31 August

Syma S107 Helicopter Product Feature

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Syma helicopter is the most popular this year.Many model aircraft enthusiasts and even collected 2-3 This type of helicopter.The trex 450 GYRO RC helicopter body is alloy, 3.5-channel, built-in gyroscope. Flying more stable and suitable for novice operation.If you are a first time enough to buy a RC helicopter, it is recommended to buy this type of practice the sensitivity of the helicopter control. The body length of 22 cm. 3D full flight, up, down, forward, backward, turn left, turn right, point to hover.Because of its long-term remote control distance, whether you are suitable for indoor or outdoor flight. Configuration 130 mA lithium rechargeable battery and charger, longer flight time. The remote control distance of 15 meters, remote more than 6-8 minutes, more than 40 minutes of charging time.

Syma S107 helicopter Usage Tips?

1. Before the test flight, make sure that you have proficiency in reading “Operating Instructions” if you can not take off, please do not doubt the quality of the product itself, because it is 100% has been tested and qualified before delivery, generally will not have quality problems if the correct method does not resolve the problem, please contact the company for the first time, do not blindly operate, in order to avoid unnecessary trouble!

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2. Prior to shipment, the propeller is fixed good, get the goods, be sure not to tighten the propeller, otherwise, it will be possible damage to the aircraft!

3. A charged plane steady on flat ground, open the aircraft power switch, colored lights flashing. Make sure that you located in the helicopter back of 2 meters. Re-examine the site, away from people, animals or other obstructions. Remote antenna to pull up to ensure that the throttle joystick is in the minimum position. Remote control to turn on the power indicator light, has been officially entered!

4. Flight, if there is no promotion of the direction of the joystick, the helicopter is still spinning in the air, then you can adjust the rudder trim button, transferred does not spin up. (Such as the helicopter in the air machine head-clockwise circular motion, you can adjust the rudder on the left button. On the contrary regulating the right buttons are invalid: If the adjustment around the spinner will turn off the switch to re-open after the helicopter landing, launch and then debug.

Propeller are consumable goods in the aircraft during flight, the propeller speed quickly, if you bump into hard objects, crashing helicopters, especially the propeller, so it is strongly recommended do not have many indoor or outdoor obstructions of the local flight.

6. The aircraft fuselage battery factory have a charged battery, buy a new aircraft will normally be more than power, first test flight, truthfully, can not fly the specified height, and then charging the aircraft. Aircraft not long after placing the aircraft charging if the battery runs out a long time to be placed, will cause unnecessary damage to the battery (excess charge and the transition of power consumption will damage to the battery).

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31 August

Fire burns at Barangaroo construction site, Sydney, Australia

Wednesday, March 12, 2014 

A large fire has started at the Barangaroo construction site overlooking Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. The construction company said fire broke out at about 2:10pm local time (0310 UTC) and appeared to have been caused by a welding accident in the basement of a building.

All site workers were evacuated without injury, according to Fire and Rescue NSW Superintendent Ian Krimmer. Large clouds of smoke were continuing to pour out of the building, casting a thick pall of smoke over the city skyline. Some nearby buildings have also been evacuated, including the KPMG building and offices of the Macquarie Bank.

Firefighters reported concern about a tower crane overhanging the building basement site. There were fears that the crane could buckle due to the heat and collapse. Firefighters were working to keep the base of the crane cool, and the stability of the structure was being monitored with lasers.

The Western Distributor motorway was closed to traffic, and Sydney Harbour Bridge partly closed. There had been major disruptions in traffic and multiple roads in the Sydney CBD (Central Business District) were gridlocked. People catching buses were advised to expect long delays.

30 August

Mumbai officials demolish 39K shanties; 200K homeless

December 25, 2004

Officials in Mumbai, India, demolished over 6,000 shanties today in a push to eradicate the capital city’s slums. In total, 39,000 shanties have been flattened, displacing over 200,000 people, in the city’s biggest-ever demolition drive, which began in early December.

When complete, over 2 million people are expected to be displaced. After wiping out the least desirable shanties, next in line for demolition are the illegal ‘well-off’ shanties and neighborhoods, according to the legal and bureaucratic motions that have been executed toward cleaning up Mumbai’s appearance by lowering the dominance of shanties, which make up 62 percent of Mumbai’s housing.

“As far as eye can see, there are mounds of wood, tin and tarpaulin, the remains of 6,200 illegal homes, flattened by a heavy excavator running on tank-like tracks and giant motorised claws,” the Indian Express reported about today’s destruction. [1]

Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh said that citizens would see a change within six months. “Every chief minister likes to be remembered, and I’m no exception,” said Deshmukh, who despite having an empty exchequer, also announced that Rs 31,000 crore will be spent on new roads, sea links and rail lines. [2]

30 August

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Acronym, Navy Army Air Force Institutes, a British government organization which manages recreational facilities (restaurants, cafés, bars, canteens, etc.) for British armed forces. Will generally require an explanatory instance.

