December 15, 2005 Regular News Deputy chief judge of compensation claims applications sought Deputy chief judge of compensation claims applications sought The Statewide Nominating Commission for Judges of Compensation Claims is now accepting applications for the position of deputy chief judge of compensation claims.The commission will hold a public hearing January 20 at 9:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport, 9300 Airport Boulevard, Orlando 32827, for the purpose of interviewing prospective applicants for the position.Qualified applicants must submit one original completed application and one copy to Victor Marrero, Commission Chair, Director of Risk Management, Broward Sheriff’s Office, Ft. Lauderdale 33312, phone (954) 831-8358; fax (954) 321-4587, and one additional copy must be submitted to each commission member, no later than 5 p.m. January 13, 2006. Any applications received after the deadline date will be disqualified. Fax or e-mailed applications will not be accepted.A copy of the judicial application along with a listing of all SNCJCC members is posted on the DOAH Web site at www.jcc.state.fl.us/jcc and The Florida Bar’s Web site at floridabar.org.
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LNG World News Staff Image courtesy of RENREN-operated Sines LNG import terminal in Portugal has booked a cargo of the chilled fuel, shipping data by the Port of Sines shows.The 137,660-cbm LNG carrier Dukhan is delivering a cargo from the liquefied natural gas complex in Ras Laffan.The vessel is scheduled to deliver the load on July 6. the port data shows.Portugal’s only LNG import facility in Sines port has a nominal sendout capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per hour (5.26 bcm per year), with a peak capacity of 900,000 cubic meters per hour.Portugal mostly imports LNG from Nigeria, Algeria and Qatar.
The stunning blonde, 22, first sparked rumours about dating the 31-year-old striker after uploading two pictures of her posing next to his two dogs last month. And the model offered clues to her current whereabouts this week by posting pictures of the footballer’s beloved Golden Retrievers Atom and Humber interrupting her garden workout. She joked as she stroked the dog: “Thank you for stopping me from working out. I agree, it’s definitely time to eat.” Fans responded by urging her to look after Manchester United flop Alexis, who has been linked with an audacious move to West Ham following a disappointing loan at Inter Milan. She answered London-based model Morgan Shelly who wrote in South African slang on her Instagram: “Lekker man. Nice to see you’re hanging out with your family” by saying: “Thank you Morgan.” Alexis Sanchez fan Felipe Andres Gonzalez said: “Isn’t love beautiful!! You made Alexis happy. Stay with him.”Advertisement Neither Modler or Sanchez, 31, follow each other on social media, but the blonde beauty does follow the Instagram account of the Chilean’s canine companions. And she even uploaded a picture of herself inside the San Siro on September 14 to watch Inter take on Udinese – the match where Sanchez made his debut for the Serie A side. The two were first spotted together at a train station in Wilmslow in August before the ex-Arsenal ace left Manchester United, however her identity had remained a mystery. She went on to post a number of photos of her with Atom and Humber along with a snap she has just posted on her Instagram Stories showed her in bed with the two dogs. Alexis named Atom after one of the characters in 2011 American science-fiction sports film Real Steel and his other pooch after his brother. He told Arsenal.com when he was still at the London club: “Atom the robot is very old and apparently useless but when he starts fighting he beats the best robots in the world. read also:Sanchez reluctant to give up his galactic wages for Man Utd exit “I like the movie so much that I thought I would call my first dog Atom. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 South African model, Anna Modler, has confirmed she’s in lockdown with Alexis Sanchez. Loading… Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueA Hit Song By Lil Nas X Is Beating A World Record As We Speak!7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Highest Paid Football Players In The World9 Heroes Of Popular Memes Then And Now
The Reds drafted Nick Howard from the University of Virginia on ThursdayThe Cincinnati Reds added two new players to the organization on Thursday night.The Reds selected Nick Howard from the University of Virginia with the 19th overall pick in the draft. The 21-year-old pitcher throws 90-93 mph on occasion and has hit 98 mph during short relief.Howard is a 6’4” Junior that pitched and played utility infield in college. He is from Olney, Maryland.With the 29th overall pick in the draft the Reds chose a shortstop from Stanford University.Alex Bandino, 21, was rated the 52nd best prospect by MLB.com. He performed well in the Cape Cod League which may have led to a higher draft selection than anticipated.The Major League Baseball Draft resume Saturday.
