Lakers owner Jeanie Buss thought LeBron James’ agent leaked Anthony Davis rumors, report says The signing of Wesley Matthews was worth it for the Pacers for at least one night.With the game tied at 106 with less than 10 seconds to play, Matthews capitalized on a put-back off of a Bojan Bogdanovich miss to give the Pacers a 108-106 win over the Thunder. When @WessyWes23 sealed it… pic.twitter.com/uFEoY9Dqf8— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) March 15, 2019Indiana now leads the 76ers by 1/2 game in the race for the third playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.Matthews scored 16 points on 6-of-15 shooting in the game and is averaging 12.6 points since joining Indiana in free agency after he was bought out by the Knicks. Related News The Pacers are 44-25 on the season, while Philadelphia is 43-25.Studs of the NightPaul George scored 36 points while adding six rebounds and five assists in the loss to the Pacers.Kyrie Irving had a 31-point triple double with 12 assists and 10 rebounds in the Celtics’ 126-120 win over the Kings. Buddy Hield had 34 points, seven assists and four rebounds in the game as well.LeBron James had 29 points, six assists and four rebounds, but the Lakers fell to the Raptors, 111-98.Karl-Anthony Towns had 26 points and 12 rebounds, though the Timberwolves fell, 120-100, to the Jazz. Dud of the NightKentavious Caldwell-Pope couldn’t find the range from the 3-point line as he went 1-of-8 from beyond the arc with nine points and five rebounds in the loss to the Raptors.HighlightDonovan Mitchell threw one down on the baseline in the Jazz’s win over the Timberwolves.Donovan Mitchell ATTACKS BASELINE! 💥#TeamIsEverything 118#AllEyesNorth 96📱💻: https://t.co/LkzVfwCsdB pic.twitter.com/47EFBq3SMH— NBA (@NBA) March 15, 2019What’s NextKings (33-34) at 76ers (43-25) 7 p.m. ET — The Kings were unable to make up ground on the eighth playoff spot in the Western Conference as they fell to the Celtics on Thursday. Philadelphia fell behind Indiana by 1/2 game with the Pacers’ win over the Thunder. Both teams at the least want this game. The Kings need it.
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National Revaluation Programme Update: Revaluation of commercial and industrial properties in Clare, Donegal, Galway, Kerry and Mayo County Council and Galway City Council Rating Authority areas has formally commenced following the making of Valuation Orders by the Commissioner of Valuation.See the Valuation Orders belowJohn O’Sullivan, Commissioner of Valuation, has made Valuation Orders today, 4th November, under section 19 of the Valuation Act 2001 as amended by section 7 of the Valuation (Amendment) Act 2015 for the rating authority areas of Clare, Donegal, Galway, Kerry and Mayo County Councils and Galway City Council. These orders signal the formal commencement of the revaluation of all commercial and industrial properties for rating purposes in these rating authority areas. This is an important milestone in the revaluation of all non-domestic property in Ireland which is currently underway through a programme known as the National Revaluation Programme.All occupiers of rateable property in these rating authority areas should shortly receive a revaluation information form along with an explanatory letter and information leaflet. The form seeks information about the rateable property including its use and rental details, where it is rented. Occupiers are required to complete this form and return it to the Valuation Office. The information provided is critical to the revaluation process.The revaluations will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Valuation Acts 2001-2015 and are part of the national programme to modernise the rateable valuation of all commercial and industrial property in Ireland.The programme has already been concluded in the rating authority areas of Carlow, Cavan, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Longford, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow County Councils, as well as the rating authority areas of Dublin City Council, Limerick City and County Council and Waterford City and County Council. Provision for a revaluation of all non-domestic property in Ireland was initially made under the Valuation Act of 2001. This legislation was amended by the Valuation (Amendment) Act 2015, which improved and streamlined the process. Neither residential property nor agricultural lands are rateable and consequently will not be affected by the revaluation.The revaluation will take account of contemporary rental levels in the respective rating authority areas and will result in a more equitable distribution