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Why the Church Doesnt Need Any More Starbucks

ShareTweet More and more on my social media feeds I have been seeing a lot of churches boast of the cool, trendy new initiatives that they have begun. I have seen pictures of coffee bars that resemble Starbucks. I have seen lighting that resembles one seen on Broadway. I have[…]

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Show Plates Are About To Change

Show Plates Are About To Change Since 2001 the supply and specification of vehicle Number Plates has been regulated by law. The exact character font, colour,spacing,margins and even materials used in the production of a number plates are controlled by legislationion . Suppliers must also collect proof of I.D. and[…]

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UK terror threat increased to critical

Police Scotland said it would be increasing the number of armed officers on patrol, particularly at key locations and crowded places. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionParsons Green: PM says terror threat raised to critical The use of the military to assist police has been done under[…]

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How to build great software

How to build great software In this article I’m going to explain the top 10 software development fallacies my company avoids. By avoiding these myths and concentrating on excellence, we are able to make great quality software. Myth 1) Software must be designed in detail before development starts, so that[…]

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The Argument for Torture

The Argument for Torture I. Practical Considerations The problem of the “ticking bomb” – rediscovered after September 11 by Alan Dershowitz, a renowned criminal defense lawyer in the United States – is old hat. Should physical torture be applied – where psychological strain has failed – in order to discover[…]

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