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The daily horoscope for each sign of the zodiac for Thursday, June 9, 2022

Your daily horoscope for June 9, 2022 is here with an astrological forecast for all zodiac signs from Thursday. The Moon spends the day in relationship-focused Libra, and he will look at Mars in Aries which is also with Chiron, the Wounded Healer. This Thursday, our relationships can be mixed with a tinge of both …

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Why the Avalanche in the Stanley Cup Final must be seen to be believed

After dominating three rounds of their post-season competition, the Colorado avalanche are heading to the Stanley Cup Finals. The Avs superstars delivered, as Nathan MacKinnon and Cale Makar both make strong arguments for the Conn Smythe. But they also had superb production from depth players, including a series-winning goal from Arturi Lehkonen in match 4 …

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Iga Swiatek wins Roland-Garros and beats Coco Gauff in the women’s final

PARIS — After two weeks of play at Roland Garros, the world No. Iga Swiatek and 18 year old American Coco Gauff met for the title. Swiatek, the 2020 Roland-Garros champion, won her 35th consecutive victory, equaling the best run of this century, a record held by Venus Williams. More importantly, it gave her a …

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Can Texas softball get back to the upset formula against crushing Oklahoma?

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – There are two ways to view Saturday’s opener of the Women’s College World Series slate. One is that the No. 1 seed, a historic dynasty, is playing a scrappy unranked underdog who got hot at the right time. Or more simply: it’s Oklahoma vs. Texas (3 p.m. ET, ABC and ESPN …

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Live: Daily Coronavirus Updates, June 2: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington State and the world

The United States will know “a lot of unnecessary loss of life“Unless Congress provides billions more dollars for COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments in preparation for the next wave of the pandemic,” the Biden administration said. Meanwhile, COVID-19 infections have reportedly increased in South Africa despite research that suggests 98% of the population had antibodies. …

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Qatar Airways CEO defends 160 more daily flights in ‘climate neutral’ World Cup

Qatar Airways announced on Thursday that it has partnered with regional carriers to allow World Cup ticket holders fly to Doha and return from neighboring countries just for the day. Climate advocates say the decision goes against the tournament’s sustainability goals. “Please don’t believe people who only say negative [things]”, Akbar Al Baker told CNN’s …

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“I wanted to show what I worked hard for, and today was the day” – Hardik Pandya

Gujarat Titansplaying their first IPL, dominated the league stagewon the first qualifierthen claimed victory in the IPL 2022 final against the Rajasthan Royals in Ahmedabad. Here’s how some of their key employees reacted to their fantastic victory. David Miller (481 runs at 68.71): “It’s been a phenomenal journey. To finish at the back was quite …

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Girls are hitting puberty at an earlier age, doctors say | The daily thread

It seems that girls are experiencing puberty at a younger age than in the past. As early as the 1990s, researchers began document that girls began to develop breasts around age 10, more than a year earlier than recorded in previous medical literature. The same study noted that black girls started puberty even earlier, around …

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