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Guinness Nigeria plc (GUINNE.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2016 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Guinness Nigeria plc (GUINNE.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Guinness Nigeria plc (GUINNE.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Guinness Nigeria plc (GUINNE.ng) 2016 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileGuinness Nigeria brews beer in Nigeria and packages and markets a range of international spirits, beers and ready-to-drink beverages. Well-known brands in its product range include Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Guinness Extra Smooth, Malta Guinness and Harp Lager Beer. Brands in its Spirits range include Smirnoff and Gordon’s; brands in it beer range include Guinness, Harp, Dubic and Satzenbrau; and brands in its ready-to-drink range include Orijin and Malta Guinness. Guinness Stout was first exported to Sierra Leone in 1827 and became very popular across West Africa. Ikeja in Lagos, Nigeria was chosen in 1963 as the first location outside the British Isles to brew the iconic dark beer. Riding on the back of steady growth in markets for Guinness Stout and Harp Lager, Guinness Nigeria Plc now has 5 brewing plants in the country. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Guinness Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. By Martha BrettschneiderMy father died 39 years ago, just a few days after my thirteenth birthday. Since he chose to take his own life, Father’s Day triggered sadness and self-pity for many years.The more painful truth, though, is that when I learned he was gone, the deepest part of my young heartfelt relief for him.My earliest memories of my handsome, brilliant father—whose hands were once on the cover of Life magazine performing one of the earliest liver transplants—were fraught with mixed emotions.He loved me deeply, and let me know it. Despite that, I could never crack the core of his bipolar disorder-induced despair, no matter how hard I tried.His suffering was palpable to me and seeped into my own tender skin. So even while I wailed in my mother’s arms upon hearing the news of his death, a small voice whispered, “At least he’s not suffering anymore.”Years of therapy helped me realize that I could never have made him happy, could never have saved his life. Eventually, I stopped counting the days in the run-up to Father’s Day, stopped planning that I would be miserable, and got through the day in a relatively neutral frame of mind.How Mindfulness Has Nurtured a New Sense of Gratitude on Father’s DaySix years ago, while recovering from breast cancer, I stumbled into mindfulness practice quite by accident (if you believe in accidents, which, frankly, I don’t anymore).I discovered that I was spending most of my time focused on the future, with intermittent periods of being mired in the past. I was missing out on the beauty of life in the present moment, the only place where anything real happens, the only place I can take action.Most shocking of all was learning that I have a choice in which thoughts to buy into. I can allow thoughts that don’t serve me to float away. I can decide what memories to include in my highlight reel.Learning these truths on an intellectual level is one thing. Unleashing the full power of present moment awareness requires a whole lot of practice. In my own case, nurturing a daily meditation habit has been key to translating theory into results.My personal experience is in line with the mountain of neuroscience research results on the benefits of mindfulness meditation. Daily practice in the art of carving out a few minutes of stillness to observe my thought patterns has strengthened my capacity for:AcceptanceNon-judgmentCompassionEmpathyForgivenessSense of connectednessGratitudeMy Father’s Day Highlight ReelInstead of replaying the sad memories that trigger suffering, this Father’s Day my highlight reel will feature these memories:The times I stood on my father’s feet as a little girl while he danced us around the living room.The many mornings I watched him slather shaving cream over the stubble of his beard, pull his mouth to one side to stretch the cheek skin tight, and drag the razor through the white foam to clear smooth Zamboni tracks. Once both cheeks and his mustache were done, I held my breath while he shaved the thin casing of his throat.The smell of his Old Spice aftershave after he shook it from the ivory colored glass bottle with the strange metal stopper and slapped it onto his face. (Those were the days of only one Old Spice fragrance, not the dizzying array of choices my own sons have today.)The soft amber leather and black stitching of the baseball glove he bought and oiled for me before taking me to a park to play catch. The heft of the softball as I snatched it from the air.Riding the chairlift with him to the top of a black diamond ski run in Colorado when I was in kindergarten and coming across a mountain goat on the slow descent down. This is a mixed memory since I was petrified of the difficulty of the run but didn’t want to disappoint him. Looking back, however, I see the confidence he had in me as a gift.And finally, getting behind the wheel of my father’s car on my thirteenth birthday when he announced it was time for me to learn to drive. My feet barely hit the pedals and I suggested this might not be a good idea, but he insisted. When he died eight days later, I understood.For most of my life, I focused on the irresponsibility of that driving lesson. This Father’s Day, 39 years later, I’m reframing it as the final indication of his love for me. He knew he was checking out, but not before teaching his youngest child to drive.And those other memories linked to his depths of suffering, the ones I’m not choosing for my highlight reel? Those episodes made me stronger too. They taught me to live my life to the fullest, attend to my mental and physical health, and seek treatment for both when needed. They taught me to cherish the gift of life and loved ones since you never know how long any of us will be here.Having a positive highlight reel doesn’t mean burying the hard parts. With practice, we can honor the role of tough times in our lives and let the negative emotions go. Each stepping stone along the way, including the sharpest, most painful ones, shape us in positive ways if we stay open to learning the lessons.It took therapy to get me to a point of neutrality on Father’s Day. It took mindfulness to get me to a point of gratitude. Martha Brettschneider is the author of Blooming Into Mindfulness: How the Universe Used a Garden, Cancer, and Carpools to Teach Me That Calm Is the New Happy Please enter your name here Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 TAGSfather’s day Previous articleClark Gable, Rita Hayworth and the plight of a caregiver…Next articleIn case you missed it: The Apopka news week in review Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
