Cook finished with 19points. Harold contributed 18. Combs and sophomore Matt Raya chipped in with 10 and eight points, respectively. At 6-foot-8, sophomore Anthony Stover was a non-factor, scoring only six points. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – With starting guards Josh Thomas and Yader Combs nursing injuries suffered in Tuesday’s quarterfinal victory at Immanuel of Reedley, Renaissance Academy did not have enough firepower in a 65-61 CIF State Southern Regional semifinal loss to View Park Prep at Crenshaw High on Saturday night. “We came out a little flat,” Renaissance Academy coach Sid Cooke said. “That trip to Fresno on Tuesday took a lot out of us. Yader couldn’t really get going with the groin injury. It’s been a long season.” Things got worse in the third quarter when the Knights went on a 15-4 run and pushed the lead to as many as 16 points. Junior Jason Pruitt, a transfer from Artesia and younger brother of USC guard Gabe Pruitt, scored 10 points in the quarter and finished with 27 points to lead View Park Prep. Renaissance sorely missed the always reliable Thomas. All season long, Thomas facilitated the offense and was a reliable outside shooter. Thomas played sparingly and only for short stints, but he couldn’t put weight on the ankle or cut effectively, which limited his productivity on the court. “He was averaging over 20points in the playoffs and was breaking people down,” Cooke said. “Not having Josh was a huge loss tonight.” Renaissance Academy trailed by as many as 22points early in the fourth quarter. The Wildcats made a furious rally, keyed by baskets from Justin Cook, Harold and two 3-pointers from Combs. The Wildcats ended the game on a 27-9 run, but it was too little, too late. The Wildcats made problems only worse right after the opening tip with several turnovers and missed layups – giving up too many second and third chances to the Knights. Despite the deficiencies, Renaissance Academy used an 8-2 second-quarter run and then first-half points from sophomore Hector Harold to trail 25-21 at halftime.
Donegal County Council has yet to receive more than €160,000 in unpaid parking fines over the last two years to date, it has emerged. Figures obtained by Donegal Daily under the Freedom of Information Act show the local authority is yet to receive money owed for more than 2000 unpaid parking tickets in the county.Between 2018 and 2019 (to date) 2,135 ticket fines were issued and unpaid within Donegal amounting to a total of €162,160. Once a fixed charge notice is issued, payments are expected to be made within 28 days with fines ranging between €40 – €150 for offences such as fixed charge offences, non-display of tax disc or for the illegal parking in a disabled bayIf payment is not received within 28 days, the fixed charge amount will increase by 50% and payment should be made within a further period of 28 days.In cases where parking fines remain unpaid, the local authority ordinarily initiates court proceedings against the registered owner.Thousands of cases come before the district court every year relating to the non-payment of fines. In its response to the FOI request, a council spokesperson said that “every effort is made to pursue all outstanding fixed charge notices up to and including court proceedings.”Park and hide: Drivers in Donegal costing council more than €160,000 in unpaid parking fines was last modified: October 24th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:parking fine
Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… We at ReadWriteWeb believe that innovation is a global business (as we noted in an earlier post on the Global Innovation Graph). The “death of distance” – the notion that the Internet makes location irrelevant – may be an exaggeration. Face to face always matters, and that will happen where hubs of expertise and capital emerge. Silicon Valley will likely remain the uber-hub for a long time. But the Internet does dramatically make it possible for an entrepreneur to start from anywhere and assemble a dream team of experts, partners, and customers from anywhere else. Innovation is not just a Valley story or a US story: it is a global story. And we want to write more about this exciting story. In this post, we’ll tell you a bit about how we are starting to do that.Language MattersEnglish is the de facto lingua franca of global business (pardon the Latin). If you want to do business globally, you have to be able to speak and write English. But most of the world’s conversations occur in other languages. We want ReadWriteWeb to be a venue for conversations about innovation not just in English but in all major languages. We want to hear stories about innovation in those languages by people who live and work in those countries. We also want some of those stories to be translated back into English for a global audience – English serving as the hub, as it were.Our Trailblazing Site in France bernard lunn ReadWriteWeb France is blazing a trail that we want to follow into other countries. Web innovators in France can now read a selection of posts from ReadWriteWeb in French. Fabrice Epelboin and his team translate ReadWriteWeb posts into French, localize the stories, adding bits that make them relevant to France, and create new stories specific to France. Some of these stories are clearly important to readers outside of France, and we will be bringing these to our global audience. One example is Fabrice’s crusade against the Hadopi law. The law is specific to France, but the issues are global, and other governments are working on similar issues that could have alarming outcomes. We hope that ReadWriteWeb becomes both a local and global voice on issues such as this.5 Other Country Versions in the PipelineVersions of ReadWriteWeb are currently being created for:ChinaKoreaSpainHollandBrazilIn each country, we are working with an entrepreneur who is passionate about Web technology.These countries are all large economies. We already know how many people from these countries read our content in English. Many more will read and engage if the content is in their local language.Engagement is critical. Reading is easier than writing. Many people are comfortable reading a post in a foreign language: even if they don’t understand everything, they at least get critical information that is not available in their native language. But writing a comment and engaging in a conversation is much harder in a foreign language.Why We Naturally Take a Global ViewMany people assume, looking at our content, that ReadWriteWeb is based in Silicon Valley. We are not. We do have writers in the Valley, and we congregate there frequently for major events. But ReadWriteWeb’s founder and editor, Richard MacManus, is based in New Zealand. Our COO, Bernard Lunn, is based in New York but is a Brit who was born in Berlin and has lived and worked all around the world. We are a networked business, with no single location, using the online tools that we write about to run our business. So viewing anywhere in the world as a good place to report from and not regarding any place as “foreign” comes natural to us. Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#news#web
Some idea of basic face structures and shapes can be helpful while applying make-up. Not every kind of make-up suit every face. It is important to know about what suits which face type and in the right balance. Use of correct techniques and tools can help achieve the best results. Here’s what goes well with the most common face shapes. Round: This face shape makes you look youthful. Bronzer should be applied on the entire outer parameter of the face and under the cheekbones. Highlight on the bridge of the nose, center of the forehead, high points of the cheeks, underneath the brow bone, Cupid’s bow, and on the chin. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainHeart Shape: This face shape is easy to balance. Apply bronzer on the forehead blending out towards the temples and underneath the cheekbones. Highlight on the bridge of the nose, cheekbones, underneath the brow bone, onto the jawline, Cupid’s bow, and on the chin. Square Shape: Forehead, cheekbones and jawline are almost of the same width. Soften the strong lines by contouring temples and jaw areas, apply blush in the hollows of the cheeks. Also, highlight high points of cheeks and temples. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardOval Shape: There is equal distance between chin to forehead and cheek to cheek. Bronzer should be applied at the top of the forehead, along the bottom of the cheekbones blended up toward the temple, under the chin blended up, and across the bridge of the nose. Highlight the cheekbones, on the brow bone, the tip of the nose, and Cupid’s bow. Avoid highlighting the forehead and chin, which will add height. Triangular/Pear Shape: The face has a broad jawline and cheeks can be wider than the eye area. Contour the sides of the cheek area and add a little under the eyes if necessary to sculpt the cheekbones and bring them forward.
New Delhi: It seems cancer has deeply invaded the lives of those stricken by the deadly disease in the country as liver cancer has become more prominent among Indians due to poor lifestyle.Even though liver cancer has become a major contributor to the deaths occurring due to the disease, people pay the least attention in taking care of the important organ that performs over 200 tasks to keep our body healthy. With the view to draw the attention of masses towards the importance of the vital organ, the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) has made an attempt to create awareness about the prime causes of liver disease through cartoons. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghThe awareness project, which is a part of the Empathy Campaign of the institute, is prepared under the direction of ILBS director SK Sarin, who has an appetite for creating awareness of live diseases through artworks. As Empathy campaign is focused on generating community dialogue for empowering people against Hepatitis B & C, the institute invited people across the globe to participate in the cartoon contest over the importance of liver with the tagline ‘no time for liver.’ According to Sarin, artworks captures the aesthetic aspect of science describing a scientific truth in a simplistic way and people can see it and understand it in a way that is much more accessible and relatable to them. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadCommenting on the initiative, project in-charge Deepti Dubey said, “The contest, which was started on July 10 to August 15, received 394 entries from India and 365 entries from 40 countries on the subject and participants range from 13 years to 77 years.” The campaign, which is supported by Airport’s Authority of India, is showcasing all the selected artworks at an exhibition cum awareness generation platform on Tuesday. According to the government estimates, India has 50 million people infected with viral Hepatitis B and C. However, a majority of them do not know that they are infected as the symptoms are not visible in the early stages.
Angels Vision Society in New Delhi encompasses various spheres which include promotion of culture, preservation of bio diversity and contribution towards education for the underprivileged. The society in its fifth year, along with Salkia Natyanab, recently organised pre-birth centenary celebration of Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay. In his memory, a drama festival was organised at Jogesh Mime Academy, in the city of joy, where one witnessed plays like, ‘Nei Ami Nei Ami’, ‘Bhooter Ghore Bhootnath’, ‘Shamaantaraal’, ‘Chaarbaak Shutro’, ‘Kaalpurush’, ‘Duto Din’. Also Read – The Puja carnivalThe event was inaugurated by eminent Director Raja Sen, followed by a mesmerising performance by Sagnik Sen and Anubha Sen. Late Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay, was one of the most cinematised authors of Bengali literature. His novels have been translated to other Indian languages, and transformed into cinematic grandeur. “I have been associated with Angels Vision for years now, and it’s a great honour to be present at my late father’s pre-birth centenary celebration. This is the first time they have organised it in Kolkata, so it has to be special. I hope Kolkata would embrace this festival with open arms,” said Sarbani Mukhopadhyay, daughter of Late Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay.