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An 800-year-old campaign to help the poor continues this Friday evening with the annual missionary fund-raising Fior Ceili at the Franciscan Friary Hall in Rossnowlagh, outside Ballyshannon.Franciscans have been helping the poor and providing humanitarian relief around the world since founder Francis knelt in prayer to raise funds to repair a crumbling church outside Assisi in Italy in the early 13th century.Music at Friday’s ceili from 8pm to 11 pm will be provided by Ceili Time, a group formed by two McGlone brothers from Omagh. There will be a raffle and prizes and the €10 admission fee includes refreshments.Help the Ballyshannon Franciscan brothers help others was last modified: August 27th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BROTHERSdonegalFranciscan FriaryRossnowlagh
22 March 2006Swimming sensation Roland Schoeman finished off his assault at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne with another gold medal – this time in the 50 metres freestyle – while Babalwa Ndleleni captured bronze in the weightlifting to become the first black woman weightlifter to win a medal for South Africa.On the final day in the swimming pool, Schoeman clocked a fast 22.03 seconds to claim his third title after previous successes in the 50 metres butterfly and 4×100 metres freestyle relay. In so doing, he also established a new Commonwealth Games record, bettering the 22.30 recorded by Australian Brett Hawke at Manchester in 2002.‘I’m excited, it’s awesome’“I’m excited, it’s awesome,” Schoeman said after his third victory. “I knew I needed to have a better start in the final and fortunately I did.”Also in the pool, Midmar Mile champion Troyden Prinsloo picked up a bronze medal in the 1 500 metres freestyle, turning in a time of 15:11.08.Team South Africa impressed in the aquatic events, finishing with five golds, two silvers and five bronze medals in the water.Remarkable NdleleniBabalwa Ndleleni, competing in the 75 kilogram category, lifted a South African record 104 kilograms in the clean and jerk and 78 kilograms in the snatch for a total of 182 kilograms.What made Ndleleni’s success all the more remarkable was that she was ranked just sixteenth in the Commonwealth heading into the Games.Australia’s Deborah Lovely took gold with a total of 208 kilograms, six kilograms more than second-placed Sheba Deireragea of Narau.‘Best night as an athlete’In athletics events, meanwhile, South Africans shone in the field.Janus Robberts, so often a disappointment in major events, made up for it in a big way by capturing gold in the men’s shot put on Monday. The 120-kilogram giant recorded a distance of 19.76 metres with his third effort to take the title by a centimetre over Jamaica’s Dorian Scott, whose best put came with his final throw.“This night is my best night as an athlete. I will never forget this,” Robberts said after winning the biggest title of his career.Also on Monday, Geraldine Pillay picked up silver in the women’s 100 metres in 11.31 seconds. Jamaican Sherri-Ann Brooks won gold in 11.19.In the men’s 100 metres for elite athletes with a disability, Hilton Langehoven added another silver to the South African medal tally with his time of 11.22 seconds.There was further success in the field events for South Africa on Tuesday as Elizna Naude, the African record holder, won the women’s discus. Her winning throw of 61.55 metres left her a centimetre shy of a one-metre margin over second-placed Seema Antil of India.Shooting successFurther success followed for South Africa followed in the shooting events as Diane Swanton captured the gold medal in the women’s trap on Tuesday. Her 72 points equalled the Games record set by England’s Anita North four years ago.On Monday, the men’s 25-metres centre fire pistol pairs team had picked up a bronze medal.Francki van Rooyen achieved success in the individual apparatus finals in women’s gymnastics, laying claim to the bronze medal in the floor routine.South Africa also took third in the men’s triples of the bowls, defeating England two-one after a tie-break.
Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. Most American homes have a bewildering array of diffusers, registers, and grilles that blow air out or suck air in. For many homeowners, these apertures are somewhat mysterious. We all know that there must be a duct behind each grille, but where does the duct lead?Ducts are hidden tubes that snake through our buildings. Ducts play a surprisingly important role in many movie plots. Movie makers almost never explain what kind of duct we are looking at; all we know is that the ductwork is always big enough for a person to crawl through, and that the duct usually connects an inconspicuous mop closet with the computer server room of a major corporation or a hallway adjacent to a bank vault. Does my home have a ventilation system? It’s useful to have a solid understanding of the function of all these grilles and ducts. Otherwise, you’ll be like one of those homeowners who doesn’t know whether or not his home has a ventilation system. You know — the ones who say, “I turn on the air conditioning and cool air blows out the vents. That’s a ventilation system, right?”Well, maybe — but probably not.In this article, I’ll look at most of the grilles, registers, and diffusers in a typical house. First, we’ll determine whether these openings are designed to suck or blow. Then we’ll determine whether the air flowing through the openings is recirculated air or fresh outdoor air. All of this information will be useful if you want to determine whether your home needs a ventilation system.A window-mounted air conditioner. This is a simple device that blows air into your room. Where does the air come from? Is it… This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in