Press Association Head coach Tim Sherwood made the headlines following the 4-0 defeat as he accused some of his players of lacking character and being too friendly on the pitch. And, while the boss was facing up to the media, the players were holding their own inquest. It is not the first time this season that Spurs have been on the receiving end of a rout against fellow Barclays Premier League top-four contenders, and Brazil international Sandro told how a frank exchange took place after their latest loss. “We spent more than two hours in a meeting amongst the players and we said what we had to say,” he said. “From now on, we know that we all have to listen when anyone says something. It was after the manager’s conference with the press. “We had a meeting with the players. Sometimes one player got a bit more stressed out and we tried to calm him down and talk in a nice way. We spent about two hours that way. Every player had their fair share to say, put it that way. We all spoke amongst ourselves. “For me, to be honest, it helped a lot because now I can go and tell another player, and another player can tell me. The manager likes it. Everyone can go for it now, and I think it will help. “I think that is positive from ourselves and we have to show in the next match that we can do much better. And we will prove that. I am sure we will show much more character in the next matches.” Sandro also admitted Sherwood had repeated his media comments to the players at Stamford Bridge. “He said the same thing to us as what he said to the press,” the 24-year-old said. Sandro has revealed Tottenham’s players were locked in a furious two-hour crisis meeting on the back of Saturday’s heavy defeat at Chelsea. “I know the manager is with us and we are with the manager. We need to show a bit more in next match to tell the manager that we care. We will do that. “Sometimes when you lose games in that way everyone gets cross and we all scream and shout. “Maybe some managers shout more than others. (Former manager Andre) Villas-Boas, for example, liked to pull you aside and have a nice chat to you to explain things. “But other managers are more vocal. As professional football players, we have to work with all managers and do our best for them and for us.” Tottenham now face another season-defining week as they welcome both Benfica and local rivals Arsenal to White Hart Lane. And Sandro is hopeful Sherwood’s comments and the honest debate among the players can lead to a positive on-field reaction in T hursday’s Europa League last-16 first-leg clash with the Portuguese league leaders. “After a match like this (against Chelsea) we were all upset with what happened on the pitch and I think we have to put in some more effort than we did,” he added. “The manager said we need to show more character. Maybe it is that. We have this big game against Benfica, where we can show that we are better than that.”
Pulis has until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charge. He confirmed he would look to speak to referees’ chief Mike Riley following the defeat which left Albion with just one home win in the Barclays Premier League this season. He said after the game: “We are disappointed with the penalty decisions. Everyone in the crowd would have said Fletcher’s was a penalty. “With Jonny Evans the referee is only two yards away and he gets pulled back. You have to do well to miss it. Why he has not given those two I don’t know. “I will speak to Mike Riley. At this level the referee should be getting those decisions correct. They say for the second goal the lad (Riyad Mahrez) is offside. We have a linesman over the far side who can see it clearly and can see it across the line. “Decisions which could have helped us didn’t go with us.” Tony Pulis has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association following West Brom’s defeat to Leicester. The head coach is alleged to “have used language and/or behaviour in or around the tunnel area after the fixture which amounts to improper conduct,” an FA statement said. West Brom lost the match 3-2. Pulis was angry with referee Anthony Taylor after the game and admitted he had confronted the official, before apologising, as he felt Albion should have been awarded two penalties for fouls on Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher. Press Association
New Delhi: La Liga side and five-time UEFA Europa League winners Sevilla have successfully qualified for the Europa League after defeating Czech football club Sigma Olomouc by 3-0 in the second leg of the qualifying fixture. Sevilla defeated the Czech side by 1-0 in the first leg that was played at Andruv Stadion. Sigma were daring with their effort but left open plenty of chances for the home side due to their offense-first approach and hence suffered the consequences of playing at such a high level of European football.Jakub Plsek of Sigma had the first bite of attack just within 2 minutes of the first half, but Sevilla were lethal with their approach as Nolito slotted home the first goal in the 9th minute only to be disallowed for a previous foul.ALSO READ: UEFA Champions League draw: Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus face Man UtdNew signing Maxime Gonalons opened his account for Sevilla in the 21st minute and Sigma’s forward Martin Nespor added to Sevilla’s tally by scoring an own goal soon after.Sigma lost their energy and will to fight back in the second half, mainly due to the humid conditions in Seville and late substitution Yissam Ben Yedder scored the third for the hosts as the clock displayed 75th minute. ALSO READ: Eng vs Ind 4th Test: ‘It was pretty tough,’ says Sam CurranThe draw for the UEFA Europa League 2018/19 group stages is set to take place on Friday. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
