ITV
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Someone says they have a dog Monitoring app. Lots of people talking about the fact they can talk to them through that. John says they have a camera, they can talk to their dogs through the day. They will come before, walk them after, give them lots of.
Nottingham Evening Post
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An appeal is being made to the public to help find a missing 80-year-old woman.Nottinghamshire Police officers are concerned for the whereabouts of pensioner Sylvia Bowser.Mrs Bowser is thought to have left her home in Sprydon Walk, Clifton, this morning (April 27) shortly after 3am, and hasn't been seen since.Read more: Watch: Ten men are found guilty after Forest and County fans brawl at barShe is described as a white woman, 5ft 5in tall with white hair. She is possibly wearing glasses and a...
ITV
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behaviour and want to sort it out. There are things you can do. Could you get someone to call in or take the dog out for a walk? Maybe a series of toys or obstacles? Maybe garden access?.
ITV
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concern are crying out for people who love dogs but are too frail to walk them. We filmed another dog at home. We showed the footage to its owner. It is distressing footage
ITV
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million new homes, 1 million new homeowners, and an investment in social housing for a generation. To talk about seven years of failure, since then, we have seen how ownership fall, the lowest rate for 30 years. Homelessness has doubled. Central London, you cannot walk around the streets without people sleeping in shop doorways. That.
Southern Daily Echo
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Herald Courier
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Herald Courier
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Virginia High won it with two runs in the bottom of the seventh.
Mashable
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Hollywood is doing its best to figure out virtual reality , often with less than compelling results. But a small group of VR producers at this year's Tribeca Film Festival have successfully innovated their way through experimental territory that big studios have not yet dared to tread, using physical objects and even live actors in their experiences. SEE ALSO: SpaceVR, SpaceX to launch VR camera into space, bringing the astronaut experience to all Let's start with the very cool and end with the absolutely mind-blowing. Blackout is an attempt to give all big city commuters the super powers they've always wanted: the power to read the minds of your fellow riders. Using gaze-based tracking, the experience allows you to walk through the subway car and, when you stop and stare at a particular person (a real person who has been captured volumetrically ), that person's inner monologue begins playing in your ears, delivering a kind of telepathic eavesdropping effect.
Herald Courier
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The Washington Times - Baseball
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Digital Trends
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Bleacher Report
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No matter what you may have heard, it's absolutely not true that Eric Thames came out of nowhere to become baseballs April home run sensation. He came out of Korea, where he won MVP honors for the NC Dinos by hitting 47 home runs in a season. He came out of the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system, where he displayed his power impressively but only occasionally. He came out of Pepperdine University in California, where a Blue Jays scout named Jon Lalonde fell in love with a powerful bat. You walk into the park some days and you just get that feeling, that Im seeing a major league hitter, Lalonde said Wednesday. Its the feeling everyone gets when they watch Thames hit for the Milwaukee Brewers this month. The 11 home runs have come in just 90 plate appearances, Hes hit fastballs, sliders and changeups, pitches as fast as 96 mph and as slow as 72, according to MLB .
Breitbart News
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Wednesday on the Laura Ingrahams nationally syndicated radio show, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel said if Congress doesnt help President Donald Trump begin to build the U.S.-Mexico border wall, voters will walk away from the GOP in 2018. Ingraham asked, The President comes out yesterday and says there’s going to be a wall. So what is the RNC doing specifically to push the Trump agenda and help it get traction in Congress?” McDaniel replied, “Well I think part of it is communicating to our lawmakers what we are seeing on the ground. And Im from Michigan. I was part of the Trump movement as a Michigan chair, and I know that our voters are going to hold us accountable in 2018 if we do not keep the campaign promises that were made. When you get to Washington, sometimes you forget what was said outside and its important that we bring that back to Washington and let them hear what the voters expect of this government and of the president.
