ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/435851/wrap-house-bunzo-ogawa Clipboard Photographs Wrap House / Future Studio Year: CopyHouses•Hiroshima, Japan Area: 64 m² Area: 64 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Wrap House / Future StudioSave this projectSaveWrap House / Future Studio ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/435851/wrap-house-bunzo-ogawa Clipboard CopyAbout this officeFuture StudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHiroshimaBunzo OgawaHousesJapanPublished on October 15, 2013Cite: “Wrap House / Future Studio” 15 Oct 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
The Skiff: Dec. 5, 2019 Twitter The Skiffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/the-skiff/ + posts The Skiff: Nov. 14, 2019 printFailed to fetch Error: URL to the PDF file must be on exactly the same domain as the current web page. Click here for more infoVolume 115, issue 09: Market Square due for fall renovations.Also: Big 12 decisions, Chancellor responds to racial demands, football preview against West Virginia and more. The Skiffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/the-skiff/ Twitter Previous articleTCU VGP (Ep. 08 – Nintendo Switch, Red Dead 2 and more)Next articlePaschal High School honors Drew Medford with reading festival The Skiff RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Skiffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/the-skiff/ A fox’s tail: the story of TCU’s campus foxes Linkedin The Skiff: Nov. 21, 2019 Facebook Life in Fort Worth The Skiff Volume 115, issue 09 The Skiff by TCU360TCU Box 298050Fort Worth, TX [email protected] Facebook The Skiffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/the-skiff/ Linkedin ReddIt The Skiff: Nov. 7, 2019 Welcome TCU Class of 2025 The Skiff ReddIt
Previous articleMale pedestrian (40) killed in Limerick overnightNext articleIreland’s Women’s Rugby World Cup Squad Announced Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live TAGSfeaturedJanesborolimerickMolly martensnorth carolinasecond degree murderThomas Martens NewsWrongful death suit filed as Corbett murder trial begins in USBy Staff Reporter – July 24, 2017 1334 160 Panther Creek Court, Winston Salem, North Caroline where Jason Corbett was killed.THE BROTHER in law of Jason Corbett has filed a wrongful death civil law suit in the US against Molly Martens (34) and her father retired FBI agent Thomas Martens (67), who both deny the criminal charge of second degree murder.News of the wrongful death civil suit emerges following a week-long process of jury selection where 12 jurors and two alternates have been sworn from a pool of 143 to hear the evidence in the case that has divided many across the Atlantic.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up 39-year-old Limerick man and father of two Jason Corbett was bludgeoned to death in his home at 160 Panther Court in the Meadowlands, Winston Salem, Davidson County, North CarolinaMr Corbett’s second wife and US father-in-law have claimed that the killing was in self defence.Molly Martens married the Janesboro man after his first wife Mags and mother to children Jack and Sarah, died tragically following an asthma attack in 2006.The US au-pair turned model had a relationship with Jason before he moved to the US with his work and later married.However, Jason was killed in his home on August 3, 2015.Molly and Thomas Martens were charged with the second degree murder of the Limerick man and the trial evidence opened this week in Lexington.Davidson Superior Court will host the jury and Judge David Lee will preside.Unlike in Ireland, the majority verdict of 10/2 or 11/1 is not available to the US jury who must reach a unanimous decision following the evidence.During the lengthy trial, the jury of nine women and three men were told that they would be shown “gory” pictures of the scene at Mr Corbett’s home where he was killed.An autopsy found that Jason Corbett died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head after being hit with a baseball bat and paving slab.Thomas Martens and his daughter Molly claim they acted in self defence and the defence of others.This is being contested by prosecutors for the US state who say that inconsistencies exist in the Martens’ version of events and claim the use of force was excessive.The trial is expected to hear from two of Molly Martens’ three brothers who are listed as potential witnesses to testify about their sister’s relationship with her late husband.Detective Wanda Thompson is the lead investigator in the case and will address the court for the prosecution.See more Limerick news here. Print WhatsApp Advertisement Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 160 Panther Creek Court, Winston Salem, North Caroline where Jason Corbett was killed. Linkedin Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Email Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
