First-line analysis of urothelial carcinoma offers new insights into treatment choice and outcomes

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A real-world evaluation of treatment regimens and clinical outcomes in patients with metastatic urothelial carcinoma revealed that more than 50% of patients had not received first-line systemic therapy. Of those who did, unadjusted real-world overall survival (OS) was longer in patients receiving first-line cisplatin compared to other initial options.1 “Real-world data related to treatment...

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The registration process for the CBSE CTET 2021 begins tomorrow: From the paper pattern to the validity of the certificate, an important point for candidates

by on September 19, 2021 0

CTET exams will be held from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022 The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) organized by the CBSE will take place between December 16, 2021 and January 13, 2022 and the registration process will start on September 20 and end on October 19. Exam fees will be accepted online...

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Tengku Zafrul: proposal to raise the ceiling of the Covid-19 fund, the statutory debt limit to be implemented immediately after parliamentary approval | Malaysia

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Finance Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz in Parliament, Kuala Lumpur, September 14, 2021. – Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, September 19 – The government’s proposal to raise the Covid-19 Fund ceiling and legal debt limit aims to support individuals and businesses as the economy reopens. Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku...

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Vaccinated groups most at risk of Covid-19

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Researchers at the University of Oxford today reported findings on those vaccinated most at risk of contracting serious Covid-19 resulting in hospitalization or death within 14 days of the second dose of vaccination, so that substantial immunity is to be expected. In an article published in the British Medical Journal, they write that by...

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Biden to host World Leaders Climate Forum

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WASHINGTON – President Biden announced on Friday that the United States and Europe have pledged to work to reduce global methane emissions by a third over the next decade and urged other countries to join their efforts to combat a powerful greenhouse gas that warms the planet. In a virtual meeting hosted by the...

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Paleooceanographer Michèle LaVigne acquires a new skill: influencing policies

by on September 17, 2021 0

Reconsider the role of scientists When LaVigne was at a graduate school of paleoceanography, she discerned an unspoken understanding that serious scientists, in their quest to uncover empirical truths, should focus only on their research and on publishing their findings in highly academic journals. renowned but specialized. Contributing to politics or public education meant...

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Williamsburg towers designed by Bjarke Ingels of Two Trees receive community council approval

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Williamsburg Community Council 1 voted Tuesday night to approve River Ring, the massive waterfront development proposed for the nabe waterfront – breaking with the “no” vote cast by the council’s land use committee. last week. After a six-and-a-half-hour marathon, the board voted “yes, conditional” 20-15, with one abstention, ending a year of contentious meetings...

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Global Manual Tissue Paper Dispenser Market Research Analysis 2021 – Kimberly-Clark, SCA, Franke, Butler-Dearden, Asaleo Care

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The development of Global Manual Tissue Paper Dispensers Market from 2021 to 2027 is highlighted in the MarketsandResearch.biz report. A review of the growth patterns, market share, market statistics, growth factors, limitations, opportunities, and threats from the previous year is included in the study. The different market values ​​of the company, its presence in...

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Wellington City Council recommends demolishing Frank Kitts parking lot

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ROSA WOODS / Stuff Wellington City Council is proposing to demolish the Frank Kitts Park car park, which houses the city’s underground waterfront market. (File photo) Wellington City Council is proposing to demolish the Frank Kitts Park underground car park. Councilors will discuss three options on Thursday for remedying the earthquake-prone structure, with staff...

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Oregon school “appalled” by racist comments by student in online “slave trade” group

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PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – An Oregon school district is investigating a student’s involvement in a racist group on social media. A worried student from Newberg High School recently shared screenshots online that show racial slurs and homophobic comments from another student posted to the Snapchat group called “Slave Trade.” Newberg High School principal Tami...

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Watson Drain project reaches $ 6.67 million

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Rutland Charter Township Attorney Craig Rolfe has received a revised cemetery ordinance in an effort to restore the township cemetery to a place of calm and seclusion. Rolfe will study the content and language before sending it back to the board for final readings and publication. The council discussed possible changes to control the...

