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Equus 5568 Pro-Timing Light with Tool Case


This timing light includes a full range of options designed to meet the demands of DIYers with many of the features that professional installers demand. This pro timing light with tool case works on adjustable and non-adjustable timing systems. It also works on both domestic and import vehicles. This timing light is designed for use with all 12-volt negative-ground vehicles and it may also be used on vehicles equipped with a distributorless ignition systems. It has a four function digital readout and easy-to-read backlit LCD, which includes tachometer ranges from 249 to 9,990 RPM, advance degrees from 0 to 90-degrees, dwell from 0 to 180-degrees, and 2-12 cylinders. It switches from 2 cycles to 4 cycles.

5568) Due to some long-standing haircut trauma, I tend to put off getting it done for ridiculous amounts of time. I seem to have hit a record- it's been almost two years since I had any kind of haircut. I know it harms my ability to pass, but it takes to much from me to work up to actually doing it. Then today, I got a "sir" from a cashier, despite the big ol' ponytail. Still got it.
Clashes as Israel demolishes West Bank settlement homes

Israel demolished two apartment blocks on a West Bank settlement on Wednesday after a court ruled that they had been put up illegally on Palestinian-owned land.

Simultaneously however, the government approved the immediate building of 300 new homes at the same settlement near Ramallah.

That move was not enough to quell the anger of settlers who clashed with security forces at the Beit El site. Water cannon was used on the protesters and arrests and injuries were reported.

LIVE: Settlers, police clash as state begins demolishing illegal… http://t.co/zAQZuOXZja #JPost #IsraelNews pic.twitter.com/gPYz2Cpx6f— The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) 29 Juillet 2015

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office stressed that the new homes would be built in line with a pledge made years ago.

Approval was also granted on Wednesday for hundreds more dwellings in Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem.

Senior Palestine Liberation Organisation Hanan Ashrawi reacted to the developments by denouncing settlement building activities as “war crimes”.


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Dr APJ Kalam and the nuclear deal

A scientist by qualification and a nationalist at heart, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was more than just a master of words. He was one of India’s most eminent scientists. The missile man who led India’s second nuclear test in Pokhran was the Chief scientist of at DRDO when India tested her nuclear power in 1998. Kalam was an open supporter of the Indo-US nuclear deal and played a pivotal role in placing India on the nuclear map.
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Sturdy earnings reports, Greece hopes lift markets

By Sam Forgione

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Greek parliament’s approval of a third bailout program for the debt-stricken country boosted world stock markets, with Wall Street also buoyed by robust corporate earnings, while the U.S. dollar rose on expectations of higher interest rates.

Strong quarterly reports from Netflix and eBay helped push the Nasdaq to a record closing high, while European markets cheered news that the European Central Bank was pressing ahead with its economic stimulus program, had agreed to more funding for Greek banks, and promised further action if needed.

European shares hit a more than six-week high after the parliament in Athens approved austerity measures demanded by its lenders to open talks on the new bailout.

While the political climate in Greece remained fragile, investors were willing to give a cautious thumbs-up to the Greek parliament’s approval of the bailout plan.

“The parliamentary approval boosted prices today,” said Clem Miller, portfolio manager at Wilmington International Funds in Baltimore, Maryland. “There was optimism about the European Central Bank providing more liquidity to Greece, but there is significant ongoing caution about Greek implementation risk.”

MSCI’s all-country world equity index, which tracks shares in 45 nations, was last up 0.69 percent at 431.97.

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average closed up 0.39 percent at 18,120.25. The S&P 500 closed up 0.80 percent at 2,124.29, near a record high. The Nasdaq Composite closed up 1.26 percent at 5,163.184.

The FTSEurofirst 300 index of top regional shares closed up 1.4 percent at 1,608.71, near a more than six-week high of 1,613.61 hit earlier.

The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, rallied to a more than seven-week high of 97.756 on expectations that the Fed will hike rates this year. Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Thursday that an interest rate hike is likely this year, repeating comments from Wednesday made as part of her semi-annual testimony to Congress.

The euro hit $1.08550, a more than seven-week low against the dollar. Short-dated Treasuries prices slipped on the favourable interest rate outlook, with three-year notes last down 3/32 in price to yield 1.04 percent, from a yield of 1 percent late Wednesday. Yields move inversely to prices.

“People are realizing what (Yellen) said, that every meeting is on the table going forward, and thinking maybe we shouldn’t be long the front-end,” said Charles Comiskey, head of Treasuries trading at Bank of Nova Scotia in New York.

Brent crude oil prices rose after a power outage closed the UK’s largest oilfield and as the August contract approached expiration.

Brent crude for August settled up 46 cents at $57.51 a barrel. U.S. light crude settled down 50 cents at $50.91.

Spot gold prices hit an eight-month low of $1,142.10 on the expectations for a 2015 Fed rate hike. U.S. gold futures for August delivery settled down 0.3 percent at $1,143.90 an ounce.[ID:nL4N0ZW2R5]

(Additional reporting by Jamie McGeever in London and Karen Brettell in New York and Tanya Agrawal in Bengaluru; Editing by Nick Zieminski, Bernadette Baum, Chizu Nomiyama)

Costa Rica refuerza sus fronteras por la fuga de "El Chapo"

San José, 13 jul (EFE).- Las autoridades de Migración de Costa Rica ordenaron reforzar las medidas de control en puertos, aeropuertos y puestos fronterizos por la fuga del narcotraficante Joaquín Guzmán “El Chapo” de una cárcel de México el pasado fin de semana.
La Policía Profesional de Migración de Costa Rica dijo este lunes que emitió un comunicado para todos los puestos fronterizos del país para reforzar las medidas de control.
La orden de las autoridades costarricenses afecta a todos los puestos fronterizos terrestres y fluviales, puertos y aeropuertos, incluidos los domésticos, de acuerdo a la información oficial.
Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador también ha reforzado las medidas de seguridad en las fronteras tras la fuga de El Chapo.
El narcotraficante fue capturado por primera vez en Guatemala en 1993 y entregado a México, pero en 2001 se fugó de una cárcel en Guadalajara.
La Interpol decretó la alerta internacional este domingo ante la fuga de El Chapo del penal Altiplano I en el Estado de México (centro), y la medida significa “una solicitud de apoyo” a todas las policías que pertenecen al organismo policial internacional.
“El Chapo” estaba recluido en el penal Altiplano I desde su captura en febrero de 2014 y logró escapar por un túnel de 1,5 kilómetros que conectaba los baños del presidio con un domicilio cercano.
Es su segunda fuga de una cárcel de máxima seguridad mexicana, tras la que protagonizó en enero de 2001. EFE