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The Virgin Money London Marathon has been a learning experience [GETTY] Since the age of eight I’ve been a keen sportsman having played football and basketball competitively throughout school, college and university as well as excelling at track and field events. As I got older I continued playing team sports but also focused on solo endeavours such as boxing and mixed martial arts always wanting to be as good as I could be. Then, at the age of 32, Lucozade Sport (the guys who ...
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Bleacher Report
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Best Drafts Cleveland Browns The Browns didn't panic. It feels almost strange praising Cleveland for the second straight year, yet here we are with general manager Sashi Brown pulling off two straight level-headed weekendseven when it seemed like he was about to Browns it up. Rumors were rampant before Thursday night that the Browns would pass on Myles Garrett and take Mitchell Trubisky with the top overall selection. They didn't. Garrett has been the obvious pick for months, and Brown wisely eschewed the draft's top quarterback in favor of its best player. Cleveland continued its Sam Hinkie -esque compiling of picks at No. 12, trading back so the Houston Texans could draft Deshaun Watson. Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers became the next Browns pick at No. 25, and then they leveraged their war chest of picks to move up to No. 29 to take Miami tight end David Njoku .
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2016 Non-Playoff Team That Will Make Playoffs in 2017: Tampa Bay Buccaneers The needle was already trending in the right direction for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after going 9-7 in 2016, but their offseason moves have made this team one to watch closely next season. Even if the Buccaneers did nothing in the draft, signing wide receiver DeSean Jackson to play opposite Mike Evans was going to help quarterback Jameis Winston take the next step in his development. Fortunately, the Buccaneers did make picks in the draft. And they continued to add talent around Winston to fully maximize the potential of their young signal-caller. Getting tight end O.J. Howard with the No. 19 pick, while not even having to move up, seemed like a gift from the football gods. Cameron DaSilva of Fox Sports went so far as to call Howard the steal of the draft for the Buccaneers: "By inserting Howard as a dynamic tight end who can play anywhere on the field, the Buccaneers have the potential to put up huge numbers offensively.
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begins to continued to rack up these losses, he has to do what he can to keep the base of support that he has. Donald Trump is only pulling around 40% some even right now he doesn't.
Nottingham Evening Post
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If you travelled into town yesterday, you might have got stuck in some pretty long traffic jams. The closure of Wollaton Street led to some very long delays around Derby Road, Canning Circus, Ilkeston Road and Alfreton Road. Congestion continued well into the evening, meaning those heading into town for the night faced a miserable journey. And the bad news is, it's all happening again today, too... Wollaton Street remains closed for building-related works today (Sunday, April 30) and is...
BBC News 24
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Good to have you with us on BBC News this afternoon. At that rally, Donald Trump continued to attack the media as out of touch and purveyors of fake.
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Collective Evolution
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I was one of those kids who did what I was told, when I was told to do it: Rules were meant to be followed. Then puberty hit. I still turned in my assignments at school, but I started intellectually challenging my teachers. I wore a big metalREBELbelt buckle in my purple 501s, utilized the local tattoo studio, dated a man twice my age, and spent two summers in German language schools where I learned the art of tying sheets and climbing out windows! At 18 I moved from London to Boston: Ahh… the taste of freedom. Eating and sleeping whenever I wanted. Back in London, I continued to follow my own rhythms, completing an undergraduate degree in psychology, a PhD in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, marrying, and then immigrating to the USA at twenty-five. Academia is a good profession for someone who values freedom — both time and intellectual freedom.
Voice Of America
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats have opened a seven-point lead over the center-left Social Democrats five months ahead of the Sept. 24 election, according to a poll on Sunday in the Bild am Sonntag newspaper. The Emnid institute survey found the Christian Democrats and their Christian Social Union allies winning 36 percent of the vote if the election were held on Sunday, unchanged from a similar Emnid poll for Bild am Sonntag taken a week ago. But the Social Democrats (SPD), led by their chancellor candidate Martin Schulz, continued to slide and lost two percentage points in the week to 29 percent. The CDU/CSU long held a comfortable lead in polls until Schulz was nominated in early 2017 and lifted the SPD to the same levels as the CDU/CSU. The latest poll, taken just one week before an important state election in Schleswig-Holstein, also showed the CDU/CSU's preferred coalition partner, the Free Democrats (FDP), rising one point to 6 percent in the last week.
