Industrial gas safety in the Middle East

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new minor league?

first_img Sports Logo News Link to post Forums Home Banned 0 SportsLogos.Net Followers 0 garygorilla 114 posts By garygorilla, August 16, 2006 in Sports Logo News 0 Sign in to follow this   new minor league? Followers 0 Sign in to follow this   0 All Activity Forums Home center_img Share this post i’m new to this site. always loved sports logos. i live in albany, georgia. i’ve been reading about a new minor league starting next spring, the southcoast league. anybody on this board here anything about this? i heard it’s a go. i hope they have some good logos. All Activity SportsLogos.Net new minor league? Sports Logos garygorilla Recommended Posts Sports Logo News Go To Topic Listing new minor league? Posted August 16, 2006 Sports Logos Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. 0last_img read more

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Jamaica advises women to delay pregnancy due to Zika virus

first_imgThe Jamaica government Monday urged woman  to delay getting pregnant for at least the next six to 12 months given the possible link between the mosquito-borne Zika virus and birth defects.The Ministry of Health said women who were already pregnant should take extra precaution to prevent being bitten by mosquitoes as Zika could cause microcephaly, a rare neurological condition in which an infant’s head is significantly smaller than the heads of other children of the same age and sex.The statement by the Ministry of Health followed complaints here as to the delay by the authorities in warning women against pregnancy as has been done in other countries like Brazil where the virus had been detected.Health Minister, Horace Dalley said there is still no absolute proof of the link between the Zika virus and microcephaly.He said based on evidence from Brazil, information from the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) and other technical partners, the Ministry of Health is seeking to prevent any possible adverse outcome to pregnant women.Dalley said the health officials have heightened their alert and are scaling up vector control activities while reminding persons to take the necessary steps to rid their communities of  the aedes aegypti mosquito which transmits the Zika virus.last_img read more

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Red-hot Ice battle Blazers

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsLuke Bertolucci, who will represent B.C. at the Canada Games next month in Halifax, leads the Kootenay Ice back into action as the B.C. Major Midget Hockey League resumes play following the Christmas break.Bertolucci and the rest of the Ice play host to the Thompson Blazers Saturday and Sunday at the NDCC Arena.The Ice has been on fire of late, undefeated in four games.Leading the Ice is Nelson’s Dryden Hunt and Bertolucci. Hunt leads Kootenay in scoring with nine goals and 19 assists.Bertolucci, scoring for Team B.C. during an exhibition game during the holiday break, is right behind with 10 goals and 17 assists.Kootenay currently sits in tenth spot in the 11-team league with 5-13-6 record, but is only eight points out of six spot.The teams open the two-game set Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The series concludes Sunday beginning at 11:15 [email protected]last_img read more

