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Boca y River protagonizan el duelo ms importante del ftbol argentino: Xeneizes y Millonarios se enfrentan desde hace ms de 100 aos en el amateurismo, en el profesionalismo, a nivel internacional y tambin en partidos amistosos. Quin lidera los distintos historiales?

Se enfrentaron en 368oportunidades, desde 1908, hasta hoy y el club de La Ribera le saca bastante ventaja: son 134triunfos contra 119, con 115 empates en el medio.

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Total 369 Victorias de Boca 134 Victorias de River 120Empates 115HISTORIAL EN EL CAMPEONATO LOCAL

Chocaron 209 veces en total y este apartado tambin lo lidera Boca, con 76 victorias contra 68 y 65 igualdades. De ese total, se desprenden 199 partidos en el profesionalismo , con 73 victorias para Boca y 64 para River, con 62 empates, y 10 en el amateurismo , con cuatro triunfos para el Millonario, tres para el Xeneize y tres igualdades.

Amateurismo Profesionalismo Total Total 10 199 209 Victorias de Boca 37477Victorias de River 46468Empates 36265HISTORIAL EN COMPETENCIAS INTERNACIONALES

Se enfrentaron 28 veces, de las cuales 24 de ellas fueron por la Copa Libertadores, dos por la Sudamericana 2014y otras dos por la Supercopa 1994. Sumando todas las competencias , Boca lidera la tabla con 10 victorias sobre ocho de River y otros 10 empates. Todos los triunfos del Xeneize fueron por la Libertadores, mientras que el Millonario suma siete en ese certamen y uno en la Sudamericana. Por la Supercopa, igualaron en ambas oportunidades (gan el conjunto de Menotti por penales).

Total 28 Victorias de Boca 10 Victorias de River 8 Empates 10HISTORIAL EN COPAS LOCALES

Fueron cuatro cotejos que terminaron en dos empates y una victoria para cada uno durante el profesionalismo ytres encuentros por la Copa Competencia durante el amateurismo que terminaron en dos victorias para el Millo y un 1 1.
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They belong to a young man who, once upon a time, embraced British life to the full.

Mohammed Emwazi, 26, was a member of a local five a side football team. He supported Manchester United, wore Nike branded clothing, listened to music by pop group S Club 7, attended a Church of England school and was the beneficiary of a British university education.

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Could his chilling reincarnation as Jihadi John, the psychopath who beheaded Western hostages, be a greater betrayal of everything this country has done for him and his family?

Mohammed Emwazi might have been born in Kuwait. But his murderous alter ego was made in Britain.

With hindsight, the road to Raqqa the Islamic State’s Syrian stronghold was clearly signposted.

He grew up in the streets around Ladbroke Grove, in the inner suburbs of West London an area that has become a breeding ground for Islamic militancy and home grown terror suspects.

He was befriended by Cage, the so called campaign and human rights group, whose leading light is someone who has expressed support for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate and for the principle of death by stoning for adultery.

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no fewer than 22 events have been held since March 2012, providing a platform for speakers with a history of extremist views or involvement with extremist organisations.

Proof, if any were needed, of how our much cherished, and deeply entrenched, tradition of free speech is being abused and corrupted on our own shores.

Still, those who knew him during his adolescent years could be forgiven for failing to understand that a man given so much by Britain could commit such atrocities against the West.

Consider how much this country did give Jihadi John. His parents arrived in London in 1993 with their son and his younger sister, now a young professional with a bright future ahead of her, in the aftermath of the Gulf War.

Four more siblings would be born in the UK. During those early years, the family were happily ensconced in West London, in an area bordering the wealthy and influential Notting Hill.

His father ran a taxi firm and his mother brought up the children. The Emwazis frequently moved, swapping one rented property for another in the affluent Maida Vale area.

Emwazi wore Western clothing and became popular with his classmates at St Mary Magdalene C of E primary school in Maida Vale before enrolling at Quintin Kynaston, a successful academy in St John’s Wood.

