December 13, 2019
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first_img Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now When I was a teenager I fronted a rock-n-roll band. At 17 years old, I was playing in bars that I would not have been allowed in otherwise. In many cases, the bands that my band opened for were much older—and much better—than we were. It was there that I was infected with a negative belief structure.When a band was playing, the members of other bands would stand at the back of the bar and criticize the band that was playing. They would find something wrong with the singer, or the guitarist wasn’t really a shredder (as if that is even important when it comes to rock-n-roll, which is really more attitude than it is a competency). This was especially true for big, national acts who were experiencing the success that everyone else believed they deserved. Hanging around for a while, I learned to do the same thing. Like the others, I’d stand around being jealous.At some point, my competitive nature took over, and I started to look at the bands that were playing through a different lens. First and foremost, they were better than we were. Second, and more importantly, they drew bigger crowds. We were opening for them, and not the other way around. It struck me that instead of trying to find reasons to criticize other bands, I should be trying to discover why so many people like them—even though I didn’t particularly like them. This massively improved our results by helping my little outfit make changes, whereas criticizing other bands produced no measurable benefit.There are people who you may not like because you disagree with them on ideas or issues, and you may avoid looking at what they believe and why they believe it because you couldn’t be further apart in certain areas. This is a mistake because it prevents you from another perspective, a perspective that can improve your own. Instead of looking at what is wrong with what someone else does or what they believe, look instead to see if you can understand the value in their ideas, their beliefs, or their actions—or at least look to understand why they believe what they believe.When you don’t like something, it is worth your time and effort to explore it. If an idea makes you uncomfortable, that is almost always an idea that is valuable for you to explore.last_img read more

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first_imgAre you ready to start cracking the next Go Figure mystery?Identify what this is and win $30Last date October 15, 2011Enter Go Figure ContestThe July mystery image is that of the Statue of Liberty. The winner, selected randomly from among the correct entries, is Jayashee Seshadri, of Mansfield, Mass. Related Itemslast_img

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first_imgGoa govt gives nod to Centre’s draft CRZ notification 2018Panaji, Jul 2 (PTI) The Goa government has given itsnod to the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and ClimateChange’s draft Coastal Regulation Zone notification 2018.The state’s nod came in a communication addressed tothe Union ministry by Environment Director of Goa, Ravi Jha,on June 29.Jha, in his communication to MoEFCC Director ArvindNautiyal, stated that the Goa government, after consultingstakeholders, wanted traditional economic activities, existingin notified CRZ areas for generations, to continue.The Goa government also urged the Centre to allow theerection of temporary structures like shacks and huts onbeaches as well as promotional activities like weddings andmusic festivals in the inter-tidal zone, something currentlyprohibited.Jha, in his communication said that since the 2018draft supersedes the earlier 2011 notification, it wasnecessary to include temporary structures, erected in themonths from September to May, as permissible activity in CRZIB, IIA and B and III A and B zones in the new draftnotification.The Goa government further said that the list ofpermissible activities under CRZ should include water sports,beach weddings, music festivals etc.It also sought relaxation of norms to set uplifeguard towers, police booths, public amenities and wastetreatment facilities in these areas.The communication also stressed that construction andreconstruction of dwellings of bonafide citizens be permittedin these areas as per local Town and Country Planning rules.While fishing groups, like the National FisherworkersForum, have opposed the CRZ notification draft claiming thatit fails to uphold the rights of traditional fishermen, NGOshave opposed it for reducing the CRZ area, measured from HighTide Line (HTL), from the current 200 metres to just 50metres.advertisementThe Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Changehad uploaded the draft Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ)Notification, 2018 on its website on April 18, 2018 seekingcomments from the public within 60 days. PTI RPSBNM BNM BNMJMF JMF JMFlast_img read more

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first_imgUnityPoint Health – St. Luke’s and the Children’s Miracle Network have unveiled a second family kitchen on the hospital’s pediatric floor.It’s available to families who have children in the hospital.The kitchen, along with the additional kitchen near the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, were established through a partnership with the Ronald McDonald House in Sioux City.The kitchens are stocked with meals, snacks, and beverages, and are accessible to families 24 hours.The second kitchen was dedicated with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Friday.last_img

