Advertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterSunday 11 Aug 2019 2:48 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.8kShares Mourinho was speaking ahead of Manchester United’s clash with Chelsea at Old Trafford (Picture: Sky Sports)‘Tierney… I think he’s a young [Nacho] Monreal. Same kind of profile, reliable boy, looks a great character, looks a great personality, looks a little bit like he’s from a previous generation in some aspects. His humble way of being… I like his profile.Ceballos… I think that they have other Ceballos in their squad. He’s a good player but they have other Ceballos.When I see Mkhitaryan, Ozil, Ceballos… they can play in different positions on the pitch and very similar characteristics. Mourinho approves of Luiz’s ‘fantastic’ move to Arsenal (Picture: Getty)On Luiz’s move across London, Mourinho said: ‘David is a player the manager knows well. He knows what David can give and what David cannot give.‘I think we all know the qualities of David and where he can improve things.‘I know that sometimes he makes mistakes, but he makes these mistakes when his concentration levels are low and when you change to a new club and you have something to prove, I think it’s a good move for him.‘At this moment of his career to get this opportunity of a late move and stay in the Premier League at the highest level, for David, it’s a fantastic move.’MORE: Jose Mourinho backs Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City to challenge for Premier League title Jose Mourinho rates Arsenal signings Nicolas Pepe, Kieran Tierney, Dani Ceballos and David Luiz Jose Mourinho says Nicolas Pepe can be a ‘very good signing’ for Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Jose Mourinho has praised Arsenal for their savvy business in the summer transfer window and backed Nicolas Pepe, Kieran Tierney and David Luiz to succeed at the Emirates.Arsenal fans had relatively low expectations about potential signings at the start of the summer, but six new players arrived through the doors in a busy few weeks for the north London club.The Gunners completed a club-record £72million deal for Lille forward Pepe, with Tierney and Luiz arriving on deadline day from Celtic and Chelsea respectively.Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba – who has been loaned back to Saint-Etienne – also signed on the dotted line, while Ceballos joined on a season-long deal from Real Madrid.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAsked to rate Arsenal’s summer transfer dealings, Mourinho told Sky Sports: ‘I followed Lille a lot. Last season I didn’t want to go to English stadiums after being sacked by Manchester United and I went to Lille many times.‘So I know Pepe quite well, I think he’s a very, very talented player but there’s always a question mark on the time you need to adapt to come to England… French spoken, African boy, grew up in France… there’s a question mark in terms of the time of his adaptation but obviously he’s a kid with a lot of talent.‘I think he’s potentially a very good signing for Arsenal.’ Advertisement
Published on October 8, 2018 at 2:36 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Graham Alton Robinson was named the Atlantic Coast Conference defensive lineman of the week on Monday.The nod comes after two sacks, four more tackles for loss and two forced fumbles against Pittsburgh on Saturday. The junior also recorded a career-high eight tackles.On the season, Robinson, SU teammate Kendall Coleman and Clemson’s Clelin Ferrell are all tied for second in the ACC with six sacks each. Those six sacks are good for sixth in the country.After a bye this weekend, Syracuse (4-2, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) hosts North Carolina at 12:20 p.m. in the Carrier Dome on Oct. 20.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
By Shane Farley, Newscow.net â€” Numbers from canvassing in Sumner and Cowley Counties show that incumbent Democrat Ed Trimmer has pulled ahead in the race for Kansas House of Rep. in the 79th Dist.Ed TrimmerTrimmer, a Winfield Democrat, trailed by 6 votes when counting was finished on Election Day.A final tally showed Trimmer with 3,341 votes to 3,324 for Larry Alley, his Republican challenger. Alley also is from Winfield. No word yet on possible recount issues regarding this race.Vote totals were finalized Monday in both counties. Provisional ballots in Sumner County added 11 votes to Trimmer’s total and 9 to Alley’s. In Cowley, Trimmer added 48 votes to 27 for Alley.Because of the Veteran’s Day Holiday, Alley will have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to request a recount.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (3) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -9 Vote up Vote down Not Surprised · 300 weeks ago Demorats are always good at “finding” more votes. Chicago has nothing on us! Report Reply 0 replies · active 300 weeks ago -7 Vote up Vote down anonymous · 300 weeks ago Good grief. They will stop at nothing to get “elected.” Report Reply 0 replies · active 300 weeks ago +11 Vote up Vote down Wow · 300 weeks ago Bahahahahahahahahahaha both of you realize you live in a state dominated by Republican’s right? In a county dominated by republicans. Actually both are, Cowley and Sumner. So exactly how are democrats going to fix an election in this district? Report Reply 0 replies · active 300 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
