Likely

21 Jul 19
Random Thought Beam

TIL that the city where I come from, has the highest number of captive Elephants in the State, which is the second largest holder in the country, followed by Assam. Let me talk a bit about elephants. It blows my mind to think that these gigantic beasts and I exist on the same planet, at […]

21 Jul 19
The Tolkienic Song of Ice and Fire

I’ve noticed some parallels between the 13 children of Jaehaerys and Alysanne from TWOIAF and Fire and Blood and Garth Greenhand’s 13 notable children from TWOIAF. The similarities are the strongest in the following pairs: Baelon & John, Saera & Florys, Alyssa & Rose, Viserra & Gilbert, Maegelle & Maris, Daella & Ellyn. It is […]

21 Jul 19

Stamp Digest

Years of Halley’s Comet – Stamps of Suriname 1986. Halley’s Comet is a short period comet visible every 75-76 years. It last appeared in 1986 and the next appearance is likely on 28 July 2061. It was discovered in 1758 by Edmond Halley and hence the name Halley’s Comet. Suriname issued two stamps on 05 […]

21 Jul 19
Never too old to skate

I don’t have a vast array of tricks under my belt yet, but I’ve noticed a pattern that’s started to form. In the last post I talked about the 4 stages of learning a skate trick, and the point at which you realise you have it, but it’s still a long way from perfect. What […]

21 Jul 19

NEWS ON TIME

Confirmation of The CJN, Senate’s disservice to the nation editor, This Day, July 21, 2019 2:54 Am Justice Muhammad’s confirmation has created image and credibility problems for the senate and the judiciary. There are clear issues of fitness and requisite qualification for the serious job of the Chief Justice of any country. Sadly, in the […]

21 Jul 19
Pakistan News Shows, Debates and Discussion

WASHINGTON: Looking for that perfect recipe, or a new flavor combination that delights the senses? Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial intelligence to better understand the dynamics of flavor, aroma and other factors that go into making a food product a success. Earlier this year, IBM became a surprise entrant to the […]

21 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

A long-awaited government review will lead to a critical ruling on whether the controversial Chinese technology company Huawei may build 5G networks in the UK. According to industry sources, this move means that the company, which is already building networks for EE and Vodafone, can continue to develop and distribute 5G technology in the UK. […]

21 Jul 19
CultureSwerve

The Council’s Climate Change Policy was passed by Council on the 8th July. Given the overwhelming public support for action on climate change, this is as it should be. This policy is an overarching policy that provides for Council to begin the process of planning for the myriad different impacts of global warming. Council will collect […]

21 Jul 19
Landscape

My project proposal for assignment 5. My intention is to photograph a selection of Bowling Greens in South Ayrshire with the emphasis on their setting within the wider, surrounding countryside. I aim to shoot at least  greens, at Barrhill, my home village, Barr, Ballantrae , Newton Stewart, Creetown, Girvan, Maybole, Cumnock, Dalry among others.  I […]

21 Jul 19
The Life of Doherty 321

There are a lot of goals we have in life, many of which involve making a lot of money. Like it or not, money is a dominant force in this world, and if you don’t have any, you’re going to struggle just to get by. If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at internet […]

21 Jul 19
Just Sayin'

Elena Lacey; Getty Images When you think of malware, it’s understandable if your mind first goes to elite hackers launching sophisticated dragnets. But unless you’re being targeted by a nation-state or advanced crime syndicate, you’re unlikely to encounter these ultra-technical threats yourself. Run-of-the-mill profit-generating malware, on the other hand, is rampant. And the type you’re […]