The Islamic Society at the University of Westminster has long been associated with extremist views, with one former student saying he walked in on members celebrating 9/11

‘He was a diligent, hard working, lovely young man; responsible, quiet,’ recalled a former teacher. ‘He was everything you could want a student to be.’

Emwazi did well enough in his A levels to gain a place on the computer programming course at the University of Westminster in 2006.

Campuses across the country have faced questions about their links between their student unions and extremists. But few could have more controversial track records than Westminster.

Only this week, the university was forced to postpone an invitation to radical cleric Haitham al Haddad who was due to address the Islamic Society due to ‘increased sensitivity and security concerns’.

Haddad serves as a judge for the Islamic Sharia Council and is chairman of the Muslim Research and Development Foundation.

This organisation says it is ‘devoted to the articulation of classical Islamic principles in a manner that provides a platform for Islam to be the cure of all humanity’s ills.’

Al Haddad has been branded homophobic and is alleged to have described homosexuality as a ‘scourge’ and ‘a criminal act’.

He has also stated that a ‘man should not be questioned why he hit his wife, because that is something between them’.

He has also claimed that Jews are descended from pigs.

The proposed visit by such a divisive and poisonous figure at the university was far from unusual.

This was laid bare in a report by the Henry Jackson Society, a think tank which works alongside Student Rights,
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Related documents: This repository does not currently have the full text of this item. OBJECTIVE: To examine the benefits of aerobic training alone, resistance training alone, and a combination of both on hemoglobin A(1c) (HbA(1c)) in individuals with type 2 diabetes. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS: A randomized controlled trial in which 262 sedentary men and women in Louisiana with type 2 diabetes and HbA(1c) levels of 6.5% or higher were enrolled in the 9 month exercise program between April 2007 and August 2009. INTERVENTION: Forty one participants were assigned to the nonexercise control group, 73 to resistance training 3 days a week, 72 to aerobic exercise in which they expended 12 kcal/kg per week; and 76 to combined aerobic and resistance training in which they expended 10 kcal/kg per week and engaged in resistance training twice a week. Main Outcome Change in HbA(1c) level. Secondary outcomes included measures of anthropometry and fitness. RESULTS: The study included 63.0% women and 47.3% nonwhite participants who were a mean (SD) age of 55.8 years (8.7 years) with a baseline HbA(1c) level of 7.7% (1.0%). Compared with the control group, the absolute mean change in HbA(1c) in the combination training exercise group was 0.34% (95% confidence interval [CI], 0.64% to 0.03%; P = .03). The mean changes in HbA(1c) were not statistically significant in either the resistance training ( 0.16%; 95% CI, 0.46% to 0.15%; P = .32) or the aerobic ( 0.24%; 95% CI, 0.55% to 0.07%; P = .14) groups compared with the control group. Only the combination exercise group improved maximum oxygen consumption (mean, 1.0 mL/kg per min; 95% CI, 0.5 1.5, PFind a copy

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Now, I hooked. It the story of a family: each character has with different challenges, issues, needs wants and desires. The show foundation is for everyone to take a breath be accepted who they are, and help each other as we, collectively, stumble through our journey.

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To be heard.

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Which brings us to Friday morning. Community and Social Services Minister Irfan Sabir announced the Persons with Developmental Disabilities program which provides support to 12,000 Albertans and is growing by 700 a year is getting a full review. The province investment into PDD is $853 million, and even with an added $55 million recently, 376 people were on the waiting list in December.

The review was the number one recommendation from the safety standards committee.

The group, chaired by Dr. John te Linde, had seven other community members: Ann Nichol, Bruce Uditsky, MLA Marie Renaud, Mike Cooper, Tammy Poirier, Jennefir Stewart and myself. (I was asked to be part of the committee through my involvement with the Premier Council.)

We first met as strangers, on a bitterly cold day in December 2015, and quickly became a tight knit group of friends with collective compassion to help.

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There was also the social stigma, that, by and large, mini institutions would be created in the community, erasing the idea of community living with one tap of the delete button.

