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Can even be run without Administrative rights, as a single session.
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#RorschachDoodle I see...North Amereuroasia and its much smaller twin, South Ameristralia.
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4801 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Just returned from copying 3 pages onto a micro sd card. I took it out of my computer, went to Staples, and returned home, when Avira detected a virus on the chip.

Called Staples immediately, and they were skeptical and evasive. This is not how to handle a customer that you've just infected.

Stay away. They don't have antivirus protection on their systems.
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Great article.  A few copy-editor points:

Don't you mean rather, "Glyceraldehyde is 1) highly discriminate against its enantiomers"?

"Digoxin (or sometimes digitalis) are cardiac glycosides from foxglove plants" has subject-verb agreement problems. How about starting with "Digoxins"?

"This organisms i\s\ are very closely related to Paracoccus denitrificans."
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Hangouts and Hangouts On Air look pretty different from the hosting end. I'm pretty sure there was a chat feature that you need to enable BEFORE you start, that we didn't enable. I thin HOA may be the way to go, but we're not experts yet!
 
#RorschachDoodle I see... Two middle-aged men about to kiss.

Yep, I just saved myself a bundle on therapy!
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Ah, missed that. Yep, useless to me.
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I graduated almost 30 years ago, so my experience is far from recent, but I can speak to how the school prepared me for a career. I have constantly been surprised at how "poorly educated" my peers in industry have been, starting in graduate school, and continuing throughout my career. The truth is: UMR (as it was known then) demanded more, and taught more, to its students than the vast majority of engineering schools out there. Some of my grad-school peers had no exposure to math skills and analysis methods we were taught in our *junior* level courses!
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Incredibly fast, very reasonable repair rates above the parts cost (which they can't control), and friendly.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
A Yellow Cab just tailgated me for a mile, honking at every light the second it changed green, and honking at every stop sign when I stopped for it. Do you really want to be in the car of a hotheaded, reckless driver? Called in to complain about their service, but the manager wouldn't pick up after I was transferred to him, I was assured he was in. Reading the other reviews here, I suppose he spends a lot of time fielding complaints... Were one of you already on the phone with him?
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reviewed 2 years ago
Just returned from copying 3 pages onto a micro sd card. I took it out of my computer, went to Staples, and returned home, when Avira detected a virus on the chip. Called Staples immediately, and they were skeptical and evasive. This is not how to handle a customer that you've just infected. Stay away. They don't have antivirus protection on their systems.
Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
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I waited over an hour for a salmon sandwich, when there were only 4 tables occupied and 1 person at the bar. WTF???
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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Blatantly dishonest. I had problems with my car starting, and so they recommended replacing the clutch and the battery. By coincidence, it started a couple times after that. Then it failed again, and I took it somewhere else, where the mechanic pointed out that the clutch isn't involved in starting the car. Had a duh-moment. I knew that, but I'm not real good with cars. The problem was - this is a complete shocker!!!! - with the starter. That's why the car wouldn't start. The starter. Amazing. Too bad Pep Boys didn't check the starter for starting problems. Of course, starter repair is a couple hundred bucks, and clutches are closer to 1,000. I wonder why they picked the clutch?
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
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