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In August, the six railcars were loaded on board the ro-ro vessel Toledo for the 31-day voyage to the port of Manta.According to WW Ocean, this was the first shipment of train components that the port had ever received.Having been unloaded onto trucks, the second leg of the cargo’s journey – from the vessel in Manta to Quito – involved crossing 400 km of mountains.The metro line, spanning 22 km with 15 stations, is expected to open at the end of 2019.www.2wglobal.com
Published: November 30, 2016 6:11 AM EST SHARE Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. Author: AP 2 Philadelphia police officers bitten, suspect arrested PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Authorities have accused a man of biting two Philadelphia police officers.Police say the officers approached the man suspected of breaking into a car around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.Chief Inspector Scott Small says the man punched, kicked and head-butted the officers before biting their hands and arms. Small says the skin was broken so the male and female officers were taken to a hospital so their wounds could be thoroughly cleaned.The 32-year-old suspect faces aggravated assault and resisting arrest charges. His name has not been released.
The Law Society of Scotland has hailed the independence referendum as a ‘triumph for democracy’, but called for a ‘clear roadmap’ for new devolved powers.Commenting on the ‘No’ vote, president Alistair Morris said: ‘The campaign over the last few years has been impassioned and at times difficult, with strong views and emotions on both sides. ‘However, this referendum has been a triumph of democracy. We have seen a record turnout which has included many thousands of people registering and voting for the first time.’ He added: ‘During the referendum campaign, we were repeatedly assured that a No vote was not a vote for the status quo. The three main UK parties signed a commitment to devolve further powers from Westminster to the Scottish Parliament. We now need a clear roadmap, both for reaching a consensus and for the delivery of any new powers. That process must reach out beyond the political parties and involve those from across civic Scotland.’The Society is holding a special conference on Friday 3 October titled ‘The People’s Verdict – so what now?’ which will consider the implications of the referendum result. First minister Alex Salmond and Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael will be among the speakers.Scotland’s largest law firm CMS, which acquired Dundas & Wilson earlier this year, also issued a statement on the result. Senior partner Penelope Warne said: ’No does not mean no change. There is an expectation of change but the question is how much. Although devo-max is currently light on detail, it is safe to assume with promises made by all three major parties there will be far-reaching changes in institutional structures, law and regulation. Business welcomes certainty and as the sixth largest global law firm, with 250 lawyers in Scotland and a Scottish presence that we are extremely proud of, we are ideally positioned to assist the market as it grapples with what these changes mean.’CMS has launched Scot-Next, a microsite which provides information on what is being proposed and the implications for the legal market.The Association of Conservative Lawyers has responded to the vote by publishing ‘Our Quasi-Federal Kingdom’, a new paper on Britain’s constitutional arrangements. The paper proposes a new statute of union declaring that the UK is a quasi-federal, voluntary union of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It provides a blueprint for an ‘English voice on English government’ within the Westminster Parliament.Former attorney general Dominic Grieve, chairman of the Society’s executive committee, said: ‘Given the new powers that will be going to Scotland, the paper outlines a clearly and carefully worked out solution to the West Lothian question, that could be achievable within the existing structure of the UK parliament and at minimal cost.‘Those of us who want to see our union strengthened along with a fair solution for England have before us a thoroughly considered proposal which can be used in parliament to inform the debate and offer change within a reasonable timescale.’The West Lothian question refers to the perceived anomaly that MPs from outside England can vote on matters that affect England only.
EUROPE: Siemens announced the sale of its final Eurorunner ER20 diesel locomotive on July 26. The design has now been replaced in the manufacturer’s range by the Vectron DE, which incorporates customer feedback from the Eurorunner, has improved braking and fuel consumption and meets the latest standards for crashworthiness and emissions.The last ER20 has been acquired by Slovenian operator Adria Transport for use on international freight trains from central Europe to the port of Koper. Austrian Federal Railways placed the first order for 70 ER20 locomotives in 1998, designating them Class 2016 (Hercules). According to Siemens, the design’s modularity and short delivery times proved popular with private operators and leasing companies, with 181 locomotives acquired by 22 customers in Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, Slovenia and Hong Kong, where Kowloon – Canton Railway bought five.
