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  • Roads
  • Sample collection was biased by performing a preliminary visual survey to facilitate collection from areas where fine particulate matter can accumulate, such as low spots on roads or rooftops, air handling fan blades, floor mats and rooftops. (fairewinds.org)
  • cool
  • The Old Clare can be found in Sydney's hip Chippendale neighbourhood, where it is housed over two heritage buildings - the Carlton United Breweries and a former pub - that have been joined to include 62 rooms, a cool rooftop pool and three restaurants, including Automata, by local superstar chef Clayton Wells, and one from Michelin-star chef Jason Atherton. (wallpaper.com)
  • fake
  • Well, someone had to nearly fall off that fake rooftop - in the case of Dr. Egon Spengler, it was long-time stunt master Tom Morga, who stepped in and fell down as a very passable Harold. (protoncharging.com)
  • Fake shark pictures, often the work of photo editing, are the most inevitable visual viral hoax in a disaster like this, to the point that it's almost become a meme. (washingtonpost.com)
  • back
  • I set up a Tumblr account for PC ages back, and it looks like in an upgrade somewhere, Tumblrize (which auto-posted to Tumblr) broke. (protoncharging.com)
  • A rooftop system large enough to supply all of a winter's electrical needs would produce more energy than needed in summer, so the owner could decide to shut down portions of the rooftop structure or, if possible, sell excess energy back to the grid. (eponline.com)
  • It might be that I can look towards Friday and also look back at the past two weeks work. (blogspot.com)
  • Most recently, I lost two years on account of being sick (let go from previous job, had a flare up of my thyroid again, and couldn't go back to doing physical work) so I went back to school - but if I had to work, I have no idea what I'd do because I've been out of that field for a while now. (celiac.com)
  • Systems
  • Instead of systems based on standard solar panels, Duke engineer Nico Hotz proposes a hybrid option in which sunlight heats a combination of water and methanol in a maze of glass tubes on a rooftop. (eponline.com)
  • After more than a decade of steady growth, distributed energy resources (DERs)-including rooftop solar, battery storage, demand-response systems, smart appliances, and electric vehicles-stand today at an important inflection point with respect to their role in the electricity system. (rmi.org)
  • enter
  • Enter RoofStone ($10.50-$13/square foot) from LiveRoof, LLC -paving stones designed to work within LiveRoof's pre-planted modules and made of 100% recycled, post-industrial polypropylene. (emagazine.com)
  • space
  • There are 29 rooms, a wellness space on the rooftop, and the newest outpost of Ester, one of the city's most popular restaurants, joins the already existing Paramount Coffee Project - a buzzing cafĂ© on the ground floor - a co-working area called The Office Space, and the basement-located olden Age Cinema & Bar. (wallpaper.com)
  • The 3 bedroom apartment has a post and beam feel to it with exposed wood work, a cathedral ceiling and a loft for bonus space. (rocherealty.com)
  • lots
  • This comprehensive app works offline and highlights popular RV resorts, parking lots, gas stations, rest areas, repairs places, and even bridge height. (financialpost.com)
  • near
  • It's my intention to continue to shout this from the rooftops so moms across America in the very near future, literally, give themselves a break after they give birth. (choicesinchildbirth.org)
  • think
  • Couldn't think my way out of a wet paper bag, and later on, struggled with brittle Graves Disease which impacted my ability to do physical work. (celiac.com)
  • stressed involved
  • As you can probably guess, the researchers stressed involved in the new work have stressed that there it isn't definitive proof of a ninth planet, but simply an exploration of the subject/theory. (planetsave.com)
  • city
  • The city adds that road crews worked throughout the night "to clear paths to both hospitals" - which are now open and operating. (tpr.org)
  • state
  • Here in Georgia, she has worked at both the state (Georgia Emerging Infections Program) and local levels (Gwinnett, Newton, and Rockdale County Health Departments) as an Epidemiologist. (cste.org)
  • Staff
  • In the last few months, CSTE's national office staff has grown to accommodate new public health endeavors and support our ongoing work. (cste.org)
  • areas
  • Permits were received to sample in restricted areas where post-Fukushima meltdown decontamination work was in progress. (fairewinds.org)
  • physical
  • Very few productive factories are working with physical plants that are more than fifty years old. (watchblog.com)
  • Soon he was unable to afford further medical care and gave up, attempting to return to work out of necessity, but was unable to meet the physical demands. (horwitzlaw.com)
  • University
  • The paper describing the results of Hotz's analysis was named the top paper during the ASME Energy Sustainability Fuel Cell 2011 conference in Washington, D.C. Hotz recently joined the Duke faculty after completing post-graduate work at the University of California-Berkeley, where he analyzed a model of the new system. (eponline.com)
  • It never works to tell fathers they should cut down their hours to spend more time with their children," said Dodson, who trained in the ministry at Yale School of Divinity and Union Theological Seminary in New York before he earned a doctorate in psychology at the University of Southern California. (washingtonpost.com)
  • life
  • But when the maintenance worker suffered an acute head injury due to a known hazard by the company who hired him, the result was chronic neck pain and post-concussive syndrome, as well as the loss of his company and a life permanently fractured. (horwitzlaw.com)
  • five
  • Derwin also worked for five years in an accounting capacity with Enterprise Rent-a-Car. (cste.org)
  • factory
  • This is when we opened the Center for New Work there in 1984, and proposed that instead of splitting Flint-half of it becoming unemployed and the other half working overtime-why not let all the employees work in the factory for six months each. (org.in)
  • communities
  • Bergmann has worked with individuals and communities across the world and is planning to open a centre in India soon. (org.in)
  • away
  • But this could also be an opportunity to get away from work that can only fetch us money and do things that we actually care for. (org.in)
  • shows
  • The new work shows that the 4 Kuiper Belt Objects with the greatest distance from the Sun (of those that are known of by humans) revolve "around the Sun in patterns most readily explained by the presence of a hypothetical 'Planet Nine' approximately 10 times the mass of Earth. (planetsave.com)
  • energy
  • Exergy is a way of describing how much of a given quantity of energy can theoretically be converted to useful work. (eponline.com)
  • danger
  • that the lack of a posted warning regarding the danger by signage or painted caution should not be a primary consideration. (horwitzlaw.com)