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The market for Usenet services is diverse, with so many options out there. Often, you have to look into the finer details to help make your decision, but one obvious strong point to consider is choosing a provider which has been around for years. And thats certainly the case with Easynews. Launched in 1995, its one of the most popular and feature-packed Usenet services around. The company has built up a lot of credibility thanks to its broad range of Usenet capabilities. With Easynet, you can access Usenet services through traditional Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) servers and web browsers. Its also formed a partnership with Newhosting, which means you can run both newsgroup services alongside each other, for extra flexibility. Accessing newsgroups One of the most distinctive things about Easynet is that it offers a web-based service, letting you access newsgroups from any device with a simple web browser, which can be pretty handy.
The Sun Daily
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PETALING JAYA: The embarrassing gaffe in an English education video by Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) is unsurprising as how a person speaks is largely dependent on the learning environment. Parent Action Group for Education (PAGE) president Datin Noor Azima Abdul Rahim said most students learn English in an environment where it is not commonly used, making it difficult to pick up the finer details of the language. "It's tough because in a national school the environment is largely Malay. You are normally influenced by the way the people around you speak. "In a Malay, Chinese, or Indian environment, English is learned as a single subject with only a few hours a week and this carries on into adulthood," Noor Azima told theSun when contacted. She was commenting on a UiTM English on the Go video posted last week where the narrator correctly taught the audience that "salmon" is pronounced without the letter "L" but then falls short by pronouncing it as "see-men".
BBC News 24
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So for now, the US options appear to involve more of the same, but if there is to be a radical departure, it could be up to America's new national security adviser to come up with it. Jon Finer was Chief of Staff to Secretary of State John Kerry and Director of Policy Planning at the State Department, leaving last month.
BBC Two England
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It is a conundrum. So for now, the US options appear to involve more of the same, but if there is to be a radical departure, it could be up to America's new national security adviser to come up with it. Jon Finer was Chief of Staff to Secretary of State John Kerry and Director of Policy Planning at the State Department, leaving last month.
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The Sun Daily
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People have stopped thinking and writing a string of 10 words to form a sentence has become more difficult than flying to Mars. Recently, on the occasion of the passing of my mother-in-law who lived and cared for nothing else except love, the grandchildren presented a poetic eulogy. They were compiled into a long piece of something, strung with words so touching, music to the ears and therapeutic to the mourning hearts and I was pleasantly surprised that the relevance and significance of writing has not gone totally out of fashion. How do we get our children to write? This is a huge challenge and it has to begin with the adults making a conscious effort. People with a penchant for writing tend to pause and enjoy the finer things in life and this is when as they write, thinking happens and words flow in torrents. The reinvention in the creative use of language in writing makes a huge difference in people who write to be read as opposed to people who write for their own whims.
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Auto Express
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18 Feb, 2017 6:00pm Sports cars dont come finer than a Ferrari, and weve named 10 of the best from the past 70 years Dean Gibson Ferrari is one of the most evocative names in the automotive world. The Italian car maker is synonymous with motorsport - Formula One in particular – and it has also built some of the finest roadgoing sports cars in the world. Enzo Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari in 1929 purely as a racing team, and achieved great success running Alfa Romeo grand prix cars, including a stint as the official works Alfa squad. But Enzo parted ways with Alfa in the late 1930s to build his own racing cars under the Scuderia name. However, after the Second World War, Ferrari needed help raising funds to go racing, so he finally started building road cars to help fund his racing team in the late 1940s. • Best supercars on sale The first road car that Ferrari built with his own name on it was the 1947 125 S.
BBC Two Wales
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For me, playing in the final here, my home tournament, that would be an amazing achievement to win it. This season has been bubbling, you said you've be the most consistent of the top players this season, it's taken people to be at their best to beat you. A big one is coming, no finer place to do it here than tomorrow? I think I've improved this season, it's taken people at the top of their game to beat me. Every tournament I've gone into, I've been fully prepared, giving my best shot.
Bike EXIF
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A mesh screen was laser cut to match the primary cover screens. The most unusual styling is right up front in the nosepiece: It’s hiding a xenon projector headlight from an Audi S8, in a porthole-style surround. On the original Hellcat, the header pipe from the rear cylinder of the S&S motor snakes forward across the right side of the engine, covering it up. So Revival have hand-built a completely new stainless steel exhaust with a 2-into-1 silencer that hangs down and exits beneath the engine, towards the ground. “The grumble and sound is intoxicating,” we’re told. One of the finer touches of the earlier Hellcats was a combined belly pan and muffler. “This was removed on later models due to fabrication failures. As a homage, a new hand-shaped alloy belly pan has been fabricated to conceal the exhaust and engine underside.” Hidden exhaust cutouts and a mesh air scoop insert allow for more airflow, and a smooth, clean appearance.
BBC News 24
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It turned out to be a half decent day for many parts of the British Isles, certainly better in my neck of the words and on Wednesday, I'd given up on February by that stage but as you see our Weather Watchers captured some of the finer elements of the day. What about Friday? Late in the day on Thursday we had this weather front that brought rain across Northern Ireland and seek its way down to the south-east of England.