“It was an amazing journey to come to the final. It could have been the best two weeks of my life, but Roger played a great fifth set,” Cilic said.“I want to thank my team, you’re unbelievable. We worked hard for this year, hopefully we will lift these trophies in the future.”The roof was closed over Rod Laver Arena as the tournament’s heat policy was implemented amid evening temperatures of 38 Celsius (100 Fahrenheit). Cilic’s serve came under immediate pressure with a whipping backhand return winner for break point which the Croatian followed with a smash into the net for a break in the opening game.The Croat was finding it difficult to settle and changed racquets in his second service game, but it had no obvious benefit as he dropped serve again after three break points to trail 0-3.He finally held serve to get on the board but the Swiss star was too good, serving out the set in just 24 minutes after a shaky Cilic opening.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 Federer, playing in his 30th Grand Slam final, joined Novak Djokovic and Australian great Roy Emerson as joint top for the most Australian Open men’s titles.“I’m so happy it’s unbelievable. This is a dream come true, the fairytale continues for me,” Federer said at the presentation.“After the great year last year, it’s incredible,” the 36-year-old added as he broke down in tears.Federer added to his already imposing win-loss record in Melbourne and is now 94-13. His overall his Grand Slam mark stands at 332-52. Melbourne, Australia | AFP | A tearful Roger Federer powered home to beat Marin Cilic in five riveting sets to win his sixth Australian Open and 20th Grand Slam title on Sunday.The Swiss defending champion dropped his only sets of the tournament before completing a 6-2, 6-7 (5/7), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 win over the sixth seeded Croatian in 3hr 3min.
Klay Thompson tore the ACL in his left knee Thursday night during the Warriors’ Game 6 loss to the Raptors, the Warriors confirmed late Thursday night.The news was initially reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.Thompson was leading the Warriors with 28 points in Game 6 when he went up for a dunk in the third quarter. He was fouled by Toronto’s Danny Green and landed awkwardly on his left leg.Warriors confirm Klay Thompson had an MRI that showed a torn ACL in his left knee — …
The first question ought to be, how can such things survive hundreds of thousands or millions of years? Frozen Ecosystem tiny Arctic plants and mosses were last alive when the ice enveloped the land. As the ice melts, Pendleton said, it exposes this ancient, delicate vegetation. Wind and water destroy the long-lost plants within months, but if researchers can get to them first, they can use radiocarbon dating to determine the age of the vegetation. has been under the ice for 120,000 years. Aren’t the researchers concerned that radiocarbon should all be gone by then? With a trick of storytelling, they stre-t-t-t-ch the timeline by 80,000 years: Spider in shale still glows (Tae-Yoon S Park / Paul Seldon) That’s not all. The Fox News story says that “the rocks where the spiders were found also contained the remnants of tiny fish and crustaceans.” Spiders do not typically live with fish and crustaceans, do they? Were the evolutionists ashamed to have said these rocks were 100 million years old? No; they were glad! Dead men do bleed. Glowing retinas are found in many organisms. What causes the phenomenon? Cells in the retina contain reflective layers called tapetum lucidum, Science Direct explains. In other words, the spider eyes still glow because remnants of cellular proteins are still working. And this was found not in amber, but in shale, a rock where the soft tissues of a spider should “decay entirely soon after death.” Evolutionists used to state adamantly that proteins, cells and DNA could not last for a million years, let alone ten thousand. Any biological material would become permineralized and turn to stone in short order. But when soft tissues started turning up fossils from the age of dinosaurs and earlier, they began saying, like the dead man, “Well, I’ll be. Soft tissue can last for tens and hundreds of millions of years.” Watch them do it right here. Keep poking the evolutionists and showing the blood. Maybe they will finally get the point that the evidence shows they are not physically dead, but just spiritually so. “These spiders were doing things differently. … It’s nice to have exceptionally well-preserved features of internal anatomy like eye structure. It’s really not often you get something like that preserved in a fossil,” Selden said in his statement. Ancient, fossilized spiders still have weird and glowing eyes (Fox News). A spider found in shale is claimed to be 100 million years old, and yet the back of its eyeballs still reflect light. Live