“I have played against Ronaldo, who is fast, but not that fast. Of course, he is so skillful but sometimes that is easier than being up against someone with such incredible pace.” Traore has scored five times this term and was a starring performer when Wolves overcame a two-goal deficit to beat Manchester City last month. He has attracted interest from several top clubs, although Wolves’ season could yet result in a second straight year of European football giving the winger incentives to stay. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side take on Espanyol, who are bottom of La Liga, in the Europa League Round of 32 next month. read also: Man City preparing offer for Wolves’ forward They are yet to be active in January but have been linked with Chelsea youngster Tariq Lamptey who is out of contract this summer. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… The Magpies battled to a 1-1 draw at Molineux but Willems was still left in awe at the sheer presence of the Spaniard who has caused problems for a host of teams this season. The Dutchman has come up against Ronaldo previously in his career but cited Traore’s pace as a point of difference which he found hard to deal with. “I have played against some very good players in my career, but no one quite as fast as Traore,’ Willems said in the Northern Echo. “He is unbelievable, definitely a beast. Not only is he incredibly fast, but he is also so, so strong as well. “He’s known as the fastest man in football and now I know that is true. I like to think I am quite fast too – at least I did before playing against him! That was something else.Advertisement Adama Traore has been a star for Wolves this season with his pace and physicality causing problems galore for defences with Newcastle’s Jetro Willems hailing him as tougher to mark than Cristiano Ronaldo. Promoted Content10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them17 Astonishingly Beautiful Cave Churches6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
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Data gathered on a brief home walk-throughAssessors take a walk-through of about an hour to collect data about the house, and then turn to the Home Energy Scoring Tool developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in order to produce the numerical score and suggestions for improvements.DOE says that the scoring tool takes into account “fixed attributes” of a house — walls, windows, heating and cooling equipment — and makes assumptions about occupant behavior. Appliances, lighting, and home electronics aren’t included. Recommendations and energy savings are based on national averages for specific improvements as well as average state utility rates.Assessors collect some 40 pieces of information, but the inspection isn’t as thorough as a full-blown energy audit that would include the use of diagnostics such as a blower-door test and a better accounting of occupant behavior. But the department said that homeowners might be encouraged to follow up with a whole-house assessment later.DOE cautions that there’s often more to it than a simple number. A home in New England with a high score (meaning high energy efficiency) may use more energy than one in southern California simply because of differences in climate. Occupants who keep summer thermostat temperatures low and never bother to turn off lights or electronics may use a lot of energy despite a high score.Energy scores can be compared for houses in different parts of the country, but not to compare projected energy bills. The software takes into account the typical range of energy consumption in the region where you live, according to DOE. Connecticut residents are being introduced to a new tool for gauging the energy efficiency of houses they own or may want to buy.The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) said that Connecticut becomes the first state in the country to adopt the Home Energy Score program statewide.Houses are rated on a scale of 1 to 10 for energy efficiency in a labeling program that’s designed to give buyers more information about houses before they buy. Homeowners benefit as well. The free inspections give them suggestions for making their homes more efficient.DOE said that the program, called EnergizeCT Home Energy Solutions, provides a label similar to a miles-per-gallon rating for new cars that could be included in real estate listings so buyers will get a good idea of the true cost of owning the property.Connecticut hopes to score between 12,000 and 14,000 homes per year, part of a statewide effort to weatherize 80 percent of all homes in the state by 2030. DOE said Colorado and Vermont also have signed on, with Alabama, Arkansas, and New Hampshire expected to do so in the near future.Money to run the program in Connecticut comes from Energize Connecticut, an agency that pays for energy efficiency efforts for commercial and residential customers, underwritten with a surcharge on energy bills.
