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INTERPRETER SOUGHT FOR IRISH-SPEAKING MILFORD DEFENDANT

first_imgDISTRICT court judge Seamus Hughes has set March 28th as the date to mention a case of a 70-year-old Milford man who insisted on speaking Irish at a recent sitting of Letterkenny District Court.Before the court was John Riney of Market Square, Milford, who faced two counts of assault and one count of breaching the peace. Mr Riney, who represented himself in the case, would only address the court in Irish.Judge Hughes said he was not proficient enough in Irish – particularly the Donegal dialect – and asked Mr Riney of he would speak in English. Mr Riney continued to speak in Irish.The judge adjourned the case until March 28th and asked for an intepreter to be present.INTERPRETER SOUGHT FOR IRISH-SPEAKING MILFORD DEFENDANT was last modified: March 4th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Broncos describe Oakland Coliseum: ‘sewage, garlic fries and cigarettes’

first_imgSome scents are permanent, stitched to a town like a tattoo on the small of your back. Buffalo, cereal. New Orleans, sawdust. Chicago, chocolate. Oakland?“It was like sewage, garlic fries and cigarettes,” Broncos tackle Jared Veldheer offered after a considered pause.The subject was the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, for whom the NFL fat lady appears to be singing after 24 consecutive — and occasionally funky — seasons once Denver (6-8) visits the Raiders (3-11) in a Christmas Eve showdown …last_img

A’s name Sean Manaea to start over Mike Fiers in wild-card game

first_imgSurgery to his throwing shoulder first derailed Manaea’s breakout 2018 season — replete with budding potential decorated by a no-hitter against the Boston … OAKLAND — At times, Sean Manaea wasn’t sure when he’d don green and gold again, how long he’d have to wait to take the mound again.But, this month, Manaea’s gone from a tentative rotation return to the team’s chosen starter with the A’s entire season and postseason on the line.Yes, Manaea will start Wednesday’s wild card game.last_img

Is Samsung Building Amazon’s Tablet?

first_imgRelated Posts sarah perez Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Amazon#web According to Peter Rojas, former co-founer of Engadget and now co-founder of gdgt, the highly anticipated Amazon Android tablet may be coming from Samsung. Citing only “sources within the industry,” Rojas claims he’s “99% certain” that Amazon is having Samsung build its tablet computer for them and it’s expected to arrive no later than this summer.He also speculates about the possibility of the tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb (or not), as well as what type of content Amazon plans to sell on it. (Hint: more than apps!)How Credible the Rumor?Rojas has covered mobile devices and gadgets for a long time, not only at Engadget, which he helped start, but also at Gizmodo. Now his consumer-focused social networking, reviews and support site around gadgets, gdgt, keeps him directly plugged into industry moves and trends.In other words, this is no small-time blogger with a small-time scoop – it’s a rumor whose source is reputable and knowledgable. All that being said, it’s still just a rumor.Amazon Tablet: Honeycomb? Disruptive? Cheap?According to Rojas’ insider info and great big dollop of speculation, the Samsung/Amazon Android tablet should be out sometime soon, probably no later than summer 2011. And, he says, it will likely have something that substantially differentiates it from its competition.The most recently launched Android tablets, notably Motorola’s Xoom and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, have not performed as well as those companies would have liked thus far. This is due to not only the high cost of tablets tied to mobile carrier contracts, but the raw nature of the unpolished version of Google’s tablet-optimized mobile operating system (OS), also known as Honeycomb.With this in mind, it’s not surprising to hear Rojas speculate that Amazon’s tablet may not run Honeycomb as has been expected, but, like its top competitor, the Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color, it may use Android as the base for its tablet. It’s also entirely possible that Amazon will build “a totally customized experience that tightly integrates Amazon services,” Rojas said. By doing so, Amazon could reduce the initial cost of the tablet because it would serve as a vehicle that drove sales for the online retailer over time. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market That idea isn’t so different from how gaming console systems are generally subsidized today – the profit comes from selling games, not the console hardware. Similarly, on Amazon, the profit would come from not only the apps sold through Amazon’s new Appstore for Android, whose pricing has been the center of controversy as of late, but also music and video, and even physical goods, too.It’s not difficult to connect the dots between Amazon’s recent launches – the above-mentioned app store, the new web-baed streaming music and media service called Cloud Drive and the recent changes to Amazon’s online video service, Amazon Prime – and figure out that Amazon is up to something. Still, it’s good to see it confirmed, even if through anonymous sources like this.But the biggest question about the forthcoming tablet, and the one that remains unanswered, is the pricing. Rojas says that if Amazon’s smart, it will be aggressive here, not only beating the iPad, but matching or besting the Nook’s pricing, too. For a truly competitive 7-inch tablet, the price to beat is $250, says Rojas.$250, you say? Heck, for that price, we’ll take two! What about you? A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…last_img read more

App launched to streamline functioning of PGC in JK’s Udhampur

first_imgJammu, Sep 23 (PTI) The Jammu and Kashmir Police Sunday launched the ‘Sahulat Office App’ in Udhampur district for streamlining the functioning of public grievance cell (PGC). The police also formally released a short movie on drug addiction titled ‘Ujadta chaman’ at a function organised at Sher-e-Kashmir Police Academy (SKPA) in Udhampur.”Drug addiction and substance abuse affects the capabilities and energies of youth and it is the responsibility of all stakeholders to work together and eradicate the growing menace, which has risen to an alarming level in modern society,” Additional Director General of Police and director Sher-e-Kashmir Police Academy, Udhampur, Suleman Salaria said.Salaria along with Inspector General of Police, Jammu, S D Singh Jamwal launched the app and released the movie which was directed by Rahul Sharma and produced by the state police, the spokesperson said.”We would have to address the major reasons which lead the youth to take drugs, besides de-addicting the drug users,” the IGP said. The Jammu and Kashmir Police realising its social responsibility has taken initiatives for the physical and mental development of the youth of the state, he said. Besides its professional duties, the police has been working for drug de-addiction centres, he said and stressed for joint efforts by all stakeholders, especially parents, to overcome the menace and save youngsters from drug consumption.Later, the IGP visited district police lines, Udhampur, and dedicated the newly-constructed police martyrs memorial and also inaugurated a podium for general use of police and various sports and cultural activities, the spokesperson said. PTI TAS  KJKJadvertisementlast_img read more

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