The Iran Project
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In the meantime with the emergence of colonialism and heightening of tensions in the area, the political and social discourses continue their ways and colonial powers start using fake names to preserve and promote their interests and the story is still going on, he says. However, the social aspect of the Persian Gulf’s name has been preserved and lives on. And definitely what has been continued throughout the history is nothing but the social components not the political systems, he added. Before proposing the fake names for the Persian Gulf in the present era which is a colonial plot to create conflicts in the region, historical sources and the inhabitants of this area have used the name Persian Gulf, says Abbas Rezaei a researcher on the Persian Gulf region. From the Greek and Roman terms such as ‘Sinus Persicus’, ‘Mare Persicum’ to terms used in geographical and historical texts, including ‘al-Bahr al-Farsi’ and ‘al-Khalij al-Farsi’, they all indicate the dominance of Iran over this area throughout the history, says Rezaei.
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coverage of VAT on 5 live sport. On BBC Two at the BBC sport website we continued talking about Everton against Chelsea. Starting with Everton, mainly because you are in the studio and I had a.
Nottingham Evening Post
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If you travelled into town yesterday, you might have got stuck in some pretty long traffic jams. The closure of Wollaton Street led to some very long delays around Derby Road, Canning Circus, Ilkeston Road and Alfreton Road. Congestion continued well into the evening, meaning those heading into town for the night faced a miserable journey. And the bad news is, it's all happening again today, too... Wollaton Street remains closed for building-related works today (Sunday, April 30) and is...
Sky News
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This is Sky News. Coming up in sport. Can Ferrari continued their good season in the Russian Grand Prix?.
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Eleven bodies were retrieved from the river on Friday as anxious relatives and villagers continued to gather at the banks of the river. Three bodies were found on Wednesday. The bamboo jetty was used by hundreds of passengers daily to take boats to the other side of the river. "We hope to find the bodies soon," Udip Das, a police officer overlooking the operation told AFP. Four operators of the boat service and the jetty have been arrested on charges of criminally negligent manslaughter, he said. Most Indians lack swimming skills despite half of the country being situated on the coastline and hundreds of lakes and rivers criss-crossing the country. Over the years the country has reported one of the highest drowning deaths rates in the world, with nearly 30,000 people drowning in 2014, according to the latest official figures. — AFP
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The expo site at the PAS Muktamar is closed today and has been cordoned off by authorities after heavy rain coupled with strong winds blew away the main tent on Saturday night. The Muktamar proceedings however continued at the main hall of the Kedah PAS Complex.
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If you travelled into town yesterday, you might have got stuck in some pretty long traffic jams.The closure of Wollaton Street led to some very long delays around Derby Road, Canning Circus, Ilkeston Road and Alfreton Road.Congestion continued well into the evening, meaning those heading into town for the night faced a miserable journey.And the bad news is, it's all happening again today, too...Wollaton Street remains closed for building-related works today (Sunday, April 30) and is expected to...
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seven years, that's it, done. Although it has to be said, Joss has continued it in comic-book form, and I died in season 8 and became a 12-year-old. How could they?! I know, I know! We'll see you on TV very soon anyway... Yes. ..flexing your Shakespearean muscles. It's sort of set in Shakespeare but we're not speaking Shakespeare
The Iran Project
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Renault used to sell 10,000 cars in Iran market every month till 2013 before the international sanctions were tightened in 2011 and 2012. Global Sales Groupe Renault (including Lada) worldwide registrations increased by 15.8% in the global market y/y.The group’s share of the world market now stands at 3.8%, up 0.4 points on 2016. The Renault and Dacia brands set new sales records for the first quarter. Renault Samsung Motors (South Korean Joint Venture) sales increased by 56.3% and those of Lada by 7%. In Europe, the group’s share of the PC + LCV market increased 0.2 points to 10.1%. Sales grew 10% to 478,706 vehicles. Renault’s own-brand continued to progress, with a 10.1% rise in registrations. The market share for this brand reached 7.7%, up 0.1 points. Sales of ZOE electric car rose 57% and reinforced the group’s leadership with a 28% share of the electric vehicle market.
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ALOR STAR: A state government was defended and another state administration was attacked during the PAS muktamar today. Defending the Kelantan government was Kelantan Speaker Datuk Abdullah Yaacob who said the state was not against non-Muslims. He said PAS was only against DAP which he described as anti Islam. He said all non-Muslims in Kelantan were treated equally and fairly by the PAS-led state government. As examples, he said Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Yakcop had appointed a special officer from the Chinese community and provided funds for burials as well as for marriages to non-Muslims. Abdullah also said no Kelantan public officer, from the highest post to the lowest, has been charged for corruption. "This is an example of good governance," he said in debating the motion of thanks for the president's speech. The anti DAP theme was continued by Penang delegate Mohd Yusni Mat Piah who slammed the party for allegedly practising politics of "binatang" (animal), "rimba" (jungle) and "dendam" (revenge).