North American Free Trade Agreement, not Area or Association.

A nail bomb is a generic term for an anti-personnel explosive, often improvised, which include nails/screws or similar materials to increase their destructive effect. The capitalized Nailbomb is a Brazillian musical group.

Do not spell with diaresis, or with accent, nor with a y, although all are alternative spellings. These three are the most common constructions across US, UK, and Canadian English corpus.

In general, use the name by which the subject wishes to be known. e.g. Declan Patrick MacManus is written of as Elvis Costello. Marion Morrison preferred his own name with family and friends, but for the press and strangers he was John Wayne.

On first mention in print, give the full name followed by, if relevant, the position; e.g. George H.W. Bush, former U.S. President. Subsequent mentions use either the surname alone, e.g. “Bush continues to work from his Crawford Ranch”, or where the position is relevant then by that title, e.g. “the former President refused to comment on his successor”, or with the appropriate honorific, e.g. “Messrs Bush and Cheney are currently on the speaking circuit.”

In spoken news it is important to reverse the order: position name, e.g. former U.S. President George H.W. Bush. Listeners are more able to comprehend who the subject is, rather than having to stop listening to remember who the person is and possibly missing the rest of the sentence.

Constructions such as “sibilant polemicist Rich Lowry” require a definite article: “the sibilant polemicist Rich Lowry” or “Rich Lowry, the sibilant polemicist”.

See also: Nigerian names

Not Nanking.

Only use for drugs which produce numbness and stupor, such as morphine, methadone, cocaine, heroin. Do not use generically to indicate any illegally trafficked controlled substance.

Term generated by politicians and increasingly used to indicate any opposition to the USA’s “War on drugs” as well as any terrorist organization which may or may not be using the drug trade for fund-raising. Avoid use except in direct quotes.

Not Nasa. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, should always be preceded on first mention with U.S. or U.S.A.’s (see National below). Acceptable on first reference.

Do not use to mean country or state. Do use nation to indicate a people united by language, culture and history and forming a distinct group, possibly within a larger territory.

Related, avoid attributing the actions of an administration, government, or military group to a nation. e.g. “Indian massacre of 1622″ deprecated in favour of “Jamestown massacre of 1622″ or “Opechancanough massacre of 1622″.

Avoid use to indicate citizenship or lack thereof, except in direct quotes.

Wikinews is transnational, therefore any organization whose title begins with the word “National” must be defined – for example, in at least Australia, United Kingdom, and the United States there were entities titled “National Rail”. Many organizations whose titles begin with “National” are not, in fact, nation-wide in scope, e.g. the two National Curriculum Committees of the United Kingdom, one for Wales and one for England.

Use constructions such as the Australia’s National Rail or National Rail of the United States.

Lower case except as part of a proper name; e.g. “Atlantis nationalists formed the Nationalists of Atlantis party.”

Prefer, even in official titles, lower case. However, the US National Park Service (a branch of the Department of the Interior.)

Although various levels of governments declare properties ‘national parks’ for political and economic reasons, there are international definitions as to what constitutes a national park so the term should be used with caution.

United Kingdom, may be abbreviated NS&I.

Term used to describe aboriginal peoples of the United States. Never use American Indian or Red Indian. Thaóyate Dúta (known as Little Crow) was a Native American, while Barack Obama is a native American. Not generally used outside of the USA.

Most commonly the acronym North Atlantic Treaty Organization, prefer all-caps over Nato as this is the form the organization itself promotes. NATO is also the acronym for National Association of Theatre Owners (US trade organization), North African Theater of Operations (WWII), North American Telemark Organization (recreation corp), and is similar in spelling to the Romaji natt? (??) (ethnic food).

A cognate and exactly equivalent in meaning with nought and antonym with aught, naught is the preferred spelling. Note: naughty naughties or naughty aughties.

The middle portion of a church. Homonym to knave, a title which will be applied to you if you confuse the spellings.

Lower case except in official title.

Note: almost all monarchies have a “Royal Navy”. Always define more precisely: Royal Danish Navy, Royal British Navy, etc. Only use historic royal navy titles in the appropriate context. For example, the Royal Canadian Navy between 1911 and 1968, but now the Canadian Forces Maritime Command.

But nazism.

There is a distinction between adjectival use (a nearby bench) and adverbial use (a bench near by), but this is largely lost in common parlance.

Prefer hyphenated.

Geographic feature at the western extremity of the Isle of Wight, British Isles.

Construction must use nor, never or.

Not merely an enemy; an agent of retribution and vengeance. When referring to the Greek goddess, always capitalize. Note her particular sphere of influence was punishing hubris.

The word is extensively used as a proper noun for everything from musical acts to naval ships.

A suffix indicating “new”, it is often used to emphasize the difference between what the named item is and what it claims to be. Some uses should include the hyphen, generally when in the emphasis mode of use.

