Holiday Inn Austin NW Plaza/Arboretum
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... who were in the most affected area, would experience an absolute increase in the risk of cancer (of all types) during their lifetime, of approximately 1% due to the accident. With the lifetime risk increase for thyroid cancer, due to the accident, for a female infant, in the most affected radiation location, being estimated to be one half of one percent[0.5%]. Cancer risks for the unborn child are considered to be similar to those in 1 year old infants.
... Prussian War in the battalion of the National Guard militia commanded by Jules-Henri-Marius Bergeret, the future member of the Comité de vigilance de Montmartre.(p66) He intended to be a Roman Catholic priest but, after the war and the Paris Commune, he went to Canada and became a member of the Methodist Church in Montreal.(p66)
He also spent two years as a teacher and lay assistant to a French mission priest.(p187)
He worked as a catechist in ...
... and framed randomly with trees reaching out of the lake's dark heart. An eerie enough site made more so by a heavy cloud burst as we rode above the marshes and the gnarled heads of Wally gators.
We paused at Lafayette for lunch in an old style diner named Dwyer's. We made it just in the nick of time for the "home style" meal. A sweet old lady behind the counter rattled off the menu then dished us up some Southern fried catfish, shrimp stew with green salad, ...
... customer, and the busier ones not really hosting any sort of interactive atmosphere between musician and punter. The band made up half of the people in the building, including the bar staff. I must confess, I was beginning to get a bit homesick at this point. We really do take our pub music culture for granted. For all its amateurism, there will be some nights where it's really awesome, and even if it's not awesome you can guarantee a good time ...
... inside the Ugg Boot shop, nor could I believe the security guy minding the front door. These Ugg Boots must be expensive and in demand.
My word, it was a long...long...day!
Ultimately we filled the car boot and then headed home.
Sorry, no Ugg Boots though.
Tomorrow Sam and I are going to the park to kick the footy. We haven't done that since he was 15 and playing for Goodwood Saints.