VALDOSTA, Ga. – Argonaut softball put together a 40-16 record this season, despite some major bumps in the road throughout the year. Between injuries and position shifts across the season, West Florida continually overcame obstacles that would have stood in the way of any other team. Their postseason dreams, however, came to an end on Saturday afternoon.The Argonauts twice faced elimination on Saturday, and dodged a trip home in a 4-3 win over Albany State in the first game. The West Florida pitching staff combined to defeat the Rams, as Ashleigh Allgood (Oxford, Ala./Jefferson Davis) earned the win for a final 17-6 season record. Both Victoria Harvey (Green Cove Bay, Fla./Clay HS) and Jillian Lafrance (Calgary, Alberta/Charleston Southern) teamed up to close the game for Allgood, advancing West Florida to the South Region semi-finals.Allgood put the first run on the board with solo ride over the left center wall in the second inning, while the Rams answered the run in the bottom half of the frame. The Argos, however, quickly countered in the third as Karri Bisbee (Panama City, Fla./Gulf Coast CC) drew a leadoff walk and eventually scored on an Amber Ingram (Pensacola, Fla./Catholic HS) double.With a 2-1 lead in the sixth, Allgood became the third Argonaut to hit two homeruns in a single game this season with a blast to the opposite side in right center. Crystal Thompson (Bonifay, Fla./Gulf Coast CC) then followed with a double, and Kaley Kania (Pensacola, Fla./Tate HS) entered the game to run. When Kania advanced to third on a sacrifice fly, head coach Tami Cyr called for the squeeze, and it was Lexi Mikedis (Citra, Fla./Central Florida CC) who answered that call with a successful bunt that scored Kania. Despite two runs in the bottom of the sixth from Albany State, Harvey and Lafrance teamed up in the circle to preserve the 4-3 lead for the win.Lafrance was called upon to start in the circle against Valdosta State, with both teams fighting for a spot in the South Region finals. The senior gave up just six hits to a potent VSU offense, but West Florida fell 3-0 in a season-ending loss to the Lady Blazers.In a pitching duel between Lafrance and VSU ace Margaret Carter, it was GSC East Player of the Year Alyssa Shirey who broke open a scoreless game in the top of the second. West Florida’s Danielle Kildow tried to spark the Argo offense in the third with a base hit that proved to be the only hit from either team between the second and sixth frames as the two ace pitchers battled in the circle.Valdosta State’s Morgan Johnson and Stephanie Carlson, however, each blasted solo homeruns of their own for a 3-0 edge on the Argonauts, a lead they would never overcome. Lafrance fanned five batters in the loss and was 1-for-3 from the plate, while Allgood represented the third Argo hit in the defeat.The Argos close the season in their third consecutive trip to the regional tournament, just falling short of advancing to the final game. West Florida says goodbye to six seniors with the loss, including Lafrance, a three-year starter in the circle. Two-year members Shannon Miles (Shreveport, La./Bossier Parrish CC) and Stephanie Ryan (Calgary, Alberta/Webber International) closed out their UWF careers, while Franny Bell (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS), Dawnyele Stapleton (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS), and Melissa Chastang (Satsuma, Ala./Satsuma HS) round out four-year stints under Coach Cyr.Game One Box ScoreGame Two Box ScorePrint Friendly Version Share UWF Softball Season Comes to an End with 1-1 Day at South Region Tournament UWF Seniors (Photo by UWF Sports Information)
LSU coach Les Miles went to the hospital on Monday after feeling ill.BATON ROUGE – LSU football coach Les Miles visited an area hospital Monday morning after “feeling under the weather,” but was expected to be at a 4 p.m. practice, LSU athletic director Joe Alleva said.Miles missed his Monday press conference scheduled for 12:30 p.m. in which he was going to discuss the Tigers’ season opening game against McNeese State Saturday night.“Obviously, coach Miles is not here,” Alleva said, standing at the podium on the fifth floor of the athletic department administration building where Miles holds press conference every Monday afternoon before a game. “He was a little bit under the weather this morning in his office, and he didn’t feel very well.”Miles then visited the trainers at the football facility where his office is.“And the trainers thought it would be best for him to go to the hospital and get checked out on a precautionary basis,” Alleva said. “We feel like he is fine. He will be at practice today, and he will be available to talk to you after practice.”Alleva said Miles drove himself to the hospital.Coverage of LSU and Glenn Guilbeau commentary supported by Hebert’s Town and Country Auto Dealer in Shreveport located at 1155 E. Bert Kouns. Research your next Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM at http://www.hebertstandc.com/