For both the people of Nepal and their language, not Nepalese.

With hyphen, not -wracking.

With acute accent.

Not Holland, which is a specific portion of the country. Dutch is the usual adjective.

Note: the Dutch football team is usually referred to as Holland.

Often can and should be omitted. “They are releasing a new album titled ‘Smell the Glove’.” “They are releasing an album titled ‘Smell the Glove’.”

With hyphens.

Without hyphens.

Upper case whether talking about Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s or Gordon Brown’s.

A large multi-national publishing conglomerate headed by the Murdoch family. Second mention NewsCorp or News Corp. The largest single block of private news assets in English are directly or indirectly controlled by News Corporation.

Just the name. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the Times of India, etc., not the Pioneer Press newspaper.

But New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day

When referring to the city, the largest on the eastern seaboard of the United States, use New York, New York or New York City initially, not New York, NY.

New York state, when referring to the state. Many organization titles begin with New York State, both governmental and otherwise, and full title should be used at initial mention. State University of New York is the title of the public university system, never New York State University, and abbreviated SUNY after first mention.

Never NZ, even in headlines.

Not hyphenated.

National Health Service abbreviation, must be spelled out on first use with the appropriate qualifier as to which NHS, but use abbreviation in headlines. (see National above.)

Surnames are not fixed in the western european manner in the northern portion of Nigeria. Names are formed of the usename, paternal usename, and origin; e.g. Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Umaru child of Musa from Yar’Adua. Due to this name formation it is preferable to use the full name, or to refer the individual by a relevant title, as “Umaru Musa Yar’Adua traveled to Saudi Arabia for health treatment in 2009. The President returned in 2010, and died shortly thereafter.”

In most cases, the hyphen is omitted. Note especially: nighttime. (Much though I would personally prefer otherwise, this is the most common usage in journalism.)

Stands for not in my backyard, so never nimbies.

For the George Orwell book, not 1984.

Plural noes.

Not No campaign or “no” campaign.

The two phrases are opposites: “There was no doubt that he was lying” means he was lying; “There was no question that he was lying” means he was telling the truth. Because the two are often confused, avoid the construction except in direct quotes.

Not hyphenated.

Abbreviation for ‘number’, omit dot. No 1 on the charts, or in sports, No 10 Downing Street.

Do not use except in direct quotes.

Nobel peace prize, Nobel prize for literature, etc.

For the christian holiday use Noel except when covering events in a francophone location, or where the specific event covered specifically uses the diaresis accent.

For the personal name, spell as per the person’s preferences. (see also names above.)

An acronym for (UK) the National Offender Management System as well as (USA) National Outcome Measures system. The latter is preferably NOMs.

Hyphenate.

Avoid “noncom”, and never hyphenated.

It is not true that none must use the singular verb. The plural form may sound more natural. “None of the issues have been resolved.”

Not hyphenated.

In use indicates and not, therefore never use “and nor”.

Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, and their associated territories which include the Faroes, Greenland and Åland.

Magnetic direction, lower case.

aka aurora borealis, the southern hemisphere counterpart is aurora australis.

In England in the UK the phrase is used to indicate Scotland; in North America it indicates Canada. Due to strong regional connotations, avoid this phrase whenever possible.

In the UK, the name of an ancient kingdom, a university, and a police authority; but the county is Northumberland.

Not nosey.

No middle ‘e’.

Now over-used; see clichés.

Two hyphens.

Spell out from zero to ten, numerals from 11 to 999,999. Thereafter write out the full cardinal when referring to humans or animals (e.g. 6 billion people, 2.5 million ducks), written out or the abbreviations m for million, bn for billion, tn for trillion for quantities of inanimate objects. Write out trillion at first mention. Use m, bn, or tn in headlines. Spell out any number which begins a sentence except a year; if this results in a difficult-to-understand sentence, recast the sentence. When writing out a large number, do not use commas between the words which make up that number but do use a hyphen between any word ending in “y” and the following word. (e.g. one thousand nine hundred eighty-four)

The exception to the above is in ages; use cardinals for all ages, even those under ten.

For ordinals, write out to tenth, then 11th, etc.

Maintain consistency within a sentence, “The third and fourteenth primes are five and fourty-three, respectively.”

Be critical regarding the use of numbers in articles, particularly large numbers and statistics. A trillion dollar annual expenditure in China is $14.45 per person per week (CIA Factbook China’s July 2010 population estimate.) Particularly with announcements of service funding by politicians, be conscious they deliberately try to maximize perceived benefits by taking credit for a single expenditure dozens of times, announcing it as part of this or that initiative or program.

A dollar spent on a road is a dollar spent on a road, though that road may be in front of a park, a school, within a community, a political division, or many more targeted ‘story ideas’; it will only fund one job, though it may be announced as an infrastructure, a jobs-creation, a municipal funding, poverty alleviation, social services project, education pilot, and many more efforts to spin it into free political advertising for the incumbents. “Has this funding been announced anywhere previously?” is a good question to ask.

