However, there will be many more pieces to choose from when the other two drop in December and January. “I’m actually most excited for the second and third drop, so definitely keep an eye out!”Listen on Spotify to Get Tressed With Us to get the details of every hair love affair in Hollywood, from the hits and misses on the red carpet to your favorite celebrities’ street style ‘dos (and don’ts!) – Advertisement – “My style is more reflected in the glamier pieces. Sophia’s is a little more street style-oriented. And my sister Aurora is a little bit more boho.”The first of the three drops launched on October 27, and is filled with cozy knits, chic loungewear and basically anything else you’d want to wear to feel good while working from home. “When I was coming up with designs for this it was the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic and I really didn’t think there would be a time in the near future where we’d be able to get out of the house at all.”- Advertisement – But Sophia lucked out! “When it was Sophia’s turn for prom I had actually just won Miss Universe, so Sophia wore my Miss Universe dress. So extra! The youngest always gets so spoiled,” Olivia tells Us.With that being said, Olivia understands. After all, she says she always used to sneak into Aurora’s room to try on her clothes while her big sis was out on Friday nights. “Literally just to pretend I was her. It was my favorite thing to do.”Sophia Culpo, Olivia Culpo and Aurora Culpo promote their Culpo x INC line for Macys MacysSuch a love for clothes and fashion makes the sisters a natural fit for collection collaborators. “This was the first project we ever did as a family.” Though it did come with its difficulties thanks to their incredibly varied tastes, they were able to combine each of their senses of fashion to create a cohesive collection filled with something for everyone!- Advertisement – Olivia Culpo, Sophia Culpo and Aurora Culpo promote their Culpo x INC line for Macys MacysOlivia Culpo and her sisters, Aurora and Sophia, are just like Us and share their clothes. Even the former Miss Universe’s pageant dress!“For my prom I never bought anything. My mom always made me wear my older sister’s stuff,” the 28-year-old model tells Us while talking about the trio’s new Culpos x INC collection with Macys. “I always just had to wear what Aurora wore.”Olivia Culpo, Aurora Culpo and Sophia Culpo promote their Culpo x INC line for Macys Macys- Advertisement –
The Huawei Nova 8 SE has been fitted with 128GB of onboard storage. Connectivity options include 5G (High Edition only), 4G, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS/ A-GPS, and a USB Type-C port for charging. The Nova 8 SE is backed by a 3,800mAh battery that supports 66W fast charging. Sensors on board include gravity sensor, compass, ambient light sensor, and proximity sensor. There is also an in-display fingerprint scanner on the Huawei Nova 8 SE. Lastly, the phone measures 161.6×74.8×7.46mm and weighs about 178 grams.Is OnePlus 8T the best ‘value flagship’ of 2020? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. Huawei Nova 8 SE has been launched in China as the first phone in the Huawei Nova 8 series. It is the successor to the Huawei Nova 7 SE that launched in April this year. The Huawei Nova 8 SE comes in two editions, a standard and a ‘High Edition’, and the two models come with different octa-core processors. The Huawei Nova 8 SE High Edition comes with 5G support while the standard does not. Apart from this, there are no other differences between the two editions of the phone.Huawei Nova 8 SE priceThe Huawei Nova 8 SE standard edition is priced at CNY 2,599 (roughly Rs. 29,100) for the lone 8GB + 128GB variant while the Huawei Nova 8 SE High Edition is priced at CNY 2,699 (roughly Rs. 30,200) for the same 8GB + 128GB configuration. The phone is offered in Deep Sea Blue, Magic Night Black, Silver Moon Stars, and Sakura Snow Clear Sky. It is currently up for pre-booking in China and will go on sale starting November 11.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Huawei has not shared any information on international availability, including India.Huawei Nova 8 SE specificationsThe Huawei Nova 8 SE runs EMUI 10.1 based on Android 10. It features a 6.53-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) OLED display. The Nova 8 SE High Edition is powered by the octa-core Dimensity 800U SoC while the standard edition comes with the octa-core Dimensity 720 SoC. Both are powered by the Mali-G57 GPU and come with 8GB of RAM.In terms of optics, the Huawei Nova 8 SE packs a quad rear camera setup that includes a 64-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.9 lens, an 8-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide-angle f/2.4 lens, a 2-megapixel depth sensor with an f/2.4 lens, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor with an f/2.4 lens. The setup supports 10x digital zoom and 4K video recording. On the front, the phone comes with a 16-megapixel selfie shooter with f/2.0 aperture housed in the tiny notch.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