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2018 Feile Fixtures

first_imgFinal________v________15-Apr1.00pmKenny ParkBrian Keown 3CraughwellvCastlegar14-Apr11.00amCraughwellGordon Duane 2Meelick EyrecourtvAhascragh Fohenagh13-Apr6.30pmClonfertDara Kelly Final________v________15-Apr12.00pmKenny ParkNoel Quinn 1. Kilnadeema Leitrim1Kilnadeema LeitrimvKillimordaly11-Apr6.30pmKilnadeemaPeter Murphy 2Mountbellew MoyloughvKinvara13-Apr6.30pmMountbellewJohn Cahill Round 4.Tynagh/Abbey/DuniryRound DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee 2AbbeyknockmoyvMícheál Breathnach13-Apr6.30pmAbbeyknockmoyTom Lally Round 2KillimordalyvArdrahan13-Apr6.30pmKillimordalyJohn Cahill DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee 3KilconeironvMullagh/Kiltormer14-Apr11.00amKilconeironJames Lundon 1. Sylane1SylanevTurloughmore11-Apr6.30pmSylaneDavid Staunton 3Mountbellew MoyloughvMeelick Eyrecourt14-Apr12.00pmKinvaraKarol Collins Group B – Coordinator: T LarkinRound 5Padraig PearsesvBallygar14-Apr1.50pmBallymacwardD. Moloney DateTimeVenueReferee Group C – Coordinator: M KellyRound Round 2Tommy LarkinsvSarsfields13-Apr6.30pmWoodfordDavid Cunningham Group ARound 3Kilnadeema LeitrimvArdrahan14-Apr11.00amKilnadeemaLiam Gordon 4SkehanavBallygar14-Apr12.30pmBallymacwardJohn Donovan DateTimeVenueReferee Round 4. Oranmore MareeRound Group A – Coordinator: J BurkeRound DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee 3 LoughreavTurloughmore14-Apr12.00pmSylaneSean Byrne 2Oranmore MareevBallinasloe13-Apr6.30pmOranmorePat Brennan DateTimeVenueReferee 2. Turloughmore1Michael Cusacksv Loughrea11-Apr6.30pmKilbeacantyNoel Quinn Round DateTimeVenueReferee TODDIE BYRNE CUP 2. Tuam1AnnaghdownvAbbeyknockmoy11-Apr6.30pmCreggStephen Doyle Group D – Coordinator: M DonoghueRound 2. Moycullen1Mullagh/KiltormervSt Thomas11-Apr6.30pmMullaghShane Curley 2AthenryvCraughwell13-Apr6.30pmAthenryKevin Egan 3Mícheál BreathnachvAnnaghdown14-Apr12.10pmIndreabhánDavid Earls 3CarnmorevBallindereen14-Apr11.00amCarnmorePaul Fahy DateTimeVenueReferee 4. LoughreaRound DateTimeVenueReferee 3. Ahascragh Fohenagh DateTimeVenueReferee 3Tynagh/Abbey/DuniryvKillimordaly14-Apr12.00pmKilnadeemaLiam Gordon Semi Final_______AvD_______14-Apr6.30pmKenny ParkDerek Kelly 3KinvaravAhascragh Fohenagh14-Apr11.00amKinvaraKarol Collins 1. Carnmore1CarnmorevCappataggle11-Apr6.30pmCarnmoreMike Tarpey 3Cois FharraigevLiam Mellows14-Apr11.00amAn SpidéalJohn Keane DateTimeVenueReferee TODDIE BYRNE CUP (Team 1 “HOST” team on Saturday 14th April 2018) 2. Meelick Eyrecourt1Ahascragh FohenaghvMountbellew Moylough11-Apr6.30pmAhascraghVincent Burke 3BallinasloevSarsfields14-Apr11.00amBallinasloeTrevor Lohan DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee 2SkehanavKillimor13-Apr6.30pmKillimorJ. Rosney Semi Final_______CvB_______14-Apr5.30pmKenny ParkShane Hynes 3. Liam Mellows TODDIE BYRNE CUP Round 5. KillimorRound Round DateTimeVenueReferee 5KillimorvPortumna14-Apr1.10pmBallymacwardVincent Earls 3AthenryvClarinbridge14-Apr12.00pmCraughwellGordon Duane 2. Tommy Larkins1SarsfieldsvOranmore Maree11-Apr6.30pmNew InnGerry Hurley DateTimeVenueReferee 4. Rahoon NewcastleRound DateTimeVenueReferee Group B – Coordinator: D EarlsRound 4PortumnaBye 2ClarinbridgevCastlegar12-Apr6.30pmClarinbridgeJohn Mcdonagh DateTimeVenueReferee Group B – Coordinator: P. KellyRound 2GortvCois Fharraige13-Apr6.30pmGortPascal Sheehancenter_img 2CappatagglevBallindereen13-Apr6.30pmCappataggleSeamus Canning 3KillimorBye 3St ThomasvMoycullen14-Apr12.00pmKilconeironJames Lundon 2TurloughmorevMichael Cusacks13-Apr6.30pmLackaghR. Mc Nicholas 4. GortRound 2 LoughreavSylane13-Apr6.30pm LoughreaChristy Brown Round 4. St ThomasRound 3AbbeyknockmoyvTuam14-Apr1.00pmIndreabhánDavid Earls DateTimeVenueReferee 3. Annaghdown 1. Padraig Pearses1PortumnavSkehana11-Apr6.30pmSkehanaMichael Malone Group D. T Lambert & M. BrennanRound DateTimeVenueReferee 1. Cois Fharraige1Cois FharraigevSalthill Knocknacarra11-Apr6.30pmAn SpidéalRonan McNulty 5SkehanaBye DateTimeVenueReferee Round 2TuamvAnnaghdown13-Apr6.30pmTuamJames Hoade 3. Ardrahan 3. Ballindereen DateTimeVenueReferee 4. Mountbellew MoyloughRound 2Salthill KnocknacarravLiam Mellows13-Apr6.30pmThe PrairieAlan Kelly 3. Mullagh/Kiltormer DateTimeVenueReferee 3. AthenryRound DateTimeVenueReferee 4KillimorvPadraig Pearses14-Apr11.50amBallymacwardVincent Earls 2. Portumna1BallygarvKillimor11-Apr6.30pmBallygarCharlie Warde Group A – Coordinator: K EganRound 4. Skehana 2. Salthill Knocknacarra1Liam MellowsvGort11-Apr6.30pmBallyloughaneMichael Connolly DateTimeVenueReferee 1. Kinvara1KinvaravMeelick Eyrecourt11-Apr6.30pmKinvaraFergal Bermingham print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 2Padraig PearsesvPortumna13-Apr6.30pmPortumnaMichael Kelly Semi Final_______AvC_______14-Apr6.30pmCraughwellSeamus Golderick DateTimeVenueReferee JUSTIN CHEEVERS CUP (Team 1 “HOST” team on Saturday 14th April 2018) 3Padraig PearsesvSkehana14-Apr11.10amBallymacwardD. Moloney 2Tynagh/Abbey/DuniryvKilnadeema Leitrim13-Apr6.30pmTynaghJoe Larkin Round 4. AbbeyknockmoyRound 2BallygarBye 3Rahoon NewcastlevCappataggle14-Apr12.00pmCarnmorePaul Fahy 3GortvSalthill Knocknacarra14-Apr12.00pmAn SpidéalJohn Keane Cordinator P. Lohan 086 1737467 2St ThomasvKilconeiron13-Apr6.30pmCastledalyDavid Corbett Final________v________15-Apr2.00pmKenny ParkJohn McDonagh Round TODDIE BYRNE SHIELD 1. Ballinasloe1BallinasloevTommy Larkins11-Apr6.30pmBallinasloePeter Cambell 1. Kilconeiron1KilconeironvMoycullen11-Apr6.30pmKilconeironKevin Quirke 1. Mícheál Breathnach1Mícheál BreathnachvTuam11-Apr6.30pmIndreabhánDavid Earls Group C – Coordinator: J Mc DonaghRound 3SylanevMichael Cusacks14-Apr11.00amSylaneSean Byrne DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee 3Oranmore MareevTommy Larkins14-Apr12.00pmBallinasloeTrevor Lohan 3. Ballygar1Padraig PearsesBye Round DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee DateTimeVenueReferee TODDIE BYRNE SHIELD (Team 1 “HOST” team on Saturday 14th April 2018) 2. Cappataggle1BallindereenvRahoon Newcastle11-Apr6.30pmBallindereenTom Mc Nicholas DateTimeVenueReferee 3. Michael Cusacks JUSTIN CHEEVERS CUP 2. Clarinbridge1CastlegarvAthenry11-Apr6.30pmCastlegarTom Lally 3. Castlegar Semi Final_______BvD_______14-Apr5.30pmCraughwellRonan Stankard 2Rahoon NewcastlevCarnmore13-Apr6.30pmTonabruckyKatie Kilbane. 2. Killimordaly1ArdrahanvTynagh/Abbey/Duniry11-Apr6.30pmArdrahanGer o Connor JUSTIN CHEEVERS CUP 2MoycullenvMullagh/Kiltormer13-Apr6.30pmMoycullenJoeseph Mc Namara 3. Sarsfields 1. Craughwell1CraughwellvClarinbridge11-Apr6.30pmCraughwellOllie Flanagan 3PortumnavBallygar14-Apr10.30amBallymacwardJohn Donovanlast_img read more