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first_imgNxGn Chong, Gomes & the top 10 teenage stars to watch at Man Utd Kris Voakes Last updated 1 year ago 19:00 3/30/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(2) Mason Greenwood Angel Gomes Getty/Goal NxGn Manchester United Premier League Goal takes at a look at the bright young talents waiting in the wings at United, including some who have already made an impression on Jose Mourinho Manchester United have a long history of producing players through their storied academy, with 3,912 consecutive first-team games stretching back to October 1937 featuring at least one former member of their youth system in the squad.The likes of Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Scott McTominay have been regulars in the United senior ranks this term as that trend continues, but the prospects remain good for a longer-term presence as well thanks to the strides being made by some of their current academy stars.Kieran McKenna’s free-scoring under-18s have remained largely unaffected by the graduation of many of their better players to Ricky Sbragia’s under-23 squad, and that in itself says much about the quality on display in the younger ranks. Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Below,  Goal  looks at 10 of the greatest teenage talents in the Manchester United system.last_img read more

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first_imgMumbai girl, 23, becomes first woman to fly solo across Atlantic: Men do it. Why can’t women?23-year-old, Aarohi Pandit, who hails from Mumbai, recently flew across the Atlantic Ocean and arrived at Iqaluit Airport in Nunavut, Northern Canada, becoming the first woman to fly solo in an ultra-light aircraft.advertisement Next India Today Web Desk New DelhiMay 22, 2019UPDATED: May 22, 2019 19:37 IST Aarohi Pandit became the first woman to cross Atlantic Ocean soloAn Indian woman just set a world record by becoming the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean flying solo in an ultra-light aircraft.Aarohi Pandit recently flew across the Atlantic Ocean and arrived at Iqaluit Airport in Nunavut, Northern Canada, becoming the first woman to do so.The 23-year-old, who hails from Mumbai, flew solo around the world in a solo year-long expedition and her mission is to empower women and to encourage them to set records just like her.According to her, flying in her aircraft was just like “riding on a white bird with long wings.”Aarohi, who has been flying since the age of 17, started her journey across Atlantic in Scotland, and took off from Nuuk, Greenland last week on Monday.She told an international website, “I just want girls, not just in India but around the world, to know that if you can dream it, you can do it. I have seen men doing it. I got the thought that if men can do it, why can’t a woman?”Reportedly, after flying more than 3,000 kilometres across the ocean in extreme weather conditions and harsh winds, Aarohi was glad to make it back it on land.According to her even though there were many limitation to her journey, as her aircraft is very small and light, it was a fun ride.She said, “It was beautiful. Blue water everywhere, open skies. It was one of the most beautiful experiences I’ll never forget.”Aarohi managed to make her journey possible in an aircraft named Mahi, which is a Sinus 912, light-sport aircraft, with a single engine, which weighs just over 400 kilograms, reports said.advertisementAarohi started her journey in India, then stopped in Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, across Europe to Scotland, Iceland, Greenland and finally landed in Canada.Now, she plans to fly to Alaska, then Russia, and eventually back home.ALSO SEE | Amul celebrates Deepika Padukone and Aishwarya Rai at Cannes 2019. Leaves out Desi Girl PriyankaALSO SEE | TikTok star Mohit Mor shot dead in Delhi. His viral videos will always make his fans smileALSO WATCH | TikTok star Mohit Mor shot dead in Delhi. His best viral videosGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byKrishna Priya Pallavi Tags :Follow Aarohi Panditlast_img read more

