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Experience Rugby World Cup France 2023 with

first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Promotion “I don’t really remember the drive to the stadium but obviously my most vivid memory is the ‘try’ (Cueto’s score was disallowed as he slid for the line). That two minutes of going to the Television Match Official felt like two hours.“I believe if that was given we’d go on to win the game, but who knows. It was an absolutely crazy, crazy few months!”South Africa won the final 15-6. But Cueto knows all about memories made in France lasting a lifetime. “About a month after Rugby World Cup 2007, I was in Altrincham, filling my car up at a petrol station. A white van drove past, honking the horn. Three lads in there were shouting: ‘Cueto! Cueto! It was a f****** try!’“I have never really been criticised for it, and to this day it gets brought up daily.”Memories made in France can have an incredible legacy. You’ll want to be there when new ones are forged.FIND OUT MOREBook a Match Break and you’ll get:Official Rugby World Cup 2023 match ticketsA minimum of two nights’ accommodation at one of their great-value hotelsEvent pack containing essential RWC 2023 merchandise24-hour representation service!And for a little bit extra, you can:Upgrade your Official Rugby World Cup 2023 match tickets Extend your stay at one of their great-value hotels Enhance your RWC 2023 experience with any club (or match) specific packages/events that become available. They’ll let you know as and when any optional extras are available to book, offering information on how you can add these to your trip. Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Find out more of the details Incredible packages for the upcoming Rugby World Cup are on offer for Home Nations fans. In partnership with Experience Rugby World Cup France 2023 with“Oui!” comes the hearty response from Mark Cueto when asked if he speaks any French, before adding, “Well, I can order a coffee and I can order a beer…”Having made flying visits across the Channel on European duty with Sale Sharks, the 55-cap England wing first played France in their backyard in 2006. A year later, he’d spend the best part of ten weeks there as England went all the way to the Rugby World Cup 2007 final. In that time they went round the compass, playing in Marseille in the South, Nantes in the West and Lens in the North, as well as in the capital.Rugby World Cup returns to France in 2023 and the rugby roadshow will pass through Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Saint-Étienne, Toulouse and, of course, Paris.Matches will take place between 8 September and 28 October, when the final erupts into Paris, and there is scope to squeeze in so many other memorable moments during that time, with leading expert-crafted packages that not only include accommodation and tickets but official RWC 2023 merchandise Brand Ambassador Cueto (above) explains that touring France is exceptional. “I grew to love the place,” he says. “I didn’t enjoy France as a kid. But as you get older, you appreciate different things – culture, architecture, the history and that side of France.“In 2007, France did such a brilliant job hosting Rugby World Cup. I remember getting on the TGV trains – you can get from the North to the South in less than two hours or something ridiculous. The network for fans is one of the reasons France is such a successful place to hold a competition like Rugby World Cup.”Cueto casts his mind back to a time when his nearest and dearest could jet out for England’s pool games and see him in action, explaining that “one of the great things about a Rugby World Cup in France is it’s so accessible”.England fans at Rugby World Cup 2019 (World Rugby/Getty Images)And then, of course, there’s the rugby. “I think there’s a bit more of a tribal vibe with rugby in France. It’s a bit more like the football vibe in England. Fans are very passionate, very loud and the big clubs are located in real rugby regions.“Playing in 2007 was just a massive roller coaster for me,” Cueto adds, recalling his first ever Rugby World Cup, contending with injury for the first time in his career as an unfancied England defied the narrative. By the time they got to the final, “Paris was carnage – but the good kind of carnage.” And of course there’s the try that wasn’t.last_img read more

