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The time of thanswasa is coming soon. I am having a hard time grasping this. @pmpic.. Its a lcd or a tv? Need to see the back in order to check. Will try with the one in front.. Edit Looks like the test movie is compressed or something. Is it working now? A: You have a problem with your SML, this is written at the top of your file [SML] You should have a line like this [SML] And your code is [SML] module Main where This should read like this: module Main where [SML] Why? Because the SML module definition allows multiple, nested, conditions to be specified within the module declaration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said that the Bill's passage had to be unanimous in the Senate and House. It must be unanimous in the House. WASHINGTON — The Senate defeated an amendment Wednesday to delay the planned closure of the nation's oldest nuclear reactor for three years, in a blow to Democrats and the Obama administration who wanted to extend the lease for the decades-old facility at the nation's only nuclear power plant. The vote was 54-44, far short of the 60 needed to overturn the Democratic filibuster of the amendment. All but four Republicans voted for the amendment, which would have kept the Vermont Yankee plant open indefinitely while the federal government assessed the impact of the proposed closure. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., the amendment's sponsor, said the amendment was intended to "offer some rationality to this debate." "We think that the impact of the closing of this plant has not been fully assessed, and that there is much that we do not know about the possible impact," he said. In Vermont, the vote split along party lines, with Democrats voting for the amendment and Republicans voting against it. Four years ago, Vermont became the first state in the country to pass legislation making Vermont the first state to ban the production, use and sale of nuclear weapons, and U.S. Rep. Peter Welch, a Democrat, was one of the sponsors of that law. Vermont has a long history of being a center for atomic energy research. Three reactors located at the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant produce nearly one-third of Vermont's electricity. Sen. Patrick be359ba680


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