News Updates’Register As COVID-19 Warrior & Work In Covid-19 Disaster Management’: Madhya Pradesh HC Imposes Bail Condition [Read Order] Akshita Saxena20 May 2020 1:33 AMShare This – xIn a first, the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday allowed a bail application moved by accused under the SC & ST Act while directing them to register themselves as “COVID-19 Warriors” and work in the “COVID-19 Disaster Management”, as per directions of the concerned District Magistrate. The order has been passed by Justice Sheel Nagu of the Gwalior Bench, while observing that…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?LoginIn a first, the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday allowed a bail application moved by accused under the SC & ST Act while directing them to register themselves as “COVID-19 Warriors” and work in the “COVID-19 Disaster Management”, as per directions of the concerned District Magistrate. The order has been passed by Justice Sheel Nagu of the Gwalior Bench, while observing that the human resource in shape of young-aged Appellants could be utilized for the betterment of the society and to ward off the crises. “Undoubtedly, the appellants are young/middle aged/able bodied responsible citizens. In the present time where the entire humanity is struggling to survive against the Covid-19 pandemic the governmental machinery is experiencing extreme shortage of hands in the process of disaster management, the appellants as citizens of nation are obliged to assist the govt. in times of this deep crises by discharging their fundamental duty enshrined under Article 51-A(d),” Justice Nagu observed. Accordingly he imposed the following condition, “The appellants shall register themselves with the District Magistrate, Guna as “Covid-19 Warriors” by entering their names in a Register named as COVID-19 WARRIOR REGISTER. The appellants then, shall be assigned work of Covid-19 disaster management at the discretion of District Magistrate Guna by taking all prescribed precautions. The nature, quantum and duration of the work assigned is left to the the wisdom of District Magistrate, Guna. This Court expects that the appellants shall rise to the occasion to serve the society in this time of crises to discharge their fundamental duty of rendering national service when when call upon to do so as per Article 51-A(d) of the constitution.” The court was hearing an appeal against the order passed by the Special Judge (Atrocities), whereby the application preferred by the present Appellants u/S 439 of CrPC had been rejected. Setting aside the impugned order, the court observed, “trial is not likely to conclude in the near future and prolonged pre-trial detention being an anathema to the concept of liberty, this court is inclined to extend the benefit of bail to the appellants.” The court noted that the Appellants did not appear to have any criminal antecedents nor any material placed was on record to disclose the possibility of the Appellants fleeing from justice. Therefore, the court directed that the Appellant be released on bail on furnishing a personal bond in the sum of Rs.50,000/- each with one solvent surety of the like amount to the satisfaction of the concerned Trial Court. Case Details: Case Title: Badal Singh & Ors. v. State of MP & Anr. Case No.: CrA No. 2929/2020 Quorum: Justice Sheel Nagu Appearance: Advocate Prashant Sharma (for Appellants); Public Prosecutor Aditya Singh Ghuraiya (for Respondents) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story
By News Highland – March 17, 2019 Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Two arrests in Greysteel robbery investigation Facebook Detectives investigating a robbery at a filling station and shop in Greysteel yesterday afternoon have made two arrests, and issued a fresh appeal for information.Urging witnesses to come forward, detectives said when the suspects approached two guards from a cash in transit van, it was a busy time of the day, with customers at the premises and with drivers on the Clooney Road.The PSNI in Coleraine say just before noon yesterday, two guards were servicing the ATM at the side of the shop in Greysteel when one of the suspects produced what appeared to be a handgun and demanded one of the guards hand over the cash cassette.The suspects, both of whom wore what were described as ‘old man masks’, fled on foot across the Clooney Road. Neither of the guards was physically injured.Two men, aged 24 and 37 have now been arrested.The 24-year-old was arrested on suspicion of robbery, possession of a firearm with intent and possession of a Class B controlled drug. The 37-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of robbery, possession of a firearm with intent, wnd a number of motoring charges.Detectives say the dark-coloured cash cassette has yet to be recovered, and they are also seeking dashcam footage from anyone who may have been in the time. Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Previous articleMajor fire at old St Mary’s Youth Club site in CregganNext articleBrexit can be completed by the end of June – Corbyn News Highland Homepage BannerNews DL Debate – 24/05/21 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
ABC News(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — A Florida community that was devastated by Hurricane Michael was surprised Tuesday with $50,000 worth of donated toys to distribute to local kids for Christmas.“You just all made our Christmas special,” said Mike Jones, known as “Salvage Santa” in his Panama City community. “It’s going to benefit our community so much, in other ways you don’t know about. It’s going to bring things here that we need.”“Merry Christmas,” Jones added, choking back tears.The toy donation, made by “Good Morning America” sponsor SAP, came just as Panama City is trying to rebuild from Michael, the most powerful storm to hit the Florida Panhandle, that tore through Panama City in October, destroying nearly everything in its way.One local mom’s Facebook post, lamenting how ill-prepared the community was for Christmas, went viral this month, capturing the mood of the community ahead of the holidays.“There’s nothing left intact. Nothing,” she wrote. “We lost 20,000-plus homes. We have people in tents … My kids need to see that Santa still came even though their chimneys are gone.”Jones is known in Panama City as “Salvage Santa” because for the past 39 years he has saved Christmas for local children by restoring old and broken toys and gifting them to kids in need. This year, he stepped up his efforts in the wake of Hurricane Michael with an event named “Salvage Christmas.”Even before Tuesday’s $50,000 surprise donation, Jones had already collected around 900 bicycles and more than 10,000 toys for local children, storing them in a local church.“Even though we’re in a building right now that doesn’t have a ceiling in it right above me, and the carpets all wet and torn out … look at the toys in here on the shelves,” Jones said. “The parents they come here, they get the spirit when they get to shop, there’s no cash register here, everything that you see in this room behind me is free.”He continued, “They get to pick out what they want for their kids and go out the door and that raises their spirits, their morale. There are so many kids that wouldn’t get Christmas if we didn’t do this.”Everyone in the community is involved, including 9-year-old Lyra Floore, who sold $700 worth of handmade ornaments and donated all of it to “Salvage Christmas.”“The Christmas wish that I hope for this year is that everyone gets the presents that they need,” Lyra told “GMA.”Ilea Faircloth, the principal of Springfield Elementary School, one of the local schools destroyed in the storm, told “GMA” that the community still looks like a “war zone.”“When you walk around our neighborhoods and when you drive down our streets, it looks like a war zone,” Faircloth said. “And it just sucks the happy out of everything.”Faircloth added that her dream is for the community to be able to come together on Christmas and to be able to forget about the storm.“I hope that the kids wake up … on Christmas morning and just are happy,” Faircloth said. “And just forget that there was ever a hurricane even if it’s just for a few minutes.”SAP, the “GMA” sponsor that made the $50,000 donation, said Jones and the entire community of Panama City deserve the help.“He deserves it and the community deserves it,” said Alicia Tillman, chief marketing officer for SAP. “This is a community that was devastated by Hurricane Michael and without communities we have no prosperity and we have no innovation, which is core to SAP.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