The Lok Janshakti Party, a key constituent of the NDA, is likely to go it alone in the Jharkhand Assembly election as the BJP is yet to respond to its demand for six seats. The LJP may contest in 37 seats.The LJP made public its dissatisfaction on a day when the BJP lost its oldest ally, the Shiv Sena.“Yes, I wanted to contest in Jharkhand with the BJP. It has been over five weeks that I wrote letters to BJP president Amit Shah, working president J.P. Nadda and Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, listing the six seats we want to contest. These six seats were the ones where the BJP had performed badly in the previous elections,” Chirag Paswan, the newly appointed president of the LJP, told The Hindu. Mr. Paswan said he was willing to compromise and his party would have been ready to bring the number down to 2 to 3. The LJP acted after the BJP released its first list of 52 candidates on Sunday. Among these 52 seats are those demanded by the LJP, including Jarmundi, Panki and Latehar. In the 2014 Assembly election, the BJP had given the LJP a token seat, Sikaripara, where it did not even have a candidate. Finally, a BJP candidate fought on the LJP symbol.‘Inconsequential seats’“I got an indication from the BJP that this time they want to repeat what they did in 2014. They want to give us a few inconsequential seats where we have no presence or even candidate. This time, the LJP is not ready for this kind of treatment,” Mr. Paswan said. The party’s State unit was also eager to go it alone, he said. The LJP has not spoken to the BJP after it released the first list. On Saturday, Mr. Paswan met Om Mathur, the BJP’s in-charge for Jharkhand, but did not get any assurance. “This happens too often. In an alliance, it is necessary for them to give the allies clarity. I have repeatedly told this to the BJP. If you delay your decision, it affects the performance of the alliance too. They are meting out a similar treatment to the All Jharkhand Students Union Party (AJSUP),” Mr. Paswan said. The seat-sharing arrangement between the AJSUP and the BJP has not been announced yet.Mr. Paswan lauded the Shiv Sena for walking out of its alliance with the BJP. “The Shiv Sena stood by whatever it said right from day one… It has the right to exit the NDA for its future,” he said.
In addition to the games, Touch Football Australia launched its AusSquad program and the Australian Men’s and Women’s Open squads played against the Alliance in their first ever encounter. In the 18’s Boys division, the quarter finals were played on Friday afternoon, with the four winners progressing through to the semi finals. In the first qualifying final, New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges (NSWCCC) defeated the Western Tigers, 11-3, while the North Queensland Tropical Cyclones were 6-5 winners over the Sydney Scorpions in the second qualifying final. In the third qualifying final, Queensland Secondary Schools Touch (QSST) was two touchdown winners over the Central Queensland Bulls, winning 8-6. In the fourth qualifying final, New South Wales Combined High Schools (NSWCHS) was too good for the South Queensland Sharks, winning 13-5. In the 18’s Boys semi finals, NSWCCC will meet North Queensland in the first semi final, while QSST will play NSWCHS in the second semi final. The Scorpions and the Sharks will playoff for fifth and sixth places, while the Bulls and the Tigers will playoff for seventh and eighth places.In the 18’s Girls semi finals, QSST will meet NSWCCC, while NSWCHS will play the Brisbane City Cobras, with the winners of the two games to meet in the final at 2.05pm. To view all the results from day three of the 2010 X-Blades National Youth Championships, please click on the following link:http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=14-742-0-0-0&a=COMPS
Chief Justice, Hon. Zaila McCalla, is calling on members of the legal profession to play a greater role in educating the wider public about sentencing guidelines.She noted that there were legislative provisions that allow for reduced sentences for persons who plead guilty. “You cannot for example, if an accused pleads guilty to manslaughter, after a charge of murder, you cannot sentence the accused based on murder because it is a provision of our law,” she said, explaining that “provocation” reduces murder to manslaughter, adding that “these are all legal principles.”The Plea Negotiations and Agreement Act, gives accused persons the opportunity to offer a guilty plea in exchange for a lighter sentence.Mrs Justice McCalla was speaking at a special sitting of the Court of Appeal that was held in her honour at Public Building West, downtown Kingston on January 26.The Chief Justice added that she was depending on members of the Bar and the media to educate the Jamaica citizenry, so they can understand and will not be “traumatised” by what they read in the papers at times.Meanwhile, Mrs. Justice McCalla commended members of the profession who are committed and dedicated to their work and the mission of the court.During the special sitting, members of the Judiciary bade farewell to the outgoing Chief Justice.Chief Justice McCalla, has served the Judiciary in Jamaica with distinction for over 40 years. The sitting was used to show appreciation for the stellar work and legacy she leaves behind. She is expected to demit office on January 31.