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Dutch Ambassador visits bumblebee facility in Slovakia

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Month in Review: October 2019

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Welcome to this month’s recap and review! If you want to catch up on all our expat months abroad, you can check out the reviews for June, July, August and September! Travels This month we went to… Nuremberg, Germany Munich, Germany Bamberg, Germany Bratislava, Slovakia Budapest, Hungary It was another big travel month for us after our moms trip in September. It was fun to do some travels closer to home because it meant we got to take the train and bring Ellie along with us. Plus, I got to cross my 41st country off the list (my goal is... Read More

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Your guide to learning Slovak

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Expat Ali recommends Slovak-language courses in Bratislava.

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St. Martin's Days ( 11/8/2019 - 11/10/2019)

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Bratislava will again come to life on the St. Martin's Days during the autumn. The capital will play host to the 2018 St. Martin's Days, the twelweth annual version. This event is also known to both citizens and visitors of the Slovak metropolis as the St. Catherine’s Young Wine Tasting and this year it comes with this degustation once again.

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Europe's populist governments have a problem: their capitals

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The rise of populist, nationalist governments in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia have made these countries, the Visegrad Group, the black sheep of Europe. But their capitals—Prague, Budapest, Warsaw, and Bratislava—could offer a platform from which to challenge populism at the city level. Opposition mayors now run all four cities.


          

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Commercial property investment activity exceeded €8bn across Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania in the first three quarters of 2019, 54% above the five year average, according to Savills latest research report. Investment turnover in CEE has been rising steadily since 2013, by 24% pa on average, reflecting increasing investor confidence in the region, underpinned by above EU average economic expansion, falling unemployment and growing consumerism.
          

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Letters on Angela Davis, the Bureau of Study Counsel, climate change, and more

November-December 2019 Opinion

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Crime and Incarceration

The article about Elizabeth Hinton (“Color and Incarceration,” by Lydialyle Gibson, September-October, page 40) included an observation by Hinton when she visited a loved one inside a California prison and saw “all these black and brown families.” I work for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), dedicated to helping incarcerated men and women successfully transition back into society and reform our criminal justice system. I have walked into numerous prisons in California, which has one of the world’s largest prison systems. Each time I step into one of these institutions, my breath is taken away by the image of a sea of black and brown bodies in oversized blue prison uniforms, slowly pacing these prison yards in a fog of hopelessness.

I’ve also seen how education can help break through this fog. Sam Lewis, ARC’s executive director, often speaks with me about how education dramatically changed his life during his 24 years of incarceration in a California prison. I applaud and second Hinton’s call for Harvard to invest in prison education. Education is and will continue to be critical in developing the leadership of those most impacted by our justice system. As an alum, I would love to see Harvard lead in this effort.

Bikila Ochoa, Ph.D. ’09
Los Angeles

Speak Up, Please

Harvard Magazine welcomes letters on its contents. Please write to “Letters,” Harvard Magazine, 7 Ware Street, Cambridge 02138, or send comments by email to yourturn@harvard.edu.

 

Hinton’s critique of our criminal justice system, and her call for policy reform, are compelling and convincing. But aside from a few casual references, the article ignores an essential dimension of the story: the victims. It is as if none of the incarcerated had committed an offense graver than possession of recreational drugs. Yet in many if not most cases, the victims of crime are from the same disadvantaged socioeconomic, racial, or ethnic groups as the perpetrators. Moreover, victim compensation, sometimes in lieu of incarceration, should be a key element of humane and effective offender rehabilitation.

In portraying the perpetrators as the victims, the author airbrushes the real victims out of the story. Truly, justice is blind.

Andrew Sorokowski, A.M. ’75
Rockville, Md.

The article was disappointing because it left out an important part of the story. Gibson overlooked James Forman Jr.’s book, Locking Up Our Own, subtitled Crime and Punishment in Black America, which won the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction in 2018. I am interested in the topic because I have been a criminal defense lawyer for most of my career, beginning in 1981.

The article sums up Hinton’s book as:

[telling] the story of how federal policies—shaped by presidential administrations and endorsed by Congress—ratcheted up surveillance and punishment in black urban neighborhoods from the 1960s through the 1980s, how criminalization was steadily expanded, and how all of this was driven by deeply held assumptions about the cultural and behavioral inferiority of black Americans.

Gibson overlooks the most important point of Locking Up Our Own: that “amid a surge in crime and drug addiction,” black mayors, judges, and police chiefs who took office in the 1970s, “fearing that the gains of the civil rights movement were being undermined by lawlessness, embraced tough-on-crime measures, including longer sentences and aggressive police tactics” (as the dust jacket puts it). Those officials responded to the demands of black people to do something about the crime in their neighborhoods.

There were big changes in the late 1980s with the advent of the federal sentencing guidelines. Drug cases, even for small amounts of illegal drugs, were prosecuted in federal court instead of state court to take advantage of long mandatory minimum sentences. While many black people were sentenced to prison for crimes involving crack cocaine in urban areas, white people were imprisoned for methamphetamine offenses in rural areas.

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~The Editors

 

In effect, our country decided to treat illegal drug possession and sales as a criminal-justice problem instead of a public-health challenge. Many public officials, black and white, were making decisions with the best of intentions that resulted in what is now called mass incarceration. Fear of crime motivated all races to do something. I hope Hinton is telling the whole story to her classes about how we got to now.

Patrick Deaton, M.P.A. ’87
St. Louis

The statistics are painfully clear: 50 percent of U.S. murders are committed by 6 percent of our population, black males. A very high violent crime rate in black communities requires police presence to (a) protect potential victims, mostly black, and (b) deter more serious crime. But Hinton concludes that history and white racism are to blame for black crime and imprisonment. Are we to believe that the black community bears no responsibility for its behavior?

Richard Merlo ’57
Elkin, N.C.

“Color and Incarceration” tells a tragic story. To the extent Hinton’s and others’ research in this field defines the problems to be solved, it is useful. This past August 30, Norfolk, Virginia’s, black police chief said, after a bloody week in which 10 people were shot and 5 killed, he is forming a committee to address the public-health crisis of young black men and gun violence the in the same way that they look at the opioid crisis. This means looking at poverty, education, and children regularly witnessing and being victims of gun violence. Black men are either suspect or victim in 93 percent of shootings in Norfolk, often both.

The chief said those demographics have persisted throughout his 30-year career. Black men were victims in 71 percent of the 450 homicides from 2006 to 2017. In the 320 killings in which police arrested someone, that suspect was black 78 percent of the time. He has been saying to groups: Guns are everywhere, shooters are getting younger, and Norfolk residents aren’t energized enough.

The racial makeup of Norfolk is : 47.1 percent white; 43.1 percent African American; 0.5 percent Native American; 3.3 percent Asian; 0.2 percent Pacific Islander; 2.2 percent other races; and 3.6 percent two or more races. Hispanics or Latinos of any race were 6.6 percent.

Where are the calls for Pareto analyses and research that help will help us set things right?

Robert Armour, M.B.A. ’67
Virginia Beach, Va.

 

Professor Elizabeth Hinton seems to view poverty and racial oppression as the underlying causes of violent crime.

The homicide offending rate for blacks in St. Louis is about 116 per 100,000 (https://www.slmpd.org/images/2018_Homicide_Stats_for_Website.pdf). This is 13 times the rate of 9 per 100,000 in New York City (https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/nypd/downloads/pdf/analysis_and_planning/yea....). The poverty rate in St. Louis is 23 percent, versus 19 percent in New York City.

New York City’s overall homicide rate declined from 31 per 100,000 in 1990 to 3.4 per 100,000 in 2018. Its poverty rate was 19 percent in both years.

Varying levels of poverty and racial oppression do not explain the homicide offending rate for blacks being 13 times higher in St. Louis than in New York City or the 90 percent decline in New York City’s homicide rate since 1990. What does?

Andrew Campbell ’74
Ann Arbor, Mich.

 

Elizabeth Hinton has done valuable research, but the her book From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime and the article give a misleading picture of the origin of the dramatic growth in our prison population. Chronological plots of crime statistics from Baltimore* and Massachusetts offer a better picture of what happened (*FBI UCR Crime data from a student research project led by me at George Mason University [in preparation]).

 A combination of factors including rise in drug use and other developments in the 1960s led to a huge surge in crime nationwide. This ultimately led to a bipartisan-supported increase in police resources and stiffening of sentencing that peaked with the 1994 Violent Crime Control Act. The Baltimore plot suggests it had major effect in reducing crime. 

Blacks bore the brunt of increased incarceration because higher percentages lived in poverty-burdened neighborhoods that are breeding grounds for crime. The anti-crime movement overreacted—a typical American behavior—but was fundamentally motivated against lawlessness, not a vendetta against African Americans. 

