The Birmingham Mail have followed up speculation that QPR failed in a deadline-day move for Aston Villa defender Tommy Elphick.It comes after the Sunday People reported that Rangers tried to bring the 29-year-old centre-back to Loftus Road, after the departure of Steve Caulker to Lokomotiv Moscow.However, it is said that the move broke down when Villa could not secure a replacement.Embed from Getty ImagesFormer Brighton man Elphick joined Villa from Bournemouth in the summer on a three-year deal, and was initially named club captain.However, he has only featured in eight out of Steve Bruce’s 18 matches in charge and was an unused substitute in Villa’s 1-0 win at QPR in December. Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Arcata >> Finally back on the field after a three-week hiatus, the Jacks didn’t do anything to deter their lofty national standing.It was a holding pattern they don’t mind one bit.The Humboldt State softball team was voted as the unanimous No. 1 team in the nation in the latest National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll, it was released on Wednesday. “Obviously it’s nice to be at the top, but we still have to go out and play our game,” said Humboldt State head …
Bling Online 10cm Wide Stretch Fabric Headband Kylie Head Band – Was bigger than expected was bigger than 10cm wide soDecember 18, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: zuwcxmlkn.
Fits nicely however after wearing for a day the seam on the underneath has started to come apart. Wide but slips off as rises up. Good product will buy again from supplier. Was bigger than expected was bigger than 10cm wide so. Was bigger than expectedwas bigger than 10cm wide so didn’t fit. Good fit really fast delivery. Reviews from purchasers :Only for the big headsGreat quality, just as describedWas bigger than expected was bigger than 10cm wide so Very quick delivery and product is what i expected. I will be ordering a couple more as spares because i often misplace things?. I will be ordering a couple more as spares because i often misplace things?. Nice and wide, covers the ears. The quality of the material could be a bit better, but all in all, i’m a happy customer. Wide but slips off as rises up. Is ok if you have a head larger then a football. Good width but the band does not stay put for more then 30 secs so useless for any sports. Excellent in product + delivery. Item delivered within time frame. Fits nicely however after wearing for a day the seam on the underneath has started to come apart. It say fabric but it not the kind of cotton fabric its more of a silky typeive had many of these and they slip of the head to easy and go out of shape quickly i thought it would be the cotton fabricits ok for now until i find the cotton type. I am happy with my purchase the headband is a good decent size i would recommend it to others to buy. Nice and wide, covers the ears. The quality of the material could be a bit better, but all in all, i’m a happy customer. Great quality, just as described. Very wide and thick and not too loose. Great quality, just as described. Worked perfectly and after many uses is still stretchy. Very quick delivery and product is what i expected. Very wide and thick and not too loose. Great quality, just as described. Worked perfectly and after many uses is still stretchy. Item delivered within time frame. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2018-04-11 09:05:51Reviewed Item Bling Online 10cm Wide Black Stretch Fabric Headband Kylie Head Band.Rating 4.0 / 5 stars, based on 26 reviewsPrice£2.07
Drawing inspiration from California’s state flower, the drought-resistant and diurnal California poppy, this home (above) is designed by a team of college students from Orange County. The home opens during the day to let in light and increase living area. It then closes at night to maintain a comfortable temperature more efficiently. The house also has a rainwater collection system that stores water for use during earthquakes and other emergencies. Inspired by the need for secure emergency housing after a deadly tornado struck their state, students from Crowder College and Drury University in Missouri are developing an emergency response home (above) that can be delivered to disaster sites and assembled quickly. Students at the Stevens Institute of Technology are constructing a resilient house suited for the rising tides and strong storms inherent to coastal environments. The house sits on a bed of pilotis or piers, which raise it slightly above floodwaters, and the outer layers of the house create a waterproof shell. What’s the latest in well-designed, energy-efficient solar homes? The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has invited teams from colleges across the country to design and build solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive.The model houses designed by 15 collegiate teams will be on display and open for public tours this October in Irvine, California, where the DOE’s seventh Solar Decathlon will be taking place. In addition to functioning as comfortable homes — each must produce plenty of hot water, for example, and have working appliances for cooking, cleaning, and entertaining — the houses must produce at least as much energy as they