New Harris Teeter Super Doubles deals with Sunday coupons :: WRAL.com

If you previously used a social network to login to WRAL.com, click the “Forgot your password” link to reset your password. Officials confirm first US case of person-to-person coronavirus spread, raise travel alert to level 4 Harris Teeter is offering a Super Doubles promotion through Tuesday, October 8 and there are some great deals using the new Sunday printable and insert coupons! Barbasol shaving cream, 7 oz, and Pure Silk shaving cream, 7.25 oz, .99 – .50/1 coupon from 10/6 RMN = FREE Natures Bounty Optimal Hair Skin Nails Plus Gummies, 80 count, BOGO for $4.49 – $2/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link or 10/6 RMN insert = .49 Sundown Naturals Kids Complete vitamins or Starwars Gummies, 60 count, BOGO for $3.49 each – $3 coupon from Redplum.com = .49 Harris Teeter has fantastic deals starting Wednesday, 10/2, including a 7-day Super Doubles event, multiple freebies with coupons (pesto sauce, coffee, plant butter, sparkling water, sweetener, shave cream, toothpaste, Tide Simply Pods, body lotion), ricotta cheese, green grapes, pork loin, ground chuck, orange juice, canned veggies, Kraft mac & cheese, Kellogg’s cereal and much more! Harris Tee...

TO BE YOUNG, GIFTED AND BLACK Set for Free Reading at Circle in the Square

Celebrating the immortal words and trailblazing work of Lorraine Hansberry, The Circle Series will stage a special 50th anniversary reading of her posthumously-compiled work To Be Young, Gifted and Black on Monday, September 30 at 7pm. Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre School (Paul Libin, Present; Susan Frankel, COO), Pigasus Institute, and Rachel Shuey, the staged reading will be held at Broadway’s Circle in the Square and is open to the public. Admission is a suggested donation of $20 for adults and $10 for students and seniors, with all proceeds benefiting Circle in the Square Theatre School. With the Broadway premiere of A Raisin in the Sun in 1959, Lorraine Hansberry became not only the first black female to have her play produced on Broadway, but also, at the age of 29, earned the simultaneous distinction of the youngest and first black playwright to win the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play. Hansberry tragically passed away six years later, leaving behind multitudes of poetry, essays, and letters that Robert Nemiroff, her former husband and literary executor, compiled to create To Be Young, Gifted and Black. To Be Young, Gifted and Black celeb...

Warpaint London PLC Increase international sales by 7%

Warpaint London plc (LON: W7L), the specialist supplier of colour cosmetics and owner of the W7 and Technic brands, has today announced its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2019. · W7 brand delivered continued export sales growth year on year in the EU +12.4% and US +45.4%*1 on a like for like US$ basis · Gross profit margin (excluding business conducted in the US) has improved to 37.8% (H1 2018: 36.4%) · Adjusted profit from operations of £1.2 million in H1 2019 (before exceptional Items and amortisation costs) (H1 2018: £2.6 million). The majority of the movement in adjusted profit is due to: · Retra (the business acquired by the Group in November 2017, including the Technic brand) achieved breakeven EBITDA in H1 2019 (H1 2018: £0.5 million loss) · Cash generated from operations of £2.0 million (H1 2018: £4.0 million) after investment in stock of £6.1 million to cover inventory in the US and Retra stock to maximise the sales opportunity · Improved Christmas order book to be delivered by Retra, underpinning H2 outlook. Retra order book of £10.1 million at 30 June 2019 (30 June 2018: £9.5 million) · Action taken at LMS to reduce cost base, improve marg...

