Stoga smo se odluili upitati hrvatske eurozastupnike kako e sutra glasati. Poslali smo upite svima, a do zakljuenja ovog teksta dobili smo odgovore Dubravke uice i eljane Zovko iz HDZ a odnosno Europske puke stranke (EPP), te Biljane Borzan i Tonina Picule iz SDP a odnosno frakcije Socijalista i demokrata (S je bila jasna, glasat e za ovakvu verziju Direktive: to. Zbog zatite hrvatske glazbe, kulture i malih izdavaa koji drukije nee preivjeti tiraniju mediokriteta.
For those of you that haven’t tried yet I can say that it takes a while getting use to. The good thing is of course that you now can read but in the beginning this doesn’t really make up for the inconvenient it means to wear them. The glasses are sliding about on you nose and you also see the glasses close in front of you which is annoying at first because you are not used too have something so close in front of your eyes..
Same here. The biggest thing is they don slip off when you take your sneakers/ loafers off. The sticky stuff on the heel works very well. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileYesterday we mentioned the criticism of a Times of London story which included the assertion that running two Google searches released the same amount of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere as boiling a kettle of tea. Now a new critic has emerged: the Harvard physicist and green website founder to whom the statement was attributed.Alex Wissner Gross told TechWorldNews his research was focused on the CO2 released whenever someone visits an internet site, and had nothing to do with Google.Specifically, his study found that about 20 milligrams of carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere for every second that an average website is viewed. That information is in the Times story, but was buried under the information on the carbon footprint merits of tea drinking versus Googling.But as for that origin of the “two Google searches = one cup of tea” equation, Wissner Gross told TechWorldNews he’s as confused as anybody.”I have no idea where they got those statistics,” Wissner Gross said.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews.
VALENTIN RYBAKOV, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Belarus, called for the universal adherence to the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT), saying that, without the participation of all countries, the international community would remain far from reaching the goal of staunching proliferation. Implementation of the NPT had shown little progress to date, he said, pointing in particular to the lack of implementation of the 2010 NPT Review Conference Action Plan. Ahead of the 2015 NPT Review Conference, the international community must ensure that the outcome was not a “vague compromise” that merely reprinted the 2010 document.