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USWNT Players’ Association Calls USSF Identical Deal Proposal “Public Relations Stunt” – NBC Chicago

by on September 16, 2021 0

The United States Women’s National Team Players Association on Wednesday called the American Football Federation’s offer of identical contracts for male and female players a “publicity stunt.” USSF public relations stunts and negotiations through the media will not bring us any closer to a fair deal. On the other hand, we are committed to...

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Specialty Paper Market Research Insight 2021 Comprehensive Overview and Qualitative Analysis by Top Companies Like Ahlstrom-Munksjö, Georgia-Pacific, Robert Wilson Paper

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The study and estimates of this Specialty paper market The report also helps in understanding the types of consumers, their opinions on the product, their purchase intentions and their ideas for improving a product. This report gives an absolute background analysis of the industry which includes an assessment of the parenting market. This market...

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Excellence awards presented during the short tunnel breakthrough course

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DigIndy Tunnel System and Dr Gary Brierley were honored September 13 to 14e Annual breakthroughs during short-term tunneling. Mike Miller (left) of Citizens Energy, owner of the DigIndy tunnel system project, accepts the Tunnel Achievement Award for Project Excellence from Levent Ozdemir. The DigIndy system received the Tunnel Achievement Award for Project Excellence, while...

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Democrats to propose new voting rights bill

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Senate Democrats on Tuesday proposed a simplified voting rights bill that has the support of progressives and centrists in a bid to present a united front against deep Republican resistance to new legislation setting electoral standards for the nationwide. The measure is the result of weeks of intra-party negotiations overseen by Senator Chuck Schumer,...

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A possible new avenue for the treatment of epileptic seizures in patients with autism

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Key result of the research Autism affects about 2% of children in the United States, and about 30% of those children have seizures. Recent large-scale genetic studies have revealed that genetic variants of a sodium channel, called voltage-gated Nav1.2 sodium channel, are one of the main causes of autism. Overactive sodium channels in the...

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No plans to change current testing regime, but contact tracing will be reduced in the longer term

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Updated 26 minutes ago The HSE said there are currently no plans to change the current testing regime, despite an internal discussion paper suggesting people with mild symptoms may be able to forgo testing. However, close contact testing will likely be reduced in the future if the pandemic turns into an epidemic. A document,...

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Healthcare experts propose policies to encourage shared responsibility between developers and users of electronic health records

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Newswise – Developers of electronic health records (EHRs) should create or modify their products to ensure that healthcare organizations can meet the safety recommendations of the Safety Assurance Factors for EHR Resilience (SAFER) guides, researchers say from the University of Texas Health Sciences Center. in Houston (UTHealth) and Baylor College of Medicine. The document...

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Health experts to investigate drug abuse

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The Marathon County Department of Health, in partnership with the Marathon County AOD Partnership and the UW-River Falls Survey Research Center, will conduct its sixth community-specific drug abuse assessment through September. The paper survey will be mailed to 2,500 residents of Marathon County starting the week of September 6, with increased focus in metro...

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Lauri Andress, PhD, appointed Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine

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William B. Jeffries, PhD, associate dean for medical education and vice president for academic affairs, said Dr. Andress’s appointment will take effect immediately. As Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement, Dr Andress will lead the school’s efforts to promote equity and inclusion in health and maintain an optimal learning environment suitable for...

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Analysis: While Mayo Clinic Bets Big On Protons, Technology Still Lacks Hard Evidence

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Lack of high-level trial data to support sophisticated cancer treatments underscores a lingering dichotomy in medicine today, in which calls to ‘follow the data’ are increasing alongside projects reflecting intangible fascination and sustainable for technology. Otherwise known as request. Mayo cited the demand for proton beam therapy when she announced earlier this month plans...

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RC44 Asia-Pacific Conference 2022

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Appointment: June 27-29, 2022Place: Online via Zoom Call for Papers The call for contributions is now open. If you would like to join us, please submit your article summary (150 words) or panel proposal (X words) here before November 30, 2021. About the conference The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the risks inherent in precarious...

