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Thursday May 2nd, 2019 morning edition

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Here’s the bit that makes it sound like Rocket League’s days on Steam are numbered (bolding ours):.

“The PC version of Rocket League will come to the Epic Games store in late 2019.

In the meantime, it will continue to be available for purchase on Steam; thereafter it will continue to be supported on Steam for all existing purchasers.”.

But Epic wants you to know that it hasn’t technically announced that the game will stop being sold on Steam.

Not yet: “We are continuing to sell Rocket League on Steam, and have not announced plans to stop selling the game there.

Rocket League remains available for new purchasers on Steam, and long-term plans will be announced in the future,” an Epic spokesperson tells The Verge.

In 2015, the studio released Rocket League, an evolution to its 2008 game Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, to universal acclaim. »

PARAMETERS, US Army War College Quarterly

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They had just gone up to the door when two shotgun birdshot rounds were fired through the door, hitting the officers.

1435 The first CANG elements (two military police companies) deploy in support of the LAPD and the LA Sheriff's Department (LASD).

About five hours later, units from the CANG's 49th Military Police (MP) Brigade were mobilized and attached to the division. »

Asphalt for Recycling and Energy Reduction

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According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Federal Highway Administration, about 80 million tons of asphalt pavement is reclaimed each year, and nearly 100 percent of that total is recycled.

Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) can be recycled into pavement that is as high, or even higher, in quality as pavements made of all-virgin materials.

Asphalt plants also recycle the fine mineral particles that are generated in the process of producing asphalt pavement material. »