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According to a new survey, a third of adults say they struggle to spend time with friends because they are too busy or can’t afford to catch up. And three-quarters say while they do get some time with friends, it’s not as much as they would like.
July and our one of the world’s best holidays are just days away which must mean school starts soon — if you work for Amazon.com. The online retail giant has apparently decided to skip over the month of July and has set up back to school stores for K through 12 students and college kids.
Police in Dover, Delaware, would like to know who dropped a house onto a two-lane road. Police there say someone abandoned the prefabricated home, blocking traffic. In a Facebook post that had been shared thousands of times, the department posted pictures of the home and said “this is not a joke.” The house was moved Wednesday.
A water ride at a Six Flags in St. Louis has been closed after a rider said she was flung from a tube and suffered whiplash. (https://goo.gl/CrZG3g)
British police found eighty-two inbred chihuahuas in the home of a hoarder who died last week. (https://goo.gl/DYs4BS)
Police say that a stylish straphanger stabbed a man in the head with her high heel during a subway brawl in the Lower East Side of New York. Authorities stated that the pair were traveling on a Queens-bound F train near the Delancey Street station at roughly 5:00 a.m. Friday, when their subway squabble turned violent. The enraged woman ripped off her shoe and jabbed the heel into the left side of the 26-year-old victim's head. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital, where medics stapled the wound on his head. Police said the woman fled the station towards the Williamsburg Bridge. (https://goo.gl/cQY8g6)
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Madrid is the capital city of Spain.
Prague is in Czech Republic.
Birkenhead, England was a forerunner of the Parks Movement and the first city in Europe to have a street tram system.
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
To make a buzzing or humming noise.
From: 1865, from Latin bombinare, corrupted from bombitare "to hum, buzz," from bombus "a deep, hollow sound; hum, buzz," echoic. Related: Bombinated; bombinating.
Used in a sentence:
"Mom, why do your toys bombinate, and mine don't?"
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