Two eggs, one meter of duct tape, six McDonald’s straws, 50 grams of paper and some aluminum foil were all Francis Scott Key High School Senior Maddie Rohde and her fellow students had to protect two eggs from breaking during a four-meter drop from the Liberty High School cafeteria mezzanine.
Being in the corporate world has certain expectations of you. Not only are you supposed to deliver satisfactory work output, you are also to conduct yourself in an appropriate manner. This includes the way you dress. The standards are implicitly higher when it comes to corporate executives. This article may be for you if you are one, especially if you have yet to own what most consider as a respectable watch. Unspoken rules Having an outfit that stands out in the workplace is usually frowned upon. The focus should be on the tasks to be achieved for the day and ...
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February offers the best evening sky observing opportunity this year for the innermost planet, Mercury. Also, news bout some collectible coins released in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing.
Donald E. Smith, a retired U.S. Defense Department engineer who worked in the field of rockets and missiles, died May 16 from prostate cancer at the Fairhaven Retirement Community in Sykesville. He was 99.
George Samuel Mattingly, who with his business, Environmental Research Associates, help NASA astronauts navigate weightlessness of space, using a training created at the McDonogh School's pool in the 1960s, died Salisbury of a toxic reaction to iron infusions treatments.