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22 Apr 19
A Modicum of Fun

Last time I covered getting to the point of having the rotor installed into the gearbox.  Here we’ll look at making it actually work in that configuration. When I first got the rotor in place, it was clearly not centered properly.  Although much closer than in the plastic gearbox, it did interfere with the stator […]

22 Apr 19
The Fictional Reader

Title: The Way of Kings Series: Stormlight Archive #1 Author: Brandon Sanderson Published in 2010 by Tor Genre: epic fantasy (adult) Rating: ★★★★★ – a new favorite I long for the days before the Last Desolation. Before the Heralds abandoned us and the Knights Radiant turned against us. When there was still magic in Roshar and […]

22 Apr 19
Breeze The Writer

It was fun being in elementary school, but one day it ended. She thought it would never end. Her child’s mind imagined her life Stretched to the end of time at her school, the grades getting Higher but somehow she never got older. There would always Be a silly day to dress up, always recess, […]

22 Apr 19
Lyon and Beyond

You’re currently looking at a coffee tinted macaron with chocolate ganache and salted butter caramel filling and roasted peanut center. A tiny sandwich from heaven or perhaps the pit of sinful desserts. I like to think I’m decently adept in the kitchen. I’m no culinary master, but I can whip up a mean batch of […]

22 Apr 19
Global News

“There was a lot of blood. One woman’s legs were mangled. I had never seen flesh torn apart like that,” he said in a recent interview, choking up. “At this point for me, I’m really seeing a lot of death, a lot of people who were going about their day and unnecessarily died or were injured.”

22 Apr 19
National fellowship of Christian pharmacy students (Unilag chapter)

So this is the climax of Christ journey how that he is risen and having ascended to heaven he’s both Lord and Christ His sufferings death and crucifixion on the cross of Calvary was all about you. Yes he went through all that just for you but now he’s risen and now the narrative has […]

22 Apr 19
TIME

The Bien Hoa air base is said to be the “largest remaining hotspot” of contamination

22 Apr 19
Facts and Trends

The global aviation warning lights market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period. According to the report, the global market would continue to be influenced by a range of macroeconomic and market-specific factors in the near future. Increasing demand for high-rise skyscrapers and government regulations and policies to increase adoption of […]

22 Apr 19
Mags Forum Technology

What I tried to increase VRAM: 1) Setting config option to svga.minVRAMSize = 8388608 or svga.minVRAM8MB = “1” vmotion.checkpointSVGAPrimarySize = “33554432” svga.guestBackedPrimaryAware = “TRUE” vmotion.checkpointFBSize = “4194304” or svga.autodetect = “FALSE” svga.vramSize = “16777216” 2) Add lines in vmx file like below mks.dx11.driverType = “unknown” mks.dx11.vendorID = 0x10de Summary of the specifications: Host OS version: […]

22 Apr 19
proaccountingweb

Installation errors while installing the software on the desktop can be quite common. It can be really easy to download as for downloading only internet connection is required by when you are about to install the software in the system, it usually depends on the operating system requirements. If the system requirements are met and […]

22 Apr 19
Daniel's Blog

Ok so i went on a cruise ship with my mom’s colleagues and my family and on the ship the guide told us about fijian history and this is what i got from just listening to him, im pretty sure his name was mark. So mark said that on the 1870s or 1874 from what […]

22 Apr 19
itsaboutthestory.wordpress.com

Nickeled and dimed: scraped bare In honor of the dead I will continue to despise and in some cases, hate you I will not laugh at your jokes, accept your love, or call you by name Don’t bother with your olive branches, don’t waste your energy selecting them, lifting them, stretching your arm to give […]

22 Apr 19
Blog della III B

We like social media. We like it because we feel better when we use it. It is our free time. It is relaxing and we are funny when we play video games. Social media is like a drug. This produce dopamine, which is a chemical that’s associated with pleasures. WHERE IS LOVE ? Teenagers want […]

22 Apr 19
health and medical

For the last 30 years, Benefits of Viagra are evident and the pharmaceutical drug has become very popular. This drug was not actually developed to treat this disease. It was used to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension, which leads to a decrease in the overall blood pressure of the body. This should be taken a minimum […]

22 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
IF Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was a year into the Manchester United job, he would be sacked for losing six games in eight. Arsene Wenger always used to say that losing two games on the trot was a “crisis” and losing three in a row was a “super crisis” to avoid at all costs. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watched United get taken apart by Everton United’s bruising defeat at Barcelona, followed by a 4-0 thumping at Everton, ensures the pressure is cranked up ahead of Wednesday’s derby at OT. Now that that Solskjaer has the gig, he appears to be overwhelmed by the size of managing one of the three biggest clubs in the world. BORED of the title race? Imagine watching football in one of the continent’s big four leagues. Juventus wrapped up their eighth straight Serie A title at the weekend. Paris Saint Germain’s victory over Monaco sealed yet another Ligue 1 title for the big-spending French side. Barcelona are about to win La Liga and – surprise – Bayern Munich will soon get their hands on the Bundesliga title again. Here in the Premier League, Manchester City are fighting to become the first team to defend the title since Manchester United in 2009. Not only does that underline the strength of the Premier League, it also makes you realise what a competitive title race this has become. CHELSEA BLAGGER EVEN Eden Hazard will wonder how he ended up on the PFA player of the year shortlist. This has not been a vintage season for the Real Madrid-bound forward, but reputation alone influenced the voting of his fellow professionals. The omission of last year’s winner Mo Salah, joint leading scorer in the Premier League alongside Sergio Aguero, is a shocking oversight by the sport’s pros. Heung Min-Son, outstanding in a Spurs shirt again this season with his ceaseless running and crucial goals, is another glaring omission from the list. SOMETHING upset Mo Salah at the end of Liverpool’s 2-0 victory at Cardiff. The Liverpool forward, who won the 81st minute penalty converted by James Milner, walked straight off the pitch at the final whistle. Salah did not bother shaking hands with the opposition and the only person to get to him before he disappeared was Liverpool chief Jurgen Klopp. Salah’s mood swings will be a concern in the final weeks of a season that suggests something is eating away at the mercurial forward behind the scenes. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] SCOTT PARKER deserves a crack at the Fulham job after picking up another win. Although they looked short of confidence and ideas when he replaced Claudio Ranieri, he has picked up two decent results on the spin. Victory over Everton at Craven Cottage, followed by victory at Bournemouth on Saturday, suggests Parker’s methods have some merit Parker, who was assistant to Ranieri, has already made it clear he wants the gig full-time next season. After these two wins, he is well on the way to getting it. [bc_video video_id=”6028504033001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Watch all of the action from Sunday’s Premier League highlights”]