Duke University's Gothic architecture and academic excellence alongside its mixed historical legacy makes it a microcosm of the American South's historical dilemmas.
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The Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square, among America's most popular tourist destinations, are undergoing a major renovation.
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The Enough Stuff inventory app for iOS helps you keep track of how much you have of items so you don't buy more of them than you need.
The all-in-one iOS app that's a gardening calendar, gardening journal, gardening to-do list and source of gardening information.
The iOS app that helps you keep track of what tasks you need to do and when to do them to maintain your home well all year long.