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Sandpaper Market Size 2021 and Forecast to 2028 | Key players – Saint-Gobain, Sankyo-Rikagaku, Klingspor, Mirka

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Sample download request Request a discount Company Profile 2021-2028 Sandpaper Market Overview The report entitled “Sandpaper market“Is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to market research. It offers detailed research and analysis of the major aspects of the Sandpaper market. The market analysts who authored this report have provided detailed information on...

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DWP to discuss disability benefit assessments at a live online event next month – how to get involved

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The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) recently published its ‘Shaping Future Support: the Health and Disability Green Paper’ which outlines the UK government’s proposals to improve the experience of people with disabilities and people with health problems. using their services. Along with a 12-week consultation, which ends October 11, the DWP announced a...

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A century in the cosmos by Stanislaw Lem

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Lem’s bibliography includes 18 novels, 14 anthologies of short fiction films and 14 non-fiction works, encompassing “hard science fiction” (characterized by its respect for scientific accuracy), fables about robots , satires, essays, interviews, a memoir and a collection of reviews for non-existent books (entitled “A Perfect Vacuum”, it opens with a meta– metatextual review...

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Can a large volcanic eruption slow global warming? Here’s what the latest IPCC report says

by on August 9, 2021 0

Before the end of the century, there will be at least one large volcanic eruption, scientists predict Amid grim predictions from the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, there is a silver lining: a major volcanic eruption may thwart anthropogenic global warming to a small extent. All claims of global warming...

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You should be worried – POLITICO

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Send tips and ideas to or follow Ryan on Twitter. POLITICAL CLIMATE CHANGE HAPPENS SLOWER THAN EXPECTED It is a strange world where we need a scientific report instead of our eyes and ears to tell us what is already evident: that our increasingly extreme climate is in grave danger of destabilization. We...

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Small Business PPP Loan Recipients Get Free Assistance With Their Forgiveness Application

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PPP Business Recovery Center in San Diego 888-363-3912 helping loan recipients nationwide to comply, forgive and appeal Free Strategic Recovery Advice, Forms Library, etc. San Diego, United States – August 8, 2021 / PressCable / – After 19 months of disruption to normal business operations caused by the global pandemic, businesses are ready to...

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Business News | Stock market and stock market news

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Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds Vodafone idea INE669E01016, IDEA, 532822 Power of Tata INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 TIC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 Glenmark’s life INE03Q201024, GLS, 543322 Addiction INE002A01018, RELIANCE, 500325 Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds Vodafone idea INE669E01016, IDEA, 532822 Power of Tata INE245A01021, TATAPOWER,...

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Solon calls for low-interest loans from SMEs hit hard by pandemic – Manila bulletin

by on August 9, 2021 0

Representative Lucy Torres-Gomez (4th district, Leyte) on Monday urged the national government to provide low-interest loans to owners of small and medium-sized businesses to use as working capital so they can develop or expand their businesses. investments. Torres-Gomez said it would help them withstand the economic instability caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as the...

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No mandatory moratorium on loans, grace period in the last ECQ —BSP

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The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) will not issue a mandatory moratorium on loans when the most stringent quarantine protocols are last reimposed. According to the central bank, there will be no grace period for loans during the strengthened two-week community quarantine this month, but customers can turn to their banks for financial relief....

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When teachers become cheaters …

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Plagiarism is nothing but cheating. But when the guardians of academic integrity engage in such unethical practice, some universities choose to turn a blind eye. At least this is the case for the most prestigious University of Dhaka in the country. While the university has found evidence of plagiarism against 11 of its teachers...

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Linked Finance sees SME loans explode as Covid restrictions relax

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An easing of Covid restrictions appears to have boosted borrowing among Irish small businesses, with peer-to-peer lending platform Linked Finance recording the largest monthly lending volume in its seven-year history last month . Inked Finance lent 5.5 million euros to SMEs in July, nearly three times the amount borrowed by companies through the platform...

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MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: IFC Approves $ 250 Million Loan to HDFC for Housing Finance for Low and Middle Income Borrowers in India; 25% allocated to green buildings

by on August 8, 2021 0

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private investment arm of the World Bank Group, recently approved a $ 250 million loan to Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC), an India-based mortgage lender. While ecological housing is “widely regarded as a luxury market in the country”, a quarter of the loan amount is reserved for...

