• This was weird#OKState QBs this seasonWalsh: 1 TD, 1 INTGarman: 12 TD, 12 INTRudolph: 4 TD, 4 INT— Nathan Ruiz (@NathanSRuiz) January 3, 2015• This is very true.Washington’s sideline has been waving white flags all game— Southwell (@JustinSouthwell) January 3, 2015• What a dang photo.How bout those Cowboys?!! #CactusBowl pic.twitter.com/mYDeHgI5W2— Bruce Waterfield (@osusportsphotog) January 3, 2015• So sick.• This might have been a bit of overkill.We’re now on our SEVENTH parachute jumper delivering flags, the game ball and the Stars & Stripes to Sun Devil Stadium. #OSUvsWash @kfor— Bob Barry, Jr. (@bbjsports) January 3, 2015• This was a great way to describe the Castleman TD.The Wildfat!!— Brett Myles (@brettmyles) January 3, 2015• Here’s the OSU sideline doing the money thing.http://imgur.com/jdGkwFW• Oh this was quite the tweet.Rudolph gonna b way better! RT @BrianHD79: . @OkieFields Reminds me of another true frosh QB I saw play when I was in college, circa 2001 😉— Josh Fields (@OkieFields) January 3, 2015• Here’s another angle on the Castleman TD. Yep, still awesome. Why “lahi?” Gundy: “We named it for Ofa (Hautau) because he was upset he didn’t get to carry the ball or catch a pass.” #OKState— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) January 3, 2015• Hoooo, Michael.Mike Gundy – pleated khakis, tucked in hoodie, junk check pic.twitter.com/PcH5thJg7f— Born Salty (@cjzero) January 3, 2015• This exchange might have been my favorite part of the game.https://twitter.com/okc_dave/status/551230914513358848• This pick though.• The opposite of the “stand everybody up” defense we run.Ashes… Ashes… We all fall down! Our entire line hit the ground! #footballisfun pic.twitter.com/QS9wPW5jYu— Larry Reece (@cowboyvoice) January 3, 2015• This was great.I’ll wear anything with the old Pistol Pete logo on it. Grumpy, smoking, homicidal. Oklahoma-ish.— BUM CHILLUPS (@edsbs) January 3, 2015 The Castleman package was named “lahi,” which means big in Tongan. #OKState (cc @Pokelahoma @Jake_Trotter)— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) January 3, 2015 If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! I haven’t done this in a while but there was so much great external content from Friday that I decided to break it out into its own social media post. Here are all the best Tweets and Vines from OSU’s Cactus Bowl win over Washington.• I’m not sure anyone did.Castleman on Rudolph: “I honestly didn’t think a young quarterback like him could do the things he’s done, honestly.” #OKstate— Andrew Carter (@Andrew__Carter) January 3, 2015• Yes.James Castleman: I’m getting this first down. Shawn Oakman: Yes sir#GoPokes pic.twitter.com/EOp4exwdji— John Stotts (@OkieStotts) January 3, 2015• It’s beautiful, isn’t it?Chris Petersen got out-Petersen’ed in a bowl game in the Phoenix area. Everything comes back to you…— Medium Happy (@jdubs88) January 3, 2015• Watch No. 31.• Watch the paint.• This Tweet was everything.Huge stop! Now enjoy this erection commercial.— Evan Epstein (@EvanEpstein60) January 3, 2015• This is true but it was also the only time I noticed his absence.Wide plays are the glaring absence of Hill.— Cowboys Ride For Free (@CowboysRFF) January 3, 2015• Here’s what the James Castleman plays are called and why.
HALIFAX – The union at the Halifax shipyard building the next generation of Royal Canadian Navy vessels says it has a tentative agreement with Irving Shipbuilding.Both the union and the company said no details will be released until Halifax Shipyard employees have a chance to view it and vote on it.Unifor gave 48-hour strike notice last week, but talks resumed before a Saturday deadline for the walkout.Last week, the union said a strong majority of 850 members had rejected an earlier tentative contract.Unifor’s lead negotiator had said tensions were high, and the issues were not just about economics, but rather were tied to disagreements over the number of discipline cases at the shipyard and the use of foreign workers.The company confirmed a new tentative agreement has been reached, but declined further comment.The shipyard has said it is planning to build up to six Arctic and offshore patrol ships and 15 Canadian surface combatants over the next 25 years, referring to the projects as “the backbone of the Royal Canadian Navy.”