We travelled throughout the province and held consultations. More than 2,000 Albertans had a say in the safety standards.

But, we heard more. And, some of them especially from parents and sibling were heart breaking and, frankly, hard to hear.

It was acutely obvious the PDD program had some challenges and needed to be seriously scrutinized.

First things first, though. A few months into the review, and after submitting a preliminary report to Sabir, he repealed Section 8 of the Safety Standards Regulation, so people getting PDD services could stay in their own homes without commercial standards.

In our final report, the number one recommendation was for a full PDD review.

Albertans are now getting that. The review means people with developmental disabilities and their families will be consulted and listened to in charting a new course.

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When it comes time for Tuesday morning commute keep an extra eye on the roads, and be sure to take your time, as thousands of students will be making their return to the classroom.

Tuesday also marks the return of Edmonton new 30 km/h school zone speed limits.

The change in the limit was made to decrease the likelihood of pedestrian collisions particularly those involving young children. According to the City of Edmonton 30 campaign, children aged 10 to 14 years old have the highest incidence of pedestrian related injuries, and children aged five to 14 years old are at the greatest risk for pedestrian related deaths.

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City cops are gearing up to bust motorists flouting Edmonton new 30 km/h school zone speed limits when classes resume next Tuesday.

“This is long overdue,” said Edmonton Police Association head, Sgt. Tony Simioni. “We the only municipality that I aware of that hasn had that ability.”

Drivers until now were legally allowed to whip through school zones at 50 km/h. Simioni says, and police were forced to “get creative” when it came to slowing down drivers.

“When enforcing it at 50km/h, officers were lowering their tolerance level even more extremely than they normally would, or they would have to charge alternative sections of the Traffic Safety Act, such as speeding too fast for road conditions or other things,” said Simioni.

“The reality is if you hit someone at 50 km/h, especially a child, their chance of survival is very small,” said Henderson. “Oftentimes it the parents, ironically, who are trying to rush off to work.”

The new 30 km/h signs are currently being installed in close to 200 schools across the city. The cost is roughly $500,000 and includes expenses incurred for a public awareness campaign, which will kick off later this week.

Not all changes in speed are met with open arms, however. In the Ottewell community, the neighbourhood speed was recently dropped from 50 km/h to 40 km/h. Ottewell Community League president Bob Hutchison has said the new speed limits, “didn lower accidents, it didn lower the amount of speeders which were targeted. All that has been accomplished is the money grab from law abiding citizens.”But for Henderson, who presides over the ward, the changes are necessary.

“There are some people who don like it all, and there are some people who argue that it confusing and that if we going to do it we should do it city wide and I not adverse to that. The trouble is, if you hit someone at that speed (50 km/h), you done for,” said Henderson. “But we have another couple years to go and we have a look at it again.”
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Kane had two assists and got away with a cross check to Matt Benning which spilled him into the end boards and helped with the first San Jose goal in their 5 2 victory.

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Pavelski, Justin Braun, Timo Meier, who has 14 of his 16 goals since Dec. 1, and Logan Couture scored in the second frame and Chris Tierney into an empty net while Connor McDavid got his 13th goal in February in the game fourth minute.

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Meier, who had eight shots, and Couture scored 83 seconds apart late in the second.

Meier shot glanced off Andre Sekera and behind Talbot, then after Milan Lucic, riding a 26 game scoring drought, rang one off the iron with the net wide open, Couture ripped one under the bar for his 17th goal in 28 career games against Edmonton.

McDavid bolted up the right side 4 and a half minutes in and beat Jones for his 28th goal.

ON THE BENCH: Adam Larsson played his 400th NHL game Oiler defenceman Kris Russell missed his second straight game with a bruised hand after blocking a shot (his league leading 185th) Oilers winger Zack Kasssian (leg) also scratched after playing just four minutes in Anaheim Sunday The NHL first black player Willie O 82 years young,
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dropped the ceremonial first puck.