Frank T. Manheim ’52
Fairfax, Va.

Angela Davis

Harvard Magazine’s hagiographic paean to Angela Davis (“Revisiting Angela Davis,” the sidebar to “Color and Incarceration,” September-October, page 44) at least does touch on reality by noting a few of the details of her part in a horrible terrorist murder in the 1970s. Too bad the tone about that incident is so forgiving and low key.

However, to then pass off her totalitarian sympathies by simply saying she was a “member” of the Communist Party is an outrageous evasion. She was the vice presidential candidate of the American Communist Party twice, supported the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, and was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize in 1979 in Moscow. It’s nice that Davis cares, or says she does, about prisoners in this country. However, when Czech dissident Jeri Pelikan publicly called on her to defend his imprisoned dissident comrades, she refused. When Alan Dershowitz asked her to support Eastern bloc political prisoners, she told him that “they are all Zionist fascists and opponents of socialism.” Which of course calls attention to her strong support for the anti-Zionist BDS movement, which aims to dismantle the Jewish homeland.

Angela Davis is a thoroughly reprehensible extreme leftist and a hypocrite when it comes to prisoners’ rights. It is a shame that such a puff piece on her made it into your pages, and it is a disgrace for Harvard to have anything to do with glorifying or honoring her.

Jonathan Burack ’64
East Lansing, Mich.

In “Revisiting Angela Davis,” on the exciting, upcoming exhibit from the papers of Angela Davis recently acquired by the Schlesinger Library, there is a questionable characterization of the “attack on the Marin County Courthouse” in 1970 that resulted in her arrest and trial on multiple charges related to this event.

Often referred to as the August 7 Revolt or Rebellion, the courthouse action was initiated by Jonathan Jackson, the younger brother of George Jackson, who was the most influential of the radical black prisoners referred to as the Soledad Brothers after being accused of the murder of a guard in the California state prison of that name. The sidebar states that the courthouse action was “intended to free the Soledad Brothers but instead left four people dead…,” a claim that was actually used by the prosecution in her trial to support the argument that Davis’s personal relationship with George Jackson was the principal motive for her involvement with the incident. The prosecution could not present definitive evidence for this claim, as detailed in Davis’s Autobiography, describing the cross-examination of chief prosecutor Albert Harris by the defense on that point. The implication that the four deaths resulting from the action were attributable to the brutality of Jackson and three militant prisoners during that incident was also contested in the cross-examination. Jonathan Jackson, prisoners James McClain and William Christmas, and Judge Haley were shot and killed inside a van by San Quentin guards in line with the policy at that time that all escapes must be prevented, even if the killing of hostages might be involved.

Anna Wexler, Ed.D. ’98
Jamaica Plain, Mass.

Bureau of Study Counsel

We are the five living former directors and associate directors of the Bureau of Study Counsel (BSC), representing nearly a half-century (1971-2019) of the BSC’s existence since its founding in the mid 1940s. We are concerned about the characterizations of the bureau offered as justification for its closing (“Bureau of Study Counsel, R.I.P.”; harvardmag.com/bsc-to-arc-19). We appreciate the magazine’s recognition that something important to students’ educational experience will likely be lost (“A Chill in the Air?” September-October, page 5). In our direct and extensive experiences of the BSC, we know it as an office that is deeply committed to an educational mission and model and that has continuously evolved to support the learning and developmental needs of an ever-changing student population.

The primary mission of the BSC has always been educational. BSC services have helped students sharpen their academic skills (reading, time management, problem-solving) with the broader goal of helping each student develop an independent mind that can, among other things, take thoughtful perspective on sources of knowledge and authority; reckon with complexity and uncertainty; generate and evaluate new possibilities; engage difficult endeavors with rigor and purpose; and weigh choices and consequences against deeply considered values. These capabilities are central to the College’s mission and the aims of a liberal arts and sciences education and are as relevant today as they were in the post-World War II era of the BSC’s founding.

When the College hired a new director in 2005, it expressly reconfirmed the BSC’s mission as an academic support office, not a mental-health service—a clarification that was necessary given that Harvard had moved oversight of the BSC to the University Health Services the previous year (a shift which the BSC counselors at that time cautioned against). In 2015, the staff welcomed the move back to the College as a renewed endorsement of the BSC’s original and continuing focus on learning and development.

During the last few decades, at Harvard and beyond, the term “mental health” has slipped almost unquestioned into everyday parlance and has become overly applied to human experience, including the inherently personal and emotional aspects of education and learning. The best educational/developmental support welcomes the rich complex whole of students’ experience of learning. Although such support—including that offered by the BSC—is appropriately informed by the fields of psychology and neuroscience, it is not mental-health treatment.

Listening closely to students’ experiences of learning has helped the BSC staff identify and bring early attention to emerging educational issues and trends—often long in advance of these becoming College priorities—including diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the University; plagiarism and academic integrity; academic stress and resilience; the role of technology in the college experience; and the value of a holistic approach to learning and development. The BSC has a longstanding record of hiring diverse staff from the fields of education and psychology as well as a history of drawing upon and contributing to evolving models and materials in the field of student learning and development.

For over 70 years the BSC has provided an educational setting in which students from every background have found the practical support, illuminating perspectives, and personal courage needed to engage in transformational learning. We five educators who lived and led two-thirds of the BSC’s long history are grateful to have been a part of such an innovative and inclusive learning service dedicated to promoting the intellectual and ethical development of our students.

Suzanne Renna, Ed.D. ’88
Former associate director and
former acting director

Ann Fleck-Henderson ’64, Ph.D.
Former associate director

Jean Wu, Ed.D. ’84
Former associate director

Abigail Lipson, Ph.D.
Former director

Sheila Reindl ’80, Ed.D. ’95
Former associate director

Climate Change

In an essay on “Climate Change” [President Lawrence S. Bacow’s regular letter to readers, September-October, page 3], it is stated that “The scientific consensus is by now clear:” Convenient, because there is not a word in the article to support this so-called science. Nor is there any mention that carbon dioxide, a small fraction of one-half of 1 percent of the earth’s atmosphere, is essential for plant life, and so for all life on earth—including us. One shudders to think how long life could “flourish” in this academically ideal “decarbonized future.”

Of course, the “scientific consensus” on the structure of the universe was settled by Ptolemy, creation by the Bible, gravity by Newton—until someone like Galileo, or Darwin, or Einstein, with the imagination and courage to challenge consensus, follow-the-crowd thinking came along. One hopes for something better from a major university. Nullius in verba.

William J. Jones, J.D. ’60
Warren, N.J.

Editor’s note: The nearly universal scientific consensus, worldwide and among Harvard experts, is that increased man-made emissions of heat-trapping gases such as carbon dioxide and methane are accelerating the warming of the planet and climate change—as has been scientifically predicted for decades. No one disputes that plants use carbon dioxide. Decarbonization refers to reducing man-made emissions from combusting fossil fuels, burning forests, and so on—not to changing the natural chemistry of the atmosphere. The magazine’s extensive coverage of these issues is searchable online at www.harvardmagazine.com; the president’s letter is about University affairs from his perspective, not an article or a report summarizing the underlying science.

 

I read with admiration and sadness the Undergraduate column by Isa Flores-Jones ’19, who writes of the disempowerment she felt as a climate activist trying, in vain, to convince Harvard to divest its holdings from oil and gas companies before her graduation (“Movement Ecology,” September-October, page 35). As Undergraduate columnist from 1985 to 1987, I well remember the “Divest Now” balloon tethered to my and many classmates’ graduation mortar boards—referring not to the University’s fossil-fuel assets, but to holdings in companies doing business with then-apartheid South Africa.

Then, as now, the Overseers made student activists feel they had no agency. As Flores-Jones describes: they listened politely, acknowledged students’ quaint idealism, and disclaimed any power to change the status quo. Affirmation and moral conviction came, instead, from afar: a graduation-day phone call from Archbishop Desmond Tutu to student movement leaders, assuring them their efforts would matter in the end. And matter they did.

Although the lesson of history is that we don’t learn from history, the denouement of the present divestment story seems particularly obvious. Couldn’t Harvard simply cut to the finish, and show that America’s most powerful institutions can occasionally be leaders rather than laggards?

