999 after her son came in and said:...
Bleacher Report
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The Guardian - Science
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That doesnt make you a genius though, but if you want a healthy mind, a healthy body can certainly help. However, if you do regular exercise and want to measure how many calories you burn, dont rely on fitness trackers, which are revealed to show a wide margin of error on calories consumed , but are far more accurate when monitoring heartbeat. Finally, fitness fanatics arent the only things on the move. Scientists say an extra layer of tectonic plates have been discovered within Earth’s mantle , which could explain a mysterious series of earthquakes in the Pacific. An finally another big and moving story from below the oceans, explaining why some species of whales, such as the blue whale, became so large . Research suggests that it was driven by changes in the distribution of their food in the ocean rather than falling water temperatures. Continue reading...
RT UK
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Washington Free Beacon
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The Forest Service oversees thousands of buildings that are unused, many that are falling apart, full of mold, and pose safety hazards, according to a new audit. The inspector general for the U.S. Department of Agriculture found that the Forest Service has compiled over $5 billion worth of repairs to buildings, roads, dams, and trails it operates. Officials admit they are becoming a "national junkyard" by overseeing thousands of decrepit buildings the government does not need. "During our fieldwork, we observed [Forest Service] buildings that were not inspected as well as buildings that forest officials stated had structural issues, mold growth, wide-spread rodent droppings, and other health and safety concerns including 20 buildings with concerns so severe that officials referred to them as red tagged,'" the inspector general reported .
Lincolnshire Echo
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A mum whose seven-year-old son needed an emergency operation after falling off his bike claims she was forced to drive her badly injured son to hospital after being told there were no ambulances available. Adele Allen's son Harry fell from his bike on Moreton Close in Great Gonerby on Tuesday, May 23 at about 8pm and landed awkwardly, forcing his elbow to bend in the wrong direction, causing the bone to break through the skin. Adele immediately called 999 after her son came in and said:...
Voice Of America
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BBC Radio London
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being told her not to run away because you only had one leg London's weather a fine and sunny into the day followed by a warm and muggy night temperatures only falling to around 17 degrees Celsius at 63 Fahrenheit now at the BBC Radio London travel this billy Reeves dua for the M25 both directions heading towards the river crossing at Dartford just you wait I think things have been proved around the Gray's Inn Road Kings Cross area after a nasty crash A10 Great Cambridge Road southbound at White Hart Lane slow because of an accident tendon stretch Golders Green stretch and Woodford stretch of the North Circular very busy at this evening A4 looking so heading out of town heading towards Chiswick and beyond what are the A40 very slow heading out of town from Shepherd's Bush at towards Greenford for.
Washington Free Beacon
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The Forest Service oversees thousands of buildings that are unused, many that are falling apart, full of mold, and pose safety hazards, according to a new audit. The inspector general for the U.S. Department of Agriculture found that the Forest Service has compiled over $5 billion worth of repairs to buildings, roads, dams, and trails it operates. Officials admit they are becoming a "national junkyard" by overseeing thousands of decrepit buildings the government does not need. "During our fieldwork, we observed [Forest Service] buildings that were not inspected as well as buildings that forest officials stated had structural issues, mold growth, wide-spread rodent droppings, and other health and safety concerns including 20 buildings with concerns so severe that officials referred to them as red tagged,'" the inspector general reported .
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