Science explains: (Visited 784 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 In short, what they measured gives a 40,000 year radiocarbon age (not necessarily the true age, because of assumptions in the method), but the ice cap was three times older than that, they claim. And yet many of the “delicate plants” were found in “growth position,” they say. To believe they are that old, they have to believe that the ice never moved or melted before now, even though they admit that the ice has grown and shrank over different time periods. When the first dinosaur blood vessels, proteins and skin cells were discovered, many creationists thought the fix was in for the moyboys. It turned out, though, that evolutionists are like the man who thought he was dead. His doctor asked if dead men bleed. He said, “No, dead men don’t bleed.” The doctor proceeded to poke him and red blood started coming out. The man responded, “Well, I’ll be. I guess dead men do bleed.” Retreating Ice Exposes Arctic Landscape Unseen for 120,000 Years (Live Science). As Arctic ice retreats, a long-preserved landscape is becoming visible once again. Evolutionists claim the ecosystem, including Glowing Spider Eyes Spider fossils are rare, the researchers wrote in a paper published online Jan. 28 in the Journal of Systematic Paleontology. Their bodies are so soft that they typically decay entirely soon after death, leaving no trace unless they happen to end up trapped in amber. But 11 spiders from the Cretaceous period have turned up preserved in shale on the Korean Peninsula. And two of the fossils included the still-shiny traces of sparkling eyes. They found that all of their samples were at least as old as the oldest age that radiocarbon dating can detect: 40,000 years. That’s a direct indication that the plants had been under ice for at least that long, the researchers reported Jan. 25 in the journal Nature Communications.
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Analysis#cloud 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts tim hastings Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Today Amazon Web Services announced the availability of a new feature of their Simple Storage Service (S3).Object Versioning now joins the ever growing list of features supported by S3. This proves once again that Amazon Web Services are listening to their customers and putting plenty of distance between them and their competition.They Grow Up So FastIn March 2006 Amazon publicly launched S3, the first of their web services. In doing so, they also unveiled their new Web Services division of their business.The service will soon celebrate its 4th birthday; to date, Amazon S3 holds over 102 billion objects and at peak times, handles over 100,000 requests/second. That is approximately 17 objects for each person on the planet! By anyone’s standard, the service is successful.Amazon S3 provides storage buckets that allow users to PUT files in and then GET them back later. Simple right?Taking things beyond the simple GET and PUT might have a lot to do with S3’s success. Amazon has added many features making S3 suitable for many different use cases.Pick and Mix FeaturesThe different S3 features can be switched on and off for individual buckets allowing users to pick different features depending on what they want to do.For example:Backups – buckets can be private and because they are securely hosted by Amazon far away in the cloud, they are an ideal “other place” to store a copy of important files.File Sharing – access controls can be used to white-list other users to have access to your buckets. Content Distribution – buckets can be made publically available via HTTP. This makes it perfect for websites to offload the serving of static content such as images. The CloudFront feature takes this one step further and makes your content available to users via their nearest Amazon Internet presence; so a user in Japan or Europe would not have to download your content from servers in the USA.Versioning (today’s announced feature) provides primitive version control of objects. When an existing file is uploaded to S3 it will create a new revision instead of overwriting the original. If you have ever accidentally deleted your backups you will appreciate the benefits of this feature! This simplifies the use of S3 for backups where you want to avoid overwriting a good backup with a corrupt one.Many cloud storage companies support versioning (like DropBox and GitHub) and S3’s support should not be seen as a threat. It’s a required part of a mature storage offering, so it makes a lot of sense that S3 should support this too. Not in a “me too” kind of way, it genuinely plugs a gap in the Amazon Web Services storage offering and will undoubtedly be very useful for its users.Is Time to Drop the “Simple”?Unlike the beta label that some web services wear with pride, the “Simple” in S3 is telling of its humble beginnings. The simple days of just GET/PUT are definitely gone. Given the fun packed feature list, it must be time to drop the ‘simple.’ Or should S3 be re-branded altogether?Let’s crowdsource some suggestions:Amazon Fully-Featured Storage Service (F2S2)Amazon Storage Service Now All Grown Up (S2NAGU)Can you think of any better ones? A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…