Claudia Polsky ’87
Associate clinical professor of law
and director, Environmental Law Clinic
UC, Berkeley School of Law

I write to challenge President Bacow’s call for a “decarbonized future.” While all scientists agree that the earth has warmed and is still warming since the end of the Little Ice Age in 1850, there is no “consensus” that anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) is the cause of either past or future warming. See, e.g., www.PetitionProject.org, where 31,487 scientists expressly dispute the “consensus” to which President Bacow erroneously refers. In my view, the current climate-change hysteria is based solely upon the projections of several dozen relatively crude and defective computer climate models. All of those models assume their own conclusion that: current and future anthropogenic CO2 will “cause” the glaciers to melt, the seas to rise, and shorelines to disappear. I liken the scary predictions of those modelers to the Wizard of Oz. President Obama has appropriately disregarded all of that CO2 hysteria and recently purchased his dream home on the immediate shoreline of Martha’s Vineyard Island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. He obviously has no fear of future sea-level rise.

Ten years ago, two distinguished German physicists destroyed the modelers’ unsupported CO2 hypothesis (see “Falsification of the Atmospheric CO2 Greenhouse Effects Within the Frame of Physics,” by Gerhard Gerlich and Ralf D. Tscheuschner, Int.J.Mod.Phys.B, vol. 23, no. 3, 2009). Since that time, no physicist at Harvard, or any other institution, has even attempted, much less succeeded, in showing that Gerlich and Tscheuschner’s falsification of the “anthropogenic CO2 warming hypothesis” is scientifically incorrect. Because there is no valid scientific evidence that the “anthropogenic CO2 warming hypothesis” has any basis in physics and/or the real world, there is obviously no need to put the entire world through the unimaginable and impossible task of “decarbonization.”

Don W. Crockett, J.D. ’66
Washington, D.C.

President Bacow in his essay says, “If the future is our genuine concern, we must face up to the stark reality of climate change.” He proceeds to tout Harvard’s “research, education, and engagement” but refers to the reasonable demand that Harvard act on its principles by divesting from its fossil-fuel investments only by noting that the debate about divestment “will no doubt continue.” What is he waiting for? How long can Harvard continue to urge its employees and students to recycle their cups while avoiding taking the ethical step—and showing true leadership among universities—by divesting? And he doesn’t even mention the advocacy for Harvard to divest from its investments in prisons, which are huge parts of a greedy and profoundly racist and classist set of enterprises.

Paula J. Caplan ’69 
Associate, Du Bois Institute, Hutchins Center for 
African and African American Research
Cambridge

Relative to the health of Mother Earth, the question is whether divestment is primarily a moral or a practical issue. Due to insatiable demand, the overuse of fossil fuels may be permanently damaging the planet; consumption is out of control, for political and economic reasons only indirectly related to good and evil. Thus the corruption of the fossil-fuel industry, and whether or not using a plastic toothbrush is morally superior to smoking a cigarette, are both incidental; unchecked consumption is the issue, regardless of the moral character of fossil-fuel sellers who merely supply the market with what it wants. And because they sell to anyone, as far as good and evil are concerned it is their absence of morality that should concern us; cold, mercenary, and devoid of conscience, they bargain with saints and sinners alike. This is what an Exxon share really signifies—a for-profit investment in a ruthless trade that does not trouble itself with delicate matters of conscience, and soils its hands as conditions require.

So the least the apologists for fossil-fuel investment can do is stop patronizing us with their pseudo-moral arguments of convenience—for the sake of intellectual honesty, if nothing else. Otherwise we must take their position for what it is: a timid, unprincipled concession to the raw power of a worldwide behemoth, to which many research universities are now attached like remoras to the back of a whale. And since we are known by the company we keep, we are left with two questions; for what do we stand, and how will we be remembered. Slavery once had its share of ardent defenders who saw positive moral good in it; how long, then, will it take the fossil-fuel apologists to see the bankruptcy of their position for themselves.

Frank Morgan ’73, Ds ’79
Wrightsville, Pa.

In his September message to the Harvard community, President Bacow summarized his concerns on climate change and fossil fuels: Climate change is a crisis…fossil fuels are the problem…We hope to be fossil-fuel free by 2050. 

Is the “We” President Bacow is referring to, to make all buildings of the Harvard community fossil-free by 2050? If so, how would one measure the cost and benefit to the University? Or is “We” referring to a larger entity?

As we debate the extent and location of “Climate Change” problems, we must not forget the Hockey Stick hoax of East Anglia University, which most agree was based on manipulated data. 

On August 8, 2019, there was a United Nations Intergovernmental Panel that announced that global warming was devastating crop production and threatening food shortages. This news was contradicted 20 days later, by a Wall Street Journal article that global crop production is setting new records. 

I would like to see a report by a skilled scientist of the Harvard community evaluate the research done by the petroleum engineer Robert Rapier in his paper, published by Forbes on July 1, 2018, titled “China emits more carbon dioxide then the U.S. and EU Combined.” Rapier’s statistics indicate a substantial growth of global emissions of CO2 between 1990 and 2017 from 11 to 18 billion tons/year. In 1990, free Europe and the U.S. combined emitted 9 billion tons, and in 2017 it dropped to 8 billion tons. During the same period the emissions of CO2 in China increased from 2 to 10 billion tons. 

A question for our Harvard community should be, what is the measure we should be using in defining the dangers of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere?. And what is the view of Professor William Happer of Princeton? 

David Scott ’51, M.B.A. ’53 
Dover, N.H. 

I was disappointed by Mr. Bacow’s column, particularly by his comment that “The scientific consensus is by now clear.”

While periodically scientific consensus may be clear, it is never immutable nor settled. Science is based on observation; and as we continue to observe more and gain more facts, scientific consensus moves on.

The “scientific consensus” was settled that everything revolved around the earth before Galileo. In the Soviet Union, the “scientific consensus” was settled under the Lysenkoist theory that changes to living beings could be passed on genetically. And so on.

I would also observe that “climate change” is and always has been ongoing. As far as I can understand, the earth’s climate has been changing for several million years. It is hard to know what exactly is different right now and why we should suddenly be alarmed about a process that does predate us by the aforementioned several million years and which seems not to have resulted in catastrophe for tens of thousands of years (ever since the last Ice Age.)

I applaud Mr. Bacow’s call for additional research. But the president of Harvard, of all people, should not indulge in unscientific and even anti-scientific appeals to a current consensus.

Tom Neagle, M.B.A. ’72
Fort Mill, S.C.

 Larry Bacow’s climate-change column was the most globally important piece I recall reading in Harvard magazine in decades.

By way of background for this comment, I spent many years studying various fields of science before becoming a Humphrey Fellow at Harvard Business School a lifetime ago. With my M.B.A. degree in hand, I worked as a management consultant for Arthur D. Little Inc., then headed up a similar but smaller firm with a reputation for high-quality consulting work. From this education and experience, through HBS, ADL, and a nearly 40-year-long career, I learned how to sort out the real from the fake, and the important from the trivial. 

Now, as a parent, a grandparent, and someone who cares about other people, I feel obligated to speak up and say that no truer words have been written about climate change and its overarching importance than those in Larry’s column. World-famous scientists who understand climate change, including many at Harvard, shake their heads in sad disbelief at the huge gap between their fact-based concern for our future and the widespread nonchalance of the general public—not to mention the outright denial among some.

Larry’s column provides a welcome and overdue brightening of the glimmers of climate-change light that now emanate from various Harvard schools, including HBS. For that I am grateful. Now it’s time for Harvard, the university that educates leaders who make a difference in the world, to show others the way forward by establishing a University Climate Initiative to put Harvard at the cutting edge of this critical existential issue.

Roger Shamel, M.B.A. ’74
Hillsborough, N.H.

The global warming alarms that sounded late in the last century initially were very troubling. But time was not kind to the alarmists, who have since been discredited: none of their dire forecasts has come to pass. We’ve had no temperature increase at all over the past 20 years, even as atmospheric CO2 concentration continues to rise steadily.

Agreement seems to be emerging among numerous credible scientists that:

  • CO2 probably is not a significant factor in global warming. There certainly is no “consensus” to the contrary, and studies claiming to have found one have been refuted.
  • Warming and cooling cycles occur through natural forces which we can’t control, with solar activity likely being one of the most important.
  • CO2 is a good thing, not a bad thing, and so are fossil fuels. Increased atmospheric CO2 produces many beneficial effects on natural plant and animal environments.

Thus, I was very disappointed to read Harvard president Larry Bacow’s “View From Mass Hall: Climate Change.” He merely parrots the popular media narrative: “…we must face up to the stark reality of climate change. The scientific consensus is by now clear: the threat is real, the potential consequences are grave, and the time to focus on solutions is now.”

Well, no, not really. That is to view climate change from the alarmist extreme of the debate.

Many respected scientists now know better; they offer a more balanced view of things. Future generations may well look back upon the climate change panic as the worst case of mass hysteria since the Church of Rome convulsed over Galileo. Too bad that Harvard’s leadership is following politics, not science, doing little to calm the hysteria or expose the decarbonization mania for the folly that it is.

Robert E. Price, M.B.A. ’71
Franklin, N.C.

