Ginsters is relaunching its individual 180g boxed pie range and launching new Steak & Onion and Peppered Steak varieties.The refreshed packaging will now feature the British flag to highlight Ginsters’ use of only British meat and locally sourced vegetables.A new range of Chicken and Steak & Onion Lattices has also been launched.www.ginsters.co.uk
With Biden’s inauguration as starting line, analysts probe the challenges ahead, issue by issue, in this ‘rare and difficult hour’ Related I have never been prouder to see another young woman rise! Brava Brava, @TheAmandaGorman! Maya Angelou is cheering—and so am I. pic.twitter.com/I5HLE0qbPs— Oprah Winfrey (@Oprah) January 20, 2021 On a day for the history books, @TheAmandaGorman delivered a poem that more than met the moment. Young people like her are proof that “there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it; if only we’re brave enough to be it.” pic.twitter.com/mbywtvjtEH— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) January 20, 2021 On Wednesday, Amanda Gorman ’20 stepped up to the podium to deliver the reading during the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden.Her piece, titled “The Hill We Climb,” called for unity and justice, through both reckoning with the nation’s past and looking toward its future.The former sociology concentrator is the U.S.’s first youth poet laureate. At 22 years old, she is also the youngest to present the inaugural reading, following in the footsteps of Maya Angelou, Robert Frost, and Elizabeth Alexander.Former President Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey lauded Gorman for her performance. The Los Angeles native also received praise from “Hamilton” playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, which she referenced in her poem. You were perfect. Perfectly written, perfectly delivered. Every bit of it. Brava! -LMM— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) January 20, 2021,‘The Hill We Climb’When day comes we ask ourselves,‘where can we find light in this never-ending shade,’the loss we carry,a sea we must wade?We’ve braved the belly of the beast.We’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace,and the norms and notionsof what just isisn’t always just-ice.And yet the dawn is oursbefore we knew it,somehow we do it.Somehow we’ve weathered and witnesseda nation that isn’t brokenbut simply unfinished.We, the successors of a country and a timewhere a skinny Black girldescended from slaves and raised by a single mothercan dream of becoming presidentonly to find herself reciting for one.And yes, we are far from polished,far from pristine,but that doesn’t mean we arestriving to form a union that is perfect.We are striving to forge a union with purpose,to compose a country committed to all cultures, colors, characters, andconditions of man.And so we lift our gazes not to what stands between usbut what stands before us.We close the divide because we know, to put our future first,we must first put our differences aside.We lay down our armsso we can reach out our armsto one another.We seek harm to none and harmony for all.Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true:That even as we grieved, we grew;that even as we hurt, we hoped;that even as we tired, we tried;that we’ll forever be tied together, victorious,not because we will never again know defeatbut because we will never again sow division.Scripture tells us to envisionthat everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig treeand no one shall make them afraid.If we’re to live up to our own timethen victory won’t lie in the bladebut in all the bridges we’ve made.That is the promise to glade,the hill we climbif only we dare it,because being American is more than a pride we inherit —it’s the past we step intoand how we repair it.We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nationrather than share itwould destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy.And this effort very nearly succeeded.But while democracy can be periodically delayed,it can never be permanently defeated.In this truth,in this faith we trust,for while we have our eyes on the future,history has its eyes on us.This is the era of just redemptionwe feared at its inception.We did not feel prepared to be the heirsof such a terrifying hourbut within it we found the powerto author a new chapter,to offer hope and laughter to ourselves.So while once we asked,‘how could we possibly prevail over catastrophe,’now we assert,‘how could catastrophe possibly prevail over us?’We will not march back to what wasbut move to what shall be:a country that is bruised but whole,benevolent but bold,fierce, and free.We will not be turned aroundor interrupted by intimidationbecause we know our inaction and inertiawill be the inheritance of the next generation.Our blunders become their burdens.But one thing is certain:If we merge mercy with might,and might with right,then love becomes our legacyand change our children’s birthright.So let us leave behind a countrybetter than the one we were left with.Every breath from my bronze-pounded chest,we will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one.We will rise from the gold-limned