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RUNNER UP GROUP G QUARTER FINAL 4 6TH JULY 4.00 NZST BRASÍLIA SEMI FINAL 2 WINNER 2ND ROUND 5 9TH JULY 8.00 NZST RUNNER UP GROUP H 2ND JULY 4.00 NZST SALVADOR SEMI FINAL 1 WINNER 2ND ROUND 1 PORTO ALEGRE SECOND ROUND 7 QUARTER FINAL 3 RIO 5TH JULY 4.00 NZST SECOND ROUND 6 WINNER QUARTER FINAL 2 WINNER 2ND ROUND 4 WINNER 2ND ROUND 7 10TH JULY 8.00 NZST WINNER 2ND ROUND 8 SÃO PAULO THIRD PLACE 1 WINNER QUARTER FINAL 3 13TH JULY 8.00 NZST LOSER SEMI FINAL 1 Help the All Whites make the 2018 Football World Cup. Every Football World Cup bet you place with the TAB helps in their journey to the next World Cup. All times shown are New Zealand Standard Time. All times correct when going to press. BRASÍLIA LOSER SEMI FINAL 2 FOOTBALL WORLD CUP TRIVIA FINAL 14TH JULY • 7.00 NZST WINNER SEMI FINAL 1 WINNER QUARTER FINAL 4 RIO WINNER SEMI FINAL 2 • Brazil last hosted the FIFA World Cup in 1950. • Brazil is the only country to have played in all 19 FIFA World Cups and has won 5 times. • Only 8 teams have ever won the Football World Cup: Brazil, Italy, Germany, Uruguay, Argentina, England, France and reigning champions Spain. • Out of the 19 World Cups so far, six have been won by the host country. • Spain are the only European national team to have won the World Cup outside of Europe...
Drafting Authors: Lisa V. Alexander (Australia), Simon K. Allen (Switzerland/New Zealand), Nathaniel L. Bindoff (Australia), François-Marie Bréon (France), John A. Church (Australia), Ulrich Cubasch (Germany), Seita Emori (Japan), Piers Forster (UK), Pierre Friedlingstein (UK/Belgium), Nathan Gillett (Canada), Jonathan M. Gregory (UK), Dennis L. Hartmann (USA), Eystein Jansen (Norway), Ben Kirtman (USA), Reto Knutti (Switzerland), Krishna Kumar Kanikicharla (India), Peter Lemke (Germany), Jochem Marotzke (Germany), Valérie Masson-Delmotte (France), Gerald A. Meehl (USA), Igor I. Mokhov (Russian Federation), Shilong Piao (China), Gian-Kasper Plattner (Switzerland), Qin Dahe (China), Venkatachalam Ramaswamy (USA), David Randall (USA), Monika Rhein (Germany), Maisa Rojas (Chile), Christopher Sabine (USA), Drew Shindell (USA), Thomas F. Stocker (Switzerland), Lynne D. Talley (USA), David G. Vaughan (UK), ShangPing Xie (USA) Draft Contributing Authors: Myles R. Allen (UK), Olivier Boucher (France), Don Chambers (USA), Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen (Denmark), Philippe Ciais (France), Peter U. Clark (USA), Matthew Collins (UK), Josefino C. Comiso (USA), Viviane Vasconcellos de Menezes (Australia/Brazil), Richard A. Feely (USA), Thierry Fichefet (Belgium), Arlene M. Fiore (USA), Gregory Flato (Canada), Jan Fuglestvedt (Norway), Gabriele Hegerl (UK/Germany), Paul J. Hezel (Belgium/USA), Gregory C. Johnson (USA), Georg Kaser (Austria/Italy), Vladimir Kattsov (Russian Federation), John Kennedy (UK), Albert M. G. Klein Tank (Netherlands), Corinne Le Quéré (UK), Gunnar Myhre (Norway), Timothy Osborn (UK), Antony J. Payne (UK), Judith Perlwitz (USA), Scott Power (Australia), Michael Prather (USA), Stephen R. Rintoul (Australia), Joeri Rogelj (Switzerland/Belgium), Matilde Rusticucci (Argentina), Michael Schulz (Germany), Jan Sedláček (Switzerland), Peter A. Stott (UK), Rowan Sutton (UK), Peter W. Thorne (USA/Norway/UK), Donald Wuebbles (USA)
... Korea, India, China, Japan, Australia. THE THIRD ANNUAL CISCO CONNECTED WORLD TECHNOLOGY REPORT. COLLEGE STUDENTS and WORKERS. The survey was translated into local languages and conducted in August 2012 across 18 countries to gain approximately 100 completes for each subgroup in each country 18 Countries: United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Netherlands, Russia, Poland, Turkey, South Africa, Korea, India, China, Japan, Australia Smartphones rival laptops as a preferred device by Gen Y. 60% of Gen Y compulsively check their smart phones for emails, texts or social media updates. Over two out of five would feel “anxious, like part of me was missing” if they couldn’t check their smart phones constantly. Two out of three spend equal or more time online with friends than in person If you had to choose only one device, what would it be?favored laptops preferred smartphone Smartphones rated twice as popular as desktop PC And three times as popular as a tablet.