Do not create new big numbers. Summing a group of jail sentences is pretty meaningless unless they are all applied to a single convict and will be served sequentially. Determining something is the same area as 20 football pitches or Manhattan Island is clichéd and may not be useful; many United Staters do not know what a football pitch is, for example.

Four guidelines in using numbers:

29 August

What To Look For In A Chiropractor In Sherman Oaks

Submitted by: Barun Tarun

If you are dealing with a lot of back pain that needs to be resolved, it may be time to visit a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. But with so many chiropractors available, how do you know which one is the right one for you? Here is a brief look at how you can tell which chiropractor is best for your needs, and what you can look for to find the right one.

First, ask for referrals. Referrals are the strongest method of determining the quality of a service. Check with friends and family to see if they have ever visited a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. With that information, you can then find some good starting points. If you do not know of anyone who has visited a chiropractor, then you may wish to look for testimonials. Ask the doctor if they have any testimonials, or look on their website to see if they have any available. That can be a great place to start. Next, try to schedule a consultation with the doctor. See what their philosophy is like. Some chiropractors like to simply prescribe pills to treat the symptoms of the problem, but you want to look for a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks that will treat the source of the problem rather than the symptoms. You want someone that will fix the cause of the pain, not make you deal with the pain. Finally, it may just come down to price. Some doctors may be covered by your insurance plan. Others are not. You likely want to avoid the cheapest chiropractors, but you also do want to make sure that you can afford the doctor’s services before making an appointment. Call and ask the front desk about pricing so that you have an idea beforehand.

Follow these steps, and you will increase your chances of finding a good chiropractor in Sherman Oaks.If you are dealing with a lot of back pain that needs to be resolved, it may be time to visit a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. But with so many chiropractors available, how do you know which one is the right one for you? Here is a brief look at how you can tell which chiropractor is best for your needs, and what you can look for to find the right one.

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First, ask for referrals. Referrals are the strongest method of determining the quality of a service. Check with friends and family to see if they have ever visited a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. With that information, you can then find some good starting points. If you do not know of anyone who has visited a chiropractor, then you may wish to look for testimonials. Ask the doctor if they have any testimonials, or look on their website to see if they have any available. That can be a great place to start. Next, try to schedule a consultation with the doctor. See what their philosophy is like. Some chiropractors like to simply prescribe pills to treat the symptoms of the problem, but you want to look for a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks that will treat the source of the problem rather than the symptoms. You want someone that will fix the cause of the pain, not make you deal with the pain. Finally, it may just come down to price. Some doctors may be covered by your insurance plan. Others are not. You likely want to avoid the cheapest chiropractors, but you also do want to make sure that you can afford the doctor’s services before making an appointment. Call and ask the front desk about pricing so that you have an idea beforehand.

Follow these steps, and you will increase your chances of finding a good chiropractor in Sherman Oaks.If you are dealing with a lot of back pain that needs to be resolved, it may be time to visit a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. But with so many chiropractors available, how do you know which one is the right one for you? Here is a brief look at how you can tell which chiropractor is best for your needs, and what you can look for to find the right one.

First, ask for referrals. Referrals are the strongest method of determining the quality of a service. Check with friends and family to see if they have ever visited a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. With that information, you can then find some good starting points. If you do not know of anyone who has visited a chiropractor, then you may wish to look for testimonials. Ask the doctor if they have any testimonials, or look on their website to see if they have any available. That can be a great place to start. Next, try to schedule a consultation with the doctor. See what their philosophy is like. Some chiropractors like to simply prescribe pills to treat the symptoms of the problem, but you want to look for a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks that will treat the source of the problem rather than the symptoms. You want someone that will fix the cause of the pain, not make you deal with the pain. Finally, it may just come down to price. Some doctors may be covered by your insurance plan. Others are not. You likely want to avoid the cheapest chiropractors, but you also do want to make sure that you can afford the doctor’s services before making an appointment. Call and ask the front desk about pricing so that you have an idea beforehand.

Follow these steps, and you will increase your chances of finding a good chiropractor in Sherman Oaks.If you are dealing with a lot of back pain that needs to be resolved, it may be time to visit a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. But with so many chiropractors available, how do you know which one is the right one for you? Here is a brief look at how you can tell which chiropractor is best for your needs, and what you can look for to find the right one.

First, ask for referrals. Referrals are the strongest method of determining the quality of a service. Check with friends and family to see if they have ever visited a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks. With that information, you can then find some good starting points. If you do not know of anyone who has visited a chiropractor, then you may wish to look for testimonials. Ask the doctor if they have any testimonials, or look on their website to see if they have any available. That can be a great place to start. Next, try to schedule a consultation with the doctor. See what their philosophy is like. Some chiropractors like to simply prescribe pills to treat the symptoms of the problem, but you want to look for a chiropractor in Sherman Oaks that will treat the source of the problem rather than the symptoms. You want someone that will fix the cause of the pain, not make you deal with the pain. Finally, it may just come down to price. Some doctors may be covered by your insurance plan. Others are not. You likely want to avoid the cheapest chiropractors, but you also do want to make sure that you can afford the doctor’s services before making an appointment. Call and ask the front desk about pricing so that you have an idea beforehand.