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Southampton eye shock loan transfer to Liverpool Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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SOUTHAMPTON has launched an ambitious offer to re-sign Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 10 years after selling him as a teenager. The Saints are keen to give England international Oxlade-Chamberlain, 27, the chance to relaunch his career by taking him back on loan. 1 Southampton have launched an ambitious offer to re-sign Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainCredit:...

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Filter Paper Market Size and Growth 2021-2028

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The research report on Filter Paper Market has been carefully compiled to help clients gain unbiased information and opinions that will be important to the growth trajectory of this industry over the period 2021-2028. The analysis uses historical records and the latest industry validated data on key growth drivers, profitability prospects, challenges, restraints, and...

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NASA Spaceline Current Awareness List # 961 August 6, 2021 (Research results on life sciences in space)

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NASA Spaceline Current Awareness List # 961 August 6, 2021 (Research results on life sciences in space) Status report of: Spaceline Posted: Friday August 6 2021 Articles supported by NASA: 1 Arbeille P, Zuj KA, Macias BR, Ebert DJ, Laurie SS, Sargsyan AE, Martin DS, Lee SMC, Dulchavsky SA, Stenger MB, Hargens AR. Negative...

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Shi’s Research on Healthcare Financing Takes Innovative Approach and Is Recognized

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A Morehead State faculty member is increasingly recognized for his research exploring the different facets of health care financing. Associate Professor of Finance, Dr Bo Shi has carried out research on measures of healthcare quality, financial management of healthcare providers and insurers, relationships between providers and insurers, and the markets for providers and insurance....

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The lies of Project 1619

by on August 6, 2021 0

As a political science – economics student at UNH, I had to, together with the students in my political science class, write a white paper on globalization. There were strict requirements to get a passing grade. There were to be footnotes, a detailed bibliography, and sources used such as think tanks and peer review...

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We worry about bad volcanoes

by on August 6, 2021 0

Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokull erupted in 2010. Picture: Arnar Thorisson / Helicopter.is (PA) New research identifies several groups of relatively small volcanoes that, if they did erupt, would wreak havoc on critical infrastructure and the global economy. Mighty volcanoes, needless to say, inflict a lot of damage, and therefore they attract a lot of our...

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Digital technology could become standard tool for neuropsychological assessments after COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered the delivery of health care, including neuropsychological assessments. Telehealth procedures could become a standard feature of health care once the crisis is resolved. In a mini-forum published in the Alzheimer’s Disease Journal Experts describe how neuropsychological tests that combine digital technology with standard paper and pencil tests can...

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Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) Market Research Report 2021 – Global Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecast to 2026 – ResearchAndMarkets.com | Company

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DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – August 5, 2021– The report “Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) Market – Growth, Trends, Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast (2021 – 2026)” has been added to the offering of ResearchAndMarkets.com. The studied nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) market is expected to grow at an estimated CAGR of 5.2%, during the forecast...

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Employers fear effects of ‘big resignation’ as millions of workers leave

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NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Employers can overcome the “big resignation,” where millions of workers are considering quitting, by better understanding the career development needs of their employees. Greater awareness of staff skills will lead to more relevant training and development and improve employee retention, according to Interrogation point, the online assessment provider. After eighteen...

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Global Thermal Paper For Fax Market Research Report 2021-2027 | Oji (JP), Koehler (DE), Appvion (USA), Mitsubishi Paper (JP), Ricoh (JP), etc.

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“ Thermal Fax Paper Market Report Coverage: Key growth factors and challenges, regional segmentation and outlook, key industry trends and opportunities, competitive analysis, COVID-19[female[feminine Impact analysis and expected recovery, and market sizing and forecasting. Latest research launched on Global Thermal Fax Paper Market, it provides detailed analysis with presentable charts, tables and tables. This...

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UMD alumnus Katie Bedingfield is known for her kindness and dedication to the community

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One day in the fall of 2018, songs by Elton John rang out from Katie Bedingfield and Kate Burgess’ shared bedroom in the Chapter Hall of the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at the University of Maryland. Bedingfield loved listening to music that students usually don’t listen to – from “Stacy’s Mom” ​​to Fountains of...

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