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If you don't need a new Apple Watch, though, we also have deals on Bose wireless headphones, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch, Roomba robot vacuums, and much more.
Armed with carbon dioxide gas and a powerful vacuum, they approached their target — an insect nest the size of a basketball — and began whacking away with a stick.
Working together with engineers at the Linde cryobiology lab near Buffalo, ABS developed a mobile cold-storage canister that combined both a new insulation material and a vacuum to support liquid nitrogen.
Now that its titular head has lost the election, the movement faces volatility and a political vacuum.
The S9 is iRobot’s most powerful robot vacuum yet, with up to 40 times the suction power compared to previous models and advanced sensors for cleaning deep into corners and along wall edges.
HOME-IMPROVEMENT GIFTSRACHEL KINGNOVEMBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
Maybe you’ve found yourself reading online reviews of books, movies, restaurants, vacuum cleaners, under-sink water filtration systems, skis, backpacks, power tools, running shoes, hotels, or hair salons.
Local news, kind ofAs local newspapers diminish their coverage or shut down altogether, there’s some pretty compelling evidence that bad actors and PR firms are exploiting the news vacuum that creates.
After Spiegel’s departure, Great Big Story experienced a sales leadership vacuum until Christine Cook was tapped to be its svp of global sales and brand strategy in December 2017.
We’ve reached a point where the vacuums of decisive leadership are having real-world consequences for all of us — consequences only amplified by the pandemic.
That’s exactly what happened during the electrification push enabled by the REA, which led to greater demand for toasters, vacuums, and other modern conveniences.

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