consume.This year’s competition will also emphasize affordability. To earn the highest marks, each team is aiming to build a home that costs less than $250,000.Below are renderings of some of this year’s entries. These houses have been engineered not only to embrace energy efficiency and sustainable design, but also to meet the diverse needs of their future inhabitants, from food production to storm protection. RELATED ARTICLESTeam Austria Wins 2013 Solar DecathlonPraise for the Czech Team’s Solar Decathlon EntrySolar Decathlon Opening Is Scheduled for October 3University of Maryland Wins the Solar Decathlon2011 Solar Decathlon Resource GuideVirginia Tech’s Lumenhaus Wins at Solar Decathlon EuropeThe Solar Decathlon 2011 LineupSolar Decathlon Winners Embrace Passivhaus StandardA 2009 Solar Decathlon Sampler With a structure based on repurposed shipping containers, the home designed by the Missouri University of Science & Technology team (above) can expand as a family grows. Containers can be added or subtracted to accommodate up to two children and their parents. The team from New York City College of Technology is also working on emergency housing — their house (above) is suited to a high-density urban environment. Stackable units are designed to quickly provide low-cost, single- and multifamily housing after disasters such as catastrophic storms. The house designed by students at the University at Buffalo in New York aims to grow most of the fresh produce its occupants will need. It features a glass-enclosed solarium that creates ideal growing conditions for plants and vegetables, while also passively heating the house in winter. Cloth shades on the roof and southern faÃ§ades will help cool the home during summer. Crystal Gammon is the web editor at Yale Environment 360, where this post was originally published.
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting dave copeland Tags:#privacy#web College admissions officers have learned to check applicants’ Facebook profiles, and what they see there can have a negative impact on the students’ chances. Guess what? The kids are a step ahead of them.Parents, teachers and guidance counselors warn high school students that what they post on Facebook could hurt their chances of getting into college. And according to a Kaplan survey of college admissions officials released last week, it’s not an idle threat: More than one in four respondents said they check Google and Facebook for information on applicants, up from one in 10 when Kaplan started tracking the trend in 2008.Of those who check, 35% said they have found information that negatively impacted an applicant’s chance of acceptance, up from 12% last year.“It doesn’t matter,” my 15-year-old niece said over dinner last weekend. “The seniors in my school just hide their profiles or make up a new name and then change it back when they get accepted to college.”It’s not just the students at her school. My own college-aged students, students at other high schools, and teachers and guidance counselors say that hiding profiles under aliases is just one of the tricks students use to dodge scrutiny during the college application season. Some deactivate profiles, others amp up their privacy settings. And still others are set up a second Facebook profile they call their “ideal self” account.Admissions Jiu Jitsu“Why say you went to a party on a Friday night when you can say you volunteered at a soup kitchen? Why say you spent the weekend playing Xbox when you can talk about the new art opening at the museum?” said Brent Busboom, an English teacher at Reno High School and Northern Nevada’s 2007 Teacher of the Year. Reno High is one of the best public high schools in Nevada and many of its students go on to top-tier colleges.Some contents of ideal-self profiles are legitimate. Others, however, are embellished or exaggerated. Students don’t see an ethical problem, Busboom said. It’s just “admissions jiu jitsu.”“Since students don’t volunteer this information to the admissions office, they don’t see it as lying,” he said. “Instead, they feel that if admissions officers are going to dig up dirt on them by prying in their personal lives, then they are going to game the system and create fake personas for them to discover.”Silly Rabbit, Tumblr Is For KidsFacebook is still popular enough that a college admissions official will raise a red flag if a kid claims he or she isn’t on Facebook. And the ideal-self profiles come in handy with certain scholarship sponsors, which have started requiring applicants to accept Facebook friend requests as part of the review process.Busboom’s account of rampant ideal-self profile setups was confirmed by Sedgrid Lewis, who owns Spy Parent, a company that helps parents monitor their teens’ online activities. It also may partially explain why teens are spending less time on Facebook and adopting other social networks like Twitter and Instagram, or simply favoring the old, reliable SMS message. “It started a couple of years ago when adults started taking over Facebook,” Lewis said. “This is why you are seeing more teens cross over to Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter. Auntie and Grandma are not on those pages.” A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market