Marrakech – The recommendations of the 20th meeting of Al-Quds Committee, held on January 17-18 in Marrakech, under the chairmanship of King Mohammed VI, call upon the international community to save the holy city and stop the Israeli occupation policies aimed at changing its legal status, said on Saturday Foreign Minister, Salaheddine Mezouar. These recommendations are a “clear and frank” message to the international community to work towards the preservation of the civilizational, cultural, and human heritage of Al-Quds, he added in a statement to the press following a meeting with Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Iyad Madani.“The Marrakech meeting reflects the commitment to put the issue of Al-Quds at the heart of our future agenda,” he said, noting that there will be no solution to the Israeli-Palestinian without preserving the legal status of the Holy City.The meeting highlighted the efficiency of the vision of the King to strengthen the diplomatic and political action to preserve the identity of Al-Quds and its cultural heritage, Mezouar noted, adding that the meeting has strengthened the role of Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency in carrying out effective development programs benefitting the population of the city.
Joe Paterno Statue — a statue of legendary coach Joe Paterno in front of Penn State’s Beaver Stadium — may be the next casualty in the nasty ongoing fallout of the child sex abuse scandal.The decision whether to remove or move Joe Paterno statue is expected to be made by the school president Rodney Erickson within the next three days, a source familiar with Erickson’s plans told ESPN’s “Outside the Lines.”Much of the consternation on what to do about the statue stems from how the NCAA will perceive the actions. The school is fearful of the governing body leveling the “death penalty” on the football program.Trustees said on the show that the board had a spirited discussion about the statue in a conference call Thursday night — the same call in which the resignation of former board chairman Steve Garban was discussed. But the decision is not theirs, they said.Various tweets Friday morning said the board had voted and/or made a decision about the statue and that it would be removed this weekend. If the board had taken a vote during the call, it would have violated state law, which prohibits votes from being taken outside of declared board meetings.The trustees who spoke Friday morning said board members did discuss possibilities for the statue, including moving it from the stadium area, perhaps to the library on campus that bears the Paterno name or the Penn State All Sports Museum near the stadium. Board spokesman David LaTorre declined to comment Friday morning.The trustees have been concerned this week that the NCAA will hand down an extreme punishment, possibly the death penalty for its football program for its “loss of institutional control” during the Sandusky years. Dealing with the statue issue, and the resignation of Garban, has been needed to show the public the board was serious about “moving forward,” one trustee said.“It’s a highly sensitive decision,” another trustee said Friday. “The decision is a symbolic one. We have to be very careful about what kind of message we send.”
Several of the plans have already triggered protests. Councils in north-west London have objected to plans which could see the number of major hospitals cut from nine to five. Across Dorset, hospital beds will be cut from 1,810 to 1,570 with the centralisation of A&E services at Royal Bournemouth Hospital, under proposals. In Leicestershire and Rutland, the plan is to cut the number of hospitals from three to two, and cut acute hospital beds from 1,940 to 1,697. And plans for south-west London aim to achieve a 44 per cent reduction in inpatient bed days, with a 13 per cent dropped in planned operations.Derbyshire plans to slash 400 acute hospital beds, while 200 beds are earmarked for closure at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. Simon Stevens recently told MPs that hospitals were not being “feckless” but under heavy pressureCredit:PA Axing hundreds of beds was “simply not credible given the state of our acute hospitals this winter, which is likely to be similar next winter.”In the weeks running up to Christmas, more than a dozen hospitals across Englan were running at 100 per cent capacity, with latest figures showing average occupancy is still over 95 per cent.Last week a coroner wrote to the head of the NHS, after a woman died from a brain haemorrhage after at least three hospitals refused to admit her for surgery because they had no intensive care beds.Mr Ham said the NHS needed to embark