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Salzburger Grain Mill Max 2020 - Just got it (USA user)

Salzburger Grain Mill Max 2020 - Just got it (USA user) Submitted by route66 on September 17, 2020 - 1:24pm. I figured I would try to contribute somewhat to this great website....The below will read like a diary entry so apologies if that is not the norm around here. I noticed very little information on Salzburger mills and thought I would get something going to help out folks interested in their product.--------------------------Just bought a Grain Mill Max from Salzburger Mills. I...
Tags: Usa, US, Paypal, Austria, Baking, Customs, TNT, Fedex, Salzburger Mills, Salzburger


Lung damage could be permanent for some coronavirus patients, but new scans show significant healing after 12 weeks

Belgian Doctor Ignace Demeyer points to a scanner image of the lungs of a patient suffering from COVID-19 in March. Yves Herman/Reuters COVID-19 patients in Austria showed signs of lung damage six weeks after they left the hospital. But many patients saw their CT scans improve after 12 weeks, which could be a sign that their lungs will heal over time. However, once scarring occurs, the damage can't be undone. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. First, the bad news: Six week...
Tags: UK, Science, News, France, New York City, Trends, Austria, Johns Hopkins, New York University, Lungs, Paris France, Yves Herman Reuters, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Business Insider Right, Aria Bendix, Coronavirus


Asylum seekers and lessons from history | Letters

Paul Secher on the refugees housed in an army barracks on the outskirts of Sandwich in 1939, Rachel A Elliott on the judge who stopped the expulsion of 20 asylum seekers on a charter flight, and David Edwards Hulme on the origins of the boat name SpeedwellThere is an interesting parallel to the proposal to house 400 asylum seekers in a disused army barracks in Folkestone, about which the local Conservative MP, Damian Collins, and district councillors have registered their protest with the home s...
Tags: Politics, Germany, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Austria, Second world war, Kent, Damian Collins, Folkestone, Kentish, Paul Secher, Rachel A Elliott, David Edwards Hulme, Kitchener Camp, Paul SecherLondon


U.S. Open at Winged Foot: Thursday and Friday Tee Times and Tournament Notes

By USGA MAMARONECK, N.Y. – The United States Golf Association (USGA) announced tee times for the first two rounds of the 2020 U.S. Open Championship, Thursday (Sept. 17) and Friday (Sept. 18), at 7,477-yard, par-70 Winged Foot Golf Club (West Course), in Mamaroneck, N.Y. The U.S. Open is a 72-hole, stroke-play competition. A field of 144 players will play 18 holes of stroke play on Sept. 17 and 18, after which the field will be reduced to the low 60 scores and ties. Those players making the...
Tags: Japan, England, Sweden, Australia, France, Scotland, Germany, Spain, Sport, Thailand, Austria, Canada, South Africa, Chile, Ian Poulter, Graeme Mcdowell


Austria: To The Point: Gesellschafts - Und Unternehmensrecht Q3/2020 - Schoenherr Attorneys at Law

OGH zur Gründungsprivilegierung: Eine GmbH kann auch während aufrechter Gründungsprivilegierung eine Kapitalerhöhung durchführen
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620 The Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)

A 737 crew couldn’t properly hand fly the airplane after autopilot failures, and we discuss the Master Minimum Equipment List. Also, airline furloughs loom, unwanted Austrian Eurofighter Typhoons, Air Force efforts to produce more pilots, an engine shutdown due to rain, commercial flights to nowhere, too much PPE isn’t allowed on American Airlines, and an airport throws out an operator. Aviation News Experienced crew struggled with instrument flight after 737 lost autopilots The Lithuania...
Tags: Congress, Indonesia, Customers, Nasa, Marine, Austria, Delta, Marine Corps, Aviation, Airbus, Eurofighter, Air Force, KLM, NAA, Usaf, United Airlines


Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Sierra Barnes

by Mike Rhode  Sierra Barnes, aka Sierra Bravo, is a local webcomics creator. I'm going to lift her bio from her website, since we haven't met in person during these crazy times. Sierra Barnes is a historian-turned-comic-creator who currently lives in Washington, DC making webcomics and print comics based on history and folklore. She graduated in 2014 from the College of William & Mary with a double-major in History and German Studies, and graduated in August of 2019 with a MFA in Co...
Tags: Comics, Interview, Washington, Germany, Webcomics, Austria, Britain, Nato, Washington Dc, World War Ii, Brothers Grimm, Sierra, Northern California, Vault, Arlington, Houston Texas


The Austrian ski resort that became the centre of Europe’s Covid-19 outbreak

When Nigel Mallender headed to Ischgl from the UK in March, he was looking forward to a fun-packed break with friends. Just four days later, he and thousands of other tourists were desperately trying to leave after authorities became aware of coronavirus cases. Mallender and the Guardian’s Philip Oltermann discuss the fallout from that weekThis episode first aired on Today in Focus, the Guardian’s global daily news podcast.Nigel Mallender tells Rachel Humphreys about the holiday he took at the A...
Tags: Europe, UK, Austria, Guardian, Ibiza, Sebastian Kurz, Farnborough, Philip Oltermann, Rachel Humphreys, Coronavirus outbreak, Focus the Guardian, Nigel Mallender, Mallender


The Two Summer Festivals That Can

Against all odds the festivals of Salzburg and Rossini’s Pesaro are forging ahead this summer with real, live opera, though the limited programs and scarcity of tickets may discourage us from journeying to Austria or Italy in August. Would that we could!
Tags: Religion, Austria, Italy, Salzburg, Pesaro, Rossini


Wagner and Bakunin

(Article, ‘Bakunin’, first published in The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia, ed. Nicholas Vazsonyi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) Photograph by Nadar Bakunin, Mikhail , (b. Priamukhino, Russia, 30 May [Old Style: 18 May] 1814; d. Berne, 1 July 1876), Russian anarchist. A nobleman’s heir, Bakunin resigned his army commission to study philosophy in Moscow. Part of the “Stankevich Circle,” he translated Fichte and Hegel and fell under Alexander Herzen’s inf...
Tags: Japan, Congress, Germany, Russia, Berlin, Religion, San Francisco, Prague, Austria, Paris, Cambridge, Moscow, Beethoven, Karl Marx, Dresden, Zurich


Wagner and Ludwig II

(Article , ‘Ludwig II, King of Bavaria,’ first published in The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia, ed. Nicholas Vazsonyi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)) Lohengrin's arrival in Brabant, August von Heckel, 1882-3 (Neuschwanstein)   Ludwig II, King of Bavaria (b. Nymphenburg Palace, Munich, 25 Aug. 1845; d. Lake Starnberg, near Munich, 13 June 1886; reign 10 Mar. 1864 to 13 June 1886). Succeeded his father, Maximilian II, but closer in artistic ambition to Maximi...
Tags: Religion, Austria, Munich, Cambridge, Kaiser, Bavaria, Cabinet, Karlsruhe, Braun, Wagner, Bismarck, Prussia, Guelph, Leopold, Ludwig, Bayreuth


Wagner and Constantin Frantz

(This article appeared originally in The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), ed. Nicholas Vazsonyi) Frantz, (Gustav Adolph) Constantin (b. Börnecke, 12 Sep. 1817; d. Blasewitz, 2 May 1891), historian and political theorist. Prussian civil servant, from 1862 a full-time writer. Initially Hegelian, Schelling ’s influence turned him rightward. Like many contemporaries, Frantz addressed the “German question:” how to reconcile cul...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Religion, Austria, Netherlands, Sachs, Reich, Wagner, Bismarck, Imperial, Prussia, Richard Wagner, FRANTZ, Cambridge University Press, Ludwig II, Mark Berry


