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late on Saturday night and continue to cause flooding and strong wind gusts throughout Sunday.

The news of problems facing the eastern region of New York comes as The Weather Channel revealed a report detailing the problems coastal flooding will provide for areas of New York City through to 2050 in terms of coastal flooding; New York City remains at great risk of coastal flooding because of the problems caused by Superstorm Sandy in reducing the natural defences of “The Big Apple”.

The Washington Post reports New England will bear the brunt of the extreme weather caused by a cold front descending from the north combining with the remnants of potential tropical storm Philippe to create a powerful “weather bomb” duping between four and six inches of rain on the Northeast.

Rainstorms will be joined by the powerful winds associated with a tropical storm reaching an estimated 50 to 60 mph across much of the affected area of the Northeast; portions of Eastern New York, Maine, New Jersey,
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and New England will all be affected by heavy rainfall and strong winds which have the potential to cause damage across the areas identified by the National Weather Service as being in the path of this potential storm. due to the potential for coastal flooding have resulted in many meteorologists believing coastal flooding will only add to the problems already facing the nation following a hurricane season was seen as one of the worst in living memory.

Coastal residents in areas of Long Island through to Eastern Maine have been warned to expect flood waters rising between one to three feet above dry land over the course of Sunday.

All regions of the Northeast will see at least one heavy downpour of rain with the New England area identified as the most likely area for major damage and flooding to take place.

late on Saturday night and continue to cause flooding and strong wind gusts throughout Sunday.

The news of problems facing the eastern region of New York comes as The Weather Channel revealed a report detailing the problems coastal flooding will provide for areas of New York City through to 2050 in terms of coastal flooding; New York City remains at great risk of coastal flooding because of the problems caused by Superstorm Sandy in reducing the natural defences of “The Big Apple”.

The Washington Post reports New England will bear the brunt of the extreme weather caused by a cold front descending from the north combining with the remnants of potential tropical storm Philippe to create a powerful “weather bomb” duping between four and six inches of rain on the Northeast.

Rainstorms will be joined by the powerful winds associated with a tropical storm reaching an estimated 50 to 60 mph across much of the affected area of the Northeast; portions of Eastern New York, Maine, New Jersey,
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and New England will all be affected by heavy rainfall and strong winds which have the potential to cause damage across the areas identified by the National Weather Service as being in the path of this potential storm. due to the potential for coastal flooding have resulted in many meteorologists believing coastal flooding will only add to the problems already facing the nation following a hurricane season was seen as one of the worst in living memory.

Coastal residents in areas of Long Island through to Eastern Maine have been warned to expect flood waters rising between one to three feet above dry land over the course of Sunday.

All regions of the Northeast will see at least one heavy downpour of rain with the New England area identified as the most likely area for major damage and flooding to take place.

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CARLSBAD and PETALUMA, Calif. Nortek Security Control (NSC) and Core Brands yesterday announced a merger.

Mike O’Neal leads the new combined company, operating under the NSC brand, as its president. The companies are currently being integrated, O’Neal told Security Systems News, and the process should be mostly finalized by the end of the year.

Nortek Security Control provides smart connected devices and systems for residential, security, access control, and digital health markets. The company’s brands include 2GIG, GoControl, Linear, Mighty Mule and Numera. Core Brands focuses on control, audio, power management, connectivity and video distribution through its brands ELAN, SpeakerCraft, Gefen, Niles, Panamax, Proficient, Furman, Sunfire and Xantech. Both companies are subsidiaries of Melrose Industries, which purchased Nortek Inc. in 2016.

The merger is “part of a larger plan that Melrose has to help reposition all of the businesses as a stronger competitor, long term, in the smart home, security space,” O’Neal said.

“We’ve consolidated into one organizational unit under access control, audio video, home control,
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security all of it,” O’Neal said. All of these items, within the Internet of Things, fit into residential, small to medium businesses, and commercial environments, he noted.

“Pulling together the engineering and the product management capabilities to be able to think about the business in a broader context and not in a more narrow perspective,” O’Neal said. “We can make the best garage door opener in the world, but if it doesn’t connect, then it’s going to have very limited life. The same thing will be true of any of the products that we sell today.”

Core Brands president, Joe Roberts, is now NSC’s executive vice president of marketing and innovation, responsible for driving product vision across the new company. “The market is demanding a broader range of solutions that work better together across product categories, and this is a major focus of our innovation,” Roberts said in a prepared statement. “In particular, our 2GIG and ELAN integration creates opportunities that perfectly address the connected smart home market and the evolving needs of our customers.”

Being under the same parent company has made the companies’ integration easier because of commonalities in processes, such as financial management, legal management and manufacturing, O’Neal noted.

“The significant thing here, for us and for everyone, is that this entire market that we’re dealing with is going to morph significantly in the next five or so years, and we need to be prepared to move with the market wherever it goes,” he said.