of commercial rates among ratepayers. A Valuation Manager has been appointed to assess the value of each rateable property and set a valuation in line with rental values in each respective rating authority area at the valuation date of 16th September 2019. It is envisaged that the new valuations will be published on 15th September 2021 and will become effective for rating purposes from 1st January 2022.A revaluation is necessary to bring more equity and transparency into the Local Authority rating system. Following revaluation, there is a much closer and more uniform relationship between contemporary rental values of property and their commercial rates liability. The revaluation will result in a redistribution of the commercial rates liability between ratepayers depending on the relative shift in the rental values of their properties in relation to each other.While an individual occupier’s rates liability may increase or decrease, the revaluation will not increase the overall commercial rates income of the Local Authority. The commercial rates income of each Local Authority undergoing revaluation will be capped in the year following a revaluation.VALUATION ORDERSVALUATION ORDERS FOR THE RATING AUTHORITY AREAS OF CLARE, DONEGAL, GALWAY, KERRY AND MAYO COUNTY COUNCILS AND GALWAY CITY COUNCIL I, John O’Sullivan, Commissioner of Valuation, hereby give notice that I have, on 4th November 2019, made valuation orders under section 19 of the Valuation Act 2001 as amended by section 7 of the Valuation (Amendment) Act 2015 for the rating authority areas of Clare, Donegal, Galway, Kerry and Mayo County Councils and Galway City Council.Copies of the orders are available for inspection, until 15th September 2021, during normal office hours at the offices of the relevant rating authority, at the Valuation Office, Irish Life Centre, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin, D01 EX 90 and online at the Valuation Office website www.valoff.ieJohn O’SullivanCommissioner of ValuationORDUITHE LUACHÁLAORDUITHE LUACHÁLA DO LIMISTÉIR ÚDARÁIS RÁTÚCHÁIN CHOMHAIRLÍ CONTAE AN CHLÁIR, DHÚN NA NGALL, NA GAILLIMHE, CHIARRAÍ AGUS MHAIGH EO AGUS COMHAIRLE CATHRACH NA GAILLIMHE Déanaimse, John O’Sullivan, Coimisinéir Luachála, fógra a thabhairt leis seo á rá go bhfuil mé tar éis orduithe luachála a dhéanamh, ar an 4 Samhain 2019, faoi alt 19 den Acht Luachála 2001, arna leasú le halt 7 den Acht Luachála (Leasú) 2015, ar leith de údaráis rátúcháin Chomhairlí Contae an Chláir, Dhún na nGall, na Gaillimhe, Chiaraí, agus Mhaigh Eo agus Comhairle Cathrach na Gaillimhe.Tá cóipeanna de an t-ordú ar fáil lena n-iniúchadh, go dtí 15 Meán Fómhair 2021, le linn gnáthuaire oifige in oifigí faoi seach an údarás rátála lena mbaineann, san Oifig Luachála, Ionad Irish Life, Sráid na Mainistreach Íochtarach, Baile Átha Cliath D01 EX90 agus ar líne ag láithreán gréasáin na hOifige Luachála, www.valoff.ieJohn O’SullivanCoimisinéir LuachálaNotice: Valuation orders for the rating authority areas of Clare, Donegal, Galway, Kerry and Mayo County Councils and Galway City Council was last modified: November 7th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:VALUATION ORDERS
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Don “Doc” SandersThere’s an exciting world out there when it comes to vaccines and their ability to protect us and our animals from disease.Most of you likely are aware that a vaccine, when given at the appropriate time and by the correct route, stimulates the immune systems of people and animals. We have vaccines for tetanus, whooping cough, polio, classical swine fever (hog cholera), many strains of salmonella (in animals), Rota virus, some Corona viruses in pigs and calves, distemper, rabies, Herpes I virus in cattle and horses…the list goes on and on.However, there isn’t a vaccine for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in deer. This disease causes a gradual wasting away of body reserves, drooling, stumbling and incoordination, swallowing difficulty and eventually death. CWD is not caused by a virus or bacteria, but rather what might appear to be a harmless protein, called a prion. Prions settle in the brain, where they multiply. This causes some of the normal prion proteins to refold into an abnormal shape, leading to CWD.The immune system doesn’t recognize prions as dangerous, so there is no immune response mounted against them. As a result, CWD is becoming epidemic in deer in many states. While CWD has been minimal in Ohio, other states such as Wisconsin and Michigan have major concerns because of high numbers of cases diagnosed in deer bagged during hunting season. Deer diagnosed with the disease