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22 Jan 19
saikiranSite

Mount Everest, known in Nepali as Sagarmatha (सगरमाथा) and in Tibetan as Chomolungma (ཇོ་མོ་གླང་མ), is Earth’s highest mountainabove sea level,

22 Jan 19
Wild's Crew

After returning from my skiing Holiday I decided the third eBOOK, with the lyrics from 2018, was ready to publish and so rushed a cover and uploaded the Content.

22 Jan 19
Fashion

Wapmaxi Time To Change 2015Accessorizing watches – bracelet recommendations? https://i.imgur.com/ZisOa6a.jpgMens Hair Styles 2015 Submitted by thediesel17

22 Jan 19
The Lotus Blooms in The Mud

This is a post I wrote in 2016, and it is just as pertinent now. Hatred Will Never Let You Face the Beast in Man Lisa Ernst Buddha taught us that we must cultivate compassion for all beings, without exception. This doesn’t mean that we stand by passively while people trample over us, compassion isn’t […]

22 Jan 19
Into the Future of Technology

Technical Support Tech support is generally what most non-IT folk think of when they imagine an information technology department. These types of IT experts main job is to provide expert troubleshooting advice to clients. Technical support typically handles both hardware and software issues at the user level, helping out the less tech-savvy with their computer […]

22 Jan 19

Results, results, results! Every time a campaign is launched, a post made, or a page made live, social media experts and even clients make the success of that trend about numbers. The rate of any social media activity is only boiled down to the number of likes on the page. Every activity on social media […]

22 Jan 19
Jamie Lawhorn's Blog

Share in Sirius Minerals (LSE: SXX) are down by 4% at the time of writing on Tuesday, after the firm admitted it still hasn’t secured any of the $3.6bn (£2.9bn) funding needed to complete the development of the Woodsmith polyhalite mine in North Yorkshire. For shareholders who’ve seen the fertiliser firm’s stock fall by nearly […]

22 Jan 19
Our Modern Heritage with Jodi Chaffee

I asked Jessica how self-care isn’t selfish, and she said that actually it might be! Why not?! We are all worthy of having our needs met. We also need to be capable of modeling what it looks like take care of our needs and be thriving adults. Sometimes we need to actually be willing to […]

22 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
A POLICE watchdog has revealed that a vulnerable man was wrongly described as “safe and well in custody” – hours before his body was found in Musselburgh Harbour. A Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (Pirc) report into the incident was published today. Darran Everett was found in October 2017 It’s understood that the organisation had been commissioned to examine the events around the grim discovery of Darran Everett’s  body in East Lothian on October 13, 2017. The report established the 25-year-old had been arrested on October 10 having caused a disturbance in the grounds of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He was taken to St Leonard’s Police Station in Edinburgh, where he told police staff he was suicidal and a Vulnerability Assessment Form was filled out. Having appeared in court on October 11 and being released on bail, he then returned to his partner’s flat the following day and was last seen at around 7pm when he left. His partner phoned police at around 11.16pm when he failed to return and asked if he was in custody. Cops probe young man found dead at harbour after contact with officers She was told he had not been arrested and she did not report him missing. The following morning, she phoned police again and told them he had gone missing the previous day, believing he might be in custody. A National Custody Database check confirmed he had been in custody earlier in the week and the custody sergeant advised the call handler he may have been remanded in jail. The grim discovery was made in Musselburgh The call handler relayed the information Darrran’s partner and advised her to contact his solicitor. The report stated the handler incorrectly told her the man was safe and well. On Friday October 13, the body was discovered by a member of the public near Musselburgh Harbour before he was taken to Edinburgh City Mortuary. Although a distinctive tattoo was noted on his right abdomen, the inquiries made by cops failed to identify him at the time. At around 11am on Saturday October 14, the man’s partner called Police Scotland again to say he had been missing for 48 hours. The woman said she had contacted the man’s solicitor who confirmed he had not been remanded to prison. She then said she wanted to report her partner as a vulnerable missing person. The man’s brother also contacted cops to report his concern and provided a description of Darran, which included a distinctive “ninja” tattoo on his stomach. A concern for person incident was raised and transferred to the area control room, which resulted in the body found near Musselburgh Harbour being identified as that of the man. A post-mortem examination determined he had died from drowning. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Police Scotland has said it has reviewed its process for dealing with calls about people in custody and has circulated a revised process to service centre staff nationally. The Pirc report indicates Police Scotland custody staff did not correctly complete the G4S Personal Escort Record form to highlight the man was suicidal or at risk of self-harm before his transfer into the care of G4S Court Custody and Prisoner Escort Services. It submitted a report to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service on June 11 last year with a summary of the findings published on Tuesday, with no recommendations made. [bc_video video_id=”5992271363001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”A woman and two young children found dead at a property in Bolton by police”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
22 Jan 19
RESPECTFUL INSOLENCE

In response to a massive measles outbreak, the Israel Ministry of Health has decided to crack down on antivaccine doctors. It’s about time, and I only wish we would do the same thing here in the US.

22 Jan 19
ALLNURSING PAPERS

Question 1 A for-profit hospital is more likely to specialize in which one of the following services? immunizations diagnostic radiology prenatal care emergency rooms drug detoxification 1.6667 points Question 2 A kidney cancer drug delays cancer progression for six months, with no known side effects. An estimated treatment cost is $54,000. What is the cost […]

22 Jan 19
cte Design & Creative Media

Announcements: Welcome to quarter 3! English @ 11:15 SkillsUSA T-shirt & pin design competition: Congratulations to Mercedes, Makayla, Nishan and Shamir – they are heading to states! CCV Adobe Creative Cloud class: The following students need their social security numbers in order to register for the class with Emmy: Noel, Chieftain and Brandon Wednesday (tomorrow) […]

22 Jan 19
Render unto Caesar: A Tax Blog by Susan Bakaawa

The OECD has endeavoured to neutralize the Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) effect of hybrid mismatch arrangements using measures that are summarized below from the OECD/G20 BEPS Project Neutralizing the Effects of Hybrid Mismatch Arrangements ACTION 2: 2015 Final Report. In order to appreciate these measures, we first have to understand what these hybrid arrangements […]

22 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

The Agence Santé Publique France advises eating less meat and processed products and favoring organic food. By Pascale Santi Posted today at 12:30, updated at 12:30 Time to Reading 3 min. Subscribers article TOBIAS SCHWARZ / AFP How to eat better and move more to be healthy? Public Health France (SPF) presented Tuesday, January 22, […]