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This particular route took the French through a rather barren and sparsely populated area of Spain, and also along treacherous mountain roads, where just the slightest slip meant certain death for man or beast. The route did take its toll on Junot’s army, whereby they lost half their horses and all but six of their guns, and this was without meeting any opposition. At the small town of Alcantara on the Tagus, he found some Spanish troops and quickly proceeded to seize their supplies and munitions, before continuing westwards towards Portugal..
Sam Singleton, Oakland Mills: A head coach since 1993, Singleton’s teams have won five indoor state titles as well as seven outdoor state championships. This is the third straight year Singleton has earned this award and fourth time in the last five years. “This team is special.
Shell’s musical “Make the Future” campaign came in No. 1 again this week on our Viral Video Chart covering brand campaigns in the seven days through Sunday, accomulating more than 35 million views. The campaign features famous singers including Jennifer Hudson, Steve Aoki, Pixie Lott, Luan Santana, Yemi Alade and Tan WeiWei in a music video for “Best Day Of My Life,” highlighting the need for more alternative energy..
Puzzlingly, Western world arbiters who want to shut down the clean end of the global producer spectrum come from those same countries in North America and Europe that blindly buy oil from irresponsible producers (who are only too happy to rub their hands together and take market share from us).New technology is demonstrating there is no shortage of inexpensive oil in the world, most of it buried under layers of negligence. Decades will pass before consumers kick the last empty oil barrel of their 100 million a day habit down the road. Until such time, the world needs more less transparent, accountable producers like Canada.