In 1926 Ducati has been among the first to start industrial production of capacitors, and has been a market leader ever since. Since its foundation, Ducati Energia has always been in the forefront of technical and industrial development, leading the research shaping today’s technology and cooperating to the upgrades and improvements leading to the current IEC and EN Standards for Capacitors. Ducati Energia firstly introduced the Metallised Polypropylene Film technology and it’s innovative PPM and PPMh film set the reference for this technology, outclassing the obsolete paper/oil and gas technology in terms of superior performance and reduced dimensions. Constantly driven to quality, environmental engagement and safety, Ducati Energia is fully certified following ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. Today the Ducati Energia Group counts approx. 800 employees working in 6 plants: • Ducati Energia (Bologna - Italy) • Ducati Energia Romania (Busteni - Romania) • Ducati Komponenti (Ludbreg - Croatia) • Ducati Energia India (Pune - India) • C.R.D. Centro Ricerche Ducati (Trento - Italy) • Ducati Energia Sud America (Buenos Aires - Argentina) Ducati Energia Group main fields of activities are: • Motor Lighting Capacitors • Power Electronics Capacitors • Power Factor Correction Capacitors and Systems (LV and MV) • Alternators and Ignition Systems • Wind Power Generators • Electrical Vehicles and Charging Stations for Electrical Vehicles • Energy Analysers • Control Systems for energy grids • Railways Signalling systems • Ticketing and Transport Automation systems
A quarterly publication of the Manchester Historical Society, Inc. / 175 Pine Street / Manchester, Connecticut 06040 / (860) 647-9983 The Winds Blew, The Trees Flew: Pitkin Family Wagon at East Granby Rally T he horse-drawn express wagon in our collection was displayed at the East Granby horse-drawn vehicle rally in October. The weather was perfect and a large number of wagons, carriages, sleighs and even a real Concord stage coach were present. Our wagon was originally owned by the William Pitkin family of Pitkin Street in the early 1930s. Society member Mary Jane Pitkin Cooper remem- bers when her father brought it home for the first time. Her brothers and sisters and the neighborhood children really enjoyed riding in it and even putting it to work on the family farm (where Concordia Lutheran Church now stands). The family had a pony named “Billy” who provided the one “horse” power for the wagon. John Hovey’s grandson Andrew Pryce sitting in the driver’s seat of the Pitkin wagon. New Wheelchair Ramp Installed at Entrance to Loom Room Project Completed by Manchester Eagle Scout C hris Kopytko of Manchester Boy Scout Troop 25 recently constructed a wheelchair ramp at the entrance to the Loom Room on the ground floor of the History Center building for his Eagle Scout project. He also rebuilt the stairway leading to the rear door of the Loom Room. Chris, working with several other scouts designed the project and obtained the required materials. The exterior ramp and platform are constructed of pressure treated wood, for longevity. This makes the Loom Room wheelchair accessible for visitors, who previously had to enter through the inconvenient double doors at the large canopy. Chris Kopytko (standing) works with fellow scouts Joseph and Andre. www.manchesterhistory.org President’s Report by John Dormer [Delivered at the Society’s Annual Meeting on October 23, 2011]