hills of the west,we will rise from the windswept northeastwhere our forefathers first realized revolution,we will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the midwestern states,we will rise from the sunbaked south.We will rebuild, reconcile, and recoverin every known nook of our nation andevery corner called our country,our people diverse and beautiful will emerge,battered and beautiful.When day comes we step out of the shade,aflame and unafraid.The new dawn blooms as we free it.For there is always light,if only we’re brave enough to see it,if only we’re brave enough to be it. The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news. Recognizing pain but seizing hope The poetic perspective Harvard community reflects on the lessons of a solemn inaugural for troubled times And now, the way forward Youth laureate Amanda Gorman ’20 will deliver a special poem at Bacow’s inauguration
By Dialogo April 27, 2009 The contract between Brazilian striker Adriano, who is on a break with his career and is trying to overcome depression in Brazil, and Italian club Inter Milan has been terminated “on a consensual basis,” said the club on Friday in a statement. The termination is effective as of April 1, 2009, according to the club in the 1st division of Italian football, which concluded with a statement giving “Adriano an embrace from all the Inter team, for eight years and 74 goals during their time together.” The player, aged 27, did not return to Milan after his most recent public appearance on April 1, sitting on his national soccer team’s bench during Brazil’s 3 to 5 victory over Peru in the playoffs for the 2010 World Cup South Africa. Adriano joined Inter in 2001 but was transferred three times: to Fiorentina (January-June 2002), to Parma (2002-January 2004) and to Sao Paulo (January-June 2008). In total, he has participated in 117 matches with Inter, including 123 league games (48 goals) and 35 in European Cups (18 goals), and won three Italian league (2006, 2007 and 2008) and two Italian Cups (2005 and 2006). 2004-2005 was his best season, with 28 goals (10 in the Champions League).
Agus explained that consumers could expect refunds via e-wallets to be settled within a week, compared to bank transfers, which can take up to 60 days. He added that OYO had settled 99.4 percent of all refund requests within the last six months.OYO Indonesia country stock head Carlo Ongko first announced the company’s plan to partner with “two major e-wallets” in August after receiving some 5,000 refund requests from June to August.He said providing refunds via e-wallets would shorten the transaction verification process and minimize human error in data input.In the same month, the company said it had seen a 70 percent increase in occupancy from May, signaling a recovery after months of slumping demand and canceled bookings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.OYO has found itself in the spotlight after consumer complaints about refund and payment problems went viral. (eyc)Topics : Budget hotel aggregator OYO has announced it has partnered with local e-wallet platforms GoPay and OVO to settle refunds swiftly amid an increase in hotel cancellations as people refrain from travelling during the pandemic.OYO Indonesia country head Agus Hartono Wijaya said the e-wallet platforms were expected to simplify and speed up the refund and booking payment process, as well as reduce the need for physical contact at reception desks when customers make transactions.“We are also innovating to digitize guests’ stay experiences, especially amid the current pandemic,” he said in a statement on Tuesday.
ROSWELL, Ga. – For a 12th consecutive season, Genesis Racing Shocks gives contingency awards to drivers in four IMCA divisions. “The number of drivers having success on Genesis shocks continues to climb and it is important for racers to sign up for the program when the forms are available in March,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder emphasized. “It is a great way to track progress and make sure we continue to recognize those accomplishments at our national banquet.” All Genesis awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office. Top eligible drivers in each of the five Modified regions and in national Late Model, Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod standings are in line for $350 product certificates. Drivers in all four divisions must compete with four Genesis-manufactured shocks and are required to display two Genesis decals on their race car and return a signup form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1 as well to be eligible. IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Late Model, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod competitors receive shares of $6,000 in product certificates from the Roswell, Ga., company. Information about Genesis shocks and dealer network is available by calling 678 659-9454 at the www.genesisshocks.com website and on Facebook. Certificates for $250 go to the runner-up and for $150 to the third-place finisher in each Modified region and national Late Model, Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod standings.