Quadra House / Celso Laetano Arquitetura

first_img Quadra House / Celso Laetano Arquitetura CopyAbout this officeCelso Laetano ArquiteturaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPiracicabaResidential ArchitectureBrazilPublished on November 08, 2019Cite: “Quadra House / Celso Laetano Arquitetura” [Casa Quadra / Celso Laetano Arquitetura] 08 Nov 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodSiding Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisPatinated Copper: Nordic Green/Blue/Turquoise/SpecialMetal PanelsDri-DesignMetal Panels – CopperIn architectureSikaBuilding Envelope SystemsExterior DeckingLunawoodThermowood DeckingMembranesEffisusFaçade Protection – Breather+Metal PanelsPure + FreeFormCustom Metal Cladding – Legacy Fund 1 BuildingWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Partition Walls – ValchromatDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Vertical Pivot Door | BrezzaSkylightsFAKROEnergy-efficient roof window FTT ThermoToilets / BidetsBritexToilets – Accessible Centurion PanMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Area:  4057 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs Save this picture!© Favaro Jr.+ 37Curated by Matheus Pereira Share ArchDaily CopyHouses•Brazil Architects: Celso Laetano Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture project Photographs:  Favaro Jr.Save this picture!© Favaro Jr.Recommended ProductsDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedText description provided by the architects. The Quadra House with 377m² of area was conceived for a couple without children, obeying a lean program. On the ground floor is the utility room, social and leisure area integrated to the garden in the background of the parcel. The Spa in the garden has a balcony. The kitchen integrated with the barbecue was requested by the couple. In this way the circulation is given smoothly through generous aluminum doors, integrating the spaces.Save this picture!© Favaro Jr.Save this picture!Planta – Pavimento TérreoSave this picture!© Favaro Jr.On the upper floor are the 3 suites. The couple´s suite has a terrace and a bathroom with private garden. Save this picture!© Favaro Jr.Of well-defined volume, the façade stands out due to the absence of openings and the noticeable use of wood in the background of the garage. The aluminum frames in black color match with the gray palette on the floors and walls. The landscape project was developed by architect Maria Paula Orlando.Save this picture!© Favaro Jr.Project gallerySee allShow lessThis Place Office / Olson KundigSelected ProjectsEl Péndulo Library / Aizenman-ArquitecturaSelected Projects Share “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Houses 2017 Quadra House / Celso Laetano ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveQuadra House / Celso Laetano Arquitetura Year:  Brazillast_img read more

Farewell Ben and Jerry

 18 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving. Philanthropic ice-cream makers Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield have sold their company to Unilever. It appears that the deal involves Unilever committing to maintain some of the charitable and social provisions that made Ben & Jerry’s Homemade such an icon in the corporate giving field. For example, they are reported to be committed to continue paying 7.5% of pre-tax profits to the company’s charity, according to The Guardian. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Farewell Ben and Jerry Howard Lake | 12 April 2000 | News read more

4-H Celebration Event Called Major Success

first_img Facebook Twitter SHARE 4-H Celebration Event Called Major Success Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Aug 11, 2014 Home Indiana Agriculture News 4-H Celebration Event Called Major Success Previous articleSome Relief for Indiana CropsNext articleWells County Cattle Girl Nabs Indiana State Fair Showmanship Gary Truitt 4-H Celebration Event Called Major SuccessSteve SimmermanTwo years ago, the State Fair 4-H Sale of Champions was replaced by the Celebration of Champions which honored 4-H champion exhibitors without  an auction of the livestock. Since the Coliseum was undergoing renovation last year, the celebration was held in the Youth Arena. This year, the event moved to the new Coliseum for the first time. Fair Board President Steve Simmerman was pleased with the way things turned out, “We knew the kind of production we wanted to put on, but just could not do it last year. This year we could do the full blown affair since we had the Coliseum.  We really wanted to blow the roof off, and I think we did.”Each exhibitor was presented their banner and check on stage by Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann.  Simmerman said the pomp and pageantry of the event was just what the exhibitors and their families wanted, “I had several families of exhibitors come up to me and say, ‘This is just what we wanted.’” He added, that when the auction format was scrapped, there was concern about what would happen. He said meetings were held around the state to get input and the new format addressed many of the concerns and suggestions expressed at those meetings.Jared Templin, Champion Dairy Steer winner from Kosciusko County said the experience was amazing, “It is an honor to be here, and memories are outstanding. The experience was amazing.” Many of those honored at the Saturday afternoon celebration expressed delight in having the Champion Drive back in the Coliseum.  During the celebration, the Grand and Reserve champion winners got to parade their animals across the Coliseum floor to the applause of the large crowd in attendance. Simmerman said next year they hope to move the celebration event closer to the Grand Drive. SHARElast_img read more

