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  • Bermuda Hotel thumbnail Bermuda Hotel (Photograph)
    Bermuda is the perfect island destination for leaving the rest of the world behind. Relax on the balcony of a hotel along the beautiful blue water or walk among picturesque palm trees in the sand.
  • Garden Shed thumbnail Garden Shed (Photograph)
    A white picket fence welcomes visitors, who walk down a brick pathway to a small garden shed in a residential backyard. The shed is white with a red door, with small lanterns on either side of the door.
  • Library Shelving thumbnail Library Shelving (Photograph)
    A photograph depicts the center aisle of the library, with library shelving on each side. Walk down the aisle and read the letters on each shelving unit, until you come to the one that holds the book you are looking for.
  • Evaluating a Diamond
    While most diamond sellers will be happy to walk you through the process of buying your diamond, being an aware and informed consumer can help ensure that you get what you pay for.
  • Plus-Sized Woman (Photograph)
    A plus-sized woman with brown, shoulder-length hair holds a beloved pet. The woman is wearing a stylish turquoise blue garment. The dog wears a matching collar. The woman and her dog may be on their way outside, for a brisk walk in cooler weather.
  • Senior Couple at an Ocean Beach (Digital Image)
    A mature man and woman wearing brightly colored shirts hold hands at the edge of the ocean, while the surf crashes around them.
  • Palm Tree on a Caribbean Island Beach (Digital Image)
    A lone palm tree stands on white sands, while calm, blue waters provide a calming backdrop. The islands dotting the Caribbean Sea offer sun, sand, surf, and sky for those looking for a respite from today's busy world.
  • Metal Ladder in an Inground Swimming Pool (Digital Image)
    A chrome ladder dips into an inviting cerulean-blue inground pool. Feel the heat on the bottom of your feet as you walk across the tiles to the ladder. Dip a toe in the water, or go for the plunge.
  • White Horse Wearing a Bridle (Digital Image)
    A beautifully groomed white horse wears a well cared for bridle. Horse owners and horseback riders can find everything they need to enjoy their horses at tack shops.
  • Woman Jogging on an Indoor Treadmill (Digital Image)
    A middle-aged woman in pink and black exercise clothing enjoys a jog on an indoor treadmill. Treadmills can be found at the gym, but they can also be easily installed in your home.
  • Family Walking Along a Pebbly Beach (Digital Video)
    A family, comprising a father, a mother, and a young child, walk together on a pebbly beach.
  • Flower Vendor Selling Flowers (Digital Video)
    People walk along a busy sidewalk past a flower vendor and her colorful floral displays.

Walk News

  • 9 great reads from CNET this week - CNET
    We walk through Elon Musk's big ideas; visit Facebook's sincere, if confusing, privacy pop-up; and check out a robot lab.
    Cnet News Staff.  CNET.  Sat, 15 Dec 2018 13:00:22 +0000.
  • Teenager has a stroke after tearing an artery in his neck on a water slide
    The unnamed 16-year-old presented to Rashid Hospital in Dubai after being unable to walk or stand for the past 16 hours. A CT scan revealed he had a stroke in the cerebellum in his brain.
    Daily Mail.  Fri, 14 Dec 2018 18:20:40 +0000.
  • Ken Paxton: Tijuana migrants will go through a slow process
    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says that the caravan migrants waiting in Tijuana will be going through a slow process, sending a message that they are unable to walk across the border.
    Yahoo.  Fri, 14 Dec 2018 09:38:26 -0500.
  • Landing The Right Hire: When It's Time To Walk Away
    The job market is hot -- but that doesn't mean companies should act desperate. A venture capital firm talent executive shares five signs for spotting when a near-hire won't be a good fit.
    By Valley Voices, Contributor.  Forbes.  Thu, 13 Dec 2018 16:05:00 -0500.
  • Dire Diagnoses: Identifying Three Potentially Deadly Equine Diseases
    Not all diseases have cut-and-dried diagnoses. In this feature from our December 2018 issue, veterinarians walk us through actual cases of the tough-to-diagnose diseases: botulism, EPM, and Potomac horse fever. Read an excerpt now. ...
    Diane E. Rice.  The Horse.  Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:00:06 +0000.

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