360p He just wanted an autograph! Can’t blame him for being a big fan! During the singing of the National Anthem at the Twins Home Opener the bald eagle that was meant to flay over the field went a little off course. The bird was supposed to fly to the pitchers mound, and instead flew to Mariners Pitcher, James Paxton. Totally an understandable mistake, pitches mound, Mariners pitcher, same thing. What really surprised me was how well Paxton handled it. It’s like he’s had eagles land on his shoulder before! He just stayed calm and let the giant patriotic bird sink its talons into his shoulder. Not like he needs that to throw baseballs or anything. The eagle’s trainer came to the rescue and got the bird back under control, and the game commenced! Welcome back baseball! We’ve all missed you. Go Twins! Video via Kare 11 Facebook PageSubmit 1080p HD Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 1/1 720p HD
Forums Home Share on other sites Prev Sports Logos Link to post screw the toys, those were the first pages i turned to in the JCPenny christmas catalogs when i was a kid. i had some rams jammies, but id kill for one of those hoodies today.Ram jams?Not to be confused with Alabama UberFan Nathan Davis, AKA Rammer Jammer…Yes, I know… the J on “Jammer” is backwards, making it look like an L. Thus some of us call him Rammer Lammer…[/thread hijack] Sign in to follow this Followers 2 Posted May 15, 2008 0 leopard88 142 Man that brings back memories. I used to love looking through that stuff at Christmas. My parents got me the vibrating football game one year with the Rams/Steelers players. In fact, I just found the complete mini-helmet set I got from Sears in ’80. Good times. Posted May 15, 2008 4 Link to post 37 Link to post 13,831 screw the toys, those were the first pages i turned to in the JCPenny christmas catalogs when i was a kid. i had some rams jammies, but id kill for one of those hoodies today.Ram jams? Members 142 Bouj 3,287 0 Members 923 Share this post Share on other sites Location:Fort Worth, Texas Link to post Members Location:SPAMTOWN, MN 3 13,831 8,994 posts Share on other sites 0 Location:Woodbridge, VA Lord of the idiots. Share this post 0 Down Under Husker 6,930 posts I don’t know if anybody here has seen the blog at the link below, but I found it on a typical Google search on NFL stuff.http://fleersticker.blogspot.com/2008/01/a…ristmas-is.html Next Location:Burnsville, MN All Activity PittsburghSucks TruColor 567 Posted May 15, 2008 Members 2,399 Posted May 15, 2008 Share on other sites Posted May 15, 2008 1,885 posts tohasbo 0 Posted May 15, 2008 Forums Home 107 389 OTBC Members Share this post I had the Miami Dolphins jammies and the 1975 bedding and curtains. 2,287 posts 11,718 posts 3,287 Moderators Share this post Next mfoster Favourite Logos:All WLAF logos, Bucs pirate flag, Arizona State pitchfork, Notre Dame leprechaun, Albany Firebirds, Iowa Barnstormers, SD State eagle warrior Link to post 99 107 1,924 posts tohasbo Share on other sites Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE 14,762 posts Link to post 0 Posted May 15, 2008 Sign in to follow this Followers 2 Share on other sites Location:Seattle BallWonk 923 Share this post 4 142 Location:Music City, USA leopard88 Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Location:Loserville, USA Posted May 15, 2008 LOVE the Sears catalog! Nothing says “growing up in the 70’s/80’s” like the Sears catalog. My cousin and I used to go through it picking out toys we wanted for Christmas like we were archaeologists examining the Dead Sea Scrolls.And Montgomery Wards had a nice catalog too. 37 53 0 0 Posted May 15, 2008 Location:Thornton, CO 0 Location:Naples, Florida – but my heart’s in Cleveland. Posted May 15, 2008 923 Share this post Members 389 Sears Catalog pages with NFL stuff 2,940 3,287 0 Jimmy! 0 53 Steelers helmet logo is on the wrong side… presumably they put it on both sides of the helmet. Don’t they know they could have saved costs and just done it correctly? 