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Microwaves are considered an appliance, and they must also be recycled like other appliances, including ovens or washing machines. Do not place microwaves into the recycling or refuse carts. Microwaves require a $15 recycling sticker and can be collected as a large item at the curb or recycled at the drop off site alongside other appliances..

Includes 11 button down shirts and 1 fair isle sweater from A Getting married and moving within the next 6 months, so I clearing out closet space. All clothes are gently used and in great shape, with most of them being worn once or twice. All clothes are size medium.

“It shouldn’t take investigative journalists to expose predators. It should not take one brave woman put in the unenviable position and choice to go public with her name and be the only public person for months. But thank God we had these journalists.

Ford, suggests that there’s a lot of erroneous thinking based on questionable data. There are plenty of studies that will show you just how dangerous it is to try programming a navigation system or simply even holding a conversation. But there’s a “big difference” between what you see in a lab setting compared to the real world, insists Tijerina, who suggests, “Simulator work may be artificially more difficult than the real world.”.

In Celine Dion’s latest video, the Canadian performer stealthily breaks into a maternity ward. After she changes the signage, newborn blankets and clothing, she’s tackled by police. The short film isn’t promoting a new single, but rather, the launch of Clinununu, a gender neutral clothing and lifestyle line for “little humans” (in 70 styles from newborn to 14 years old) created by Dion in collaboration with Israeli brand Nununu..

After the 2008 recession, states cut approximately $4 billion in public mental health funding, shifting the bulk of costs to consumers. These days just 55 percent of psychiatrists accept insurance, making mental health all but a luxury for cash starved millennials already confronting stagnant wages and staggering student debt. Couple that with long hours spent at work and a freelance gig economy, and, well, of course people need reminders to take a shit..

While the reporters who found the stories to put into India Today’s cover package seem to have steered clear of the Naxal affected districts or, for that matter, those districts in Andhra or Maharashtra which saw farmers’ suicides, they did go to Kalahandi in Orissa and report on its transformation. And to West Bengal to report on the efficacy of NREGA there. Also to other districts in other parts of the country to report on how technology and innovations, changed cropping patterns, NREGA, and access to finance are transforming the landscape..

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