on “difficult conversations with the public” about how changes should be achieved. It came as new figures showed NHS trusts racked up a deficit of nearly £900m in the first nine months of the 2016/17 financial year.Even that was only achieved because of a £1.8bn fund put aside to help hospitals tackle their financial problems, leaving an underlying deficit of close to £3bn, experts said.On Monday a report revealed that the NHS has seen the loss of 15,000 beds in just six years, with around one in ten closed. And he urged politicians to support changes as long as there was a clear evidence base for them.A failure to do could leave patients to suffer at the hands of poor services, he said.”If you’re not willing to do go through that process and support plans of this kind, essentially you are colluding as politicians in the continuation of unsafe services,” he said.Draft plans have been submitted from 44 areas of the country, and are now being considered by health service officials.Major changes to services – such as the loss of an Accident & Emergency unit or maternity ward will require public consultation. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Too many hospital services are “unsafe” and politicians must not “collude” to keep them open because they fear controversy over closures, a leading think tank has said.NHS authorities are drawing up radical plans to reorganise services in a bid to save £22bn and cope with rising demand from an ageing population.Draft plans suggest this could result in the closure of 24 Accident & Emergency departments, with swingeing bed cuts.The King’s Fund today urged politicians to back radical changes as “the best hope” of achieving essential reforms. But it also urged NHS leaders to rewrite many of the proposals – saying it was “simply not credible” to scale back bed numbers when wards have been stretched to the limit this winter. In other areas, services will be centralised or merged, such as in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough where orthopaedics, stroke, maternity and paediatrics could be centralised.The think tank said the plans were “an opportunity to move care closer to home and moderate demand for hospital services.”But it said improvements would not be made unless investment was made first in services in the community.Chris Ham, chief executive of the think tank, said many hospitals were at “the limits” of their capacity.”We do not think now is the time to start cutting back on acute hospital beds and capacity, anything like on the scale set out in some of the plans,” he said.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Police officers killed in the line of duty should be eligible for the Elizabeth Cross, senior officers have said.The Police Superintendents’ Association (PSA) is calling for the change in a bid to heal the relationship between the Government and the police and “bring value back to the service.”It comes just less than a month after the death of Pc Andrew Harper, who was killed while responding to reports of a burglary in Berkshire.Chief Superintendent Paul Griffiths, president of the PSA, is expected to ask Priti Patel, the Home Secretary to consider the change and to try to influence the decision.The Elizabeth Cross is one of the highest honours for military personnel killed in action and is awarded to victims’ next of kin. He wants the government to face up to “the human cost” of the cuts and will say: “The cost of running the service has been shifting from the organisation to the individual and this is not acceptable or fair.”Referring to officer safety, Mr Griffiths will warn that officers are “suffering as victims of their own dedication”.”These are the people we need to support and we owe them the promise of a commitment to change, support and value,” he will add.Officer numbers at the rank of superintendent have been cut by 25 per cent since 2010, according to the PSA, making it the worst affected rank across the police force.Three-quarters of members said they had experienced an increased workload in the last 12 months, with the average superintendent working 53 hours a week – 50 per cent more than the UK average.Mr Griffiths will call upon the Home Secretary to increase the number of superintendents as part of the plan to boost police numbers by 20,000. The commemorative emblem was created in 2009 to recognise the challenges that service personnel face on operations and from terrorism, and the particular burden this places on their families. It can be awarded in memory of personnel who have died since the Second World War.The subject is on the agenda at the PSA’s annual conference in Stratford-Upon-Avon which begins on Monday.Mr Griffiths will open the event with a plea to Ms Patel to “heal” the relationship between the government and the police after years of spending cuts. PC Andrew HarperCredit:PA
