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first_imgTell me,My heart is so openMy love is so real for youMy feelings are so strongEspecially when I am aloneBut no, I cannot be aloneBecause your presence never leaves meFor though you may not be around me in personYou are always here with me.Tell me…Say it…I am listening…Tell me.My heart is like a fertile groundMy love is rich in many colors for youMy feelings are like the rush of a waterfallCreating visions of the rainbow.Yes, the presence of loveWill never fade from the heart of the one who loves.Tell me,How much do you love me?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Lyon plot mome straight revival

first_img Tags: French League Onetop Lyon (white) lost 1-0 at Nice last weekend (Agency Photo)Olympique Lyon players are to enjoy the benefit of a day’s extra rest ahead of next week’s Champions League rubber with Barcelona.This is because the French Football Federation (FFF) has brought forward their Ligue One clash with Guingamp to Friday night.Bruno Genesio’s all whites currently occupy the third and final Champions League position available to French top flight sides but they are blighted by a Jekyll and Hyde DNA that saw them follow up a monumental 2-1 victory over leaders Paris Saint Germain with a 0-1 setback at Nice.Summer signing Moussa Dembele was unplayable against PSG but made a disappearing act at Nice. Genesio will demand consistency from Dembele and another precocious talent, Nabil Fekir, who often fails to punch his full weight.Basement club Guingamp’s main attacking threat will be Marcus Thuram, a son to Les Bleus World Cup winning defender Lillian Thuram.Focus on Saturday switches to the Stade Velodrome where Rudi Garcia’s troubled Olympique Marseille welcome relegation threatened Amiens.Ligue One’s only European champions have gathered a good head of steam courtesy of January recruit Mario Balotelli’s three goals and start as strong favourites to follow up last week’s victory 2-1 at Dijon.Another fascinating match up takes place in Monaco where Leonardo Jardim’s troubled eight-time former champions face Vahid Halilhovic’s Nantes.2017 titlists Monaco are building momentum courtesy of an injection of an X-Factor from January arrivals Cesc Fabregas and Gelson Martins, who has been involved in five goals since being recruited on loan from Atletico Madrid.Sunday’s pick of the matches sees second placed Lille Metropole confront fourth placed Montpellier.Attention is to be centred on Lille’s Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe and 19-year-old Portuguese centre forward Rafael Leao, whose six goals in seven games has seen the French media christen him ‘the Portuguese Mbappe’.Other absorbing duels include Girondin Bordeaux’s home tie with Toulouse, Reims versus Rennes in the champagne country and Paris Saint Germain’s trip to Saint Etienne.Two games – PSG v Montpellier and Bordeaux v Guingamp – have been scheduled for next Wednesday.FRIDAY:Olympique Lyon v GuingampSATURDAY:Olympique Marseille v AmiensAngers v NiceMonaco v Nantes,Nimes v DijonSUNDAY:Girondin Bordeaux v ToulouseSaint Etienne v Paris SGCaen v StrasbourgLille Metropole v MontpellierReims v Stade RennaisWEDNESDAY:Bordeaux v GuingampParis Saint Germain v MontpellierComments last_img read more

Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter competed in the District 5 Soils Judging Contest

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest On Thursday, September 26, members of the Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter competed in the District 5 Soils Judging Contest in Montgomery County at the Sycamore State Park.The Urban Soils team consisted of Rylee Puthoff, Emma Sutherly, Isaac Beal, Dustin Winner, and Ethan Paulus. The team placed 8 out of 24 teams. Rylee Puthoff was the highest placing individual from Miami East placing 9 out of 147 individuals.The Rural Soils team consisted of Samuel Sutherly, Ethan Fine, Keira Kirby, Jillian Niswonger, Katelynn Dill, Luke Brunke, and Keyara Davis. Samuel Sutherly was the high individual from Miami East placing 16 out 199 contestants.The contest consisted of evaluating three soils pit for slope, erosion, drainage, depth, and soil texture and structure. Also, the contestants took a written test and answered questions from the soil survey.Previously, the teams had competed at the Miami County Soils Career Development Event coordinated by the Miami Soil and Water Conservation District. Participants included on the Urban Team Emma Sutherly, Caleb Hostetter, Braden Zekas, Rylee Puthoff, Isaac Beal, and Trenton Maxson. On the Rural Team were Luke Brunke, Keira Kirby, Keyara Davis, Alivia Wade, Jillian Niswonger, Trevor Karnehm, Ethan Fine, and Samuel Sutherly.Photo caption for Miami East-MVCTC Urban Soils Team: (front row, L to R) Rylee Puthoff and Emma Sutherly (back row, L to R) Ethan Paulus, Dustin Winner, and Isaac Beal.Photo caption for Miami East-MVCTC Rural Soils Team: (front row, L to R) Katelynn Dill, Keyara Davis, Keira Kirby (back row, L to R) Ethan Fine, Jillian Niswonger, Samuel Sutherly, and Luke Brunkelast_img read more

BlackBerry Users Get an Official Twitter App

first_imgGuide to Performing Bulk Email Verification A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit sarah perez Related Posts The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videoscenter_img Tags:#mobile#twitter#web Beginning Tuesday night, BlackBerry maker RIM began rolling out its official “Twitter for BlackBerry” mobile application to users by way of the BlackBerry App World site, where it can be found under the “social networking” category.The app, which has been in beta since April, supports all the features one would expect from a mobile Twitter application, including access to timelines, replies, messages, trends and profiles. But it also includes several BlackBerry-specific options, including push notifications, hotkeys and integration with core BlackBerry apps.BlackBerry: Still Going StrongAlthough current news coverage may have you thinking otherwise, RIM’s BlackBerry line of smartphones is still popular, both among business users and consumers. The numbers for BlackBerry mobile Web usage, however, vary widely, with Quantcast reporting a 10%-plus share in North America (Mobile Web consumption, May, 2010),AdMob stating it’s 7% in North America (OS Share, May, 2010) and Percent Mobile claiming it’s a hefty 22% (Mobile Web consumption, May, 2010).For what it’s worth, though, the hard numbers based on units shipped saw RIM recently moving into the top-five vendor rankings for smartphones worldwide, ousting Motorola in the process – a change that proves there’s life in the ol’ BlackBerry platform yet. In fact, RIM was the only vendor in the top five with a singular focus on smartphones.Twitter for BlackBerry – the “Official Version” There were already several BlackBerry Twitter applications available, but none with the benefit of being dubbed the “official” app.But unlike the “Twitter for iPhone” app, the BlackBerry variation wasn’t released by the microblogging platform maker itself, but rather RIM (in an effort to remain relevant to the “app” obsessed?)The full list of features rival those found in any third-party creation and include the following:Push Notifications for Direct MessagesTimeline SupportFollowing and FollowersPosting, Sending, Deleting, Replying and Retweeting TweetsUser/Saved/Keyword/Proximity SearchTweet Photos/LinksTrending TopicsSeamless integration into core BlackBerry applicationsURL ShorteningAuto-UpdateQuote Tweets (editing retweets)Auto Complete for @ usernamesView Photos from Yfrog and TweetphotoView Geotagged TweetsPersonal Info GuardHotkeys for NavigationReport as SpamSupport for Dutch, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (European), Russian and Turkish languagesDespite its “social networking” capabilities, Twitter is an important tool for many business users who need to stay on top of breaking news and other relevant information, making it a good fit for BlackBerry and its push notification system.According to the AppWorld site, the app works on all devices from all carriers, in all countries except China. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro…last_img read more