Old Fort Road Traffic delays due to the construction of a chain-up area. Near Gate A to the dam site, drivers may encounter loose gravel and increased commercial traffic. Gravel sections have also developed near 85th Avenue. Overnight deliveries of penstock pipes along Old Fort Road will result in rolling road closures and traffic delays. Deliveries will occur every one or two weeks. Due to equipment delivery, there may be occasional short road closures along Old Fort Road from Tahltan Road to Gate B. Highway 29: Construction-related equipment will travel along Highway 29. Learn more at drivebc.ca. Other areas: Trucks with heavy loads will be accessing the dam site and other project areas, using public and resource roads. Equipment Heavy machinery will be in the transmission line corridor. Please stay clear of the work areas. Helicopters and commercial drones may be used to support investigative and construction works. Noise and vibration Some noise and vibration may occur near the dam site and work areas, including the quarries. Other During noxious weed inventories, crews will travel through areas to capture data. Areas, where herbicide has been applied, will be signposted. Please stay clear of active in-river work areas along the Peace and Moberly rivers. These areas are identified with signage and markings. Conveyor system testing continues. Work will use heavy machinery, resulting in noise, dust and vibration. Typical work hours are 7 am to 7 pm, seven days a week. Road sweeping and dust suppression will occur. Highway 29 Construction at Cache Creek East embankment continues. This includes vegetation removal, excavation of existing soils, placement and grading of granular materials and site drainage. Noxious weed inventory and treatment may occur along Highway 29 and in Wuthrich, Portage Mountain, and West Pine quarries. Cache Creek West construction continues. This includes grading, road construction, and drainage work. Archaeological studies will take place at Farrell Creek and Dry Creek. Portage Mountain Quarry operations will continue. This includes haul road capping, rip rap and road material production, sorting and stockpiling. Upgrades may occur to the Portage Mountain access road. Visit our website for more Highway 29 schedules, maps and construction updates. Reservoir area Forestry and access road data collection and site investigations continue. Clearing activities continue on islands in the Peace River, east of Halfway River. Boaters are asked to stay clear of the work area. Clearing on the south banks of the eastern reservoir continues. Helicopters will be used. Archaeological investigations may occur in support of reservoir access road design and construction. Transmission works Transmission line construction will continue. This includes construction of stringing sites, helical pile foundation installation, and tower assembly. Work will continue on the western portion of the transmission line and will access the Peace Canyon and Peace Hill, Trapper Main, Boucher Lake and Medicine Woman road areas. Maintenance work will continue on roads that provide access to the transmission corridor. Clearing activities will occur on the western portion of the transmission line. This includes hand-falling and hauling logs to local mills. Wood waste will be chipped, mulched, spread as coarse woody debris or hauled off-site. Road construction will continue in various locations on the transmission line right-of-way. This includes but is not limited to the Peace Canyon and Peace Hill, Trapper Main, Boucher Lake and Medicine Woman road areas. Other areas New: Geotechnical drilling to install groundwater monitors has begun in Hudson’s Hope. Work is occurring downstream of the dam site for the Peace River side channel enhancements. Aggregate and riprap production will continue in West Pine Quarry. We will transport material by rail to the dam site and by truck to Highway 29. WHAT TO EXPECT Work will take place during the day, night, and on the weekend until the project is completed. During this time, residents can expect: Traffic – please use caution and obey safety signage FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The following outlines the construction details for the Site C project for September 30th – October 13th, 2019.Dam site area – north bank and south bank Construction continues on a chain-up area for project vehicles on Old Fort Road, near the Gate B entrance to Site C. Pavement patching along Old Fort Road is nearing substantial completion. Noxious weed inventory and treatment will occur in the main civil works area, on the banks of the Peace River. Large sections of penstock pipe will be transported along Old Fort Road. This requires occasional overnight rolling closures, with short delays to traffic. Check our website for upcoming deliveries. Construction of a wash station to limit the migration of invasive species continues. Contractors will continue to mobilize equipment and materials to the site. This includes deliveries by rail and road. Contractors are continuing construction and operations in their work areas: main civil works, generating station and spillways civil works, turbines and generators, and substation. Activities include drilling, blasting, crushing, earthmoving, tunnelling, concrete placement, and road maintenance. Tower and mobile cranes will be used. Excavation, including in-river excavation, will progress on both banks of the Peace River. Construction activities will continue. This could include drilling, blasting, crushing, earthmoving, tunnelling, concrete placement, and road maintenance. 85th Avenue Conveyor
Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to Italy, Monaco and France this week, the foreign ministry said Monday, with Rome expected to join his global trade infrastructure programme despite reservations in other European countries. Xi will pay state visits from March 21 to March 26, foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said in a statement, without providing more details about his itinerary. An Italian official said last week that Rome would sign a non-binding memorandum of understanding with Beijing to officially support Xi’s massive 1 trillion Belt and Road initiative, also known as the New Silk Road.
