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Continue reading this postAccess to information: Does Canada need to be more open with data?TTC bus driver: Do you often see your local drivers texting?The Toronto Sun on Thursday published a picture sent by a reader of a TTC bus driver driving while texting on a mobile device. (Toronto Sun)The Toronto Transit Commission is coming under fire after the emergence of a picture. Continue reading this post.
Do not worry about your children’s future when you are gone. Live in the now, live in the present. Whatever you can do for your children, do them now. Softball drills elicit your skills. This is where you hone every skill that you have to perform in the real ball game. If there is teamwork, all of you will work as one in your practice for these drills.
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Since bats and goldfish are both selective for shorter sound durations, it is hypothesized that the response latency in goldfish will also increase with sound duration, meaning they would respond to sound offset. Additionally, the effects of water temperature will be examined by comparing auditory thresholds at two different temperatures. Based on what is seen in catfish, it is hypothesized that increasing the temperature will lower the auditory threshold in goldfish.
Hi Annie have been researching my Uncle war records and have discovered he was one of the first pathfinders just before D Day 1944 and he apparently became Lt Col Pine Coffin radio operator when they took the Caen Canal/Pegasus Bridge. His name is William Arthur Hardy, known as Bill and I believe he was with the 6th Paras. I have recently found that there was another William (Billy) Hardy in the ist Battalion The Royal Ulster Rifles and he may be the person shown in the Pegasus Archive as having been awarded the Military Medal for his actions on 9th June 1944 at Longueval.
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