Most consumers who want to own Apple devices only think about an iPhone, iPod, iPad, MacBook, or iMac. But there is another Apple product that’s aimed at the professional or power home user: the Mac Pro. Prices start at a hefty $2,499, but in return your get a desktop machine with up to 12 cores and therefore a lot of performance.Unfortunately, Apple has neglected to update or promote the Mac Pro %displayPrice% at %seller% line for quite a while and they still rely on Intel’s Xeon processors. Now it seems even if you do want one, soon you won’t be able to across Europe.From March, Apple has announced it will no longer be offering the Mac Pro for sale across all countries within Europe. The reason is one of regulatory requirements. Apparently, Amendment 1 of regulation IEC 60950-1, Second Edition comes into effect on March 1 and the Mac Pro power supply and wiring does not come up to spec. So rather than updating the internals of the machine, which Apple clearly doesn’t want to do, it will instead stop offering it for sale.If you want a Mac Pro you will have to be quick. The existing stock will likely be sold until February 28, but after that Apple probably won’t be allowed to sell any that are left and will end up recycling them rather than shipping them back to the US. Who knows, we may even see a sale of the hardware to clear it nearer the end of the month.Apple’s failure to update the Mac Pro demonstrates the changing marketplace for consumers. People want Apple laptops or super thin all-in-one desktops like the new iMac. The market for performance desktops and servers, with Apple’s name on at least, has all but disappeared as far as the company are concerned.via 9to5Mac
What kind of weather is headed our way this weekend? Check out our local weather coverage.Here are some of the top stories of the week:Condominium development in works at old rock quarryNew condominiums are in the works at an old rock quarry, part of a massive redevelopment underway on a site north of state Highway 14 in east Vancouver.The seven-story condo, called the Ledges at Columbia Palisades, includes between 72 and 90 residential units and 201 parking spaces. It’s being built by Kirkland Development and Otak, a Portland architecture firm.Kirkland and Otak submitted a pre-application conference request to the city of Vancouver on June 27.Ledges at Columbia Palisades at east Vancouver site north of Highway 14Motorcyclist injured Monday in Battle Ground crash diesA motorcyclist involved in a crash Monday morning in Battle Ground has died from his injuries, according to the Battle Ground Police Department.John A. Christianson, 58, of Ridgefield was being treated at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver. He was taken off life support Wednesday afternoon, and “his desire was fulfilled to help others through organ donation,” Christianson’s family said in an email Thursday.
Real Madrid Coach Santiago Solari has given his verdict on the Roma clash and further explained Isco’s shock absence from the starting XI.Solari ensured Madrid returned to winning ways after the weekend loss by sealing qualification to the next round of the competition with a 2-0 win at the Stadio Olimpico.“Dropping Isco was a specific decision for a specific moment. Coaches are in place to make decisions and that’s it,” he told Football Italia.“Decisions are almost always sporting, except in exceptional cases, although there are none of those here.“Starters and substitutes are fictitious problems that don’t exist. The players are here to give everything and be at 100 percent so they can be picked.”Roma dominated the first half and wasted numerous scoring opportunities, but then gifted Gareth Bale the opener with an awful Federico Fazio back-pass.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“I would say that I preferred the seriousness in our play to the goals we scored. We worked hard and you almost always have to win by playing like we did.“Games are 90 minutes long for a reason. Sometimes you have to be patient and we were tonight. Everyone showed a sense of responsibility.“Playing Marco Llorente was a decision I made and I’m here to make decisions. Sometimes we make the right ones, sometimes we don’t, but it’s easy to say that after the game.“I’m very happy with how he played. He’s very disciplined and he works very well. He’s a young man now and not a kid anymore. We’re all very happy for him.“Lucas Vazquez’s performance was no surprise. He’s a hard-worker on the wings and tonight he scored. He did a spectacular job defensively.”