Baseball’s Rules

Jacob Sweet’s baseball profile, “All Instincts” (May-June, page 32), states that a batter cannot steal first base. But a batter may attempt to steal first on a wild pitch when there are no on-base runners.

Paul Coran
Rockville, Md.

Jacob Sweet clarifies: This is true in the independent Atlantic League as of July, but not in college baseball or MLB as of press time.

About That Vole

Although I greatly appreciated the article about me (“A New Way of Being in the World,” September-October, page 67), there’s something I would like to clarify. The article ends with a vole who is cornered on my porch by two of my cats. She knows she can’t escape, she believes the end has come, and she covers her eyes with her hands. That part’s okay, but I’ve had some criticism from readers for letting this happen, and the truth (which didn’t appear in the article) is that I didn’t let it happen. I ran toward the cats, shouting at them, they turned to look at me, the vole saw she had a moment to escape, and she dashed away to safety. That’s in the book, and I’d appreciate your publishing this letter so readers won’t think too badly of me.

Elizabeth Marshall Thomas ’54
Peterborough, N.H.

Kudos

Thank you and Nell Porter Brown for the “Explorations and Curiosities” series (Harvard Squared). It’s drawn our attention to all kinds of experiences we would have missed otherwise—just last week we spent a wonderful afternoon at the fascinating Public Health Museum in Tewksbury, which I wouldn’t have known about without Porter Brown’s article in the magazine.

Tara Kelly ’91
Gloucester, Mass.

I enjoyed All in a Day about Worcester (“Purgatory—and Beyond,” Harvard Squared, September-October, page 16N). But I was sorry it did not mention the great Korean restaurant Simjang. The food is outstanding, the staff welcoming; they even hosted a poetry reading where I had a chance to share some of my own dishes of poems about Korea. I hope others discover Simjang, too.

David McCann
Korea Foundation professor of
Korean literature emeritus
Watertown, Mass.

Nell Porter Brown’s feature on “Purgatory—and Beyond” brought me to full attention.

I haven’t thought of Purgatory in Sutton, Massachusetts, for decades. It was a destination for a few summer outings for us kids coming from the heat of the nearby city of Worcester. Although it lacked a swimming hole, the rocks provided entertainment sufficient for an afternoon. Thanks for the photo and for the text which stirred some very good memories, and which in turn inspired the poem I attach.

Station Yourself on the Rock

Purgatory Chasm in Sutton, Mass.—
a geological anomaly—meant
more than that to you and me
(no scientists we at five and seven)
who had come with parents
to picnic a lifetime ago.
Pictures emerge in my mind
of sharp outcroppings of towering rock
intimidating in their seeming leaning
at a cautionary angle that said, Take care,
and we did, climbing that rocky place
named by Puritans as Purgatory
where the soul is cleansed by fire
before coming into the presence of God
enabled to bear the beatific vision
which otherwise it could not, recalling
Moses, hidden in rock and waiting to see
the glory of God pass by, but only
allowed the hindmost parts, as no one
could look on the face of God and live.
As smoke rose up from our charcoal grill—
hot dogs, chips and tonic ready—
we sat at a picnic table and shared
the family meal before God.

Judith Robbins, M.T.S. ’96
Whitefield, Me.

Diversity

Regarding the New York Times Magazine’s cover story on litigation before Judge Burroughs (9/1/19):

While the author sets out to analyze the litigation from the viewpoint of second-generation Asian immigrants, the point I draw from it is quite different. The Harvard admissions process is about diversity for the benefit of the student body, not for the purpose of righting old injustices; it has nothing to do with affirmative action. Harvard may quite properly have a purpose not focused on addressing the harms of historic, institutional racism. One can quite properly argue whether this is the “right” purpose for a private institution or not, but it’s not a federally justiciable issue. 

 William Malone ’58, J.D. ’62
New Canaan, Conn.

 Not White, not Black; Asian. Hispanic.

My son’s high school writes to ask me about his race. There are very few choices and so, I reply, none of them describe the diversity he represents. 

I hesitate to tell the information officer that my son is African American. Yet that’s exactly what he is: his father was born under a tree in the Sahara. His first language was not Arabic dialect but the tribal language of the Saharawi. 

In New Orleans, I think, my son isn’t black. But I’m wrong. He isn’t white. And what else is there? In this town, where people have been mixing for 400 years, the reality of Code Noir and Jim Crow has left lasting divisions. My son came home from day care, at age three, and confided in us that he was glad that his father was not a slave because, as his caregivers had told him, this had been the fate of black people in Louisiana. 

So why do I get it wrong, on the form, and say—because there is no category for my son—white? It is the same box that his young, African-American, English teacher puts him in, ignoring the experience he brings to their reading of African and Asian, Muslim, literatures. But the following year, another English teacher, white and on the verge of retirement, puts him in that other box, the one in which people, no matter how smart they might be, are not seen as competent in English. People with my son’s strange name and curly dark hair. 

Harvard students representing diversity have recently testified about their experience. I applaud them. I did not know what it was like to be “taken for” something, to be projected onto, until I watched my son. 

I worried about my son applying to Harvard with less than perfect scores, less than perfect grades. But he understands something better than I do. He understands that, wherever he is admitted, he will bring needed diversity: intelligence and experience, but also that fact that some people might not have seen him the way I do and also for that reason might not have given him the grade he deserves. And this, too, makes him who he is: “white” or African American, beur or Arab; in the UK, Asian, Muslim; and in Spain, Spanish, like his uncle, and other members of the tribe born before the Sahara was de-colonized.

He checks all the boxes. Why ask me? He knows who he is. 

Felicia McCarren ’82
New Orleans 

Errata

The fourth paragraph of the Vita on suffragist Adella Hunt Logan (September-October, page 54) contained inaccuracies in dating and other details involving Hunt Logan’s interactions with Susan B. Anthony, which were pointed out by Anthony biographer Lynn Sherr. Details appear at harvardmag.com/vita-logan-19. We regret the errors.

The profile of Elizabeth Marshall Thomas (“A New Way of Being in the World,” September-October, page 67) reported that she had “three dogs and three cats”—but one of those dogs is her son’s.

The report on a collection obtained by Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library (“Revisiting Angela Davis,” September-October, page 44) indicated that Professor Elizabeth Hinton and two graduate students sorted and organized the materials for an exhibition. In fact, their selections for the exhibition were preceded by processing of the materials by Schlesinger staff archivists Jenny Gotwals, Amber Moore, and Jehan Sinclair.

As published, the letter from Robert H. Goldstein (September-October, page 6) omitted a significant word, rendering “my humorously intended comments incomprehensible,” he notes. The letter should have read: “Among certain ethnic groups, the theological question of when life begins is reputed to be answered, ‘On graduation from law school,’” with the italicized word here restored.

 

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14 Day Danube River Cruise with Budapest & Prague

March 28th - April 10th, 2020

Explore the abundant treasures of Austria and Hungary on a unique cruise to discover the secrets of the Danube. Admire the colorful alleys of Bratislava that twist around each other like in a fairy-tale village, and the Puszta, the true soul and heart of Hungary. Visit the Gellert baths, which are full of a wide range of balneotherapy services, but also the Sisi Museum, which puts in comparison myth and truth. There, you will be able to contemplate many personal effects as well as the most famous portraits of the legendary Empress.

Arrive in Budapest to discover Buda and Pest in this elegant city with its wealth of historic monuments linked by eight graceful bridges.

Your morning tour begins on the Pest side of the city; view the Parliament, City Park and Heroes Square. Cross to Buda to see the Royal Palace, Matthias Church and the graceful medieval architecture along the cobbled streets. Explore the city's wonderful shops and cafes this afternoon on your own. Tonight, an optional dinner and show in Budapest. Travel to the outskirts of Budapest for a traditional Hungarian Dinner in a scenic forested location. While dining, you'll be entertained by colorfully dressed dancers performing a variety of spirited folk dances accompanied by a group playing live gypsy music.

We will then travel to the charming village of Holloko (meaning raven-stone) hidden in the Cserhát hills in northeastern Hungary. Take a walking tour of the historic village, a fine example of a preserved traditional settlement and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Experience the typical rural life of the Palóc people and see craftsmen at work. Spend free time in the village and perhaps try some Palóc dishes for lunch before heading back to Budapest. We will transfer to the port to embark on our cruise. A gala Welcome Dinner sets the mood for our delightful river cruise as we set sail to Bratislava.

We’ll enjoy the tranquil scenery as the ship sails along the scenic Danube. In the late afternoon, arrive in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, a mix of modern and Baroque architecture. This capital city is among the youngest in Europe, yet retains a rich history dating back more than 2000 years. Walk along the cobblestone lanes of the historic town center; view St. Martin's Cathedral, coronation site of the kings of Hungary, the 13th century Old Town Hall and the Franciscan church. Time to explore this colorful city on your own before returning to the ship for dinner. This evening, the ship will set sail to Vienna.