ArchDaily Save this picture!© Hiroyuki Oki+ 30Curated by Matheus Pereira Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/548465/thao-dien-house-mm-architects Clipboard Projects 2014 Photographs: Hiroyuki OkiSave this picture!© Hiroyuki OkiRecommended ProductsWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40DoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. This project is a renovation of a villa located in east suburb of Ho Chi Minh City, District 2. The intention was to turn the existing construction, a “pastiche” art deco, into a contemporary villa with clean lines and open spaces while keeping the entire existing concrete structure. The cost saving, which represents around 30% of total construction cost and the time saving on the construction schedule was a huge benefit for the client, an investor. Therefore, with balancing the cost, it was possible to add new elements to the construction.Save this picture!© Hiroyuki OkiThe building has been reduced to his most minimal expression, a white cubic shape with two vertical vegetal walls added on the front and back of the house in order to bring privacy for the bedrooms and allowing large openings for natural ventilation without crossing views. The vertical garden “extends” the surrounding vegetation onto the walls and makes the house “disappearing” into the landscape. It creates a strong visual connection between the house and the garden and gives an identity to the place.Save this picture!© Hiroyuki OkiOn the ground floor, living room, dining and kitchen are merged in one unique space fully open to the outdoor on three sides, bringing the garden inside the house. Swimming pool and decking have been reshaped as an extension of the interior space. The staircase has been relocated for a better distribution of the first floor and creates the main feature of the living room with a floating steps design. On the first floor, three bedrooms instead of the four existing in order to gain space to create a real master suite.Save this picture!© Hiroyuki OkiSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Hiroyuki OkiStarting from a poor existing space quality, enclosed, with no connection to the garden, this project is an experiment to demonstrate how it can be versatile and fun to “play” with an existing structure and to turn the construction into a radically different layout and design, revealing better spaces, adding value to the place and proposing a life style closer to nature.Note: This Project was originally published in December 08, 2014Save this picture!© Hiroyuki OkiProject gallerySee allShow lessWAL(L)TZ Installation / T SAKHI ArchitectsSelected ProjectsBlue House / SIAA + Beatriz Meyer EstúdioSelected Projects Share “COPY” Area: 280 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Vietnam Architects: MM++ architects Area Area of this architecture project Year: CopyAbout this officeMM++ architectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabas3D ModellingThảo ĐiềnWoodIcebergHousesVietnamPublished on November 17, 2019Cite: “Thao Dien House / MM++ architects” 17 Nov 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Previous articleAnimal Care Center Stage During USFRA Food DialoguesNext articleDemand for Sorghum at an All-Time High, Supply Needed Gary Truitt Home Energy DDGs Sales To China Remain Uncertin SHARE SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Jan 19, 2015 The prospect of China reissuing distillers grains import permits bodes well for the product’s American exporters, but Randy Ives isn’t ready to gloat about it. “We have to be cautious,” says the longtime DDGS marketer and director of ethanol services at Gavilon. “The uncertainty from China has put the industry in a tough position in the past. Collectively, we need to take additional steps to manage the contract performance risk that’s been an issue before.”Ives and other DDGS exporters are necessarily guarded about China’s decision in late December to lift its ban on Syngenta’s MIR 162, the genetically modified grain trait at the center of the country’s three-month-long constriction on U.S. corn and DDGS. “Of course, it’s huge news for distillers grains, but that doesn’t instantly return them to the pedestal of being an important trade partner to the ethanol industry and to the U.S. ag industry as a whole,” Ives says. Ives is one of many U.S. DDGS marketers who greeted the late-December announcement from China with incredulity and a stern vow to not get stung again. Less than two years after carrying out a questionable anti-dumping probe that severely disrupted the international DDGS market, China’s feed regulators claimed to have discovered traces of then-banned MIR 162 in cargos of both corn and DDGS in late 2013 and throughout 2014. By mid-September, China was fully enforcing the ban, quarantining large quantities of U.S. corn and DDGS on its docks and turning shipments away at sea. American exporters, logistics providers and Chinese importers together lost millions as communication was lost, contracts were broken and DDGS prices slid more than $100 a ton. By October, imports to China were nil as the commodities world waited for a resolution. As painful as China’s fourth-quarter DDGS timeout was, Ives says, the market displayed incredible resilience and American traders remained buoyant through it all. “Our product’s global market is larger, more distributed and more stable than it used to be,” Ives says. “We have buyers in 80 countries now, so when China stepped out last fall, customers in other nations stepped in and have stayed. On top of that, we knew China would come back. We just didn’t know when.” DDGs Sales To China Remain Uncertin