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first_imgOTTAWA – The family of an Afghan war veteran who shot and killed his mother, wife and daughter before taking his own life earlier this year has taken their call for an inquiry to the steps of Parliament Hill.The Desmond family was thrust into the national spotlight in January when Lionel Desmond fatally shot his mother Brenda, his wife Shanna and their 10-year-daughter Aaliyah in their rural Nova Scotia home.Relatives have said the former infantryman, who served two tours in Afghanistan, did not get the help he needed to deal with PTSD after he was forced from the military for medical reasons in 2015.His sisters, Cassandra and Diane Desmond spoke in front of Centre Block on Friday. Cassandra said the family is still waiting to hear whether Nova Scotia’s medical examiner will recommend a provincial inquiry.But she wants answers from the Department of National Defence and Veterans Affairs Canada about the treatment and support her brother received, or didn’t receive, to ensure others don’t suffer the same fate.“We do have the right to know exactly what happened to Lionel Ambrose Desmond,” she said.“Why he was one who fell through the cracks? And we need to know exactly where it went wrong and how come this had to happen.”Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan was expected to meet the family on Friday, after offering them his condolences in the House of Commons and asserting that one suicide is too many.But federal officials insisted the decision on whether to call an inquiry rests solely with the Nova Scotia medical examiner’s office, which confirmed that it was still weighing the decision.“With respect to an inquiry, the provincial medical examiner would be able to conduct a fatality inquiry under the laws of Nova Scotia,” O’Regan’s spokesman Alex Wellstead said in an email.Wellstead did reveal that Veterans Affairs has conducted its own internal review of the case, but he said the results have not been made public because of privacy concerns.Cassandra Desmond blasted National Defence and Veterans Affairs for not answering the family’s questions, saying: ” We don’t know anything. … They’re basically ignoring us.”The family’s renewed calls for an inquiry come only two weeks after the federal government released a suicide prevention strategy aimed specifically at current and retired military personnel.More than 130 serving military personnel have taken their own lives since 2010, according to National Defence, while the number of veterans who have killed themselves isn’t known.Cassandra Desmond said the strategy looks good on paper and might have even saved her brother.“But until we actually start seeing the action go forth with this prevention plan,” she said, “we are not going to believe that this is going to be the answer to anything.”Among those appearing with the Desmonds on Parliament Hill were several people advocating for the Canadian military to stop using the anti-malarial drug mefloquine, which some experts have linked to brain damage.Cassandra Desmond said her family has not been able to obtain her brother’s military medical records, but they have received anecdotal reports from fellow soldiers that he used mefloquine in Afghanistan.The Canadian Forces recently changed its policy so that other anti-malarial drugs are offered first, but critics want it banned entirely from military use.Cassandra Desmond said she fears mefloquine was somehow connected to what happened to her brother, which was why she was joining her voice to those calling for an end to its use.“This is why we’re here today,” she said. “To continue this fight not only for an inquiry into my brother’s death. But also to make sure that that little white pill called mefloquine is kicked to the curb.”— Follow @leeberthiaume on Twitter.last_img read more

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OTTAWA — Shopify Inc. will launch a TV and film content development and production house.The Ottawa-based e-commerce company says the venture will be called Shopify Studios and will involve developing, producing and financing projects for both streaming platforms and traditional networks.Among the first wave of content Shopify will release is a series of 20- to 30-minute films on entrepreneurs, examining the relationship between where individuals live and what they choose to create and a podcast exploring secret economies. Canada proves land of opportunity for famous immigrant inventors Shopify has a piece of the upside on cannabis sales, COO says Shopify helps ensure smooth rollout of online cannabis sales: ‘No outages’ The Shopify Studios team is headquartered in Toronto, but will also operate in New York and Los Angeles.The company has already signed deals with Anonymous Content, Spoke Studios and Saville Productions to develop entrepreneur-focused documentaries.Anonymous Content is behind hit films and TV shows including “13 Reasons Why,” “Spotlight,” “Boy Erased” and “Mr. Robot.” Spoke Studios was created by former ITV America chief executive Brent Montgomery, while Saville Productions has worked with “Crash” director Paul Haggis and Barry Levinson of “Rain Man” fame. read more

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first_imgWhile the evolution of dense medium separation (DMS) technology has seen various advances since the mid-1900s, there are still a number of ‘fundamentals’ that will allow users to reduce magnetite losses over the life of a DMS plant.Speaking shortly after the Southern African Coal Processing Society’s biennial conference in Secunda recently where Kwatani, represented by Jeremy Bosman, presented a paper addressing the impact of appropriate screen selection on dense medium recover and highlighted the importance of adhering to certain ground rules.“Across the different processes, there are basic principles that are common, such as the use of drain and rinse screens to recover magnetite from the product and reject streams,” says Kim Schoepflin, CEO of Kwatani.She says a concentration of magnetite in the dilute medium must also be achieved to give a suspension of high relative density, or overdense, medium using wet drum magnetic separators.Schoepflin outlines the fundamentals to be observed in restricting magnetite losses, regardless of which screening arrangement is chosen.“The feed arrangement onto the screen must ensure that the full width of the screen is utilised,” she says. “Low feed velocities are also critical, as this maximises the drainage rate on sieve bends and multi-slope screens.”She emphasises that the drain section, which includes both static and vibrating screens, must have sufficient area to recover 95% of the medium being fed to it, and that allowance must be made for potential blinding which will reduce the open area of the screen.“It is vital to take the average particle size and bed depth into account when selecting the screen width,” she argues. “Running at too high a bed depth will increase medium carry-over from the drain to the rinse section, and will also reduce the efficiency of the rinse water in washing off the medium; this in turn will lead to an increase in magnetite losses.”Another important aspect to observe is that sufficient rinse water must be used to wash off the adhering medium, without overloading the wet drum magnetic separators. Provision must also be made at the end of the screen – after rinsing – for the clean coal and reject material to dewater before being discharged off the end of the screen, says Schoepflin.last_img read more