– Advertisement – Adams subsequently took to her Instagram Stories.Tayshia Adams ABC/Craig Sjodin“I am dating 20 men on ABC, every single week, so the fact that we are continuously talking about my past relationship that was I don’t know, three years ago, I don’t get understand it,” she said. “He’s living his life, I’m living my life. … Why don’t we leave him alone?”The reality TV personality went on to dance to “Smile (Living My Best Life)” by Ball Greezy, Snoop Dogg and Midnight Star.- Advertisement – Adams was previously married to Bourelle, whom she met in college, from February 2016 to October 2017. After the Bachelor in Paradise alum opened up about her divorce on the Tuesday, November 10, episode of The Bachelorette, a TikTok user pointed out that Bourelle’s name was included in the trailer for the rest of the season.“It’s only a matter of time before she realizes the truth,” a man is heard saying in the teaser. In the closed captioning for a promo posted by ABC via Twitter on Tuesday, the man is labeled as Bourelle.- Advertisement – While Adams seemingly shut down that theory on Friday, she has been candid about her past marriage since Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor.Josh Bourelle Courtesy of D&J Roofing Inc./Instagram“I actually married my first boyfriend, and I was with him for about six years or so. I guess I could, kind of, sense we weren’t doing very well. And I think that’s why I fought so hard just to try to do as much as I possibly could [to save the marriage],” she told Underwood during the 2019 season. “Being a Christian woman, you get married once and that’s gonna be it. You know, you expect that from your partner as well. But you can’t make someone want to be married, you know? It’s the toughest thing I’ve gone through, and I think that’s what’s made me so strong and fearless.”During Tuesday’s episode, Adams opened up to contestant Brendan Morais, who was also married before the show.“My identity was him. But unfortunately, it was infidelity and other issues — not on my part — and then we got divorced and I too felt like I failed,” she said. “I too felt embarrassed and ashamed and that fear of, ‘Our parents going to be upset, our friends are going to be upset.’”While chatting exclusively with Us Weekly before Tuesday’s episode, Adams noted that she hasn’t heard from Bourelle about her new gig.“Oh my gosh, no, I have not,” she told Us. “And even if I have, I’m on cloud nine right now, just let a girl live!”The Bachelorette airs on ABC Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants Over it. Tayshia Adams shut down fan chatter about her ex-husband, Josh Bourelle, after Bachelor Nation was convinced he was going to make an appearance on season 16 of The Bachelorette.“Don’t forget to stretch before you reach,” the 30-year-old former phlebotomist commented on an Instagram post about Bourelle on Friday, November 13. “CAN WE MOVE ON PLEASE AND STOP REACHING!!! Leave him alone this [is] about my journey and not my past!”- Advertisement –
If only 50% of animals are registered, “It is not a workable system,” Johanns said. “But I think producers . . . understand that, and my hope is that they will embrace what we are offering, which is a voluntary approach.” Apr 6 USDA news release The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) began working on its National Animal Identification System (NAIS) after the first US case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease, was discovered in December 2003. After that case and the two subsequent BSE cases, it took investigators weeks or longer to trace other cattle that might have been exposed to the disease. An implementation plan released by the USDA yesterday calls for registration of 70% of premises and identification of 40% of animals by January 2008. By January 2009, the USDA aims to have all facilities registered and identification procedures in place for all newborn animals. In addition, the agency hopes to have complete movement data available for 60% of animals under 1 year old by that time. Under the current plan, industry participation in the NAIS is voluntary, but Johanns said it could become mandatory if producers and other industry groups are slow to sign on. The USDA has authority to make the program mandatory without new legislation, he told reporters. The NAIS is a cooperative and voluntary effort of the federal government, states, Indian tribes, and industry. Under the plan, each newborn animal will get a 15-digit identification number linked to its birthplace. The plan also calls for the registration of all livestock premisesfarms, feedlots, sale barns, packing plants, and other facilitiescoupled with the creation of animal tracking databases managed by the states and industry groups. “A national animal ID system will dramatically improve our ability to respond to animal disease outbreaks,” Johanns said at the news conference. The system “will help animal health officials identify the birthplace of a diseased animal and shorten the time required to trace the animal’s history to identify other potentially exposed animals.” Parts of the system are already built. Registration of premises was under way in all 50 states and two territories by August 2005, and 235,000 premises, roughly 10% of the total, have registered, USDA officials said. Also, animal