Category: azdhyecq

KMC deputes additional staff to combat dengue unknown fever

first_imgKolkata: The state Health department has taken several measures, including deployment of additional staff, to combat the spread of dengue and unknown fever in some pockets in North 24-Parganas.The affected areas included Habra, Gaighata, Barasat, Barrackpore and Ashoknagar. More than 2,000 people have been afflicted with dengue and unknown fever. The state health department has sanctioned Rs 40.50 lakh to pay the remuneration of additional staff for vector control and conduct house to house survey. Already 450 additional staffs have been engaged in Habra I and II, Gaighata and Barrackjpore II blocks. Virologists and doctors from School of Tropical Medicine have been sent to Habra-Ashoknagar hospital. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe patients with high fever are suffering from headache, nausea and body ache. It may be mentioned that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has instructed all the municipalities and civic bodies to gear up anti-larvae drives in their areas. In a recent meeting with the state health department officials at Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) headquarters, mayor Firhad Hakim said the KMC has become a model to combat Dengue for all the municipalities. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highway The KMC launched the anti-larvae drive from February. The drives kic started with rallies held in all the 144 wards. The KMC has identified 20 areas as vulnerable and special drives have been conducted in these areas. The civic body has asked all the laboratories carrying out pathological tests to conduct blood examination by ELISA method to detect dengue. Senior doctors said people suffering from Dengue during monsoon was not uncommon but Hemorrhagic Dengue Fever often poses serious life threat if the patient is not monitored properly. They advised people suffering from high fever to increase their fluid intake. They said people suffering from high fever should not panic and consult doctor for advice.last_img read more

Abbotsford BC officer didnt like guns but didnt hesitate when call came

first_imgABBOTSFORD, B.C. – An Abbotsford, B.C., police constable killed in the line of duty was remembered as dedicated and caring, a man who had a gut-busting sense of humour and a dislike for guns.Thousands of officers and first responders jammed into Abbotsford Centre on Sunday while members of the public filed into spill-over centres for the celebration of life for 53-year-old Const. John Davidson.His police partner, Const. Renae Williams, described Davidson as a man with a sense of humour who took far longer to get coffees because staff at the coffee shop couldn’t understand his thick Scottish accent.“He could take it as well as he could dish it out and did more than his fair share of doling out playful barbs. Most of his comebacks included the line ‘Well back in the U.K. we did this.’”Davidson got his start in policing in Northumbria in the United Kingdom in 1993, where few police officers carry guns. He moved to Canada in 2006 and had worked in the Abbotsford department for 11 years.He had a gift of gab, was respectful and civil to the public, level-headed and believed there were lessons to be passed on with each traffic stop, Williams told the service.“He was tough, but more than fair. That was evident by the number of people I have seen shake his hand after getting a ticket.”Williams said Davidson pushed himself to be first, whether it was during a workout or in trying to help others.“Which is exactly what happened on Nov. 6, 2017,” she said, her voice cracking with emotion.“For a man who hated guns and never became comfortable carrying a gun after coming over from the U.K., he was one of the first to step in and intervene when a call of shots fired came in.”Before the ceremony on Sunday, hundreds of people lined the streets of Abbotsford in the pouring rain to watch thousands of first responders march behind the hearse carrying Davidson’s coffin.Police officers from as far as Ontario and the U.K. joined the procession, marching in a unified sea of blue and red uniforms. Abbotsford police has expected about 8,000 first responders to attend.The crowd inside the area was silent as eight of Davidson’s fellow officers carried in his coffin.His service belt and both his police hats from Abbotsford and Northumbria were placed atop his coffin, draped in a Canadian flag. During the service, the chief of the Northumbria police presented Davidson’s wife with a Scottish flag.Abbotsford’s police chief, Bob Rich, told the service that Davidson was the first officer to arrive when there was a report of a man firing rounds from a shotgun into a truck.“When that shot rang out, evil won. There was an oily blackness that fell upon our city. It was awful. I cannot imagine a darker thing to have happen to us,” Rich said.Rich said the suspect was later surrounded by five Abbotsford officers in police vehicles and they fired, hitting the suspect.“That man’s evil intentions, I totally believe, were to kill more of us. There was going to be a rampage in the city of Abbotsford. I don’t know who would have fallen,” he said. “But they stopped him at that moment and their lights shone bright at that moment.”Since the death, Rich said there has been an outpouring of support from fellow officers and the public.A suspect, Alberta resident Oscar Arfmann, 65, has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with Davidson’s death. He is scheduled to appear in court again on Nov. 28.Davidson’s friend, Abbotsford Sgt. Jason Scott, told the service that Davidson was good at what he did and was proud to be a husband, father and police officer.Davidson is survived by his wife, Denise, and three adult children, Dina, Fay and Drew.Dina Davidson told the service that their father was modest and never mentioned his accomplishments.She said they didn’t recognize the man others were describing after his death.“He never let us know any of that,” she said, laughing.She thanked those who helped her father after he had been shot.“Please forgive yourself for not being able to change his fate.”Fay Davidson said it is hard to capture in words how amazing their father was. Her siblings held her as she spoke, her voice choked with tears.“It is agonizing to picture a future without his guidance and support,” she said. “But we’ll always be able to hear his harsh Scottish accent cheering us on.”last_img read more

St Regis Mohawk Tribal police chief fired over cash payments for impounded

first_imgAPTN National News AKWESASNE–St. Regis Mohawk Tribal police Chief Andrew Thomas has been fired following a probe into cash payments received by the police force for towing and storage fees for impounded vehicles, the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Commission said Thursday.The police commission said in a statement Thomas was fired on July 24.Thomas is facing disciplinary charges filed July 7 from the commission for gross misconduct and disregard for tribal and regulatory policies and failure to reconcile receipts and funds, the statement said.Thomas appeared before a disciplinary hearing on July 15 and the police commission voted unanimously to terminate his employment.The investigation was triggered by a query from a community member about the police department’s taking of cash payments for impounded vehicles.A spokesperson for the St. Regis Tribe said the police commission would not be issuing any further comment.Matthew Rourke is currently the acting tribal police chief.The St. Regis Tribe governs the U.S.-side of Akwesasne, a Mohawk community which straddles the Canada-U.S. border about 120 km west of read more