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St Thomas’ v Liam Mellows – Galway SHC Final COMMENTARY

first_imgAudio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/ujdzsv/2018_County_SHC_Final.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Listen back to the Galway Bay fm commentary of the 2018 County Senior Hurling Final between St Thomas and Liam Mellows in Pearse Stadium, with Sean Walsh and Conor Hayes…last_img

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Excise Officers Arrest Police Impersonator

first_imgA few minutes before noon, excise officers arrested Thompson at his place of employment. At the same time, other excise officers served a search warrant at his residence. Officers recovered several undisclosed items at his residence and from his Ford truck.The Lowell Police Department assisted excise officers during their investigation.Excise officers always carry a department-issued badge, along with their credentials, which have the officer’s name, badge number and photograph. Excise officers work either in plain clothes or uniform, depending on the nature of their assignments during a particular shift. Anyone concerned about whether someone is a police officer can request to see the officer’s badge and credentials, or contact local law enforcement.Today’s arrest follows another case in March 2013, when excise officers arrested a Muncie man for impersonating a police officer outside a bar.“Impersonating a police officer is an intolerable offense for which we will have zero tolerance,” Superintendent Matt Strittmatter said. “Such behavior is not only dangerous to the perpetrator, but can put other citizens at risk.”As the enforcement division of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, the primary mission of the Indiana State Excise Police is to promote public safety by enforcing Indiana’s Alcoholic Beverage Code. While excise officers have the authority to enforce any state law, they focus primarily on alcohol, tobacco and related laws.All criminal defendants are to be presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. Indiana State Excise Police officers arrested a Lowell man earlier today after an investigation into police impersonation at a local bar.Excise officers arrested Ray K. Thompson, 51, of Lowell, Ind., on a felony warrant charging him with impersonating a police officer after he went to Cliffhangers Bar, 151 Deanna Drive, on Dec. 8 and told the bartender and a patron that he was an excise officer. The bar’s owner became suspicious when she learned that Thompson had told the bartender that he was recording their conversation and then proceeded to ask questions about the bar’s camera system and security on the weekends.last_img read more

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Web Accessibility: How Can You Get Started? [Video]

first_imgWeb accessibility. Lots of people are talking about it. But what is it? And how do you get started? In her Web Accessibility: Where Do You Start? talk at WordCamp Brighton 2017, Rian Rietveld explained that web accessibility is a team effort. It’s not something only one person does; it’s your entire team. And that means the first person to get on board is your client. They have to sign on. After they agree, your project manager gets involved to ensure the right people are on the team, including the:Information architectDesignerDeveloperContent managerThey all have a role to play and contributions to make in creating an accessible website. What You Will LearnIn her 37-minute video, Rietveld explains how to look at your website project differently when it comes to accessibility. What you can do, and what to avoid as your team works toward creating an accessible website. On color contrast, Rietveld says:Dear designers,Put your ego away. And look at your user. If your design is really beautiful to see, but your user cannot read it, it’s useless.You’ll find takeaways for every person on your team. And reminders to change your point of view. Don’t create a website for yourself. Create a website for your user.In addition, she shares helpful code examples and resources to help you along the way. And discusses which organizations have done a good job in creating accessible websites (BBC Sports). And which ones have room for improvement (Donald Trump campaign site). SummaryIf you’ve been wanting to get started with web accessibility, this video will lay down a good foundation for you, with lots of resource which will help you learn more. I captioned the video for Rietveld earlier this year. And kept meaning to share it on my blog. Here it is, I hope you enjoy it! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedTakeaways from the WP Bacon “A More Accessible WordPress Panel Discussion”At yesterday’s WPBacon A More Accessible WordPress panel discussion, hosts Robert Neu and Ozzy Rodriguez invited several WordPress accessibility advocates to discuss accessible websites and the current status of accessibility in WordPress. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to watch the live talk. However, thanks to WPBacon posting their video online, I…In “Accessibility”Free Online Course: Introduction to Web Accessibility Starts January 2020If one of your goals in 2020 is to learn about web accessibility, or to expand your current knowledge, you’ll want to take a look at a new free online web accessibility course that launches in January 2020. A partnership between the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and UNESCO Institute…In “Accessibility”October 5, 2018 Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn why every designer should have a foundation in psychology, find out the tentative schedule for WordPress 5.0, discover how to improve color accessibility on your website/apps, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a…In “Web design & development links”last_img read more

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UK rider victorious in Tour of SA