identification began last month. USDA NAIS sitehttp://www.aphis.usda.gov/traceability/ “A long-term goal is to be able to identify all animals and premises that have had direct contact with the disease of concern within 48 hours of discovery,” Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns said at a press conference on the plan. Given the scale of the program, the USDA’s implementation schedule is “very amibitious,” Johanns said. “We are asking the industry, not just cattle but in other areas, to really change how they look at things.” See also: The USDA has spent about $84 million on the system so far, said Johanns. Yesterday the USDA released technical standards to provide for the linkage of private animal tracking databases with the NAIS. The agency will sign agreements with private databases that meet the standards, officials said. Johanns described the NAIS as an enormous undertaking. “At any given time you have 90 to 100 million head of cattle in the United States. There has never been a system put in place that would deal with that kind of magnitude,” he said. “We are talking about a system that literally says from the time of their birth through the entire chain, we will trace that animal until we can ascertain where the animal was finally processed.” Apr 7, 2006 (CIDRAP News) Under a schedule laid out yesterday by federal agriculture officials, a nationwide livestock identification system to help in the investigation and control of animal disease outbreaks will be fully operational by 2009. By early next year, the USDA expects to have a system in place that will permit state and federal animal health officials to query the NAIS and private databases during disease investigations. The system will be called the Animal Trace Processing or Metadata system, the agency said. The primary focus of the NAIS now is on cattle, officials said. But working groups are looking at the extension of the system to other species, including swine, sheep and goats, horses, deer and elk, and even llamas, said Dr. John Clifford, the USDA’s chief veterinarian. Johanns said the US livestock industry will need the tracking system to stay competitive with other beef exporters, such as Australia and Canada. “Traceability is being used as a marketing tool by several countries,” he said. “For example, Australia is aggressively marketing animal traceability to gain a competitive advantage over us.” Transcript of Apr 6 USDA news conference Newspaper reports have described cattle producers as wary of the plan, particularly the cost of the identification tags and the privacy of data. Meanwhile, some consumer groups have pressed the USDA to move faster and to make the plan mandatory.
Yesterday, the CNTB Tourist Board selected new directors of CNTB offices abroad, from whom it expects a strong contribution in Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Sweden, Hungary, Slovakia and especially in the Chinese market, where CNTB is opening its office for the first time. He has been appointed to the position of Director of the Representation of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Austria, based in Vienna Branimir Tončinić, na radno mjesto Direktora predstavništva Hrvatske turističke zajednice u Češkoj sa sjedištem u Pragu imenovan je Dubravko Miholić, she was appointed to the position of Director of the Representation of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Slovenia with its headquarters in Ljubljana Metka Bradetić, was appointed Director of the Representation of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Sweden, based in Stockholm Vedran Sušić, na radno mjesto Direktora predstavništva Hrvatske turističke zajednice u Mađarskoj sa sjedištem u Budimpešti imenovana je Ivana Herceg and she was appointed Director of the Representation of the Croatian National Tourist Board in China based in Shanghai Franka Gulin for a period of three years.Thus, the network was completed with the new or re-election of old directors of the CNTB’s foreign missions abroad. We remind you that the following directors of the representative office were appointed for new mandates in September last year: Nera Miličić for Germany (head of the Munich branch), Viviana Vukelic for Italy (also covers the Spanish market), Agnieszka Anna Puszczewicz for Poland, Romeo Draghicchio for Germany (re-election), Danijela Mihalić Đurica for France (re-election), Ivan Novak for Benelux (re-election), Ina Rodin for the USA (also covers the Canadian market) – (re-election) and Rajko Ruzicka for Russia (covers Ukraine and other markets in the region) – (re-election)
