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NeuroNews International 12/09/2019 11:19
The first education module for neuromodulation, a masters-level e-learning course aimed at nurses and allied healthcare professionals working within the field, received its first cohort of students in September of 2019. However, the story of its launch is not a simple one. Carol Bourke, a nurse with over 10 years’ experience in neuromodulation, talks to […]. .
Android Police 12/09/2019 11:18
Nobody wants their phone rattling around their car while they drive, getting dirty, wet, or damaged — you've got to keep that thing in place. If you're looking for a solution and nothing's sticking, you might be drawn to the iOttie iTap magnetic mount, currently on sale at Amazon for $11 ($6 off). The vent mount uses a one-touch, spring-loaded clip to latch onto and release from your vent, allowing for quick installation and removal. was written by the awesome team at .
Boing Boing 12/09/2019 11:17
I found myself actually considering this Pontiac Firebird. :. The 400ci L78 V8 reportedly was rebuilt to stock specs in 2015, and the car is said to have accumulated less than 500 miles since. The V8 was rated at 185 horsepower when new and is equipped with a Rochester four-barrel carburetor and a dual-snorkel air-cleaner housing. Components for the factory air conditioning have been removed, but the bracketry remains. The carburetor was adjusted in February 2019, and service in November 2019 included checking the fluids and changing the engine oil. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission that, per the seller, is a replacement component installed at the time of the engine rebuild. I wonder if it ra.
AT News KABUL: Japanese Ambassador to Afghanistan, Mitsuji Suzuka, on Monday vowed to complete the projects left half-done in Afghanistan by the slain Dr. Nakamura. According to reports, the Japanese aid worker, Dr. Nakamura, have been serving the people of Afghanistan for nearly 30 years, initially in medical sphere but lately in terms of irrigation …

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