are destroyed. They should never be consumed.Prions cause a similar disease in cows that you may know as mad cow disease. Prions also cause a brain-destroying disease in people, called Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease (CJD). CJD was first described infecting humans in about 1920 in Europe. In 1996, a variant CJD strain of prions was described in cattle. Ultimately mad cow disease was linked to feeding meat by-products from mad cow disease-infected cattle. Mad cow disease was very prevalent in Europe in the ‘90s and was considered an epidemic at the time. The original prion disease, CJD, was diagnosed in people a half century before a different but similar disease was recognized in cattle. The newly diagnosed strain infecting cows was a variant strain of CJD and was named mad cow disease. Mad cow disease has since been diagnosed in people a few times.The good news is that a vaccine is in early development to prevent CWD. This prion vaccine has been proven to delay the onset of prion infection in mice. Since mice have very short lives, the vaccine now needs to be tested on deer. The next challenge will be to develop an oral form of the vaccine that can be placed in deer bait stations.Can a prion vaccine also be developed for humans? It certainly looks like a strong possibility, based on the recent advances.Another major disease concern is African Swine Fever (ASF) in pigs. The U.S. has never had ASF, but the disease would have a very serious impact here if it ever reached us. You may have read about this deadly swine disease as it sweeps across China and other areas of Asia and Russia. Within three to four days on contracting ASF, 90% of infected hogs die. ASF does not infect humans or other animals — just swine.While primarily contagious by direct contact with infected pigs, the disease spread like wildfire as Chinese pig farmers shipped infected hogs for slaughter and processing. Tourists also play a role is the disease’s spread when they smuggle specialty pork products in their luggage as they’re returning home from infected countries. Recently, nearly a million pounds of infected Chinese pork and noodles were intercepted at the U.S. border with the help of import inspection dogs.The U.S. pork industry and the USDA are on edge because of the great risk of infected meat being brought into the country in luggage or food. When this happens (and it likely will), it will throw the U.S. into an unimaginable turmoil. Major quarantines will be set up around infected areas, and transportation will be restricted in and out of these areas. It won’t be just pig farmers who are inconvenienced. All of us will be.The good news is that Huvepharma, a pharmaceutical company in Bulgaria, has developed an ASF vaccine. The vaccine is proving effective in early trials. The USDA had granted a provisional license for its use while further validation is performed.In general, vaccines contribute positively to us and also our animals’ health. Yet, in the U.S. there is a group of people, the “anti-vaxxers,” who decline to get their children vaccinated against common childhood diseases.We need to understand that no vaccine is 100% effective. Nor is any vaccine without risk of allergic reactions. Yet, weighing the benefits of vaccination versus the slight possibility of a reaction is a no-brainer. Pseudo-medical activists, however, claim many sorts of ailments related to the ingredients used to make vaccines. Most of these claims originate out of the south end of a bull headed north.One claim of anti-vaxxers is that the measles vaccine causes autism in children. Science has disproven this. When autism occurs, vaccinations are the first thing blamed, rather than considering the possible effect of women having children later in life — which is known to be a contributing factor. Late-in-life pregnancies result from fertilization of mature, late-ovulating eggs, which have been shown related to autism and defects in the DNA code in the ovulated eggs. Genetics also appear to be involved.Contracting measles poses health risks. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), symptoms can include high fever, cough, runny nose, red, watery eyes, and a rash. And for some people, complications can range from ear infections and diarrhea to more severe complications, such as pneumonia and encephalitis, a swelling of the brain, which may require hospitalization and can result in deafness, mental retardation and even death.So, anti-vaxxers, give us a break. Vaccinate your children and reduce the risk of a larger epidemic of measles sweeping our country — and protect your children from other preventable diseases.
Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Amazon#e-commerce#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… brian proffitt How much of a difference can better search tools make for an e-commerce site? Wal-Mart is betting on a 10% -15% improvement in sales following the launch of its new Polaris search engine on Walmart.com, developed by its @WalmartLabs division.Location, Location, LocationIn the business of retail, it’s all about location, That’s true for which aisle in the grocery store you display the milk, and its even true for ecommerce sites, which rely on product placement on pages and better search tools to make the difference between a sale and no sale.The $487.94 question is: will a better search engine bring more sales for Walmart.com?The new semantic search engine is based on technology from a number of @WalmartLabs acquisitions, including social media startup Kosmix, which was acquired by Wal-Mart in April 2011. Kosmix’ Semantic Web platform, called the Social Genome, organized social media data with algorithms that score social media content and help deliver results for shoppers that are more in line with what the customer wants.This varies from the usual method of determining a customer’s potential likes and dislikes: mining transaction data. For example, if you buy a pink flamingo from the home and garden division, then you might be tagged as someone who likes kitschy lawn decorations.That’s all well and good, unless you were buying that lawn ornament as a gag gift for your neighbor down the street. Retailers that are mining your transaction data will send you the coupons for garden gnomes, not your neighbor.The idea behind semantic search is that by expanding a search engine’s knowledge to include social media content, the search engine can better determine the context of what you’re looking for. This form of social discovery, coupled with better query parsing and synonym mining, should deliver a more tightly focused set of results to a customer.Are Semantics Enough?Looking at Walmart.com in isolation, it’s a no-brainer that a more efficient search engine that can deliver a wider range of choices around a simple search term will up the odds of completing a sale.The key here is how Polaris works with global Internet search. If consumers are running their searches for goods from search engines like Google or Bing, or using comparison sites like BizRate or PriceGrabber to get started, it is not yet clear how well the new Polaris technology will interact with Internet-based queries. If the semantic search advantage is lost, then Wal-Mart’s Polaris advantage will be moot, and the company will have to compete not on search results but on price, availability and delivery – just like everyone else.Availability and delivery are advantages that Wal-Mart has been able to hold against Amazon, even through the odd price wars that occastionally break out over certain hot items. Some shoppers seem to be willing to pay a little more if they know they can go down to the store today and pick up an item they’ve ordered online.But Amazon is starting to explore same-day delivery, a move that should challenge Wal-Mart’s edge in local availability.Price as the Ultimate DeciderWal-Mart’s focus on improving its edge in ecommerce could be seen as sandbagging before the coming Amazon flood. Because once Wal-Mart and Amazon share a more level playing field on availability (at least in the U.S.), price becomes a bigger comparison point for shoppers again.This could be a problem for Wal-Mart, which has 2.2 million employees to keep paid versus Amazon’s 69,100, not to mention the upkeep of Wal-Mart’s store locations. With less overhead, Amazon could be more nimble than Wal-Mart in selling goods for lower prices over the long-term.That’s likely one reason why Wal-Mart is taking a strong position in semantic searches and getting more integrated with social media content – to get more customers to land on Walmart.com and finish their business there.Location is still one of the best drivers for sales, and as Amazon moves into the neighborhood (literally), Wal-Mart has continue jockeying for a better location on search results. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Rank outsider Feliciano Lopez of Spain buried eighth seed Andy Roddick under a hailstorm of aces as he won 7-6 (7/ 2), 7-6 (7/ 2), 6-4 to enter the fourth round at The Championships on Friday.At a time when millions of dollars spent on the sport by the United States Tennis Association are yielding no results, Roddick was a big hope for the Americans.But the way Lopez, who had lost seven times in a row before this to Roddick, cranked up his serve and won a pair of tie-breakers was proof he was going to do the damage.That it happened as early as the third round at Wimbledon will rankle Roddick as he was never able to generate the pace and settle into a rhythm.Watching left-handed Lopez in action was a delight, though had this been the Wimbledon of yesteryears, with the ball zipping off the surface and staying low, the Spaniard would have found it tough.For Roddick, this was the 11th straight appearance at this venue, and there was more hype than hope of him doing well.At a time when the top four in men’s section fancy their chances of winning the title, Roddick had to do something big this fortnight.Having lost three finals to Roger Federer at Wimbledon, Roddick will remain one of the enigmas who couldn’t seal a title here.His aggression was muffled on this day as the bearded Lopez, sporting a white headband and tied ponytail, could play the big shots when he needed them most. Proof of it was the two tie- breaks where Roddick came short.advertisementApart from the 28 aces which Lopez rifled in, he kept the unforced errors to a miserly seven. The angles he conjured up from the backcourt and midcourt added to his repertoire.”It’s definitely a great win for me. I had never beaten him before, so this is important for me as it comes at Wimbledon,” said Lopez.”I played a tough match against Roddick at Queen’s where I lost in the third round. He managed to do something there.”So at what stage did Lopez think he would win?” Even at two sets to love, I knew Andy was going to be there. I finally realised I had won when I shook hands with Andy. I knew I had won,” added the modest Lopez.”I had a couple of good years before this at Wimbledon but this is unbelievable. When I came into the locker room, my coaches told me I played solid and otherwise I wouldn’t have won two tiebreaks,” said Lopez.”For my game, this grass suits well. Everything was working for me today. And to win the first set was important. It was an unbelievable match,” he summed up.Roddick was gracious in defeat.”He played well and served well. He mixed up his serves well.”In the ladies’ section, the big casualty was No. 2 seed Vera Zvonareva, who went down 2- 6, 3- 6 to 32nd seed Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria.Top seed Caroline Wozniacki needed to tighten her game in the closing stages to defeat Frenchwoman Virginie Razzano 6-1, 6-3 to enter the third round on Court 2.Razzano, who defeated Sania Mirza in the first round, produces some good tennis towards the end but it did not suffice.After the match, Wozniacki stirred up the debate over who plays on the bigger courts.”I think I deserve to play on one of the bigger courts. Obviously, everyone wants to play in there. It’s up to the tournament to decide where we’re going to play,” she said.Asked how it felt to play on grass, Wozniacki said: ” I think I’m playing well on grass. You know, I’m serving well. I’m moving well. I move the ball around well.”For Venus Williams, it was a stroll in the park as she defeated Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez 6-0, 6-2 to enter the fourth round.Meanwhile, Maria Sharapova recovered from a poor start to defeat local favourite Laura Robson 7-6 (7/4), 6-3.With Laura serving big early on and throwing her racquet freely, Sharapova was feeling the heat.But as the fifth seed in the tournament, she knew what it takes to come out of a tight situation.”I felt I really started slow and she was much more aggressive than me. I really didn’t have too many looks on her second serve,” said Sharapova.GOOD DAY FOR INDIAFriday also saw Indian doubles pairs shine. Third seeds Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi advanced after a 6-7 (7), 6-4, 6-4 victory over Croats Ivan Dodig and Lovro Zovko.advertisementSomdev Devvarman and Japan’s Kei Nishikori beat Rainer Schuettler and Alexander Waske 6-7(3), 6-3, 6-2.In women’s doubles, fourth seeds Sania Mirza and Russia’s Elena Vesnina beat Renata Voracova of the Czech Republic and Kazakh Galina Voskoboeva 6-3, 5-7, 6-4.