0 Location:Seattle “Boom Boom”, Washington grubstreet 1 screw the toys, those were the first pages i turned to in the JCPenny christmas catalogs when i was a kid. i had some rams jammies, but id kill for one of those hoodies today.Ram jams?He had as a kid? Not bad.EDIT: How come so much of the available merchandise from that 1975 catalog is sleepwear? That’s kind of weird, isn’t it? 0 Posted May 15, 2008 neo_prankster Proc Posted May 15, 2008 Posted May 15, 2008 107 Page 1 of 4 2016 Lake Erie Monster & Cleveland Cavaliers. The curse is dead! Members 1 265 Share this post 3,287 Posted May 15, 2008 Link to post 2 Share on other sites 0 Members Share on other sites 1,085 posts 86 Link to post Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Share this post 567 Location:Clutch City (Houston, TX) 337 posts Members Joshawaggie Share on other sites Embracing the suck. Link to post My God, I feel like I’m 7 again.IIRC, I had:Vikings helmet/jersey set (apparently all “Santa Claus” could get his hands on — and I think it was No. 77 instead of 55).Colts knit cap (but with a helmet profile instead of the kicking Colt).Goalpost mini-helmet rack.Colts wall clock.Colts tie bar and cuff links (OK, they were really my dad’s, but I think they’re in my den now).Set of helmet cars (I think the Bills one might still be in my basement).Colts belt buckle.Fuzzy football (but in blue and orange, because “Santa” couldn’t find blue and white and somehow thought blue and orange was close enough).NFL bedspread and curtains (the one in the second set shown, not the first set).Colts helmet lamp signed by 1968 NFL MVP Earl Morrall (except it was made by my uncle from a real helmet, not bought out of a catalog).World Champion Baltimore Colts pajamas (see image below, except I swear mine had a blue helmet with a white horseshoe — and I may have the pics to prove it).Damn, I had a lot of NFL crap back in the day. This doesn’t even begin to count my Orioles stuff. 53 0 2 Link to post Members OK…I’ll admit it…I had the following NFL St. Louis Football Cardinals merchandise from those catalogs:JerseyCardiganJacketKnit CapBelt BuckleSweatshirtSport BagI loved getting those catalogs…looked forward to them every year.PANTONE, that’s expected…from YOU, as your a Cardinals fan… agentrygraphics Share on other sites 629 4,184 posts 33,394 posts 0 Jimmy! Sports Logos Share on other sites Link to post 1 389 9,812 posts Location:The Land of Pleasant Living Members TruColor BallWonk Share this post usahockeyrube 2,399 Titanole Awesome find, prankster……interesting Browns logo on that sweatshirt…surely it’s a generic logo…I’ve never seen it used before. Awesome find, prankster……interesting Browns logo on that sweatshirt…surely it’s a generic logo…I’ve never seen it used before.I think it might have been a special design for the sweatshirt by NFL Properties to accommodate the Browns lack of a real logo. Link to post Titanole 1 Link to post Sears Catalog pages with NFL stuff Posted May 15, 2008 0 agentrygraphics 1 Members DG_ThenNowForever Bouj Posted May 15, 2008 usahockeyrube 1,413 posts Members Link to post 567 0 Sports Logo News Share this post Share this post Link to post 2 0 @TeamGentry 13,831 Page 1 of 4 Share on other sites This is fantastic. I religiously read through every Sears catalog, particularly that section as well as the Atari 2600/5200 game section which always had screenshots of every game.I had two of those Dallas jerseys – a white #12 and later an old-school blue road #11, both handed down from my older brother. Later on I had a Packers #31 (I don’t even know who #31 was then… Jim Taylor would have been too old even 20+ years ago). Also had at least two or three of those 3/4 sleeve shirts (usually worn with Nike Cortez’s in a matching color scheme).Two Dallas helmets (which my parents still have in their basement somewhere), a Dallas jacket, a Houston Oilers stocking cap/beanie, Steelers gloves, several sets of pajamas, two of those figurines (one was Tony Dorsett and the other was a NY Jets player for some reason…. Richard Todd?). Also had (and still have) most of those pennants, including the Oilers and LOS ANGELES Rams.We had curtains and bedspreads (the ones in the 1979 Sears catalog), although ours must have been older because the Buccaneers and Seahawks were missing. For years I used to wonder why; I only found out later that they both started in 1976 (when I would have been a fetus). Share this post 3 WideRight Members LOL…great thread. Reminds me of being a kid. I had some of the stuff from that catalog! (ouch, I am old!). DG_ThenNowForever 0 0 Share this post Share this post 2 Members neo_prankster Share on other sites Members Share on other sites I love the merchandising slogan: “NFL Happens”.One assumes the rejected slogans included: “Anything that can NFL, Will”, “NFL Hits the Fan”, and “No NFL, Sherlock”. (Though, interestingly enough, this catalog might actually predate the first use of “s–t happens” in print. Those marketing folks must have thought they were really clever.) Share on other sites 0 Share this post Posted May 15, 2008 Share this post kmw_29 kmw_29 302 posts 99 2 By neo_prankster, May 15, 2008 in Sports Logo News Link to post neo_prankster Share on