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match. Overnight we will keep clear skies -- late day sunshine. For Scotland and Northern Ireland, once again that means we will have areas of frost developing. A subtle change to the east, a few more patches of cloud developing from the North Sea, affecting Lincolnshire and Yorkshire to start the day on Monday. But looking at the week.
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ahead, high pressure with us for the start of the week so more than trying to look forward to. Rain developing in northern and western areas by the time we get to the Middle Park of the week. Monday, any low cloud in eastern areas will burn away by the afternoon -- middle Park. Most will see some fun from.
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with his treatment. Researchers are now developing ways to provide more precise cancer treatment here in the UK. Thanks to investment from a leading children's cancer charity, scientists are developing a gene test which will mean young patients.
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developing over the North Sea coasts, drifting inland across parts of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire and temperatures falling low enough to give us some frost patches again for Northern Ireland and Scotland. Looking at the weather for the week ahead, some sunny spells and staying on the warm side we will see some changes coming in particularly on Wednesday with outbreaks of rain.
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We combined EPA monitoring data and air quality simulations to build a mathematical model that allowed us to estimate the everyday outdoor PM2.5 level in various locations where these women lived from 1999 through 2010. Because the WHIMS followed its study participants very closely, we were able to gather detailed information on other factors that may affect an individual’s risk for dementia, such as smoking, exercise, body mass index, hormone therapy and other clinical risk factors like diabetes and heart disease. This allowed us to account for these other factors and better isolate the effects of air pollution exposure. We found that women exposed to higher levels of PM2.5 had faster rates of cognitive decline and a higher risk of developing dementia. Older women living in places where PM2.5 levels exceeded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s standard had an 81 percent greater risk of global cognitive decline and were 92 percent more likely to develop dementia, including Alzheimer’s.
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we were going to go further with his treatment. Research is now developing ways to provide more precise cancer treatment here in the UK. Thanks to investment from a leading children's cancer charity, scientists are developing a gene.
SABC Digital News
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Newly established guitarists from Kagiso in the West Rand consists of 16 learners in and around the community. The group focuses on developing the children's musical skills and talent. They age from as young as 7-15 years old. The aim of this collection is to uncover the youngsters gift to its full potential. For more on musical group of the Bokamoso community, we're joined by the founding member Phiwe Mlambo. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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left one person dead as locked, barricaded himself inside a bus, police have surrounded the bus and are presumably going to try to make contact with the shooter inside. We will bring you more as we get it on the developing stories out of Las Vegas tonight
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The idea being that the more stem cells a tissue type has and the faster those cells make copies of themselves, the more chances for mutations from sheer cellular sloppiness—thus, more chances for cancer. So, if a tissue type has a lot of fast-replicating stem cells, it would have a higher risk of developing cancer over a person's lifetime. This could help explain why different tissue types do have different risks of cancer. Lung and thyroid cancer are far more common than brain and pelvic bone cancer, for instance. Read 13 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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Nissan’s Leaf was a breath of fresh air when launched back in 2010; a modern-looking, compact hatch that helped bring electric motoring within reach of the average consumer. Yet despite strong sales, the competition has stepped up its game with more recent EV entries like Chevrolet’s Bolt . Not to be left behind, the Japanese manufacturer has been hard at work developing the next generation version. What will it look like and what can we expect? Well let’s delve further: IDS Concept-Inspired Styling In 2015, Nissan revealed the IDS autonomous EV concept , which was said to be a strong pointer for the next Leaf. Fast forward to today, and whilst elements of the show car will make into production, the overall look is worlds apart. Instead, the new EV will be a visual crossbreed between the latest Micra supermini and out-going Leaf. Frontal styling will be headlined by a mono-tooth, V-Motion grille, chiseled lower bumper and wedge-shaped headlamps.
