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will slow down the creation of new jobs and prevent a generation of economic growth. We have to leave it there. Gary, thank you for coming in. Sport. Huddersfield Town have won promotion to the Premier League with a 4-3 victory on penalties over Reading in the Championship play-off final at Wembley
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He is also quick and agile enough to excel in pass coverage and to develop into a potential ball hawk at the collegiate level. Dowell possesses an elite skill set that schools are constantly looking for out of a safety, and he has the potential to be a defense-changing player as he continues to progress. Since his ties to Michigan State run so deeply, Dowell's decision to play for the Spartans didn't come as much of a surprise. Even so, it represents a major coup for MSU as it attempts to return to the elite ranks after a disappointing 2016 campaign. Michigan State went just went just 3-9, but it won at least 11 games in five of the six seasons prior to that. The foundation is in place for the Spartans to be national title contenders again in the near future, and bringing in a do-everything safety like Dowell will help immensely in that regard.
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Dawn at Heathrow, and the sleeping forms of people without a flight, or a bed, thanks to BA's massive computer meltdown.The airline said things were 95% back to normal today. But for some, it was Day 3 without a flight
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Also, the Candalilla 6 exploitation well was spud last week (May 24) and is targeting the Guadalupe formation on a structural high. The well is being directionally drilled from the Candelilla 1 pad. PEN chief executive Barry Larson said: "We are very pleased with the results of our exploration and development program during the year-to-date, and we are looking forward to testing a number of our high impact prospects this year. "The company's exploitation activity has been particularly successful on the Guatiquia Block where both Ardilla-3 and Ceibo have added to the Company's light oil production in Colombia." Shares added 0.65% to stand at C$38.50 a pop.
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According to investigators, the case was opened on the grounds of the fact that the library offered visitors Dmytro Korchynsky's works, which were qualified as extremist materials by a Russian court and banned from use. The number of materials declared extremist and banned in Russia, which, according to investigators, Sharina distributed, later increased to almost 20. On April 5, 2016, Sharina was charged on another count, embezzlement in an especially large amount. According to investigators, Sharina spent funds intended for salaries of the library's lawyers on her defense in the first criminal case of extremism, which was subsequently closed, in 2011-2013. Another charge of embezzlement, this time in a large amount, was later brought against her. Investigators believe that Sharina in violation of law organized obtainment of payment orders from a settlement account of the Department of Finance for Moscow to a settlement account of the Moscow City Bar Association in the total amount of 297,000 rubles and embezzled 3.
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faced another long wait at Heathrow. BA says 95% of flights are operating and by the end of the day, 2/3 of the 75,000 passengers affected will have reached their destination. That is no consolation for people like Maureen,.
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Oh, and he has a 9'6" reach and 7'7" wingspan. This isn't all about simple measurements, especially when Jeanne seems to come in a bit lighter than some might prefer, but if he can keep filling out his frame, he'll eventually be a starter at the pro level. But with Jeanne it's not so much the size as it is the skill set he pairs with it. The French star can shoot with great range, as Applebome 's colleague, Jonathan Givony , pointed out: "His skill-set is extremely unique for a 7-footer, as he handles the ball impressively in both the half-court and full-court, and has range out to the 3-point line, even shockingly being capable of making pull-up jumpers off isolation plays. Defensively, he moves his feet well and has obvious potential with his combination of mobility, size and length, even if he's far from being a polished player here." Jeanne probably doesn't represent the next evolution of the pro game, but what he brings to the table sure doesn't hurt considering the premium placed on spacing and shooting right now.
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So no, this postseason hasn't been pretty. But has it really been more unwatchable than any bracket in recent memory? Yes and no. Teams are winning games by an average of 13.5 points thus far. That's the second-highest margin since the league changed the first round to best-of-seven sets in 2003, but it's also lower than last year's mark of 14.5. Look only at the conference finals, and it's the same story. Boston, Cleveland and Golden State outscored the other side by roughly 19.4 points per 100 possessions during victories. While that's again the second-highest rate since 2003, it's lower than last year's combined average of 19.9. Isolate just the conference champions, in this case the Cavaliers and Warriors, and nothing changes. Their net rating in wins during Round 3 fell short of last season'sand it wasn't that far away from the 2014 results: Blowouts are not the issueat least not a new one.
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"The top five percent (of cities per population) could see increases in temperatures of about 8 C and larger," study co-author Francisco Estrada of the Institute for Environmental Studies in the Netherlands told AFP. Estrada and a team used different projections of average planetary warming, combined with the UHI effect and potential harms, to estimate the future costs of warming on cities. The median city, right in the middle of the range, stands to lose between 1.4 and 1.7 percent of GDP per year by 2050 and between 2.3 and 5.6 percent by 2100, they concluded. "For the worst-off city, losses could reach up to 10.9 percent of GDP by 2100," wrote the team. UHI "significantly" increases city temperatures and economic losses from global warming, they added. This meant that local actions to reduce UHI -- such as planting more trees or cooling roofs and pavements, can make a big difference in limiting warming and minimising costs.
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