Ohio State said offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan Day was named the acting head coach for the duration of the investigation. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Managing Editor for DesignAs the Board of Trustees decided on the future of head coach Urban Meyer at the Longaberger Alumni Center on Wednesday, the Ohio State football team practiced. The sound of strength coach Mickey Marotti’s voice echoed across Olentangy River Road, encouraging individual players as the team warmed up at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center during its 4 p.m. practice prior to the season opener against Oregon State on Sept. 1. As day turned to night and the voice of Marotti faded, the deliberation ended, deciding Meyer would be suspended without pay through Sept. 2 and for the games on Sept. 1, 8 and 15. In Meyer’s absence, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan Day will continue as the acting head coach, a role he has held since Aug. 1 when Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave when the Board of Trustees began its investigation into his knowledge of domestic violence allegations made against former assistant coach Zach Smith. In the opening statement of his press conference, Athletic Director Gene Smith thanked Day for taking on the role of acting head coach, calling him and the assistant coaches strong leaders throughout the investigation. The main message from Gene Smith ahead of his suspension was simple: provide the necessary support for Day through the first three games of the 2018 season. “Our top priority over the next few days is to make sure that we do everything that we can to reaffirm Coach Day’s commitment to being our interim coach during this timeframe,” Gene Smith said. “I will also working to ensure our student-athletes have every resource they need to maintain their focus on academics and competition.”Even though Meyer will not be on the sideline for the first three games of the season, the Ohio State head coach will be able to coach during the weeks leading up to games after Sept. 2. However, for a coach that said he had “worked diligently to build a program that would make the great state of Ohio and Ohio State very proud,” Meyer said his absence from the program has been extremely difficult. “It’s been very tough, one of the toughest things I’ve experienced,” Meyer said. “I have very good players and a very good staff. My message when i get to speak to the team is that I love them dearly, I appreciate all they’ve done for this incredible university.”While he is away from the team for the first three weeks of the season, Meyer was very complimentary towards his current coaching staff, including two former head coaches in defensive coordinator Greg Schiano and offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson. “It’s also one of the best coaching staffs I’ve had,” Meyer said. “I look forward to watching them continue to grow and getting updates as we move forward.”When it is all said and done, the Board of Trustees decided, with the decision to reinstate the head coach after a three-game suspension, that Ohio State was still Meyer’s team. This is the mindset Meyer looks to take as his return to the Buckeyes comes closer. “I’ve been a Buckeye my entire life,” Meyer said. “I appreciate the opportunity to learn from the mistake and work as hard as I ever have to make our strong program even stronger.”
The Manchester City manager is working on having a stable team and won’t sweat it if the team loses or wins today in the Manchester DerbyToday the city of Manchester will be divided between blue and red.Manchester City and Manchester United will face off as part of the derby.But for the Citizens’ manager Pep Guardiola, today result is just part of the bigger picture.“I think all the managers need time, not just me,” Guardiola was echoed by Goal.Daniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.“We are better than the first year but that’s normal. I think the manager has to evaluate how the team changes during the time. When it’s better, that’s a good signal.”“We have the feeling, all of us, not just me, that the team is stable for a long time and that’s good,” he added.“Of course, we can lose, but that is part of the game, it’s not a big issue.”“Even last season against United we lost 2-3, but the feeling we had, we were disappointed, but we didn’t have too many regrets about the way we played, no, not at all. That’s why it will make you confident,” he concluded.