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Every item on this page was chosen by a Town & Country editor. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. December babies are anything but boring, so it’s appropriate that the three birthstones for December are equally outstanding. From turquoise, which has been coveted by societies across the world since ancient times (King Tut’s burial mask was famously adorned in turquoise stones,) to zircon, the Earth’s oldest and one of its most geologically interesting minerals, to tanzanite, which got its name (for Tanzania, where the stones were originally discovered) from Tiffany & Co. when the famed jeweler became the first large-scale distributor of the stone in 1968, all of December’s birthstones have a sense of history that pairs effortlessly with their cool-toned beauty. If you’re looking for a special gift for a December birthday that will stand the tests of time, look no further than this pretty birthstone jewelry. Bold turquoise gives these drop earrings a punch of color that brings the festivity for party season.  Not to be confused with synthetic cubic zirconia, zircon is a natural stone that gives a diamond-like shine...

Corrosion-Current Data for Nickel-Chromium Couples | Products Finishing

When nickel electroplate is coupled with chromium, a high current density and corrosion rate at the anode, usually nickel, are favored by a high electrolyte concentration, a high temperature and a low nickel-to-chromium area ratio. Figure 1 – Electrode potentials for Watts-type nickel (W), semi-bright nickel (S), bright nickel (B) and copper (C) in acidified sodium chloride solutions. C1 and C2 refer to copper electrodeposited in a Rochelle strike bath and a high-efficiency cyanide solution, respectively. Figure 2 – Correlation of sulfide and total sulfur contents of eight nickel deposits with potentials in CASS electrolyte. Figure 3 – Variation of electrode potential in CASS solution with temperature for copper (C), Watts nickel (W); semi-bright-nickel (S1 and S3), and bright-nickel (B4 and B7) deposits. Figure 4 – Electrode potentials for Watts-type nickel (W), semi-bright nickel (S), bright nickel (B) and copper (C) in neutral salt and simulated-rain-water solutions. Figure 5 – Electrode potentials of chromium deposits on nickel, derived with a calomel probe in CASS solution at 77°F. The ranges shown here exclude readings at areas containing obv...

Goal Zero Yeti 3000: Are Lithium-Ion Inverters Job Site Ready?

Whether you’re looking at job site, recreational, or emergency power applications, you’re unlikely to find a better overall package than what Goal Zero offers with the Yeti 3000 without moving to gas generators.  As gas tools make way for battery-powered options, outdoor power equipment is seeing a significant shift. Gas generators represent one of the high-value sectors in that market. Technology continues to move forward and while the Kohler enCube left us wanting in some areas, the Goal Zero Yeti 3000 promises a better experience. The biggest physical difference between the Kohler enCube and the Goal Zero Yeti 3000 is size. The Yeti is a much smaller package that weighs about 25 pounds lighter with more than 150% greater energy storage capacity. With 3,075 watt-hours of storage capacity in the lithium-ion cells, it blows the Kohler enCube’s 1,200 watt-hours away by miles. As products like this make the transition to lithium-ion, we can expect greater power density. That means more power and run-time for less weight. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERSgoogletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1389975325257-0′); }); The Goal Zero Yeti 3000 is a ...

Fetal Bovine Serum Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2019 – 2026

Global Fetal Bovine Serum Market, By Product (Charcoal Stripped, Chromatographic, Dialyzed FBS, Exosome Depleted, Stem Cell, Others), Application (Drug Discovery, Cell Culture Media, In Vitro Fertilization, Human & Animal Vaccine Production, Diagnostics, Others), End-User (Research & Academic Institutes, Industry), Geography (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa) – Industry Trends and Forecast to 2026 Global fetal bovine serum market is set to rise from its initial estimated value of USD 757.75 million in 2018 to an estimated value of USD 1428.72 million by 2026, registering a CAGR of 8.25% in the forecast period of 2019-2026. This rise in market value can be attributed to the increasing demand from drug discovery and various other research applications due to its benefits in research and drug development and pharmaceutical industry. Request for Sample of Global Fetal Bovine Serum Market Research Report @ https://databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-fetal-bovine-serum-market Fetal bovine serum is a by-product that is produced in the meat processing industries, with a number of widespread applications in pharmac...

