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Meanwhile, Russia conducted massive nuclear drills on Saturday. The Kremlin had said that Putin, who pledged to protect Russia’s national interests against what it sees as encroaching Western threats, would watch the drills and personally oversee the display of his country’s nuclear might from the situation room at the Russian Defense Ministry. The Defense Ministry said Putin will personally oversee Saturday’s display of his country’s nuclear might. Notably, the planned exercise involves the Crimea-based Black Sea Fleet. Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula after seizing it from Ukraine in 2014. . Underscoring the West’s concerns of an imminent invasion, a U.S. 40% to 50% of the ground forces deployed in the vicinity of the Ukrainian border have moved into attack positions closer to the border. The shift has been underway for about a week, other officials have said, and does not necessarily mean Putin has decided to begin an invasion. The defense official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal U.S.
Imagine having to do the work of a jackhammer using a sledgehammer or a pickaxe, and you'll quickly understand how important this one machine is to the construction industry. Concrete, asphalt and rock are hard -- sometimes really hard -- to work with. Thanks to that toughness, roads and building foundations last for decades. But when rebuilding or mining projects require removing these unyielding substances, a sledgehammer just isn't enough. That's when jackhammers come in handy. T-shaped jackhammers are among the most iconic, fearsome and ear-shattering tools on construction and demolition sites. Because they combine two fundamental human hand tools (a hammer and a chisel) in one mechanized body, they are also one of the most useful. We could always go back to the old way -- using heavy-headed sledgehammers -- but there probably aren't enough chiropractors in the world to keep construction workers' backs aligned. Plus, sledgehammers are achingly slow.
If neither is agreed to or completed in a certain amount of time, you can back out and recover your earnest money. The best bet when it comes to contingencies in a bidding war? The best sign for a seller is a sold sign, like this one on a house in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prices for housing here are up by 21.3 percent compared to March 2020 prices. You probably won't know what other interested buyers are offering. However, it is similar in that you can begin the process knowing your top bid. Your real estate agent can make it clear just how high. How strategic you are willing to get with an escalation clause. This is a clause in the contract that states you are willing to pay a certain amount more than the highest bona fide offer, Leigh explains. It only goes into effect once the seller's agent shows that there is an offer on the table that initiates the escalation clause.|Steam rises from Lake Michigan toward the Chicago skyline on a day when the temperature was -18 and -43 with the wind chill. When the winter temperature abruptly plunges to a brutally cold low, your car is buried under ice-encrusted snow, and you're shivering despite wearing thermal underwear, a wool sweater and a down parka, it probably doesn't help much to hear the TV meteorologist cheerfully explain that the cause of your misery is a distortion of something called the polar vortex. That sublimely ominous term might sound to you like the name of a giant monster with freezing-cold breath, the sort you'd see battling Godzilla in a 1950s Japanese sci-fi movie. You'd say, "Huh?" if only your teeth would stop rattling. Indeed, many people heard of the polar vortex for the first time in January 2014, when temperatures plunged to life-threatening lows -- in some places, 60 degrees Fahrenheit below zero (minus 51 degrees Celsius) when windchill was factored in -- across the Midwest and Northeast U.S.


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