Request For Inspection, Recounting Of Ballot Papers Not To Be Considered Unless Specific Genuine Ground & Valid Reasons Cited: SC

first_imgTop StoriesRequest For Inspection, Recounting Of Ballot Papers Not To Be Considered Unless Specific Genuine Ground & Valid Reasons Cited: SC Mehal Jain1 Feb 2021 8:24 PMShare This – xIn dismissing the pleas of two defeated candidates in the 2015 Panchayat elections in Kerala, the Supreme Court on Monday affirmed that a request for inspection, recounting of ballot papers etc. have to be considered only if it is accompanied with a really genuine ground, supported by valid reasons.The bench headed by Chief Justice S. A. Bobde was hearing two SLPs against the December 14,…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginIn dismissing the pleas of two defeated candidates in the 2015 Panchayat elections in Kerala, the Supreme Court on Monday affirmed that a request for inspection, recounting of ballot papers etc. have to be considered only if it is accompanied with a really genuine ground, supported by valid reasons.The bench headed by Chief Justice S. A. Bobde was hearing two SLPs against the December 14, 2020 orders of the Kerala High Court holding that a mere filing of the application with vague pleadings will not entitle the party to get an order to open the ballet box and to recount the votes casted earlier, and that such a prayer can be granted only if valid reasons are assigned by the party who approach the court with such a request. The bench heard the petitioners before dismissing the 2 SLPsThe two defeated candidates had moved the High Court aggrieved of an order of the court below refusing to summon a technician from the Electronic Corporation of India Limited, Bangalore for examining the ballot box and for giving evidence by opening the same and by taking the print out of its contents.The main grievance projected by the petitioners was that the applications were filed in the year 2018, but the court below after a long delay of two years without going into the merits, dismissed the applications.”A perusal of the order itself would reveal that relying on the dictum laid down in Fulena Singh v. Vijay Kumar Sinha and Ors (AIR 2009 SC 2247), the court below concluded that the petitioner has not made specific averments explaining the mode of tampering of the votes in the ballet box so as to entitle him to call for a technician from the Electronic Corporation of India Limited, Bangalore for examining the ballot box”, the Single Judge of the High Court had noted in the impugned decision. The Single bench appreciated that in the decision cited, the Apex Court has specifically stated that inspection of election papers cannot be opened as a matter of course and inspection of those papers cannot be ordered and that the parties cannot be permitted to inspect the same for the purposes of making a roving enquiry in order to fish out the materials and to derive support to one’s own case. “So inspection, recounting of ballot papers etc. have to be considered only if there is really genuine ground supported by assigning valid reasons for the same. Mere allegations as narrated in the petition (…) are not at all a ground to infer that there was tampering of votes in the electronic voting machine in the election concerned”, held the High Court.Observing that “a defeated candidate cannot grab attention by filing frivolous petitions of this sort”, the High Court had dismissed the pleasClick Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Storylast_img read more

Latest flood update from Donegal County Council

first_img Twitter Previous articleBig Beach Clean Up takes place in Donegal next weekendNext articleBreaking: Support fund established for farmers affected by flooding News Highland Harps come back to win in Waterford Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 Since the severe flooding on the 22nd August, Donegal County Council has been working to have the priority regional routes in Inishowen open as soon as possible and below is an update on the status of these roads.The road at Riverside between Quigleys Point and Carndonagh –  a temporary bailey bridge has been installed and will be open to single lane traffic at 6pm this evening (Wednesday). There is a 20 tonne weight restriction on this road and for this reason it is not suitable for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs).The road at Three Trees between Muff and Quigleys Point will be open to two way traffic on Thursday evening at 6pm.The road at Craignahorna on the Mountain Road between Buncrana and Carndonagh remains closed. It is not feasible to reopen this road in the short term. Local diversions remain in place.Local diversions not suitable for HGV’sLocal diversions for these regional roads are not suitable for Heavy Goods Vehicles and the Council is asking that HGVs use the following:Buncrana to Ballyliffin to Clonmany to Carndonagh route or the Muff to Quigleys Point to Moville to Carndonagh route.A number of rural roads across the peninsula remain closed and are likely to remain closed for a number of weeks. Local diversions are in place. These roads include the following:L-1891-2 – Eskaheen Road to chapelL-1381-2 – Meendacalliagh/Evishbreedy: Illies to GlentoghterL-53912 – AnnaghL-7451-1 – Drumskillen RoadL-7631-3 – Glenbridge RoadL-7641-1 – GortcormacanL-7681-1 – Lowertown Road/GortcormacanL-7761-2 – Knowhead Road/CalfwarnThe Council is continuing to identify and cost design solutions to repair the extensive damage caused to the 1500km road network is Inishowen. To date in excess of 425 issues have been identified. Road users are being asked to continue to exercise extreme care when using these roads.Swan ParkSwan Park remains closed to the public due to extensive damage caused by the recent floods. The park is unsafe and we are advising members of the public not to visit the park. Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp By News Highland – September 6, 2017 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twittercenter_img Google+ Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Latest flood update from Donegal County Council Google+ Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

