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Giant Epiphyses in a Ross Seal

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first_imgTHE Ross Seal (Ommatophoca rossi) is a relatively little-known animal and it was not until recently, when the British Museum (Natural History) received two frozen specimens from the British Antarctic Survey, that any detailed investigation of it could be attempted. Several curious characters have been noted in the first of these seals to be dissected, including a peculiarity of the flippers.last_img

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Utah Football To Participate In Pac-12 Media Day Wednesday; Fall Camp About To Start

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first_img Tags: Bradlee Anae/Eccles Center football fields/Kyle Whittingham/Pac-12/Rice-Eccles Stadium/Utah Football/Zack Moss Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHOLLYWOOD, Calif.-Wednesday, University of Utah’s football program will participate in Pac-12 media day at Hollywood, Calif.As part of the Pac-12’s South division, the Utes’ media availability will be from 9:00 am-1:00 pm and 2:30-5:30 pm MDT.The Utes will be represented by head coach Kyle Whittingham, who is in his 15th season at the helm of the Utah program.He will be joined by senior defensive end Bradlee Anae and senior tailback Zack Moss.The Utes will then make the swift transition into their fall camp from July 31-August 17.All of the Utes’ practices will be at either the Eccles Center football fields or Rice-Eccles Stadium, each of which are on the campus of the University of Utah. July 22, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Football To Participate In Pac-12 Media Day Wednesday; Fall Camp About To Start Written bylast_img read more

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Utah State rides big plays to 62-7 rout of Stony Brook

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first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah (AP) — Utah State scored on several long plays and amassed 717 yards and defeated FCS-member Stony Brook 62-7 on Saturday.Jordan Love completed 25 of 34 passes for 294 yards and a touchdown, and Jaylen Warren carried nine times for 105 yards with touchdown runs of 28 and 54 yards for the Aggies (1-1). Other highlights included a 45-yard punt return TD by Deven Thompkins, a 30-yard TD pass from Henry Colombi to Derek Wright and a 59-yard TD run by Andrew Peasley.The Aggies led 34-0 at halftime and 41-0 after Warren romped 54 yards on the second play of the third quarter.Isaiah White scored the Seawolves’ touchdown on a 3-yard pass from Jack Cassidy, making the score 41-7 before Colombi connected for two TD passes and Peasley had his long scoring run.Stony Brook (1-1) was held to 263 yards. Associated Press Tags: Utah State Aggies Football September 7, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah State rides big plays to 62-7 rout of Stony Brooklast_img read more

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Tesco vows to ride the health wave

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first_imgTesco’s bakery sales are now worth £1bn a year and are growing 14% annually, bakery director Tony Reed has revealed.Speaking at the British Society of Baking’s spring conference in Birmingham this week, Mr Reed said bakery turnover has almost doubled from £600m since he took over almost five years ago. Growth is being driven by new formats such as Tesco Express and Tesco Extra.As he took to the podium in his last function, having stepped up to become operations director for Tesco’s northern superstores, Mr Reed said without Tesco’s growth over the years the bakery market would have at “best been flat” and “would probably be in decline”.In his presentation, Mr Reed identified five drivers of Tesco’s bakery offer – convenience, health, responsibility (eg clean labels), value and indulgence.Healthy eating is becoming an increasingly important driver of sales, Mr Reed told delegates and Tesco needs to “ride the health wave”. Tesco saw an 8% decline in white bread sales over the past year, with wholemeal bread sales growing 16%. Tesco will “follow the money” on this trend, he said, and “go after wholemeal and bread with bits”. To this end, it is to increase space allocated to these lines in its stores from July.Mr Reed predicted: “In three years time wholemeal sales will overtake white, at this rate.”And he suggested that cakes and morning goods recipes such as croissants may need to be altered to reflect this “massive change in eating habits”.Mr Reed told suppliers he saw organic as a big growth area, on the back of the health debate. He commented: “People see organic as healthy. It is a big priority for us. But we have got to get the prices down.” Tesco has yet to find a new bakery director.last_img read more

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Time is running out to attend the Autumn Fair

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first_imgThere are just two days left to register to attend this year’s Bakers’ & Butchers’ Autumn Fair.Online registration closes at midday this Thursday 24 October. Click here to secure your place. Held on 27 October at the Yorkshire Event Centre, Harrogate, the event, sponsored by Norbake, will feature a wide range of exhibitors, as well as stage presentations and demonstrations.This year we have added a new competition to try and find Britain’s Best Loaf. It is open to all bakers, and there are four categories to choose from: Sourdough, Wholegrain, White and Innovation.The National Pie Competition, held in association with British Baker and sister title lMeat Trades Journal, and sponsored by Brook Food Processing, will also be open to both bakers and butchers. There are four categories available: Pork Pie, Savoury Pie, Steak & Kidney and Pasties.We are also delighted to announce that Michelle Collins, former Eastenders actress and currently on Coronation Street, will be our celebrity guest on the day, and will be announcing our competition winners live on stage.Exhibitors at the show include Benier, CJ’s, Dawn Foods, Ireks, Rank Hovis and Zeelandia.last_img read more

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BSB Golf Day to take place in Warwickshire

