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Word of the week: Complexifier

There was salaciousness in “No Thank You, Mr. Pecker,” Jeff Bezos’s statement, published February 7 on Medium, addressed to the National Enquirer’s publisher; there were accusations of extortion and blackmail as well. But the word that incited the most chatter was complexifier, which Bezos used twice: Here’s a piece of context: My ownership of the Washington Post is a complexifier for me. It’s unavoidable that certain powerful people who experience Washington Post news coverage will wrongl...
Tags: Post, Washington Post, Current Affairs, New York Times, Linguistics, Jeff Bezos, National Enquirer, Jargon, Neologisms, Trump, Nixon, Moynihan, Ben, Bezos, Dave Pell, The Post


Law and Boutier win Vic Open titles as Moynihan makes history

David Law and Celine Boutier triumphed at the ISPS Handa Vic Open. Picture: Getty Images Scotland's David Law clinched a life-changing win in the innovative ISPS Handa Vic Open as Ireland's Gavin Moynihan etched his name in European Tour history.Michael Hoey closed with a 69 to tie for 17th with Paul Dunne, who posted a one-over 73 at 13th Beach Golf Club near Melbourne to leave t...
Tags: England, Law, Scotland, Alabama, Sport, Ireland, Golf, European Tour, Belgium, Wade Ormsby, Melbourne, Padraig Harrington, University Of Alabama, Moynihan, Maguire, Duke University


Abramson Says She’ll Correct Errors In Book After Initially Disputing Them

NEW YORK (AP) — The former executive editor of The New York Times acknowledged Thursday that her new book, “Merchants of Truth,” contains some sourcing errors and said she would correct them. In an email Thursday to The Associated Press, Jill Abramson wrote that some page numbers in sourcing notes needed to be fixed and some sources “should have been cited as quotations in the text.” “The notes don’t match up with the right pages in a few cases, and this was unintentional and will be promptly ...
Tags: New York, News, Washington Post, Ap, Harvard University, New York Times, Nyt, Times, Wall Street Journal, Time Out, Jane Mayer, Moynihan, Abramson, Jill Abramson, Simon Schuster, Suroosh Alvi


Hoey and Meadow lead Irish challenges in Vic Open

Stephanie Meadow ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy James Nitties had a world-record equalling nine birdies in a row, but his eight-under 64 still left him two adrift of Nick Flanagan on a positive day for the Irish in the opening round of the $3 million ISPS Handa Vic Open.The event is unique in the game as the men and women play concurrent events for equal prize money over the Creek and Beach...
Tags: Florida, England, Australia, Saudi Arabia, US, Sport, Chile, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, George W Bush, Mark, Moynihan, Flanagan


Moynihan ready for walk on the wild side

Leopard Creek Gavin Moynihan is looking to end a wild 2018 on a high when goes gunning for birdies and eagles in the year-ending Alfred Dunhill Championship at spectacular Leopard Creek.The Portrane native honed his skills amongst the flora and fauna on the links at The Island.But he admits that Leopard Creek Country Club on the edge of the Kruger National Park is truly exotic and...
Tags: Sweden, India, Spain, Sport, Golf, Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose, European Tour, Zimbabwe, Brooks Koepka, Johannesburg, Jack Nicklaus, Darren Clarke, Charl Schwartzel, Augusta, Rose


No white smoke yet in Harrington’s Ryder Cup captaincy wait

Padraig Harrington Hopes of white smoke in Padraig Harrington's quest for the 2020 Ryder Cup captaincy are unlikely before Christmas.CEO Keith Pelley had hoped that the European Tour’s five-strong selection committee would be able to announce its decision before the holidays.But it’s understood he has yet to sit down with a representative from the Players Committee and immediate p...
Tags: Europe, England, US, Sport, South Africa, Golf, Lee Westwood, European Tour, Zambia, Johannesburg, Padraig Harrington, Ernie Els, Woods, Moynihan, Harrington, Keith Pelley


Moynihan continues ascent; Rahm overtakes Molinari, Rory

Eamonn Darcy called time on his career at the weekend but Gavin Moynihan is looking to pick up the tour baton after finishing tied 11th in the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open.Twenty-four hours after the Delgany legend bowed out after 46 years on tour with an emotional, bogey-free 67 in the Costa Blanca Benidorm Senior Masters, Moynihan (24) reaffirmed his return to form on the paradisical Indian Ocean island."It was another very...
Tags: France, India, Spain, Sport, Paris, Queensland, Golf, Tiger Woods, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Pga Tour, European Tour, Jordan Spieth, Padraig Harrington, Bahamas, Steve