Core77
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I hear from woodworkers all the time who struggle with their hand saws. Usually it has to do with just getting the cut started. Starting your cut is all about taking the weight off the toe of the saw so that the teeth can glide over the wood. Some people like to go backwards first, but a starting backstroke does nothing but mangle the wood and makes your cut more about guesswork than precision. On a recent WoodTalk episode , I answered a question about this and launched into a complex explanation of an exercise designed to improve your feel for starting the saw accurately. But describing that exercise is where the audio medium fails and video is much better. Hence this video: There are of course things you can do to the toothline of your saws to make them easier to start—like relaxing the rake angle of the first 10-20 teeth or using a finer pitch for the first 10-20 teeth.
The Event Chronicle
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(Maxwell said they flowed in the ether/hyperspace). Scalar waves are so fine that they are only one-hundred-millionth of a square centimeter in width hence finer than X-rays and gamma rays. They can also be manipulated into various types of modes and frequencies. When Maxwell died his work was interpreted by three experts (including Hertz) who set the foundation for physics, and they decided any wave that went beyond what could be measured with an instrument of that time was mystical therefore worthless. According to Tom Bearden, standard physics (from then on) as a discipline, contained twenty two errors. Nikola Tesla, (1856 or 1857-1943) a Yugoslavian genius, who became a US citizen in 1891 carried on with Maxwell’s work. Tesla worked for Thomas Edison, who invented direct current, while Telsa himself invented alternating current, but the two men didnt get along well and parted ways.
Hackaday
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There's a wide world to explore when it comes to papercraft, but we reserve special praise for fully functional builds. [Aliaksei Zholner's] working papercraft organ is a stunning example of what can be achieved with skill and perseverance. The video is short but covers some finer touches the folded concertinas of paper acting as springs to return the keys, for example. Air is supplied by a balloon, and the organ has a tone similar to other toy organs of comparable size. The builder has declined to share templates at this stage, due to the complexity of the model and the fact that apparently even the thickness of the paper used can affect the function. This is not surprising to get any sort of pipe organ to play in tune requires finesse and careful fine tuning. The build thread sheds some further light on the build (in Russian) if you're curious to know more.
BBC News 24
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And the tools that you have to use, irrespective of right or wrong, it is all about communicatioon for the boy, he is not necessarily interested in getting to the finer aspects of the language. You must have discovered quite a lot about each other as writers as well? I suppose so.
BBC News 24
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And the tools that you have you use, irrespective of right or wrong, it is all about communicatioon for the boy, he is not necessarily interested in getting to the finer aspects of the language. You must have discovered quite a lot about each other as writers as well? I suppose so.
Universe Today
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This chart shows how data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, has led to revisions in the estimated population of near-Earth asteroids. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech To create the images, Benner conducted a controlled experiment on the asteroid, transmitting a signal with well-known characteristics to the object and then, by comparing the echo to the transmission, deduced its properties. According to NASA's Asteroid Radar Research site , measuring how the echo power spreads out over time along with changes in its frequency caused by the Doppler Effect (object approaching or receding from Earth), provide the data to construct two-dimensional images with resolutions finer than 33 feet (10 meters) if the echoes are strong enough. This orbital diagram shows the close approach of 2017 BQ6 to Earth on Feb. 7, 2017. Credit: NASA/JPL Horizons In late October 2016, the number of known near-Earth asteroids topped 15,000 with new discoveries averaging about 30 a week.
Mashable
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Here's one to check off your bucket list: watching Keanu Reeves, Whoopi Goldberg and Jamie Dornan discuss the finer points of sex scenes on The Graham Norton Show. Dornan who, of course, stars in the not good Fifty Shades franchise has quite a bit of intel on the subject, including that adding one's own sound effects really lightens the mood. "Does the director say 'more vocalization?'" asks Keanu Reeves. Picking the tough questions, Reeves. This deleted 'Fantastic Beasts' scene reveals some magical new details Senior citizens doing their own 'Carpool Karaoke' show you're never too old to sing 'Call Me Maybe' Emma Watson and Tom Hanks keep creeping us out in 'The Circle' trailer Bulldog fighting to roll over in the snow is all the inspiration you need Read more... More about Keanu Reeves , 50 Shades Darker , Jamie Dornan , and Watercooler
Techradar - Reviews
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Some of these titles were more fun than others, obviously, but all of them made the same point: PlayStation VR doesn't suck. Before we go on talking about PlayStation VR's finer points (and foibles), let's get the basics out of the way. The system is sold in two varieties: the basic PlayStation VR package that only includes the PS VR system, headphones and all cabling required for $399 / 399 / 349 / AUD$549, and a PlayStation VR Launch Bundle which includes the PS VR system, PlayStation Camera, two PlayStation Move Motion Controllers, and a copy of PlayStation VR Worlds for $499 (about 390/AU$655). Another interesting pack-in is the PlayStation VR demo disc that comes with both packages and has a dozen-or-so titles ready for you to check out. If you don't already own the PlayStation Camera or Move Motion Controllers, the Launch Day bundle is the better bet here especially considering that you'll get one of the best games on the platform, PlayStation VR Worlds, for free.
Sky News
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But when this thing is judged it it is to be judged against the constitution and statute law and precedent and that on I think again the executive order should have passed. Maybe with some finer points that were in there that Bill's more au fait with. Time is against us, but thank you both for explaining what is a comply Cailleted picture -- comply Cailleted picture. -- complicated picture.
BBC News 24
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The Scottish FA are appealing against the finer receiver wearing poppies on their shirts in the game against England last November. Both teams wore the symbol on November the 11th. The SFA say they have received the written reasons from Fifa and have told the governing body that they intend to appeal against the £15,000 fine imposed.