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Pummel and other researchers are exploring a variety of chemical and heat methods for cleaning and sterilization.
Summary: Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Aug 10 (ANI): With Karnataka pummeled by incessant rain and inundated with the flood, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa is slated to visit flood-affected areas of Mangaluru on Sunday to take stock of the situation.
Benilde (CSB) Theater was the sound of the fourth wall being pummeled, then flimsily fixed, then pummeled again-in a vicious cycle that lasted almost three hours-in the mind-numbing production of Nonon Padilla's 'Larawan ng Pilipino Bilang Artist(a),' which ended its two-week existence Dec.
CAIRO: Egypt's weather agency says a sandstorm has hit parts of the country, closing several highways in the southern provinces, days after rare heavy rainfall pummeled the capital of Cairo and other parts of the North African country.
Millions of people are without power in the US northeast as the powerful post-tropical storm Sandy pummels the region with hurricane-force winds, rain, and a dangerous storm surge that has caused flooding in many coastal areas including parts of New York City.
I was rushed to the hospital after being pummeled by a car while jogging last year.
In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on February 17, Perry Stephens, despite wearing a neck brace and using a cane, went to the aid of police officer Brian Harrison, who was being pummeled by a man who had been pulled over for a traffic violation.
Floridians are mourning the loss of some national champion trees in the wake of hurricanes that pummeled the state last fall.
In Florida, which was pummeled by four hurricanes in six weeks this year, several different strategies have enabled most insurers to hold their ground.