The company is bringing its vaunted Fluent Design system to its Office apps. One feature coming to Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint, Word, and Outlook is a new ribbon design. The simplified ribbon is smaller, easier to use, has new animations, more accessible icons and a more modern look and color.
Threats that you will stop coming into DC are hollow. You can drive around and contribute to congestion and pollution in your suburbs all you like. As it is driving into the city and parking is FAR to easy. All over (1900/700) is just slow AF during the day. If you get WCS to bolster either band life can be livable. Without it, just miserable..
One should also know its customs and rules of etiquette. PETER S. He fixed it up and invited the police to see and got busted for operating all night, which the business had done for years. “We’d been trying to get information out of them all day long,” she said. “I’ve seen their statements. They said they kept people informed.
AAA last week urged all state governments to ban texting while driving. It currently is banned in the District and Virginia, while Maryland’s ban will take effect Thursday. The Governors Highway Safety Association, a national nonprofit organization which represents state safety offices, has endorsed a ban on texting and using cellphones for newly licensed drivers..
Starting off, I’ve was raised believing that hauntings were a result of demonic activity. I believe this because I’ve had many paranormal things happen to me in my lifetime that defied logic. Growing up I lived in several homes where elderly people lived and died.
Donald D VA 4th Yes I was proud to stand with the Parkland students at the March and will continue to work with them to bring about much needed change. I hear their outcry and deeply want to give the students and all of us what we want a safer America. McGovern, James P.
Now it’s time for our regular segment Words You’ll Hear. That’s where we try to understand stories in the news by parsing some of the words associated with those stories. This week’s word is neo Panamax. Editor’s note: In the audio of this story, as in a previous Web version, musician Jalan Crossland suggests making a cake by using an Altoids tin and wiring it to a car battery. Crossland now says he was joking. To be clear: This should not be attempted.
Part of the trend can be attributed to the broader tough on crime and drug war policies pushed by politicians of both parties since at least the early 1980s, but part of the problem also lies with America’s political culture. Public officials’ decisions today to use force and the amount of force are as governed by political factors as by an honest assessment of the threat a suspect or group may pose. Over the years, both liberals and conservatives have periodically raised alarms over the government’s increasing willingness to use disproportionately aggressive force.