We’ll start out the morning by touring romantic Vienna, which will introduce us to this Imperial city with its legendary opulence and elegance. Drive along the famed Ringstrasse, Vienna's main boulevard lined with magnificent Baroque palaces, parks and monuments. View the lavish Hofburg Palace, and the impressive Vienna Opera House. Continue to majestic St. Stephen's Cathedral and the Parliament building. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure, or, join the optional tour to the magnificent Schonbrunn Palace, once summer residence of the Hapsburgs. Visit the gorgeous baroque apartments and stroll through the world-famous manicured gardens.

Tonight, perhaps take the opportunity to attend an evening of Viennese culture in the "City of Music" at an optional concert performance of the classical masterpieces of Mozart and Strauss, two of Vienna's most famous citizens.

We’ll arrive in the village of Durnstein, one of the prettiest towns on the Danube. Free time to stroll this quintessential village in the heart of the Wachau wine district. Walk along medieval cobblestone streets revealing 16th-century town houses and wine taverns. Continue cruising late this morning through the scenic Wachau Valley, with lovely storybook views of vineyards, castles, hilltop ruins and monasteries. Later, disembark in Melk for a guided tour of the historic Benedictine Abbey, considered one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Europe. View the Abbot's chambers, the Kaiser's walk, and the lavish library. The ship will set sail as we dine on board this evening.

We’ll cruise into Linz. Founded by the Romans, Linz has cultivated a strong artistic tradition, especially in the field of music. Today is free to explore the city independently, taking in such sites as St. Mary’s Cathedral and Linz Castle, or just relaxing at a café sampling the famous Linzer torte which was named after this quaint city. Alternatively, join the optional full day tour to beautiful Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart and setting for the Sound of Music. The walking tour will include some of Salzburg's most historic sites including the Mirabell Palace, the Abbey, Salzburg Cathedral, and St. Peter's Cemetery. After lunch at a local restaurant, there will be time to discover Salzburg on your own before returning to the ship. In the early evening, all passengers will rejoin the ship and set sail for Passau.

We’ll dock in 2500-year old Passau, known for its pastel patrician houses, cafés, cobblestone lanes and riverfront promenade. Passau is a town with a mix of Roman, Italian Baroque and Gothic architecture. Tonight, we’ll enjoy a lavish Captain's Dinner on board.

We’ll disembark from the river cruise and drive to the "Golden City" of Prague. This is a free day to explore Prague on your own. Perhaps visit the museums, galleries or wander along the banks of the Vltava River. You can mix with the locals at Wenceslas Square, shop for local handicrafts, enjoy one of the many charming cafes or dine at a world-class restaurant.

The morning tour of Prague includes a visit to the 1000-year-old Hradcany Castle grounds, former residence of the Bohemian Kings. Enjoy magnificent views of the Charles Bridge and Lesser Town below and see the elegant courtyards, St. George Basilica and the St. Vitus Cathedral. Continue to the Jewish Quarter, and the Old Town Square to view the world-famous Astronomical Clock and the Town Hall. The rest of the day is at leisure to visit the museums, galleries or wander along the banks of the Vltava River. Or, join the optional afternoon tour to Terezin, the infamous Nazi WWII concentration camp, now a memorial to those who perished.

Our last day will be free to further explore Prague, this beautiful city independently. Visit the museums, galleries or stroll along Parizska Street, the city's famous shopping district. In the evening, perhaps try traditional Czech cuisine at a popular restaurant. Remember to sample Prague's national treasure - its world-renowned beer.

River Cruise Package Includes:

  • Flights Orlando-Prague, Budapest-Orlando 
    • Lufthansa
    • LH 487           MCO/FRA    28-Mar-20    915P   1210P
    • LH 1400         FRA/PRG     29-Mar-20    425P   525P
    • LH 1335         BUD/FRA     10-Apr-20    925A   1110A
    • LH 464           FRA/MCO    10-Apr-20    155P   555P
  • Airline taxes & fuel surcharges
  • 12 nights accommodations
    • 2 nights Budapest
    • 7 nights outside cabin
    • 3 nights Prague
  • River port charges
  • Cruise & hotel porterage
  • All transfers included only with group airfare travel
  • 25 meals: 12 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 dinners
  • Cruise director & activities host throughout cruise
  • Local host in Budapest & Prague
  • Services of local guides in all major cities
  • Shore excursions per itinerary
  • Entrance fees per itinerary
  • Comfortable wireless earphones for enhanced touring during excursions

River Cruise Features & Amenities:

  • Gala Welcome Dinner and Farewell Dinner
  • Wine and beer with dinners
  • Locally inspired recipes
  • Early riser breakfast in addition to buffet breakfast
  • Late night snack
  • Complimentary basic Wi-Fi access
  • Self-serve coffee and tea station
  • Lounge serving premium spirits
  • Fitness center
  • Non-smoking ship interior
  • Shore excursions conducted exclusively in English by licensed guides

Special Features:

  • View Vienna with its magnificent Baroque palaces, parks and monuments
  • Guided tour of the historic Benedictine Melk Abbey
  • City tour of Prague "The City of a Thousand Spires"

Optional Tours:

  • Half Day Terezin Tour                $71
  • Tour of Salzburg                       $108
  • Classical Viennese Concert         $66
  • Schonbrunn Palace Tour            $52
  • Dinner & Show in Budapest       $61
  • Half Day Taste of Budapest        $48

Pricing is Per Person Two Adults Sharing a Cabin (all cabins 172 sq ft):

Cabin C - Sapphire Deck French Balcony                 $4,865

Cabin B - Royal Deck French Balcony                      $5,065

Cabin A - Royal Deck French Balcony                      $5,265


**Final Price May Be Adjusted do to Airfare and/or Currency Exchange

RESERVE A SPACE: 

$800 per person deposit will reserve your spot.  No space is held without a deposit.


PAYMENT SCHEDULE: 

Initial Deposit: $800 per person

Payment 1: $1,400 per person: Due by August 1st

Payment 2: $1,400 per person: Due by October 1st

Final Payment Due:  Due by December 1st

* IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING CANCELLATION:
Once you submit your initial deposit and trip application, a minimum of $375 per person cancellation penalty will apply regardless of when you cancel. This is due to the non-refundable deposit made to the hotels, tour operators and airlines once space is booked. Additional penalties will apply at 180 days out or less.

TRIP INSURANCE:  May be obtained here at Trip Insurance

* PASSPORTS:  Must be valid 6 months BEYOND the date of our return, October 10, 2020.

*Additional Information:

Due to physical constraints and space limitations, wheelchairs and walkers are not allowed on motor coaches and/or river cruises.  There are no elevators or chair lifts on board. 

Make checks payable to Space Coast Ski & Travel Club and mail with your completed trip application and a copy of your passport picture page to:

Pam Kaercher
144 Island View Drive
Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937

If you have any questions please contact Pam

Trip Leader:




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(321) 298-7086

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Battery Type: Li-ion Battery Voltage: 14.8V Battery Capacity: 5200mAh, 76.96Wh Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 416g Battery Size: 139.30 x 94.50 x 21.00mm Battery Cells Amount: 8-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Compatible mainbody Numbers: CLEVO 6-87-X710S-4271, 6-87-X710S-4272, 6-87-X710S-4273, 6-87-X710S-4J7, 6-87-X710S-4J72, P150HMBAT-8, . Fit Machine Model: Clevo P170 SM, P170SM, P170SM-A, PCspecialist vortex series, Clevo X511 Series P170, P170EM, P170HM, P170HM-3DE, P170HM3, P170HMx, Eurocom Neptune 2 P170EM, Metabox Pro P170SM-A, Sager NP8131, NP8150, NP8151, NP8170, Terrans Force X711. clevo Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. You can purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/clevo-laptop-battery/1680.html
          

