Ok, so Charlie and I are here today, and And what we're gonna do, is we're gonna carve a karli out of this Japanese Elm. This is quite a heavy dense wood And it's been, um, It's basically been. drying out for a few months. seasoning I put some linseed oil on the ends so …

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U.S. Breaks From Traditional Israel Policy

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ARE HOPING TO CATCH THEIR FLIGHT BEFORE ANY POSSIBLE BAD NEWS INVOLVING DELAYS OR CANCELLATIONS. U. S. POLICY ON ISRAEL FRONT AND CENTER TODAY AT THE UNITED NATIONS. WITH A VOTE ON SETTLEMENTS IN DISPUTED LANDS. THERE'S INTERNATIONAL DOMESTIC TENSION WITH AN UNPRECEDENTED SHOWDOWN BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT-ELECT TRUMP. CBS 2'S TONY AIELLO REPORTS …

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Hi everyone. Thanks for joining us today. Today's webinar is Incorporating Traditional Foods in Child Nutrition Program Menus. I'mBob Gorman. I'm the Farm to School Regional Lead in the Mountain Plains region stationedhere in sunny Denver, Colorado. I have two guests with me today. Jenny Montague is aNutritionist with USDA. How are you doing today, …

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