Moynihan on song in paradise

Gavin Moynihan   Gavin Moynihan refused to let a late monsoon dampen his mood as he carded a sweet 65 to soar into contention for the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open.The man from The Island drove the ball brilliantly and holed out clinically inside 10 feet to go into the weekend alone in fifth place, just four strokes behind American Kurt Kitayama on 10-under par.”The driver is the ke...
Tags: Europe, India, Sport, Queensland, Golf, Paul Mcginley, Dustin Johnson, Padraig Harrington, Bahamas, Woods, Moynihan, Henrik, Dawson, Eamonn Darcy, Mark Russell, Cameron Smith


Moynihan and Turner start well in Mauritius

Gavin Moynihan Tiger Woods suffered the triple bogey blues to find himself eight shots off the pace in his $3.5 million season-ending Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.The host struggled with his irons and made a six in the par-three 12th in a 73 at Albany Golf Club, ending the day tied for 16th behind leaders Patrick Cantlay and Patrick Reed on one-over par."I just didn't quite...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, Australia, India, Sport, Aig, South Africa, Queensland, Golf, Henrik Stenson, Paul Mcginley, Pga Tour, European Tour, Patrick Reed, Argentina, Dustin Johnson


Sharvin refuses to blame cruel two-shot penalty for Q-School miss

Cormac Sharvin Shane Lowry and Paul Dunne expressed their sympathy for Cormac Sharvin after he confirmed yesterday that he incurred a cruel two-shot penalty in the final round of the Qualifying School that may have cost him his card.The Ardglass talent (26) was reluctant to confirm on Thursday that he was penalised two shots for inadvertently teeing up “a couple of inches” ahead o...
Tags: England, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Lowry, Murray, Alexander, Moynihan, Gavin, Valderrama, Dunne, Paul Dunne, Gavin Moynihan, Challenge Tour, Cormac Sharvin, Robin Dawson


Moynihan comes full circle: "It's probably the most nervous I have ever been"

Gavin Moynihan It's not how you start but how you finish.Just ask Mount Juliet’s Gavin Moynihan, who didn't make a cut on tour until June but ended his year with a bang by making a nerve-shredding five-footer to regain his European Tour card.As his 2015 Walker Cup teammate Cormac Sharvin cruelly missed out by a shot after a tremendous comeback from a poor first 36 holes, Moynihan ...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Czech Republic, South Africa, Chile, Italy, Golf, European Tour, The Island, Leon, Moynihan, Dawson, Tarragona, Valderrama, Zander Lombard, Paul Dunne


Q-School: Final push for Moynihan and Sharvin

Gavin Moynihan plays the 18th in the sixth round at Lumine Golf Club’s Lakes Course in 2017 Tramore's Robin Dawson saw his hopes of winning a European Tour card evaporate in the fifth round but declared himself "proud" to have won Challenge Tour status in his first appearance at the Final Stage of the gruelling European Tour Qualifying School in Spain.The 22-year old began the day...
Tags: Scotland, Spain, Sport, South Africa, Golf, European Tour, Moynihan, Dawson, Tarragona, Zander Lombard, Gavin Moynihan, Marc Warren, Romain Langasque, Challenge Tour, Cormac Sharvin, Robin Dawson


Irish trio show grit at Q-School

Gavin Moynihan Ireland’s trio of contenders remain in the hunt for European Tour cards with Tramore’s Robin Dawson surviving the cut on the mark after a gutsy finish to his fourth round at the gruelling European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage in Spain.Playing in just his fourth event as a professional, this year’s Irish Amateur Open champion slipped outside the top 70 and ties...
Tags: England, France, Spain, Sport, Ireland, Golf, European Tour, Moynihan, Dawson, Tarragona, Gavin Moynihan, Challenge Tour, Cormac Sharvin, Robin Dawson, Sharvin, Ardglass


Q-School: Moynihan in position as Sharvin and Dawson make moves

Team Ireland’s Cormac Sharvin. Picture: Getty Images Ardglass' Cormac Sharvin and Tramore's Robin Dawson hit the birdie trail to keep their hopes alive at the gruelling Final Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School in Spain.Mount Juliet's Gavin Moynihan posted a one-under 71 on the Hills Course at Lumine Golf Club in Tarragona in share 19th on 10-under and sit just inside the...
Tags: Europe, Usa, England, France, Germany, Spain, Sport, Getty Images, Ireland, Ford, Golf, Marcel Siem, European Tour, Evans, Dyson, Mccarthy