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first_img 10 things you need to know before the opening bell Mercedes-Benz will join the electric scooter wars with its own model in 2020 Goldman Sachs did a massive survey of its Gen Z interns and found they like pot, but ignore influencers A Pittsburgh doctor says Antonio Brown once repeatedly farted in his face during a consultation, and that he owes him $11,500 in unpaid bills HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD WILL be all tarted up this evening for the annual backslapping film feast but these behind-the-scenes shots show that in LA, the glam is never very far from the gritty.How very Pretty Woman.Here’s the proof:Red carpet is not glam when it’s left lying around like a sausage rollThe Oscars red carpet – a byword for glamour, eh? Not so much when it was snapped in giant plastic bags earlier this week.Johnny Depp will be looking a bit roughTo the right of the carpet, out of shot of E! cameras but in eyesight of the celebs, there is a Forever 21 clothing store and Jack Sparrow lookalike.The air will be scented by pizza slicesThis is what they’ll see to the left of the carpet: A pizzeria, tattoo parlour and Harley Davidson shop. It’s no Rodeo Drive.The sky will be made of plasticDon’t look up, Anne Hathaway. The tarpaulin might distract you from practising your Best Supporting Actress *surprise* face.On the other hand…They do have an amazing giant curtain made of 24-carat gold*.(*Maybe.)And if we’re honest, we want to be hanging out on the fan bleachers tonight so we can catch moments like this. What did Milla Jovovich say to Jessica Chastain on last year’s red carpet?AP Photo/Chris PizzelloAll other pics: Business Insider/Aly Weismanlast_img read more