Porsche today launched the all-new eighth-generation 911 Carrera S and 911 Carrera S Cabriolet in India. While Porsche 911 Carrera S has been priced at Rs 1.82 crore (ex-showroom), Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet will cost Rs 1.99 crore (ex-showroom). The company is claiming that the fresh rear-engine model range is faster as well as more powerful and efficient than its predecessors.Porsche 911 Carrera S and Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet get a turbocharged flat-six engine that delivers 450 hp, which is 30 hp more than the previous generation. The engine is mated to a newly developed 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) dual-clutch transmission. The 911 Carrera S can make 0-100 kmph in 3.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 308 kmph. The Carrera S Cabriolet does 0-100 kmph in 3.9 seconds, with a top speed of 306 kmph.The eighth-generation 911 gets 45 mm wider body at the front. The rear end, which is significantly wider now, is of the same width across all models. Porsche 911 Carrera S and Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet come with 20-inch front wheels and 21-inch rear wheels. The bonnet showcases a pronounced recess. The rear spoiler and light strip give it a sporty look. Apart from the front and rear sections, the entire outer shell is now made from aluminium.Inside the cabin, there is the Porsche Communication Management (PCM), which has a 10.9-inch centre screen. Below the PCM, there is a compact switch unit with five buttons for direct access to important vehicle functions. The seats have also been fundamentally modified. The new design reduces vehicle weight by around three kgs.advertisement”Just like the first generation, the latest 911 is a sports car for the new era. Our icon has once again evolved and is now more powerful, more emotional and more efficient than its predecessors. It is the best 911 Porsche has ever produced and to prove that point we have brought the range to the Buddh International Circuit for a performance showcase,” Porsche India Director Pavan Shetty said.”The eighth generation maintains the 911’s status as a pure driver’s car that also offers everyday usability and unique design. As such, I am delighted to announce that the 911 Carrera S and the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet are now available in India for booking,” Shetty added.The eighth-generation 911 gets optional LED matrix headlights with Porsche Dynamic Lighting System (PDLS) Plus. A total of 84 LEDs make up the energy centre of the PDLS matrix headlights. PDLS Plus can detect and selectively dim highly reflective traffic signs.ALSO READ | Tata Harrier vs Mahindra XUV500 vs Jeep Compass: Prices, technical specifications comparedALSO READ | BMW 620d Gran Turismo launched in India, price starts at Rs 63.90 lakhALSO READ | Tata Altroz spotted in near production-ready form, to be launched in mid-2019
There’s been plenty of confusion surrounding the decisions that the NCAA Tournament selection committee made for this year’s bracket. Accusations of underseeding and overseeding abound. But do the numbers bear it all out? In this video, Neil Paine and Reuben Fischer-Baum dig deep into FiveThirtyEight’s March Madness predictions to uncover the most head-scratching seedings, including a batch of 11-seeds ready to wreak havoc on your bracket.
No Senators vote in favor of Ocasio-Cortez’s, “Green New Deal” Posted: March 26, 2019 AP, March 26, 2019 Updated: 2:50 PM WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate on Tuesday defeated a proposal to take up the Green New Deal as both parties shunned an opportunity to debate a comprehensive climate change plan offered by Democrats.Majority Republicans forced the vote as they seek to turn the Green New Deal into a wedge issue in the 2020 elections. Democrats called the GOP’s move a “sham” and said it carries its own political risk by mocking an issue that a growing number of Americans care deeply about.Senators voted 57-0 against a procedural motion to take up the nonbinding resolution, which calls for the U.S. to shift away from fossil fuels such as oil and coal and replace them with renewable sources such as wind and solar power.Four Democrats joined all 53 Senate Republicans in opposing the motion to take up the climate plan. Forty-three Democrats voted “present” to protest the GOP’s action. Democrats accused the GOP of quashing debate by blocking public hearings and expert testimony about the consequences of inaction on climate change.In shifting the U.S. economy away from fossil fuels, the Green New Deal calls for virtual elimination by 2030 of greenhouse gas emissions responsible for global warming.The plan has broad support among Democratic activists, and all six of the 2020 presidential contenders serving in the Senate have signed on as co-sponsors, putting it at the forefront of the party’s sprawling primary race.However, Democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper said Tuesday he opposes the Green New Deal. The former Colorado governor said the proposal sets “unachievable goals” and shuns the private sector.Republicans say the plan would devastate the economy and lead to a huge tax increase. They call it more evidence of the creep of “socialism” in the Democratic Party, along with “Medicare for All” and a sweeping elections reform package that would allow public financing of congressional campaigns.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky scheduled the vote on the Green New Deal, saying it would force Democrats to take a stand on a plan that “might sound like a neat idea in places like San Francisco or New York” but would result in communities across the country being “absolutely crushed.”By “basically outlawing the only sources of energy that working-class and middle-class families can actually afford,” the Green New Deal would “kill off entire domestic industries” and eliminate millions of jobs, McConnell said. The plan could lead to a spike in household electric bills of over $300 a month, he said.Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, called the Green New Deal “ridiculous” and displayed pictures of dinosaurs, cartoon characters and babies on the Senate floor. He said he was treating the plan “with the seriousness it deserves.”Lee’s remarks enraged Democrats, who called climate change deadly serious, citing recent floods in the Midwest, wildfires in the West and hurricanes in the South.“Climate change is not a joke,” said Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, the bill’s lead Senate author. “Mocking it is shameful.”New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, one of a half-dozen senators seeking the Democratic nomination for president, said Republicans treat climate “as a game” and said Democrats “will not fall for this stunt.”Addressing climate change “should be our nation’s moonshot” in the 21st century, Gillibrand said, calling it a generational challenge similar to the race to the moon in the 1960s.“We don’t know if we can get to net-zero carbon emissions in 10 years, but why not try?” she said at a rally before the Senate vote.Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., said Democrats were being hypocritical by refusing to vote for their own plan. “I’ve never seen a bill sponsored by a dozen people who don’t want to vote on it,” he said. Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics Tags: Green New Deal FacebookTwitter AP