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Egyptian Obelisks Unplugged: The Lost Chord Divine

Ancient Origins 06 Feb 2023
The magic of ancient Egypt, with its ... Today iconic architectural and engineering representations of ancient Egypt are the Great Pyramid; the guardian of the Giza Plateau, the Sphinx; the temples and the obelisks ... Courtesy Donald B Carroll) Engineering the Sphinx and Great Pyramid.
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Egypt’s Growing Side Gig Economy

Egyptian Streets 06 Feb 2023
In the years since the COVID-19 pandemic, Egypt’s side gig economy has encompassed increasingly broad strands of the workforce ... Today, both local and international job search engines advertise a myriad of freelance translation, editing, and copywriting jobs in Egypt, requiring educational attainment and a fairly specialized skill set.
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Optimism and Activism is the theme for the Carbondale Salon series

Post Independent 27 Jan 2023
Activism doesn’t always need to be abrasive or hostile ... Ogbuji’s passion is spoken word performance art while his “day job” is being an engineer. . Born in Nigeria, Ogbuji moved to different countries growing up like Egypt and England, and briefly went to grade school in the United States ... Activity & Events ... 5 min ago. .
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Understanding Barriers to Realizing Full Potential of Egyptian Exports

Egypt Today 26 Jan 2023
In the following, Business Today Egypt delves deep into opportunities and hindrances ... Member of the Home Appliance Department at the Engineering Industries Chamber Bahgat Al Dahesh tells Business Today Egypt that increasing exports is a goal that both the government and producers must work towards.
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To save Egypt’s economy, get the army out of it

Economist 26 Jan 2023
TO THE LIST of spectacular ruins across Egypt, you can now add its economy ... But official figures have not kept up with Egypt’s economic decline, so the reality is almost certainly worse.\nThis has brought misery to the Egyptian people ... Costly grain and a lack of sunburnt Russians have put pressure on Egypt’s foreign-exchange reserves and the pound.
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Thomas Alianak

Carroll County News 25 Jan 2023
Thomas Alianak of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, was born October 25, 1947, in Khartoum, Sudan and died December 25, 2022 in Bentonville, Arkansas ... M ... Thomas earned a degree in Engineering in Egypt before traveling to England to continue his studies ... He and Janis wed on January 5, 2005. He loved to read, adored history and loved to do research ... ....
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On this day, January 25, 2015- Demis Roussos dies aged 68

Greek City Times 24 Jan 2023
Artemios "Demis" Ventouris-Roussos was born 15 June 1946 and died in Athens on the 25th January, 2015 aged 68 ... Roussos was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt in a Greek family. His father George (Yorgos Roussos) was a classical guitarist and an engineer and his mother Olga was a singer; her family also originally came from Greece ... .
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Florida Tech Scholar-Athlete Spotlight Recognizes Women’s Basketball Player Farah Shaaban

Space Coast Daily 22 Jan 2023
Shaaban is majoring in Aerospace Engineering ... In this Scholar-Athlete Spotlight, we are featuring Panther women’s basketball player Farah Shaaban, a sophomore who is majoring in Aerospace Engineering ... Louis Community College after growing up in Cairo, Egypt, Shaaban has played in all 14 games this season after playing in 11 games in 2021-22.
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Egyptian President's Republic Day visit to reinforce age-old ties with India

Beijing News 20 Jan 2023
"Egypt is a very important bilateral partner for us ... The Oberoi Group manages a hotel and runs Nile cruises; Kirloskar Brothers sells diesel engines and irrigation pump sets in Egypt; Ashok Leyland, Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki and MahindraMahindra market their vehicles in Egypt, and Bajaj Auto dominates the three-wheelers market.
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UAE consumer spending do not show ‘signs of a slowdown’: Network International CEO

Gulf News 20 Jan 2023
Interestingly, when looking at tourism spending, we saw large increases in visitors from Armenia up 9x and Egypt up 6x, which we believe is linked to the UAE welcoming a higher number of tourists from those countries during the World Cup ... Another growth engine for the future that we are excited about is Egypt.
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UAE consumer spending does not show ‘signs of a slowdown’: Network International CEO

Gulf News 20 Jan 2023
Interestingly, when looking at tourism spending, we saw large increases in visitors from Armenia up 9x and Egypt up 6x, which we believe is linked to the UAE welcoming a higher number of tourists from those countries during the World Cup ... Another growth engine for the future that we are excited about is Egypt.
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At The Clark, an exhibition of never-before-seen 18th-century drawings from the Bibliothèque nationale de France

The Berkshire Eagle 20 Jan 2023
... works cataloging flowers and fauna, works documenting events from the French Revolution and other historic events and lastly, images created an entire team of artists and engineers proficient in drawing were recruited to General Napoleon Bonaparte’s military expedition in Egypt.
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Proteinea announces release of 'Ankh' the world's top performing protein language model, a major step ...

Victoria Advocate 17 Jan 2023
Proteinea is a biotech startup based between the US & Egypt, specializing in protein engineering for biotherapeutics and a few other non-focus markets ... multidisciplinary background from biomedical engineering, to A.I/Deep learning, molecular biology, bioinformatics, and more.
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Brain drain in Middle East countries entails an ignorance cost amounting to trillions of dollars

Beijing News 16 Jan 2023
About half of these highly qualified and talented people who leave their country or remain abroad are doctors, 23 per cent engineers, and the rest professionals in other specialties ... About 100,000 scientists, engineers, and doctors each year come from Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria.

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