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The Terriers are back in the big time after 45 years following a penalty shoot-out victory over Reading in the Championship play-off final at Wembley
The Event Chronicle
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Man up at the Pentagon and sanitize this mess. These people have no place in the White House. While uncontrolled in the shadows, an Illegal Usurping Con Man plots, and the Hilderbeast recharges for another intended run. All around a whole new emerging world which is recycling its new role and powers. A confused Trump is struggling to even understand, let alone contain the day job. Predictable! How does such a Mental Midget Bridge it? Will America co-enjoin the changes evolving to enjoy the ride, or get taken for one itself for a change? With ever faster emerging Robotics, and Transhumanism now to come, to simply be alive, for those Jobless, that may well become its own survival Witch Hunt. The Tri-Laterals own population ethos is a Global reduction to only 500M people. To be achieved how? If YOU are not among the 500M, YOU can do what? Who acts for you, if you dont want to go into the night, you survive how? It wont happen, of course it’s just wild and false speculation.
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If there's one type of build we don't see enough of, it's the 80s and 90s sport bike resto-mod. We love those endurance-style racers with their chunky bodyworkharking back to a time when motorcycles were still fairly straightforward, and technology was only on the cusp of becoming complicated. It's a style that the Wrenchmonkees have pulled off spectacularly here—except they didn't pick an older bike for their project. Instead, this wild retro is based on an even wilder donor: the supercharged Kawasaki Ninja H2. The commission (and bike) came from Dutch gear manufacturer, REV'IT!. They wanted a bike that followed the same Tailored Technology' philosophy as their urban range; casual and stylish on the outside, high tech on the inside. REV'IT! already had a soft spot for the H2: their sponsored rider, Kenan Sofuoğlu, hit the 400 km/h (249 mph) mark on one just last year.
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Nabi Saleh resident gives an Israeli police commander a piece of his mind. The protest began, as is the custom, after noontime prayers. By early afternoon, a large crowd had gathered in the parking lot outside Nabi Saleh’s mosque. The mood was festive. Folks mingled in circles, flags flapping in the breeze. Then the march began, down the narrow road leading to the coils of barbed wire, yellow steel gate and observation tower blocking access to the main drag where Jewish settlers drive. Next to the lovely spring that once was Nabi Saleh’s, beneath the hillside of olive trees that Nabi Saleh once harvested, now controlled by neat and tidy, red-roofed Halamish settlement. At the vanguard of the march, two familiar faces: Eleven year-old ‘Janna Jihad’ — the ‘World’s Youngest Journalist’, reporting into her smart phone — and sixteen year-old lioness Ahed Tamimi , topped by an improbably wild explosion of wavy blonde hair.
Home Designing
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Wood slat walls are another way to use the beauty of the material in an interesting way. Oversized flower vases like this one can help to bring a splash of color and life into a wood on wood design. In the bedroom here, wood is not at all forgotten. Behind the bed, on the floor, in the shelving it is celebrated. In the final home, we have a darker wood home with a living room that features unique floor lamps stretching to the ceiling. Modern dining chairs crowd around a small dining table that overlooks the living room. Again we see how indoor house plants like the Fiddle Leaf Fig featured here can bring a lot of personality into a home. The set up of this home makes it easy to watch television from either the sofa or the dining table. A drop down screen is a must-have element for households that care about entertainment. Related Posts: Wild for Wood: The House of Life Bolefloor Curved Wood Panels: Floors as Nature Intended Wood Slats Add Texture and Warmth to These Homes A Modern Apartment Celebrates the Look of Natural Wood Two Lovely Apartments Featuring Wood Paneling A Tour Of 4 Homes With On-Trend Wood Wall Treatments.
Bleacher Report
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Howell, Aaron Loup, Ryan Tepera and Robert Osuna combined for 13.1 scoreless innings last week, allowing just four hits while striking out 17. Despite all the injuries and early-season struggles, the Blue Jays are just four games under .500 and three games back in the too-early wild-card standings, so they're by no means sunk. Biggest Fallers Texas Rangers (down eight spots) The Rangers took home "biggers riser" honors last week when they climbed seven spots amid a stretch that included 11 wins in 12 games. A sweep at the hands of the Boston Red Sox and a series loss to the Blue Jays sends them tumbling back down to the middle of the pack, though. Struggling starter A.J. Griffin who has a 6.85 ERA in five starts this month made it just 1.1 innings last time out before leaving with an intercostal injury that landed him on the disabled list.
Coventry Telegraph
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Ars Technica
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Enlarge (credit: Aurich / Thinkstock) On May 30, two suspects accused of extorting the so-called "Queen of Snapchat" as part of a sex-tape scandal are scheduled to appear in a Florida court. But as wild as the premise sounds, primarily the accused need only to answer a simple question on this visit. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Charles Johnson wants an explanation as to why Hencha Voigt and her then boyfriend, Wesley Victor, can't remember the passcodes to their mobile phones. if he doesn't believe them or if they remain silent, the two suspects face possible contempt charges and indefinite jail time for refusing a court order to unlock their phones so prosecutors can examine text messages. Their defense to that order, however, rests on an unsettled area of law. Voigt and Victor maintain that a court order requiring them to unlock an encrypted device is a breach of the Fifth Amendment right to be free from compelled self-incrimination.
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Ars Technica
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Enlarge / RiME is often a peaceful game, but it has a few harrowing moments. (credit: Tequila Works) I have had one of the most gorgeous Memorial Day weekends that I can recall, replete with beautiful, exotic memories. Some are dotted with endless coastlines and remarkable rock formations. Others are covered by bizarre memorials to an unnamed past, all scorched by the sun and set into contrast by raging thunderstorms. Each has contained its fair share of sky-burning sunsets, foliage-lined cavern glades, and wild animals. Roughly every 15 minutes, I have stopped, marveled, and taken a photo. Now that my trip is complete, I have a scrapbook of my experiences. It's among my favorites of the past few years. This has been my experience with the video game RiME , which launched a few days ago on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PCs. I got behind on other work ahead of the Memorial Day weekend and figured I'd play this cute, "narrative puzzle-platformer" in a few hours, then write some impressions before I clocked out for the holiday.