Genuine Lenovo L12L4A02 L12M4E01 L12S4E01 battery

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Battery Type: Li-ion Battery Voltage: 14.8V Battery Capacity: 2800mAh, 41Wh Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 225g Battery Size: 272.40 x 37.50 x 19.80mm Battery Cells Amount: 4-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Total Sale: 857 Sold Compatible mainbody Numbers: LENOVO 4INR19/66, L12L4A02, L12L4E01, L12M4A02, L12M4E01, L12S4A02, L12S4E01, . Fit Machine Model: Lenovo 505s Touch Series, 80FY, B70-80 80MR0006GE, Eraser Z50-75, G40 - 80E400QRCF, G40 - 80E400QSCF, G40 - 80E400R0CF, G40-30, G40-30-NTH, G40-30-NTW, G40-45, G40-45-AEI, G40-45-ASI, G40-45-E0N, G40-45-ETW, G40-70, G40-70AM-IFI, G40-70AT-CTW, G40-70AT-IFI, G40-70AT-ITH, G40-70AT-PTH, G40-70M-IFI, G40-70M-ITH, G40-70MA-IFI, G40-70MA-ITH, G40-70MA-PTH, G40-75-ATE, G40-80, G400s, G400s Series, G400s Touch, G400s Touch Series, G405s, G405s Series, G405s Touch, G405s Touch Series, G410s, G410s Series, G410s Touch, G410s Touch Series, G50-30-NTH We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. You can purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/lenovo-laptop-battery/1783.html
          

ZyXEL GS1900-8HP 8-Port Poe Smart Switch Adapter Power Supply

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Item ID: FSP54V1.66A90W-4PIN Input:100-240V~ 1.5A 50-60Hz Adapter Output Voltage: 54V Adapter Output Current: 1.66A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :415g Adapter Tip Note: 4Pin Dimension( L x W x H ):132.90 x 58.20 x 32.10mm Note:Not New Total Sale: 185 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x FSP Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 9NA0903501 AC Adapter 9NA0903503 AC Adapter FSP090-AWBN2 AC Adapter FSP090-DMBC1 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Cisco SF302-08PP, SF302-08PP-K9-NA, SG-300-10PP, SG-300-10PP SWITCH, SG200-10FP, SG300 10-PP, SG300-10MPP, SG300-10P, SG300-10PP, SWITCH SF302-08PP-K9-NA, Linksys LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH, LGS116P-AP, LGS308, LGS308P, Zyxel GS1900-10HP, GS1900-16, GS1900-24, GS1900-24E, GS1900-24HP, GS1900-48, GS1900-48HP., ZYXEL GS1900-8HP 8-PORT POE SMART SWITCH. FSP Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-fsp54v1.66a90w-4pin.html
          

UK New ZyXEL GS1900-8HP 8-Port Poe Smart Switch Adapter

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Item ID: FSP54V1.66A90W-4PIN Input:100-240V~ 1.5A 50-60Hz Adapter Output Voltage: 54V Adapter Output Current: 1.66A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :415g Adapter Tip Note: 4Pin Dimension( L x W x H ):132.90 x 58.20 x 32.10mm Note:Not New Total Sale: 185 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x FSP Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 9NA0903501 AC Adapter 9NA0903503 AC Adapter FSP090-AWBN2 AC Adapter FSP090-DMBC1 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Cisco SF302-08PP, SF302-08PP-K9-NA, SG-300-10PP, SG-300-10PP SWITCH, SG200-10FP, SG300 10-PP, SG300-10MPP, SG300-10P, SG300-10PP, SWITCH SF302-08PP-K9-NA, Linksys LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH, LGS116P-AP, LGS308, LGS308P, Zyxel GS1900-10HP, GS1900-16, GS1900-24, GS1900-24E, GS1900-24HP, GS1900-48, GS1900-48HP., ZYXEL GS1900-8HP 8-PORT POE SMART SWITCH. FSP Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-fsp54v1.66a90w-4pin.html
          

UK New ZyXEL GS1900-8HP 8-Port Poe Smart Switch Adapter Power Sup

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Genuine FSP Laptop AC Adapter / Laptop Charger / Laptop PSU Ask question Email a friend Item ID: FSP54V1.66A90W-4PIN Input:100-240V~ 1.5A 50-60Hz Adapter Output Voltage: 54V Adapter Output Current: 1.66A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :415g Adapter Tip Note: 4Pin Dimension( L x W x H ):132.90 x 58.20 x 32.10mm Note:Not New Total Sale: 185 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x FSP Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 9NA0903501 AC Adapter 9NA0903503 AC Adapter FSP090-AWBN2 AC Adapter FSP090-DMBC1 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Cisco SF302-08PP, SF302-08PP-K9-NA, SG-300-10PP, SG-300-10PP SWITCH, SG200-10FP, SG300 10-PP, SG300-10MPP, SG300-10P, SG300-10PP, SWITCH SF302-08PP-K9-NA, Linksys LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH, LGS116P-AP, LGS308, LGS308P, Zyxel GS1900-10HP, GS1900-16, GS1900-24, GS1900-24E, GS1900-24HP, GS1900-48, GS1900-48HP., ZYXEL GS1900-8HP 8-PORT POE SMART SWITCH. FSP Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-fsp54v1.66a90w-4pin.html
          

UK Genuine LG 19V 1.3A ADS-40SG LCAP21 power supply AC Adapter

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Item ID: LG19V1.3A25W-6.0x4.0mm Input:100-240 V-50/60Hz 1.0A Adapter Output Voltage: 19V Adapter Output Current: 1.3A Adapter Power: 25W Weight( Adapter only ) :135g Adapter Plug Size: 6.0x4.0mm Dimension( L x W x H ):91.40 x 37.30 x 28.50mm Total Sale: 830 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x LG Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 19025GPG1.0A AC Adapter ADS-40FSG-19 19025GPG AC Adapter ADS-40FSG-19 19025GPG-1 PSU AC Adapter ADS-40SG-19-13-19025G AC Adapter ADS-40SG-19-3 19025G AC Adapter EAY62512004 AC Adapter EAY62549202 AC Adapter EAY62549203 AC Adapter EAY62549304 AC Adapter EAY62648702 AC Adapter EAY62768606 AC Adapter EAY62768608 AC Adapter LCAP21 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Lg 10SM3TB, 22EA53VQ, 22EA53VQ-P, 22M35D, 22MP48, 22MP58VQ-P, 23MP67 MONITOR, 24M38H, 24MP47HQ, 24MP55HQ, 25UM55, 27EA33V, ADS-40 FSG-19 19025GPB-2, E1942CA, E1948S, E1948SX, E2242C, E2249, E2251, E2251T, E2251T-BN, E2342V-BN FLATRON, E2342VA, E2351VZ, E2442, EAY62768609, FALTRON IPS224V-PN, FLATRON 23EN43B, FLATRON E1942, FLATRON E2042TC - BN, FLATRON E2242C-BN, FLATTRON 22EA53V-P, FLATTRON 22LG EA53V-P, IPS LED 22MP55HA, IPS LED FLATRON IPS224, IPS224V, LG23ET83V, LG23ET83V TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR, TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR 23ET83V, W1947CY, Lg Lcd Monitor 24MP47HQ, Samsung 22EA53VA. LG Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-lg19v1.3a25w-6.0x4.0mm.html
          

SAMSUNG AA-PBZN2TP PBZN2TP Battery for SAMSUNG Chromeboo 905S3G-K

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Battery Type: Li-Polymer Battery Voltage: 7.5V Battery Capacity: 4080mAh, 30Wh Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 90g Battery Size: 245.50 x 90.60 x 3.40mm Battery Cells Amount: 4-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Total Sale: 329 Sold Compatible mainbody Numbers: SAMSUNG AA PBZN2TP, AA-PBZN2TP, AAPBZN2TP, NP915S3G-K05CN, XE303C, XE303C12, XE303C12-A01US, . Fit Machine Model: Samsung 905s3g, 905S3G-K07, 915s3g, Chromeboo XE303C12, Chromebook XE303C12, chromebook XE303C12-A01UK, NP905S3G, NP915S3G-K02CA, npv905s3g, XE303C12-A01AU, XE303C12-A01CA, XE303C12-H01UK, XE500T1C, XE500T1C 905s3g, XE500T1C 915s3g, XE500T1C-A04US, XE503C12. samsung Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. You can purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/samsung-laptop-battery/2110.html
          

Genuine Averatec 23+050510+00 2200/2300 Series battery 2225 2260

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Battery Type: Li-ion Battery Voltage: 11.1V Battery Capacity: 7200mAh, 7.2Ah Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 476g Battery Size: 203.90 x 73.20 x 21.10mm Battery Cells Amount: 9-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Total Sale: 331 Sold Compatible mainbody Numbers: AVERATEC #8735 SCUD, 2200, 23+050380+00, 23+050490+00, 23+050490+01, 23+050510+00, PHILIPS 2200 Series, 23+050510+00, 2300 Series, . Fit Machine Model: Averatec 2200 Series, 2225 Series, 2260 Series, 2300 Series, 2371 Series, AV2200, AV2225-EH1, AV2225EH1, AV2260-EH1, AV2260-EK1, AV2260-EY1, AV2260EH1, AV2260EK1, AV2260EY1, AV2300, H12, N2370HM1E-1, N2371DH1E-1, Philips Freevents X56, Freevents X56 H12Y, T5600, Twinhead H12M, H12V, H12Y. averatec Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. averatec Replacement Laptop Battery You can purchase here: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/averatec-laptop-battery/847.html
          

