Until 2007, Scotland’s official slogan was “Scotland, the Best Small Country in the World.” Deciding that wasn’t sufficiently upbeat, the government spent $187,000 on a campaign to come up with something better. “Home of Golf” and “Home of Europe’s Fastest Growing Life Sciences Community” were among the proposed phrases that were rejected. The ultimate choice: “Welcome to Scotland.” I bring this to your attention, Scorpio, because you’re in a favorable phase to rebrand yourself.
Whether you believe in God or not, it doesn’t matter. The message is a universal axiom. The most important message is in the third sentence : “And wisdom to know the difference”. This is by far the biggest use of paper in my daily life. In fact, I have like at least 3 different sizes of Post it notes on my desk at all times. Don ask what the different sizes are for, I just feel like I might need those sometime.
Dockery, Diane and Gary, Superior Court, July 27. Fick, Heather and Rodney, Superior Court, July 29. Fugate, Joseph and Courtney Chambers, Superior Court, July 26. Natural gas powers less than half a million vehicles in the States, said Anddrikk Frazier, regional director of business development for Trillium CNG.Many of those vehicles are in fleets, which have the ability to fuel at a central location and stay in limited geographic regions, keeping them close to the limited number of CNG stations.But CNG also is an option for everyday drivers.Several vehicle manufacturers produce CNG versions of popular cars, including the Honda Civic. Others, like General Motors, plan to release bi fuel versions that can run on natural gas and gasoline in the coming years.Some gasoline vehicles can be converted to CNG, though the process costs $5,000 to $20,000, Frazier said.”People who are conscious of the environment and people who burn a lot of fuel are the ones who will benefit,” Frazier said.initial conversion costs to decline and CNG vehicles to increase, Trillium CNG is building more stations. The company plans to open a second Tampa station, at 50th Street and Columbus Avenue, next year.Government agencies are recognizing the benefits of CNG as well.Construction is under way on a CNG station on 21st Avenue that is expected to be complete by spring.
The death occurred on January l at Padre Pio Nursing Home, Churchtown, of Patrick Walsh, Hill House, Main St, Kildorrery. The late Pat was very well known in the local area. He was formerly of Grange, Fermoy, and was predeceased by his wife Teresa (Nee Gaffney) His popularity was borne out in the very large attendance at the removal from his home on Tuesday evening to St Bartholomew’s Church, and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Wednesday.