M.S. Dhoni celebrates with teammates after winning the second Test against England at Lord’s on Monday.It may sound cliched, but the roots of India’s historical win at Lord’s can be traced back to the 0-4 debacle on the 2011 tour to England. Every time India lost a Test during that disastrous summer, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni would stress on the importance of learning from the mistakes and moving on.Throughout the series, Dhoni hardly ever lost his cool despite the results going against his team. Bogged down by injuries, Dhoni was already looking ahead and plotting for retribution on India’s next visit. The plan came to fruition at the Home of Cricket, with India winning its first Tests on the hallowed turf in 28 years by defeating Alastair Cook’s team in conditions tailor-made for the home team’s benefit.Ishant SharmaThe Indian players feel the triumph had everything to do with the preparedness to take on England on green wickets. And they thank Dhoni and the coaching staff for their farsightedness. One of the players said that even though the team played two practice games before the first Test at Trent Bridge, the wickets provided were in complete contrast to what is generally expected in England. The team management had made this clear to every member in the squad. “Most of us guys weren’t there in 2011. So when we saw the pitch ahead of the first practice game, we were pretty surprised to see a batting paradise. But that is when the seniors made it clear that this was to prevent us from adapting to English conditions. With Dhoni and some of the other players facing this very problem in the last series, we knew we would get tough conditions only when the series starts,” the player told Mail Today. He said it was a surprise to see a flat deck for the first Test.advertisementPicture of Dhoni & Co. on the lines of the 2001 Aamir Khan-starrer ‘Lagaan’ on Twitter.”We were actually caught off guard. We had expected a wicket that would suit pacers and help the home team. But when that didn’t happen, we knew that the ‘green top’ would come sooner rather than later, and they actually did that at Lord’s. But we were prepared,” he added.Another player said the most satisfying part of the win was how India looked more at ease on the green track than the England players. “As an international team and from past experiences, we were prepared for any kind of wicket. I guess it was more about executing our plans better and we did just that,” he told Mail Today.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd captain Ashley Young: We must build on Cardiff winby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United captain Ashley Young says they must build on victory at Cardiff City.Young captained United in the ruthless win in South Wales as goals from Marcus Rashford, Ander Herrera, Anthony Martial and a brace from Jesse Lingard sent the Reds’ fans home happy in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first game as caretaker boss. “We are delighted [with the win],” he said. “The way we went about our job from minute one to the 90th-minute was fantastic and the only disappointment was conceding the goal, but we take the positives from today’s game and build on from here.“The fans have been fantastic all season whether we have won, lost or drawn, they have always been behind us. There are always going to be times when they are not going to be happy when we are not winning, that’s obvious. Today they were brilliant from the warm-ups to when we left the pitch.”We want to keep those performances up for them, the staff, the players and keep building on what we showed. We have lots of games coming up over the Christmas period and it is about recovering in the right way and we just have to concentrate on each game coming up and not look too far ahead.”
Leonardo Ulloa desperate to get off mark for Rayo Vallecanoby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeonardo Ulloa is desperate to get off the mark for Rayo Vallecano.The former Leicester City striker signed earlier this month as a free agent.He told AS: “It bothers me because the team works hard and creates chances, but they don’t end up as goals. It also leaves me alone the fact that we are creating.”Ulloa also spoke of winning the Premier League with Leicester in 2016.”That was a crazy thing. Exceeded expectations. Leicester was a humble team and stayed up thanks to a great final streak. The following year we continued with that form. “The greats were not well and, after the month of December, people began to believe and we, too. We only lost three games in the whole season. That made a difference, we were solid at the back. I really enjoyed it and it aroused sympathy throughout the world.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say