Twitter WhatsApp ROCHESTER, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 24, 2021– Today, at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education’s Annual Education Conference, VisualDx announced Project IMPACT (Improving Medicine’s Power to Address Care and Treatment). Project IMPACT is a global effort to reduce disparities in medicine and highlight ways to bridge gaps of knowledge and improve healthcare outcomes for patients of color. Inaugural members include thought leaders on skin of color and diagnostic accuracy from renowned organizations such as the Skin of Color Society (SOCS) and New England Journal of Medicine ( NEJM) Group. Dark skin is significantly underrepresented in medical literature and curricula, comprising an average of just 4.5% of images in medical textbooks. Consequently, clinicians of all licensures and specialties are often insufficiently trained to recognize disease patterns in patients of color. To confront this issue, VisualDx, SOCS, and NEJM Group organized a webinar series in the fall of 2020 to educate providers on structural racism in medicine, disease patterns in dark skin types, and culturally competent care. Due to the overwhelmingly positive response from more than 32,000 registrants from close to 100 countries, VisualDx created Project IMPACT to raise awareness and adoption of educational and clinical resources and solutions that bolster clinicians’ ability to accurately diagnose disease in black and brown skin and improve health equity. “Dermatologic and systemic diseases present with varying shades of color, erythema, and patterns in patients of color with melanin-rich skin. The Skin of Color Society (SOCS) has been working to advance healthcare equity, education, research and mentoring since our founding in 2004. We now are honored to collaborate and share the expertise of our members with VisualDx and NEJM Group on this vitally important initiative,” commented Lynn McKinley-Grant, MD, FAAD, board-certified dermatologist, SOCS President, Associate Professor, Department of Dermatology, Howard University College of Medicine and Former Vice-Chair for Diversity and Community Engagement at Duke University College of Medicine, Department of Dermatology. “NEJM Group is pleased to be part of this collaboration with Skin of Color Society and VisualDx to offer a collection of resources to engage and educate clinicians on diagnostic quality and accuracy in patients of color,” said Kathy Charlton, Managing Director of NEJM Group Education and Applied Knowledge. For more than twenty years, VisualDx has worked with board-certified physicians across the globe to collect hundreds of thousands of professional medical images displaying the full spectrum of disease presentations across skin types. As a result, greater than 30% of images in its platform represent dark skin types. Studies also indicate that clinicians leveraging VisualDx at the point of care can improve diagnostic accuracy as well as patient education and engagement, particularly for traditionally marginalized groups. “Lack of sufficient medical education on darker skin has had direct implications on health disparities in patients of color,” said Nada Elbuluk, MD, MSc, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist and Director of Clinical Impact at VisualDx. “Project IMPACT was created with the understanding that a far-reaching, collaborative effort is needed to eliminate systemic racism in healthcare. I’m honored to lead this charge and help build a global community dedicated to transforming medicine for the good of all patients.” Students, educators, clinicians, and patients working toward greater health equity are encouraged to take the pledge to make an impact and to share their stories on social media using the hashtag #ProjectIMPACT. To learn more and join Project IMPACT, visit www.projectimpact.org. About VisualDx VisualDx is an award-winning diagnostic clinical decision support system that has become the standard medical professional resource at more than 50% of U.S. medical schools and more than 2,300 hospitals and clinics worldwide. VisualDx combines problem oriented clinical search with the world’s best curated medical image library, plus medical knowledge from experts and sophisticated machine learning algorithms to help with differential diagnosis, variation, treatment, and patient communication. Our mission is to improve healthcare decision making and reduce diagnostic errors. Learn more at www.visualdx.com. About Skin of Color Society The Skin of Color Society (SOCS) is a professional dermatologic organization dedicated to promoting awareness of, and excellence in, the specialty of skin of color dermatology. The Society was established in 2004 by Susan C. Taylor, MD, and has grown to include members from numerous countries around the world. The Society is committed to wide-ranging educational and investigational pursuits designed to positively impact individuals with skin of color and to ensure the success of dermatologists in serving these individuals through research support, training and mentorship. Learn more at www.skinofcolorsociety.org. About NEJM Group NEJM Group creates high-quality medical resources for research, learning, practice and professional development designed to meet the demand for essential medical knowledge among academic researchers and teachers, physicians, clinicians, executives and others in medicine and health care. NEJM Group products include the New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Journal Watch, NEJM Knowledge+, and NEJM Catalyst, NEJM Resident 360, NEJM Yi Xue Qian Yan and NEJM Career Center. NEJM Group is a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society. For more information visit www.nejmgroup.org. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224005131/en/ CONTACT: Media Contact Lindsey Honig Aria Marketing for VisualDx 617-332-9999 x206 [email protected] KEYWORD: NEW YORK UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HEALTH HOSPITALS GENETICS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT OTHER HEALTH GENERAL HEALTH SOURCE: VisualDx Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Delhi HC Agrees To Hear PIL Which Claims Arnab Goswami’s Reporting of Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case Distorted, MisleadingMay 26, 2021 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: npwsfhnnm.