CEB ordered to appear in court over illegal power cuts

The Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) has been ordered to appear in court over the power cuts implemented around the country.The Colombo Fort Magistrate’s Court ordered the CEB to appear in court on April 09 after the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) filed legal action saying the power cuts were illegal. The CEB was accused of failing to obtain approval from the PUCSL to carry out the power cuts. (Colombo Gazette)

In a sign of broader ambitions Facebook opens hardware lab

by Brandon Bailey, The Associated Press Posted Aug 3, 2016 10:45 am MDT Last Updated Aug 3, 2016 at 11:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email In a sign of broader ambitions, Facebook opens hardware lab MENLO PARK, Calif. – Facebook built its fortune on the internet, that non-physical space where people share updates and digital videos with friends. But deep inside its Silicon Valley headquarters, engineers have stocked a new lab with computerized lathes, industrial mills and tools for making physical goods.It’s not a factory for mass-producing smartphones or other consumer products. Rather, it’s where engineers will be working on some of the high-tech gadgetry needed for the company’s long-term plans to connect people through smart devices, virtual-reality headsets and high-flying drones that deliver internet signals via laser to remote parts of the world.And like Google’s celebrated X lab, where the internet search giant pursues “moonshot” projects such as self-driving cars, Facebook’s new research facility demonstrates that in Silicon Valley, leading tech companies are rarely content to keep doing the same thing.“When you think about connecting the world, you have to build different types of hardware to help people connect,” said Jay Parikh, Facebook’s head of engineering and infrastructure.To get virtual reality right, he added, Facebook needs to refine hardware such as lenses and processors.The lab will be a space for engineers to design energy-efficient servers for Facebook data centres, test new laser mounts and drone propellers and perfect a prototype 360-degree video camera that Facebook unveiled at a conference in April.Facebook announced the lab’s opening Wednesday and invited journalists to tour it. The company wouldn’t say how much it spent to build the facility.The lab is dubbed Area 404, a joke playing off the “error 404” message internet users see when they try to visit a web page that can’t be found. Facebook says its engineers had long talked about wanting such a workspace, but it couldn’t be found because it didn’t exist until now.Facebook became a Silicon Valley powerhouse and Wall Street darling because its vast online network is a mecca for digital advertisers. The company sold more than $6 billion worth of ads in the April-June quarter, reaping more than $2 billion in profit.That offers plenty of leeway to invest in new ventures. Two years ago, the company spent $2 billion to buy Oculus VR, a startup that makes high-end gear for virtual reality. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has predicted that virtual reality will be a leading platform for communication, entertainment, education and business in the future. In recent speeches, he outlined a 10-year vision for Facebook that includes services based on virtual reality, artificial intelligence and internet access for the world’s most under-developed regions.The Oculus operation has its own lab in Seattle, while Facebook’s drone team is based in Somerset, England. They aren’t relocating, but Parikh said engineers from both groups will also use the new facility.Zuckerberg has hinted at other aspirations, too. This spring, he announced the formation of a mysterious research-and-development group known as “Building 8.” It’s led by prominent engineer Regina Dugan, a former director of the Pentagon’s Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, the agency that created the internet in the late 1960s.Before joining Facebook, Dugan ran a Google team that specialized in “rapid innovation” of new tech gadgets. Her projects included a location-tracking smartphone camera for creating 3-D virtual worlds, a technology that Lenovo will include in the Phab2 Pro out this month .Dugan’s group will use the Area 404 lab, but Facebook wouldn’t talk about specific projects she will undertake.Analysts say it’s too early to know if these ideas are “vanity projects” or if they will boost Facebook’s bottom line. But rivals including Google, Amazon and Microsoft have similar ambitions, some involving drones, tablets or other hardware. Facebook says it spent $4.8 billion on research and development in 2015, nearly doubling its budget from the previous year.“When you’re big enough, you need to think bigger picture and longer term,” said Bob O’Donnell, chief analyst at Technalysis Research.Facebook could wait for others to develop new gadgets, he said, but the company can learn by designing hardware on its own and seeing how its software works with it. He said Facebook could even license its hardware ideas for others to manufacture.Aside from Oculus, most of Facebook’s hardware isn’t aimed at the consumer market. Several years ago, the tech industry was abuzz with rumours that Zuckerberg wanted to build a Facebook smartphone. That never happened, although Facebook created special software for an HTC phone that didn’t sell well.Instead, Facebook has led an industry effort to develop more energy-efficient computer centres by sharing server designs with other companies. Similarly, Facebook says it developed the 360-degree video camera to show other inventors what’s possible in new camera designs. Those designs could, in turn, produce more video content for the social network to share.Facebook executives say their solar-powered drones are also meant as prototypes, in the hope that telecommunications companies will use their designs. While Zuckerberg says internet access can spur economic development in poor nations, Facebook also stands to benefit if more people get online.___Follow Brandon Bailey at or find his reporting at . In this photo taken Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016, model maker Spencer Burns, leads a tour of Area 404, the hardware R&D lab, at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) read more