Wagner and Ludwig von der Pfordten

(Article originally published in The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia, ed. Nicholas Vazsonyi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013))   Pfordten, Ludwig Karl Heinrich, Freiherr von der (b. Ried im Innkreis, 11 Sep. 1811; d. Munich, 18 Aug. 1880), politician and jurist. Held professorships in Würzburg and Leipzig . Appointed Minister of Education by Frederick Augustus II of Saxony in 1848. Wagner failed to interest him in his “Plan for the Organization of a German National Theatre for ...
Tags: Religion, Austria, Munich, Cambridge, Bavaria, Leipzig, Wagner, Saxony, Prussia, Ludwig, Cambridge University Press, Ludwig II, Mark Berry, Wurzburg, Tannhäuser, Maximilian Ii


New York Times: The Black Violinist Who Inspired Beethoven: George Bridgetower, the original dedicatee of the “Kreutzer” Sonata, was a charismatic prodigy but faded into history

The violinist George Bridgetower has, like so many other Black artists, been largely forgotten by a history that belongs to those who control the narrative. Credit... The Trustees of the British Museum, via Art Resource, NY The New York Times By Patricia Morrisroe Sept. 4, 2020 Six months after Beethoven contemplated suicide, confessing his despair over his increasing deafness in the 1802 document known as the Heiligenstadt Testament, he was caro...
Tags: England, London, Wales, Germany, Religion, Frankfurt, Austria, Vienna, New York Times, Paris, Poland, Beethoven, Prince Of Wales, Maria, Mainz, Napoleon


Pluton Magazine: Marlon Daniel: A Maestro on a Mission

 Maestro Marlon Daniel Pluton Magazine Dominique Lancastre interviews conductor Marlon Daniel, foremost expert on Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges and the Artistic Director of the Festival International de Musique Saint-Georges. FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE MUSIQUE «SAINT-GEORGES» An official Festival of Guadeloupe in the French archipelago, the Festival International de Musique Saint-Georges is the largest and most prestigious classical music festival in the Caribbe...
Tags: Europe, Usa, New York, France, Religion, US, Austria, United States, Paris, Finland, Beethoven, John Adams, Caribbean, Napoleon, Guadeloupe, Mozart


In Transit through Austria

After having packed our little VW Golf to the max we drove from Wil through parts of Austria and Slovenia to Hrvatska Croatia. We were planning to stay at least 4 to 5 weeks in Croatia establishing our Mediterranean base camp in Vodice a town near Si
Tags: Travel, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Mediterranean, Wil, Hrvatska Croatia, Vodice


U.S. Open Final: Dominic Thiem comes back from down 2 sets to win

NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. Open unlike any other finished unlike any other — with an unprecedented fifth-set tiebreaker as Dominic Thiem became the first man in 71 years to win the final after dropping the opening two sets. So close to defeat in a nearly empty Arthur Ashe Stadium — fans were banned because of the coronavirus pandemic — Thiem slowly but surely turned things around against a faltering Alexander Zverev and pulled out a 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (6) victory at Flushing Meadows for his fir...
Tags: New York, Germany, Sports, Sport, Austria, Soccer, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Federer, Djokovic, Melbourne Park, Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Boris Becker, Zverev


Structure of ATPase, the world's smallest turbine, solved

The chemical ATP, adenosine triphosphate, is the fuel that powers all life. Despite ATP's central role, the structure of the enzyme generating ATP, F1Fo-ATP synthase, in mammals, including humans, has not been known so far. Now, scientists from IST Austria report the first complete structure of the mammalian F1Fo-ATP synthase. This structure also settles a debate on how the permeability transition pore, a structure involved in cell death, cancer, and heart attacks, forms.
Tags: Science, Austria, ATP