Police in Delray Beach have arrested a man who reportedly stabbed a dog multiple times in the neck.The incident was reported Monday at a home in the 3800 block of Sherwood Boulevard.Authorities say they received a call from a homeowner stating that her tenant 33-year-old Adam Mizrach, attacked her dog with a large knife.When authorities arrived at the scene they found the dog bleeding profusely from it’s neck and Mizrach naked with blood on his heads and forearms.Authorities also noted that there was blood throughout the home and a puddles of blood on Mizrach’s pillow and sheets. They also located a large knife covered in blood that was placed in the kitchen sink.“There were blood trails all over the floor throughout the house as well as inside the bedroom that Mizrach was renting,” the report stated.The dog was taken to a veterinarian where he was treated for multiple deep lacerations near his jugular vein and carotid artery, along with lacerations to his chin and right shoulder.Mizrach was taken into custody where he reportedly told authorities that “he did not mean for this to happen.”He has since been charged with animal cruelty and ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation.
The Treasure Coast has really been living up to its name.Sebastian resident Jayne Wilson was walking along the shore of Tracking Station Beach in Vero Beach last spring, when she came across an explosive World War II-era land mine.“I was thinking it might have been a plate off the Spanish shipwreck,” says Wilson.She kept the land mine in a cooler that was submerged in water in her living room for about nine months.Wilson finally acted this week, after realizing it was an inactive explosive device.“I called the non-emergency police number and said, ‘I am pretty sure I have a land mine,’” the woman explains.She was then instructed to evacuate the house immediately, as military bomb experts made their way to the home, in order to seize the device.Meanwhile, a man who was using a metal detector found another old land mine on Tuesday of this week, near 640 Reef Road in the area of Indian River County Beach.The Indian River Sheriff’s Office dispatched representatives from Patrick Air Force Base to investigate that discovery.
Immigration authorities revealed Saturday that four people have been arrested in connection with the 12 immigrants who came ashore and were detained on Friday in Palm Beach.Nestor Yglesias, the South Florida spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), says the arrests could be related to smuggling from the Bahamas, although the four suspects will not be charged until they make their initial appearances before a judge this week.Border Patrol agents, Sheriff’s deputies and Town of Palm Beach police officers captured all 12 people who were seen running from a small boat that came ashore on Friday, near the north end of Palm Beach Island.Of those who were apprehended on Friday, ICE officials said that nine were Chinese nationals, two were Cuban and one was Bahamian.Chinese companies have been increasing their investment and presence in the Bahamas during the past few years.
Past Republican presidents have showed support to March For Life but none have attended a rally.In a statement, Jeanne Mancini, the president of March for Life, said “President Trump and his administration have been consistent champions for life,”… “and their support for the March for Life has been unwavering.” “During his presidency Donald Trump and his administration have worked to control abortion access. Trump has appointed anti-abortion judges, opposed abortions in late pregnancies, and cut funding from abortion services. According to the White House, President Donald Trump will become the first president to make an in-person appearance at the annual anti-abortion rally in Washington called the March for Life.Trump made the announcement on Wednesday via Twitter:See you on Friday…Big Crowd! https://t.co/MFyWLG4HFZ— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 22, 2020
Former NFL star Antonio Brown is no longer on house arrest at his Broward County home. Judge frees Antonio Brown from house arrest:https://t.co/T3wM7xsY1H— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 28, 2020 A Broward County judge today granted Brown’s request to remove his ankle monitor.Brown is charged with felony burglary and battery after police say he and a trainer assaulted a mover he had hired at his home in Hollywood. Brown will be allowed to travel within the U.S., but is required to keep in daily contact with pretrial services.He remains free on $110-thousand bond and was also ordered to give up his passport and guns and undergo drug, alcohol and mental health testing.