Bournemouth Daily Echo
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THIS is the first look at Christchurch Hospital after a £15 million project to transform the site into the county’s first health hub.
Plymouth Herald
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This hotel will be standing tall on the waterfront in just a few years' time - and new pictures show just how big it will really be. Private equity firm Henley Real Estate, a development specialist which has plans to transform the site of the former Quality Hotel, hopes to have the whole scheme finished by 2019. And the company's co-founder and director Chris Henley said touch wood construction work will begin by the autumn. He said: Planning will hopefully be granted...
Plymouth Herald
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This hotel will be standing tall on the waterfront in just a few years' time - and new pictures show just how big it will really be. Private equity firm Henley Real Estate, a development specialist which has plans to transform the site of the former Quality Hotel, hopes to have the whole scheme finished by 2019. And the company's co-founder and director Chris Henley said touch wood construction work will begin by the autumn. He said: Planning will hopefully be granted...
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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THIS is the first look at Christchurch Hospital after a £15 million project to transform the site into the county’s first health hub.
The Iran Project
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Financial Tribune- Plans call for laying 1,000 kilometers of oil pipeline from the city of Genaveh in the southern Bushehr Province to the port of Jask in Hormozgan Province to transform Jask into a major oil terminal, deputy director of the project said. Laying a 42-inch pipeline is a key part of the Jask oil terminal project with a capacity to store 10 million barrels of crude, Morteza Karami was quoted as saying by IRNA on Sunday. Pointing to the completion of the feasibility studies for the pipeline, he said, Once completed, 1 million barrels per day of light and heavy crude will be transferred from Genaveh to Jask off the Sea of Oman. According to the official, the plan is expected to go on stream within 4 years at an estimated cost of $2 billion. Asked about other oil facilities in Jask, Karami said that constructing crude storage tanks with the capacity to store 10 million barrels is on the agenda.
ITV4
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in every putt, is data that can make the difference between winning and losing. The Microsoft Cloud helps the PGA TOUR turn countless points of data into insights that transform their business.
ITV4
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between winning and losing. The Microsoft Cloud helps the PGA TOUR turn countless points of data into insights that transform their business and will enhance the game for players and fans
Lincolnshire Echo
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Bleacher Report
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When Boston traded these two to the White Sox, there was always a chance that they could take on the look of a future MVP and a future Cy Young winner. That these odds have only gotten greater, however, isn't a good look for the Red Sox. Even in retrospect, it's hard to scold the Red Sox for erring when they sold the farm for Sale. The price tag was befitting of his talent, and the other chances they were taking were indeed worth taking. But the dominoes just aren't falling as the Red Sox hoped they would. As long as that continues, the Sale trade will gradually transform from one they'd do again into one they'd like to have back. Data courtesy of Baseball Reference and FanGraphs .
Phys.Org
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HubSpot Marketing Blog
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We also wanted to speak both to parents and adults, who could each discover a multitude of details in each print and experience the excitement of a child in front of a Christmas shop window." Image via Adland 9) Apple In this charming, energetic spot from Apple, the iPhone 7 plus' new Portrait Mode setting helps transform a quiet neighborhood barber shop into a popular destination. When one of the barbers starts snapping professional-looking pictures of satisfied patrons and displaying them in the window, word quickly spreads -- and pretty soon there's a line around the block. The ad excels at showing how easy it is to use Portrait Mode, without boring us with the specific details. 10) Alzheimer’s Research U.K. (in collaboration with Shazam) To raise awareness for the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s Research U.K. worked with agency Innocean Worldwide U.
The Sun Daily
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Like trying to make incremental changes. Unfortunately, it didn't work. In fact, we upset our business partners who were so used to doing things the usual way. Eventually, we brought order to the industry and challenged how things were done. We reframed the business rather than just making incremental improvements. We had to revolutionise the whole industry and become a standard bearer. This had made us the number one print media player in the country. So the lesson is if incremental changes do not work, you have to reframe and transform. b)Not long after having revolutionised the industry and become number one, we found that we were trapped in a sunset business. Digital media was fast replacing print. When a change is brought about by technology, it is beyond anyone's control. We did not want to end up like Eastman Kodak. We have to innovate.
