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Shaddox 15 Jun 17
at this afternoon !!
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Dan Meneses Sep 15
“Hi, my name is Big Ben and I hit Dingers”. Go Tribe!
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uwu 15 Mar 17
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Bikesh Rai 15 Apr 16
Lu hai moro jamma 4 yrs ppo vanxw yo ley :) :D :p
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ELOS America Oct 4
The Elosamerica Team in Monterey Aquarium and guess you Know the second ?
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Peach Exchange福岡店 Apr 5
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Heero El-Ȝarabi 16 May 16
Should I feel on after I watched of ?😒 Seriously she can avoid all of this if she talked to !😧
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Oceanwhirl 5 Oct 16
In even the handrails are friendly and helpful 💙
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eitas Mar 18
Today Google has a really great tribute to Japanese inventor Seiichi Miyake. Miyake invented an entirely new way for the visually impaired to navigate big cities, railways and parks. In 1965, Miyake invented the tactile paving slab (or "tenji block") in Japan.
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val yap Apr 10
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Abyzz Official 2 Jul 17
Absolutely stunning design and perfect setup - almost completely computer controlled living wall by .
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royalflash_fukuoka 21 Mar 17
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royalflash_fukuoka 2 Aug 16
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royalflash_fukuoka 12 Apr 17
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Keystone Systems Mar 18
Today's Doodle honors Seiichi Miyake who invented the Block. The block is a tactile paving slab designed to be used by people who are or to more easily & safely navigate public spaces.
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Frank Poliat Mar 18
pays tribute to His invention, the block, changed the way the interact with the world.
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iCanConnect Mar 18
Today's Google Doodle celebrates Japanese inventor Seiichi Miyaki, who created tactile tiles to help people who are blind and visually impaired navigate cities. Block
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UCD Japan Group Mar 18
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Kavinda Kariyapperuma Mar 19
Good Stuff ! celebrating Japanese inventor Seiichi Miyake, the creator behind blocks, which helps improve how people with low vision navigate public spaces. | This creation would've helped saved so many lives too |
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小山 Jun 1
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