Transfers Batshuayi and Joao Mario talk curbed by West Ham boss Moyes Ryan Benson 02:29 1/20/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Transfers Chelsea Michy Batshuayi West Ham United Premier League Rumours had suggested the Chelsea striker and Andy Carroll could be involved in a swap, while Inter’s Portuguese forward is another mooted target David Moyes did not attend Chelsea’s FA Cup replay against Norwich City to scout Michy Batshuayi, while the West Ham boss has dealt a blow to the Blues in their reported chase of Andy Carroll.Belgium international Batshuayi has been strongly linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge in January after struggling to make an impact at Chelsea in the year-and-a-half since moving from Marseille.Batshuayi – who scored for Chelsea against Norwich – had been suggested as a potential makeweight in a deal to take Carroll the other way, with Antonio Conte’s side linked with several surprising options, including Stoke City veteran Peter Crouch. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player But Moyes attempted to end those rumours in his column for the London Evening Standard, with Carroll unlikely to play again for anyone this month.”Categorically, I did not go to Stamford Bridge to watch Batshuayi or any other player in particular,” he wrote.”I like to get out and watch plenty of matches, I hadn’t seen Norwich this season and there were some players there who had been mentioned to me as having been doing well.”What may defuse much of the speculation is that the ankle injury Andy picked up against West Brom is sufficiently serious that he will not be able to play again this month anyway and it could even need an operation to put things right, although that has not yet been confirmed.”Moyes, meanwhile, has also sought to curb talk suggesting that Inter winger Joao Mario is among those on his January wish list.The Portugal international, who has also been linked with Manchester United, is a player the Hammers boss admires, but one he is reluctant to speculate on.The Scot added: “I think he’s a name which has been mentioned but whether he’s from Inter Milan or Chelsea or wherever I’m not talking about players from other clubs,” Moyes added. “He’s an interesting player, he’s a good footballer and certainly very talented.”
EAST LANSING, MI – SEPTEMBER 12: A general view of the field before the game between the Oregon Ducks and Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on September 12, 2015 in East Lansing, Michigan. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)We have our first upset of Week 6 of the 2018 college football season.Michigan State, the No. 20 team in the country, was hosting unranked, one-win Northwestern at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Mich.Northwestern won the game, 29-19.The Wildcats really have the Spartans number lately.#Northwestern has now beaten Michigan State in 3 straight meetings for the first time since a 3-game streak from 1905 to 1924. #Wildcats— BTNStatsGuys (@BTNStatsGuys) October 6, 2018Are any other upsets coming today?Stay tuned…
MONTREAL — A Transportation Safety Board of Canada investigator says a ferry that has been removed from service in Quebec after two recent collisions was already badly damaged before the accidents.The MV Apollo, purchased in January to replace a newer ship that had to undergo repairs, collided while docking Sunday in Matane in Quebec’s Gaspe region. Three weeks earlier it crashed into the wharf in Godbout, Que. on the opposite side of the St. Lawrence River.The provincial Crown corporation that oversees ferry service in Quebec announced Tuesday that the MV Apollo will no longer sail because of the risk of further damage and the cost of repairs.Francois Dumont, a TSB investigator, told The Canadian Press that his inspection of the vessel uncovered damage that was clearly not recent, which raises questions about the ferry’s previous life carrying passengers across the Strait of Belle Isle for Labrador Marine Inc.The Societe des traversiers du Quebec bought the MV Apollo at a cost of $2.1 million to replace the MV F.-A.-Gauthier, which is expected to remain out of service for several months.Dumont said the TSB investigation will look at the operation of the MV Apollo under its previous owner between northwestern Newfoundland and Quebec’s Lower North Shore.“We’re definitely going to look at the fact that it’s not damage that’s happened recently,” Dumont said. “This is long-term deterioration. This boat was clearly unloved, it lacked supervision and maintenance. We are going to dig over the coming weeks to find the reason why this boat was sailing between St. Barbe, N.L. and Blanc Sablon in Quebec. ”He said multiple problems were identified, from the watertightness of the hull to the presence of fire protection and rescue equipment. “There is serious doubt about the seaworthiness of the ship and its level of safety for passengers and crew,” he said.After the collision in Godbout, the vessel returned to service on March 9. The ferry operator had investigated the incident and made repairs. The TSB also inspected at the time but did not detect the additional problems, Dumont said.Stephane Lafaut, interim president of the Quebec ferry corporation, said the purchase of the MV Apollo was made in good faith. He said it was the only ship available at the time, but he had no reason to question its seaworthiness.“The ship was operating in Canada at the time of the acquisition,” he said. “It was operated by a Canadian company.”Pierre Saint-Arnaud, The Canadian Press
The Canadian Press An international team of researchers that includes an Ontario scientist is to unveil the first captured image of a black hole.The picture was compiled by the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, a group of scientists around the world bent on proving the existence of black holes and documenting what they look like despite the fact that they cannot release light.The team includes Avery Broderick, an astrophysicist at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ont., which contributes to the EHT project.The image was compiled with help from eight earth-based telescopes around the world.Researchers say their findings help offer further support of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, first announced in 1915.Broderick, who’s also an associate professor at the University of Waterloo, will join other researchers to present the image of a black hole at a news conference in Washington, D.C., at around 9 a.m.NASA says a black hole is a region in space where the pulling force of gravity is so strong that light is not able to escape and that some black holes are a result of dying stars.