Independent theaters in Portland and Vancouver will offer screenings of “The Interview,” rated R.Cinetopia will be showing the movie on Christmas Day at its three theater locations. Mill Plain 8, 11700 S.E. Seventh St., will be screening the film at 4 and 10:30 p.m., with more showtimes Friday through Sunday. Call 360-213-2800 or visit www.cinetopia.com for advanced tickets and showtimes.Vancouver Mall 23, 8700 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive, will also show the film in its large format auditorium. Call 360-448-4100 for showtimes. Progress Ridge 14, 12345 S.E. Horizon Blvd., Beaverton, Ore., will show the movie at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m., with showtimes through Jan. 1.Living Room Theaters, 341 S.W. 10th Ave., and the Hollywood Theater, 4122 N.E. Sandy Blvd., in Portland will also show the movie on Christmas Day, with showtimes through Tuesday. The Hollywood Theater will also show the film Jan. 1.— Ashley SwansonNEW YORK — “The Interview” was put back into theaters Tuesday when Sony Pictures Entertainment announced a limited Christmas Day theatrical release for the comedy that provoked an international incident with North Korea and outrage over its cancelled release. Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton said that Seth Rogen’s North Korea farce “will be in a number of theaters” beginning Thursday. He said Sony also is continuing its efforts to release the film on more platforms and in more theaters.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An audacious, nearly 7,000-mile-long trip across the Pacific Ocean came to an end Saturday as two accomplished pilots safely touched down in the water just off the coast of Mexico in their helium-filled balloon after shattering two long-standing records.Troy Bradley of Albuquerque and Leonid Tiukhtyaev of Russia landed 4 miles offshore in Baja California about 300 miles north of the popular beach destination of Cabo San Lucas. Initial plans called for a landing on the beach, but the pilots decided to come in low and drop trailing ropes into the ocean to help slow the balloon for a controlled water landing. Mission control in Albuquerque was packed with supporters of the Two Eagles team as the balloon descended, with all eyes focused on a giant screen showing a map of the coast and the balloon’s location. It wasn’t until the crowd received word that the pilots were safe and aboard a fishing boat headed to the shore that cheers erupted and the cork was popped on a bottle of champagne.“I can say on behalf of the entire mission control center, that we are all very excited and relieved,” mission control director Steve Shope said.
CORAL SPRINGS, FLA. (WSVN) – Tap water in Coral Springs is now safe to drink.A boil water advisory was issued after a water main break, Wednesday.On Thursday, water samples came back clean, so the advisory has been lifted.The water main has been fully repaired.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Through late September, crews will be building the bike path, replacing pipes, and rebuilding a section between Bridge Access Road and Kenai Spur Highway. According to McCarthy, the project will wrap up for the winter in mid-October, but there will be about three months of work in the Summer of 2020. No through traffic will be allowed but local access will be maintained, according to the Department of Transportation. The Alaska Department of Transportation, in cooperation with QAP, is resurfacing Beaver Loop Road, from Bridge Access Road to Kenai Spur Highway, and construct turn lanes, as well as a separated pedestrian pathway. Project work will include installing grading, drainage improvements, illumination, guardrail, signing, and striping. From Monday, September 16 through Friday, September 27, Beaver Loop Road will be CLOSED from Bridge Access Road to Barabara Drive. There will be posted detours. Shannon McCarthy with the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities: “The contractor QAP, they’re going to working as many daylight hours as possible, so probably fourteen hour days. They are going to have to do a huge digout a thousand feet long, about six feet deep. And there’s also replacing three large multi-plate pipes. One is for fish passage and the other two are for drainage. So, it does take a lot of time and it does require them to essentially dig out the whole road.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Drivers should expect road closures along Beaver Loop Road between Bridge Access Road and Barbara Drive starting Monday.