Android Police
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Oh Google! Oh Google! Oh Google! No sooner is the company putting to rest one social-slash-messaging app than it is working on three others in its wake. Today's newcomer is a photo sharing and editing app that Google confirmed to TechCrunch as "one of many [experiments] it's running." According to TechCrunch , this new app would be like a mix of Path and Snapchat and Google Photos, leveraging Google's image recognition technology. Read More [What's One More?] Google is developing yet another social app for group photo sharing and editing was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
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but we will see a frost developing in the countryside with temperatures down to -5 in the coldest spots. A few mist and fog patches are possible tomorrow. Again, a glorious day with plenty of sunshine coming through. Still those cold winds across the South of England. Similar temperatures for many of us, although perhaps a degree down across England. Just a reminder - the clocks go.
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I'm still developing as a manager. But it's a constant challenge to try and find players and try to monitor young players and hopefully see our young players develop. It concerns me because we don't have a huge flow of talent coming through
BBC News 24
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Overnight, high pressure still in charge. The wind keeps the frost at bay in South, but with lighter winds across the heart of the UK, we will see frost developing in the countryside down to -5 in the coldest spots. If you.
Techradar
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Developing software for this kind of high-end expert audience has its consequences. Media Composer is far more about functionality than ease of use, so although the interface has improved recently, it may still not appeal to the average user. And of course the price is decidedly premium, too. That's really no surprise, though, for a package which can import just about anything, in any resolution and combine them all on the same line, no encoding required. You can make use of dynamic HDR for top-quality imagery. Edit stereoscopic 3D. Mix and work with 64 audio tracks, and the list goes on That's just the start. Avid Media Composer doesn't just do well at regular features, it adds specialist extras that the competition hasn't even considered. The program doesn't just store your clips, for instance it can automatically analyse their dialogue and sync it to the script, making it easy to match different takes of a scene.
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If you're looking for a video editor there are some amazing free tools around , but they're not always the best choice. Developing a good editor is so difficult that even big-name companies often struggle, and if you're a demanding user it's unlikely that a free package will give you everything you need. We're not just talking about the length of the feature list. Opting for a paid product might get you high-end extras like 360-degree video support, motion tracking and multi-cam editing, but that's just the start. The extra resources available to commercial projects help to refine the entire package, often bringing more accurate and configurable effects, an enhanced interface and a faster rendering engine. Which paid editor is the best choice, though? That depends on what you're looking to do, and also on your budget, but keep reading we've come up with 25 top packages to help steer you in the right direction.
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A growing number of established grocery retailers are experimenting with this "click and collect" approach to shopping, including Wal-Mart, Kroger and others. According to one person briefed on Amazon's plans, the company has been developing technology for automatically detecting when a customer pulls into the parking lot so orders can be brought to them more quickly. A few miles away from its other Seattle stores, on the ground floor of one of its many office towers in the city, the company is testing Amazon Go, a convenience store concept stocked with beverages, sandwiches and prepared meals, which are put together by chefs in a kitchen that is visible from the street. The retail industry has been captivated by Amazon Go's technology since the company unveiled the store late last year. The store uses a combination of sensors and artificial intelligence to automatically detect the food items shoppers remove from shelves, so they can leave the store without visiting a cashier - the way customers do when they bolt from an Uber.
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But Masood was soon developing a reputation for violence. In the sleepy Sussex village of Northiam, where he lived in his 20s, at the local pub he slashed a man in the face with a knife and was sent to jail. He didn't have a very good reputation, definitely. I remember he was a bit of a troubled character,.
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Just an unassuming guy. But Masood was soon developing a reputation for violence. In the sleepy Sussex village of Northiam, where he lived in his 20s, at the local pub he slashed a man in the face with a knife and was sent to jail. He didn't have a very good reputation, definitely
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Worked reasonably hard. Good at sport. Played rugby very well. Just an unassuming guy. But Masood was soon developing a reputation for violence. In the sleepy Sussex village of Northiam,.
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but they found? Well, as you say, a lot of the focus is on his background. Where he came from, where he went to school, where he was a former teacher. There is a narrative developing that he does not somehow fit the stereotype of your sort of typical jihadist killer. He comes from quite an affluent, middle-class background. I think having looked through the papers,.