District of Columbia residents band together to feed hungry during coronavirus

first_imgABC NewsBy BECKY PERLOW, ABC News(WASHINGTON) — The logistics of getting even one can of pinto beans into the hands of a hungry family is no small feat, but an army of volunteers in the nation’s capital is banding together to make it happen.Those beans, and thousands of pounds of other food, often arrive via freight truck to the Capital Area Food Bank, which has seen skyrocketing demand over the last few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.“Nobody likes to ask for help to be able to put food on the table,” Capital Area Food Bank CEO Radha Muthiah told ABC News, standing in the nonprofit’s 100,000-square-foot warehouse in northeast Washington, D.C.“But to put this in perspective, in the month of April, we purchased about 100 truckloads of food. And that is about three times what we purchased in the entire last year,” she continued, as employees zoomed around her moving food pallets on fork lifts.The food bank has also seen a rise in callers to its “Hunger Lifeline,” where people can find out where to get food locally.“People start by almost apologizing, you know, before they find out where they need to go to get food,” said Muthiah. “Often people are saying, ‘I’m sorry I have to call; I’m sorry that I need to avail myself of the food that you’re providing. In fact, in the past, I may have been a donor to you, you know, or I volunteered with you, but I am in need now.’”After the food bank receives pallets of donations, the group divides them up among partners like Martha’s Table, a nonprofit in Washington that is helping to distribute the food directly to the individual. Before COVID-19, the organization was focused on education, creating healthy food options and job opportunities, but has since been forced to focus almost solely on community food needs.Some volunteers, like 25-year-old Ian Yanusko, are taking advantage of their work-from-home schedules to help their neighbors.“When COVID started, The Washington Post had a great article detailing different ways to get involved around the district,” said Yanusko, “and that made me think about the privilege that I have and how I can best use this time when a lot of people are struggling economically.”Jason Tankersley retired just prior to the pandemic and was looking for a way to fill his free time while also giving back.“I’m old enough to remember 9/11, and after 9/11, everything seemed to change,” said Tankersley. “There was a real shift in public opinion, and, you know, the spirit of ‘we’re all in this together.’”Martha’s Table volunteers bring in the beans and other food, dividing it up into individual plastic bags. The bags are then transported back into a van and driven back to northeast D.C. to be handed out to the needy the next day.Sequoya Pollard was a teacher at Martha’s Table before the pandemic hit, but now oversees the distribution of food at the group’s Maycroft location in Columbia Heights.“The one thing that I do like about Martha’s Table is that we help people where they are. A lot of times, people can have a job, go to school, have a career. Unfortunately, rent is so expensive in D.C. The one thing that someone might have to sacrifice is putting food on the table,” said Pollard, as a bag containing the pinto beans is handed to a D.C. resident behind her.“I hope that this whole COVID-19 really opens people’s eyes to see that there are truly people out here who are hungry, who need food, who need help,” she added. “These people are our neighbors, they live right here in the city with us, and they’re struggling.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Learning for life: Musuloskeletal disorders

