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LIve from Death Valley - Anderson Independent Mail
Posted On 10/17/2009 10:00:08 by ethiomeetreporter
The Tigers do appear healthy, though - C.J. Spiller's toe is better than it's been all season and Chris Hairston will return to the starting lineup at left tackle.It'll be interesting to see how freshman center Dalton Freeman handles the spotlight in his first start - his father was a Wake Forest pl[Read More at: live from Death Valley - Anderson Independent Mail]... Read More



These LDS missionaries focus on saving lives, not souls - Salt Lake Tribune
Posted On 10/02/2009 16:00:06 by ethiomeetreporter
The Ethiopian capital's giant Black Lion Hospital, which serves about 10,000 patients a day, had running water only on its first two floors. Employees were hauling water to patients and doctors languishing on the top six floors.
Within two hours, Himle and his wife, Becky -- both pipeline contrac[Read More at: These LDS missionaries focus on saving lives, not souls - Salt Lake Tribune]... Read More



Mission team from Knox learns lessons in Ethiopia - MLive.com
Posted On 09/07/2009 04:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
(AP) — KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Cardiologist Bret Rogers traveled to
Ethiopia to help through a medical mission team but found
that he was the one who needed the Ethiopians.
As he treated beneficiaries of the AIDS Care and Treatment
Project, he learned life lessons from them and the
organization's st[Read More at: Mission team from Knox learns lessons in Ethiopia - MLive.com]... Read More



Oromos live peacefully in Ethiopia - Daily Nation
Posted On 08/15/2009 08:00:04 by ethiomeetreporter
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Grasshoppers vs. Locusts: What Makes a Swarm? - LiveScience.com
Posted On 06/29/2009 10:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
Green grasshoppers and brown locusts
are close cousins, both in the grasshopper family. But while
grasshoppers hop like mad and can be abundant and pesky, locusts can
fly. More significant, locusts have the unusual ability to be total
loners or to enter what scientists euphemistically call "a gr[Grasshoppers vs. Locusts: What Makes a Swarm? - LiveScience.com]... Read More



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