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first_imgLeinster edge Ulster in thriller to keep Champions Cup defence on track Leo Cullen’s side were pushed every inch of the way by their northern rivals in a rip-roaring quarter-final tie in Dublin. 100 Comments Ross Byrne celebrates his winning kick. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHORoss Byrne’s 71st-minute penalty from the far touchline ultimately decided the contest and sent Leinster through to a third consecutive Champions Cup semi-final, where they will meet either Racing 92 or Toulouse as their title defence gathers momentum.But there were so many pivotal moments throughout this tie that Ulster will reflect on with frustration and regret, no more so than Jacob Stockdale’s botched try when he failed to ground after doing all the hard work. Leading 13-11 six minutes into the second period, it would have given Ulster a considerable scoreboard buffer, but instead, the momentum shifted and Leinster stay alive in the competition. Just. The provincial rivals exchanged meaty blows from start to finish, the game ebbing and flowing in eye-catching fashion, and certainly it took its toll with Rory Best and Dan Leavy both suffering injuries, while Byrne kicked the winning points one-legged as he struggled with cramp. A demolition derby in every sense of the word.You had to feel for Ulster at the end of the game as they came so agonisingly close to a statement win in their first European knockout outing in five years, Dan McFarland’s side producing a monumental shift to push the hosts all the way, but not many teams come to Dublin and leave with the spoils.Leinster have now won 12 games on the bounce at the national stadium and once again displayed their ability to dig deep with their backs against the wall, while their unrivalled depth chart once again shone through as the likes of Byrne, Rory O’Loughlin and Adam Byrne all stood up on the big stage.Out-half Byrne scored 16 points, including a first-half try, while Adam Byrne’s second-half score shortly after Stockdale’s blunder at the other end was absolutely crucial. Jack Conan played a key part in that and was outstanding throughout, claiming the man-of-the-match award for a tireless shift. James Ryan made 23 carries and 21 tackles. Standard.For Ulster, they brought an aggressive linespeed and it caused Leinster problems, with Marty Moore getting through trojan work, Marcell Coetzee hammering into collisions and Jordi Murphy intent on spoiling the party for his former club.It was just the fifth all-Irish derby in the 24-year history of the Champions Cup, and boy did it live up to the billing.The opening exchanges were feverish and frenetic, everything you would expect of an inter-provincial derby of this magnitude. And Ulster did not travel south to make up the numbers, the red shirts — Stockdale, Best, John Cooney, Iain Henderson and Stuart McCloskey — all landing early, and meaningful, blows.Cian Healy clamped himself over man and ball to stem the initial onslaught, but after Cronin knocked on in the tidy-up work, the red wave went down the shortside off the set-piece, where the prolific Stockdale was ready and waiting. Leinster scrambled, Stockdale burst through Adam Byrne’s tackle, and it took four blue shirts to scrag the big man into touch. Danger averted. For now. The early collisions were of shuddering proportion, and Ulster were winning many of them. They had showed up alright.  Mar 30th 2019, 7:56 PM By Ryan Bailey Share16 Tweet Email Saturday 30 Mar 2019, 7:56 PM 38,861 Views center_img Treadwell celebrates his try. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOAnd the white and red flags were billowing with greater intensity on five minutes. Their defensive press gave Garry Ringrose no avenue of escape and when the Ireland centre doubled back on himself, ran sideways and attempted to kick clear, Best and Henderson were all over him.Rhys Ruddock was unable to change direction quickly enough, allowing Kieran Treadwell to get onto the ball ahead of everyone and touch down for his first European try, which Cooney successfully converted with his first kick off the tee at the national stadium. But Leinster’s champion response was as emphatic as it was immediate. Stockdale brilliantly gathered Byrne’s restart but was forced into touch by Scott Fardy, providing the platform for the home side to lay siege and strike.O’Loughlin’s half-break in midfield put Leinster on the front foot and after 25 phases of close-quarter rugby, with the tight five making hard-earned metres, Byrne took it upon himself to show-and-go and carry over the whitewash through Robert Baloucoune. The out-half, making his first start in a European knockout game in the absence of the injured Johnny Sexton, was off target with his touchline conversion and then snatched at a far more straightforward penalty attempt minutes later after Darren Cave was offside.In between it all, Ulster were dealt a hefty blow when their totemic skipper succumbed to a right ankle injury, Best clearly distraught as his game was ended after just 16 minutes. Enter Rob Herring, and the northern province were not backing down.They hunted every Leinster carrier with savage intensity — see Cave smashing Ringrose as exhibit A — and after Cronin’s lineout throw evaded everyone deep inside Ulster territory, Cooney extended their scoreboard advantage when Healy was pinged by Romain Poite. And so it ebbed and flowed, not an inch given. Leinster’s attacking maul wasn’t earning any yards, so O’Loughlin tried his luck in field, forcing Coetzee to cough up the penalty, which Byrne duly slotted over to bring it back to a two-point game.  John Cooney is tackled by Healy and Furlong. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOO’Loughlin was again involved in the next passage as he did brilliantly to isolate and latch onto McCloskey on the Ulster 10-metre line, and despite a big hand-off from his opposite number, managed to rip the ball and win the scrum.With penalty advantage, the trademark Byrne kick-pass picked Dave Kearney out on the left and very nearly opened the door for the Leinster winger, but he was hauled down just short. Back we came, Byrne kicking the hosts into the lead for the first time on 36 minutes.You wouldn’t dare take your eyes off it. After working tirelessly to get their noses in front, Ulster will have been disappointed to cough it up so cheaply through a succession of penalty infringements, but they conjured a riposte before the break.Showing patience and precision during a probing passage, Ulster tried to vary the angle of attack with a kick wide for Baloucoune, but when that door was shut, Cooney accepted the invitation to send McFarland’s side into the sheds 13-11 ahead after a breathtaking 40 minutes of rugby. Normal service resumed on the restart. It was, however, a pity O’Loughlin, who had been excellent in the first period, was forced off at the break to be replaced by Noel Reid, while lightning very nearly struck twice for Ringrose as Herring charged down his attempted clearance kick.Leinster were fortunate to escape on that occasion, and they were given the ultimate reprieve moments later. Stockdale’s show and turn of pace was frightening as he ruthlessly exposed Leinster’s narrow defensive line to burst through two tackles.But after doing all the hard work, Stockdale carelessly — and criminally — tried to ground the ball one-handed and, under pressure from Kearney, knocked it on before getting it down. All he had to do was dive for the whitewash. From the resulting scrum, the Leinster pack turned the screw for a huge momentum shift. And the knockout blow duly followed. Cronin initially thundered down the outside channel but after failing to find the supporting Byrne on his right shoulder, Conan showed him how it was done in the next passage. Byrne dots down for Leinster’s second try. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOThe Leinster number eight picked at the base of the ruck, burst through the gap and charged his way into the Ulster 22 with ball in one hand, while the other tried to pull his falling shorts up. After barreling through the red wall, Conan showed patience to draw the last defender and vision to offload to Byrne, who did the rest in the far corner. 18-13. With his side in front and in the ascendancy, Cullen unloaded his bench on the hour mark but Leinster lost Leavy almost instantly after he came on, the flanker suffering a serious leg injury before being carted off. It is a horribly cruel setback for Leavy, who is only just back after three months on the sideline with a calf problem, and with Josh van der Flier already ruled out for the rest of the season, Leinster’s openside resources are suddenly thin on the ground.With Mick Kearney on for his 50th appearance in blue, Fardy was re-deployed in the back row, and Leinster found themselves under their own posts on the restart. There was more than a suspicion of a forward pass in the build-up, but Marshall’s try was allowed stand. It appeared for all the world that Marshall’s initial skip pass out left to Stockdale would be called back, but Poite played on, and a number of phases later, McCloskey sucked in two defenders to create the space for the returning centre to get over. After 10 months out, it was a sweet moment for Marshall, but Cooney spurned the chance to put Ulster in front as he pulled the conversion attempt, leaving it on an absolute knife edge at 18-18 heading towards the final 10 minutes. The physicality was beginning to take its toll on both sides, and Leinster were forced into bringing McGrath back on for Jamison Gibson-Park at nine and Ross Byrne was clearly pulling up every time he kicked the ball. Not that it mattered obviously.Leinster won the lineout on the far side, the rolling maul was set in motion and when Ulster were pinged, Byrne stretched out his right leg and called for the tee. The strike was perfect, the flags went up and the champions were back in front. No bother.Now it was about seeing it out, and after getting through 40 tireless phases of pure guts and determination, McGrath kicked dead and Leinster march on.And breathe. Leinster scorers:Tries: Ross Byrne, Adam Byrne. Conversions: Ross Byrne [1 from 2]Penalties: Ross Byrne [3 from 4].Ulster scorers:Tries: Kieran Treadwell, Luke Marshall. Conversions: John Cooney [1 from 2].Penalties: John Cooney [2 from 2].LEINSTER: 15. Jordan Larmour, 14. Adam Byrne, 13. Garry Ringrose, 12. Rory O’Loughlin (Noel Reid 41′), 11. Dave Kearney, 10. Ross Byrne (Rob Kearney 73′), 9. Luke McGrath (Jamison Gibson-Park 58′)(McGrath 66′); 1. Cian Healy (Ed Byrne 58′), 2. Sean Cronin (James Tracy 58′), 3. Tadhg Furlong (Andrew Porter 67′), 4. Scott Fardy, 5. James Ryan, 6. Rhys Ruddock (captain), 7. Sean O’Brien (Dan Leavy 51′)(Mick Kearney 63′), 8. Jack Conan.ULSTER: 15. Mike Lowry, 14. Robert Baloucoune, 13. Darren Cave (Luke Marshall 63′), 12. Stuart McCloskey, 11. Jacob Stockdale, 10. Billy Burns, 9. John Cooney; 1. Eric O’Sullivan (Eric O’Sullivan 72′), 2. Rory Best (captain)(Rob Herring 16′), 3. Marty Moore (Wiehahn Herbst 56′), 4. Iain Henderson, 5. Kieran Treadwell, 6. Nick Timoney, 7. Jordi Murphy, 8. Marcell Coetzee (Sean Reidy 52′).Replacements not used: 19. Alan O’Connor, 21. Dave Shanahan, 23. Angus Kernohan. Referee: Romain Poite [France].Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: Subscribe Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Leinster 21 Ulster 18 Ryan Bailey reports from the Aviva Stadium AN UTTERLY ABSORBING and compelling affair from start to finish, and a contest befitting of the occasion. But when push came to shove, and the tension heightened, Leinster were able to delve into their reservoir of big-game experience and champion mettle to emerge on the right side of an epic inter-pro.Leo Cullen’s side were pushed every inch of the way by a highly-charged, highly-spirited Ulster performance during this rollicking quarter-final tie, but champion sides — even when they’re not at their best — find a way to win and the holders did just that in front of a febrile crowd of 51,700.  https://the42.ie/4568798 last_img read more