first_imgLearning for life: Musuloskeletal disordersOn 1 Oct 2001 in Musculoskeletal disorders, Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Life Long Learning and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) are theprocesses by which professionals, such as nurses, develop and improve theirpractice. There are many ways to address CPD: formally, through attending courses,study days and workshops; or informally, through private study and reflection.Reading articles in professional journals is a good way of keeping up-to-datewith what is going on in the field of practice, but reflecting and identifyingwhat you have learnt is not always easy. These questions are designed to helpyou to identify what you have learnt from studying the article. They will alsohelp you to clarify what you can apply to practice, what you did not understandand what you need to explore further. 1. In 1999, 8,500 cases of what were reported? a) Work-related upper limb disorders b) Repetitive strain injuries c) Work-related musculoskeletal disorders d) Work-related manual handling disorders 2. How many days sickness absence in the UK in 1995 were attributable tomusculoskeletal disorders? a) 900 b) 9,000 c) 900,000 d) 9 million 3. The COPE study groups had a sickness absence record that was: a) Normal b) Above average c) Below average d) Well below average 4. The aim of the study was to show that on-site treatment would: a) Reduce days lost and accrue savings b) Encourage staff morale and reduce days off c) Accrue real savings and encourage healthier employees d) Prevent people from going off sick 5. How was the sickness absence budget costed? a) On previous costs b) On national figures c) On DSS figures d) On location costs 6. How was the sickness absence budget calculated? Using a: a) National formula b) Generic formula c) Company formula d) Statistical formula 7. What improved as a knock-on effect of the study? a) Time keeping b) Accident rates c) Staff morale d) Health and safety compliance 8. How long does anecdotal evidence suggest one waits for NHS physiotherapy?a) One week b) One month c) Six weeks d) Six months 9. Decreasing staff turnover has lowered the outlay for: a) Recruitment, training and agency cover b) Recruitment, retirement and agency cover c) Retirement, training and agency cover d) Recruitment, training and retirement 10. Increased morale may be an indicator of a) Decreased workload b) Increased job expectations c) Increased stress d) Decreased stress Feedback1.c) explore the website if you have not come across itbefore. 2. d) Carry out a literature search and update your knowledge onsickness absence. 3. c); 4. a); 5. a); 6. b); 7. c) Improved staffmorale could be due to the “Hawthorne” effect. Revise your knowledgeof Hawthorne’s work (Handy C, 1992, Understanding Organisations 4th ed, PenguinBooks). 8. a); 9. d) Discuss the article and the study with a colleague.Consider how far you would agree the Hawthorne effect was influential on theresults and how this could be overcome in similar studies. last_img read more

The role of Raman spectroscopy as an astrobiological tool in the exploration of Mars

first_imgWe describe how the exploration of the Martian environment would be considerably enhanced through the use of Raman spectroscopy. Furthermore, Raman spectroscopy is particularly suited for both mineralogical analysis of Martian rock and soil and for the detection of fossilised biota from former Martian microorganisms. We outline astrobiologically relevant features of the Martian environment and issues related to the detection of biotic residues. We further discuss the possibility of the emergence of photosynthetic bacteria on early Mars which may have left fossil evidence. We describe how Raman spectroscopy may be deployed for both astrobiological and mineralogical investigation, particularly in search of pigmented biomolecules, and describe the requirements for a spaceflight-qualified version of a Raman spectrometer for deployment on Mars.last_img read more

Georgia’s Corn Crop

first_imgYields similar to previous years’ are expected for this year’s Georgia corn crop. Yields from irrigated acres are expected to be lower than normal, while yields from dryland acres are expected to be better than normal, according to University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agronomists.“Georgia has experienced a relatively rainy growing season with consistent cloud coverage this summer. A reduction in irradiation reaching the crop canopy is going to have a negative impact on yields in irrigated corn,” said Reagan Noland, UGA Extension’s new corn, soybean and small grains agronomist. “However, the greater-than-normal rainfall will benefit dryland corn yields.”Upon his arrival on the UGA Tifton campus on Aug. 1, Noland met with recently retired UGA Extension agronomist Dewey Lee to discuss this year’s corn crop.Corn growers preparing for the upcoming harvest season need to make decisions about their irrigation needs as well as harvest and post-harvest management, including when they will stop irrigating their crop, Noland said.“There is still corn that was planted late or, in northern parts of the state, corn that has not reached physiological maturity (black layer) yet,” Noland said. “Drought stress can reduce yields all the way up to corn maturity, so irrigation can still increase yields if soil water is limited.”Determining the optimum time to stop watering the crop helps growers maximize profit margins, he said.Tracking grain moisture as the corn dries in the field is important in planning the harvest, Noland said. If the corn is left in the field too long, it increases the risk of reduced grain quality and yield loss due to lodging or pests.“Post-harvest management may involve additional drying to ensure the grain is dry enough for storage and may require the use of pesticides in the bin to maintain grain quality,” he said.Noland also recommends that producers consider weed management once their corn is harvested. Growers want to avoid herbicide-resistant weeds that can establish and go to seed.“One strategy is to keep the field covered with a growing crop to suppress weeds. Depending on the timing of the corn harvest, this could be a late-planted soybean, a winter small grain or a cover crop,” he said.For more information on Georgia’s corn crop, go to read more