The Economic Times
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It is making us reimagine the way we engage and transact with each other as consumers, businesses and governments. Data is the New Oil To win in the new Digital Age, there is a race among companies to get the required tech talent they need to help them transform. For the last 20 years, technology has been used to refine and shape every process in an enterprise, which enabled companies to be efficient and optimise their operations. But in the digital world, process maturity has become table stakes. It is data that has now become the most valuable resource for business. As the data component rapidly increases in every business, the demand for data-related skills is rising exponentially. From back-office systems to supply chains, from logistics to customer-facing roles, every job is now data-driven and requires more IT support than ever before. This is leading to huge demand for technology talent.
TheRealNews YouTube
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The Herald - Health
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The Iran Project
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Sky News
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We are clearly in the right place. Jeremy Corbyn is coming to Glasgow later today. Is he a help, or a hindrance north of the border? He is a help because of the platform he is standing on. We have a radical Labour manifesto to transform this country and at the heart, a plan to raise living standards
The Economic Times
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Indian IT sector is alive and kicking: Tata Group chief N ChandrasekaranTo win in the new Digital Age, there is a race among companies to get the required tech talent they need to help them transform.
Al Jazeera
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Joko Widodo, commonly known as Jokowi, was elected president of Indonesia, one of Asia's leading economies - and the country with the largest Muslim population in the world - in October 2014. He rose to power promising to be "the people's president" and with an initial approval rating of 70 percent, expectations were high. His dreams of further improving the country's economy - especially for the poor - and to fight corruption and bureaucracy, however, were very ambitious. He promised to transform Indonesia's infrastructure to interconnect its most remote regions, a project at an estimated cost of over $1tn. But only in 2015, Indonesia's economy, South Asia's largest, was growing at its lowest rate in six years. Meanwhile, the president's tough approach on drugs - including his push to execute drug traffickers - have created diplomatic tensions since many of the accused have been foreign nationals.
The Event Chronicle
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Morpheus Morpheus plays a very important role in this film as his name has ‘morph’ within it. To morph means to change or transform into something new. He acts as the catalyst for Neo to learn to find and experience his true unlimited potential. Apoch Apoch is another character with another interesting name. Apoch could easily be changed to Epoch which by definition means “the beginning of a distinctive period in the history of someone or something.” So the name Apoch could indicate that a new time in history is occurring. Trinity I’m sure some will say that Trinity’s name has religious implications, which could be true. But I am willing to bet that the writers also wanted to convey the idea of the sacred divine masculine, feminine and another aspect that I can’t think of right now. It could also have sacred geometric implications which the movie did include which I will write in this article later.
The Event Chronicle
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They will need to do something else. LynnSo will there be no legal system? COBRAThe legal system will be greatly restructured, simplified and there will be no need for judges and lawyers will be drastically reduced. (thank you).[pfc0616] * * * Closing remarks: pfcc0117 PFCC:This is the last question. Some people feel that humans can not afford the delay of liberation any longer. They want to be reassured of the Event as well as the full disclosure. They wonder if earth and humans would transform into the ascension status before 2026. Besides, what can we do to make sure the Event occurs in 2017? COBRAIf everybody would do their mission 100%, the Event would happen in 2017. I will not give any time estimates apart from that statement. All these comments were taken from the Cobra Interview FAQ section at: http://prepareforchange.net/cobra-interview-faq/ It is currently being updated and the new updates will be up soon.
Sky News
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SNP you send MPs to campaign for independence and shout at the Tories. If you vote for Labour you have a chance of getting the Tories out of office and putting in a radical plan to transform the country and who it works for. I'm prepared to fight for that. But you are still talking about the manifesto and not the leader. The.
Sky News
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Corbyn is coming to Glasgow later today. Is he a help, or a hindrance north of the border? He is a help because of the platform he is standing on. We have a radical Labour manifesto to transform this country and at the heart, a plan to raise living standards. 5 million people in.
BBC Radio Ulster
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