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A wide view of the bomb-damaged shell of the John Lewis department store on London's Oxford Street, following an air raid in September 1940.


My Work Orders - JDE E1 Android App - , JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manage My Work Orders Mobile Tablet application allows maintenance technicians to review and update equipment work orders that they are assigned to. After selecting a work order from the list in the left side pane (search and filter ability for the list), the user will be able to see some core fields for the work order, update the work order status and actual finish date, see a map of the equipment site and…

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This is not the way I'd imagined Bill Gates... A rare and remarkable interview with the world's second richest man

A police mugshot of Bill Gates after his arrest for driving without a licence in 1975


Sewing presentation card for a child ~ On a large paper card presentation with decorative paper covers and edging, including the title "Mercerie" are arranged a number of sewing accessories, supplies and tools. The card was offered in Paris department store Etrennes catalogs as a plaything for girls,with the idea of inspiring them in the traditional needlework skills. This card remains intact. French, ca. 1900.


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TripAdvisor to start selling rooms in Cuba's hotels Thanks to a newly granted licensed by the United States' Treasury Department, travellers from the world over will soon be able to book rooms at Cuba hotels through TripAdvisor, one of the planet's largest online travel companies. This latest move pushes American travellers even closer to Cuba...

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En cherchant un peu, le web est une mine d'or pour ceux qui sont à la recherche de visuels Harry Potter susceptibles d'être utilisés dans la...

Zenefits penalized $7 million in California for insurance licensing violations The California Department of Insurance has fined human resources and health benefits company Zenefits $7 million for multiple license violations the department announced today.

The Washington Department of Licensing ordered IJ client Salamata Sylla to obtain a time-consuming and irrelevant cosmetology license for hair braiding. IJ sued on her behalf and forced the Department to adopt a rule exempting braiders.