In addition to acquiring the platform, Condé will also inherit Poetic’s leadership and team of engineers, which include co-founder and chief executive officer Anna Maybank (formerly of Bethnal Green Ventures) and co-founder, chief technology officer Blaine Cook (founding engineer of Twitter) and co-founder and chief product officer James Weiner (formerly of the UK’s Government Digital Service). Condé Nast has acquired Poetica, a London-based editorial tech company. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Condé Nast will integrate Poetica into its proprietary CMS, copilot. The tech allows for real-time, collaborative content management on any device, including smartphones and tablets. Fred Santarpia, EVP and chief digital officer at Condé Nast, says the deal helps them to continue their mission to build “the best possible editorial platform.” And a company spokesperson tells min that the decision to buy was “the right solution for us at this point.” The spokesperson also indicates that the tech integration will begin shortly and will include training measures, but everyone will get up to speed quickly since Poetic will be added on top of copilot. Building out a robust, proprietary CMS has been a growing trend around publishing over the past few years, with companies like Forbes and Say Media taking it a step further buy monetizing their platforms outside their own companies. But for now, it seems Condé is building up copilot to serve its own needs.
Tags The Impossible Burger gets a beefy upgrade at CES 2019 26 Photos 4:46 These are the weirdest products of CES 2019 Share your voice CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show.CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. The steak tartare that beat me. Joan E. Solsman/CNET I have a pretty strong stomach. Roller coasters are my jam. Virtual reality never makes me queasy. No technology at CES had ever made me nauseous — until I ate fake beef tartare made from the latest version of Impossible Burger.A scoop of tartare — mixed through with finely diced onions, mustard and capers — glistened on a poker-chip-size slice of chewy rye bread. It was expertly prepared by Mike Minor, the mustachioed executive chef of Border Grill in Las Vegas. As he folded the ingredients into the ruddy pink ground beef with two spoons, I asked him what difference he notices between this fake tartare and the kind that comes from cows. He struggled to come up with something while he mixed. It doesn’t have the same “iron-y” flavor as real raw beef, he conceded. Less “iron-y” flavor sounded like a perk to me.”Here,” he said, as he handed me the first sample from his latest batch. “Be my taste tester. Does it need anything? Salt?”I stalled as I chewed. Think! Say something about saltiness. My stomach started objecting to what was going on in my mouth. “I haven’t had beef in more than a decade,” I said through my mouthful, hoping the disclaimer might mask my growing revulsion. “It’s kind of grossing me out.”Border Grill’s executive chef, Mike Minor, crafts tartare from Impossible Foods’ new plant-based meat. Joan E. Solsman/CNET Impossible Foods, the maker of the so-called “bleeding” plant-based Impossible Burger, unveiled a new version of the “beef” product Monday at CES 2019. It’s the company’s first product update since the launch of the original burger in 2016. It’s also the next step in the company’s mission to make fake meat taste so good that we eliminate animals as a “food production technology” by 2035.According to Impossible Foods, this marks the first time CES has ever exhibited food as a technology.To the company’s credit, every other preparation of the latest Impossible Burger was delicious. The very best was the actual burger — with the soft bun, tangy sauce, zesty crunch of barely-there raw onion and refreshing crisp of lettuce and tomato. Combined with the juicy, chewy patty, it tasted amazing because it tasted like a real burger. Take note: This relish comes from someone who looked under the bun of her Happy Meal hamburger as a grade schooler and — after close inspection of the grayish, pockmarked meat — swore off burgers forever. I didn’t totally stick to that vow. I ate a burger from Manhattan’s Corner Bistro sometime around 2005, figuring after more than a decade without burgers I should give them another try. It didn’t stick.My darling, my veggie burgerMost people give up meat for health reasons, out of ethical concern for animals or to lessen their personal contribution to our collective environmental doom. To me, those are all great bonus features of vegetarianism but, really, I gave up meat for the best of all possible reasons. I fell in love. When I met my now-husband, he had been a vegetarian for several years already. One of the most amiable people I’ve ever met, Nick never flinched when I ate meat in front of him. He didn’t guilt me when I devoured chicken burritos as big as my head. But I started to feel bad when it came time to kiss goodnight after I’d wolfed down a plate of coq au vin on a date with him. He shouldn’t be forced to kiss my revolting meat-juicy mouth. I needed to dump one of them. I loved Nick more. Being vegetarian for so long means I’ve discovered veggie