Rabat – Members of Gendarmerie in El Harhoura, about 15 kilometers away from Rabat, arrested on Friday morning a police man who went out naked and attacked the car of a son of an Arab diplomat.According to Alyaoum24, the police man, who was in a situation of hysteria, took to the main street, wearing only shorts and socks, and started blocking traffic.One of the cars that the police man “blocked and damaged turned to be that of the son of an Arab diplomat,” the same source said. Immediately after being informed, a patrol of the police was dispatched to the scene to locate the police man and arrested him.In a hearing session, the police man was reportedly unable to remember what he did.The same source said that the suspect was put under custody before he was brought before the public prosecutor of the court of Temara, near Rabat.The Police man told investigators in the second hearings that he was victim of a set up from his friends who allegedly gave him –without his consent- a strong drug that caused him to lose control.
Keep up to date on the candidates running in Saskatchewan ridings in the 2019 federal election.Voters are set to head to the polls on or before Oct. 21.This scrollable map — which will be updated through election day — includes the candidates and general information on each of the 14 contested ridings in Saskatchewan, from north to south and east to west.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, file photo, a woman walks through a display of refrigerators at a Lowe’s store in Cranberry Township, Pa. The Commerce Department releases durable goods for February on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) Orders for US manufactured goods jumped 2.2 per cent in February, but a key category weakened by Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press Posted Mar 26, 2014 6:35 am MDT WASHINGTON – Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting manufactured goods rose in February by the most in three months, but a key category that reflects business investment fell sharply. This category fell 1.3 per cent, the second setback in three months.Economists said the weakness in business investment might reflect the severe winter, which led some industries to put modernization and expansion plans on hold.Overall orders for durable goods rose 2.2 per cent after a 1.3 per cent drop in January, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. The February increase was driven by a surge in orders for commercial aircraft, a category that tends to fluctuate sharply from month to month.Joel Naroff, chief economists at Naroff Economic Advisors, said he expected economic growth to slow sharply in the January-March quarter, reflecting the disruptions caused by the harsh weather, before recovering in coming months.“The rebound could be huge once spring actually appears,” Naroff said.A 13.6 per cent jump in demand for commercial aircraft followed a 22.1 per cent plunge in the previous month. Orders for motor vehicles and parts showed a solid gain of 3.6 per cent in February after a 1.9 per cent fall in January.Demand also rose for primary metals such as steel. Orders for machinery fell 1.5 per cent. Demand for computers fell 0.5 per cent and for communications equipment 2.7 per cent.Many economists think manufacturing output will strengthen in spring, reflecting better weather after winter storms disrupted production at some factories.The Institute for Supply Management’s gauge of manufacturing activity expanded faster in February as companies received more orders and boosted their stockpiles. Its manufacturing index rose to 53.2 in February from 51.3 in January. That only partially reversed a 5-point drop in January. Any reading above 50 indicates that manufacturing is expanding.The ISM index had risen for six straight months until falling slightly in December and taking a big tumble in January as heavy snow caused factories to close.The bad weather depressed purchases of homes and autos, causing factories to trim their production schedules for autos, furniture and appliances in January. But the Federal Reserve said factory output rebounded in February by the largest amount in six months.Analysts estimate that the economy slowed to an annual growth rate below 2 per cent in the January-March period. But they’re forecasting that the growth rate will rebound to around 3 per cent for the rest of the year. If that occurs, it would be the fastest annual economic growth since 2005.