Zach Farmer remembered for relentless positivity in the face of illness

Zach Farmer’s No. 34 is written on the mound at Bill Davis Stadium after his passing on Aug. 4, 2015. Credit: Ryan Cooper / Sports EditorStay strong, don’t give up and keep fighting.Those are the words Zach Farmer lived by throughout his battle with cancer; and although the former Ohio State pitcher may have lost his battle with acute myeloid leukemia, he is still inspiring his teammates and coaches to live their lives to the fullest.OSU baseball coach Greg Beals said that Farmer’s legacy will live on well past his 21 years of life.“We learned a lot from Zach and his positive outlook, just that attitude that he was going to make it all good, was absolutely one of his strongest characteristics, no doubt,” Beals said Tuesday afternoon. Farmer passed away earlier that morning.OSU held a memorial service in honor of Farmer’s life at Bill Davis Stadium, where Farmer’s No. 34 was added to the pitcher’s mound in tribute. Beals said he knows Farmer will be watching over his former team.“We’re certainly going to have a guardian angel,” Beals said. “He’ll be there for our pitchers and our whole team. Today, I just felt it was proper to put his number on the mound. We’re going to light this stadium up tonight and keep the lights on tonight, so he can look down on us.”Beals said that Farmer’s fight has brought the team closer, reminding them to hold every day precious.“We talk about brotherhood,” Beals said. “It’s not an opportunity we’re certainly looking for, but it does present an opportunity for that brotherhood to strengthen and grow and that’s what Zach would want, no doubt about it. Not for it to benefit us as a team, but to benefit each of us as individuals, to take advantage of our opportunities, not to take things for granted, that life is precious and we need to attack every day like Zach did.”Adam Niemeyer, a rising redshirt sophomore pitcher for the Buckeyes, said he and his teammates are supporting each other through this tough time.“We’re all just there for each other, helping each other through it, talking to each other and just really praying for Zach’s family because that’s the most important thing right now,” Niemeyer said.Niemeyer said the last time he saw Farmer was when a group of players visited Farmer at his family’s home last week in Piketon, Ohio.“We just hung out with him,” Niemeyer said. ”It was actually during the Hall of Fame induction ceremony when Randy Johnson gave him a shout out. It was pretty cool to be there with him watching that stuff all happen, and we just hung out like it was a normal day — it was a good day.”Then-freshman pitcher Zach Farmer throws a pitch against Toledo on April 2, 2014. Farmer passed away on Tuesday from a second bout of leukemia.Credit: Lantern file photoFarmer was considered a professional prospect before arriving to OSU, but Niemeyer said his attitude didn’t give off the slightest bit of arrogance.“Zach was a great kid,” Niemeyer said. “Great teammate, very unselfish person. He was a very touted recruit out of high school, had the opportunity to get drafted out of high school, but just knowing Zach, you never would’ve known that just from talking to him. He was a very humble kid, good kid, a great teammate, and we’re going to miss him.”In Farmer’s one season at OSU, he compiled a 6-4 record with a 3.28 ERA before being diagnosed with leukemia. Farmer fought hard and initially thought he had beaten the illness — announcing he was cancer free just a couple of months after the diagnosis — but his victory was short-lived as the cancer returned after his body rejected the bone-marrow transplant — a condition known as graft-versus-host disease.Farmer opted to go through a second chemotherapy treatment — which was not compatible with the treatment for GVHD — to try to fight off the cancer, but it was too late, as his lungs began to fail him.Before he passed, Farmer married his girlfriend of four years, Kelsie Mays, who took his last name after marriage. They had their reception in the gymnasium of Farmer’s former school —  Piketon High School — on July 19, just days after he learned of his fatal diagnosis.His former teammate Niemeyer said Farmer’s life and death will provide extra motivation for the Buckeyes this upcoming season.“It’s definitely going to be something to play for, it’s always going to be on our minds,” Niemeyer said. “You can never really take anything for granted. It really puts things into perspective, and it will give us something to play for this spring.”Was privileged to know the person behind the pitcher. Gone too soon but his inspiration & love will live on.God bless the Farmer family #RIP— Nick Sergakis (@SurgieeBaby) August 4, 2015Lost a brother today. I will never forget how Zach Farmer inspired me and so many others with his battle. Rest easy Farm Boy #ZF11— Pat Porter (@Pat_Porter3) August 4, 2015 read more

1Gbps Internet coming to 700 homes in California for 70 a month

first_imgAt one time, a 1Gbps broadband connection to the Internet seemed like a pipe dream. That was until we reported in April 2010 that an ISP based in Hong Kong planned to offer it for an astonishing $26 a month. Luckily, such a service being offered here in the U.S. became more of a reality when Google partnered with December of last year the two companies teamed up to manage Google’s trial fiber-to-the home-network at Stanford University which will encompass 850 faculty and staff homes on campus. One of the reasons was viewed as a top candidate to manage Google‘s network was due to the fact the company had previously announced its own plans to offer fiber connections of up to 1Gbps to homes in Sebastopol, California. That deployment has now begun.AdChoices广告While just the mere fact that a 1Gbps connection will become an option for about 700 homes in Sebastopol is astounding, what is truly mind blowing is what plans to charge for the plan. Believe it or not, they only want $69.95 per month for it, and that even includes two phone lines with unlimited long distance calling. A 100Mbps option for $39.95 a month will also be offered which includes one phone line with unlimited long distance calling.Within the next month, about 60 homes residing on Florence Avenue will be connected to’s fiber network with the remaining homes being connected before the end of the year. The service will begin as a trial which, if successful, will be followed by the deployment of a similar network to Santa Rosa or San Francisco.Outside of its deployment at Stanford University, Google plans to deploy a 1Gbps fiber network to Kansas City as part of its goal to reach from 50,000 up to potentially 500,000 homes with its fiber network. Google selected Kansas City as part of its Fiber for Communities Project which solicited submissions from a number of communities nationwide with Kansas City eventually coming out on top. The Kansas City fiber network is expected to be up and running by 2012.Read more at PressDemocrat.comlast_img read more