Listen To The Sound Of Maserati’s First Electric Motor

Sound is a bit part of the motoring experience for car enthusiasts. It runs so deep that the growl of an internal combustion engine is considered by many to be the soul of the vehicle. An electric vehicle is virtually silent, which is great for the masses who seek a comfortable, quiet commute to and from work on a daily basis. For a company like Maserati, however, going electric means eliminating the sound which so many people love. That’s a risky proposition when you’re an Italian automaker in the business of building cars that excite the soul, but Maserati is addressing the issue of EV sound by specifically developing a distinctive noise for its future electric offerings. We already know the GranTurismo and GranCabrio will be fully electrified starting in 2021, and special attention is being given to the “music” these electric Maserati powertrains will make. After all, EVs are virtually silent – not completely silent. We suspect more than a few of you are rolling your eyes at this right now, but Maserati offers the video at the top of this article to give us a taste of what this new music is like. All electric motors emit a whine and whistle, but whereas most automakers deemph...

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Milwaukee — Placon Corp. and Profile Plastics Inc. each picked up three awards, and Plastics Unlimited Inc. won the People’s Choice award, during the parts competition at the Society of Plastics Engineers Thermoforming Conference. Held Sept. 9-11, the conference drew 534 people to the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee for technical presentations and a trade show. Parts competition winners were announced at an awards dinner Sept. 10. Parts competition Chairman Travis Kieffer said 18 parts entered the competition. This year, the SPE thermoforming division added two new awards, for parts that show sustainability and the use of recycled materials, and parts made with automation and new technology, he said. Placon of Madison, Wis., took home the gold for the Orthofix tray package designed to hold two medical screws in place until they are used in the operating room. Placon thermoforms the packaging, which includes a retainer tray and a tray cover, from glycol-modified PET sheet. Placon officials said they allowed the customer to save more than $50,000 — the average cost to validate a new medical package. The key challenge was finding a package that would hold the screws without ca...

New Developments in Popular Puerto Rican Tourist Area Overwhelm Sewer Infrastructure, Threaten Endangered Coral Reefs

Steve Tamar, vice chair of the Surfrider Foundation, tests water samples he collects each week. His findings suggest a rise in bacteria found in fecal matter and sewage is killing a species of coral that’s already nearly extinct. Steve Tamar, vice chair of the Surfrider Foundation, tests water samples he collects each week. His findings suggest a rise in bacteria found in fecal matter and sewage is killing a species of coral that’s already nearly extinct. Steve Tamar, vice chair of the Surfrider Foundation, tests water samples he collects each week. His findings suggest a rise in bacteria found in fecal matter and sewage is killing a species of coral that’s already nearly extinct. Steve Tamar, vice chair of the Surfrider Foundation, tests water samples he collects each week. His findings suggest a rise in bacteria found in fecal matter and sewage is killing a species of coral that’s already nearly extinct. Puerto Rico’s coral reefs, already in danger of extinction, are now further threatened by bacteria from fecal matter. Experts and activists say that the problem is coming from an overwhelmed sewage system in a popular tourist area, and that if not addressed, the damage will so...

Machinery makers to parade smarter, more sustainable options at K 2019 logo-pn-color logo-pn-color

Injection press manufacturers will show off many of the signature themes of the plastics industry today: a circular economy, Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence and new technology to improve service and enable preventive maintenance, including augmented reality and the use of sensors to predict problems. And until someone invents a technology — be it virtual reality or some other highly advanced technology pending development — that lets you visit a trade show from the comfort of your couch, you have to travel to Düsseldorf, Germany, in the fall for the technology world’s largest plastics trade show. Arburg GmbH & Co. KG (Hall 13, Booth A13) officials have created company-specific terms to show its commitment to the topics of digitalization and the circular economy: “arburgXworld” and the launch of “arburgGREENworld.” The main goal is to conserve resources and make a significant contribution to production efficiency. In a practical circular-economy demonstration, Arburg will present two examples of arburgGREENworld. First, the company will mold polypropylene cups from about 30 percent recycled PP on a new size of hybrid Allrounder, with 600 m...

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