A new bill seeking to legalise sports wagering and video lottery terminals (VLTs) in Missouri has cleared the state’s House Special Committee (HCS). Missouri sports betting and VLT bill clears House committee 29th January 2020 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter A new bill seeking to legalise sports wagering and video lottery terminals (VLTs) in Missouri has cleared the state’s House Special Committee (HCS).Sponsored by State Representative Dan Shaul, the 31-page House Bill 2088 will now proceed to the House floor for further debate.HB 2088 sets out proposals to legalise land-based, mobile and online sports betting in Missouri, with only licensed facilities permitted to offer wagering. Operators would need to pay an initial $25,000 (£19,209/€22,722) to apply for a licence.The bill said that licensed operators would be able to contract a third party to conduct sports wagering at their facility and interactive betting, but only if they were also to secure a licence.Read the full story on iGB North America. Topics: Legal & compliance Lottery Sports betting Regions: US Missouri Email Address
Acoustic Consultant: Area: 320 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Kalle Block Save this picture!© Senne van der Ven+ 23Curated by Paula Pintos Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/960017/single-family-house-with-poolhouse-studio-ambacht-plus-oostkaai Clipboard Projects CopyHouses•Lier, Belgium Single Family House with Poolhouse / Studio Ambacht + Oostkaai Belgium Photographs “COPY” ArchDaily Year: Design And Built:Jelle JordanArchitecture:Studio Ambacht, David D’ HulstInterior Decoration:Blancooo, Annemie Lathouwer, Karen SeykensEngineering:Kurt Laeremans VOFCity:LierCountry:BelgiumMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Senne van der VenRecommended ProductsWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40WoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsText description provided by the architects. The house is a tribute to great designers such as le Corbusier, Kahn, and Scarpa. On the outskirts of the historic village Lier in Belgium, studio Ambacht designed this single-family house as a ‘gesamtkunstwerk’ in close cooperation with the owners, contractor, and local craftsmen. Save this picture!© Senne van der VenSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Senne van der VenThe environment is characterized by row and semi-detached houses with south-facing gardens. The house, located on the border between urban development and rural areas, is a former farm that has been thoroughly renovated. The site has a minimal slope of 60 cm towards the garden. Save this picture!© Senne van der VenSave this picture!© Senne van der VenWhen entering the house, visitors will be greeted by a glimpse of the swimming pool and the black pool house at the back of the garden. Closely connected to the hallway, a central atrium. supplies the building with light and sun. Everything is organized around it. The courtyard’s walls reach almost 6 meters high, a stark contrast to the kitchen with its height of only 2.26 meters: the golden ratio of le Corbusier. Save this picture!© Senne van der VenThe kitchen is located next to the atrium and functions as a lookout over the entire house and garden. The acoustic ceiling and eye-catching bookshelf connect the kitchen with the living area, which is situated on a lower level. The stairs to the living area are Scarpa-inspired. A long swimming pool leads to another small house in the garden built from wood and which serves as a holiday home or home office. Save this picture!© Senne van der VenSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Senne van der VenThe house is built with authentic, natural materials such as brick, concrete, and wood. Premium surfaces (walnut, dark oak and brown marble)were used along with truly ascetic ones such as polished concrete for the floors and exposed concrete for most of the ceilings. The facades are Kahn-inspired and made out of white-painted brick in combination with concrete and exotic afrormosia wood. Save this picture!© Senne van der VenProject gallerySee allShow lessStrata House / Scott BrownriggSelected ProjectsUnited States Land Port of Entry / Richter ArchitectsSelected Projects Share CopyAbout this officeStudio AmbachtOfficeFollowOostkaaiOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLierOn FacebookBelgiumPublished on April 24, 2021Cite: “Single Family House with Poolhouse / Studio Ambacht + Oostkaai” 24 Apr 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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The cryosphere, which comprises a large portion of Earth’s surface, is rapidly changing as a consequence of global climate change. Ice, snow, and frozen ground in the polar and alpine regions of the planet are known to directly impact atmospheric composition, which for example is observed in the large influence of ice and snow on polar boundary layer chemistry. Atmospheric inputs to the cryosphere, including aerosols, nutrients, and contaminants, are also changing in the anthropocene thus driving cryosphere-atmosphere feedbacks whose understanding is crucial for understanding future climate. Here, we present the Cryosphere and ATmospheric Chemistry initiative (CATCH) which is focused on developing new multidisciplinary research approaches studying interactions of chemistry, biology, and physics within the coupled cryosphere – atmosphere system and their sensitivity to environmental change. We identify four key science areas: (1) micro-scale processes in snow and ice, (2) the coupled cryosphere-atmosphere system, (3) cryospheric change and feedbacks, and (4) improved decisions and stakeholder engagement. To pursue these goals CATCH will foster an international, multidisciplinary research community, shed light on new research needs, support the acquisition of new knowledge, train the next generation of leading scientists, and establish interactions between the science community and society.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail2018 Diamond Images/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — The Cleveland Browns will release wide receiver Josh Gordon on Monday.The news came the same day the team ruled the former pro-bowler out for Sunday’s game against the Saints.Gordon had been suspended for most of the past four seasons for repeated drug offenses.In a statement, team general manager John Dorsey said, “”For the past six years, the Browns have fully supported and invested in Josh, both personally and professionally and wanted the best for him, but unfortunately we’ve reached a point where we feel it’s best to part ways and move forward. We wish Josh well.”Sources tell ESPN’s Chris Mortenson that Gordon broke the team’s trust after coming to the facility with a hamstring injury after being a full participant all week during practice.In week one, Gordon caught a 17 yard touchdown pass against the Steelers.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. September 15, 2018 /Sports News – National Browns to release Josh Gordon on Monday Beau Lund Written by