burgers that I’ll eat with glee. Northstar Cafe’s beet-and-black-bean burger in my childhood hometown of Columbus, Ohio, is such a favorite that Nick and I copied the recipe to make it at home. (It’s never as good as the real thing.)But even the best veggie burgers aren’t burgers. They’re sandwiches with ingredients shaped into a patty. Calling them a “burger” works as a shorthand for how they’re prepared and served, but it’s hardly a descriptor for how they taste.The Beyond Burger was preferred by three out of four CNET’s very unofficial taste testers. (The fourth tester hated them all.) Joan E. Solsman/CNET Bleeding burgers, like Impossible’s and the Beyond Burger, are like delicious bombs of nostalgia in my mouth. They remind me of a food I forgot I could enjoy. Impossible Burger 2.0 is a major improvement on these. As my carnivorous colleague Dara Kerr put it, “If the current burger tastes like an OK Sizzler steak, then this new version is a well-massaged Kobe ribeye.”Doing ‘research’To prepare for tasting Burger 2.0, three of my CNET colleagues and I went to a Vegas vegan junk-food joint where they serve both the original Impossible Burger and the Beyond Burger. Both got lukewarm thumbs-up from two of my meat-eating colleagues.”I’ve been thinking long and hard about going vegetarian, mainly to take personal responsibility for climate change and whatnot. I eat a lot of meat. A lot a lot. Mainly because, uh… I love meat,” Mark Serrels, CNET’s Australia editorial director, said. “The Beyond burger was best, and the greatest compliment I can give it is this: If I stumbled across this burger at a family barbecue, I might eat it and think, ‘Hmmm, that was a mediocre burger, but it’s definitely a burger made of animal flesh,'” Serrels added. “That’s a compliment. I think.”But another of my colleagues, who was raised on a cattle farm and is picky about her meat, was so turned off by Impossible’s burger that she couldn’t finish eating it. Impossible is hoping its latest burger could sway people like her. The new product officially replaced the older version Tuesday. It’ll be available first in about a dozen high-end restaurants across the US and then roll out to all Impossible Foods partner restaurants in early February. The company plans to sell a raw version of the “ground beef” in grocery stores by the end of the year, at a price set to match USDA premium ground beef.I thought of her when my stomach turned at the thought of finishing my tartare. I meandered away from Minor, the tartare’s chef, to the other side of the patio so I could hide the rest of my sample under someone’s napkin. Maybe the best sign that Impossible Foods has cracked the code to realistic fake meat is that I couldn’t stand to take another bite. That’s also a compliment. 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Share Marjorie Kamys Cotera | Texas TribuneFormer Texas Governor Rick Perry.Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry was scheduled to meet Monday morning with President-elect Donald Trump.Trump aide Kellyanne Conaway told Fox News Monday that Perry is under consideration to lead the Departments of Defense and Energy. It is unclear how seriously Perry is under consideration for these posts.Perry, an Air Force veteran, was perhaps the most viscerally critical opponent of Trump’s over the course of the presidential campaign, at one point calling the real estate mogul a “cancer on conservatism.” But Perry was also at the vanguard of establishment consolidation around Trump, once it was clear he was the party’s nominee.Perry attended the Republican National Convention this summer and campaigned for Trump in the general election campaign.Patrick Svitek contributed to this report.
Kolkata: A day after slamming the Centre for highest unemployment rate in the country in 45 years, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday urged the youngsters to raise questions on growing joblessness. Banerjee also assured support to the youth on the occasion of the International Youth Day. “Today is International #YouthDay. In #Bangla, we celebrate Youth Day on January 12, Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary. I appeal to the youth, the students & the new generation: be strong and ask for answers. There is no answer to unemployment problems,” she tweeted on Monday. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataReferring to Central government data that put Bengal at the top of the states with highest GDP growth, Banerjee said unemployment in the state has dipped by 45 percent under her rule. “Our State #Bangla has brought down unemployment by 45%. The GDP growth of #Bangla is highest in the country. My support is always with the youth, students and the new generation. May you be inspired to reach new heights,” she said. As per the data, Bengal has registered a GDP growth rate of 12.58 percent in 2018-19 while unemployment rate was 6.1 percent during the period. Banerjee had written on Facebook on Sunday: “Our achievement is in sharp contrast to the state of deep recession and complete policy paralysis perpetrated by Central government leading to significant decline of overall growth rate of the country and highest unemployment in 45 years”.