Q-School: Moynihan on track; Dawson and Sharvin chasing

David Borda. Picture: Getty Images Mount Juliet's Gavin Moynihan moved into contention to regain his European Tour card when he shrugged off a niggling back injury to fire a six-under 66 in round two at the gruelling Final Stage of the Qualifying School in Spain.The Portrane native (24) followed his opening 68 on the Lakes Course at Lumine Golf Club in Tarragona by making eight bi...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, Spain, Sport, Ford, Golf, European Tour, Dyson, Mccarthy, Hills, Murray, Hutchinson, Nixon, Moynihan, Holmes, Olsen


Moynihan battles back pain to start well at Q-School

Gavin Moynihan Mount Juliet's Gavin Moynihan battled through the pain barrier and made six birdies in an opening 68 at the Final Stage of the  European Tour Qualifying School in Spain.The Portrane talent (24) felt he might not be able to tee it up in the six-round battle to make the crucial top 25 and ties after feeling his back "go" on Friday, but he persevered to end the day tie...
Tags: Usa, England, Australia, Germany, Spain, Sport, Italy, Golf, European Tour, Moynihan, Chris Hanson, Lawson, Tarragona, Schmitt, Matteo Manassero, Zander Lombard


Q-School injury worry for Moynihan as Sharvin and Dawson start with confidence

Mount Juliet's Gavin Moynihan Mount Juliet's Gavin Moynihan fears his bid for a European Tour card could be over before it starts after suffering a back injury on the eve of the gruelling European Tour Qualifying School in Spain.The Dubliner (24) felt his back go as he practised at Lumine Golf Club in Tarragona yesterday and may not be able to join Tramore's Robin Dawson and Ardgl...
Tags: France, Spain, Sport, Netherlands, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Warren, Madrid, Colin Montgomerie, Wilson, Moynihan, Glen, Dawson, Tarragona


Q-School joy for Moynihan, Dawson and Sharvin

Gavin Moynihan Tramore’s Robin Dawson promised to “give it socks” at the Final Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School as he joined former Walker Cup team mates Gavin Moynihan and Cormac Sharvin in surviving the Second Stage in Spain.The 21-year old fired a one-under 71 to finish tied for sixth on 13-under with Sharvin, who shot 70, at El Encin Golf Hotel in Madrid where Old ...
Tags: Australia, France, Spain, Sport, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, European Tour, Portugal, Derry, Madrid, Moynihan, Tim Rice, Bristol England, Dawson, Galbraith, Tarragona


Q-School: Dawson, Sharvin and Moynihan on track

Robin Dawson plays his second shot at the 16th hole on the O'Meara Course during the second round of the 2018 World Amateur Team at Carton House. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Tramore’s Robin Dawson fired a four-under-par 68 to edge a step closer to bidding for his European Tour card at next week’s Final Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School.Now a professional, this year’...
Tags: Sport, Golf, European Tour, Argentina, Derry, Madrid, Newlands, Moynihan, Phelan, Dawson, Tarragona, Naas, Alicante, Briain, Almeria, Gavin Moynihan


Confidence boosts for Lowry and Moynihan in Spain

Shane Lowry looks on in dismay after his approach to the ninth hit the flag in Sunday’s weather-interrupted third roundand caromed off the green. Shane Lowry showed he has the form and the confidence to return to the world's top 50 soon after he finished solo second behind Sergio Garcia in the 54-hole Andalucia Valderrama Masters.The Clara man (31) got to within a shot of Garcia i...
Tags: Europe, US, America, Spain, Sport, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Sergio Garcia, Shanghai, European Tour, Wgc, Portugal, Dubai, Brian




Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Anti-Trump of American Politics

A public official who wasn’t afraid to speak his mind without perverting reality.
Tags: News, Moynihan, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, United States Politics and Government, Daniel Patrick, Documentary Films and Programs, Anti Trump of American Politics


Film Review: ‘Moynihan’

Daniel Patrick Moynihan was one of those supreme American figures who made looking like a creature of contradiction seem the quintessential way to be. His contradictions were luminous, larger-than-life, and he wore them with a tall, puckishly smiling Irish pride. He carried himself like a patrician — the bow tie, the mop of gray hair […]
Tags: Reviews, Moynihan, Daniel Patrick Moynihan