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first_img WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions WALTER and Kassius Ohno set to compete at EVOLVE 135 and 136 Live Events Twitter Pinterest Now Playing Up Next Nikki Bella Roman Reigns is in Remission Now Playing Up Next WhatsApp Ronda Rousey New match for NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IIIThe Authors of Pain with Paul Ellering defending the NXT Tag Team Championships against SAnitY (Alexander Wolfe and Killain Dain) with Nikki Cross and Eric Young has been added to the August 19 NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III live special on WWE Network.WWE confirmed the match on last night’s episode of WWE NXT.#AOP @Akam_WWE & @Rezar_WWE defend their titles against #SAnitY at #NXTTakeOver: Brooklyn III! @PaulElleringWWE @WWENetwork pic.twitter.com/uUOgCAv15S— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) August 3, 2017The current card for the show is:* NXT Championship: Bobby Roode (c) vs. Drew McIntyre* NXT Women’s Championship: Asuka (c) vs. Ember Moon* NXT Tag Team Championships: The Authors of Pain (c’s) w/ Paul Ellering vs. SAnitY w/ Nikki Cross and Eric YoungNXT star in PROGRESSNewly signed NXT star Dakota Kai (formerly Evie), who will be competing in the upcoming Mae Young Classic tournament, has been added to the PROGRESS show in New York City on August 12 teaming with Dahlia Black against Jinny and Deonna Purrazzo.PROGRESS previously announced that a WWE UK Title defense will take place on the show, with Pete Dunne defending the title against Gentleman Jack Gallagher.#ProgressNYC: @JinnyCouture teams w/ @DeonnaPurrazzo on 12th Aug to face @blahliadack and… @DakotaKai_WWE! Tix: https://t.co/dcU7A3hIm9 pic.twitter.com/CgpDp19lVj— PROGRESS Wrestling (@ThisIs_Progress) August 2, 2017 Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles 9/13 NXT Live Results: Cocoa, FL (Dain vs. Kushida, NXT North American Title Match) WWE Pitches Crazy Superstar Shake-up Changes Now Playing Up Next Vince McMahon Gave Roman Reigns Advice After Cancer Diagnosis Videos Articles Videos Articles Google+ Facebook Now Playing Up Next Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-DownVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:32/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:04Remaining Time -0:29 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Drew Mcintyre NXT Highlights: Johnny Gargano addresses NXT future, Baszler vs. Ripley, Pete Dunne in actionlast_img read more