first_img28 February 2011Kristian House, the 2009 British road race champion, was crowned the 2011 Tour of South Africa winner after the completion of the seventh and final stage in Paarl on the weekend.It was just reward for House and Team Rapha Condor Sharp, which protected him well after he scored a decisive victory on the very first stage of the Tour.Rapha Condor Sharp team manager John Herety commented on the team’s website: “Even though we knew it would be a big call to defend a lead over six stages (two of which were very mountainous), we knew that Kristian was in fantastic form, and this was the perfect opportunity to prove that the team could dictate a race at this high international standard.”Victory was sweet for House, who praised his team for helping him to top the general classification.‘It turned out perfectly for us’“I can’t thank the guys enough for this week.” he said. “We took on some big teams here, as well as some really motivated locals who knew these roads much better than we did, and we had quite a fight on our hands, right to the last, but it turned out perfectly for us.”House’s win on the 167-kilometre first stage, on Saturday, 19 February, raced between Pretoria and Johannesburg, was the decisive result of the race.After numerous early escape attempts had been snuffed out, House and Czech rider Martin Blaha managed to escape the peleton at about the halfway mark. They opened up a nice gap until, with about 50 kilometres to go, House realised that Blaha was struggling to keep pace up a long, rising incline. He pulled clear and set out on a solo ride for victory.Sizeable winThe peleton reacted too late to House’s decisive move and failed to challenge him as he went on to a sizeable win by two minutes and 22 seconds. DCM’s Herman Fouche was second in a sprint for the line, with Milan Kadlec of the Czech Republic taking third spot.Apart from House’s impressive victory, the big news of the first day was the loss of pre-race favourite Anthony Charteau. The Tour de France King of the Mountains’ winner took a spill and suffered a broken collarbone, which ended his challenge almost immediately after it had begun.Stage two of the race, starting and ending at Montecasino in Johannesburg and passing through Soweto, proved to be its low point.Nearing the finish, in Sandton, the organisers were forced to end the racing when too many vehicles got onto the route and there not enough traffic police to deal with them. A gentle finish by the peleton, after the race commission decided to neutralise the stage, left fans at the finish scratching their heads, unaware of what had transpired a little earlier.The coastThe Tour moved to the coast for stage three, with support crew having to undertake a long drive to Port Elizabeth. It also meant a break from racing on the Monday.With Port Elizabeth living up to its mickname, “The Windy City”, Tuesday’s 177-kilometre stage started at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium and finished at Summer Strand, taking in Colchester, Ncanaha, and Addo en route.It came down to a sprint finish, with Europcar’s Yohann Gene taking the honours ahead of Team Bonitas’ Johann Rabie and Gregory Habeaux of Team Willems Accent.It was a welcome result for Europcar; after they lost Anthony Charteau on the first stage, they had changed their focus from winning the overall title to looking for stage victories.Race leader House didn’t concede any time to the podium finishers, crossing the line in the same time, in fifth place.Scenic beautyStage four covered 153 kilometres of scenic beauty, from the Bloukrans Bridge to George, taking in Wliderness, Sedgefiled, Knysna, and Plettenberg Bay along the way.There were four climbs on the day and the first one immediately put a quarter of the peleton out of contention for the stage win. Rapha Condor Sharp, however, worked hard to look after race leader House.Jay Thomson of Team 360 Life managed the sole break of the day, building up a lead of two-and-a-half minutes, but he was reeled in by the peleton which was not going to make the same kind of error it did on the first day when House was able to build up a lead of as much as six minutes.The final climb of the day proved decisive. House sprung a surprise by trying to make a break for it with seven kilometres to go, but he was never going to be allowed to get away.With five kilometres, Davide Torosantucci of D’angelo & Antenucci-Nippo made a bid for glory. It worked and he went on to victory by 18 seconds over Kevin Reza of Europcar and DCM’s Darren Lill.Two in a rowD’angelo & Antenucci-Nippo snatched a second win in succession on stage five, covering 175 kilometres from Oudtshoorn to Barrydale, via Ladismith and Calitzdorp.It came down to a sprint finish and Bernardo Riccio took the honours ahead of MTN-Qhubeka’s Daryl Impey and Christoff van Heerden. House, meanwhile, maintained his lead of two minutes and 22 seconds.However, Friday’s second last stage of 140 kilometres, from Hermanus to Old Helshoogte, which featured a formidable climb, meant that nothing was yet sealed for the Briton.Local victoryDCM’s Darren Lill, the South African road race champion, finally brought the local lads a much sought after victory when, at the end of stage six, he put the hammer down up Helshoogte and no one could hang with him.House stayed in the chasing group and finished safely, leaving him poised for the overall victory in Saturday’s 104-kilometre stage, consisting of 10 laps, starting and finishing in Paarl.There was no drama on the final day and the Briton claimed a convincing win. Johann Rabie of Team Bonitas finished second, two minutes and nine seconds off the pace, with MTN Qhubeka’s Daryl Impey in third, a further two seconds adrift.Bernardo Riccio of D’angelo & Antenucci-Nippo claimed his second victory of the Tour ahead of Team Type 1’s Martijn Verschoor and Europcar’s Yohann Gene.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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