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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Wednesday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONDetroit 106, Washington 95OT Phoenix 122, Orlando 120Toronto 106, Miami 104Indiana 129, Atlanta 1212OT Brooklyn 134, Charlotte 132Minnesota 119, Chicago 94Memphis 95, Cleveland 87Dallas 122, New Orleans 119San Antonio 111, Denver 103L.A. Clippers 127, Sacramento 118Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. December 27, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 12/26/18 Written bycenter_img Beau Lundlast_img

first_img View post tag: Navy September 13, 2011 View post tag: Navy’s View post tag: Destroyer View post tag: Naval View post tag: 45 View post tag: Type View post tag: News by topic View post tag: UK View post tag: Newcenter_img View post tag: Royal Training & Education View post tag: London HMS Dauntless became the first of the Royal Navy’s new Type 45 destroyers to visit the capital when she sailed up the Thames on Saturday to the ExCeL Centre in London’s Docklands.The destroyer will be moored outside the exhibition centre where the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEi) exhibition is being held this week.Dauntless will be present at ExCel until Saturday 17 September 2011, and will be on display to the 25,000 visitors from around the globe who travel to London to see over 1,300 defence contractors from over 50 countries.Ships berthed in the vicinity of the ExCeL Centre provide a rare opportunity for international industry at all levels to demonstrate their equipment to potential clients.HMS Dauntless is the second-in-class of the new Type 45 destroyers, and was commissioned in June 2010. She has recently returned from trials and exercises in America where she participated in an annual naval exercise, working alongside warships from France, Russia and the US.Her Commanding Officer, Captain Will Warrender, said:“It is an enormous honour and privilege to be the first Type 45 destroyer to visit London, and to support this prestigious defence and security event.“HMS Dauntless represents the future for the Royal Navy, and is bristling with the newest military technology. The ship represents the finest shipbuilding skills the UK has to offer and is a great example of the high standards and capabilities of the British defence manufacturing base.”Dauntless is the fifth Royal Navy ship to carry the name (not including the one in the first ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film) and was designed primarily to defend multiple assets in an air threat environment. She is also capable of war-fighting in both traditional and littoral (close to the shore) environments.In order to achieve this, she is equipped with the most advanced propulsion system of any navy afloat and has a plethora of technologically-advanced weapons and sensors, including the Sea Viper missile system which encompasses multi-function radar to track and engage with multiple air targets simultaneously – without doubt the most modern and advanced system of its kind in the world.In September 2010, HMS Dauntless became the first Royal Navy warship to fire a Sea Viper missile and was awarded the Grytviken Trophy for anti-air warfare excellence later that year.[mappress]Source: royalnavy, September 13, 2011; Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Navy’s New Type 45 Destroyer Visits London, UK View post tag: visits Royal Navy’s New Type 45 Destroyer Visits London, UK Share this articlelast_img

first_imgLMH JCR played host to an Anne Summers party last Friday evening, which saw girls perusing the latest lingerie and trying out sexual positions as well as being introduced to a diversity of sex toys such as the famous Rampant Rabbit vibrator, edible body paints and massage lotions. LMH lived up to its risque reputation as thirty students, all undergraduates, attended the girls-only event which was organized by Katie Beck, the female welfare officer, and held in the JCR. An attendee who wished to remain nameless told Cherwell that it had been “fun – a good chance to let your hair down”. Although participants had been allowed to try out some of the merchandise, they reported that the sizes were on the whole, “too big.” A raffle also took place in which ticket holders had the chance to win a prize ranging from chocolate body parts to the briefest negligees. Unfortunately, no photos were taken, leaving the male population of the college only guessing at what went on. A source said, “It wasn’t in the spirit of the event to take photographs; that was the whole point.” The party was designed to be a fun, “girly night in,” and is billed on the Anne Summers website as being, “the perfect opportunity to spend the night with your girlfriends, catch up on the latest gossip and shop till you drop…quite literally on the sofa…while having loads of fun all from the comfort of your own home!” The event was a huge success with many ladies making purchases. The organisers are now planning for a repeat of the event party. The LMH bash follows other colleges who are already purported to have hosted similar parties.ARCHIVE: 3rd week TT 2004last_img

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