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first_imgThe British Society of Baking (BSB) is to hold its 28th annual golf day in Warwickshire on Tuesday 5 June.Taking place at the Arden Championship Course at the Forest of Arden Hotel and Country Club, attendees will play in teams of four, which costs £130 per person, with a shotgun start tee-off at 1pm.They will play 18 holes of golf over the Arden course, with society members competing for the BSB Trophy while non-members compete for the Visitors Rosebowl.The day is rounded off with a three-course dinner and after-dinner entertainment from comedian Steve Womack, a winner of the New Faces TV programme. Non-golfers can attend the evening prize-giving gala dinner for £42 per person.The BSB golf day started in 1990 as a social event for society members and guests.last_img

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Ian York named managing director of Bako North Western

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first_imgFormer Poundstretcher boss and Premier Foods sales director Ian York has become MD of bakery products distributor Bako North Western.A 17-year veteran of Premier Foods, where he held the role of group sales director, York has gone on to board-level positions in manufacturing, wholesale and retail companies such as Cambridge Commodities, Poundstretcher, Symingtons and The Tofoo Company.He is described as having a strong track record in restructuring following acquisitions and disposals, and being “passionately focused on customer growth and profit”.“This is a very exciting time to be joining Bako North Western,” York said.“With one of the most advanced multi-food product warehousing and distribution systems in the country, its ongoing commitment to innovation, investment, development and expansion makes it a perfect place to channel my own deeply held passions for customer growth and profit through market-leading solutions.”Established for over 50 years, Bako North Western Group distributes bakery products across the UK from three national depots, using a multi-temperature fleet of more than 70 vehicles. The group comprises Bako North Western, Bako Northern and Scotland, and Bako South Eastern.last_img read more

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Pretty Lights Takes On Telluride With Fresh Perspective

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first_imgWhen last we met in this Southwestern Colorado mountain town one year ago, the Pretty Lights Analog Future Band changed the game, the traveling PL-fans from all over the country impressed the locals, who were all happy to welcome the fan-base back to Telluride, CO for a second two-night run.The ever-evolving lineup of musicians who support Derek Smith, now includes new drummer Alvin Ford Jr., along with PL-Veterans Brian Coogan (Hammond B3, Clavinet, Wurlitzer), Break Science’s Borahm Lee (Prophet, Farfisa, Fender Rhodes) and Chris Karns (turntables).  The PL Live Band took the project to new places with fresh takes on old school jams, classic rock remixes to stoke the locals, and brand new improvisational vintage future sounds.Something about the Telluride altitude elevates Pretty Lights Music and it was obvious that last year was a major turning point for the project.  The Telluride 2015 experience seemed to really deliver on the idea that this project goes beyond just the music; it’s a broader thing, about the family vibes of a group of travelers who rely on each other, who contribute to the experiential vibes that the band feeds off of, along with an improved and completely in-house approach to video (much of which was shot by Smith in the days ahead of the shows), along with a new lighting approach, where lasers and lights were accented by glittery raindrops on night two.In the past, PL-heads would live and die by set lists, hoping for rare gems, but with the current incarnation of the band, all of the music is new-sounding with way more empty space which creates a head nod hip-hop vibe that seemed to look back from the future toward Derek’s earlier collaborative hip hop project, Listen, where he was an MC and producer. This decade-plus old hip hop legacy came to a culmination on night two, where Derek asked drummer Alvin Ford Jr. to lay down a beat for him to ad-lib three full verses, providing a platform for the usually vague Smith to directly address the Telluride crowd, letting them know that the collection of letters delivered to him by the fans the previous year made him cry and changed his life, along with the his perspective on what the PL project is. Tossing his trademark Yankees hat into the crowd and removing his hood for the last two tracks of the weekend emphasized the extent to which Derek had put himself out there this weekend.  And everyone was most definitely on the same page.– words Brian Jonke [all photos courtesy of Djivan Schapira – B.A.D. Photography] Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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A call for reducing fluoride levels in drinking water

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first_img Read Full Story Controversy over fluoride levels in drinking water in Massachusetts has made headlines in recent months as Cambridge, Gloucester, Newburyport, and other towns in Massachusetts relook at the decades-old practice of adding fluoride to public drinking water to reduce dental caries (cavities). Some of the controversy between scientists, dental professionals, anti-fluoride activists, town officials, and others in Massachusetts and across the U.S. might be reduced if the U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) proposal for lowering fluoride levels in U.S. drinking water was finalized, according to a Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researcher.“I know that [the Department of] Health and Human Services in Washington has recommended that [U.S. communities] decrease the level of fluoride in water from 1.0 part per million to 0.7 parts per million. I think we ought to do that right away,” Philippe Grandjean, adjunct professor of environmental health, said on WBUR’s Radio Boston on February 5, 2015.Close to 75% of the U.S. population receives drinking water containing 0.7-1.2 parts per million (ppm) fluoride to prevent tooth decay, levels that were based on recommendations from the federal government made more than four decades ago. The decision to add fluoride to a water supply is made by local or state governments.last_img read more

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Air France in November 5 times a week for Zagreb

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first_imgIn the first week of October, the company announced daily flights on this route in the winter months ahead, but in the last week of October, from 26 to 31.10 October, the company will operate between Paris and Zagreb 3 times a week (Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays). as we announced earlier, they report from Croatian Aviation. In the announcement of the winter flight schedule, on October 02, Air France announced daily flights on the Paris-Zagreb route. As of November 01, Air France offers 5 flights a week on this route, daily except Tuesdays and Sundays. On the Paris-Zagreb route, E190 aircraft with a capacity of 100 passengers in this carrier’s fleet will operate in November. center_img Air France is extremely crucial because it has a strong network of destinations throughout Europe, which provides passengers from Zagreb with a large number of connections via Paris to further destinations in Europe and the world, and vice versa.last_img read more

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