Olive Ridley turtles have begun to arrive at Odisha’s Rushikulya rookery coast in Ganjam for their annual mass mating season that precedes the mass nesting that takes place here. Rushikulya rookery is a major nesting site for the Olive Ridleys along the Indian coast.Despite the congregation of large numbers appearance of large congregations for the mass mating season, the turtles Olive Ridleys had not appeared preferred for the mass nesting here at this coast in 2019.However, in 2018, there was double mass nesting was reported on this coast in February and April, with the total nesting figures reaching over 4,73,000.A few mating Olive Ridley pairs were spotted at sea by a patrolling boat of Forest officials, at a distance of around six kilometres from Purunabandha near the Ruhsikulya river mouth, on Tuesday afternoon. “Our patrolling team located three to four mating pairs at a single spot, while some singular mating pairs were located near by,” said Khallikote Forest Range Officer, Dilip Kumar Martha.According to the Forest officials, hundreds of Olive Ridleys have started to congregate for mating in deep sea, beyond the spot where the mating pairs were found. Usually, the mass mating of Olive Ridleys picks up in December and continues till the month of January. After this period, mating male turtles return while the females remain for the mass nesting season.Meanwhile, the Forest Department has started the groundwork to keep the beach prepared to welcome the marine guests for mass nesting in February, next year. A 10-member team from the Forest Department is patrolling the sea near Rushikulya rookery to ensure the safety of the arriving Olive Ridleys and to also check the entry of fishing trawlers in the area.The Forest Department has set up six on-shore camps in the five kilometre stretch of the mass nesting beach, from Purunabandha to Prayagi near the Rushikulya river mouth. Two persons have been deployed at these camps to regularly document the condition of the beach, protect the surrounding area, inform of any debris deposited by the sea, restrict the entry of predators like stray dogs and search for possibility of turtle carcasses that float to the coast.With the help of the locals and various social organisations, this stretch of the mass nesting coast is being cleaned every alternate day, Mr. Martha said.
Twitter/Ole MissWeek three of the college football season delivered, yet again, further adding to the confusion regarding the playoff picture. In our current College Football Playoff rankings, we only have teams from two conferences – the SEC and the Big Ten – in the field. But that’ll change by the end of the year, given the fact that some of those teams have to play each other.Last week, it was Ole Miss’ victory over Alabama that served as the most interesting contest of the weekend. Which will it be this Saturday? Utah vs Oregon? USC vs. Arizona State? UCLA vs. Arizona?We’ve made our picks for the week. Check them out below:Who do you have?
KELOWNA, B.C. – Dozens of people living in southern British Columbia have been forced to leave their homes as winds fan a wildfire nearby.The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen issued an evacuation order Sunday afternoon for 55 properties west of Summerland as crews fight a fire burning about 30 kilometres southwest of Kelowna.Residents in more than 300 properties in the nearby Central Okanagan Regional District have been warned that they, too, may have to leave on a moment’s notice.The regional district said there has been “substantial growth” in the fire since it sparked on Saturday.Strong winds have fanned the flames burning in steep terrain and the wildfire is estimated to be about 10 square kilometres, the BC Wildfire Service said in an update on Sunday.“The main factors influencing this fire behaviour are terrain, wind speed/direction … and largely this fire activity and rate of spread is due to how dry the fuels are within this area of the Okanagan,” the service said on its website.The update noted that the area hasn’t had significant rainfall in more than two months.Twenty-three firefighters, three helicopters and four pieces of heavy equipment were working to contain the fire on Sunday.Crews are also fighting a series of wildfires in southeastern B.C. that have forced hundreds of people from their homes and closed campgrounds over the long weekend.The Regional District of East Kootenay has issued evacuation orders for more than 400 properties outside of Cranbrook, as two separate fires continue to burn out of control.Loree Duczek with the regional district said in a statement that aggressive fire behaviour on Saturday prompted officials to order more people out of their homes.“We are seeing ash and debris being cast a long distance on the head of the fire,” Duczek said. “Our first priority is public safety. These decisions are not made lightly.”Heat and wind have created “strong burning conditions,” and there’s very little precipitation on the horizon, the regional district said.