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Grandmother delights Limerick

first_imgFacebook Advertisement THERE was a Mardi Gras atmosphere in Limerick City on Friday as the Royal de Luxe Giant Grandmother took to the streets. She began her journey at 10 am, greeting those who had patiently waited for her to wake up with the words, “Long live Limerick” before setting off to meet the thousands who lined the roads to greet her.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Cheers and gasps of wonder preceded the 25 foot-high Giant the 26 Lilliputians who help her to make the journey.Roars of laughter were prompted by her taking a widdle on O’Connell Street and people sat on the ground to hear her tell the story of the Vikings and Limerick. The key event in City of Culture 2014 brought crowds into the city to see her walk, sleep, tell stories through an interpreter and smile at her many fans.Up to 70,000 people are expected to turn out on Saturday and almost as many on Sunday to see the second leg of her journey and her departure by boat down the River Shannon.Most of the city centre was closed off for long periods today, but Gardai said the majority of people were very coperative and understanding. NewsBreaking newsGrandmother delights LimerickBy Bernie English – September 5, 2014 580 Print Emailcenter_img Previous articleExplosion during Granny’s visitNext articleBusiness blooming for Grandmother Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. WhatsApp Twitter Linkedinlast_img read more

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Geophysical Validation of SCIAMACHY NO2 Vertical Columns: Overview of Early 2004 Results.

first_imgFollowing the recommendations drawn after the Commissioning Phase of the ENVISAT satellite in 2002, SCIAMACHY near real time data processors were upgraded to version 5.01 in early 2004. Before public release of the new SCIAMACHY nitrogen dioxide (NO2) vertical column data product, several validation teams investigated its improvement and assessed its geophysical consistency by means of correlative studies involving NDSC-affiliated groundbased networks of DOAS UV-visible and FTIR spectrometers and the ERS-2 GOME satellite. In parallel, preliminary SCIAMACHY NO2 column data products generated by research processors under development at scientific institutes were also tested, using the same correlative data and validation procedures. Digesting the results obtained by a list of validation teams and SCIAMACHY data processing teams, this overview paper draws a preliminary quality assessment of the SCIAMACHY NO2 column data sets available in spring 2004.last_img read more

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McCoy, Emmajane 94 (nee Broadley) of Ocean City, NJ

first_imgMcCoy, Emmajane 94 (nee Broadley) of Ocean City, NJ passed away on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at the Shores at Wesley Manor.Mrs. McCoy was born in Ocean City, NJ and was a former resident of Beesley’s Point, NJ.She worked as a Librarian for Grandin Library in Clinton, NJ for 14 years before her retirement in 1974.Mrs. McCoy was a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Ocean City, NJ.Surviving are two sons, Ernest J. McCoy (Cherie) of Monroe Township, NJ, Timothy J. McCoy (Debi) of Lathrop, CA, three grandchildren, Ashley Dudley (Daniel) of Maryland, Austin and Aubrey McCoy of CA, and one great grandchild, Aria Dudley.A Graveside Funeral Service was offered Monday, December 12, 2016, morning at 10:30 am in Seaside Cemetery, 559 South Shore Road, Palermo, NJ.For condolences to the family, visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com.last_img read more

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Derek Boateng and Diego Aguirre unveiled at Rayo Vallecano

first_imgRayo Vallecano officially presented recent signings Derek Boateng and Diego Aguirre on Tuesday, with both players looking forward to playing attractive football with the club in La Liga.Rayo Vallecano president Raúl Martín Presa opened proceedings at the presentation press conference for two of his latest recruits, beginning with explaining why he is so pleased to have signed Ghanaian midfielder, Derek Boateng.“He’s a signing we tried to make last year, but circumstances didn’t permit it. He joins us to reinforce our defensive midfield position, given that we’ve lost Saúl. He’s a player with an abundance of international and La Liga experience. Hopefully this international and domestic experience will help us stay in the Primera, which is our objective. I’m very happy to have a player of his level and experience. I wish him all the best of fortune with us.”For his part, Boateng expressed his pleasure at how he’s been welcomed to the club, promising that he will offer the very best of himself for Rayo.“I’ve come here to give everything for this club, to give my best and I’m very happy with how I’ve been welcomed, both by the manager and my new team-mates. Being made to feel so welcome is very important to me and I’m very happy to be here.”Given that the club president had explained Boateng had almost signed for the club previously, the 31-year-old added that he’s been a keen follower of Rayo ever since. He also explained that he’s aware of what’s expected of him, from manager Paco Jémez. “I’ve been following the team because they were already interested in me last January, but circumstances prevented the move from happening then. I really like the way the team looks to be in control of the ball, so I’ll be happy at Rayo. I know what Paco expects of me and what I need to do. I’ll be expecting tough games, where we’ll have to fight and maintain ourselves at this level, whilst also looking to finish amongst the top ten.”Presenting the second of the two players at the presentation, the Rayo president expressed his enthusiasm that Diego Aguirre is a player with a lot of potential to offer the team, despite making a leap from Segunda B to the Primera.“He’s a player we followed closely all last season, despite him playing in Segunda B and he was one of the outstanding players at that level. We’re very confident in him, hopeful that he can demonstrate everything he has at Rayo and continue his progression. The very best of luck to him with us this season.”Aguirre couldn’t hide his pleasure at joining Rayo, believing it’s a superb opportunity he’s been offered by the club.“I’m really enthusiastic and keen to be here. To debut in the Primera is a great challenge for me, so nothing beats the enthusiasm I have right now.” Making a move from the third-tier of Spanish football to the top-flight, isn’t something that the 23-year-old fears, feeling it will help him realise his potential.“I’m not afraid of making the jump in levels, but I do respect it. I hope that I’ll steadily improve with my team-mates and I think we can do something important, with the fans behind us. I’ve joined a team that is putting a good group of players together, who are young and keen to work hard. I think that with patience and enthusiasm, we can achieve something important.Aguirre was also pleased with his welcome at the club and has already noted the effort that will be required of him, from manager Paco Jémez.“I’ve been well received, as another part of the team and I’m thankful for that. I’ve only been working with Paco for a few days, but he’s very demanding and he’ll get the best out of me.”As for the footballing style of Rayo, Aguirre believes it will suit his own way of playing and he’ll enjoy being a part of that, along with assuming whichever role the manager wants him to, keen to help the team the best way he can. “It’s good for me and I like bringing the ball forward from the back. This is a style of play I like, rather than hoofing the ball upfield and I think I’ll adapt very well. I’ve always played as a winger, but in the Segunda B I made my debut as a full-back. It doesn’t matter to me where play, as the most important thing to me is being there in the team. Wherever the manager wants me to be, is what’s best for the team.”last_img read more

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