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Chef Paula brings Cooking with the Stars to the JCC | Herald Community Newspapers

Chef Paula Gottlieb Herman hosts cooking classes across Long Island, including the Barry and Florence Friedberg JCC Cooking with Stars course in Oceanside for adults with special needs, such as Down syndrome or autism. The class, made up of 18 people, has been in person since October. On the menu …

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Health and well-being drive employee engagement, says GuineaPig co-founder

According to Indeed, 52% of American workers suffer from burnout, compared to 43% in the pre-pandemic Job Aggregator survey. Since spring 2020, businesses have been looking for digital experiences and virtual activities that can boost morale. This is more important than ever during the Great Resignation, during which record numbers …

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Canadian military website shows massive numbers on COVID-19

Defense Research and Development Canada Thunder Bay – COVID-19 Update – The Thunder Bay District Health Unit and Northwestern Health Unit say that due to changes in COVID-19 testing, testing has been limited due to new guidelines. In Manitoba, the actual number of COVID-19 cases is likely much higher – …

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Heavy Metal: PC Control Guides Steel Forming

Haeusler AG, based in Duggingen, Switzerland, is a leader in the implementation of large-scale installations for forming metal plates. Haeusler is a specialist machine manufacturer which now employs around 120 people. Since its founding in 1936, the company has developed a wide variety of machines and production lines, including customer-specific …

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Human trafficking at the center of the discussions and the press conference

Governor Greg Gianforte and Attorney General Austin Knudsen hosted a press conference at the Montana State Crime Lab in Missoula to draw attention to the topic of slavery and human trafficking in Montana. Surrounded by sheriff’s law enforcement and police departments, Governor Gianforte opened the meeting with this statement. “Human …

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End of Vernon County Biparty Clothing Drive for Afghan Refugees | News

Members of the Vernon County Democratic and Republican parties who gathered in November to collect clothing and personal items for refugees staying at Fort. McCoy says they have met the immediate needs of this population and are no longer collecting items. The group says the campaign was a success and …

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Why are there so many programming languages?

It was in the 1940s that the world’s first programming language named Plankalkül was developed. The first commercially launched programming language was FORTRAN (FORMula TRANslation) in 1956. Since then a number of new programming languages ​​have emerged. The list is quite long and includes the most common programming languages ​​like …

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why unsubscribing has never been so popular

The other day I received a non-negotiable annual bill that had swelled from last year. I watched it for a few minutes, resolved to pay it off, then immediately responded by canceling the media subscription at the top of my danger list. I had cut a discretionary purchase and would …

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A new open industry standard for class approval based on a 3D model

As the shipping and shipbuilding industry is making great strides in digitization, there are more opportunities for Classification to streamline and speed up its approval processes where the use of 3D models instead of drawings has become a reality. To date, plan approvals for new construction projects have been based …

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Search Party Season 5 Episode 6 Recap: Book of Judas

Research group Book of Judas Season 5 Episode 6 Editor’s Note 4 stars **** Photo: Jon Pack / HBOMax So my “Dr. Lombardo is not real” theory was wrong, but my “Portia gives Dory the woodcock’s special house” theory was dead. Win, lose, zombify a rat. Things weren’t going well …

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