‘It’s crazy today’ as mortgage brokers see flurry of business ahead of new rules by Alexandra Posadzki, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 15, 2016 7:35 pm MDT Last Updated Oct 15, 2016 at 8:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Canadian mortgage brokers say they’re seeing a flurry of borrowers trying to pre-empt new federal rules that take effect Monday that will reduce the purchasing power of some first-time homebuyers.“It’s crazy today,” Matthew McKillen, a Toronto-based broker with Mortgage Architects, said Friday.“The national loan origination software that we use to submit mortgages to our lender partners was down for a period of time due to the increased activity.”McKillen estimates that he was 30 to 40 per cent busier this week than during a normal week.“Our lending partners are extremely busy. Most brokers that I know are extremely busy.”Beginning Monday, all insured mortgage applications will be subject to a stress test to ensure that the borrower will still be able to service their loan in the event their situation changes or interest rates rise. Previously, stress tests were not required for fixed-rate mortgages longer than five years.The federal government said it introduced the change in an attempt to stabilize the country’s housing markets, particularly in cities such as Toronto and Vancouver where prices have soared and concerns have arisen that borrowers are stretched too thin.Gregory Klump, the chief economist of the Canadian Real Estate Association, said that although the changes apply nationally, they will have the biggest impact on markets where there is a shortage of supply, particularly in the lower price range.In more balanced markets, people whose purchasing power is reduced can simply buy cheaper homes, he said. But in Toronto and Vancouver, there may not be any homes available at a lower price point, leaving those potential buyers priced out of the market.Rob McLister, the founder of RateSpy.com, says the brokers he talks to are reporting anywhere from a 35 to 150 per cent boost in business ahead of the new rules.“Clearly, consumers are reading the headlines about how this is going to reduce their purchasing power, and a lot of the folks are getting off the bench and acting,” he says.“Most of the people are buyers that already planned to buy.”Steve Pipkey of Spin Mortgage says his sense is that the rush of borrowers is more of a phenomenon in Toronto than in Vancouver. That’s because the market in Vancouver has started to run out of steam, he says.“The government made the time frame from announcement to implementation very tight, which is really what prevented more of a rush of buyers,” Pipkey said in an email.Follow @alexposadzki on Twitter.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version said the rules took effect Friday. They take effect Monday
Fitzmaurice Road in Finglas. Short URL http://jrnl.ie/3294983 Mar 18th 2017, 7:36 PM Image: Google Maps Saturday 18 Mar 2017, 7:36 PM 37 Comments 47,386 Views By Rónán Duffy Fitzmaurice Road in Finglas. Image: Google Maps Share Tweet Email4 A SHOP ASSISTANT suffered serious head injuries when he was assaulted by two men who tried to rob a store in Finglas this morning.The incident happened at about 8.15am on the Fitzmaurice Road when the two men entered the store and threatened the staff member.Nothing was stolen in the incident but the shop assistant had to be rushed to Beaumont Hospital where he was treated for his injuries.The two men fled the scene after the attempted robbery in what is believed to be a white saloon car. They were going in the direction of Glaslawn Road.A further description of the two raiders is not currently available.Gardaí are appealing for anyone who may have been in the area between 8am and 8.20am to contact them.Read: Gardaí seize drugs worth €285,000 and €100,000 in cash in Meath >Read: Heroin and crack cocaine worth €60,000, plus €50,000 in cash, seized in Meath > Shop assistant rushed to hospital with serious head injuries after failed raid in Dublin Two men escaped in what’s belived to be a white saloon car. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
With a moment of individual brilliance, Adnan Januzaj gave Belgium a 1-0 victory and the first place in Group G.The final two matches of the group stage are soon upon us…Here are the teams for #ENGBEL!#ENG #BEL pic.twitter.com/rvom0sQ4Ru— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 28, 2018Januzaj tips United to return to the top Obinna Echi – November 14, 2018 Adnan Januzaj has backed his former club Manchester United to start challenging for the Premier League title soon.Januzaj believes United need to make the…Even though first place was up for grabs, both Gareth Southgate and Roberto Martinez decided to make multiple changes to their starting lineups today in Kaliningrad. There was no Harry Kane, no Eden Hazard, no Romelu Lukaku and no Kevin De Bruyne. The lack of star power didn’t mean the fans weren’t still hoping to see an entertaining encounter.A defensive lapse allowed England to have a moment in the opening two minutes that ended with Courtois blocking a cross before it came to Jamie Vardy. Youri Tielemans blasted a long-distance strike in the 7th minute, catching Jordan Pickford a bit asleep. Luckily for England’s goalkeeper, the shot was in the middle of the net, so he made the save. A couple of minutes later, Adnan Januzaj made a few dribbles and then lobbed a cross that came to Mitchy Bashuayi. He headed the ball back towards the central area in front of Pickford and even though there wasn’t a distinct shot, the ball rolled towards the goal line before Gary Cahill cleared it just before it went in.Tielemans received the game’s first yellow card. In this contest, cards were particularly important, as they could determine the final standings in case of a draw. With this card, Belgium had two more than England