The Electoral Assembly of Vinistra unanimously supported the most important strategic document for the development of Istrian winemaking and viticulture. Istria thus became the first wine region in Croatia to make such a step forward and adopt a strategy for the development of winemaking and viticulture until 2030.Retaining the status of the region’s leader in winemaking and viticulture, increasing exports and competitiveness, strengthening the brand and following global marketing trends – are some of the most important goals of the Strategy for the Development of Istrian Viticulture and Enology until 2030, unanimously adopted in Porec at the Vinistra Electoral Assembly.During a quarter of a century of existence of the Association of Istrian Winemakers and Winegrowers, Istrian wine from an unrecognizable product has become a brand, Istrian winemakers have a world-renowned product, their wineries are attractive tourist destinations, and wine is one of the first three motives for tourists.An important role in the promotion of Istrian wines was played by Vinistra, the most popular and longest-running Croatian wine exhibition focusing on indigenous varieties of Malvasia and Teran, which delighted the most famous wine critics and marketing experts such as Steven Spurrier, Oz Clarke and Tony Hodges.In short, the goal of the Strategy is to strengthen the Istrian wine brand on the world wine scene. In the past 25 years, Istria has made the most in winemaking and viticulture in Croatia. The time has come for a new step forward. The basic motive in the development of the Strategy is the desire to maintain a leading position in Croatia and the region, but also to increase the number of arrivals of wine lovers from around the world who will visit Istria and enjoy our wines.”, Said Nikola Benvenuti, the new-old president of Vinistra, whose mandate for four years was unanimously reaffirmed at the Electoral Assembly.The strategy was developed with the strong support of the County of Istria and in cooperation with Vinistra, an association with 130 members who have a clear vision of what Istria should look like as a wine region in 2030. “Today, Istria has about 3200 hectares under vineyards and annually produces more than 20 million liters of wine, and much has already been done in terms of investing in vineyards and new agricultural techniques, so this document is an additional wind in the back for more than 130 Istrian winemakers and vineyard”, Concludes Benvenuti.Other regions also have vineyards and olive groves, maybe even better predispositions, but to have top quality it is necessary to work in the long run, educate yourself, network, raise technology and knowledge, and finally brand the whole story, which is extremely difficult in today’s world of wine and strong competition. . However, Istria started 25 years ago, a Master Plan for the development of tourism in the Istrian County was made, the Vinistra… association was founded, and today they are only reaping the fruits of many years of work and effort.Today, Istria, as the strongest enogastronomic region in Croatia, has its own edition of the Michelin guide, Michelin-starred restaurants and recommendations, Istria has been declared the best olive growing region in the world, and they are on the trail in terms of top quality wine. Nothing is accidental, not even the fact that Istria is our main tourist region and decades ahead of others in Croatia.RELATED NEWS:NIKOLA BENVENUTI, VINISTRA: ISTRIAN WINERS HAVE LONG RECOGNIZED THE STRENGTH OF THE BRAND, THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY AND ASSOCIATION FOR POSITIONING ON THE WINE MAP OF THE WORLDSAŠA ŠPIRANEC: WINERS MUST BE ORGANIZED IN FOUR GREAT ASSOCIATIONS: SLAVONIA, DALMATIA, ISTRIA AND KVARNER, AND HILLY CROATIAISTRIA FOR THE THIRD TIME IN A ROW IS DECLARED THE BEST QUALITY EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE REGION IN THE WORLDISTRIA GOT ITS MICHELIN GUIDE
The initiative for the establishment of the association was created in September at the instigation of the Tourist Board of the “Central Podravina” area and several guides. The purpose of founding the association is to form a body that will actively work on raising the reputation of tourist guides, educating members and locals, the quality of tourist guide services, creating tourist products, connecting tourism holders and promoting tourism in Podravina and Prigorje. Cover photo: Central Podravina Tourist Board About thirty members gathered at the founding assembly, who, among other things, elected the bodies of the association. Ivan Generalić was elected president, Petra Rep was elected deputy, Ksenija Jug is the secretary of the association, and Ivanka Ferenčić Martinčić, Tomislav Embreuš and Ana Čimin are on the supervisory board. Katarina Sitarić was chosen as the liquidator of the association. Photo: Association of Tourist Guides of Podravina and Prigorje The founders believe that the formal association in a professional association can contribute to the overall development of the tourist offer of Podravina and Prigorje, and the first activities start in the first half of March when they announce training “Api tourism from A to Z” in cooperation with the Tourist Board “Središnja Podravina” and Beekeeping Institute of Slovenia. The Association of Tourist Guides of Podravina and Prigorje can be joined by anyone who wants to get to know the rich natural and cultural heritage and actively participate in the creation of new tourist products and promote Podravina and Prigorje. You can contact the association via the following e-mail address: email@example.com DESPITE THE PROBLEMS SUFFERED BY TOURIST GUIDES HIGHLY AFFECT THE REPUTATION OF THE COUNTRY IN THE WORLD RELATED NEWS: Yesterday, on the International Day of Tourist Guides, the Association of Tourist Guides of Podravina and Prigorje was founded