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Robert Francis Kraft – Times 24-7

Dec 25 1930 – June 29, 2021 Thursday, July 22, 2021 4:00 a.m. Robert Francis Kraft passed away on June 29, 2021.He was born on Christmas Day on December 25, 1930 in Hazel Crest, Illinois.Mr. Kraft has a history of consistency, which he considered the most important part of his character. He has often argued this point! Other than that, ...

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Publicity for utility merger proposal costs over $ 1 million »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. SANTA FE – Public Service Company of New Mexico invested more than $ 1 million in advertising from March through June to sell its proposed Avangrid merger to the public. Among the four invoices to PNM from the Albuquerque ...

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AACI members choose Winn as president-elect

Newswise – Robert Winn, MD, director of the VCU Massey Cancer Center, was elected by the members of the Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI) to the position of vice president / elected chair of the board of directors of the AACI. Dr. Winn’s new position is effective immediately. Current AACI President Caryn Lerman, PhD, director of the USC Norris ...

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Pathogenic fungi find new habitat on microplastic particles in soils

Representatives of many pathogenic fungal species find new habitats on microplastic particles in the soil and could thus be one of the possible causes of an increase in fungal infections. Researchers from Bayreuth, Hanover and Munich have demonstrated this in a new study. Using high-throughput methods, the scientists analyzed fungal communities from soil samples taken from sites near human settlements ...

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Stop treating hobbies as a productivity hack

Christopher Anderson / Magnum As Europe recovered from World War II, philosopher Josef Pieper wondered about leisure. “A time like the present,” he admitted, “seems at all times not to be a time to talk about leisure. We are engaged in rebuilding a house, and our hands are full. But such paybacks, according to Pieper, were also an opportunity for ...

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Inge Hoffmann | Obituaries | Gloucester timetable

Inge Schneier Hoffmann May 16, 2021 Cambridge – Inge Schneier Hoffmann died on May 16 at her longtime home on Washington Avenue in Cambridge, MA. She was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1929, the only child of her Jewish parents, Joseph and Szerina Schneier, who immigrated to the United States at the age of 11, after the annexation of Austria ...

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17 Nominated for the Fernando Award

17 nominees for the Fernando Award | San Fernando Valley Business Journal Wednesday July 14, 2021 The Fernando Prize Foundation on Wednesday announced 17 nominees for this year’s Fernando Prize. “This is one of the largest and most diverse candidate pools in Fernando’s history,” said Fernando Award Foundation co-chairs Mark Levinson and Pegi Matsuda. “It shows that despite the challenges ...

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Sheila Edwards Lange chosen as UW Tacoma chancellor

Press Releases July 13, 2021 University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce and President Mark A. Richards today announced the selection of Sheila Edwards Lange, President of Seattle Central College, as Chancellor of the University of Washington Tacoma. His appointment, awaiting approval from the UW board of regents, is expected to begin on September 16. Edwards Lange has many years ...

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What are the challenges of redistribution

Illustration by Adriana Heldiz San Diego is about to get a new electoral map. Each decade, an independent group reviews the census information and sets out to redraw the lines. The changes this time around will probably be less dramatic than in the past, however, there will be changes due to demographic changes during the last years. In a new ...

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