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first_imgJuventus have launched their third-kit design for the 2018-19 season, which has been made entirely out of recycled plastic waste from the oceanThe latest kit was made by Adidas in a collaboration with a non-profit organisation called Parley for the Oceans.Cristiano Ronaldo and his new teammates will be wearing gear made from a 100% recycled polyester interlock material that incorporates ocean plastic for this season as Juventus look to win an eight successive Serie A title.The official colours of the kit will be “carbon” and “‘shock yellow”.Adidas designer Francesca Venturini, who worked closely with Parley for the Oceans during the making of the jersey, revealed the inspiration behind the design.He told the club website: “The new Juve third kit has eco-innovation and longevity at its very heart,”Franck Ribery, FiorentinaFiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“Through our partnership with Parley for the Oceans we’ve been able to create this beautiful jersey made from Ocean Plastic ®. The dark grey shade with yellow accents makes it the perfect jersey to be worn either on pitch or on the streets.”The Serie A champions join the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid as the latest high-profile club to support Parley Ocean Plastic’s aims to stop plastic pollution by wearing their kits.Juventus’s eco-friendly 2018/19 third kit has landed! pic.twitter.com/iizhNxE5Sm— B/R Football (@brfootball) July 18, 2018last_img read more

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first_imgMARATHON, FLA. (WSVN) – Rescue crews saved two passengers after, officials said, their small plane crashed near the Florida Keys, Saturday.The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission responded to the call after, they said, the aircraft splashed down and sank near Marathon, just north of the Seven Mile Bridge.FWC captured an overhead view of the sunken vessel.The pilot and passenger managed to escape before the plane became fully submerged. They held on to buoys while waiting to be rescued.Both were pulled from the water in good condition.Officials are investigating what caused the plane to go down.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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first_imgSerilingampally: Local MLA Arekapudi Gandhi, along with some TRS leaders handed over the active party membership receipts for 2019-21 on Sunday to residents of Rickshaw Pullers’ colony in the 122th division in Vivekanandnagar. He was the chief guest at the membership drive.Corporator M Lakshmi Bai was present along with some local TRS leaders, activists and residents of the colony.last_img