Prime Minister David Cameron United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland We, the undersigned citizens from different countries around the world, committed to world peace, wish to convey our concerns regarding the territorial dispute between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Argentina over the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia, and South Sandwich Islands. As noted by the President of the Republic of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, the Argentine government has requested that your country comply with Resolution 2065, adopted by the United Nations’ General Assembly on December 16, 1965, which states: “Noting the existence of a dispute between the Governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning sovereignty over these islands, we invite the Governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to proceed without delay with the negotiations recommended by the Special Committee to find a peaceful solution to the problem, with due regard to the provisions and objectives of the UN Charter and Resolution 1514 (XV) of the General Assembly and the interests of the people of the Falkland Islands. ” This, the highest international body, again spoke to the issue in December, 1973, through UN General Assembly Resolution 3160 (XXVIII) which was approved by a wide margin of votes in favor, and no votes in opposition. This resolution recognized “the continuous efforts of the Argentine government” and declared “the need to accelerate the negotiations provided for in Resolution 2065 (XX) [...] in order to achieve a peaceful resolution of the dispute over sovereignty existing” between the governments of both countries. Since 1982, the UN General Assembly has continuously renewed the call through the adoption of Resolutions requesting that the two countries sit down and talk. Also, the UN...
Huiji Gao Contact Information Research Interests Brickyard Suite 561CB (CIDSE) Arizona State University 699 South Mill Ave Tempe, AZ 85281, USA Cell: 480-334-5423 E-mail: Huiji.Gao@asu.edu Homepage: http://www.public.asu.edu/˜hgao16 • Location-Based Mobile Social Networking, Recommender Systems, Crowdsourcing (Crisis Mapping for Disaster Relief), Social Computing, Data Mining, Machine Learning Citations on Google Scholar: 319; i10-index: 9 Education Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, U.S Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science, GPA 4.00/4.00, 2009 – 2014 (expected) Advisor: Huan Liu Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China M.S, Signal and Information Processing, GPA: 90.05/100, Rank: 2/500, 2007 – 2009 Advisor: Jun Guo - Admitted without the Graduate Entrance Examination Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China B.S, Information Automation, GPA: 84.73/100, Rank: 2/59, 2003 – 2007 Selected Honors and Awards Experience • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ASU Graduate Education Dissertation Fellowship (Awarded to 1 Student per School), 2014 ASU President’s Award for Innovation, 2014 SDM Doctoral Student Forum Scholarship, 2013 The 3rd Place in Task 2: Next Location Prediction of Nokia Mobile Data Challenge, 2012 ICWSM Student Travel Award, 2012 SBP Student Travel Award, 2011 SDM Doctoral Student Forum Scholarship, 2011 Best Performer in Baseline Ranking of TREC Blog Faceted Blog-Distillation Task, 2009 “Samsung” Scholarship (Awarded to Top 3 of 500 Students), 2008 World Top 200 in “Microsoft Imagine Cup Embedded System Competition”, 2007 The Third Prize in “Technology Paper” Award of “Innovation Competition”, BUPT, 2007. The Third Prize in “Artistic Design” Award of “Innovation Competition”, BUPT, 2007. Outstanding Undergraduate Student of Beijing, China, 2007 First Prize Scholarship (Awarded to Top 5% Students), BUPT, 2006 First Prize in “’INTEL Cup’ - National College Students Embedded System Competition”, 2006 The Second Prize University Scholarship, BUPT, 2003-2005. Aug 2009 - Present: Research Assistant, Data Mining and Machine Learning Lab, ASU, AZ. • Area of Research: Data Mining, Machine Learning, Social Computing • Led the project ASU Coordination Tracker (ACT), an open disaster relief system to enhance coordination among government and non-government organizations with crowdsourcing and groupsourcing for Disaster Relief. (Demo Page: http://alive-dev.asu.edu/homepage) May 2013 - Aug 2013: Research Intern, IBM Almaden Research Center, CA. • Area of Research: Social Media Mining • Investigate online users’ attitude towards controversial topics in online social media in terms of sentiment polarity, opinion preferences, and online actions with mathematical models.