21 Jul 19
The Life of Doherty 321

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21 Jul 19
Paradise Post
SANTA CLARA — Training camp commences Friday for the 49ers, but not before we open the mailbag and answer fans’ questions submitted via Twitter and Instagram: Is Nick Bosa ready to go? (@trigger_finger_82) Bosa, the No. 2 overall draft pick, still has to sign his rookie contract, as does second-round pick Deebo Samuel. Don’t sweat it, yet. The 49ers haven’t had a high draft pick hold out since the rookie wage scale arrived in 2011. Solomon Thomas, the No. 3 pick in 2017, signed during the first practice of camp. Last year, Mike McGlinchey penned his contract with a few days to spare, and camp opened with Dante Pettis making his deal. Joey Bosa, Nick’s brother and the No. 3 pick in 2016, signed after a four-week impasse, but that was with the Chargers, not the 49ers, and that is a big difference. Then again, hamstring injuries apparently run in the family. Do holdouts? Tick. Tock. Are Kwon Alexander and Jason Verrett going to be cleared? (@kellysbcf) All players, that we know of, should be cleared for action as camp begins. However, the 49ers still might put some on injury-related lists (see: physically unable to perform) in case they may need to stash players for later in the season. Neither Alexander nor Verrett practiced in the offseason program, and once cleared, they likely will be eased into action. Nick Mullens or C. J. Beathard? (@allen_hakopian) If it really matters who is the No. 2 quarterback, yikes, that means Jimmy Garoppolo has had a setback in his knee recovery. Mullens outperformed Beathard in games last season. Don’t rule out Beathard, however, as the 2017 third-round pick could win the backup job through precision practices and encouraging exhibitions. Is George Kittle going to do as good as or even better than last year? (@MelanieDinjaski) He’s been working out as if he had zero yards last season, not the most ever in a season by a tight end (1,377). As phenomenal as it would be to repeat that giant workload, the 49ers need wide receivers and running back to cut into that and make Shanahan’s offense more variable. Can Kentavius Street turn heads in training camp? (@allen_haopian) Heads, torsos, running backs, barbells, anything. As a super-strong defensive tackle, Street will take part in his first training camp. He is part of the 49ers’ ACL Comeback Tour, headlined by Garoppolo, Alexander and Jerick McKinnon. With deep depth at wide receiver, do you see a good position battle? (@jmitchtheprodigy) Health could be the deciding factor. Samuel and Dante Pettis are locks, and Marquise Goodwin likely is, too. A hot contest will be at slot receiver between Jordan Matthews, Trent Taylor and Richie James. Kendrick Bourne has worked hard to keep his job. Rookie Jalen Hurd (third-round pick) has to fit somewhere, either on the roster or injury list. Way-too-early guess: Pettis, Samuel, Goodwin, Taylor, Matthews, Hurd.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] How is that running back group looking? (@d3myle) Check back next week. If McKinnon is practicing for the first time since last training camp, it’ll be a strong competition alongside Tevin Coleman and Matt Breida, plus proven producers Raheem Mostert and Jeffrey Wilson. Offensive line, will it hold and excel this season? (@Mikey0090) The 49ers don’t just have an O-line. They have “The Bro-Line,” a band of brothers in which all five starters return from last season. That familiarity and cohesion is vital. One more thing, Mikey: careful combining the word “hold” and offensive linemen, or a flag is coming your way next time you ask.
21 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

We all know that death in the Marvel film universe has become a relative process since anyone can be revived based on anything from the soul stone to the Quantum Realm, without including Stark Gauntlet and Infinity Stones. Some of the deaths seem definitive for now, although some of the characters are somewhere in the […]

21 Jul 19
The Reporter
SANTA CLARA — Training camp commences Friday for the 49ers, but not before we open the mailbag and answer fans’ questions submitted via Twitter and Instagram: Is Nick Bosa ready to go? (@trigger_finger_82) Bosa, the No. 2 overall draft pick, still has to sign his rookie contract, as does second-round pick Deebo Samuel. Don’t sweat it, yet. The 49ers haven’t had a high draft pick hold out since the rookie wage scale arrived in 2011. Solomon Thomas, the No. 3 pick in 2017, signed during the first practice of camp. Last year, Mike McGlinchey penned his contract with a few days to spare, and camp opened with Dante Pettis making his deal. Joey Bosa, Nick’s brother and the No. 3 pick in 2016, signed after a four-week impasse, but that was with the Chargers, not the 49ers, and that is a big difference. Then again, hamstring injuries apparently run in the family. Do holdouts? Tick. Tock. Are Kwon Alexander and Jason Verrett going to be cleared? (@kellysbcf) All players, that we know of, should be cleared for action as camp begins. However, the 49ers still might put some on injury-related lists (see: physically unable to perform) in case they may need to stash players for later in the season. Neither Alexander nor Verrett practiced in the offseason program, and once cleared, they likely will be eased into action. Nick Mullens or C. J. Beathard? (@allen_hakopian) If it really matters who is the No. 2 quarterback, yikes, that means Jimmy Garoppolo has had a setback in his knee recovery. Mullens outperformed Beathard in games last season. Don’t rule out Beathard, however, as the 2017 third-round pick could win the backup job through precision practices and encouraging exhibitions. Is George Kittle going to do as good as or even better than last year? (@MelanieDinjaski) He’s been working out as if he had zero yards last season, not the most ever in a season by a tight end (1,377). As phenomenal as it would be to repeat that giant workload, the 49ers need wide receivers and running back to cut into that and make Shanahan’s offense more variable. Can Kentavius Street turn heads in training camp? (@allen_haopian) Heads, torsos, running backs, barbells, anything. As a super-strong defensive tackle, Street will take part in his first training camp. He is part of the 49ers’ ACL Comeback Tour, headlined by Garoppolo, Alexander and Jerick McKinnon. With deep depth at wide receiver, do you see a good position battle? (@jmitchtheprodigy) Health could be the deciding factor. Samuel and Dante Pettis are locks, and Marquise Goodwin likely is, too. A hot contest will be at slot receiver between Jordan Matthews, Trent Taylor and Richie James. Kendrick Bourne has worked hard to keep his job. Rookie Jalen Hurd (third-round pick) has to fit somewhere, either on the roster or injury list. Way-too-early guess: Pettis, Samuel, Goodwin, Taylor, Matthews, Hurd.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] How is that running back group looking? (@d3myle) Check back next week. If McKinnon is practicing for the first time since last training camp, it’ll be a strong competition alongside Tevin Coleman and Matt Breida, plus proven producers Raheem Mostert and Jeffrey Wilson. Offensive line, will it hold and excel this season? (@Mikey0090) The 49ers don’t just have an O-line. They have “The Bro-Line,” a band of brothers in which all five starters return from last season. That familiarity and cohesion is vital. One more thing, Mikey: careful combining the word “hold” and offensive linemen, or a flag is coming your way next time you ask.
21 Jul 19
Turbo Charged

