Daily Archives: August 10, 2022

Newest Bundle of Holding – Traveller5 Quick Bundle – August 10, 2022

Newest Bundle of Holding – Traveller5 Quick Bundle: https://bundleofholding.com/quick/Traveller5 ends August 17, 2022. TRAVELLER5 – THE BIGGEST QUICK DEAL IN CHARTED SPACE Through Wednesday, August 17 – for just ONE WEEK – we present the Traveller5 Quick Deal featuring the 2014 Fifth Edition of Traveller. The first … Continue reading

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RightsClick Offers Simplified Copyright Management — Plagiarism Today

–snip– For independent creators, every hour spent working on one’s copyright is an hour not spent on creating new work or running their business. As such, many creators either neglect their work’s copyright protection or pay someone else to handle … Continue reading

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City of Wichita Has Strict Rules on Parking in the Street – August 10, 20222

For example, if you park on the street and you have a flat tire at some point, they will give you a tow notice where you will several days to deal with the issue before you are towed. I pulled … Continue reading

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Control vs. Management — Battle Kim of the Republic

One of the biggest things you hear as a teacher is the idea of classroom management. That’s in a sense what I’m going to talk about today, but I’m going to spin it on its head a little bit. Control … Continue reading

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Why World War II tankers tied logs to the side of their Sherman tanks – We Are The Mighty August 8, 2022

I saw this recently on We Are The Mighty – Why World War II tankers tied logs to the side of their Sherman tanks: https://www.wearethemighty.com/mighty-history/why-world-war-ii-tankers-tied-logs-to-the-side-of-their-sherman-tanks/. Longer article. August 8, 2022 In old World War II photos and many World War … Continue reading

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