Fashion Tips

24 Jul 19
NEWSBREAK LIVE

The heatwave of the Summer continues today. Weather officials released a heat advisory in Los Angeles County that is underway through 9 p.m. tonight. Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties are also being advised about the heatwave. As always, if you want to beat the heat, there are cooling centers across the City of […]

23 Jul 19
The Blackburn Memoirs

“Writers do not merely reflect and interpret life, they inform and shape life.” – E.B. White “Writing is the geometry of the soul.” – Plato NoctisBlackburn.comNoctis BlackburnJuly 23, 2019 In On Writing Well – The Classic Guide To Nonfiction, William Zinsser writes an easy-to-follow no-nonsense approach into the core essentials of writing. Providing a smattering […]

23 Jul 19
The Blogging of Hogan 032

Find Topic . Products To Market Online, He would come in, put his brief case down and start grumbling about his wife losing her factors. Permit me to give you some steps on where to begin and sustain your own an online success business. Nowadays people are generally conscious about fashion and style. Among so […]

23 Jul 19
Pro Finance Zone

I’m a little late to the cut the cord game that started a couple of years ago, but don’t they say better late than never?  It seemed to me that the topic of whether to subscribe to cable was a generational issue or one where you’d have to do a lot of work to gain […]

23 Jul 19
SAGE LAUNA

A Dozen Favourite Classes At present Tufts published its training offerings for any Fall 2016 term. Like made my way by means of each area, getting this first surface of upcoming semester’s curriculum, I thought here we are at each of the 23. 5 breaks I’ve considered while at Tufts. Below are my favorite 12, […]

23 Jul 19
The Blogging of Dall 998

You will want to talk to your mates and co-workers regarding how you dress. They can help you decide what you are carrying out that really works, and what you may want to transform about how precisely you outfit. Because they watch you every single day, they can be those you go to for advice. […]

23 Jul 19
Angelica Song

If you are studying abroad, I AM SO EXCITED FOR YOU!!! I can say after almost 4 months of traveling out of one checked bag and one backpack, this girl knows how to travel L I G H T. I traveled for 6.5 weeks straight, then started my 8 week study abroad program in the […]

23 Jul 19
The Blogging of Dall 998

Utter clothes may add a lot of gender interest your personal style, just ensure that you are comfy wearing these garments. Putting on see-through goods could make you look like more trashy than fashionable. Always remember to bring these shoes you intend on putting on into a party coupled when you shop for that perfect […]

23 Jul 19
BestySells

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23 Jul 19
journal of the source

I have memories of a very angry person shouting and screaming and loosing his disposition repeating the mistakes of others in a linear fashion. Besides that there is not much else to say except for the love I can convey to this figure who held my hand and marched me in the direction of playing […]

23 Jul 19
Scribble and Print

Getting motivated isn’t always easy. Life often gets in the way when we have things we want to do and you can very quickly find yourself caught up in the dishes, washing, sweeping, cooking, and all the other chores around the house. Being an adult means having a busy lifestyle, and sometimes you can forget […]

23 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] Khloe Kardashian / Instagram Move over, Kendall Jenner! There’s a new model in the family and her name is True Thompson. Khloe Kardashian took to Instagram on Tuesday to show off her 1-year-old daughter’s modeling skills, and in that same post, she teased her younger sister. “You guys I cant handle this! I’m so annoying I know but […]

23 Jul 19
The Blogging of Dall 998

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23 Jul 19
The Blogging of Dall 998

Don’t be scared to go up a dimensions if this indicates achieving the excellent suit. It might be quite stressful when you try on your common dimension only to discover it doesn’t fit. Don’t stress! Measurements vary from fashionable to fashionable and brand to manufacturer, therefore it is properly ok to increase a sizing from […]

