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In order to score enough for a wristband, students need less than four absences, no less than a 2.0 GPA and no Fs.
Additional new features include cabin air ionization, gesture control for the sunshades, and a Fitbit-esque Activity Key wristband that can supplant the key fob for locking/unlocking and starting the vehicle.
Book purchase and wristbands are both required to meet the author, no exceptions.
Along with their blue or black cap and gown, each graduate was given a light-up wristband.
The tour was praised for its extensive visual productions including laser shows, confetti cannons, pyrotechnics and interactive light-up wristbands.
Also new is the option to go cash-less all weekend at the festival by linking your festival wristband to your credit or debit card.
She was bused to the FIU campus and was given a green wristband and Bed No.
Dozens of hospital workers established a command center outside, giving red wristbands to patients with critical, life-threatening conditions and yellow and green ones to those in better shape.
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