Coronavirus live news: record one-day rise in global infections, says WHO

More than 307,000 cases in 24 hours to Sunday; Israel imposes second national lockdown; Cases hit daily record in Czech Republic; Austria ‘experiencing start of second wave’74 people at an anti-lockdown protest in MelbourneOxford University resumes Covid-19 vaccine trialsTrump ally who tried to change Covid reports was ‘fighting deep state’Australian diplomats sent to Heathrow to help stranded citizens 10.11pm BST The British government’s plan to push people back into the office risks a retu...
Tags: UK, Science, India, Israel, UK News, Australia news, US news, Czech Republic, Austria, Heathrow, Brazil, World Health Organization WHO, Coronavirus outbreak, Ann Francke, COVID, MelbourneOxford University


Coronavirus live news: UK reports 3,330 new cases as European outbreaks worsen

Cases hit daily record in Czech Republic; Austria ‘experiencing start of second wave’; 74 people at an anti-lockdown protest in MelbourneOxford University resumes Covid-19 vaccine trialsTrump ally who tried to change Covid reports was ‘fighting deep state’Australian diplomats sent to Heathrow to help stranded citizens 5.17pm BST South Africa’s finance minister, Tito Mboweni, warned Sunday the economy could shrink by more than the 7% forecast by policymakers and the central bank for 2020, ad...
Tags: UK, Science, France, India, Africa, UK News, Australia news, US news, Czech Republic, Austria, South Africa, Netherlands, Heathrow, Brazil, Afp, Air France KLM


Coronavirus live news: European outbreaks worsen; Australia sees anti-lockdown protests

Cases hit daily record in Czech Republic; Austria ‘experiencing start of second wave’; 74 people at an anti-lockdown protest in MelbourneOxford University resumes Covid-19 vaccine trialsTrump ally who tried to change Covid reports was ‘fighting deep state’Australian diplomats sent to Heathrow to help stranded citizens 11.01am BST India has reported 94,372 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday, taking total cases past 4.7 million.The daily increase was down on the record global spike i...
Tags: Asia, Science, Indonesia, Australia, India, UK News, Australia news, US news, Czech Republic, Austria, Heathrow, Brazil, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID, MelbourneOxford University


Alexander Zverev erases 2-set hole, will face Dominic Thiem in U.S. Open men’s final

NEW YORK (AP) -— For two full sets, Alexander Zverev was confused and listless, his body language as poor as his winner-to-error ratio against Pablo Carreño Busta in the U.S. Open men’s semifinals Friday. Zverev double-faulted and smacked his left high. He put a backhand into the net to cede the opening set and covered his face with both hands. He netted a forehand early in the next set, then turned a forlorn face toward his guest box and put his palms up. When he pushed a backhand long after 1 ...
Tags: New York, Sports, Sport, Ap, Austria, Soccer, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Victoria Azarenka, Federer, Djokovic, Alexander Zverev, Naomi Osaka, Zverev, Dominic Thiem


Coronavirus live news: Brazil's death toll passes 130,000

Country’s new cases and deaths continue to rise; France rules out return to full lockdown despite surge in cases; Austria extends mask rulesCovid-19 vaccine gamble: where bets have been placed and why‘World-leadingly bad’: the week Covid resurged in the UKCases in England doubling every eight days Bob Woodward rejects criticism he sat on Trump ‘deadly’ virus remarks 11.11pm BST Brazil’s death toll has passed 130,000, according to the country’s health ministry.The figure has reached 130,396 i...
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Coronavirus live news: French PM rules out full national lockdown as cases rise by 9,406

Jean Castex said government not planning return to full lockdown despite surge in cases; Austria extends mask rulesCovid-19 vaccine gamble: where bets have been placed and why‘World-leadingly bad’: the week Covid resurged in the UKCases in England doubling every eight days Bob Woodward rejects criticism he sat on Trump ‘deadly’ virus remarks 7.19pm BST The US government’s infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci. said he disagrees with President Donald Trump’s assessment that the country ...
Tags: England, France, US, Austria, Marseille, Finland, World Health Organization, Donald Trump, Anthony Fauci, Trump, Fauci, Bob Woodward, Trump Administration, National Institutes of Allergy, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID


Coronavirus live news: French PM rules out national lockdown but announces new measures

Jean Castex said government was not planning return to full lockdown despite surge in cases; Austria extends mask rulesCovid-19 vaccine gamble: where bets have been placed and whyCases in England doubling every eight days Bob Woodward rejects criticism he sat on Trump ‘deadly’ virus remarksMacron to lay out Covid plan as India sets another global one-day recordUK coronavirus updates – live 5.22pm BST The UK government is facing a mounting backlash from Tory MPs over its new “rule of six” law...
Tags: UK, England, Wales, France, Scotland, India, Austria, Finland, World Health Organization, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Trump, Bob Woodward, Macron, Trump Administration, Coronavirus outbreak


Coronavirus live news: Austria extends mask rules as infections rise; Iraq records over 4,200 new cases

Austria also limits size of private events; Iraq sees surge in cases; infections in India growing faster than anywhere elseThe Covid-19 vaccine gamble: where bets have been placed and whyBob Woodward rejects criticism he sat on Trump ‘deadly’ virus remarksMacron to lay out Covid plan as India sets another global one-day recordUK coronavirus updates – live 3.21pm BST Iraq has recorded another 4,254 new cases and 67 more deaths from the virus. Despite the recent surge in cases, thousands of su...
Tags: France, Iraq, India, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, World Health Organization, Donald Trump, Baghdad, Trump, Afp, Woodward, Moqtada al Sadr, Trump Administration, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID


Coronavirus live news: Austria extends mask rules as infections rise; India sets global record with 96,000 new cases

Austria also limits size of private events; infections in India growing faster than anywhere else; eight people have died in Swiss care homesBob Woodward rejects criticism he sat on Trump ‘deadly’ virus remarksMacron to lay out Covid plan as India sets another global one-day recordWorld map: which countries have the most cases and deaths?UK coronavirus updates – live 1.53pm BST Health authorities in Thailand have confirmed another coronavirus infection in an Uzbek professional footballer, ei...
Tags: England, France, India, Thailand, Austria, Finland, World Health Organization, Donald Trump, Trump, Reuters, Woodward, Trump Administration, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID


Popular European access points and travel corridors for third-country nationals

Business aviation travel to Europe by third-party nationals not on the EC Safe List  continues to rise month-over-month, as operators take advantage of a growing number of popular European access points and “travel corridors.” Despite the tightening of the EC’s Safe List, which has been reduced by a third since its initial publishing, more flights with third-country nationals are getting into more European countries – particularly from the U.S. At first glance, the increase in traffic appears co...
Tags: Europe, UK, Sweden, France, Germany, Eu, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, Austria, United States, Ireland, Paris, Italy, Netherlands, Serbia


Say yes to the world: On Nietzsche and affirmation

There cannot be any comparable sentence in the history of Western thought. Although it is exactly 148 years old, to this day some still interpret it in a manner contrary to its author's intentions. Nor can one conceal the fact that it brought him an extremely bad reputation. But meanwhile its meaning – however ominous it may sound – is actually very simple.The sentence is: "God is dead."It appeared for the first time in 1882, in The Gay Science by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, one ...
Tags: Happiness, Austria, Innovation, Fear, Philosophy, Nazi, Mind, Morality, Hitler, Personal Growth, Friedrich Nietzsche, Nietzsche, Immanuel Kant, Nazi Party, Zarathustra, Parmenides


Austrians are getting $1,200 US stimulus checks by mistake. Some are cashing them anyway.

Economic stimulus checks are prepared for printing at the Philadelphia Financial Center May 8, 2008 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jeff Fusco/Stringer Hundreds of Austrians have received US stimulus checks in the past few months and cashed them, The Washington Post reported. There have been similar cases in at least 129 other countries, NPR reported last month. The recipients were individuals who worked in the US at some point.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Hundreds ...
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