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Monday February 17th, 2020 morning edition

image for She read the fine print on her insurance policy. It won her $10,000 in a contest

At least one, it turns out, and it just netted her an easy $10,000.

Last month, St. Petersburg-based company Squaremouth began hiding the instructions for claiming the prize in the policy document for every Tin Leg travel insurance policy it sold.

If it went unnoticed, the plan was to donate the $10,000 to charity at the end of the year.

Andrews printed out her policy, stapled it together and sat down to read it right away.

The policy then listed an email address to contact to claim the prize, which Andrews wrote to right away.

"The main reason I always do it is that I went to the University of Georgia and I majored in consumer economics," she said.

"So it's always been a passion of mine to be consumer aware, and particularly, not to be taken advantage of. »

Video Of Armed Guard Threatening To Shoot Florida High School Student Trying To Leave Campus Despite His Excused Absence Goes Viral

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William Miller, a student at River Ridge High School, in New Port Richey, Florida hit a human roadblock while he traversed the campus' exit lane.

Miller claimed he ought to be free to go, that he had a legitimate excuse to leave school grounds.

At time of writing, the video has been viewed over 85,000 times and beckoned over 1500 comments. »

Molecular characterization and safety assessment of biofortified provitamin A rice

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The T-DNA contains a single AscI restriction site located at position 199 and a single XmaI site at position 8946 (Supplementary Fig.

Hybridizing fragments were not detected when backbone probes were tested against samples of AscI + XmaI-digested GR2E genomic DNA (Supplementary Fig.

3, lanes 6–8, panels A and B, adapted from GR2E-FFP submitted study reports), confirming the absence of plasmid backbone sequences. »