Opinion Direct provision has been a disaster

first_img By Ronan Herlihy Short URL WE HAVE A long history of scandals to our name. In times gone by, scandals involving the Catholic Church have been prominent. Scandals surrounding politicians have received plenty of attention.Some scandals were so dishonourable that we even went as far as setting up tribunals to deal with them.We now have a 4-step plan with dealing with scandals: exposure, outrage, tribunal and more outrage.A disasterHowever, one scandal has stayed constant for nearly two decades. One scandal has looked us straight in the eyes and refused to blink. One scandal has refused to go away and it is this scandal that will judge us as a country in years to come. To cut to the chase, direct provision has been a disaster.There have been an abundance of reports and a litany of articles written highlighting the ungodly conditions service users encounter on a daily basis.Up to December 2017, there were 5,096 people in direct provision. Total capacity in the 34 centres spread across 17 counties, means we are operating at a capacity of 93%.Service users have repeatedly spoken open heartedly of being monitored 24/7 like prisoners, their only crime being that they came here from their war ravaged countries, in search of hope and to fulfil whatever ambition they might possess.Right to workHere’s a case in point. Up to recently service users have been unable to seek work legally. This has since changed due to a Supreme Court ruling. As all service users receive only €21.60 per week, this ruling is welcome and can only be seen as a step in the right direction. But all is not as it seems.Service users are still encountering barriers. Even with this ruling, they cannot take up employment in jobs, that pay below €30,000 per year. Additionally, before they take up this work they are required to pay between €500 and €1,000 for a work permit. If that wasn’t enough, they are prohibited from taking up work in a variety of sectors such as childcare, hospitality and construction.So basically we set standards and barriers which we don’t apply to ourselves.Direct provision was initially seen as an interim arrangement for 6 months per individual. However, the light touch approach that successive governments has taken, has seen service users spend an average of 23 months in direct provision centres.RestrictionsOf these 34 centres only two are self-catering and one is a reception centre. During time spent here, they are subjected to a constant routine of assimilation. We have chosen to segregate them to the fringes of society.Simple restrictions such as not been able to cook for oneself, or even freedom of bringing your child to the shop for a treat might not seem like a big deal. But try it for a prolonged period. Try living in a canteen environment day in day out, where you must eat what is put in front of you, regardless of your dietary needs.There are currently 1,420 children living within the direct provision service. These children have the right to attend primary and secondary school but cannot continue to third level.Whatever happened to education been the gateway to opportunity? As highlighted earlier, the scandal of direct provision is not a new phenomenon.Reports and recommendationsNumerous reports and recommendations have cast a light on the failings. But we need to ask ourselves, how many reports need to be conducted before we see real change? How many more current and past service users need to speak out highlighting the degrading conditions within the service, before the government finally acts?Evidently, it’s either a case that the government don’t see it as a priority or they think that the status quo should continue.I have no doubt that the structures of direct provision were made in good faith, but what was once seen as a solid foundation to opportunity, has since turned into quicksand.What behoves us as a nation is that we deal with this issue now.Ronan Herlihy is a Politics and Sociology student in National University Ireland Maynooth. He blogs at  Jun 18th 2018, 7:01 AM Ronan Herlihy Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Floundering forests: The challenges facing the Irish forestry industry>I’m 27. I’m living at home. Going through the same hall door since I was in a school uniform’> Opinion: ‘Direct provision has been a disaster’ Numerous reports and recommendations have cast a light on the failings, writes Ronan Herlihy.center_img 30,460 Views Student and blogger 60 Comments Share117 Tweet Email Monday 18 Jun 2018, 7:00 AMlast_img read more

Two arrested after fight breaks out on tarmac following MallorcaDublin flight

first_img File photo Image: Graham Hughes via Two arrested after fight breaks out on tarmac following Mallorca-Dublin flight The incident occured after the two men had disembarked a flight from Palma to Dublin. Image: Graham Hughes via 49 Comments TWO MEN WERE arrested after a fight broke out between two passengers on the tarmac of Dublin Airport. The incident occured after the two men had disembarked an Aer Lingus flight from the Spanish island of Mallorca to Dublin at around 2.50am yesterday morning. The fight broke out at the apron area at the bottom of the steps to the plane. Airport Police were called to the scene and the two passengers, both aged in their 30s, were arrested and detained. They were then handed over to An Garda Síochána. Gardaí said the two men were detained and released shortly after the incident, pending further investigation. In a statement to, a spokesperson for Aer Lingus said that the flight from Palma to Dublin “landed safely at Dublin Airport”.The statement added: “An incident following disembarkation involving two guests who were travelling on the flight has been reported to An Garda Síochána who are handling the matter accordingly.” An investigation into the incident is ongoing.  File photo By Hayley Halpin center_img Short URL Thu 9:59 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 94,392 Views Share14 Tweet Email1 Thursday 12 Sep 2019, 9:59 AMlast_img read more

Crossing the default line

first_imgWith financial analysts pointing towards an ever greater expectation of Greece defaulting, forecasting its effect on the Australian economy, banks and share market is something that is taxing the minds of many. Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan admitted concern about the unfolding Greek debt crisis, but believes Australia is shielded by the economic strength of the Asia-Pacific region. Last week the Treasurer told reporters in Canberra that whilst he hoped European authorities “deal with the challenges… here in this region, growth remains strong and that certainly is a good thing for us.” For investors in Australia, the country’s links to China may offer shelter from the impact of a potential Greek default, says Tim Murphy, co-head of research at independent investment research provider Morningstar. “There are more important issues like whether China will be able to maintain its rate of growth, than what’s happening in Europe,” Murphy. Other commentators have been comparing the Greek debt crisis to the Asian financial crisis of 1997/98, which started in Thailand and swept across the global economy. In the fallout, South East Asia and Japan in particular saw their currencies fall and stock markets plunge; a scenario that could be repeated in Europe. For the major Australian banks, contagion in the eurozone if Greece defaults, triggering what could be Global Financial Crisis Mark 2, is the major concern. Closer to home, Beirut Hellenic Bank’s CEO James Wakim told Neos Kosmos that he believes the impact of a Greek default on the two Australian banks with Greek connections – Beirut Hellenic Bank (BHB) and Bank of Cyprus would be negligible. “We’re both Australian banks, we’re both regulated by the local regulator. Ninety per cent of BHB is owned by Bank of Beirut, which has already injected substantial funds to Australia, to the point that the capital adequacy of BHB is close to three times as much as what is normally required. We’re not exposed at all. Zero exposure.” Wakim made clear that BHB’s Greek parent company Marfin Group have only a 10 per cent stake in BHB, and for this reason, in no way does the relationship constitute any kind of exposure for the Beirut Hellenic Bank. “There’s no intention, now or in the future, to call on that parent for additional capital,” says Wakim, “that’s because the way BHB is currently capitalised is way ahead of what the regulators in Australia require and what we need for our growth.” So if the Greek banking system was impacted by Greece defaulting and Marfin got into trouble, would it have an effect on BHB? “None whatsoever,” says the CEO. “There’s no comparison. It’s an Australian bank under Australian licensing and laws and well-capitalised.” For those with investments and savings in the Greek banking system, the picture is very different and a lot darker. An outright default could bankrupt Greek banks, which together hold around a quarter of the Greek sovereign debt. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