Herald Courier
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BBC Two England
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I have always said to people that you don't find your form here, you have got to bring your gaming here and have confidence that you're going to play well. Not be playing poorly and then thing, oh, I am just going to spark when the curtain opens, or you walk down those steps
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
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BBC Parliament
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But in the Commons, opposition MPs accused her of "playing fast and loose" with the Welsh economy. The Prime Minister has said that she's prepared to walk away from the negotiating table without a trade deal with the EU. The Foreign Secretary has said that no deal would be no problem. And yet no deal, as we've heard, could see tariffs of 30% to 40%.
Politico
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“We dont want rich people to walk off with more money,” he said in an interview. Moore suggested that there could be a penalty for firms that dont re-invest the tax windfall in their businesses. “You could potentially have a thing where if you take it out, you’re taxed at dividend or personal income tax rate,” he said. “But if you put income back into the company, then you would get the lower rate.” That’s basically how corporate taxes currently work. Many people worry that changing the pass-through rate will also create a new loophole for the wealthy, encouraging them to reclassify their income as small business income to avoid the now-higher individual tax rates. Trump’s proposal would have just three rates on the individual side, at 10, 25 and 35 percent, so wealthy people could reduce their tax burden by getting paid as small businesses instead.
Politico
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“We dont want rich people to walk off with more money,” he said in an interview. Moore suggested that there could be a penalty for firms that dont re-invest the tax windfall in their businesses. “You could potentially have a thing where if you take it out, you’re taxed at dividend or personal income tax rate,” he said. “But if you put income back into the company, then you would get the lower rate.” That’s basically how corporate taxes currently work. Many people worry that changing the pass-through rate will also create a new loophole for the wealthy, encouraging them to reclassify their income as small business income to avoid the now-higher individual tax rates. Trump’s proposal would have just three rates on the individual side, at 10, 25 and 35 percent, so wealthy people could reduce their tax burden by getting paid as small businesses instead.
BBC One London
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If you use your card, you will pay £5 commission. You need cash. I pay mainly on card. So, yeah, sweet. This cafe doesn't take cash any more. We don't have to count cash on a daily and weekly basis, we don't have to hold and walk around with thousands of pounds worth of cash,.
Politico
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The Trump administration is considering an executive order on withdrawing the U.S. from NAFTA — and initial reaction on Capitol Hill to the planned move has been mostly negative. A draft order has been submitted for final stages of review and could be unveiled late this week or early next, two White House officials told POLITICO. The effort, which still could change in coming days as more officials weigh in, would indicate the administration’s intent to withdraw from the sweeping Clinton-era pact by triggering the timeline set forth in the deal. The approach appears designed to extract better terms from Canada and Mexico. But it raises the possibility the Trump administration could walk away from one of the largest trade deals on the planet after having already pulled the U.S. out of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, a 12-nation deal that the Obama administration saw as a way to cement American influence over Asia-Pacific trade.
Techradar
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This is a mega-rare item, but we found it available via Yahoo Taiwan . This thing looks like a mash-up of every single control pad in history. The AlphaGrip has a trackball, a fully functioning QWERTY keyboard and an array of buttons on the back that would make even the most experienced of woodwind players feel a little faint. If you truly want one of these, they're currently out of stock via the above link. However, its creator promises that an updated model is in the works. We get it, VR is the future, but it's still early. The two biggest contenders, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are still in their youth, making for a still rather limited experience. Walking around in real life, for example, doesn't exactly equate to traversal in-game. With Virtuix Omni , however, you're free to walk around unbounded by the square footage of your living room.
Voice Of America
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Young, who never left South Los Angeles, has watched the community's demographics change over the years. It's now predominantly Hispanic with a smattering of white arrivals, and he believes that's good. “People in the neighborhood need to work together — black, Hispanic, even white people — and they are coming back here, if slowly but surely,” he says. “If you all work together, if everybody works together, you can keep the peace.'' Walking through fire There may have been a riot going on, but 16-year-old college-bound Aurea Montes-Rodriguez had a field trip to Washington, D.C., to prepare for, so she wasn't about to miss class on April 30, 1992. That's where she was when word came down that things had gotten so bad on the riot's second day that the city was shutting down bus service. She'd have to walk 3 miles (5 kilometers) past scores of burning buildings to get home.