Earlier this week, we were all sitting around at a late breakfast, when Flatlander asked me what day of the week it was. “Is it Tuesday or Wednesday?”, he asked, because he doesn’t carry a watch or even a phone. Cheetah stirred in the background. After checking my watch I announced it was Friday. “WHAT?” […]

21 Jul 19
Daily Democrat
SANTA CLARA — Training camp commences Friday for the 49ers, but not before we open the mailbag and answer fans’ questions submitted via Twitter and Instagram: Is Nick Bosa ready to go? (@trigger_finger_82) Bosa, the No. 2 overall draft pick, still has to sign his rookie contract, as does second-round pick Deebo Samuel. Don’t sweat it, yet. The 49ers haven’t had a high draft pick hold out since the rookie wage scale arrived in 2011. Solomon Thomas, the No. 3 pick in 2017, signed during the first practice of camp. Last year, Mike McGlinchey penned his contract with a few days to spare, and camp opened with Dante Pettis making his deal. Joey Bosa, Nick’s brother and the No. 3 pick in 2016, signed after a four-week impasse, but that was with the Chargers, not the 49ers, and that is a big difference. Then again, hamstring injuries apparently run in the family. Do holdouts? Tick. Tock. Are Kwon Alexander and Jason Verrett going to be cleared? (@kellysbcf) All players, that we know of, should be cleared for action as camp begins. However, the 49ers still might put some on injury-related lists (see: physically unable to perform) in case they may need to stash players for later in the season. Neither Alexander nor Verrett practiced in the offseason program, and once cleared, they likely will be eased into action. Nick Mullens or C. J. Beathard? (@allen_hakopian) If it really matters who is the No. 2 quarterback, yikes, that means Jimmy Garoppolo has had a setback in his knee recovery. Mullens outperformed Beathard in games last season. Don’t rule out Beathard, however, as the 2017 third-round pick could win the backup job through precision practices and encouraging exhibitions. Is George Kittle going to do as good as or even better than last year? (@MelanieDinjaski) He’s been working out as if he had zero yards last season, not the most ever in a season by a tight end (1,377). As phenomenal as it would be to repeat that giant workload, the 49ers need wide receivers and running back to cut into that and make Shanahan’s offense more variable. Can Kentavius Street turn heads in training camp? (@allen_haopian) Heads, torsos, running backs, barbells, anything. As a super-strong defensive tackle, Street will take part in his first training camp. He is part of the 49ers’ ACL Comeback Tour, headlined by Garoppolo, Alexander and Jerick McKinnon. With deep depth at wide receiver, do you see a good position battle? (@jmitchtheprodigy) Health could be the deciding factor. Samuel and Dante Pettis are locks, and Marquise Goodwin likely is, too. A hot contest will be at slot receiver between Jordan Matthews, Trent Taylor and Richie James. Kendrick Bourne has worked hard to keep his job. Rookie Jalen Hurd (third-round pick) has to fit somewhere, either on the roster or injury list. Way-too-early guess: Pettis, Samuel, Goodwin, Taylor, Matthews, Hurd.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] How is that running back group looking? (@d3myle) Check back next week. If McKinnon is practicing for the first time since last training camp, it’ll be a strong competition alongside Tevin Coleman and Matt Breida, plus proven producers Raheem Mostert and Jeffrey Wilson. Offensive line, will it hold and excel this season? (@Mikey0090) The 49ers don’t just have an O-line. They have “The Bro-Line,” a band of brothers in which all five starters return from last season. That familiarity and cohesion is vital. One more thing, Mikey: careful combining the word “hold” and offensive linemen, or a flag is coming your way next time you ask.