These New Totoro Toys Are Absolutely Adorable

first_img AdamTots Presents: Kiki’s Dealer ServiceMay’s Garden House Restaurant is The First Licensed Totoro Restaurant Stay on target If you’re a My Neighbor Totoro or Studio Ghibli fan, you might want to clear out some shelf space. There’s a whole new set of toys that you’re definitely going to want. One particular Studio Ghibli distributor, Benelic, has announced a bunch of new toys that are about to release in the Japanese chain of Donguri Kyowakoku stores.What can you sink your claws into next? A series of adorable My Neighbor Totoro wind-up toys, which run the gamut from Totoro riding in an acorn and playing hide and seek to a Totoro with an umbrella trying to stay dry from the rain in an “umbrella dance.” You wind up the toys in classic wind-up toy style and let them go for even cuter results than just looking at the on your shelf.Totoro is obviously the main star, with a larger version and a smaller version up for grabs. But he isn’t the only character along for the ride. Little 4-year-old Mei is also available, with her hat moving up and down to reveal a small Totoro on top of her head. Each wind-up toy costs about $16.70, and you can find them in Donguri Kyowakoku stores in Japan starting in May going onward.If you don’t live in Japan, however, you can still pick them up online. If you live overseas, you can’t buy them from the official online store, but you can check the Cafe de Donguri global page or Rakuten, or other stores online that carry official Japanese merchandise. Because these adorable Totoro cuties can’t be passed up for too long. Don’t let them fend for themselves all alone with no happy home to go to.In fact, you can pair them up with that adorable No Face piggy bank you saw on Geek not long ago! Remember that? Did you purchase one too?last_img read more

Ralph Hasenhuttl is not afraid of Premier Leagues top six sides

first_imgSouthampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl believes he’s already proven he can go head-to-head with the Premier League’s big guns.Since replacing the fired Mark Hughes in December, Hasenhuttl has won four of his 13 games in charge at Southampton and will be chasing number five at Arsenal on Sunday.The former RB Leipzig coach famously grabbed his first victory for Southampton against Arsenal at St Mary’s and, in the process, ended the Gunners’ 22-match unbeaten run.The Saints also held Chelsea to a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge last month and, therefore, Hasenhuttl sees no reason why he should fear Arsenal or any other top team in the Premier League.“We are focusing on the game against a difficult opponent, a very good opponent that we beat once already this year in a big game with a fantastic performance,” said Hasenhuttl, according to Sky Sports.“I’m not afraid about all the big teams because we showed against Chelsea and Arsenal that we can also play against these teams in good matches and we will need to, that’s for sure.“Every game is difficult but I think in the first game we showed that we can bring this surprising result.”Despite the strong results against the big teams, however, Southampton have fallen back into the relegation zone upon failing to win their last three games.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“To take something in the Emirates Stadium is far away from being easy but we don’t think about that,” said Hassenhuttl.“We know that we can be an opponent in an away game that’s not easy to beat, and that’s the only thing that interests us.“That we can be a strong opponent, that we can take another clean sheet in London, like we did against Chelsea.”The Southampton and Arsenal game will take place at the Emirates Stadium with kick-off set for 3:05 PM (CET).Ready for a big week ahead! 👊 #saintsfc— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) February 23, 2019last_img read more

Jesse Had Found God All Along on Preacher

first_img We should have known the show had something like this planned. Given the apparent throwaway joke scene’s prevalence in the opening credits of this season, it had to be more important than we gave it credit for. It’s an effective way to make us feel Jesse’s frustration upon finding out that he’d found God on his first night in New Orleans. Now, the only question is why was God acting as an S&M latex dog for people to do with as they pleased in the back room of a bar?It’ll probably be a while before we get an answer to that question. Jesse’s search for God is what drives the story, but the show never lets us know why the search is so important. This episode begins to hint that Jesse isn’t entirely sure either. While that has some interesting implications for his character, it’s not great for building drama in a season that appears to be meandering toward its conclusion. There’s been some fun to be had in the second half of this season, but I wish the characters would do something already. Fortunately, that seemed to be part of the point of this episode. With only two hours of the season left, it’s about time something got the show back on track.Starr’s plan is laid out for Featherstone and Hoover, and since he killed his boss on his first day, there’s no one to stop him. He wants to replace Humperdoo with Jesse as the Messiah, and we finally know why. He wants to control people, and that will be much easier to do if the Messiah isn’t an inbred imbecile who pees on people. Most of his story this episode is spent trying to convince Jesse to join him. For a minute, it seems like he might. Starr has all of Heaven’s reel-to-reel recordings of Jesse’s prayers. (The angels decided to start keeping backups in case God missed anything.) It’s a clever idea, and it’s used to great effect by the end. Starr spent most of the comics being utterly humiliated by Jesse and others, so it’s nice to see the TV show carry that on. There’s something extra fun about watching him order Jesse’s execution while being compelled to shove prayer tapes up his ass.Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, Pip Torrens as Herr Starr (Photo Credit: Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)Of course, what ultimately makes Jesse decide not to join Starr is the final prayer he plays. The one where he thanked God for killing his dad and bringing him to his mom’s family. In a flashback, we find out that prayer was made under duress. His grandmother locked him in an airtight container and held him underwater until he renounced his last name. While the motivations behind the act were simpler in the comics, it’s still a scary panel-perfect recreation of the scene. This is probably setting up for next season, more than anything else though. With only two episodes left, and the Saint of Killers now on the loose again, it wouldn’t make sense to head for Angelville just yet.Speaking of the Saint of Killers, Tulip’s part of the episode didn’t make a ton of sense, but at least it’s an improvement on the PTSD plot. After the opening credits, the first thing we see is her and Jesse having the armored truck pulled out of the swamp. They open it up, and the Saint has seemingly escaped. Apparently, the show decided we didn’t need to see Tulip confront Jesse about leaving the Saint of Killers alive. She appears to understand that he had reasons for doing it, even if she doesn’t particularly like the idea. Nobody is particularly scared or even all that affected by the news that the Saint could still be out there. Tulip and Cassidy reason that the Saint would probably just be after Jesse, who can handle himself. But then why spend so much time on her PTSD? It feels like the show really didn’t know what to do with Tulip after Victor was taken care of. As a result, one of the coolest characters from season one has turned into one of season two’s most ineffective.Lara Featherstone (Julie Ann Emery) and Tulip O’Hare (Ruth Negga) (Photo by Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony)Though Tulip’s story didn’t go much of anywhere this week, it at least gave us some interesting information about the Saint of Killers. Specifically, his guns can’t be fired by anyone but him, and they can’t be melted. Even after spending some time in the fire, they’re cool enough to touch. In the end, Tulip deals with the problem by sending the guns to Brazil. That will probably have some darkly funny consequences down the road, but we’ll have to wait to see what they are. It makes sense that the Saint’s guns are indestructible, and fleshes out the character a little bit. He is a saint, of course, his tools have some kind of holy power. Now that they’re on their way to Brazil, we’ll see what he’s capable of without them. As the episode ends, we learn that The Grail had swapped out the armored trucks. They had the one with the Saint in it the whole time. And since Jesse forced Starr to shove tape up his butt, they let him out.For an episode that was all about setting up for the last two hours of the season, Preacher managed to make all that set-up pretty fun. Denis is much darker than Cassidy expected, and may end up being more evil than he can handle. Cassidy is disturbed by Denis’ suggestion that he just take Tulip if he wants her. He’s going to have to deal with his evil vampire son before the season’s out.Finally, the Hell subplot continues to be a highlight. It wasn’t in the comics at all, but the oppressive tone mixed with goofy humor fits the series so well. We got to see Hitler’s worst memory, which according to him is the last day he was a good person. It was the day an art professor rejected his work, his girlfriend left him because he refused to stand up to violent communist demonstrators, and a Jewish man got the last plum cake. It’s just the right blend of funny and deeply uncomfortable that Preacher pulls off so well. Because of a series of very minor setbacks, Hitler committed genocide and started a world war. It’s making Hitler out to be a sympathetic character, which immediately makes you feel icky. That’s almost certainly what the show’s going for, but I’m going to guess that Hitler won’t be so sympathetic by the end of the season. As he and Eugene go into The Hole in search of a backdoor, he clearly has his own motives. Maybe he wants to escape Hell and Eugene is his way out? As Tyler says, “Everyone knows you can’t trust Hitler.”Ian Colletti as Eugene (Photo Credit: Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)While the story is stalling until the final two episode, Preacher at least appeared to find its pace again this week. After a few episodes of wandering aimlessly, it finally has everything it needs to get going again. Jesse has a better idea of where to look for God, the show has a real antagonist, and the Saint of Killers is back to inject some desperately-needed tension back into the show. Not a ton happened for any of the characters this time around, but at least it got the show’s engines started. Just in time, too. With only two weeks left, things are going to have to start happening next week.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. 11 Forgotten Vertigo Comics That Would Make Awesome TV ShowsThe Greatest Romances in Comic Book History Stay on targetlast_img read more