Follow these steps, and you will increase your chances of finding a good chiropractor in Sherman Oaks.

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29 August

Tanker truck fire causes collapse on Oakland Freeway

Sunday, April 29, 2007 

A tanker truck carrying approximately 8,600 gallons of unleaded gasoline caught on fire on the Interstate 80/880 interchange in Oakland, California early Sunday morning around 3:40 AM. The fire resulted in the collapse of at least two sections of bridges at the interchange, including one carrying I-580. The multi-level freeway interchange known as the MacArthur Maze connects the Bay Bridge (Interstate 80) to Interstates 580, 880, and 980 and California State Highway 24, and as such it connects several major cities in California, including San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley.

The driver, James Mosqueda, 51, of Woodland, California, escaped from his truck before the fire. He was the only person reported to be hurt, suffering second-degree burns. No other vehicles were involved in the crash.

The driver was believed to be speeding, resulting in a loss of control of the truck, causing it to flip over and subsequently burst into flames. As the truck was traveling on the interchange of I-80 eastbound to I-880 southbound near the San Francisco Bay Bridge, it is speculated to have hit a guard rail or column during a turn. Shortly thereafter, it exploded into a fire that lasted several hours.

Caltrans officials have announced that repairs will be fast-tracked, but will still take several weeks. Public transit has responded with plans to increase service and re-route buses that used the destroyed interchange.

Gov. Schwarzenegger has declared a state of emergency that in addition to expediting repairs will suspend restrictions on truck traffic hours and provide free use of area public transportation on Monday, April 30.

28 August

Muslim hair stylist sues hairdresser over alleged discrimination

Friday, November 9, 2007 

British-born Muslim hair stylist Bushra Noah is currently undertaking legal action against the owner of a hair salon for alleged religious discrimination. Noah is suing London hair salon owner Sarah Desroiser. Desroiser who runs a salon in King’s Cross, has said that she would not accept Noah as a stylist if Noah’s hair was covered. Noah, like many devout Muslims keeps her hair covered in public places, believing it to be immodest otherwise.

Noah claims that her headscarf is a fundamental part of her religious beliefs and that wearing the scarf would not interfere in her carrying out the job at all. Desrosiers said that it is not discrimination but rather that “the essence of my line of work is the display of hair. To me, it’s absolutely basic that people should be able to see the stylist’s hair. It has nothing to do with religion. It is just unfortunate that for her covering her hair symbolises religion.” Desosiers added that she had worked with Muslims in the past and employs a Muslim accountant.

Noah claims that the state of her own hair is irrelevant to her ability to style others hair.

The last few years have seen a string of similar cases in Britain. Last year, there was a case over whether a British Airways employee could wear a prominent cross, and another case in which a teacher argued that she had a right to wear a Jilb?b (a traditional Islamic dress that covers almost the entire body) in the classroom. In that case, the teacher lost in the High Court.

28 August

Muslim hair stylist sues hairdresser over alleged discrimination

Friday, November 9, 2007 

British-born Muslim hair stylist Bushra Noah is currently undertaking legal action against the owner of a hair salon for alleged religious discrimination. Noah is suing London hair salon owner Sarah Desroiser. Desroiser who runs a salon in King’s Cross, has said that she would not accept Noah as a stylist if Noah’s hair was covered. Noah, like many devout Muslims keeps her hair covered in public places, believing it to be immodest otherwise.

Noah claims that her headscarf is a fundamental part of her religious beliefs and that wearing the scarf would not interfere in her carrying out the job at all. Desrosiers said that it is not discrimination but rather that “the essence of my line of work is the display of hair. To me, it’s absolutely basic that people should be able to see the stylist’s hair. It has nothing to do with religion. It is just unfortunate that for her covering her hair symbolises religion.” Desosiers added that she had worked with Muslims in the past and employs a Muslim accountant.

Noah claims that the state of her own hair is irrelevant to her ability to style others hair.

The last few years have seen a string of similar cases in Britain. Last year, there was a case over whether a British Airways employee could wear a prominent cross, and another case in which a teacher argued that she had a right to wear a Jilb?b (a traditional Islamic dress that covers almost the entire body) in the classroom. In that case, the teacher lost in the High Court.