O’Neal continued, “We have the capabilities, we have a significant number of engineers, a factory, distribution, some good brands, lots of good stable products and I think this is part of preparing us for being a stronger competitor as that market shifts and as people and customers start to demand more from their smart systems.”
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Installed SQLite net extensions nuget ( to be able to handle relationships through attributes )First problem, while using the SQLite net in combination with SQLite net extensions, the SQLConnection method needs an extra parameter to identify for what platform you want to run SQLite.

So what you see in most tutorials:

But where do we find this SQLitePlatformWinRT implementation? Well there is a nuget for this too! BUT alas in Universal this won load because of the Windows Phone project that is also inside the shared solution.

Only way to circumvent this is by copy/pasting the source code, because the code is correct for both platforms in an Universal setup!

Second problem, when doing all this, everything works great but I was unable to check if the database exists after I created it with the SQLConnection method!
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Three years later, she realized: Adigun wasn’t retiring she was readying for a new sport. And her years competing as a 100 meter hurdler were great preparation what would come next.

“It was the speed and the power and the strength that I needed to be able to be a successful bobsled athlete,” she said.

Adigun, 31, soon convinced fellow former runners Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga to join the team as brakemen. But they wouldn’t just be newcomers to the sport.

The trio will represent Nigeria as the country fields its first ever bobsled team at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. The team is also a first, men’s or women’s, for the entire continent of Africa.

Yes, they get the comparisons to “Cool Runnings” the 1993 film based on the true story of the Jamaica’s first bobsled team, which was male, that competed in the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary, Canada and say it’s a legacy they embrace and a following they hope to emulate.

But the peppy pioneers, all American born and whose parents emigrated from Nigeria, said they also look forward to representing a positive story about their motherland.

“Nigerians are so excited to see the country being represented,” said Adigun, a Chicago native who is also a three time national track champion for Nigeria. “I realized exactly what was a void from the country of Nigeria, from the continent of Africa, and for women in general being represented.”

Onwumere, 26, agreed: “To be the first to do anything is, I think, it’s just something that you can’t really explain.”

Their story will likely take on added meaning next month, after President Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Africa’s “shithole countries.”

Their journey to South Korea has also been a fast one. Three years ago, the team was little more than an idea, a “crazy but amazing journey,” said Adigun, the driver in role and personality who also helped recruit and coach Onwumere, who hails from Dallas, at their alma mater, the University of Houston.

Once her teammates were on board, Olympic rules required them to operate under a national governing body. None existed.

The Bobsled and Skeleton Federation of Nigeria was formed. A GoFund Me campaign was created in 2016, and the team raised more than $75,000 in 14 months to pay for necessities like helmets, uniforms, travel and their first sled a wooden vessel affectionately named “The Maeflower.” They began practicing in Houston, without snow.

The team’s popularity soon attracted Visa and Under Armour as sponsors. To qualify for the Winter Games, the women had to complete five races. They met their goal in November.

The team said they’re excited to walk into the stadium in Pyeongchang next month and have been working hard to be competitive as rookies among a pool of talented and experienced bobsledders. Their main goal is to be an example for their country and for women in the sport.

A medal is almost too much to think of, said Omeoga, 26, who ran track at the University of Minnesota.

