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Bangladesh vs New Zealand, 1st Test Day 3: Kane Williamson's onslaught, Tom Latham's ton and other highlights 01/14/17, via Cricket Country

Kane Williamson's onslaught: Coming in at No. 3, Kane Williamson displayed no nervous energies in the middle. New Zealand were still 540 runs away from Bangladesh's total. Williamson took on the bowlers from the the time he arrived at the crease, 

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Rep. Vic Gilliam resigns 01/30/17, via Pamplin Media Group

He defeated Tom Kane in the November election. Oregon law dictates that in the event of a vacancy in the Legislature, the board of county commissioners or county courts representing the vacant seat must select a replacement. In this case, House

KU Alumni Profile: Tom Kane

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHgwu5hXRcU

Tom Kane is an accomplished voice-over actor and 1984 KU alumnus with a degree in television and film production. In addition to many commercials and.

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Chinese Grand Strategy and Maritime Power

Chinese Grand Strategy and Maritime Power

Published by Psychology Press 2016

ISBN 0714652822,9780714652825
158 pages

"Having introduced this important argument, Thomas Kane goes on to discuss the concept of grand strategy, explaining how political leaders have traditionally set their states on courses of national expansion. This discussion casts light on why it is reasonable to think that a country such as China is pursuing such a program today. Although the PRC's economic requirements and internal political disputes complicate its government's attempts at long-term military planning, other states have overcome similar problems, and evidence suggests that Beijing's leaders are beginning to do so as well.".


UCD EGA Autumn Panel Discussion on 'Engineering Research and Job Creation'

However the impending Budget 2016 intervened requiring her attendance at a Cabinet Meeting last Thursday evening and her speech was very ably read by Sean Kyne TD Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Natural Resources. Minister Kyne, like the Minister is a native of Co Galway and is a UCD Masters Graduate in Agricultural Science. He too is interested in the innovation and jobs area where he recently participated in a similar event with Minister Mitchell O'Connor to launch CURAM - a joint Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) research project on medical devices led by NUIG with... The Minister's speech was full of reference to the national importance of engineering research now substantially funded by SFI. 'Engineers make the world go round' he stated 'from the creation of everyday things like buildings, transport, water supply, iPhones and medical devices like artery stents and the means of keyhole surgery'. He also placed the evening’s event firmly in the context of Enterprise 2025 – the Government’s plan for enterprise and job creation over the coming decade. Our successful enterprises will be competitive, productive and globally connected, enabled by our entrepreneurial and innovative culture that is embodied in people, place and Government he stated. The Panel Discussion was led by UCD Vice President for Research Enterprise and Innovation Prof Orla Feely who outlined the current research landscape in UCD. She also traced the history of economic development from the founding of the Irish State linking to the development of UCD Engineering to the Royal College of Science in Merrion St which became the UCD School of Engineering in the 1920s following... Thereafter the State and the UCD School of Engineering developed in parallel from what is now the Taoiseach's Office in Merrion St. There UCD engineers like Dr Thomas McLoughlin was one its first graduates who set up the Ardnacrusha Hydroelectric... of Mechanical Engineering with important research on combustion engineers. Today’s research is focused on Food, ICT, Energy and Environment, Health, Culture, Economy and Society. She stated that it was important to consider both 'pure or basic research' and 'applied research' as part of the same continuum. 'They are part of a process to benefit both the economy and society' she told the packed auditorium. She explained how UCD is playing its part in fostering what she called the 'Irish technology ecosystem' not only nurturing talent but also providing support at all stages of the commercialisation process. In addition NovaUCD is the university's home for new ventures and entrepreneurs while NexusUCD is a new development offering office space to established innovation led companies who are collaborating with the UCD research base. Dr Curley traced the history of Innovation. 'Closed innovation is centralised and inward looking , while open innovation is externally focuses and collaborative' he stated. He described the Internet of Things Systems Research Lab in Intel at Leixlip which is used to validate research 'by developing open innovation ecosystems and partnerships to validate research through real world deployments and test beds. When high ambition and disruptive technology intersect, we get 'high expectation entrepreneurship' which when start-ups expect to employ at least 20 staff within five years. Prof Eoin Casey dealt with the commercialisation of university research. He said that a university can do the type of frontier/curiosity research that industry does not typically do, does not want to do or cannot do. However, partnership with industry are crucial and deliver enormous benefits for the economy. Both options can lead to very successful options in terms of job creation' he stated. Some can be successful chief technology officers or chief scientific officers, however. ” Casey went on to stress the importance of credibility in order for a spinout to raise money. “It’s also worth noting the timescales involved in developing a product – especially in capital-intensive technologies – and securing patents, which are a necessary evil in order for investors to take you seriously,” he said.

Source: UCD Engineering Graduates Association Presidents's Blog
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Pre-eminent of the Big Bands, Vol. 2

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Personnel: Benny Goodman (clarinet); Peggy Lee, Art Lund (vocals); Skippy Martin, Clint Neagley, Julie Schwartz, Sol Kane (alto saxophone); Vido Musso, George Berg (essence saxophone); Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone); Billy Butterfield, Jimmy Maxwell, Cootie Williams, Al Davis, Joe Ferrante, Bernie Privin (trumpet); Lou McGarity, Cutty Cutshall (trombone); Mel Powell (piano); Tom Morgan (guitar); John Simmons, Mort Stuhlmaker, Sid Weiss (acoustic bass); Sid Catlett, Ralph Collier (drums). Recorded in Chicago, Illinois on August 15 & 20, 1941 and in New York between September 25 at December 10, 1941. Includes liner notes by Richard M. Sudhalter. Digitally remastered by Larry Keyes (Sony Music Studios, New York, New York). This is divide of Columbia's Best Of The Big Bands series. When Peggy Lee made her first recording with Benny Goodman's orchestra, she was 19 and appalled to death. The result, Elmer's Tune, is one she probably wished were lost, but the other 15 recordings on this CD (all from 1941) find her improving month by month, struggling gamely fully the difficult Eddie Sauter and Mel Powell arrangements. Many of these titles were formerly rare and offer an interesting look at the prematurely Peggy Lee. ~ Scott Yanow

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Army Photography Contest - 2007 - FMWRC - Arts and Crafts - A Plumpish Proportion
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Army Photography Contest - 2007 - FMWRC - Arts and Crafts - Eye of the Holder Photo By: SGT Pablo Piedra To learn more about the annual U.S. Army Photography Competition, visit us online at www.armymwr.com U.S. Army Arts and Crafts History After World War I the reductions to the Army left the United States with a small force. The War Department faced monumental challenges in preparing for World War II. One of those challenges was soldier morale. Recreational activities for off duty time would be important. The arts and crafts program informally evolved to augment the needs of the War Department. On January 9, 1941, the Secretary of War, Henry L. Stimson, appointed Frederick H. Osborn, a prominent U.S. businessman and philanthropist, Chairman of the War Department Committee on Education, Recreation and Community Service. In 1940 and 1941, the United States involvement in World War II was more of sympathy and anticipation than of action. However, many different types of...
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