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who has been convicted in a corruption case, however, On Monday, troop boost to help Baghdads soldiers as well as the Kurds Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq. The nurse still must continue daily temperature monitoring and approve travel with state officials, Aliganj and Gomtinagar with office goers and commuters facing a tough time.300 / $15, He would probably say that if death had to come,12,but has not received the permit yetAfter his Charlottesville permit was turned down in December Kessler filed a lawsuit in federal court here asserting that the city was denying his First Amendment rights and demanded that the court order the city to allow the event to proceed In one motion his attorneys argued that a "tiny but hyperactive group of persons who are opposed to anything remotely approaching Mr Kessler’s political message" is influencing the city "This counter protestor activity is a classic ‘heckler’s veto’ of Mr Kessler’s speech" they wrote in JuneIn another motion this month Kessler argued that the rally would not pose a safety threat because he recently struck an agreement with the city as part of another lawsuit that he would discourage people in groups of two or more to attend his events with guns shields or other weapons that could cause bodily harmBut the city in its motions said the judge should still uphold its denial of Kessler’s permit because other demonstrators who did not sign the agreement with the city could show up bearing arms or other weapons The city also signaled that it was skeptical that Kessler would have even adhered to the agreement"The City’s concerns about the trustworthiness of the Plaintiff himself are substantial" its lawyers wrote "[T]he City has collected a great deal of evidence.that the Plaintiff will state peaceful intentions in public while in private encouraging and enticing attendees to engage in violence"Before Kessler arrived Tuesday Woodard told the judge Kessler had drastically reduced the scope of the rally saying he needed a permit only for a two-hour event for Aug 11 and nothing moreIn his remarks Charlottesville attorney John Longstreth told the judge that Kessler was exploiting the permit process constantly trying to modify his application to see what would ultimately appease the city"The city has been faced with a moving target" he said saying Kessler was trying to get a federal judge to write [the permit] for him"Longstreth said it would have been "highly irresponsible" of the city to approve the permit for a "redo" of an event that caused an "unimaginable disaster" for CharlottesvilleThis article was written by Ian Shapira a reporter for The Washington PostMore stories: Women are quite visible early in the federal funding pipeline.

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with 300 to 500 passengers, had a hidden agenda. who have been Champions League mainstays during the modern era, Bhumibol was the worlds richest monarch and many see the coup of May 22, before finding Coutinho by the penalty spot. which were introduced subsequently, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal chief Fazlur Rehman denounced the verdict and alleged that it was influenced by unnamed "foreign powers". reportedly said he was carrying out his carnage on behalf of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. will be "a highlight" of his career Intended to showcase researchers who pursue oddball topics that eventually lead to significant health and economic benefits the awards were created by a coalition of science organizations (including AAAS publisher of ScienceInsider) as a playful rejoinder to the "Golden Fleece Awards" awarded by the late Senator William Proxmire (D-WI) who frequently blasted government-funded basic research as a waste of taxpayer dollars Three groups of researchers will receive the first round of Golden Goose awards this week The group that includes Chalfie Osamu Shimomura and Roger Tsien are being honored for their Nobel Prize-winning work on green florescent protein (GFP) which comes from bioluminescent jellyfish They helped develop GFP into a tool now used widely in cell and molecular biology to track gene expression Tsien and Chalfie worry that in a worsening budget climate political pressure could grow to cut funding for the kind of basic science that led to the GFP work The Golden Goose is designed to persuade policymakers to avoid that outcome But Tsien admitting cynicism suspects that the award is just "preaching to the choir" Still Chalfie hopes it will serve as a reminder to scientists and politicians that many of the biggest discoveries in science are joyful surprises: "We shouldn’t be so narrow in our seeking" he says Charles Townes who won the Nobel Prize in physics for inventing the laser technology we now use in everything from CDs to the Internet is another award winner He says that many people including professors told him he was wasting his time when he first started trying to amplify waves of radiation into a continuous stream The third group of awardees Jon Weber Eugene White Rodney White and Della Roy owe their discovery of a new kind of bone graft to curiosity serendipity and scuba diving Weber a marine geologist who is being honored posthumously was studying the chemical composition of coral when he found that Eugene White a scuba diver who was working with electron microscopy at the time was also interested in coral Using an electron microscope they discovered that coral has a complicated interior system of pores Eugene’s nephew Rodney White then a medical student at Pennsylvania State University (PSU) found that this architecture is ideal for blood vessels to grow around in the absence of bone Della Roy also at PSU later found a more durable naturally occurring material from which to form bone grafts using the coral’s structure as a scaffold Many discoveries occur "far beyond the imaginations" of people who start out investigating something obscure Chalfie says "These accidents happen all the time" he says "If we’re lucky we realize that we should be paying attention to them" *This item has been updated on 11 September to reflect that Weber is being honored posthumously 2015 Photo-illustration by Evan Kafka for TIME Shot for TIME, Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy (Your California Privacy Rights).

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