23 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
A SHIP which sank 500 years ago has been found in almost perfect condition at the bottom of the freezing Baltic Sea. The “game changing” wreckage was found in the Baltic with its hull, mast and an “incredibly rare” tender boat used to ferry crew intact. The ship was discovered lying at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, 24 nautical miles from Sweden The ship was discovered by a team of archaeologists and scientists A team of archaeologists, including scientists from the University of Southampton, say the ship, which sailed the seas when Leonardo da Vinci was alive, has “great archaeological and historical significance”. Little is known of the ship, which dates from the times when Christopher Columbus reached the Americas, and has been dubbed okänt skepp, Swedish for unknown ship. It is older than the Mary Rose which sank in battle in 1545. The crew of the sunken ship could have abandoned ship or have died from disease five centuries ago, according to a maritime archaeologist. Dr Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz, maritime archaeologist for survey specialists MMT, said: “It’s almost like it sank yesterday – masts in place and hull intact.” “Still on the main deck is an incredibly rare find – the tender boat, used to ferry crew to and from the ship, leaning against the main mast. It’s a truly astonishing sight.” “It’s in international waters 24 nautical miles offshore from Sweden. “It’s literally in the middle of the Baltic. The deepest the sea bed dropped to was 140 metres. “We know it’s the oldest shipwreck in the Baltic. There’s no other ship in the world of this period like this. “We have older ships but they are only timbers or metal – we never have a ship like this with masts and anchors. [quote credit=”Dr Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz, maritime archaeologist “]It’s almost like it sank yesterday – masts in place and hull intact[/quote] “The ships that will be moving around will be smaller to those used by Columbus, they are smaller vessels that can do a little bit of everything – moving goods, people and also a bit of war. It would be like the prototype for later ships like the Mars or Mary Rose. “We have named it the okänt skepp, which is unknown ship, and the reason we did this is because at that time did not have names. This is so early that that tradition is not there – even if it was a name it won’t be a name that would be unique for it. “The crew would be 16 tops. The length is 16 metres and the masts are about 20 metres from the deck. “We don’t know what’s underneath – we don’t know how many decks there are. ” Dr Pacheco-Ruiz believed damage to the ship’s stern was probably caused by metals corroding in the saltwater leading to timbers coming apart – rather than an attack on the ship. On who were the crew and why the ship went down, he said: “That’s the hardest part I think and that’s something we will not be know until we have more samples. “It doesn’t look like it went down in a very dramatic fashion – it could be abandonment or the crew became diseased, they could have caught something and died and then it could be just floating. “What we want to do this is come back and sample some of these elements of the shipwreck like timbers to precisely date the shipwreck and then we can start chasing that a bit better.” He added: “The bits we know about these ships are historically speaking, drawings at the time and carvings. “We have some wooden models that were used to build the ships. But here we have the entire ship. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”15″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “It’s game changing because of the period it pertains to. “The technology and the equipment that you need to get to these places – it’s £50,000 a day for the ship vessel hire alone.” State-of-the-art underwater robotics were used to create images and video of the wreckage. The ship is older than the Mary Rose The wreck was discovered when surveys for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline were being made The ship is 16 metres in length with 20m long masts We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
23 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
A SHIP which sank 500 years ago has been found in almost perfect condition at the bottom of the freezing Baltic Sea. The “game changing” wreckage was found in the Baltic with its hull, mast and an “incredibly rare” tender boat used to ferry crew intact. The ship was discovered lying at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, 24 nautical miles from Sweden The ship was discovered by a team of archaeologists and scientists A team of archaeologists, including scientists from the University of Southampton, say the ship, which sailed the seas when Leonardo da Vinci was alive, has “great archaeological and historical significance”. Little is known of the ship, which dates from the times when Christopher Columbus reached the Americas, and has been dubbed okänt skepp, Swedish for unknown ship. It is older than the Mary Rose which sank in battle in 1545. The crew of the sunken ship could have abandoned ship or have died from disease five centuries ago, according to a maritime archaeologist. Dr Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz, maritime archaeologist for survey specialists MMT, said: “It’s almost like it sank yesterday – masts in place and hull intact.” “Still on the main deck is an incredibly rare find – the tender boat, used to ferry crew to and from the ship, leaning against the main mast. It’s a truly astonishing sight.” “It’s in international waters 24 nautical miles offshore from Sweden. “It’s literally in the middle of the Baltic. The deepest the sea bed dropped to was 140 metres. “We know it’s the oldest shipwreck in the Baltic. There’s no other ship in the world of this period like this. “We have older ships but they are only timbers or metal – we never have a ship like this with masts and anchors. [quote credit=”Dr Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz, maritime archaeologist “]It’s almost like it sank yesterday – masts in place and hull intact[/quote] “The ships that will be moving around will be smaller to those used by Columbus, they are smaller vessels that can