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Cup for the first time since 1976 when this man was in charge. Probably the biggest advantage I have, I think, is that I'm allowed to manage, and I think that goes a long, long way.
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But the concern rests with the officers in charge. I'm glad that the enquiry has made progress. I'm concerned about the fact that many senior officers didn't have the relevant training for the positions they held.
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Finally, the most northern part of the country, or Zone Finnmark, includes everything between Tromsø and Kirkenes, including Sørkjosen, Alta and Vardø. Here's how the pricing breaks down for each of the passes: To make sure you're getting the best deal, it might make sense to play around with some currency conversions and book your pass in Norwegian Krone . For example, the Whole of Norway pass costs $560 when booked in USD, but based on current conversion rates, booking in Norwegian Krone, you'll pay about $543. Either way, make sure you book with a card that doesn't charge foreign transaction fees, such as the Amex Platinum Card — plus, you'll earn 5x points on your purchase. If you choose to buy one of the Explore Norway tickets, you can't fly more than four times between the same city pairs — for example, between Oslo (OSL) and Bergen (BGO).
Politico
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President-elect Donald Trump is considering tapping Sean Reyes, the attorney general of Utah, as the next chairman of the FTC, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter. If selected, it would put Reyes, 45, — a rising Republican star — in charge of a Washington agency that has a role in reviewing major mergers and scrutinizing tech giants like Facebook and Google for their privacy and antitrust practices. It could spell a new headache for Google, in particular, as Reyes joined other state attorneys general last year in asking the FTC to consider re-opening its antitrust probe of the search giant. A spokesman for Reyes declined to comment. A spokesperson for the Trump transition didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. As attorney general, Reyes frequently joined with his Republican colleagues in suing the Obama administration in a variety of areas — from its use of federal lands to its position on transgender rights.
BBC One East Midlands
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Well, I'm fed up of the European market. The Government are in Brussels or wherever they are. They say we've got to do this, we've got to do that. We should be in charge of our own money, we should be in charge of our own Borders. Too much immigration, uncontrolled.
Politico
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Their own mind, the Government was unaware of this Japanese interest before it awarded the franchise, but bearing mind Abellio is still in charge. It still owns 60% of the company and is still in charge of the operations of the company. All terms and conditions of this new franchise will conditions of this new franchise contacted her local council about the dangerous state of the cliffs at Thorpe Ness two days before a man was killed.
BBC One East Midlands
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" City commentators say investors will be shocked by the scale of the bribery and corruption. Pre-tax profits are forecast to halve when they're reported next month, and it's thought Rolls Royce's reputation will have taken quite a hit. The man in charge of the investigation with David Green, the director of the Serious Fraud Office.
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Their thoughts summed up in these posts. Police are still appealing for witnesses in the town to help them if they have any information at all about White might have happened -- about what might have happened. As to the 18-year-old man, there are a few hours left before police either have two charge or apply to hold him longer or release him.
Washington Free Beacon
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The daughter of Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) was paid nearly $70,000 by her mother's campaign during the 2016 election cycle. Karen Waters has been on the payroll of her mother's campaign committee, Citizens for Waters, since 2006. She has pulled in more than $600,000 for her services since that time. Karen is in charge of endorsement mailers, known as slate mailers, for her mother's campaign. The slate mailer operation has generated hundreds of thousands of dollars for Waters' federal campaign committee in recent years. In order to appear on a Waters' slate mailer, candidates for political office must pay Citizens for Waters from their own political committees. If a candidate does not directly pay Waters' campaign committee, they must credit their own campaigns with in-kind contributions from Waters. The mailers are sent to almost 200,000 constituents in the South Central Los Angeles area, where Waters holds considerable sway.
Politico
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Max Keizer
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Why else drum up the hysterical, absurd narrative that Russia is responsible for Trump's election? The entire media blitz was a transparent attempt to discredit the results of American democracy because the Insider unexpectedly lost. Now the Establishmentfrom academia to the C.I.A.is in full-blown panic, because all their precious skims and scams are for the first time in decades, at risk of being throttled or reduced. Trump isn't just a lightning rod for delusional Progressives who were happy to see their real-world fortunes erode away as long as the Insiders in charge kept muttering the desired symbolic speech acts; he is also a lightning rod for Insiders fearful that their Insider apple cart is about to be upended, and they might actually have to work for a living, or actually compete in the real worldsomething they know they are ill-prepared to survive.
IBTimes
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest are on the hunt for a new manager once again but how do the contenders compare to their predecessors?Whoever takes charge will become the eighth permanent Forest boss of the Al Hasawi era.Given that that era started less than five years ago it's no surprise that the average Forest manager in that time has lasted just 176 days in the role.Manager | Days in chargeSteve Cotterill | 2Alex McLeish | 40Sean O'Driscoll | 160Philippe Montanier | 210Stuart Pearce | 215Dougie Freedman |...
Washingtons Blog
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Why else drum up the hysterical, absurd narrative that Russia is responsible for Trump's election? The entire media blitz was a transparent attempt to discredit the results of American democracy because the Insider unexpectedly lost. Now the Establishmentfrom academia to the C.I.A.is in full-blown panic, because all their precious skims and scams are for the first time in decades, at risk of being throttled or reduced. Trump isn't just a lightning rod for delusional Progressives who were happy to see their real-world fortunes erode away as long as the Insiders in charge kept muttering the desired symbolic speech acts; he is also a lightning rod for Insiders fearful that their Insider apple cart is about to be upended, and they might actually have to work for a living, or actually compete in the real worldsomething they know they are ill-prepared to survive.
Hackaday
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The quartz crystal was waiting to swoop in and save us this effort. Good Vibrations Equivalent circuit of a quartz crystal. Wolfmankurd [PD} via Wikimedia Commons . The solution to the problem of tuned circuit frequency stability was to use a quartz crystal, a resonant element whose physical properties are significantly less susceptible than inductors or capacitors to external factors such as temperature. Quartz crystals are piezoelectric, which is to say that when you deform them they develop an electrical charge, and when an electrical charge is applied to them they in turn deform. You can thus electrically set up a physical vibration in a carefully cut quartz crystal. Just as tuning forks, gongs, and other elastic solids can show physical resonance, the crystal can be used as an electrical resonator. A quartz crystal's electrical equivalent model is that of a series tuned circuit in parallel with a capacitor, giving it some of the properties of both a parallel and a series tuned circuit.
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Derby Telegraph
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A 31-year-old man has denied killing his uncle at a New Year's Eve party in Derby.Scott Benjamin, of Cowsley Road, Chaddesden, pleaded not guilty to manslaughter when he appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday, January 17.Mr Roe died following an alleged assault at a property in Victory Road, Allenton, built on the land where six children lost their lives in a house fire in May 2012. The charge was read to Benjamin, who was dressed in blue jeans and a grey coat, by the legal clerk in the...
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