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OncoSec Announces Pricing of $3.5 Million Public Offering

Victoria Advocate 30 Nov 2022
Forward-looking statements provide the Company's current beliefs, expectations and intentions regarding future events and involve risks, uncertainties (some of which are beyond the Company's control) and assumptions. For those statements, we claim the protection of the safe harbor ...
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Ridgecrest Police Department logs for Nov. 22, 23 & 24

The Daily Independent - Ridgecrest 28 Nov 2022
Animal Control Handled ... Animal Control Handled ... Animal Control Handled ... Animal Control Handled ... Officer initiated activity at Harbor Freight Tools #751, N Balsam St, Ridgecrest ... Control Handled ... RP stating fireplace is burning out of control ... Animal Control Handled ... Animal Control Handled ... Animal Control Handled ... Animal Control Handled ... Control Handled.
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Harbor girls soccer holds off Watsonville in season opener | Local Roundup

Santa Cruz Sentinel 27 Nov 2022
Harbor High’s girls soccer team held on for a 2-1 victory over host Watsonville in the Watsonville Tournament on Saturday ... Harbor’s defense was anchored by junior Ruby McAlister and senior Hannah LoFranco, both centerbacks ... Harbor High freshman Coco Castro leaps to control the ball near the touchline against Watsonville on Saturday.
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Taiwan's President billed midterms as all about China. Now she's resigning as party chief

Henry Herald 27 Nov 2022
However, Tsai will remain as President ... Domestic priorities ... The KMT set up its own government on the island -- having taken control of it from Japan after the second world war -- while the Communist Party took control of mainland China. Ever since, the Communist Party has harbored ambitions of "reunification" with Taiwan -- by force, if necessary ... .
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Taiwan’s President billed midterms as all about China. Now she’s resigning as party chief

Egypt Independent 27 Nov 2022
However, Tsai will remain as President ... Domestic priorities ... KMT ... The KMT set up its own government on the island – having taken control of it from Japan after the second world war – while the Communist Party took control of mainland China. Ever since, the Communist Party has harbored ambitions of “reunification” with Taiwan – by force, if necessary ... .
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Stocks Showing Improved Relative Strength: Republic Services

Investors Business Daily 25 Nov 2022
Republic Services (RSG) had its Relative Strength (RS) Rating upgraded from 70 to 73 Friday -- a welcome improvement, but still shy of the 80 or higher score you look for ... 10 rank among its peers in the Pollution-Control industry group. Hudson Technologies (HDSN) and Clean Harbors (CLH) are also among the group's highest-rated stocks. IBD Newsletters.
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U.S. Military Poised to Return to Subic Bay, Counter China’s Presence

GlobalResearch 25 Nov 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... The U.S ... The former U.S ... Navy’s departure from the harbor that it had controlled for nearly 94 years ... servicemen. On Nov. 9, U.S ... A senior Philippine official said two Chinese firms had wanted to take control of the shipyard, but the United States had stepped in ... .
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Report: US military likely to return to Subic Bay

Manila Standard 24 Nov 2022
This was as “during war, time is of the essence,” Paulino said, a day before the 30th anniversary of the US Navy’s departure from the harbor off the west coast of Luzon island that it had controlled for nearly 94 years.
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U.S. military poised to return to Subic Bay, counter China's presence

Kyodo 24 Nov 2022
The U.S ... The former U.S ... Photo taken Nov. 24, 2022, shows a new naval base built at Subic Bay, Philippines. (Kyodo) ... Navy's departure from the harbor that it had controlled for nearly 94 years ... servicemen. On Nov. 9, U.S ... A senior Philippine official said two Chinese firms had wanted to take control of the shipyard, but the United States had stepped in ... ....
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This algorithm can read your thoughts – new code

The Cleveland American 22 Nov 2022
humanity. They were received enthusiastically ... Even terrifying at times ... Isn’t it amazing? Isn’t it terrible? Think of a future where authoritarian governments possess such technology and use it to control the population ... They will control your thoughts ... What desires do you harbor? What opinions are you hiding? It looks really terrible ... .
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Dick Yarbrough: Column produces an extraordinary reunion

Walker & Catoosa County News 22 Nov 2022
It is one of the most rewarding experiences in my 25 years of churning out columns. And it was a total accident. A happy accident ... It turned out to be two enemy planes bombing a PT boat trying to smuggle spies into Haiphong Harbor. Both planes were shot down by radar-controlled missiles ... He had tracked them from Hanoi down to Haiphong Harbor ... ....
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Renner takes helm of State House

Citrus County Chronicle 22 Nov 2022
8 elections, further cementing GOP control of state government. Renner, who succeeded outgoing Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, outlined priorities during a speech to the House, including announcing that he will create a Select Committee on Hurricane Resiliency and Recovery ...
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Harbor Group International Completes Freddie Mac Q Series Securitization

Victoria Advocate 21 Nov 2022
About Harbor Group International. Harbor Group International, LLC, and its affiliates control an investment portfolio of approximately $19 billion including 5.0 million square feet of commercial space throughout the United States and the United Kingdom and 57,000 apartment units in the United States ... SOURCE Harbor Group International, LLC.
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Birds as pets

Manila Standard 19 Nov 2022
A pair of lovebirds in their cage while eating bird seed ... Owners of birds should be aware that although their companions may be highly intelligent and entertaining, they occasionally harbor pathogens that can make people ill. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the article “Birds Kept as Pets” (28 October 2019 ... 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 1 ... 2.
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How L.A.’s Autry Museum is changing the ways Indigenous artifacts are held

The Los Angeles Times 17 Nov 2022
Late last month, the museum opened a new Resources Center in Burbank, a $32-million, 100,000-square-foot facility intended to harbor the museum’s collections of Native and other artifacts ... But that structure suffered from poor climate control and leaks, requiring the Autry to find a new place to harbor the collection.

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