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Navy’s construction battalion celebrates eight decades of service

Federal News Radio 20 May 2022
The Navy builds lots of things that float, but it also needs ports, depots and other constructed facilities. The Naval Construction Battalion Center is celebrating 80 years having been established June 2, 1942 ... The Navy builds lots of things that float, but it also needs ports, depots and other constructed facilities.
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Egypt completes structural work of CBD towers in new capital

Beijing News 20 May 2022
Building the skyscraper complex along with Chinese partner enabled Egypt to "benefit from the great experiences of the world's leading companies in the field of construction," Khaled Abbas, deputy minister of housing, utilities and urban communities, said on Wednesday.
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Rights groups call on FIFA to commit $440 million to compensate migrant workers in Qatar

Inside The Games 20 May 2022
Human rights group Amnesty International is among a coalition urging FIFA to commit $440 million (£352 million/€415 million) to compensate migrant workers who have experienced "human rights abuses on a significant scale" regarding the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar ... FIFA World Cup.
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The Stacks Breaks Ground in Buzzard Point

Ellensburg Daily Record 20 May 2022
Clark Construction Group, LLC has been retained as the general contractor for the project ... For more than a century, Clark Construction Group has been transforming the ideas and visions of its clients into world-class projects that make the United States a stronger, safer place.
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Body found as search continues for workers trapped by tunnel collapse in Kashmir

Belfast Telegraph 20 May 2022
The tunnel is part of a mountainous road system that was under construction when it collapsed on Thursday night in the southern district of Ramban ... The section that collapsed was an approach tunnel used for ventilation and moving supplies and equipment to the main, under-construction tunnel, Mr Ali said.
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Melbourne replaces Kazan as FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) host

Inside The Games 20 May 2022
Melbourne has been announced as the replacement host of the World Swimming Championships (25 metres) following the event being removed from Kazan ... The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre will host the World Championships from December 13 to 18. The World Championships had initially been scheduled for December 17 to 22.
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Xi always faces problems with positive attitude: Senior South African official

People Daily 20 May 2022
Noting that China’s development is oriented toward the world, Sooklal believes that the joint construction of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has expanded trade and investment exchanges, promoted infrastructure construction in countries and regions along the routes of the ...
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After colonialism, they wanted a new world. Architects built it.

News India Times 20 May 2022
But it’s also easy to get lost in these images of construction and misread them ... Both of these tendencies of thought are rooted, in part, in the bias to think that modernism is a rigorous, Western idea imperfectly applied to parts of the world where things like construction seem “messy.”.
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Prehistoric faeces reveal parasites from feasting at Stonehenge

Phys Dot Org 20 May 2022
The dates for Durrington Walls match those for stage two of the construction of Stonehenge, when the world-famous 'trilithons'—two massive vertical stones supporting a third horizontal stone—were erected, most likely by the seasonal residents of this nearby settlement.
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Parashat Bechukotai: Mark Twain and the divine curse of Palestine

The Jerusalem Post 20 May 2022
Facing the challenges of limited water supply in an urbanized modern world, we have learned to conserve our sweet water while sweetening our hard coastal water ... Beyond the agricultural renaissance, we have managed to construct a modern democracy upon a land that had witnessed the brutal force of totalitarian rule since Titus demolished the Temple.
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Q&A: Talking God, science and religion with theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek

Finger Lakes Times 20 May 2022
His insights and ideas have led to several revolutionary scientific discoveries, as well as an almost theological perspective on the nature of the world and our role in it that he shares in his myriad articles, books and talks for a general audience. "In studying how the world works, we are studying how God works, and thereby learning what God is.
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Blair grabs Bloomsburg World of Outlaws win

The Milton Standard Journal 20 May 2022
BLOOMSBURG — Max Blair had this week circled since joining the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series ... The driver from Centerville thundered past polesitter Jeff Rine on Lap 1, leading all 40 laps en route to his second World of Outlaws victory of the season—and third at Bloomsburg Fair Speedway.
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Opinion: Let’s find the courage to complete high-speed rail project

East Bay Times 20 May 2022
China, the major economic and environmental competition for the United States, built 23,000 miles of 235 mph rail in the last 30 years with more under construction. The world’s two comparable high-speed rail lines under construction currently are multiple times more expensive per mile than California’s.
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Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company Launches Two Additional NFT “Playbooks” Featuring NFL Stars ...

The Lufkin News 20 May 2022
... management and is one of the largest ongoing construction projects in Ohio. Phase I of the project entailed the construction of the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, a world-class 20,000 seat, sports and entertainment stadium, and the National Youth Football and Sports Complex.
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Remains of UK estate that housed Jewish refugees up for sale

Cleveland Jewish News 20 May 2022
An English estate that housed Austrian Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi forces during World War II is available for sale, but it requires major construction since it has no roof, no doors and no running water ... building materials after World War II, according to The Jewish Chronicle.

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