By Vishani RagobeerYOU know him as ace footballer for the ‘Golden Jags’ or even as Bury FC midfield player, but Neil Danns is intent on showing his versatility by exploring the music scene.“I’ve been studying music production and engineering for the last couple of years,” Danns told the Chronicle Sport in an exclusive interview, adding “I’m still learning and progressing but I’m only just starting to get the confidence to put it out.”Initially, the footballer connected with music as a pastime, even though he always had a passion for music and writing.“I started off playing guitar for a hobby when I was in my early 20s and I always liked to write poetry and melodies,” he reflected. And so his musical journey started off with him fiddling around and just writing simple chord songs just for his own personal listening pleasure.He taught himself how to play the piano over the past few years – nothing too fancy – but just enough to help him create his own music and depth to his skills.His desire to develop his musical ambitions has been insatiable, however, and resultantly, he tried learning music engineering. “It’s just been gradual building,” he said modestly.It’s not his aim to be an artiste, at least not for the most part. Instead, he is aiming to just write and produce music.“I hope to work with aspiring artistes in the future … and it would be amazing to collaborate with some top Guyanese artistes out there in the future,” Danns noted.But even so, he’s putting a few tracks out there, just so that people would know that he knows his stuff and he’s good at it. In fact, he’s currently making one of his tracks available on Spotify and iTunes; it’s called ‘What you thinking’ and will come under his alias: Melodix.“When people hear my stuff it’s mostly a shock as a lot of people do not realise I play any instruments but I’m still a long way from where I want to get to; but I enjoy learning and improving in everything I have passion for,” he affirmed. “It takes a lot of hours and can be frustrating but that’s what makes it worth it when you make positive steps.”His endeavours in music, however, do not sidetrack from his finesse in football. He’s been involved in the game – professionally- for about 20 years, and that’s just not something he can stop being involved in.Moving into the music scene fulltime is a possibility, but only after he considers what options present themselves once he is retired.But Danns’ musical ambitions will be put on pause for a bit, as he prepares for Guyana’s historic showing at next month’s CONCACAF Gold Cup.Danns will be a key figure for Guyana, when they face defending champs USA on June 18, followed by last FIFA World Cup debutants Panama on June 22 then Trinidad and Tobago on June 26.
Lukaku’s agent, Federico Pastorello, flew to London on Wednesday in an attempt to resolve Lukaku’s future.Later that evening, Pastorello posted a photo on Instagram of them on board a private jet with the caption: “Ready to take off. Direction Milano.”United and Inter Milan had been some way apart in their valuation, with United wanting to recoup at least the £75m they paid Everton two years ago.Inter and fellow Serie A side Juventus have been competing to sign Lukaku, who did not play in pre-season because of an ankle injury.Inter manager Antonio Conte – who wanted to sign Lukaku when he was Chelsea boss – has said he remains his number one target, adding: “I consider him a player who could improve our team.”United have an interest in Juventus’ Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic, 33, who could reinforce their forward.Lukaku moved to United from Everton in 2017 and at the time was only the fourth player to score 80 goals in the Premier League before turning 24 – after Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler and Wayne Rooney.In his debut season, Lukaku became one of only 11 United players to score 25 goals or more in a campaign since 1992-93. Cantona, Andy Cole and current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (25 each) are among the strikers who never matched Lukaku’s 27-goal tally in a United campaign.However, 26% of his United goals – 11 out of 42 – came in the first two months of his Old Trafford career.He has scored 42 goals in 96 appearances for United but was often overlooked in the second half of last season in favour of England striker Marcus Rashford.Lukaku’s impending departure leaves United with just three established forwards – Rashford, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez – in addition to youngsters Angel Gomes, Mason Greenwood and Tahith Chong.United have spent £140m this summer on Harry Maguire,Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Romelu Lukaku Inter Milan have reached an agreement with Manchester United to sign striker Romelu Lukaku for a fee that could rise to 80m euros (£74m).In July, United rejected Inter’s £54m bid for Lukaku, who was fined by the club after missing training on Tuesday.Belgium international Lukaku, 26, has trained at his former team Anderlecht for the past two days.