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Small Business Labs

  More commonly called genetic engineering, potential applications include new forms of biofuels, bacteria based biosensors, bacteria that eat pollutants and new drug therapies.  Lab equipment is expensive and it's good to have experienced, knowledgeable people around for instruction and support. As this video from PSFK shows , the lab looks very cool and there's no sign of monsters.

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Admonitions and Premonitions

Daily Writing Tips

Admonition and its sister noun admonishment are distinguished by the senses “warning about behavior” and “criticism of behavior,” respectively; the verb form, admonish , applies to both senses. A premonition, meanwhile, is a feeling of forewarning not based on conscious thought; unlike admonition , the noun does not take other forms. Summons is a noun meaning “an act of summoning,” usually in the form of an order to appear in court; the plural is summonses.

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Stop Taking Life Seriously

Dumb Little Man

If you believe in the continuity of spirit, eternal life or any form of reality after the Earth-plane, the same basic questions apply — why would you spend a single second in fear of tackling head on each and every beckoning to revel in the experience of a unique, fleeting world? Maybe the person you hate at work isn’t a vindictive monster because she never gives you the days off you request.

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List of 50 Great Word Games for Kids and Adults

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This game is a bit like a deconstructed crossword: you get bits of the puzzle and you drag them together to form words that will all match with the clue. You can kill monsters, buy better equipment, and make your way to the top of the Spellspire. This game combines a fantasy RPG setting (where you fight monsters, get loot, gain levels and so on), with word games to play along the way. This game is an interactive story, told in the form of letters (epistolary).

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