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Gortletteragh keeps hopes of survival alive as they strike late to shock Leitrim Gaels

Back to the wall and led by two points, Gortletteragh significantly caught a lifeline in this year’s Connacht Gold SFC when they scored two goals in the final ten minutes to shock Leitrim Gaels in front of their delighted fans on Saturday night. After suffering losses in their first two …

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Pilkington UK uses hydrogen in its glass manufacturing process

Pilkington UK manufactured architectural glass at its factory in St Helens, UK, using hydrogen in a world-first test. The trial is a key step in the manufacturer’s plans to decarbonize and could see a transition to using hydrogen to power all of the site’s production, which currently uses natural gas. …

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10 students who can surpass their teachers

The life of a hero is not easy for the characters of the hit animated series My hero university. In the popular series, characters young and old alike use superhuman abilities called Quirks to protect society from bad guys. Unlike its contemporaries, the world of My hero university creates an …

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Corto Maltese is a comic book masterpiece and shouldn’t be known as a mere reference to “The Suicide Squad”

Over the past few weeks, something related to a DC property has annoyed me. Like so many boring things about DC Comics, it involves Frank Miller. As someone who has learned to read through European comics, especially those from the Franco-Belgian industry, it saddens me to see the insularity of …

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Lukaku can kiss ‘Bully flat’ tag to fix Tuchel’s Chelsea problem

Chelsea broke their transfer record to sign Romelu Lukaku, a player they had allowed to leave when he was younger to ensure he fulfills his potential. In doing so, the Blues have prepared the striker for arguably the most important period of his career. Thomas Tuchel has made it clear …

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Life in a Suitcase: Nick Lodolo, Not Just Another Guy

Is it a cutter? Or a fastball? Maybe a curve? Maybe a cursor? For 44 innings, hitters from Pensacola and Birmingham and other southern cities wouldn’t answer that question correctly. The man in front of them raised his right leg while keeping his arms folded over his waist. As he …

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Four apartments and a lesson in life | Community

Sam Houston is the editor of Hood County News. He is also an actor, writer, playwright, performer and entertainment producer / promoter. Soil in the area immediately north of Oklahoma City is mostly red clay. When the Oklahoma sun hits, the ground hardens like pottery and when a truck rolls …

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Bernard Morley’s verdict as Chester FC win praise against Bolton Wanderers

Chester FC co-coach Bernard Morley was encouraged by yet another clean sheet as his side drew a goalless home draw against the Bolton Wanderers. Morley was unhappy with his team’s defense in a 4-3 loss to Trafford last week – but saw them react with Saturday’s 3-0 home win over …

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iMedia announces accretive acquisition of Synacor portal

MINNEAPOLIS, August 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – iMedia Brands, Inc. (“iMedia” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: IMBI) announced that on July 30, 2021, the Company completed the acquisition of the portal from Synacor and the Advertising business segment. Financial terms were not disclosed. This acquisition is another example of iMedia’s strategy …

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Thousands of Utahns celebrate the return of this 47-day tradition

Paola Sepulveda puts on an indigenous Pueblo penachos to parade in the 47 Days parade with the Mexican Consulate in Salt Lake City on Friday, July 23, 2021 (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY – The 47 Days Parade has been a part of Leah Muse’s life for over …

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