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in Government, Origination, Servicing, Technology Lenders are lining up to take advantage of the LoanQuest mortgage origination solution offered by “”MortgageFlex Systems, Inc.””:http://www.mortgageflex.com/, the company announced.[IMAGE]The Jacksonville, Florida-based company touted its newly rewritten LoanQuest system, which is “”smarter and better than ever.””According to MortgageFlex, seven of its new customers are already live on the .NET version of LoanQuest, and several more are expected to be in full production mode soon. [COLUMN_BREAK]New customers range from mortgage bankers to community banks, Credit Union Service Organizations, national banks, credit unions, and state housing finance agencies.With such a wide range of users, MortgageFlex redesigned its service offerings and hosting options to compliment LoanQuest. Its dedicated hosting environment allows every client an exclusive instance of the application and a dedicated database, providing superior security.MortgageFlex’s list of clients includes “”Kennebunk Savings Bank””:http://www.kennebunksavings.com/, located in Maine. The bank recently went into live production mode.””The biggest advantages that we have found when using LoanQuest are the process efficiencies we’ve gained using the workflow functionalities for our back office, and the regulatory parameters that are set up to alert users that there is a potential violation,”” said Patricia Pratt, loan systems administrator for the bank.””Our customers are telling us that with the market coming back, they don’t have the time or resources to squander with inefficient process,”” said John McCrea, SVP of business development at MortgageFlex. “”They are aggressively seeking technology that can eliminate multiple platforms, make the lending process easier for consumers, and improve their internal business processes.”” New MortgageFlex Clients Go Live Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Service Providers 2012-10-25 Tory Barringer October 25, 2012 469 Views Share
Top Stories 0 Comments Share “That’s been happening too much to us.”The play Whisenhunt was referring to was a first and ten at the Cardinals’ 25-yard line following Greg Zeuerlein’s missed 35-yard field goal. Fitzgerald lined up to the left against Janoris Jenkins, and beat him cleanly off the line. The Rams brought a delayed blitz with eight defenders rushing the quarterback against eight Cardinal blockers, including tight ends Jeff King and Rob Housler and running back Beanie Wells. But King got beat on the right of the formation by Rocky McIntosh, who sacked Lindley for a one-yard loss. The Cardinals would punt two plays later.Despite the struggles in the passing game, Whisenhunt applauded Fitzgerald for remaining positive.“Larry’s been great, he works hard every day, he wants to be successful and it hurts him when he’s not,” he said. “We’re all frustrated, but it hasn’t affected Larry from the standpoint of how he’s dealt with his teammates and how he works in practice.” It looked as if Larry Fitzgerald would have a huge day against the St. Louis Rams Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.After all, Fitzgerald did catch three balls for 31 yards on Arizona’s 15-play, 91-yard scoring drive on their first possession.Unfortunately for Fitz, and for Fantasy Football owners everywhere, the numbers on the stat sheet wouldn’t change for the remainder of the game. Three catches, 31 yards. In the Cardinals’ last two games, Fitzgerald has just four catches for 42 yards, and the six-time Pro Bowler has just one 100-yard game this season. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Fitzgerald’s diminished production isn’t from a lack of trying to get him the ball. Sunday, Cardinals quarterback Ryan Lindley targeted Fitzgerald 12 times — but simply missed him on a number of occasions.“Two of those interceptions would’ve been big plays to Larry had we gone about it correctly, and that seems to be what’s happening,” Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday. “We missed those two times and we missed him on a couple of other things. But we’re going to continue to work to get opportunities to Larry.”Fitzgerald is tied for sixth in the NFL with 113 targets through 11 games. But his 55 catches rank tied for 15th in the league, so something is wrong.“It’s hard because you don’t know how much goes into trying to work to get these situations,” Whisenhunt said. “And when we do get them and they come up and you have it there, and we don’t execute on it…you’re frustrated you didn’t get it done.”And sometimes the effort to get the ball to No. 11 is derailed even before a throw occurs. “On one sack, we had Larry running wide open down the field and we made a mistake in the line and Ryan had to slide to his left and actually ended up taking a sack on first and ten,” Whisenhunt explained. “You look at that play and it’s something you work to set up and Larry’s behind everybody and that’s where Ryan’s going to go with it, but we have a breakdown.