UK Genuine PA-1900-34 19V 4.74A for charger AC Adapter ASUS X51CU

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Item ID: ASUS19V4.74A90W-5.5x2.5mm Input:100-240V~,50-60HZ 1.5A Adapter Output Voltage: 19V Adapter Output Current: 4.74A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :360g Adapter Plug Size: 5.5x2.5mm Dimension( L x W x H ):134.40 x 58.70 x 31.30mm Total Sale: 266 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x ASUS Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 90-N6EPW2000 AC Adapter 90-N6EPW2010 AC Adapter ADP-65DB REV B AC Adapter ADP-90F AC Adapter ADP-90SB AC Adapter ADP-90SB BB AC Adapter ADP-90YD B AC Adapter EXA0904YH AC Adapter EXA1202YH AC Adapter FSP090-DMBF1 AC Adapter PA-1900-24 AC Adapter PA-1900-30 AC Adapter PA-1900-34 AC Adapter PA-1900-36 AC Adapter PA3380U-1ACA AC Adapter R32379 AC Adapter R33030 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: F80CR, F80L, F80Q, F80S, Asus A43, A43B, A43BY, A43E, A43F, A43J, A43JA, A43JB, A43JC, A43JF, A43JG, A43JH, A43JN, A43JP, A43JQ, A43JR, A43JU, A43JV, A43S, A43SJ, A43SV, A43U, A450J, A53, A53B, A53BY, A53E, A53F, A53J, A53JA, A53JB, A53JC, A53JE, A53JH, A53JQ, A53JR, A53JT, A53JU, A53S, A53SD, A53SJ, A53SV, A53T, A53TA, A6, A6JA, A6JC, A6Jm, A6K, A6KM, A6KT, A6M, A6R, A6T, A6Ta, A6TC, A6VA, A6VM, A73, A73E, A73E-XE1, A73SV-TY125V, A7C, A7D, A7F, A7G, A7J, A7Jc, A7M, A7S, A7Tc, A7V, A7Vc, A8F, A8J, A8Jc, A8Jp, A8Jr, A8Js, A8M, A8Sc, F2J, F2JE, F3JA, F3JC, F3JM, F3JP, F3JR, F3M, F3P, F3Sc We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-asus19v4.74a90w-5.5x2.5mm.html
          

UK Genuine PA-1900-34 19V 4.74A for charger AC Adapter ASUS X51CU

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Item ID: ASUS19V4.74A90W-5.5x2.5mm Input:100-240V~,50-60HZ 1.5A Adapter Output Voltage: 19V Adapter Output Current: 4.74A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :360g Adapter Plug Size: 5.5x2.5mm Dimension( L x W x H ):134.40 x 58.70 x 31.30mm Total Sale: 266 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x ASUS Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 90-N6EPW2000 AC Adapter 90-N6EPW2010 AC Adapter ADP-65DB REV B AC Adapter ADP-90F AC Adapter ADP-90SB AC Adapter ADP-90SB BB AC Adapter ADP-90YD B AC Adapter EXA0904YH AC Adapter EXA1202YH AC Adapter FSP090-DMBF1 AC Adapter PA-1900-24 AC Adapter PA-1900-30 AC Adapter PA-1900-34 AC Adapter PA-1900-36 AC Adapter PA3380U-1ACA AC Adapter R32379 AC Adapter R33030 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: F80CR, F80L, F80Q, F80S, Asus A43, A43B, A43BY, A43E, A43F, A43J, A43JA, A43JB, A43JC, A43JF, A43JG, A43JH, A43JN, A43JP, A43JQ, A43JR, A43JU, A43JV, A43S, A43SJ, A43SV, A43U, A450J, A53, A53B, A53BY, A53E, A53F, A53J, A53JA, A53JB, A53JC, A53JE, A53JH, A53JQ, A53JR, A53JT, A53JU, A53S, A53SD, A53SJ, A53SV, A53T, A53TA, A6, A6JA, A6JC, A6Jm, A6K, A6KM, A6KT, A6M, A6R, A6T, A6Ta, A6TC, A6VA, A6VM, A73, A73E, A73E-XE1, A73SV-TY125V, A7C, A7D, A7F, A7G, A7J, A7Jc, A7M, A7S, A7Tc, A7V, A7Vc, A8F, A8J, A8Jc, A8Jp, A8Jr, A8Js, A8M, A8Sc, F2J, F2JE, F3JA, F3JC, F3JM, F3JP, F3JR, F3M, F3P, F3Sc, F3T, F3Tc, F550D, F6S, F8SV, F9F, F9J, G1, G1S, G2, G2S, K43, K43B, K43BY, K43E, K43E-2410M, K43E-3CVX, K43E-3DVX, K43E-3EVX, K43E-3FVX, K43E-3HVX, K43E-3IVX, K43E-3JVX, K43E-VX037, K43E-VX052R, K43E-VX056, K43E-VX057, K43E-VX065, K43E-VX113, K43E-VX114V, K43E-VX118, K43E-VX120D, K43E-VX122, K43E-VX123, K43E-VX124, K43E-VX127, K43E-VX139, K43E-VX139D We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly:https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-asus19v4.74a90w-5.5x2.5mm.html
          

Cựu sao Barca "què giò" vì Son Heung Min xuất viện

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Bản tin cập nhật tối 6/11: Granit Xhaka có thể sẽ rời Arsenal ngay trong tháng 1 sau khi mất băng đội trưởng.

Xhaka có thể rời Arsenal tháng 1. Theo tờ The Times, ty le keo ma cao mặc dù Arsenal đã tước băng đội trưởng của Granit Xhaka nhưng có khả năng vụ việc sẽ chỉ thực sự lắng dịu một khi Xhaka rời CLB. Lúc này mối quan hệ giữa Xhaka với HLV Unai Emery lẫn các fan Arsenal được cho là khá lạnh lẽo, và anh đang M.Uốn chủ động ra đi chứ không cần đến CLB tìm cách đuổi anh khỏi sân Emirates.

ĐT Việt Nam hòa Ấn Độ trong trận giao hữu. Chiều 6/11, ĐT nữ Việt Nam đã có trận giao hữu thứ 2 với ĐT nữ Ấn Độ tại sân Yanmar Trung tâm Đào tạo Bóng đá trẻ Việt Nam. ĐT Việt Nam có được thế trận lấn lướt nhưng phải tới tận phút thứ 39, Phạm Thị Hải Yến mới đem về được bàn thắng mở tỉ số. Phút thứ 68, trong một tình huống dâng cao đội hình, các cô gái Ấn Độ đã có được bàn gỡ hòa vào lưới ĐT Việt Nam. Sau trận hòa 1-1, các cầu thủ của ĐT nữ Việt Nam sẽ có cuộc tập huấn tại Nhật Bản bắt đầu từ ngày 10/11 trước khi có chuyến hành quân tới Philippines để tham dự SEA Games 2019 vào ngày 22/11.

Loạn lạc ở Napoli. Tình hình tại CLB Napoli đang trở nên rối loạn khi quan hệ giữa cầu thủ với HLV Carlo Ancelotti lẫn với chủ tịch Aurelio De Laurentiis đã đổ vỡ. Sau trận thua Roma cuối tuần qua, các cầu thủ Napoli đã bị yêu cầu phải tập trung trong một trại tập huấn của CLB để chuẩn bị cho trận gặp Salzburg ở Champions League.

Sau trận đấu, một số cầu thủ Napoli cho rằng họ đã đá tốt nên tự ý rời trại mà không thông báo, và khi bị con trai chủ tịch chất vấn, Lorenzo Insigne đã thay mặt họ phản bác rằng các cầu thủ sẽ về nhà và cứ việc báo tin cho chủ tịch. Hiện HLV Carlo Ancelotti đang tỏ ra rất tức giận và có khả năng ông sẽ nộp đơn từ chức ngay trong hôm nay.

Rangnick từ chối Bayern. Theo tờ Bild, giám đốc thể thao ty le keo malaisia Ralf Rangnick của tập đoàn Red Bull (và của CLB Leipzig) đã từ chối lời mời làm HLV trưởng Bayern M.Unich thay Niko Kovac do ông M.Uốn nhắm tới một công việc mà mình được trao nhiều quyền hơn. Nguồn tin cho hay giờ Arsene Wenger đang thực sự trở thành ứng viên hàng đầu cho “ghế nóng” ở Bayern.

