Asda, M Primark, Sainsbury’s and Tesco all confirmed that their sunglasses are tested to British Standards. This is a more important step when dealing with older young children, but if you want your youngster to wear sunglasses, it’s crucial they like them. You can narrow down their alternatives based on security and durability, but when it comes to style and colour, the choice is greatest left with the wearer..
Why Ralph Stanley, and why today? He has, after all, long been recognized as a major artist in bluegrass. The Stanleys, who began recording in the late 1940s, were among the most popular early bluegrass bands, performing on fifteen minute segments on local radio stations and playing in small venues throughout the South. Bluegrass never made much impact on the national country music charts, however, and by the late 1950s it was in decline, victimized by rockabilly and easy listening country music.
With the competition back on American soil, a relatively young team, and who knows what kind of facial fur from the Alaskan wilderness, Olsen thinks this year is the tipping point. “If we could win 12 gold that would be spectacular,” he said. And Jack Passion plays a big role in his plans..
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For Sam, Dean is a constant source of support and comfort. Dean is his home, his stone number one, the one person who never loses faith in him, who never gives up on him, no matter what. Part of Sam innocence and softness is only due to Dean having protected him his whole life..
Now, the Washington based Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has obtained documents from the Department of Homeland Security, which EPIC says provide evidence that the government failed to properly test the safety of full body scanners at airports, and dismissed concerns from airport agents about excessive exposure to the machines radiation.The documents, which include emails, radiation test results and radiation studies, were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by EPIC and released on June 24. The advocacy group says they indicate that Homeland Security mischaracterized safety findings by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), by suggesting that NIST had the safety of full body scanners.But in an email obtained by EPIC, a NIST official stated that the agency had not tested the scanners for safety and does not in fact do product testing. Rather NIST had merely measured the radiation dose from a single machine against the standard of what is considered acceptable.