PeopleOn 31 Jul 2001 in Personnel Today Sarah Smerdon of Project TelecomA glass of Rioja and a Wilbur Smith action novel. That’s how Sarah Smerdon,HR director of telecoms company Project Telecom, likes to relax after a hardday in the office. She joins Project Telecom from telecoms company The Caudwell Group where sheworked as group HR manager. In her new role, Smerdon manages the HR functionand is in charge of a team of six. Smerdon’s responsibilities include liaising with the directors and lookingat customer service initiatives as well as being involved with the Tupeimplications for staff joining the company as a result of acquisitions. She isalso charged with examining the organisation’s training and development. Variety is the best thing about working in HR, she says. “There arenever two days the same.” However she finds herself getting bogged downwith trying to understand new employment law. She identifies her desire to succeed and achieve as a major strength butadmits that she is impatient. “I like things to happen quickly and I knowthey can’t always with strategic things.” CV March 2001 HR director, Project Telecom Aug 1998 Group HR manager, The Caudwell Group April 1997 The Rank Group, Leisure division, HR manager 1994-97 Boots the Chemist, variety of HR roles On the move…Julie Stubbington has been appointed HR manager for service provider GPN.She will be responsible for all HR policy, resourcing and staff development forthe GPN group. She joins from WHSmith where she held HR project management andadvisory positions. Clive Leake has been appointed group capability development manager forfinancial services organisation Britannic Group. He reports to the chairman andgroup chief executive officer and is responsible for individual and teamdevelopment of the CEOs and executive teams within the group. He was previouslyleadership development manager with Britannic Assurance. Paul Barrow has been promoted to HR manager, energy cables, at Pirelli andwill be responsible for all HR issues on Hampshire-based sites. He has movedfrom his position as training manager at Pirelli Construction. Jo Curtis has joined HR selection firm Courtenay where she will focus onjunior to senior roles across all sectors. She joins from Sony where shehandled UK graduate recruitment. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
One of the most remarkable features of contemporary oceanic climate change is the warming and contraction of Antarctic Bottom Water over much of global ocean abyss. These signatures represent changes in ventilation mediated by mixing and entrainment processes that may be location-specific. Here we use available data to document, as best possible, those mixing processes as Weddell Sea Deep and Bottom Waters flow along the South Orkney Plateau, exit the Weddell Sea via Orkney Passage and fill the abyssal Scotia Sea. First, we find that an abrupt transition in topography upstream of Orkney Passage delimits the extent of the coldest waters along the Plateau’s flanks and may indicate a region of especially intense mixing. Second, we revisit a control volume budget by Heywood et al. (Nature, 2002) for waters trapped within the Scotia Sea after entering through Orkney Passage. This budget requires extremely vigorous water mass transformations with a diapycnal transfer coefficient of 39(±10) × 10-4 m2 s–1. Evidence for such intense diapycnal mixing is not found in the abyssal Scotia Sea interior and, while we do find large rates of diapycnal mixing in conjunction with a downwelling Ekman layer on the western side of Orkney Passage, it is insufficient to close the budget. This leads us to hypothesize that the Heywood budget is closed by a boundary mixing process in which the Ekman layer associated with the Weddell Sea Deep Water boundary current experiences relatively large-vertical-scale overturning associated with tidal forcing along the southern boundary of the Scotia Sea. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Francis “Frank” “Skip” Joseph Daly Jr, age 63, died from an ongoing health condition on July 1, 2017, in Somers Point, NJ. Frank is survived by his children, Christine Daly, Andrew Gladue, Jennie Buoy, step son Michael Daly and grandchildren, Hobie Young IV, and Nicholas Daly. Great grandson Alexander Young. Many brothers and sisters. He is preceded in death by his Mother, Marygrace Ryan Daly and Father, Francis Joseph Daly and brothers, Lawrence and Scott. Frank was a proud member of the Ocean City Police Department, retiring after 28 years of service. He was a firearms instructor and a PR-24 instructor. He was most proud of his achievements as a marksman, hunter, love of culinary, and golf.His family has kept the service private and donations may be made in his name to the Ocean City Policeman’s Benevolent Association Local #61, P.O. Box 293, Ocean City, NJ, 08226, as he was a loyal member of the PBA.An evening toast will be set in his memory at a later date. www.godfreyfuneralhome.com.