Transfers in stand-by … and slow cooking Signings that do not take off

AND he transfer market this summer was as unique as the year itself. Some different dates, the closing day occurred with the fall well into, much less money has moved than we had become used to in recent years … a different window that has given more and less flashy signings but that, and this does hold true from previous markets, after weeks the murmurs about those who have not yet debuted or whose feelings have not been entirely exciting begin .

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‘Once In A Blue Moon’ Is Happening Again This Halloween

This year, there will be a full moon on Halloween. This makes it a “blue moon,” since it’s the second full moon in one calendar month. This phenomenon usually happens around every 2.7 years. So maybe something that happens “once in a blue moon” isn’t actually that rare after all.

However, the blue moons we know and love — when two full moons can be seen in a month — is a comparatively recent definition.

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Georgia Power CEO to retire in 2021, successor announced

Georgia Power chairman, president and CEO Paul Bowers will retire from his role next year, the electric utility announced Thursday.

The company’s board of directors has elected Chris Womack to succeed Bowers, whose departure is scheduled to coincide with loading the nuclear fuel into the first reactor, Unit 3, at the Vogtle Electric Generating Plant near Waynesboro in April 2021.

Womack is the executive vice president and president of external affairs for Southern Company,

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Tip of the week: Halloween safety


Halloween is coming. Many people view Halloween as a time for fun and treats, dressing up in costumes, and attending spooky parties. It is also a time to be aware and demonstrate extra caution, especially for children, due to the increased foot traffic in low light conditions.

In the United States, children aged 5-14 are more likely to be struck by vehicular traffic while walking on Halloween night compared with other nights of the year.

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Cincinnati Bengals trade Carlos Dunlap to Seattle Seahawks

CINCINNATI — The Bengals’ career sack leader is on the move.

Veteran defensive end Carlos Dunlap has been traded to the Seattle Seahawks for offensive lineman B.J. Finney and a seventh-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft, it was announced Wednesday.

The Seahawks’ defense has allowed the most yards of any team through six games in NFL history, and their pass rush has been a primary issue. The unit has only nine sacks through six games and didn’t even register an official hit on Kyler Murray during an overtime loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night.

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Billy Joe Shaver, singer-songwriter and hero of ‘outlaw’ country, dies at 81

Country music singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, whom Willie Nelson once called “the greatest living songwriter,” died Wednesday at the age of 81.

His friend Connie Nelson said he died Wednesday in his native Texas following a stroke.

Shaver rose to acclaim in 1973 with his debut album, “Old Five and Dimers Like Me,” and was often referred to as part of the “outlaw country” movement of the 1970s along with figures like Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings,

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Another miracle of Madrid in the Champions League

NOr it will be a comeback, like the one from the eighties that turned the Bernabéu into a madhouse against Borussia itself. Nor will it serve to enter a continental final, but the 93rd minute proved once again that Real Madrid is capable of making the impossible come true. He was on the canvas in the 87th minute and the character of the King of Europe appeared to save his neck. He avoided a dramatic defeat,

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Cyberpunk 2077 is delayed again to December 10th

Cyberpunk 2077 is being delayed yet again, this time until December 10th. Developer CD Projekt Red says it’s still working on a launch day patch for the game, which was previously slated for November 19th. It attributes the delay partly to its multiplatform release — which will see the game launch across two generations of console hardware, PC, and Google Stadia.

“The biggest challenge for us right now is shipping the game on current-gen,

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Modric continues making merits to renew

AND he Real Madrid this season must settle the future of two of its most emblematic players: Sergio Ramos and Modric. In the case of the Croatian, who received a shirt with his 350 matches in white from the hands of Florentino Pérez on the plane back to Madrid , his match against Barça has served to verify that if Madrid is capable of dosing and caring for his number 10, there is not one like it and it would be a mistake to leave for free in June since his contract ends.

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Silverado Fire in Southern California critically injures two firefighters as it doubles in size

(CNN)Two firefighters suffered critical injuries Monday as they battled a fast-growing wildfire in Southern California.

The men suffered second- and third-degree burns while battling the Silverado Fire near Irvine, Orange County Fire Authority Chief Brian Fennessy told reporters.
The fire almost quadrupled in size later in the day, according to the fire authority, growing to 7,200 acres with no containment.

Fennessy visited the injured firefighters in the emergency room, but was unable to talk with the firefighters,

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