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World Cup Preview - Scotland

Scotland have two scintillating Calum MacLeod centuries to thank for their place in the 2015 World Cup. After a narrow defeat to Hong Kong in their first qualification match, the Durham man blasted 113 off just 62 balls in a rain-reduced 28-over game against the UAE, and followed it up with a colossal 175 off 141 against Canada. 733 more words

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World Cup Preview - Afghanistan

Afghanistan became an affiliate member of the ICC in 2001, the same year America started their aerial bombing campaigns. The fourteen years of conflict which followed devastated Afghanistan, providing the backdrop for one of the most enthralling cricketing journeys of the century: the rise of the Afghan national side. 956 more words

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World Cup Preview - UAE

The United Arab Emirates will be sending the oldest and yet the least experienced squad to the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. While the average age of their 15-man touring party is 32.48, they only have a combined total of 71 ODI caps. 689 more words

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BILLY MACKENZIE : 27 MARCH 1957 - 22 JANUARY 1997

From Sid Law:-

I don’t know what Billy Mackenzie might make of the music scene in Scotland today. Maybe Billy would have got his performance thing back and could have sung publicly again. 799 more words

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IDP Seminar To Be Held - February 12th

CDS Internship Development Program Seminar

Thursday, February 12, 2015 from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm, Weston College of Architecture and Design, Gallery.

Presenters will overview Intern Development Program (IDP), the Architect Registration Exam (ARE), including an update on recent NCARB changes. 38 more words

AIA-NJ News

AIA-NJ Celebrates Successes and Looks Toward Future

2015 Officers Installed, Design Competition Winners and Service Award  Recipients Honored, During Jan. 9 Event

Capping an eventful year for the architectural profession in New Jersey, AIA-NJ gathered with friends and family on Friday night to celebrate the year’s architectural successes. 808 more words

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No man is an island they say

I think we can all agree that, in business, and specifically in events, people are our greatest asset.  This is true but only really so if we manage and develop that team and wider network to play to our collective and individual strengths. 472 more words

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