other sites Joshawaggie grubstreet 322 posts 86 2,399 0 Link to post 265 2,570 posts Sears Catalog pages with NFL stuff 408 posts Posted May 15, 2008 265 Location:Motown Members I had the majority of the Vikings stuff in there.Also had the sweatshirt with the colored sleeves for the Cowboys, Steelers, Eagles, and Oilers. Recommended Posts PittsburghSucks 0 0 Location:Colorado Springs, CO Master of the Irrelevant 3,302 posts Down Under Husker 2,940 Share this post Proc Share on other sites 99 6,930 posts OK…I’ll admit it…I had the following NFL St. Louis Football Cardinals merchandise from those catalogs:JerseyCardiganJacketKnit CapBelt BuckleSweatshirtSport BagI loved getting those catalogs…looked forward to them every year. Members 629 Favourite Logos:All WLAF logos, Bucs pirate flag, Arizona State pitchfork, Notre Dame leprechaun, Albany Firebirds, Iowa Barnstormers, SD State eagle warrior 2,940 screw the toys, those were the first pages i turned to in the JCPenny christmas catalogs when i was a kid. i had some rams jammies, but id kill for one of those hoodies today. Posted May 15, 2008 Location:Detroit Wow, you know, we have really grown as a nation. Just look at those first few pages. That is the most homogeneous group of cherry-cheeked wholesome white kids I have ever seen. The only non-white images on any pages are some of the NFL player toys. Just goes to show how we used to see (or not see at all) the true nature of our population. Despite all the issues we still have with race, I am certainly glad we live in a culture today that at least tries to represent everyone instead of blatantly ignoring or hiding reality.And I have to admit, when I was a kid we had a Sears outlet store near us, and I ended up getting 15 of the 28 NFL team replica jerseys there by the time I was in 8th grade. I refused to buy Oakland, Pittsburgh and Dallas because I hated those teams. I think I had almost all of them in dark except the St. Louis Cardinals, the Buccs and the Dolphins, which had white as their primary, at least in replicas. 3,287 0 37 All Activity Share on other sites 86 Share on other sites Link to post mfoster OMG!!!I had a lot of that stuff.I think I have pictures of a young me in my Browns PJ’s.lolIt was great to be young in the 70’s-80’s!!! neo_prankster Posted May 16, 2008 Share this post Share this post 3,287 860 posts Members WideRight Prev SportsLogos.Net Link to post Go To Topic Listing Sports Logo News SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites 629 Favourite Logos:Bills, Seahawks, MN Wild, NYCFC, USFL Breakers, USFL Panthers Link to post
“D’Tigers and D’Tigresses are teams that have the true spirit of Nigerians in them which is the spirit to win and perform optimally. They are going to perform extremely well and may go ahead to shock the world again and this will be an excellent outing,” observed the Nigerian basketball federation chief .Being the only Nigerian team sport to have so far qualified for the Games and the first time both teams will be featuring during the same summer Olympics (also first in Africa), expectations are high for the team to perform.Ranked number one in Africa and 14th in the world, D’Tigress will be making a return to the games after their last outing in 2004 in Athens, Greece while the men ranked first in Africa and 23rd in the world are making their return after the Rio 2016 Games.The NBBF president also recognizes this and said the federation with the help of the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports will leave no stone unturned to prepare the team well for the Olympics.“The prospects are brighter with the technical crew of D’Tigers that we have right now. The players we intend to invite include our players in the domestic league. We are going to have an array of a formidable team and we will shock the world.”The 2020 Summer Games will hold from Friday, 24th of July to Sunday, 9th of AugustShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram NBBF President, Musa Kida addressing sports journalists on the new male league season As Nigerians count down to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, President of the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF), Musa Kida, is optimistic that the country’s senior men and women basketball teams can end up on the medals table.Fielding questions from sportswriters at the weekend, the NBBF President said that Nigeria’s qualification to the Olympics “is not just to add to the numbers of participating teams but to shock the world and be amongst the best.”With the current synergy and talents in the teams (D’Tigers and D’Tigress), Kida is not in any doubt that the two teams can compete with the best around the world and fly Nigeria’s flag high in Tokyo.