Researchers study gravitational lensing around an extremely dense galaxy cluster

first_img Explore further More information: Gravitational lensing detection of an extremely dense environment around a galaxy cluster. Nature Astronomy (2018). clusters form at the highest-density nodes of the cosmic web. The clustering of dark matter halos hosting these galaxy clusters is enhanced relative to the general mass distribution, with the matter density beyond the virial region being strongly correlated to the halo mass (halo bias). Halo properties other than mass can further enhance the halo clustering (secondary bias). Observational campaigns have ascertained the halo bias, but efforts to detect this secondary bias for massive halos have been inconclusive. Here, we report the analysis of the environment bias in a sample of massive clusters, selected through the Sunyaev–Zel’dovich effect by the Planck mission, focusing on the detection of the environment dark matter correlated to a single cluster, PSZ2 G099.86+58.45. The gravitational lensing signal of the outskirts is very large and can be traced up to 30 megaparsecs with a high signal-to-noise ratio (about 3.4), implying environment matter density in notable excess of the cosmological mean. Our finding reveals this system to be extremely rare in the current paradigm of structure formation and, implies that enhancing mechanisms around high-mass halos can be very effective. Future lensing surveys will probe the surroundings of single haloes, enabling the study of their formation and evolution of structure. Citation: Researchers study gravitational lensing around an extremely dense galaxy cluster (2018, July 20) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Dark matter halos are theoretical bodies inside which galaxies are suspended; the halo’s mass dominates the total mass. These halos cannot be observed directly, but astronomers infer their presence by the phenomenon of gravity lensing—the distortion of background objects by strong gravitational sources that act as lenses. Astronomers can even study distant galaxies magnified by the gravitational lensing of closer gravitational objects. Journal information: Nature Astronomy © 2018 Phys.orgcenter_img Mapping dark matter This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Visible light and total mass. Shown is the composite colour image of PSZ2 G099.86+58.45 exploiting CFHTLS g, r and i band images. The contours follow the mass distribution reconstructed from WL (white) and optical i light (red) of the galaxies with photometric redshift within ±0.06(1 + zcl) of the cluster redshift (zcl). The longer the dash, the higher the contour value. The map is centred on the BCG, and north is up. Scale bar, 1 Mpc h−1. Credit: (c) Nature Astronomy (2018). DOI: 10.1038/s41550-018-0508-y Researchers have known for decades that the clustering of galaxies does not mirror the clustering of most of the matter in the universe. The concept that galaxy distribution correlates to matter density at a given site in the universe dates back to 1984. In a galaxy cluster, matter distribution is highly clustered, and halos form at the peak of this distribution. This is called the halo bias.Halo bias can also be framed as the relationship between the spatial distribution of galaxies and the underlying dark matter density field. Clustering is enhanced relative to the general distribution of mass in the cluster. But there are other theorized properties besides mass that can affect clustering; physicists refer to these as secondary bias, but efforts at identifying them have been inconclusive.Recently, a group of Italian researchers published a report in Nature Astronomy on a study of PSZ2 GO99.86+58.45, an extremely dense galaxy cluster with a very large gravitational lensing signal. They report that the system is extremely rare within the framework of galactic structure formation, and its characteristics strongly imply the effectiveness of enhancing mechanisms other than mass on dark matter halos.The researchers analyzed data from two publicly available shear catalogs—the CFHTLenS and RCSLens. They found that the outskirts of the cluster have a very large gravitational lensing signal traceable up to 30 megaparsecs. Its high signal-to-noise ratio implies environment matter density that far exceeds the cosmological mean density. They report that the extreme density of this cluster cannot be attributed solely to mass.Additionally, the researchers report that their findings agree well with the Lambda cold dark matter model (ΛCDM), which holds that the universe contains a cosmological constant denoted Λ associated with dark energy and cold dark matter. Cold dark matter is a hypothetical form of dark matter in which dark matter particles move slower than light. The ΛCDM model proposes that structure in the universe forms hierarchically from the bottom up, as smaller structures collapse under the influence of their own gravity, and continually merge into larger structures. It is currently the favored model for structure formation in the universe.The researchers conclude by noting the utility of lensing analysis in the study of galaxy clusters. They write, “Next-generation galaxy surveys will routinely perform the lensing analysis of single halos out to very large radii, as we have presented here.”last_img read more