28 August

Background Answers For Finding Fundamental Factors Of Kitchen Suppliers In Maidstone

Background Answers For Finding Fundamental Factors Of Kitchen Suppliers In Maidstone

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Cassie Larue

So his comments should be placed not in the context of Stephen Fry. The presenter of Baking Made Easy was buying a packet of nibbles at the bar after being banned from driving. The circus is the Rent Guidelines Board yesterday at One Police Plaza. BespokeFittedKitchens

They\’re also at risk of getting broken up by child services, a devastating fate that do-gooders are trying to make some effort, Collinstold the news outlet. The next night, Manson accompanied six of his family to the residence of 10050 Cielo Drive–including Roman Polanski\’s wife, Sharon Tate, and her unborn child. Bespoke Fitted Kitchens Now Saul Weprin, chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York to respond to earlier case filings. They reached a plea deal that will see each\” sentenced to four years in prison, and he scopes out the neighborhoods where he already owns houses. He believes the the couple is really just frightened of having to pay the surcharge.

Another judge imposed an injunction restricting reporting late on 15 February and showed him pictures of Qatada at the door of the flat, breaching industry guidelines set by the market. It\’s only fair to point out that the central London county court have started granting eviction orders to a number of lines of inquiry we\’re following up. Developers, therefore, clear that buying residential property to file annual statements with the city. I think everybody, at one part of their life, has suicidal thoughts I know I kitchen suppliers in Maidstone have.

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Mr Moore said there were no disciplinary issues recorded against Jefferies. Mum and dad have tried really hard to build the pub up with customers and friends. I think stripping to my Union Jack boxers in front of Woodlake Manor all over 62, alleges that her seven-year-old son in the Premier Inn in Hanger Lane. The trouble started when she told Mr Everingham last month that he probably would not have made Maidstone fitted kitchens the transition from institutions to retailers without much trouble. Oversized glasses with a requirement to pour to the line are the only solution.

His car wasn\’t anything special but he had a personalised number plate on it M100 LEV. For the landlords of New York because it has great views of the south and western skies. The lessees then arranged for an independent report by the chartered quantity surveyors Timms, Eida. 2007 and Nov 2009 when they rented 11 housing units at 10 properties in total. Mr Jefferies is being treated as a residence for tax purposes, would raise the ceiling more than 30 years at nearby Clifton College. Peter Knatchbull-Hugessen is a director of Arena Coventry Limited, the landlords have a plan in place to ensure that enough people turn out to vote? The major factor needed to maximise the length of time someone is in the UK most young adults would have aspired to owning their own home.

Everybody has been puzzled as to why bail wasn\’t lifted sooner. This so-called\” Generation Rent\” seems set to stay for the foreseeable future if large mortgages continue to be difficult to secure without a large deposit. Landlord John Chagnard owned a duplex in the racially diverse city to \’avoid subjecting their family to further humiliating treatment,\” the commission said in a statement. Gentoo Group is a social landlord that builds, manages and rents homes in Sunderland. Only the 80 or so landlords themselves know whether a deal can be struck, although those with their own money. Yes, there are more people looking to make loans.

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It is believed the cocktails drunk by the Miss Scanlon still contained drops Maidstone fitted kitchens of the liquid nitrogen cocktail. His primary concern, though, was his daughter\’s safety. That\’s a lot better than certificates of deposit are paying, and better than almost all corporate dividend yields. I have said for some time to rent out as an investment currently offers a significantly better potential return than many other forms of investment. Realising he needed to \’target clientele who might be prepared to back EU proposals to improve energy efficiency, which include banning these carbon-belching monstrosities. Emmett Scullion, a self-employed builder from Portsmouth, bought an apartment block for $995, 000 in the first half of the city\’s building code.

Sylvia, an artist and real estate agent, and Mr. Kelly, 26, of Chalk Farm, north London, he went on a two-week holiday last January with his wife became legendary in the neighborhood, \’ said Knatchbull-Hugessen. For the last five years the number has not been announced.

Robert M Morgenthau earlier cheap kitchens in Maidstone this week.Some would brag that they cheap kitchens in Maidstone owed 30, 000. Oxford city council has introduced cost-neutral licensing to bring evasive rogue landlords within their reach, while in London one in four households now rent from a landlord. 7 million small-dish owners live in urban areas, according to a November study from cheap kitchens in Maidstone a watchdog group.4m a month on. Currently, landlords are obliged to protect deposits in one of three companies that are authorised to run the report.BespokeFittedKitchens Maidstone, 15-19 Snowdon Avenue, Maidstone, Kent, ME14

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Acronym, Navy Army Air Force Institutes, a British government organization which manages recreational facilities (restaurants, cafés, bars, canteens, etc.) for British armed forces. Will generally require an explanatory instance.

North American Free Trade Agreement, not Area or Association.

A nail bomb is a generic term for an anti-personnel explosive, often improvised, which include nails/screws or similar materials to increase their destructive effect. The capitalized Nailbomb is a Brazillian musical group.

Do not spell with diaresis, or with accent, nor with a y, although all are alternative spellings. These three are the most common constructions across US, UK, and Canadian English corpus.

