first_imgRELATED: Full lineup, qualifying speeds Ryan Ellis wrecked in the first round with his No. 15 Ford, and did not finish. Jones’ Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Daniel Suarez (136.643 mph) and Kyle Busch (136.415 mph) will start in the second and third positions, respectively, in Saturday’s Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter. 200 at Phoenix International Raceway (2:30 p.m. ET, FOX). Ty Dillon will start fourth (135.399 mph) while Chase Elliott starts fifth (135.227 mph). Josh Reaume and Todd Peck failed to qualify.center_img Erik Jones captured his first 21 means 21 Pole Award of the season in Saturday’s XFINITY qualifying, speeding around Phoenix International Raceway at 136.789 mph in the No. 20 Toyota. Jones has started the last two XFINITY races from the No. 2 position. Jones was fastest in both the second and third rounds of qualifying en route to the fourth XFINITY pole of his career. Jones had to speed past Suarez, whose first-round speed of 134.489 mph in the No. 19 Toyota was better than Jones’ 133.353 in that round.last_img read more

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first_imgSome 98% of new laws introduced by the government in 2009 were brought in as statutory instruments without full parliamentary debate, research has revealed today. Data from legal information provider Sweet & Maxwell showed that the number of laws introduced by the government during the last year rose by 16% to 2,492, up from 2,148 in the previous 12 months. This is the equivalent of almost 10 new laws per working day, and was the largest number of new laws introduced since 2001, the study said. Alina Lourie, director of Enterprise-Wide Solutions at Sweet & Maxwell, said: ‘Historically there does tend to be a spike in new legislation following an economic crisis. ‘There is pressure to introduce new laws both to deal with the fallout from the recession and to try to tackle the causes of the crisis.’ Examples of specific credit crunch related laws introduced in 2009 include: The Value Added Tax Regulations 2009; Northern Rock Transfer Order 2009; Northern Rock (Tax Consequences) Regulation 2009; Landsbanki Freezing (Revocation) Order 2009; and the Bradford & Bingley Compensation Scheme Order 2009.last_img read more

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first_imgNext Game: Preview Full Schedule Roster Live Stats Watch Live October 5, 2019Valdosta State VolleyballVALDOSTA, Ga. –  The Argonauts will come home from their weekend in Georgia with two more wins under their belts. Tonight UWF took on VSU and came out with a 3-0 win in 25-16, 25-14, 25-10 decisions. UWF now moves to 5-0 in the GSC and 12-5 overall. Valdosta State is now 2-3 in the GSC and 10-8 overall. The Argos were out to win from the start and their numbers showed that tonight. As a team, UWF hit .369 on the match and in the last set alone, as a team UWF hit .500. Senior Jordyn Poppen lead the team in kills recording 10 kills on 16 attacks and a single error. She was followed by Senior Ebony Powers who recorded nine kills and then Veresia Yon who had seven. Yon also lead the team in blocks with eight blocks and two of those being solo.As a team, the Argos had 14 blocks to the Blazers six and six of UWF’s blocks were solo. Poppen lead in digs with 14 and was followed by Junior Ashton Marshall recorded 11 digs this match. The Argos offense was absolutely dominate this match and the block was active resulting in a slower match for the defense, but they were there when needed. The Argos will head home to practice for the week, but will be back on the road next weekend as they travel to Auburn Montgomery on Thursday, October 10 and then they will play at Montevallo on Friday, October 11 to wrap up their away stretch. UWF’s next home match will be on Tuesday, October 15 against Belhaven at 7:00 PM for West Florida Volleyball’s Annual Pack It Pink Night.How to Follow the Argos: For complete information on UWF Volleyball, follow the team on Twitter at @UWFVolleyball and on Instagram at @UWFVolleyball.Print Friendly Version at Auburn Montgomery 10/10/2019 – 6:00 PMlast_img read more

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first_imgSatiricus was still on a roll now that his old buddy Cappo had returned from his (illegal) sojourn in New York. He, Cappo, was keeping the fellas’ throats quite lubricated at the Back Street Bar with the greenbacks he’d brought back. That he also regaled them with his life and times in the Big Apple didn’t hurt. Cappo, on the other hand, was interested in what had gone down in his native land in his absence. Thus, the conversation and the beer flowed like Amaila Falls.“Suh wha’ time Rum Jhaat a close dong bar now?” Cappo wanted to know. “Me know ‘e cyaan close dong abee Back Street Bar…but me wan’ fuh tek ayu a Tong fuh wan drink!”“Still two o’clock in the morning,” Hari smiled. “But you know by then you’re long gone under the table!!”“But wha’ mek ‘e a close bar an’ ‘e guvment a open gamblin’?” asked Cappo. “Gamblin’ mo bad!”“Really?” asked Satiricus. “Why you think so?”“In New Yark, dem open wan casino whe all dem Guyanese live in Queens,” Cappo reported. “Yuh nah wan’ fuh know wha’ happen!”“Tell abee, na,” said Bungi, who sounded all proud and proprietary about his old cane-cutting partner.“All dem Guyanese bais who use fuh drink pan Liberty Avenue now a get free drink a de casino,” said Cappo.“That sounds good,” said Satiricus.“But now dem cyan drink AN’ gamble!” reported Cappo. “An’ den tu’n mo’ bruks dan Begga’ Man Polo!!”“But we had a casino already running in Guyana, Cappo,” said Satiricus. “And that didn’t happen here.”“Like yuh fuget only las’ year me guh a New Yark,” said Cappo with a laugh. “Abee ardinary Guyanese cyaan go and gamble a da casino!”“But Cappo,” interjected Bungi, “if abee can drink and gamble all abee money, abee guh tu’n jus’ like New Yark!”“Suh who seh Rum Jhaat and ‘e guvment na wan fuh bring progress?” said Cappo, as even Satiricus laughed.last_img read more

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