Leicester Mercury
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Leicester City's transfer melting pot is starting to bubble away with just two weeks remaining in the January window. Rising to the surface is certainly City's pursuit of defensive cover during this transfer window, with reports overseas painting an interesting picture of the club's progress. City's search for a centre-half goes on... Reports in Italy have been providing an ongoing narrative of their hunt for Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi and their ultimate frustrations in trying to land...
BBC One Oxford
3 hours
Two museums in Oxford are to share nearly 200 thousand pounds to improve their facilities. The Ashmolean will use its £110,000 grant to open a new permanent gallery, to describe how and why Elias Ashmole founded the museum. The Out of the Deep' exhibition at Oxford's Museum of Natural History, featuring this plesiosaur, will get more than £89,000 The money comes from a 4 million pound pot from the Government and the charity, the Wolfson Foundation.
Radar Online
4 hours
Jeremy Calvert isn't letting MTV get away with faking storylines anymore! Leah Messer s ex-husband bashed Teen Mom 2 in a heated rant after producers staged a phone conversation between the exes. On last night's episode, Messer fired at Calvert for taking their daughter out of the state without telling him. The phone conversations you all witnessed tonight were taken a week later when I was already in West Virginia, he said in an Instagram video. MTV, all they want to do is stir the pot and cause more drama that was unnecessary because we already hashed out the issue . The father of Adalynn, 3, called the fakery a bunch of bull***t. PHOTOS: Betrayal! Nude Photos! Arrests & More: Teen Moms20 Most Shocking Scandals They wanted to bring it back up to have some good drama for TV and get ratings through the roof, he said.
Core77
4 hours
That allowed it to be used to suspend the pot over a fire: Image via The Joy of Field Rations However, we imagine that having the handle be loose made it easy to lose in the field. A subsequent iteration, the Kochgeschirr M1910, cleverly integrated the handle via hinge and designed it to double as the lock-shut latch, as seen in the video above. Image via Gerhard03 The M1910 also added the Essbesteck , a Spork ancestor: Image via Picclick The dual utensil was designed to wedge perfectly into the container. Image via IR23 Image via MP44 Image via MP44 Image via MP44 The iteration most are familiar with today is the M31, which was manufactured during World War II. This design was more compact and, as with the German-designed Jerry Can," seems to have been subsequently knocked off by every Army that encountered it: The Soviets, the Finns, the Romanians, the Poles, the Hungarians, the Norwegians, the Swiss .
BBC Two England
5 hours
At the end of it I felt OK. I just tried to concentrate on the good things I'd been doing. Maybe 94% pot success rate. It was not so bad. Maybe if I could capitalise on some of the chances amongst the balls, score heavily, then I could get back into the match.
BBC Two England
5 hours
Both players, because to be honest that's what made the match. I feel sorry for Judd a bit, he never got a single chance in the last frame but boy did Marco Fu take them well. It might have started with a fluke but it didn't get him over the line does a great long pot and going on to win the match.
BBC Two England
6 hours
Don't think he will get through to the one you can clearly see there. He can't. Not too sure what Marco is looking at here. Got to be kept with it, play off the side cushion to keep the white ball in the jaws of the top corner pocket. Just checking whether he fancies, whether Judd is going to go for a pot.
BBC Two England
6 hours
We've seen Judd steel frames. This would be another one. This is the key shot. He could bring both reds into play. He'd certainly love to develop one of them into a portable decision. But make sure you don't take your eye off the pot. -- pottable position. This is a tough one, the black is available.
BBC Two England
6 hours
He's got the black tied up as it is. So this way he could shift the black out. Well, Margo, I think, can pot this. Yes. -- Mark Owen. Although, he might not be able to control the cue ball.
BBC Two England
6 hours
A little bit short of pace. Makes it a bit easier for Marco Fu to put in a good safety. Flick, oooh. Nasty flick. Nice for Marco. Just got to be a wee bit careful of he's going to land on these reds, because he could leave a pot bond. He might be better playing a two cushion escape. If he could nestle on one of the reds to the left.
BBC Two England
6 hours
It's the type of situation reminiscent of a shot Alex Higgins played on that magnificent clearance against Jimmy White in 1982. Pot the blue to the side cushion and then screw back to the top cushion. But he's got a much easier pink.
BBC Two England
6 hours
He didn't feel as if the red would go, that is why he played the cannon. It could have worked out a bit better for him. Another good recovery pot. red, he could have argued he should have worked out earlier, but it would be highly critical to say that! Yes, he has to move it, hasn't he, and needs a good angle now.
BBC Two England
6 hours
Wow. He had to give it a bash but he kept that cue on the line and this black gives him a great chance if he can get this in and it's in. What a match player, Marco Fu is. He has gone ahead in the pot success department, Marco, he is now at 96.
BBC Two England
6 hours
Because they are both playing really well. Both 95%, with the pot success rate. Terrific stuff. This crowd is being royally entertained here in the Ally Pally this afternoon. although it doesn't feel like that for some reason.
BBC Two England
6 hours
He has it this time and he has got away with it. Well almost got away with it. The red will pot. It is not easy but it will go. Oh. All of a sudden, I said it wasn't easy and all of a sudden, from being in a terrible position, Marco Fu is back at the table with a chance.
BBC Two England
6 hours
Got the pace wrong. Marco doesn't pot it, and now Judd Trump, should he wish to, can open the reds up a bit more. You get the feeling that Judd only needs one chance in a frame. I don't know know.
Money News Steet Talk
6 hours
BBC Two England
6 hours
He could have rolled the blue in and left the red. There is a read between the black spot and the pack. He could have left that. But it was a tricky pot. He was asking a little bit much to just bend it slightly to create a potting angle on the black. Not much Judd Trump could do with that shot other than get it down the table.
Live Science
6 hours
Ancient Egyptians who buried their deceased kin in pots may have chosen the burial vessels as symbols of the womb and rebirth, scientists argue in a new paper.
BBC Two England
6 hours
-- combos. So, a missable read now. -- short of pace on those. APPLAUSE Good recovery pot, but the wrong side of the blue. But that red to the left of the bunch is on for him if he screws back a couple of feet. He can be on that, as you can see, on the left side of the blue line there. He has to leave a medium-range pot. Yeah, the only trouble with this is, the cue ball in this break is doing a bit more mileage than he would have wanted.
BBC Two England
7 hours
Just about. Doesn't really want to pot the pink, I don't think. That could be the only reason why he didn't get straight down on this. Taking a bit of time to work it out, and now goes for the pink, so happy with the situation.
BBC Two England
7 hours
A marvellous shot. If he's not on a ball there, he can count himself very unlucky. He might have to take a tricky one into the right middle. He is looking to see if the one will go in the left middle pocket. That would be an easier pot. If it does, there is a gap to screw. He can get through to that one, just, I think.
BBC Two England
7 hours
As Ken Doherty said that, although it is best of 11, this is a key frame coming up, 4-1. Look at the pot success rate, it has jumped up from Marco to 93.
The Event Chronicle
7 hours
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