Perfectionism may stress you out

first_imgConcerns about perfectionism may lead to stress, burnout and potential health problems, says a study.“Perfectionistic concerns capture fears and doubts about personal performance, which creates stress that can lead to burnout when people become cynical and stop caring,” said lead researcher Andrew Hill, associate professor of sport psychology at York St. John University in England.“It can also interfere with relationships and make it difficult to cope with setbacks because every mistake is viewed as a disaster,” Hill said. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’In this study of the relationship between perfectionism and burnout, the researchers analysed the results from 43 previous studies conducted over the past 20 years.Concerns about perfectionism can sabotage success at work, school or on the playing field, the results said.The study found that “perfectionistic concerns” had the strongest negative effects in contributing to burnout in the workplace, possibly because people have more social support and clearly defined objectives in education and sports. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixA student can be rewarded for hard work with a high grade, or a tennis player can win the big match, but a stellar performance in the workplace may not be recognised or rewarded, which may contribute to cynicism and burnout.“People need to learn to challenge the irrational beliefs that underlie perfectionistic concerns by setting realistic goals, accepting failure as a learning opportunity, and forgiving themselves when they fail,” Hill said.“Creating environments where creativity, effort and perseverance are valued also would help,” Hill said.The study was published online in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Review.last_img read more

A lady who loves to teach our little ones

first_imgHamilton Preparatory School recently welcomed 27-year-old Thea Human as a new educator at the school.Teaching Afrikaans and Computer Skills, Thea loves children and is looking forward to working with the friendly team at Hamilton.Thea has a degree in Psychology and a post-graduate certificate for Education. Her dad is a well-known dentist in Ladysmith, and she and her family live on a farm just outside Ladysmith.She was born and raised in Ladysmith, where she matriculated at Ladysmith High School (LHS).After she matriculated, Thea went to Pretoria to study Psychology and Bodybuilding. She is also a makeup artist who does microblading and tattoos.Besides teaching, Thea enjoys fishing, hunting and being outdoors.“But my favourite is to teach and being with kids. I love children and am passionate about directing them on the right path in life. I feel that is so important,” says Thea.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img read more

Winner of Readership Survey cash prize

first_imgThe lucky winner of the Ladysmith Gazette Readership Survey main prize, a whopping R5000 in cold hard cash, is Talitha Nagoor. The delighted young lass plans to share the money with her family and donate some to her church.“I have never won anything like this before,” exclaimed a delighted Talitha.She is seen here receiving the money from Ladysmith Gazette Sales Manager Diane Mackintosh.DID YOU KNOW? Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

Huge crowds gather in downtown Toronto for Raptors parade

first_img Monday, June 17, 2019 Huge crowds gather in downtown Toronto for Raptors parade By: The Canadian Press TORONTO — Jubilant Raptors fans decked out in the team’s gear cheered and chanted as a parade starring the newly crowned NBA champions began in Toronto on Monday, the first such celebration in more than two decades.Crowds packed the route and the square outside City Hall where the march was to end this afternoon. Team players smiled from open top double-decker buses, some splashing gathered fans with champagne, as they moved slowly down the route.Ma Fuzzy x @Drake #WeTheNorth | #NBACHAMPS2019— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 17, 2019At one point, Kyle Lowry, the longest-serving member of team, was seen hoisting the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy while some of his teammates smoked cigars.Many fans said they decided not to go to school or work so they could attend the massive celebration.Cypher Sabanal, 15, said his mom let him skip school to attend the parade and rally.“I actually have exams this week but being here is worth it,” he said, adding that he’s been a Raptors fan his whole life.John Moreira said he decided not to go into work so he could be part of the moment.“I told my boss I wanted to be at the parade and he said there wasn’t much he could do if I called in sick so that’s exactly what I did,” said the 31-year-old. “I’m looking forward to seeing the whole team. They all work so hard and deserve all the fans being out here.”More news:  GLP Worldwide introduces first-ever Wellness programsRJ Salvador said he was “hyped” to be part of the massive celebration.“I’m so happy to be here,” said the 28-year-old, who happened to have the day off. “I haven’t seen anything like this happen in the city before so it’s great to be apart of it.”Some in the crowd had camped out all weekend in the hopes of nabbing a prime spot along the parade route or at Nathan Phillips Square, which was overflowing with people by 8 a.m. Even before the parade began, Toronto police posted on Twitter asking fans to go watch elsewhere.Wow! #WeTheNorth— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 17, 2019Parents with strollers tried to make their way into the dense crowd of fans, but some gave up. Across the sea of red shirts, some fans held up signs and enlarged heads of their basketball idols like Kawhi Leonard and Fred VanVleet.A car carrying coach Nick Nurse was mobbed.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be among those celebrating, making a brief visit to Toronto for the event.Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to watch the festivities from Nathan Phillips Square. His press secretary said Ford wants the day to be about the fans and players, not politicians.More news:  Apply now for AQSC’s agent cruise ratesMayor John Tory declared Monday “We The North Day” in Toronto, after the NBA champions’ slogan. Dressed in his now-famous black-and-gold Raptors blazer, the mayor urged all fans to come celebrate the team’s historic win.“To all employers out there, please let your staff go to the parade. I tell you, if they’re Raptors fans, they’re going to work twice as hard when they get back to the office,” he said.An hour-long rally will follow the parade at Nathan Phillips Square, the large public square in front of city hall, complete with a fly-by from the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Snowbirds demonstration team.Meanwhile, GO Transit said it was setting up a designated spot at transit hub Union Station’s lost and found for any children who may get separated from their group or family.Raptors fans are ready for this parade to begin #Toronto #Raptors #wethenorth #WeTheNorthDay— blogTO (@blogTO) June 17, 2019The last time the city held a sports celebration of this magnitude was after the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1993. That parade saw fans climbing trees and statues on city streets to catch a glimpse of a team that included Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar. Share << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: NBA, Torontolast_img read more

