Jaime Jaquez Jr. edges Shaq in NBA dunk contest

mexican Jaime Jaquez He was eliminated in the first round of the NBA All-Star Weekend Dunk Contest, although he left some postcards that country fans and Miami Heat fans will remember. Jacquez jumps the shake! Jacquez jumped into competition wearing a black Miami shirt with the number eleven, Motto ‘Culture’ ... Read more

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Are these the most beautiful cafes in the world?

(CNN) — When visitors go to the Budapest Café in Chengdu, China, they don’t just get a cup of coffee. Rather, they are instantly transported to a location straight from a Wes Anderson film, thanks to the pastel tones, whimsical furniture and a series of archways and arcades built to ... Read more

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Medicine degree in San Jorge is delayed

St. George’s University It was announced this week that it was being postponed Implementation of medical degreescheduled for the next course, coinciding with the next start of the registration process, although he said he was “Strongly Committed” With the inclusion of this degree in its future academic offering. Principal of ... Read more

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Russia increases Su-35 production despite microchip ban

Despite constraints imposed by Western sanctions on the supply of critical components such as microchips and semiconductor parts, Russia is demonstrating its ability to not only maintain but potentially increase production of its state-of-the-art Su-35 fighter aircraft. This claim is supported by careful satellite monitoring of the manufacturing facilities located ... Read more

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This is what is affecting the sports world

People visit the Nike store on Fifth Avenue during the holiday season in New York City, U.S., on December 9, 2022. Reuters/Eduardo Munoz/file photo (Reuters/Reuters) (CNN) , Nike will lay off about 2% of its workforce, or about 1,700 people, as the sportswear giant looks to save up to $2 ... Read more

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medicine of tractors in spain

I had intended to continue writing about Dr. Rosenbaum’s series on “Medicine and Society” in the New England Journal, but, as always, Reality prevails and, during three long hours spent on the side of the road on the A-68 highway, I decided to change the subject., Like millions of other ... Read more

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