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Without the innovations that Jack O'Neill undertook to provide for his family and allow himself to surf longer (as he loved to say), the surf industry boom of the 1960s and 1970s may never have happened. "One of the guys up there told me: "O'Neill, you are going to sell the five guys on the beach and you are going to be out of business". By the 1980s, O'Neill had become the world's largest recreational wetsuit maker and the O'Neill surf brand had gone global.
  • Modi meets UN chief, stresses on multilateralism to combat

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    While intervening during the interactive session at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Modi raised concerns against the states, who supply arms and financial assistance to the terrorists and called on for a joint fight against the menace.
  • Warriors Big Third Sinks Cleveland in Finals Opener

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    He was the best player on the floor in Game 1 by a wide margin, outdueling LeBron, who finished with 28 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists but had eight turnovers in 40 minutes and was a -22 on the floor. "We got to stop the ball first and then fan out to the 3-point line if those guys go there". Durant easily going around LeBron James for a layup.
  • US Scientists Revamp Antibiotic To Fight Superbugs

    US Scientists Revamp Antibiotic To Fight Superbugs

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    Derek Lowe, a medicinal chemist, said he's excited about the report and looks forward to seeing what the new form of vancomycin will be when it's further developed. Previously, he and his colleagues showed that two modifications to the antibiotic made it even more effective. "With these modifications, you need less of the drug to have the same effect", Dr Boger said.
  • Defense Sec'y Mattis seeks continuity in policy toward Asia

    Defense Sec'y Mattis seeks continuity in policy toward Asia

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    Mattis said he would talk about the need for countries to uphold worldwide law, an apparent reference to Beijing's construction activities on disputed islets and reefs in the South China Sea . was "going to have to send China a clear signal that first, the island-building stops and second, your access to those islands also is not going to be allowed".
  • Man dies after swimming with new tattoo

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    She also warned that people shouldn't swim right after getting inked, may it be in a swimming pool, the sea, or in hot tubs where flesh-eating bacteria and other microbes may possibly lurk. vulnificus ". It's also recommended that anyone who gets a tattoo waits until the tattoo heals - which can take several weeks - before going swimming or immersing his or her body in water, according to Healthline .
  • United Nations warns Yemen conflict is leading to country's collapse

    United Nations warns Yemen conflict is leading to country's collapse

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    Ahmed said that the main parties are not willing to accept or discuss compromises that are needed for peace. "Yemenis are paying a price for their needless delay", Ahmed noted. Stephen O'Brien blamed the crisis on the "inaction - whether due to inability or indifference - by the global community". An outbreak of cholera has killed 500 people since late April, and the United Nations expects 150,000 more cases of the disease in the next six months.
  • Chris Woakes ruled out of ICC Champions Trophy with side strain

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    If England reach the final of this tournament, they will play five matches in 17 days. The fall of Hales brought in Eoin Morgan (75 not out), who, along with Root, then continued the pace and added 143 runs to chase down the the highest target in the Champions Trophy with 16 balls remaining.
  • Elephant tramples four to death in southern India

    Elephant tramples four to death in southern India

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    Chennai: Four people were trampled to death by a wild elephant near Coimbatore . The elephant had trampled Palannisamy in his farm in the morning and police move in to keep local people at a safe distance even as crowds gathered to watch the operation.
  • Salmonella outbreaks linked to live poultry sickens hundreds nationwide

    Salmonella outbreaks linked to live poultry sickens hundreds nationwide

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    In those outbreaks, 895 people were sickened in 48 states. Seven of the 16 are children younger than 5. Five people were hospitalized in the state and no deaths have been reported, the Washington State Department of Health says. In interviews, 190 (83%) of 228 ill people reported contact with live poultry in the week before illness started. "It's from the feces of the chickens, and so when you touch them and you infect your hands, and then you touch your face or touch food - that's how ...
  • Red Sox put LHP Rodriguez on DL after fall in bullpen

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    He has had a good run so far in the last few starts but Thurday night he really got knocked around. That was given a warmer response from the Wrigley Field crowd than most opposing player homers, but a fan threw the ball back on the field all the same.
  • Warriors Win Game One of NBA Finals Easily Over Cavs

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    Durant dominated early with dunks when the Cavs tried to silence 3-point sharpshooters, only to have Curry catch fire in a 13-0 run that opened the second half and put Cleveland down double digits for good. Yet the Warriors have to leave them, and if they do, Golden State will likely start roasting them with three-pointers. That's where the Warriors are deadliest, on the run, and in Game 1 Cleveland couldn't slow down the express.