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first_imgIn two separate incidents, two Samajwadi Party (SP) leaders were shot dead by unidentified persons in Uttar Pradesh on Friday, May 31. The UP Police have ruled out any political rivalry in both cases.41-year-old Lalji Yadav was shot dead while he was travelling on his SUV on the Shahganj-Jaunpur road when three motorcycle-borne assailants intercepted the vehicle and opened fire. The incident happened at around 9.30 am near Siddiquepur in Khwaja Sarai area of Jaunpur district, according to a police official.While Yadav was rushed to a hospital but he had succumbed to injuries. Yadav, who was charged under the Gangsters Act, was a contractor who had murder and other criminal cases against him.Prima facie, it appears to be a case of personal enmity and not any political rivalry, district Superintendent of Police Ashish Tiwari said. “It is possible that he was in touch with criminals also and the killing is a resultant of personal issues.”The killing could be motivated from the property-related issues and it can be confirmed after a probe, Jaunpur Rural additional SP Sanjay Rai told news agency PTI.In Gautam Buddh Nagar district, the president of the Samajwadi Party’s Dadri assembly segment was killed in a similar manner.Ramtek Kataria was near his home on Jarcha road overseeing some construction work when four masked men pumped bullets into him around 12.30 pm, the police said.The four unidentified men arrived in a car and opened at least 10 rounds of fire on Kataria and fled the spot. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead, district Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Vaibhav Krishna said.Prima facie, the killing appears to be a result of personal enmity with one of Kataria’s brothers in the extended family, Krishna said.According to officials, the rivalry between the two factions had been brewing for long and, at times, reached the police also, with the two sides registering cases against each other.Under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code, FIRs has been registered in both the shooting incidents. An investigation is underway. The Uttar Pradesh Police have ruled out any political rivalry in both the shooting incidents.Representational imagelast_img read more

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first_imgQuick, what’s the nerdiest thing you can think of? No matter what answer springs to mind, it probably can’t top cHTeMeLe, a board game about writing HTML5 code. In cHTeMeLe, players endorse their favorite web browser (Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera, or IE) and then score points by correctly laying out HTML tags, while also trying to bug or crash their opponents’ code.Despite cHTeMeLe’s technical theme, its developers claim you don’t need any web programming experience to play. The game takes web design standards and boils them down into game rules that even children can learn. To help less technical players keep everything straight, the tag cards use syntax highlighting that different parts of code have unique colors — just like an Integrated Developer Environment. No one is going to completely pick up HTML5 purely by playing cHTeMeLe, but it does have some educational value for understanding basic tags and how they fit together.The bad news is that cHTeMeLe is only in French for the time being, so many English speakers will have to wait for a translation of the rule book — which, of course, is called ReadMe_fr. Fortunately, the developers have followed in Cards Against Humanity’s footsteps by licensing the game under Creative Commons and making it available for download and printing. So once cHTeMeLe supports other languages, it should be easy to make your own copy.In addition to the DIY version, the developers are also making a higher quality physical edition following their successful campaign on Ulule, a Kickstarter-like crowdfunding site. The official copy will contain 112 cards, play boards for each of the 5 browser choices, scorekeeping pieces and a copy of the rules. The finished product will sell for 19€, or about $25.Read more at the official Ulule pagelast_img read more

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first_imgCheap flights carrier Ryanair has announced that it plans to launch eight new flights across Europe, including four from Reus (Barcelona).The new flights from Reus will operate to Bournemouth, Eindhoven, Nador and Poznan, while the airline has also said that it will base a third Boeing 737-800 aircraft at the Catalan airport.Commenting on the new flights, the first of which will begin in June, Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said that the carrier would continue to grow despite the current economic climate.”Ryanair continues to offer great new routes so that passengers can beat the recession by flying at Ryanair’s guaranteed lowest fares and no fuel surcharges to exciting destinations all over Europe,” he said. Ryanair will launch a further two flights from Bournemouth (to Faro and Limoges), a London Luton to Limoges flight and a route between Faro and Bremen. The carrier’s passenger traffic is expected to rise to one million a year at Reus – enough to sustain in the region of 1,000 local jobs. Ryanair announced earlier this month that it had sold 1.5 million seats between January 9th and 15th.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedRyanair announces 14 new routesEurope’s largest cheap flights airline, Ryanair, has announced 14 new routes across Europe to be launched in October 2008Ryanair to launch new flights from East Midlands Airport this summerCheap flights carrier Ryanair will introduce new flights to Barcelona (Reus) and Palma from East Midlands Airport in July.Ryanair announce launch of new Spanish services from GatwickRyanair has announced the launch of two new London Gatwick flights to Barcelona Girona and Alicantelast_img read more

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