overall. Another foul on Danny Rose earned Belgium’s second booking. This time the guilty party was Leander Dendoncker. Whistles were coming from all over the stadium. The fans weren’t happy. The Belgian defensive trio was passing the ball among each other, while the English players refused to press. It was more than obvious both teams were satisfied with the current situation.Gareth Southgate decided to save his main defender’s energy and replaced John Stones with Harry Maguire at the half. In the 51st minute, Adnan Januzaj’s individual brilliance gave The Red Devils a 1-0 advantage. He dummied Danny Rose and then curled a beautiful left-footed shot, leaving Pickford with no choice but to take the ball out of his net. Belgium took over first spot in Group G with the goal. Later on, Thomas Vermaelen suffered a cut on his eyebrow after an aerial duel with Jamie Vardy. Marcus Rashford missed from an ideal one-on-one situation with the goalkeeper in the 66th minute. What a miss! Courtois got a touch on the ball, but it doesn’t change the fact that if Rashford wants to be considered as a starter, he must not miss those types of opportunities.Roberto Martinez decided to give the recently recovered Vincent Kompany a run, taking off Vermaelen to make place for the experienced center back. The next swap was Danny Welbeck for Trent Alexander-Arnold, signalling a wish to tie the game. Although, based on the play, that wish was really weak. On the other hand, why would England try to earn a draw? Losing this match meant a meeting with Colombia (possibly without James Rodriguez) in the Round of 16 and then (potentially) either Switzerland or Sweden in the quarter-finals. It also meant avoiding Brazil, as well as the other superpowers in the top part of the draw. Pickford saved Dries Mertens’ effort in the 89th minute. Marouane Fellaini missed in the 92nd minute and that was it. Belgium won for the third time in three matches, finished first with 9 points and will meet Japan next.
As promised, Clark County Commissioner Steve Stuart posted a detailed explanation today on his Facebook page regarding his decision not to seek re-election. Stuart, a Democrat who has been on the board for a decade, wrote that he’s been overwhelmed by “the outpouring of support and encouragement from people asking me to run again.”However, 10 years is a long time to serve as a commissioner in the best of circumstances, he wrote.“It’s full-time plus, there are a wide variety of tough issues to work on, and it gets heated because those issues affect real people in real ways. But we are not in the best of circumstances,” Stuart wrote.“When I first sought appointment to the board in 2004, it was to use my education, skills and background to creatively solve complex problems and give back to the place that’s given me so much. It wasn’t easy, and there were many who wanted me to be more confrontational, but it was good work. On diverse Boards, we struggled and fought through tough issues in tough times, making decisions based on reason, input from our citizens and staff, and ultimately seeking to serve the best interests of the County,” he wrote.Without mentioning Republican Commissioners David Madore and Tom Mielke by name, Stuart wrote there’s “no longer room for facts, figures, input, and information, if they don’t support the ideological aims of the majority.”
Listen Nationally, only 2.8% of recent deportation-related filings were based on alleged criminal activity.The TRAC report also shows that nationally, criminal activity as a reason for deportation has dropped in half in the last five years.Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC)“Where previous administrations had focused on people with criminal convictions, the natural, logical conclusion is a higher percentage of people were going to be those without criminal convictions, because they are just picking up everybody,” said Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative deportation defense attorney Julie Pasch.In January 2017, the Trump administration did away with immigration enforcement priorities that encouraged Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to target dangerous criminals for removal. “Under the Trump administration there are a new set of priorities and essentially anyone [in the country without documentation] is a priority now,” said Susan Long, director of Syracuse University’s TRAC research center.However, just because a serious crime isn’t cited, doesn’t mean someone didn’t commit a crime, according to Pasch. Sometimes prosecutors list a lesser immigration offense because it’s easier to prove, she said. 00:00 /00:54 X U.S. Immigration and Customs EnforcementU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrest company employees on federal immigration violations at a trailer-manufacturing business in Sumner, Texas.Serious crimes are showing up less and less in deportation paperwork filed by federal officials, according to new data from Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). Serious criminal activity was cited in 3% of 24,000 deportation-related court filings in the Houston area over the last nine months, including data from immigration courts in Conroe and Houston. Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:
Kolkata: The first phase of the East-West Metro that will connect Salt Lake Sector V with Salt Lake stadium will be operational by the end of March 2019 or the beginning of April 2019, said Union Minister of State for Heavy Industry and Public Enterprises Babul Supriyo on Monday.The minister was in the city to witness the progress of work for the E-W Metro.The first trial run of two rakes side-by-side on two tracks was held for the first time in his presence. Supriyo also tried his hands at driving a rake that travelled from Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeCity Centre station to Salt Lake Sector V.”Kolkata Metro Railway Corporation Limited (KMRCL), the executing agency wants to ensure that safety and security measures are in place before starting the services. So we have decided not to hurry with the commencement of services,” Supriyo said.”We are installing a modernised signaling system, the software for which is to be imported from Japan. There are several sharp bends and curves in the alignment from Sector V to Salt Lake stadium. The software is expected by the end of December following which the system will be put in place,” he added. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe minister has already held talks with the Union Defence ministry including Nirmala Sitharaman for speeding up the process of procurement of the software. According to sources in KMRCL, there will be five rakes in stock before starting the first phase. “We will begin with two or three and will increase the frequency depending upon the passenger demand,” a senior KMRCL official said. The phase from Salt Lake stadium till Sector V will have six stations and cover a distance of 5.5 km. “The way the work is progressing, I am hopeful that Esplanade to Sealdah phase will be operational by June 2019 that we had announced earlier,” he maintained. The minister also shared that some technical problems have delayed work from Sealdah to Esplanade as there are technical glitches in Esplanade where the East-West Metro will intersect the existing North-South Metro that runs from Noapara to Kavi Subhas. “We are working on overcoming the technical hurdles,” a KMRCL official added. The target for the second phase from Howrah Maidan to Sector V is June 2021.
Kolkata: In a major boost to door-to-door collection of garbage across the city, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation has decided to add to its fleet of pollution-free battery operated vehicles and auto tipper vehicles.The tricycle vans, most of which were lying defunct, are also being repaired to strengthen the infrastructure of solid waste management in the city. “Durga Puja- the greatest festival of the Bengalis, is scheduled in the first week of October and so we are gearing up to ensure that the citizens get the best of services when it comes to solid waste management (SWM) in the city. We have already floated tender for having 500 battery operated vehicles to boost our door-to-door garbage collection. We are also procuring 50 new auto tipper vehicles and tender for the same has already been floated,” said Debabrata Majumder, Member, Mayor-in-Council (SWM). Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe SWM department already has 220 battery operated vehicles and 50 auto tippers involved in non-biodegradable waste collection. “We are also repairing the tricycle vans that have been lying defunct, so that we can put them to use before Durga Puja,” Majumder said. The department has also decided to present dresses to the thika and casual workers involved in garbage disposal. “The samples have already been approved and we are hoping to hand over dresses to the workers before the Puja,” a senior official of the SWM department said. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe SWM department is gradually working towards introducing segregation at source phase-wise in all the 144 wards in the city. The civic body has already started segregation at source in 20 wards, including Mayor Firhad Hakim’s ward 82 in Chetla. Each household in these 20 wards has been given two buckets- white and green in colour. Discarded items made of paper, rubber, plastic, glass, wood, iron and different metal products should be kept in the white one, while cooked or uncooked food, fish scales, egg shells, vegetable waste, parts of flowers or fruits should be disposed of in the green one. The green ones are collected on a daily basis, while the white ones are collected every alternate day.
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Wales-born Moritz, who studied history at Oxford, says the goal is to ensure that money is not a barrier to an Oxford education.The number of students applying to British universities has fallen since the government tripled university fees to 9,000 pounds starting this fall. Students on the scholarship will pay just 3,500 pounds.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments Share LONDON (AP) – Oxford University says a Silicon Valley venture capitalist has donated 75 million pounds ($116 million) to help poor students attend the prestigious institution.The money is a gift from Sequoia Capital president Michael Moritz and his wife, novelist Harriet Heyman.Oxford said Wednesday the donation will form part of a fund to subsidize fees and living costs for students with family incomes below 16,000 pounds. About 100 students will get the award in the first year. Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Patients with chronic pain give advice New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Sponsored Stories Top Stories More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK — The new streaming service Fox Nation that launches Tuesday is aimed at people who don’t think Fox News Channel offers enough opinion.Fox is becoming the latest television news operation to stake out digital turf. Its new subscription-based service is designed to roll out most of its new offerings in daytime hours, after “Fox & Friends” and before the prime-time lineup of Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham.Besides the known Fox personalities, Fox Nation will feature conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren and a show called “UN-PC” hosted by Britt McHenry and Tyus.Fox is hoping that its loyal fans will pay six dollars a month to keep the opinions flowing.The Associated Press Fox begins digital service for people who want more opinion by The Associated Press Posted Nov 26, 2018 8:41 am PDT
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