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2. Bala LakeWhilst not technically on the coast, the shores of this lake are still stunning. The small town of Bala, after which the lake is named, makes a great pit-stop for a cup of tea after a day roaming around the Welsh countryside. 4. Dyfi EstuaryForming the frontier between the counties of Gwynedd and Ceredigion, the Dyfi (or Dovey) Estuary leads to the Dyfi River and out to the Irish Sea. 9. Llansteffan CastleOfficially ‘the church of Stephen’ this twelfth century castle sits on the craggy cliffs above the Tywi Estuary. 3. Porth CwyfanThis tiny tidal island off the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey is a favourite with landscape photographers. Perched on this picturesque patch is St. Cwyfan’s church, dating back to the thirteenth century. 7. Point LynasSituated on the rocks of the north coast of Anglesey, Point Lynas Lighthouse is still fully operational and a great place to spot porpoises and dolphins swimming offshore. 6. PortmeirionIt took Sir Clough Williams-Ellis 50 years to design and build this Italian Riviera style town on the shore of north Wales, before it hit the small screen as the filming location for 1960s TV show The Prisoner. See more stunning spots in the UK and around the world:10 magical places in the UK Top 5 scenic road trips in Ireland 10 of the world’s most beautiful places – in pictures 10 best beautiful secret beaches in Europe 7 of the world’s most extraordinary natural phenomena – in picturesSkyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 8. Mumbles LighthouseAnother lighthouse on the list, this one was built in 1794 and is located near Swansea on the rocky outcrop at Mumbles Head. 10. Traeth MawrWelsh for ‘big sands’, Traeth Mawr is an area of land that was reclaimed from the sea more than one hundred years ago. Today, it’s a great spot for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Many of Britain’s most beautiful beaches are showcased along the stunning Welsh shoreline, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it!Making St. David proud this feast day, March 1st, here are ten of the most breathtaking coastal spots in charming Cymru:Find hotels in Wales1. SkomerJust off the coast of Pembrokeshire in southwestern Wales, Skomer Island sits pretty, with prehistoric houses, supernatural stone circles and the largest Atlantic puffin colony in Britain. 5. PenbwchdyOn the coast of Pembrokeshire in west Wales, Penbwchdy is a small place with big views, like these dramatic headlands. RelatedReaders’ tips: 10 more of Britain’s best beachesYou shared your beaches in Blighty with us, from Bognor to Barafundle, but did your favourite spot make the cut?10 stunning beaches in Wales that will make you think you’re in the CaribbeanLooking for a bank holiday break, or even a summer holiday that doesn’t cost a fortune or involve a long flight? Well Wales has all the right ingredients, including some pretty stunning beaches. Whether you’re in search of a quiet beach for a fun family break, or an isolated cove…10 of the best beaches in the UKDo you love to be beside the seaside, but not got the pennies to jet off to the Maldives or some other exotic sandy shore? From pebble beaches and soaring white cliffs, to swathes of golden sands that look like something straight from the Med, here are 10 of the…