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Donald Trump has condemned it saying that it's a grave threat to national security. That they are going to get to the bottom of it. A little more detail from the White House just now. This is from Sean Spicer the Press Secretary The president has made it very clear going back months that leaks for it in national security and he is outraged at these allegations and was to get to the bottom of it"
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I would like to ask that we now observe a moment of silence for the victims and families of the savage attack which took place in Manchester. But whether he apologised for the leaks, number ten ayes press spokesman wouldn't say. A terrible thing
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Managed marketplaces have been one of the hottest categories of venture investment over the past several years. They garner a lot of press because the consumer experiences are often radically different than whats previously been available in the market. But there is confusion over what a true managed marketplace is. Its fairly easy to spot if you know what to look for. Read More
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time and AAA, also thought to be about two detonates some sort of device. Also from the Associated Press, apparently Salman Abedi rang his mother in the hours leading up to the attack and asked for her forgiveness. Lots of parents are.
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leaks but where there not leaks in the press then no one would know that Russian intelligence is subverting American democracy. He can call as he did an investigation to stop the leaks and try to focus on the civil servants.
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Greg Gianforte doesnt get the basics of America or public service, Sen. Ben Sasse said Thursday. “If you’re seeking a job as a public servant, if you’re going to serve in the Congress, one of the core obligations before you is to teach American civics. And if you’re teaching American civics, you celebrate a First Amendment, a free press, speech, assembly, religion,” Sasse said Thursday in a detailed and frank interview for POLITICO’s “Off Messagepodcast scheduled to be released on Tuesday about America, Peter Pan, the failings of Congress and of the Republican Party, and President Donald Trump. [ Subscribe to the podcast here.] Sasse, the junior senator from Nebraska and a staunch conservative, is a former college president who’s promoting his new book, “The Vanishing American Adult,” which amounts to a diagnosis of the rot within American culture and what to do about it.
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) during her Thursday press conference repeatedly dodged questions over whether or not Imran Awan, an IT staffer for Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D., Fla.) who is under investigation by Capitol Hill Police, should continue to serve in an advisory role. A reporter asked Pelosi about Awan, who is under investigation for stealing equipment from members' offices and for possibly illegal actions on the House IT network. Awan remains on Wasserman-Schultz's staff in spite of the investigation. Pelosi initially did not seem to understand the question about Awan. "Well, the people who are under investigation are the Attorney General of the United States," she said. "I mean what are we talking about here?" "Should Imran Awan still be here?" the reporter asked. "I'm not familiar—you have a very specific charge there," Pelosi said.
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"The Obama administration treated the Iranians with kid gloves because that was to get the nuclear deal," the source said. "That ended last January but the Iranians are still acting as if they have a friend in the White House. They threaten and mock the United States, our leaders, and our allies, and they expect us to roll with it. This president is not going to roll with it, and neither is Congress." Meanwhile, senior Iranian military leaders continue to criticize the Trump administration for its efforts to stop Iran's missile program. Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazzayeri offered harsh words for Secretary of State Tillerson following his call for Iran to cease its ballistic missile work. "The U.S. secretary of state's expectations of the Iranian president indicate the U.S. officials' non-understanding of the Islamic Republic of Iran," Jazzayeri was quoted as saying in the country's state-controlled press.
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I like how to get more pertinent now than it's ever been in that he is a party that's Warner its usefulness scrambling for some hae learnt to make itself or relevant and I'm just interested in why it went ahead while other parties whilst resuming from local campaigning nationally nobody's camp it what did they go ahead well what they said that says that the Democratic process must continue when they sent off the press release saying never going ahead with it that was there reasons um Mark's there's been speculation certainly you know the questions from journalists at this event um you know wondering whether or not this is it it's about the timing of course this tragedy in Manchester appears to have been carried out by somebody who was a jihadist does it all made of my ability hardest workers still finding out that there was a lot of reference to that in this manifesto launch and so you know people have drawn that can.
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Defense attorneys say medical care for a former Salvadoran colonel accused of helping to plot five killings is declining since his transfer to a new facility to await a final decision on his extradition. A lawyer for Inocente Orlando Montano Morales says in a filing that routine blood sugar checks were missed and he has had a fever and other symptoms indicating that he could have a new infection. Judge Terrence Boyle had tried to send Montano to a federal prison hospital because of concerns about his health, but the transfer wasn't possible. Instead, he was sent from a North Carolina lockup to a Virginia jail. The U.S. Marshals Service said it was following procedures for reviewing Montano's complaints but couldn't provide details.
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but how you carried out this act were represented a good actors a good person who did your help what did you do what kind acts did you carry out at an umbrella for probability is it's going to be very warm whatever this young man is going very very warm indeed there you go that's it even if the amount and I'm sure they have them pretty sure they have at Theresa May has been speaking to the US president Donald Trump this afternoon and he said she was asking to ensure there are no more intelligent sleeps of information to the press arriving in Brussels before the meeting she spoke to the media we have a special relationship with the USA it is our deepest defence and security partnership but we have of course that partnership is built on trust and Potter backdraft is knowing as intelligent.
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Optical Music Recognition (OMR) MusicXML note example You've probably heard of OCR, Optical Character Recognition software, that converts words on paper to a digital form. Well there's also music OCR, or more precisely OMR, Optical Music Recognition software. You point a camera at a page of sheet music to capture an image, or give the software an image file or a PDF containing the sheet music, and it converts that to music that you can hear at the press of a button, or save to a MIDI or WAV file for playback from elsewhere. To try it out, I found a high quality one called SharpEye 2.68 that had a 30-day, free trial period. It's able to save the music as a MIDI file, MusicXML , and in NIFF format. The snippet of MusicXML shown here is of the musical note, A, and is a quarter note. As you'll see, SharpEye does an impressive job, given a clean, black and white image.
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