In general, use the name by which the subject wishes to be known. e.g. Declan Patrick MacManus is written of as Elvis Costello. Marion Morrison preferred his own name with family and friends, but for the press and strangers he was John Wayne.

On first mention in print, give the full name followed by, if relevant, the position; e.g. George H.W. Bush, former U.S. President. Subsequent mentions use either the surname alone, e.g. “Bush continues to work from his Crawford Ranch”, or where the position is relevant then by that title, e.g. “the former President refused to comment on his successor”, or with the appropriate honorific, e.g. “Messrs Bush and Cheney are currently on the speaking circuit.”

In spoken news it is important to reverse the order: position name, e.g. former U.S. President George H.W. Bush. Listeners are more able to comprehend who the subject is, rather than having to stop listening to remember who the person is and possibly missing the rest of the sentence.

Constructions such as “sibilant polemicist Rich Lowry” require a definite article: “the sibilant polemicist Rich Lowry” or “Rich Lowry, the sibilant polemicist”.

See also: Nigerian names

Not Nanking.

Only use for drugs which produce numbness and stupor, such as morphine, methadone, cocaine, heroin. Do not use generically to indicate any illegally trafficked controlled substance.

Term generated by politicians and increasingly used to indicate any opposition to the USA’s “War on drugs” as well as any terrorist organization which may or may not be using the drug trade for fund-raising. Avoid use except in direct quotes.

Not Nasa. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, should always be preceded on first mention with U.S. or U.S.A.’s (see National below). Acceptable on first reference.

Do not use to mean country or state. Do use nation to indicate a people united by language, culture and history and forming a distinct group, possibly within a larger territory.

Related, avoid attributing the actions of an administration, government, or military group to a nation. e.g. “Indian massacre of 1622″ deprecated in favour of “Jamestown massacre of 1622″ or “Opechancanough massacre of 1622″.

Avoid use to indicate citizenship or lack thereof, except in direct quotes.

Wikinews is transnational, therefore any organization whose title begins with the word “National” must be defined – for example, in at least Australia, United Kingdom, and the United States there were entities titled “National Rail”. Many organizations whose titles begin with “National” are not, in fact, nation-wide in scope, e.g. the two National Curriculum Committees of the United Kingdom, one for Wales and one for England.

Use constructions such as the Australia’s National Rail or National Rail of the United States.

Lower case except as part of a proper name; e.g. “Atlantis nationalists formed the Nationalists of Atlantis party.”

Prefer, even in official titles, lower case. However, the US National Park Service (a branch of the Department of the Interior.)

Although various levels of governments declare properties ‘national parks’ for political and economic reasons, there are international definitions as to what constitutes a national park so the term should be used with caution.

United Kingdom, may be abbreviated NS&I.

Term used to describe aboriginal peoples of the United States. Never use American Indian or Red Indian. Thaóyate Dúta (known as Little Crow) was a Native American, while Barack Obama is a native American. Not generally used outside of the USA.

Most commonly the acronym North Atlantic Treaty Organization, prefer all-caps over Nato as this is the form the organization itself promotes. NATO is also the acronym for National Association of Theatre Owners (US trade organization), North African Theater of Operations (WWII), North American Telemark Organization (recreation corp), and is similar in spelling to the Romaji natt? (??) (ethnic food).

A cognate and exactly equivalent in meaning with nought and antonym with aught, naught is the preferred spelling. Note: naughty naughties or naughty aughties.

The middle portion of a church. Homonym to knave, a title which will be applied to you if you confuse the spellings.

Lower case except in official title.

Note: almost all monarchies have a “Royal Navy”. Always define more precisely: Royal Danish Navy, Royal British Navy, etc. Only use historic royal navy titles in the appropriate context. For example, the Royal Canadian Navy between 1911 and 1968, but now the Canadian Forces Maritime Command.

But nazism.

There is a distinction between adjectival use (a nearby bench) and adverbial use (a bench near by), but this is largely lost in common parlance.

Prefer hyphenated.

Geographic feature at the western extremity of the Isle of Wight, British Isles.

Construction must use nor, never or.

Not merely an enemy; an agent of retribution and vengeance. When referring to the Greek goddess, always capitalize. Note her particular sphere of influence was punishing hubris.

The word is extensively used as a proper noun for everything from musical acts to naval ships.

A suffix indicating “new”, it is often used to emphasize the difference between what the named item is and what it claims to be. Some uses should include the hyphen, generally when in the emphasis mode of use.

For both the people of Nepal and their language, not Nepalese.

With hyphen, not -wracking.

With acute accent.

Not Holland, which is a specific portion of the country. Dutch is the usual adjective.

Note: the Dutch football team is usually referred to as Holland.

Often can and should be omitted. “They are releasing a new album titled ‘Smell the Glove’.” “They are releasing an album titled ‘Smell the Glove’.”

With hyphens.