‘DuckTales’ Season 3 Already Ordered, Season 2 Guest Stars Include Edgar Wright and More

When the DuckTales reboot debuted in 2017, it exceeded the sky-high expectations for the beloved Disney animated franchise, meeting almost universal acclaim. And audiences have responded in kind, leading to show being renewed for a second season immediately. Now, a month a before the second season is set to premiere, Disney Channel has announced that it has picked up DuckTales season 3. And of course, this being the tongue-in-cheek show that it is, the DuckTales cast announced it with a totally...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Animation, David Tennant, Julie Bowen, Donald Duck, Don Cheadle, Edgar-Wright, Disney Channel, Scrooge, Disney Xd, Louie, Moynihan, Tennant, Lin Manuel Miranda


Lowry on the rise; Meadow best in Alabama

Shane Lowry. Picture: PGA of America Shane Lowry is off and running in his bid to break back into the world’s top 50 by Christmas after he notched his first top-10 finish for ten months in the Portugal Masters.With a new caddie on the bag in Vilamoura, he shot four rounds in the sixties for the first time since the British Masters a year ago, closing with a four-under 67 to finish...
Tags: England, France, Alabama, Sport, South Dakota, Paris, PGA of America, Golf, Sergio Garcia, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Clarke, Kazakhstan, Shane Lowry, Darren Clarke


Rory grinding; Shane and Stephanie chasing

Rory McIlroy. Pic © PGA of America Rory McIlroy knows he must cut out the mistakes after he was forced to dig deep just to keep leaders Justin Rose and Tiger Woods in his sights in Tour Championship at East Lake.The Holywood star (29) dropped shots at the 12th and 14th to slip back to level for the day.But while he brilliantly birdied the 15th and 17th, he missed a 10 footer for a...
Tags: England, US, Alabama, Sport, Chile, South Dakota, Ford, PGA of America, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Pga Tour, European Tour, Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Portugal


Harrington just three behind in KLM Open

Pádraig Harrington. Picture: Getty Images Pádraig Harrington is just three shots off the lead heading into the final round of the KLM Open after carding a six under par 65 at The Dutch.The Dubliner (47) is rounding into form following his runner-up finish in the D+D Real Czech Masters two week ago and while he was disappointed to finish with a bogey six, he's clearly got the game ...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Oman, Kazakhstan, Road, Wood, Padraig Harrington, Moynihan, Harrington, Hoey, Gavin Moynihan, Michael Hoey, Cormac Sharvin


Historic ILGU Irish Senior Cup win for Lahinch

Valerie Hassett and Aedin McCarthy (Joint Team Captains) with the Lahinch Ladies team (from left) Muiriosa Connolly, Sinead Sexton, Aideen Walsh, Aine Donegan, Niamh O'Dwyer, Sarah Cunningham, Olivia Lucas and Valerie Shannon after their victory in the final of the 2018 ILGU Irish Senior Cup at Knock Golf Club (25/08/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman The ladies of Lahinch clinched the...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Ferguson, Belfast, Lennon, Jones, Mcdonnell, Walsh, Fleming, Reilly, Moynihan, Cunningham, Doyle, Simpson, Roscommon, Heath


Elm Park to face Lahinch for Senior Cup title

Elm Park Team Captain Helena Sheehan ( right) celebrates with her team of Leah Temple Lang, Rachel McDonnell, Louise Mernagh, Anna Foster, Emma Fleming, Emma Thorne and Mary Frances McKenna after their semi final win over The Island at the 2018 ILGU Irish Senior Cup Finals at Knock Golf Club today. (24/08/2018) Picture by Pat Cashman Elm Park will face Lahinch in Saturday's final ...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Ferguson, The Island, Lennon, Jones, Mcdonnell, Walsh, Fleming, Reilly, Moynihan, Cunningham, Doyle, Simpson, Roscommon, Heath


Stage set for NI Open at Galgorm Castle

ALAVA, SPAIN - MAY 04:  Cormac Sharvin of Northern Ireland tees off on the 16th hole during the second round of the Challenge de Espana on the Izki Golf Club on May 4, 2018 in Alava, Spain.  (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images) The waiting is almost over as the best players from across Europe and beyond have descended on Galgorm Castle for their chance to become the new NI Open c...
Tags: Europe, Spain, Sport, Ireland, Italy, Golf, Northern Ireland, Road, Hurley, Moynihan, Ballymena, McGee, Ras Al Khaimah, Hoey, Paul Dunne, Oliver Wilson