do a little bit of everything – moving goods, people and also a bit of war. It would be like the prototype for later ships like the Mars or Mary Rose. “We have named it the okänt skepp, which is unknown ship, and the reason we did this is because at that time did not have names. This is so early that that tradition is not there – even if it was a name it won’t be a name that would be unique for it. “The crew would be 16 tops. The length is 16 metres and the masts are about 20 metres from the deck. “We don’t know what’s underneath – we don’t know how many decks there are. ” Dr Pacheco-Ruiz believed damage to the ship’s stern was probably caused by metals corroding in the saltwater leading to timbers coming apart – rather than an attack on the ship. On who were the crew and why the ship went down, he said: “That’s the hardest part I think and that’s something we will not be know until we have more samples. “It doesn’t look like it went down in a very dramatic fashion – it could be abandonment or the crew became diseased, they could have caught something and died and then it could be just floating. “What we want to do this is come back and sample some of these elements of the shipwreck like timbers to precisely date the shipwreck and then we can start chasing that a bit better.” He added: “The bits we know about these ships are historically speaking, drawings at the time and carvings. “We have some wooden models that were used to build the ships. But here we have the entire ship. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”14″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “It’s game changing because of the period it pertains to. “The technology and the equipment that you need to get to these places – it’s £50,000 a day for the ship vessel hire alone.” State-of-the-art underwater robotics were used to create images and video of the wreckage. The ship is older than the Mary Rose The wreck was discovered when surveys for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline were being made The ship is 16 metres in length with 20m long masts We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
23 Jul 19
The Sun
A SHIP which sank 500 years ago has been found in almost perfect condition at the bottom of the freezing Baltic Sea. The “game changing” wreckage was found in the Baltic with its hull, mast and an “incredibly rare” tender boat used to ferry crew intact. The ship was discovered lying at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, 24 nautical miles from Sweden The ship was discovered by a team of archaeologists and scientists A team of archaeologists, including scientists from the University of Southampton, say the ship, which sailed the seas when Leonardo da Vinci was alive, has “great archaeological and historical significance”. Little is known of the ship, which dates from the times when Christopher Columbus reached the Americas, and has been dubbed okänt skepp, Swedish for unknown ship. It is older than the Mary Rose which sank in battle in 1545. The crew of the sunken ship could have abandoned ship or have died from disease five centuries ago, according to a maritime archaeologist. Dr Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz, maritime archaeologist for survey specialists MMT, said: “It’s almost like it sank yesterday – masts in place and hull intact.” “Still on the main deck is an incredibly rare find – the tender boat, used to ferry crew to and from the ship, leaning against the main mast. It’s a truly astonishing sight.” “It’s in international waters 24 nautical miles offshore from Sweden. “It’s literally in the middle of the Baltic. The deepest the sea bed dropped to was 140 metres. “We know it’s the oldest shipwreck in the Baltic. There’s no other ship in the world of this period like this. “We have older ships but they are only timbers or metal – we never have a ship like this with masts and anchors. [quote credit=”Dr Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz, maritime archaeologist “]It’s almost like it sank yesterday – masts in place and hull intact[/quote] “The ships that will be moving around will be smaller to those used by Columbus, they are smaller vessels that can do a little bit of everything – moving goods, people and also a bit of war. It would be like the prototype for later ships like the Mars or Mary Rose. “We have named it the okänt skepp, which is unknown ship, and the reason we did this is because at that time did not have names. This is so early that that tradition is not there – even if it was a name it won’t be a name that would be unique for it. “The crew would be 16 tops. The length is 16 metres and the masts are about 20 metres from the deck. “We don’t know what’s underneath – we don’t know how many decks there are. ” Dr Pacheco-Ruiz believed damage to the ship’s stern was probably caused by metals corroding in the saltwater leading to timbers coming apart – rather than an attack on the ship. On who were the crew and why the ship went down, he said: “That’s the hardest part I think and that’s something we will not be know until we have more samples. “It doesn’t look like it went down in a very dramatic fashion – it could be abandonment or the crew became diseased, they could have caught something and died and then it could be just floating. “What we want to do this is come back and sample some of these elements of the shipwreck like timbers to precisely date the shipwreck and then we can start chasing that a bit better.” He added: “The bits we know about these ships are historically speaking, drawings at the time and carvings. “We have some wooden models that were used to build the ships. But here we have the entire ship. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”328″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “It’s game changing because of the period it pertains to. “The technology and the equipment that you need to get to these places – it’s £50,000 a day for the ship vessel hire alone.” State-of-the-art underwater robotics were used to create images and video of the wreckage. The ship is older than the Mary Rose The wreck was discovered when surveys for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline were being made The ship is 16 metres in length with 20m long masts We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.