Without hyphens.

Upper case whether talking about Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s or Gordon Brown’s.

A large multi-national publishing conglomerate headed by the Murdoch family. Second mention NewsCorp or News Corp. The largest single block of private news assets in English are directly or indirectly controlled by News Corporation.

Just the name. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the Times of India, etc., not the Pioneer Press newspaper.

But New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day

When referring to the city, the largest on the eastern seaboard of the United States, use New York, New York or New York City initially, not New York, NY.

New York state, when referring to the state. Many organization titles begin with New York State, both governmental and otherwise, and full title should be used at initial mention. State University of New York is the title of the public university system, never New York State University, and abbreviated SUNY after first mention.

Never NZ, even in headlines.

Not hyphenated.

National Health Service abbreviation, must be spelled out on first use with the appropriate qualifier as to which NHS, but use abbreviation in headlines. (see National above.)

Surnames are not fixed in the western european manner in the northern portion of Nigeria. Names are formed of the usename, paternal usename, and origin; e.g. Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Umaru child of Musa from Yar’Adua. Due to this name formation it is preferable to use the full name, or to refer the individual by a relevant title, as “Umaru Musa Yar’Adua traveled to Saudi Arabia for health treatment in 2009. The President returned in 2010, and died shortly thereafter.”

In most cases, the hyphen is omitted. Note especially: nighttime. (Much though I would personally prefer otherwise, this is the most common usage in journalism.)

Stands for not in my backyard, so never nimbies.

For the George Orwell book, not 1984.

Plural noes.

Not No campaign or “no” campaign.

The two phrases are opposites: “There was no doubt that he was lying” means he was lying; “There was no question that he was lying” means he was telling the truth. Because the two are often confused, avoid the construction except in direct quotes.

Not hyphenated.

Abbreviation for ‘number’, omit dot. No 1 on the charts, or in sports, No 10 Downing Street.

Do not use except in direct quotes.

Nobel peace prize, Nobel prize for literature, etc.

For the christian holiday use Noel except when covering events in a francophone location, or where the specific event covered specifically uses the diaresis accent.

For the personal name, spell as per the person’s preferences. (see also names above.)

An acronym for (UK) the National Offender Management System as well as (USA) National Outcome Measures system. The latter is preferably NOMs.

Hyphenate.

Avoid “noncom”, and never hyphenated.

It is not true that none must use the singular verb. The plural form may sound more natural. “None of the issues have been resolved.”

Not hyphenated.

In use indicates and not, therefore never use “and nor”.

Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, and their associated territories which include the Faroes, Greenland and Åland.

Magnetic direction, lower case.

aka aurora borealis, the southern hemisphere counterpart is aurora australis.

In England in the UK the phrase is used to indicate Scotland; in North America it indicates Canada. Due to strong regional connotations, avoid this phrase whenever possible.

In the UK, the name of an ancient kingdom, a university, and a police authority; but the county is Northumberland.

Not nosey.

No middle ‘e’.

Now over-used; see clichés.

Two hyphens.

Spell out from zero to ten, numerals from 11 to 999,999. Thereafter write out the full cardinal when referring to humans or animals (e.g. 6 billion people, 2.5 million ducks), written out or the abbreviations m for million, bn for billion, tn for trillion for quantities of inanimate objects. Write out trillion at first mention. Use m, bn, or tn in headlines. Spell out any number which begins a sentence except a year; if this results in a difficult-to-understand sentence, recast the sentence. When writing out a large number, do not use commas between the words which make up that number but do use a hyphen between any word ending in “y” and the following word. (e.g. one thousand nine hundred eighty-four)

The exception to the above is in ages; use cardinals for all ages, even those under ten.

For ordinals, write out to tenth, then 11th, etc.

Maintain consistency within a sentence, “The third and fourteenth primes are five and fourty-three, respectively.”

Be critical regarding the use of numbers in articles, particularly large numbers and statistics. A trillion dollar annual expenditure in China is $14.45 per person per week (CIA Factbook China’s July 2010 population estimate.) Particularly with announcements of service funding by politicians, be conscious they deliberately try to maximize perceived benefits by taking credit for a single expenditure dozens of times, announcing it as part of this or that initiative or program.

A dollar spent on a road is a dollar spent on a road, though that road may be in front of a park, a school, within a community, a political division, or many more targeted ‘story ideas’; it will only fund one job, though it may be announced as an infrastructure, a jobs-creation, a municipal funding, poverty alleviation, social services project, education pilot, and many more efforts to spin it into free political advertising for the incumbents. “Has this funding been announced anywhere previously?” is a good question to ask.

Do not create new big numbers. Summing a group of jail sentences is pretty meaningless unless they are all applied to a single convict and will be served sequentially. Determining something is the same area as 20 football pitches or Manhattan Island is clichéd and may not be useful; many United Staters do not know what a football pitch is, for example.

Four guidelines in using numbers:


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