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5 best office rental spaces in Memphis, TN

The best office rental space in Memphis: The top rated office rental spaces in Memphis, TN are: Regus – built an unrivaled network of offices in over 3,000 locations worldwide Ridgeway Business Center – offers full-service office space for professional businesses Serendipity laboratories – provides private offices and customizable team …

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Mining Minds guest DeDe Barker talks about her HR career | Mining

TIM BURMEISTER Mining Editor The Spring Creek, Nevada-based Mining Minds podcast was on hiatus in September and October while the hosts took care of some business in their mining careers, but the podcast resumed in November. This summer, the 3Ds – hosts Derek Grover and Dino Brunson and guest DeDe …

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Best practices for corporate physical security

Protecting your business’ people, assets, and data properly requires a well-developed set of practical security guidelines that everyone in your organization should understand and follow. These warranties will vary considerably by company and location. For some businesses, these guarantees will focus on who can walk through the front door or …

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Humanoid robot Ameca can smile, frown and be surprised like a real human [VIDEO]

A viral YouTube video showed how a humanoid AI robot named Ameca can perform multiple human-like facial movements and expressions. However, its developer Engineered Arts clarified that it was created to entertain people, not for human jobs. Ameca Humanoid Robot Engineered Arts, which is a UK developer and builder of …

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Where to stay if you come to Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl

Visitors who come to the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl have plenty of choices for hotel stays in El Paso. Within a few miles of the Sun Bowl are several downtown El Paso hotels with spacious rooms, rooftop bars or lounges, and great restaurants to savor Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. …

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Homage to Ivan, support for the procession encouraged

Tribute to Ivan LaGrand With great sadness, the Cape Girardeau Fire Department and IAFF Local 1084 announce the passing of our friend and family member, Captain Ivan LaGrand. Ivan died Wednesday evening December 1, 2021, after a brief battle with COVID-19. Ivan has served our community since August 1996 and …

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Great-grandmother died after fall in dangerous elevator in Jacksonville seniors community

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Three siblings say the death of their mother, who was injured in an affordable Jacksonville seniors community, could have been prevented. According to a complaint filed in Duval County, a woman died after tripping and falling into a dangerous elevator at Cathedral Towers in the city center. …

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Sick, toxic, dysfunctional; WUCF staff shake more than they seem

To the outside world, Phil hoffman said on social media that he was quitting his $ 194,662 per year job as executive director of WUCF due to family responsibilities and the pandemic. But public documents show Hoffman quit under pressure as he faced an academic investigation and a litany of …

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LEGALLY AGING: Travel Advice | Lost Coast Outpost

My goal in life is to have visited more countries than my age (currently 80 to 79 – I can die happy), so I have traveled a lot. You might know all of the following, but just in case, here are some hard-earned, sometimes painfully, tips that don’t fall under …

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Suggested tours of the Hayes House during the holidays

Experience the magical and supernatural side of Christmas with beloved Christmas stories, including “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, on an evening tour of parts of historic Hayes House. Hayes Home Holidays: Spirits of Christmas tours are offered on December 18; December 19, December 22; and December 23. Dickens, one …

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