“That actually has never even crossed my mind yet,” she said. “I’m just taking things one day at a time: Don’t get too ahead of yourself, don’t get too behind yourself, don’t sell yourself short on anything.”.
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2GIG, known for its Go!Control system, is a manufacturer of security and home automation equipment. The company was launched in 2009 by two former Honeywell employees.Nortek’s Linear business helped develop the 2GIG Go!Control product. Linear was in the news a couple of weeks ago when it purchased a line of Z Wave enabled products.”Our partnership with 2GIG goes back about five years. We worked with 2GIG on developing the original panel as well as the systems that have evolved around that panel,” Mike O’Neal, president of Linear, told Security Systems News. “We have a very tight working relationship.”O’Neal is excited about now being able to bring 2GIG products “to a whole range of new dealers and distributors.”Vivint was 2GIG’s largest customer and will now become Linear’s largest customer, and Linear is looking forward to “continuing to work with [Vivint] as they move through and innovate around the security industry moving forward,” O’Neal said. The deal includes a five year supply agreement with Vivint.He said Linear’s purchase of a Z Wave line is indicative of how it is looking at “other possibilities and finding products that complement what we view as the future of the security industry.”Will that mean more acquisitions? Perhaps. “We may buy, license, build or develop [new offerings], but you’ll see a lot coming from us in the next 18 to 24 months,” he said.”This is an absolute perfect fit for 2GIG,” Lance Dean, 2GIG co founder told SSN in an email interview. “We’ve known Nortek/Linear from the very beginning. They’ve been an instrumental part of our success.””This will allow us to become a major player in the space for years to come. Nortek/Linear brings tremendous resources and capabilities they’re a manufacturing organization and they have a tremendous suite of products. There are so many synergies between the two groups,” Dean said.2GIG is currently owned by Blackstone. Blackstone acquired 2GIG in December, the same time it acquired Vivint.While 2GIG was never owned by Vivint, the two companies have had a long association. They shared some of the same investors before the Blackstone acquisition: Goldman Sachs, Jupiter Partners,
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Peterson Partners and Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen.Vivint is also the largest single customer for 2GIG’s products, although in 2012, 2GIG derived more revenue from its 2,000 other dealers than from Vivint. The company sold more than 300,000 systems, with about 160,000 to customers other than Vivint, according to Todd Santiago, president of 2GIG.Duane Paulson, Linear SVP, product and market development, said Linear’s philosophy is to “connect and be in control” of the three product pillars: security, access control and integrated systems, and health and wellness. Linear is a major provider of PERS products.”All of the products [now and in the future] will link into the residential security control system, the commercial access control system or what evolves out of our PERS business,” Paulson said.The entire 2GIG team, including Lance Dean, will join Linear. The exception is Santiago who will join Vivint in the newly created position of chief sales officer. He will begin transitioning to Vivint during the next few weeks.”I’ll assume responsibility for existing and future sales verticals at Vivint,” Santiago said. “We have our sights set on additional sales verticals, including commercial and international expansion.”Lance Dean said: “Todd has been a huge part of why 2GIG has been so successful . It has been great having him as my partner these past four years. He has a great opportunity and I know he’ll do a great job in his next role and we will miss him.”The Nortek acquisition of 2GIG will be financed with a combination of cash on hand and Nortek’s credit facility. It is subject to regulatory approval. Executives expect the deal to close in the next 30 days.
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Conor McGregor has had an unforgettable 2017, including the birth of his first child and making a lot of money, an awful lot of money.

The two weight UFC champion made his first foray into professional boxing to take on Floyd Mayweather and it was a very profitable venture indeed for the 29 year old Irishman.

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McGregor may have lost by 10th round stoppage, but that didn stop him raking in a $30m (23m) purse for the fight with the American all time great.

That was clearlyThe Notorious biggest purse of his career, but his actual earnings from the fight were far more and sent his net worth through the roof.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor earned each other a lot of cash (Picture: Getty Images)

Due to a cut of the pay per view earnings for the fight, McGregor is thought to have actually earned in the region of $100m (76m), McGregor claiming he earned closer to$140m (106m).

Official figures have never been confirmed, but it is thought that Mayweather vs McGregor sold over 4.5m pay per views, whilst earning over $55m (42m) from the live gate.

As a result, Celebrity Net Worthrate McGregor net worth at $85m (65m) after taxes and percentage of his earnings he had to pay his trainer and rest of his team.

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The UFC lightweight champion has already predicted that he will be ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo on the 2018 Forbes Highest Paid Athletes after the Portuguese topped the 2017 list.

McGregor said at the launch of his documentary Notorious: was number one last year,
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I was number 24 with $34m (25.5m) in revenue.

year, if it stands as is, Floyd will be number one, I be number two, and Ronaldo will be number three (on the Forbes list).

I fight one or two more times I will overtake him (Mayweather).

It took just that opening weekend for the film to become the highest grossing Irish made documentary of all time at the Irish box office.

If he does return to the organisation then he will get an awful lot more than that and he wants to ensure that by receiving a stake in the ownership of the company.

want equity. I want ownership. I want to be a true partner, similar to the way I was in the Floyd fight. I was a promoter and I was a fighter, and that must continue for me to continue. would be the first time a deal like that had been done in the UFC, but president Dana White has not ruled it out, saying, will get a deal done.
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Seun Adigun told herself her athletic career was done after she ran her last race at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. But for some reason, she couldn’t bring herself to tell the world.

Three years later, she realized: Adigun wasn’t retiring she was readying for a new sport. And her years competing as a 100 meter hurdler were great preparation what would come next.

“It was the speed and the power and the strength that I needed to be able to be a successful bobsled athlete,” she said.

Adigun, 31, soon convinced fellow former runners Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga to join the team as brakemen. The team is also a first, men’s or women’s, for the entire continent of Africa.

Yes, they get the comparisons to “Cool Runnings” the 1993 film based on the true story of the Jamaica’s first bobsled team, which was male, that competed in the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary, Canada and say it’s a legacy they embrace and a following they hope to emulate.

But the peppy pioneers, all American born and whose parents emigrated from Nigeria, said they also look forward to representing a positive story about their motherland.

“Nigerians are so excited to see the country being represented,” said Adigun, a Chicago native who is also a three time national track champion for Nigeria. “I realized exactly what was a void from the country of Nigeria, from the continent of Africa, and for women in general being represented.”

Onwumere, 26, agreed: “To be the first to do anything is, I think, it’s just something that you can’t really explain.”
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