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Plastic is lacking and is increasingly expensive, so recycling it makes even more sense

Fresh Plaza 11 May 2021
"Up until a few months ago, PET cost €700 a ton, now it costs €1400. It is clear that, when the virgin material becomes more expensive and more difficult to source, the added value of the recycled material increases," explained Augusto Bianchini frim the University of Bologna.
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Israel, Lebanon hold fifth maritime border talks meeting

The Jerusalem Post 04 May 2021
 Israeli and Lebanese negotiating teams met for the first time in six months to negotiate the countries’ maritime border on Tuesday ... During those negotiations, Lebanon increased its demands by presenting a map with a line further south that would have added over 1400 sq.km to the disputed area ... .
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The Vortexes of Native American Culture and Cultural Misappropriation

Ancient Origins 03 May 2021
So called “Vortex sites” have been labeled throughout the world, for example ... Palatkwapi-Sedona ... The Sinagua people of southern Arizona built elaborate cliff dwellings beginning around 600 AD, including Honanki and Palatki, which are situated northwest of Sedona and Montezuma Caste near modern-day Camp Verde. The Sinagua vanished around 1400 AD ... P. A ... P.
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Food Truck Fridays coming to downtown New Castle

The Courier Times 29 Apr 2021
New Castle Main Street is adding another event to their summer lineup. Food Truck Fridays. A variety of food trucks will be at 1400 Plaza for a family-friendly food extravaganza, every first, second and third Friday of the month through the end of September ... Food trucks will be parked at New Castle’s 1400 Plaza from 5-8 p.m. that day, rain or shine.
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WealthGoldman's digital hedge-fund matchmaking push boosted by lockdowns

Reuters 27 Apr 2021
"While we’ve been working on developing Marquee Connect in conjunction with our clients for a few years, the timing of our launch was fortuitous," said Isabella Meyer, a member of the capital introduction team and project lead on Marquee Connect, adding that the work-from-home trend accelerated usage.
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Goldman’s digital hedge-fund matchmaking push boosted by lockdowns

Metro USA 27 Apr 2021
“While we’ve been working on developing Marquee Connect in conjunction with our clients for a few years, the timing of our launch… was fortuitous,” said Isabella Meyer, a member of the capital introduction team and project lead on Marquee Connect, adding that the work-from-home trend accelerated usage.
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Michael P. Design owner and husband join forces on Hertel Avenue 'department store'

The Buffalo News 21 Apr 2021
Samantha Christmann. It's not L.L ... Qina Liu ... into the Monocle, moving their current operations into the building and adding a diverse range of other retail offerings. Furniture and home store Room, now located at 1400 Hertel Ave., will open on the first floor with an expanded offering of jewelry, scarves, handbags, dishware and glassware ... Mr ... ....
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Century-old Textile Building set for a revamp that includes penthouse

New York Post 19 Apr 2021
Burlington Stores is nearly doubling its space at 1400 Broadway, adding 33,125 square feet on the 11th floor to the 35,182 sf it already has ... “What makes this deal particularly sweet,” Kave added, “is that Lynne-Marie expects to be able to rehire two or three former employees who ...
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Covid-19: Canterbury District Health Board races to use extra 1400 vaccine doses

RNZ 14 Apr 2021
The CDHB received an excess 1400 Covid-19 vaccine doses last week, and they need to be used by today before they expire ... "It seemed a little bit ad hoc that the front-line vaccinators felt they needed to send out Facebook messages to get the word out, especially when the other contingency plans don't seem to be activated.
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​​​​​​​USAID Contributes Over $23M in Grant Loans for Farmers

Tolo News 14 Apr 2021
“The Agriculture Development Fund is planned to grant 1.8 billion Afs (over $23M) in loans to over 7 thousand farmers in the current year (1400),” said Akbar Rustami, MAIL spokesman. He added, “The loan distribution process has begun since the beginning of the fiscal year.”.
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Ghaziabad: Hundreds of migrant workers head home driven by Covid fears, local polls

Hindustan Times 14 Apr 2021
PUBLISHED ON APR 15, 2021 12.27 AM IST. Ghaziabad ...The government buses charge about ₹600 to Raebareli, but private operators are demanding as much as ₹1400 for a seat ,” added Rajesh Bisht, native of Raebareli in UP ... Only a handful are returning back due to the surge in Covid cases and rumours about a lockdown,” he added ... ....
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KP plans to generate 1400mw electricity: Minister Shaukat Yousufzai

Urdu Point 12 Apr 2021
The provincial government, he said, has planned in principle to generate further 1400 megawatt electricity for the province, after which, he added, our province would have sufficient electricity ... adding spreading new transmission lines was a big achievement for the KP government.
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Did tree removal cause Cahokia floods?

The Telegraph - Alton 12 Apr 2021
Louis ... Writing in the journal Geoarchaeology, Rankin and colleagues at Bryn Mawr University and Northern Illinois University described their recent excavations around a Mississippian Period (AD 1050–1400) earthen mound in the Cahokia Creek floodplain ... Newsletter signup ... Latest news ... County weighs adding residential properties to enterprise zones.
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Refrigerated food hub to expand distributions in North Long Beach

Press Telegram 10 Apr 2021
Last week, Food Finders officials announced another expansion — this time adding refrigerated food hubs to provide healthier, but perishable, food ... A specific site hasn’t been chosen, but the next storage container will land in West Long Beach, she added. To donate food or get more information about Food Finders, call (562) 283-1400, ext ... .
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Localised Deforestation Unlikely to Cause Canokia Collapse

Heritage Daily 09 Apr 2021
Cahokia began to decline by the 13th century and was mysteriously abandoned around AD 1300-1350 ... Writing in the journal�, Rankin and colleagues at Bryn Mawr University and Northern Illinois University described their recent excavations around a Mississippian Period (AD 1050-1400) earthen mound in the Cahokia Creek floodplain.
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