HLV Pochettino cảm ơn Everton. HLV Mauricio Pochettino mới đây đã gửi lời cảm ơn tới các cầu thủ Everton đã an ủi Son Heung-min sau sự cố chấn thương nguy hiểm của Andre Gomes. “Tôi M.Uốn cảm ơn đội trưởng SeaM.Us Coleman, cậu ấy đã tới vỗ về Son trong phòng thay đồ của chúng tôi dù cậu ấy không nhất thiết phải làm thế. Các cầu thủ Everton rất tuyệt vời”, ông nói.

Wenger sẵn sàng làm HLV trưởng của Bayern: Sau khi chia tay Niko Kovac, Bayern M.Unich vẫn chưa công bố người thay thế khiến tin đồn ngày càng nhiều hơn. Mới nhất, cựu HLV của Arsenal là Arsene Wenger tuyên bố sẵn sàng ngồi vào "chiếc ghế nóng" tại Alianz Arena nếu nhận được lời mời.

Arsenal "lừa dối" ĐT Scotland? Mới đây, HLV Steve Clark của ĐT Scotland bày tỏ sự tiếc nuối khi không thể triệ tập hậu vệ cánh Kieran Tierney do cầu thủ này đang bị chấn thương. Tuy nhiên, chỉ vài giờ sau tuyên bố này thì Tierney lại cùng Arsenal sang Bồ Đào Nha chuẩn bị thi đấu tại Europa League.

Sao Chelsea dễ lỡ hẹn cùng tuyển Anh: Tiền vệ Mason Mount của Chelsea vừa dính chấn thương mắt cá trong trận hòa 4-4 trước Ajax. Mặc dù chưa có kết luận chính thức từ bác sĩ nhưng nhiều khả năng tiền vệ người Anh sẽ phải nghỉ ngơi một khoảng thời gian dài và lỡ hẹn cùng ĐT Anh tại vòng loại EURO 2020 trong tháng 11.

Guti tiếp quản CLB Almeria: Cựu cầu thủ của Real Madrid, Guti vừa được bổ nhiệm làm HLV của CLB Almeria. Đây là lần đầu tiên "Lãng tử thành Madrid" tiếp quản một đội bóng chuyên nghiệp kể từ khi giã từ sự nghiệp quần đùi áo số.

Neymar tát CĐV đối thủ vẫn được tòa "giơ cao, đánh khẽ": Theo AFP, công tố viên của Tòa án Bobigny, một thành phố bên ngoài thủ đô Paris đã vừa ra phán quyết sau khi nhận đơn kiện của một nam CĐV 29 tuổi của Rennes có tên Nelson tố cáo Neymar tát mình.

Cụ thể, siêu sao người Brazil khi lên bục nhận huy chương bạc trong trận thua đau của PSG trước Rennes trong loạt luân lưu ở chung kết Cúp Quốc gia ngày 27/4 năm nay đã không giữ được bình tĩnh và có hành vi tấn công fan đối thủ. Đoạn video clip được ghi lại bằng điện thoại di động của một CĐV khác đã chỉ rõ hành vi này của Neymar.

Công tố viên tại Tòa án đã quyết định sẽ không có thêm án phạt bổ sung sau khi Neymar từng thụ án treo giò 3 trận vì tội lỗi của anh. Nếu tái phạm, "Tiểu Neymar" có thể bị cấm thi đấu thêm 2 trận bổ sung. 

"Đó là một sự biện minh của bạo lực." - luật sư biện hộ của nguyên đơn kiện Neymar, Philippe Ohayon bức xúc nói. "Nếu đó là một CĐV đánh một cầu thủ, anh ta sẽ bị công lý trừng phạt nghiêm khắc và thậm chí có thể nhận được một bản án tù."

Bale và Ramsey bất ngờ được Giggs gọi lên tuyển: Dù đang gặp các chấn thương khác nhau song bộ đôi ngôi sao Gareth Bale cùng Aaron Ramsey vẫn được HLV Ryan Giggs triệu tập lên tuyển xứ Wales, nhằm chuẩn bị cho hai trận cuối tại vòng loại Euro 2020 lần lượt gặp Azerbaijan và Hungary.

Đây được coi là trận đấu mang ý nghĩa sống còn với xứ Wales trong nỗ lực giành vé dự VCK Euro vào hè sang năm. Hiện tại, xứ Wales đang xếp thứ 4 ở bảng E, sau Croatia, Hungary và Slovakia.

Smalling chưa bị qua mặt, được cả thành Milano thèm khát: Báo chí Italia đưa tin hai đội bóng thành Milano là Inter cùng AC Milan đang tranh giành chữ ký của trung vệ Chris Smalling, người hiện thi đấu cực kỳ ấn tượng theo dạng mượn ở AS Roma từ M.U.

Theo thống kê, Smalling là một trong hai trung vệ chưa bị rê qua lần nào tại Serie A mùa này. Ngoài ra, trung vệ 29 tuổi còn có tỷ lệ không chiến thành công đạt 71,43%, cao thứ 5 giải đấu.

Cựu sao Barca "què giò" vì Son Heung Min xuất viện: Sau khi được phẫu thuật thành công chấn thương mắt cá chân nghiêm trọng vì pha vào bóng của Son Heung Min (Tottenham), tiền vệ từng chơi cho Barcelona - Andre Gomes đã rời bệnh viện và sẽ tiếp tục quá trình hồi phục dưới sự giám sát, chăm sóc của đội ngũ y tế phía Everton.

Được M.U săn đón, Kai Havertz sẵn sàng rời nước Đức: Mục tiêu của M.U, Kai Havertz khẳng định anh sẵn sàng rời Leverkusen và nước Đức nếu nhận được đề nghị thú vị.


          

Mikov Czechoslovakia a Solingen inox

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St. Catherine’s Young Wine Tasting (11/22/2019)

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In November, Modra is coming alive with the debut of young wine. It's about time again to taste the young wine from this year and exactly this is the aim of this wine tasting event under Little Carpathians. Local wine makers from Modra and vicinity will offer their youngest wines. A part of the event will also be the benediction of the young wine.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

          

Slovak ramp inspector: We can ground a plane if deficiencies aren’t removed

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Securing the safety of air traffic makes for a fulfilling job, said Gabriela Galambošová, a Slovak hero from the EU Protects campaign.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

          

Last Czechoslovak PM Jan Stráský dies at 78

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Many tributes have been paid Jan Stráský, the last prime minister of
Czechoslovakia, who has died at the age of 78. Stráský was a founding
member of the Civic Democrats, held ministerial posts and was a highly
figure in 1990s domestic politics.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

          

Last prime minister of Czechoslovakia Jan Stráský dies aged 78

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Jan Stráský who served as the last prime minister of Czechoslovakia from
June 1992 until the dissolution of the state in January 1993 died at the
age of 78 on Thursday morning, the Czech News Agency reports. Before
assuming the mantle of prime minister, Mr. Stráský was Minister of
Transport and later…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

          

FITCHBURG SENTIEL, Mass...

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1948 Jan Masaryk suicide death... FITCHBURG SENTIEL, Mass., March 10, 1948 * Jan Garrigue Masaryk suicide death * Czechoslovakia diplomat & politician The top of the front page has a four column headline: "Masaryk's Death Leap Laid To Czech Red Coup" with subheads and photo of Masaryk. (see) Complete with all 16 pages, light toning at the margins, minor spine wear, nice condition.
          

Floreana

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On a remote island in the future people are preparing for an important mission.

Sound and Music: Sofie Birch and Asbjørn Derdau
Development Support: Tim Leborgne, Per Kristensen and Claus Toksvig Kjaer
Additional Animation: Annalea Hartelius
Supported by The Open Workshop Department of The Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark

Awards
Los Angeles Animation Festival: Best of Fest
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival: ISHIYA Award

Festival Requests: festival@miyu.fr

Official Selection of 80+ International Film Festivals
2019 Chicago International Children's Film Festival
2019 Fantoche International Animation Festival, Switzerland
2019 La Guarimba Film Festival, Italy
2019 Turku Animated Film Festival, Finland
2019 Odense International Film Festival, Denmark
2019 Fest Anca, Slovakia
2019 Animafest Zagreb, Croatia
2019 Pictoplasma, Germany
2019 Filmfest Dresden, Germany
2019 GLAS International Animation Festival, U.S.A.
2019 Tokyo Animation Arts Festival, Japan
2019 Cape Town International Animation Festival, South Africa
2019 New York International Children's Film Festival, U.S.A. (U.S. Premiere)
2019 Animac, Spain
2018 Animateka, Slovenia
2018 Sommets du cinéma d'animation, Canada (North American Premiere)
2018 New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival, Japan (World Premiere)

Distribution
MIYU Distribution
GKIDS Ghibli Fest 2019

Cast: Louis Morton


          

Spoľahlivosť technik údržby (m/k) - Amazon /Slovakia/ s.r.o. - Saskatchewan

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