Gonzalo Higuain is the world’s greatest striker, claims his former AC Milan team-mate Alessio Romagnoli.The Argentine striker ended a disappointing five-month loan spell in January after managing just six goals in 15 Serie A games.Higuain then opted to leave Juventus once more in another loan move to Chelsea in the Premier League, where he has reunited with his old Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri.After a subdued first two games in England, Higuain netted a brace in Chelsea’s 5-0 win over Huddersfield Town in the Premier League.And now Romagnoli has announced that he rates Higuain as the world’s best striker.“No problem,” said Romagnoli via Calcio Mercato, when asked about Higuain’s departure from the San Siro in an event in Milan.“I still think he is the best striker in the world. I am sorry he decided to leave but we respect his decision.“He is a friend of mine and if he is happy I am ok with it. Now we have other players that won’t make us regret his departure”.Although Milan made sure they signed up a replacement in Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek from Genoa for a €35m fee.The 23-year-old has embarked on a stunning start at Milan with three goals in as many games.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“We enjoy having him [Piatek] here and we hope he can keep scoring at least one goal per game,” said Romagnoli.“We hope to win many more games so we can reach the Champions League.“Piatek’s impressed me with his desire and hunger. You can see he wants to show what he’s all about and that’s important. He’s young and on the right path.”Next up for Gennaro Gattuso’s side will a home game against Cagliari, where three points is a must if they are to remain in the top-four of the Serie A and qualify for Champions League football next season.But Romagnoli is refusing to get too carried away at this stage of the campaign.“There are still many games left and we have plenty of things to improve. There will be many direct clashes and many games that seem easy but are not,” added the Milan captain.🔵⚪️😀🥅⚽️🏃🏽♂️👌@ChelseaFC pic.twitter.com/aRIu1bGSsc— Gonzalo Higuaín (@G_Higuain) January 25, 2019
Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #TCIPremierheadlines60yearcelebration Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, August 8, 2017 – Grand Bahama – Sea Grape in Eight Mile Rock is among the western settlements of Grand Bahama where Turks and Caicos Islanders resided as they worked and lived in The Bahamas. Over the weekend, Sea Grape celebrated 60 Years and there to join in the momentous occasion was TCI Premier, Hon Sharlene Robinson.The church service at Mt Calvary Baptist Church was held under the patronage of Hon Robinson.#MagneticMediaNews#TCIPremierheadlines60yearcelebration Photo credit: Freeport News Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Explore further (PhysOrg.com) — Asus has just introduced an Eee PC netbook that uses the Intel Atom N280, which has slightly better performance than the previous N270 chip. The N280 runs at 1.67GHz, up from the N270’s 1.6GHz, and the machine’s 1GB memory will be clocked at 667MHz rather than 533MHz. The longer battery life is contributed to the N280 chip that consumes a maximum of 2.5 watts, along with an LED backlit LCD screen. Asus’ Super Hybrid Engine allows people to control the CPU to lower performance to conserve power. In order to achieve 9.5 hours of battery life, the user would most likely have to lower CPU performance, dim the screen, and turn off the system’s Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and camera. Since this is not a realistic approach in using a netbook you can expect less than 9.5 hours of battery life. Aside from the Atom N280 processor other basic features include 802.11n WiFi that boost speed 6 times greater than the 802.11g, 10-inch screen with 1024 x 600 resolution, 3 USB ports, SDHC card slot, VGA port, 10/100Mb/s Ethernet, and 160GB hard drive. The ASUS Eee PC 1000HE is available immediately for pre-order through the official ASUS Eee PC Group on Facebook. The MSRP is $399.99 but Asus is applying a $25 instant discount to all the pre-orders. The pre-order page lists places where you can purchase the 1000HE like Amazon, Buy.com, Newegg and a few others but none of the stores, except Amazon, actually list the computer yet. At the time of this writing you can also pre order it from Amazon for $374.00.© 2009 PhysOrg.com Citation: Asus 1000HE Netbook Claims 9.5 Hour Battery Life (2009, February 4) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-02-asus-1000he-netbook-hour-battery.html 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. New superomniphobic glass soars high on butterfly wings using machine learning Asus 1000HE Netbook