SummaryBaylor College of Medicine/ Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center(BSMLC) seeks a BC/BE Physician to serve in the role of Chief ofPalliative Care at BSLMC with an academic title at Baylor Collegeof Medicine and an appointment in the Section of Geriatrics andPalliative Medicine, Department of Medicine. We are seeking aPalliative Care trained physician with experience building apalliative care program. The leader will have sufficient dedicatednon-clinical effort for administrative, quality improvement andeducation activities.Their task is to develop inpatient and ICU consult services withfocus on 1) cardiovascular disease, 2) oncology, and 3)general/serious advanced illnesses (COPD, liver disease, dementia).Rank and salary commensurate with experience.Interested individuals should submit CV and references to thedocument uploads.Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.4399CA; CH
‘Whatever happens subsequently at News International has nothing whatever to do with me or with the chair’s current holder. The application for this year’s placement with News International reads, “The News International Benefaction includes a scheme which allows some students to have a short period of work experience with newspapers in the News International Group, which includes The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, and The News of the World. When asked whether the Faculty would reconsider its relationship with News International in light of recent developments, a spokesperson declined to comment. ‘I’m simply grateful for (Murdoch’s) generosity to Worcester and Oxford University, and whatever is happening at News International is of course of interest to me, but only as a newspaper reader.’ A university spokesperson stated, “In 1990 Oxford received an endowment from News International with three strands: one that funds the Rupert Murdoch professor of language and communication; one that provides for a Times Lectureship endowment that funds three lecturers; and the News International Fund that provides various small grants, an annual News International visiting professor of media and a work experience scheme for current students who are interested in journalism.’ As a part of Murdoch’s endowment, the English Faculty runs a summer internship scheme to encourage aspiring journalists to work for the newspapers owned by News International. Many companies withdrew their advertising from The News of the World before it was closed and there is currently market speculation that News International will be sold by its American parent, News Corporation. Jean Aitchison, who holds the position of emeritus Rupert Murdoch professor of language and communication at Worcester, told the Times Higher Education supplement, ‘At Oxford, the chair is simply regarded as a generous gift from an ex-student. When asked if the university would sever its ties with Murdoch in light of the phone hacking scandal, the spokesperson commented, ‘Our full processes of scrutiny were carried out at the time of the endowment.’ “The scheme is open to second- and third-year undergraduates and postgraduates within the first three years of their studies. The selected students will be known as Rupert Murdoch Scholars and will receive a bursary of £200 if living outside London, £120 if resident in London.” One source informed Cherwell that students who were offered placements with News of the World this summer were likely to be relocated to another News International publication after the newspaper was forced to close down last week after 168 years due to allegations of phone hacking. Oxford will maintain its links with Rupert Murdoch, embattled tycoon and founder of News Corporation, despite allegations of the company’s involvement in illegal phone hacking. Murdoch studied PPE at Worcester and contributed to Cherwell as a business manager during his time at Oxford.
A new independent review into the prudential supervision of the Co-operative Bank between 2008 and 2013 has been announced by the Economic Secretary to the Treasury John Glen today (6 March 2018).The new independent review follows today’s (6 March 2018) announcement by the Financial Conduct Authority that it has now concluded its enforcement investigations into the Co-op Bank and related individuals.The independent review will look into the supervision of the Co-operative Bank during a significant period for the firm, including its withdrawal from the bidding process to purchase 632 bank branches from Lloyds Banking Group (known as “Project Verde”) in 2013, to understand what lessons can be learned.The Economic Secretary to the Treasury has approved the Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA) appointment of Mark Zelmer to carry out the Independent review. Mr Zelmer has over 30 years’ experience in financial services regulation and policy. He is a former Deputy Superintendent of the Office of Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Canada, and previously a senior official at the Bank of Canada, International Monetary Fund, and representative on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and Financial Stability Board.Economic Secretary to the Treasury John Glen said: We are committed to creating a stronger and safer banking system. A vital part of this is ensuring that our regulatory system can learn from past events. The launch of this independent review is a further demonstration of this commitment. The government committed to undertake an independent investigation in 2013, once the Financial Conduct Authority’s regulatory action concluded. That regulatory action has now come to an end. The Review will look at the actions, policies and approach of the Financial Services Authority, and latterly the PRA, as the institutions with statutory responsibility for the prudential supervision of the Co-op Bank during the period in question. It will focus on the outstanding questions identified by the House of Commons Treasury Committee (TSC) in its 2014 report on Project Verde.As recommended by the TSC, the review will have full access to all relevant documents and correspondence, including the record of government contacts concerning the Lloyds “Verde” bidding process. A detailed Direction has been laid in Parliament to initiate the Review and set out its scope and parameters.
A new bakery with a focus on traditional Danish recipes has opened in Cardiff.Run by Danish-born Betina Skovbro, Brød opened on 4 November and sells a range breads and pastries as well as offering café facilities.Baking duties are mostly in the hands of Simon Stokholm, who moved from his home in north Denmark to take up the position, though Skovbro helps out when she is able. Meanwhile, ex-Starbucks supervisor Ben Davies has been placed in charge of coffee after being recommended to Skovbro by a friend.Skovbro said she was motivated to open the bakery partly because her grandfather was a baker, primarily making bread but also sweet bakes, and also because she wanted to bring authentic Danish baking to the area.She said of the opening: “It has been very good. We’ve been absolutely overwhelmed with the interest we’ve had.”