News UpdatesDelhi HC Agrees To Hear PIL Which Claims Arnab Goswami’s Reporting of Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case Distorted, Misleading Press Trust of India9 Oct 2020 2:19 AMShare This – xA PIL has been moved in the Delhi High Court alleging that journalist Arnab Goswami and his channel were reporting “distorted and misleading facts” on the death of actor Shushant Singh Rajput resulting in infringement of the right to fair trial of actor Rhea Chakraborty.The plea has sought directions to the Centre to frame rules, regulations or guidelines to govern reporting or broadcasting…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA PIL has been moved in the Delhi High Court alleging that journalist Arnab Goswami and his channel were reporting “distorted and misleading facts” on the death of actor Shushant Singh Rajput resulting in infringement of the right to fair trial of actor Rhea Chakraborty.The plea has sought directions to the Centre to frame rules, regulations or guidelines to govern reporting or broadcasting of all news related to criminal investigations.The petition was listed for hearing on Friday before a bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan which asked the petitioner to come on the next date – November 27 – with his suggestions on the kind of rules that can be framed to regulate media reporting of criminal probes.The plea has also sought initiation of contempt of court proceedings against Goswami and his channel for the alleged “prejudicial reporting” of the Rajput death case.The petition has alleged that the journalist and the TV channel are on a “witch hunt” against Rajput’s friend Chakraborty and are behaving as “judge, jury and executioner” to sway the public opinion against her.”Interestingly, no investigating agency is probing any charge of murder in the present criminal investigation. Even the FIR registered by the Patna police on the complaint received by the father of the deceased (Rajput) is for abetment to suicide and other penal provisions. Moreover, as per the report of AIIMS, the cause of death is suicide and not murder,” the petition has claimed.It has also sought a direction restraining the journalist and the channel from “publishing or broadcasting any information or news related to any criminal investigation in the name of investigative journalism and/or information received from anonymous sources”.Next Story
Pinterest Garda appeal over hit and run incident in Ramelton Facebook WhatsApp By News Highland – April 2, 2020 Previous articleSix more people die from coronavirus in NorthNext article13 more deaths & 402 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ireland News Highland Gardai in Milford are appealing for information relating to a hit and run in the Ramelton area yesterday evening.Gardai believe a charcoal coloured BMW 320, partial registration 06 DL was involved in the incident at Ballyare at around 5:45pm.Anyone with information is asked to contact Milford Garda Station on 074 91 53060 or the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111. Facebook Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Homepage BannerNews Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Pinterest Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further
Raman spectroscopy of senescing snow algae: pigmentation changes in an Antarctic cold desert extremophileMay 9, 2021 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: npwsfhnnm.
The FT-Raman spectra are described of green and red snow algae, Chlamydomona, involved in the colonization of exposed surfaces of the McLeod Glacier, Jane Col, Signy Island, situated at the northern edge of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica. The protective biochemicals produced by these extremophilic algae give rise to the so-called watermelon snow of Alpine regions. The red colour of the senescent algae is shown to derive from the accumulation of carotenoids and a deficiency of chlorophyll believed to arise from UV-radiation induced breakdown into phaecophytin. A comparison of the Raman spectra of young (green) and old (red) algae is effected and possible bio-markers for spectral detection on extraterrestrial icy moons and planets are identified.