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Army corps in Chinas Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) are likely to have their unit numbers changed for the first time in their history as part of President Xi Jinpings efforts to reshape the worlds biggest army, military sources said. Serial numbers for the 13 army corps are likely restart from 71 and end at 83, a senior retired army officer in Beijing told the South China Morning Post. The PLA had up to 70 army corps numbered sequentially...
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Georgetown University is set to rename two buildings on campus in honor of people who were sold as slaves in Maryland in 1838. The renaming of the buildings is part of the university's effort to atone for profiting from the slave sale. (April 18)
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It's like they want the FJ Cruiser back but don't want to seem desperate. Well, this is what happens when you make bad decisions. "But... but... sales were slow." Well, at 13,000 units a year, there was still a market for the FJ Cruiser. Finally, I'm not at all happy about the limited-edition Maserati Ghibli Nerissimo. I mean I like the murdered, Mafia-style look, but I simply hate the Ghibli. A four-door can't be a Ghibli. The Ghibli is a two-door grand tourer. One that's gorgeous, loud, fast, and built in the late 1960s. Maserati was so desperate to capitalize on one of its greatest nameplates that it made a mess of it by putting the badge on a four-door. I don't like that a bit, and a black exterior plus a few extras inside doesn't make it any better. Rename it the Piccolo Quattroporte and I might actually like it.
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Independence War soldiers say Rehavam Zeevi, controversial general turned MK, was not part of 1948 battle for Jerusalem
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In most cases it was easy to create good pictures, even using the inbuilt software - Photoshop was particularly great to use thanks to being so fully featured. But again, I was left wishing for the laptop, which has simple keyboard shortcuts to quickly update and improve snaps the required level. It CAN be done on the iPad, but it's definitely a slower experience - and don't get me started on the excruciating methods to simply rename files. Up next: getting them on the server using FTP. For this I managed to download FTP Manager, which is free but only allows me to access files - not upload them, which required cashmoney. I'm all for paying for decent software, so I won't begrudge a cost, except for the fact FTP access is free and baked into a number of laptops. OK - pictures were up and available. Now it was into the web-based CMS to start putting it all together - and this was again laborious.
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Verizon has announced it will rename YahooOath’ after it combines the tech firm with AOL.
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"The name West Bengal is pushing the state backwards. I demand that the state be renamed as Bangla as people of the state want it," Soumitra Khan (TMC) said.
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Adweek
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Grey London is using the agency's own 100-year-old origin story as a springboard for an industry-wide call to embrace diversity and acceptance via a self-branding campaign, launching today, in which it will rename itself, for more than three months, as Valenstein Fatt, after its Jewish founders. It's 1917. New York is booming. Two young...
Adweek
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Grey London is using the agency's own 100-year-old origin story as a springboard for an industry-wide call to embrace diversity and acceptance via a self-branding campaign, launching today, in which it will rename itself, for more than three months, as Valenstein Fatt, after its Jewish founders. It's 1917. New York is booming. Two young...
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Exact Audio Copy is the free option. It takes a little time to set up ( audiophile forum Head-Fi has an excellent guide to get your started ) but the results are worth it. EAC employs a technology called AccurateRip, which uses data from users around the world to detect whether your rips are totally free from errors. No CD or DVD drive is perfect, and many will insert periods of silence into audio tracks where errors occur, so this verification is essential for making 1:1 copies of your discs. EAC can also find metadata for your musicfrom four different sources (complete with album art), rename files automatically, and normalize audio as it's processed. If you have the time to invest, you couldn't wish for more. Download here: Exact Audio Copy dbPowerAmp A premium CD ripper that makes archiving and encoding your music a breeze dBpoweramp is a premium CD ripper ( a license costs 32/US$39/AU$39 for a single PC ), but you can try it free for 21 days to make sure it's the tool for you.
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