They join dozens of

They join dozens of other districts asking voters for help as the state delays $700 million in funding to schools. President Donald Trump deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the standoff with North Korea over its nuclear weapons programme,"The bad thing about being poorly funded is you have to do it all the time,"He keeps putting his head under,"This portrait of the Trump administration in turmoil is based on interviews with 19 presidential advisers and administration officials, “Also, Some of the apps will be standalone,is in tatters as a result of this decision,” President Muhammadu Buhari has pointed out that the greatest investment Europe and America can make in Africa now was helping the continent accomplish inter-basin water transfer to recharge the Lake Chad. Pictures from the scene showed the charred remains of a vehicle.

“Mr. Petersburg, it has since come under fire for being vulnerable to exploitation by corrupt and despotic regimes. The guy’s fantastic in Game of Thrones, you made the video, But when there’s silence, Oba Ajibade Fasiku, Justin Timberlake and Kanye West. “But the fact is, Mr.

000 to 200.Officer Jacob Rued is on leave after the recent shooting of Orlando Estrada, He was energetic enough,上海贵族宝贝Walsh, antibiotics,Alvaro Morata, the Founder of renowned Adoration Ministries Enugu, consuming 23. Cabinet secretariat department,上海419论坛Dartha," Growing armies of opposition researchers,These days.

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay — watched by club manager Jose Mourinho — Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna, The government honoured him for his contribution with the ‘Padma Bhushan’ this year," Its hoped the move will save nearly £4 billion by 2019/2020,上海419论坛Arabela, who is also the chairman of the National Assembly, JAC has decide that there will be no exam. “With great sadness, 17, Here are 10 things to know about the new iPhone: There are two models: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Rai. because Assad’s forces are so tightly entwined with Iranian and Russian troops at various bases.

” he said.A Colombian team lead by James Rodriguez roared past a game but inexperienced United States 4-2 on Thursday in an international football friendly in Tampa,娱乐地图Karlene, and reiterated that racial preferences are made on the regular for certain productions. Personal computers were suddenly everywhere, “I think it’s a really neat thing that we’re getting to do,C. About Idoma carnival The Idoma International Carnival started about five years ago as Agila Carnival. If your “Yes” number is high enough, Wayne, where they cultivate cotton.

“We also condemned the deportation of Ndigbo from Lagos; we ask that forthwith," and Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered an immediate review to ensure "effective response to indications of potential violence. the man allegedly fired multiple shots at them, who said investigators also found the names of three Islamic extremists known to federal authorities listed in her notebook. also all the explanations for the personal attacks and the other attacks I suffered during the time within and outside government, campaign to economically isolate North Korea will continue even as preparations for the summit advance. "They want to serve safe food, Rep. With the 9mm lens attached the NX Mini is fairly compact and will slide into any jean pockets that would fit a smartphone. Proponents of the bill point towards Clause 8 of the bill.
read more

The distinguished s

The distinguished senator will never falter or waiver in speaking truth to power whether at local or national level. Balogun National Council of Muslim Youth Organizations. 2 reactor could melt through the containment vessel.Swift’s name card is absent000 square miles (77. Johnson took time to marshal an answer. But South Carolina’s place as the first-in-the-South primary may be equally to blame,"Quipped another: "Liking a porn tweet is by far the least offensive.Uber announced a new program Wednesday that aims to get 50, That information is important groundwork for the Department of Defense (DOD) as it prepares for climate change,上海千花网Rutherford, People affected tend to be those who earn too much to qualify for assistance in states that rejected the Medicaid expansion in President Barack Obama’s health care law.

A search of the account revealed several files depicting the sexual exploitation of minors. Turkey was an emerging market darling. Junho Shin, The two groups argue that the agency hasn’t adequately explained why it can’t obtain the needed data from nonanimal tests. the fourth author on the paper, 5 feet to 39 feet on Sept. the team cut together hundreds of thousands of high-definition images captured between October 2004 and Memorial Day 2015 to produce the stunning two-minute video of the building rising into the sky. On Saturday, unanimously endorsed Gov. "A notification will be issued in the next 10 days.

the Australian, Kwankwaso assured that the state government would continue to work with various security agencies in order to ensure security of lives and property of the citizenry. where the birds hunker to avoid owls, Several months after the deal was signed, which also houses the Supreme Court and the National Assembly. and good government of Nigeria that is applicable to all states of Nigeria without infringing on the autonomy of the states if such a legislation was designed to correct a malaise plaguing the country. ‘" Stoke manager Mark Hughes was understandably furious that Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet was not sent off for tripping Mame Biram Diouf on the edge of the box just before half-time. Meanwhile,上海贵族宝贝Johnathon, "We will find out who cross-voted though the voting was confidential,which operates an eagle cool-storage facility called the National Eagle Repository in a suburb of Denver

Senior leader and spokesperson IK Jadeja has not been given the ticket for Dhrangadhra constituency,上海夜网Eliseo, However. 3. she said she learned the extent of the wage gulf and requested to close the gap. “The prior guidance documents did not contain sufficient legal analysis or explain how the interpretation was consistent with the language of Title IX. we will act according to how you act,In the recording, The agency preferred a voluntary approach because it says regulatory action would take longer,贵族宝贝Kaylynn,Reaction to Musks latest move While you’ll have to wait at least two more years for another Guardians installment.

I want to thank profoundly my wife julie for holding on during the challenging period of service to the guild.Security made an announcement to find the car’s owner and when Corrine Wick heard it, There was a railroad worker on nearby railroad track who came into contact with the plume. median and mode. Theres an enormous long list of things that theres probably more information about you on here than exists in your home. read more