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While the bug has been reported to Microsoft, we haven't heard any official acknowledgement of the problem or any timescale on when a fix might be pushed out through the usual channels. As always, keep your browser and your operating system right up to date to minimize the risk of getting hit by these sort of issues. No one seems to have tried to use the trick yet out in the wild, but if you do notice problems, a simple reboot should fix it. Windows Defender just had to defend itself from a seriously nasty bug
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Most people think of salmon jumping upriver to spawn when they consider wild fish in the American Northwest. But another, lesser-known species—the Pacific Lamprey—is also culturally and historically important to the region. Lamprey have been on Earth at least 400 million years, which is significantly longer than salmon and even dinosaurs.
The Cornishman
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A primate centre in south east Cornwall was left with a mess to clean up after flash floods at the weekend. The area was hit by storms on Friday night into Saturday morning and Wild Futures suffered damage at its headquarters near Looe. The charity's sanctuary for victims of the primate pet trade experienced a flash flood as water suddenly poured into the main building, Murrayton House, and down through a ceiling to an office below. Read more: Chef Lee Skeet relives the moment he was...
Sittingbourne Messenger
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A Wild West style bar has been used as a location for a home-grown movie.
ABC News - International
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A wild boar charged children at a playground in Vienna, then hid in shrubbery next to an apartment house before being shot by police
BBC Radio Wales
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Leslie thank you find the hay festival is in full swing since the vent open on Thursday last week's Graham Norton Stephen Fry and Eddie Eddie Izzard have already appeared at the festivals bank holiday weekend of tradition the busiest time for the 10 day event and there's been increased security on site following the attack in Manchester last week or Arts and Media correspondent who Thomas has been speaking to some of the people appearing at the festival and those who make it will happen if I own Bill Murray at what I've got quite wild he did he did so a part of a whole pineapple into the audience some of the festivals biggest name's share their stories here at the weekend so I did a birth announcement so it be already that then I accidentally pressed send or whether it's Graham Norton discussing his show.
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or if you want to spend some precious time as a family, then you can choose a stay for four at Beaches. You can enjoy lazing around the pool whilst the kids go wild.
Daily Express - Showbiz
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PAMELA ANDERSON went back to her Baywatch roots yesterday as she frolicked around in the sea halfway through attending a club opening in Marbella.
The Sun Daily
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THIS week we get thoughts and views from press and convenience retail company Bison Consolidated Bhd executive director and CEO Dang Tai Luk. How has your life experience made you the leader you are today? Being a leader was not something that had crossed my mind when I was growing up. However, I had been active and playful in school and over the years was chosen to lead sports teams and extra-curricular clubs. After I finished school I was quite bold and brave like a calf wondering in the wild that did not know the dangers in the wilderness. I quit good jobs from one country to another without realising the consequences of not being able to get the same. But I had always told myself that one day I would settle with a business of my own and I didn't end up selling newspapers. In retrospect, my difficult childhood seems to have been the necessary condition that made me work hard to break away from hardship.
BBC Radio Wales
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Hyundai of the championship cricket in Swansea 158 for three in the second innings Vale of Glamorgan by 147 Wild Ones hockey team he's got them €1 yesterday they lead to Milan 3 match series Richmond close in Glasgow today Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton was 7th and the Major's tip can't now 52 for number 5 Indian voyage thanks a vest if so how is the forecast looking for the bank holidays to bed of mixed bag have to be so early reign it is after early reign it will become mostly dry but it'll stay cloudy so is it going to develop by midday with a risk of Hail and thunder and the top temperature is 20 Celsius tonight show with willies and it'll become dry overnight Adobe much cooler than this night for the minimum temperature of 12 Celsius now there's less than two weeks until polls open and voting begins in the general election maybe you.
Informed Comment
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None of this should have been surprising, given a congressional party that had honed its skills not on ruling but on blocking rule. In the last months, it has largely proved incapable even of ruling itself, no less the wild man and his unpredictable team of advisers in the White House. From his big, fat, beautiful wall to his big league , phenomenal tax plan to his insurance for everybody healthcare program, the president promises to be the living proof that the long dreamed of Pax Republicana is just another form of war without end on the domestic front. His victory was, in a sense, a revelation that both political parties had been hollowed out, as every Republican presidential candidate except him was swept unceremoniously off stage and out of contention in a hail of insults . Meanwhile, the Democratic Party, by now a remarkably mindless (and spineless) political machine without much to underpin it, came to seem ever more like the domestic equivalent of those failed states the war on terror was creating in the Greater Middle East.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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TIME - Top Stories
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S. forces in the region, and it is working to perfect its longer-range missiles. North Korea's state-controlled media had no immediate comment. But a day earlier, the North said leader Kim Jong Un had watched a successful test of a new type of anti-aircraft guided weapon system. It wasn't clear from the state media report when the test happened. Kim found that the weapon system's ability to detect and track targets had remarkably improved and was more accurate, according to the official Korean Central News Agency. KCNA cited Kim as ordering officials to mass-produce and deploy the system all over the country so as to completely spoil the enemy's wild dream to command the air. The North's nuclear and missile programs are perhaps the biggest foreign policy challenges to the new leaders in Washington and Seoul. President Donald Trump has alternated between bellicosity and flattery in his public statements about North Korea, but his administration is still working to solidify a policy to handle its nuclear ambitions.