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edu), an online university recognized for its quality and affordability, is offering those students a lifeline: the WGU Lifesaver Transfer Scholarship.
The Lifesaver Case consists of a switch, which provides real-time location updates and personal information about the device's owner.
Marks Tey-based developer of various nano-filtration products that turn dirty water into clean, pure drinking water, Lifesaver Systems Limited, has been tapped to provide its technology to some of the most impoverished people in Colombia in conjunction with local charity PAIS 21.
Each lifesaver is accompanied by tips, how to use it at specific grade levels, internet resources, and handouts.
According to the veteran-owned company, Lifesaver is able to filter out impurities down to 15 nanometers, which produces sterile water with "no foul taste.
The combat lifesaver aid bag is typically issued with atropine.
In this sequel to 100 Library Lifesavers, Bacon, a secondary school library media specialist in Indiana, offers more solutions to challenges of the job.
The veteran engineer said public-awareness programs, such as the one sponsored by Operation Lifesaver and the Southern California Rail Safety Team on Thursday, have helped decrease the number of tragedies.