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Women hockey team its first Olympic gold medal in two decades is named, naturally, after a Britney Spears song. Jocelyn Lamoureux Davidson, who grew up playing hockey on a frozen pond across the street from her house in Grand Forks, North Dakota, skated with the puck towards the net on Thursday at the Gangneung Hockey Centre, her team gold medal game shootout with Canada all tied up. She had a plan in mind.
Similar to the competition, you can turn it on manually or schedule it to automatically activate.The wide bottom bezel houses an oddity for an Android phone a physical Home button that doubles as a fingerprint reader. It a little weird at first having to push a button rather than just touching a spot at the bottom of the screen, but it does prevent inadvertent navigation. The fingerprint reader seems a bit more finicky than the one on the KEYone, though that may be a function of how I trained it.Although the base storage is a relatively modest 32 GB (both models of Pixel 2 offer either 64 or 128 GB), the Motion has the advantage of the microSD expansion, with up to 2 TB of extra space, and the option to store photos and music on the card automatically.
Usually our entire family, including my parents, aunts, uncles, siblings and their families, as well as a few cousins thrown in for good measure came. There were lots of fun things to do like barbecuing, fishing, and swimming if you could stand the ice cold waters that filled the lake from the surrounding snow capped mountains. Actually I had no choice in the matter of swimming.
In the years following 1905 Lewis Clark Centennial Expo, Portland was a veritable boomtown, and the downtown skyline rose in step with the population. The circa 1907 Wells Fargo building reign as the tallest in town lasted but a few short years, when the name Yeon left its first notable imprint on Portland architecture, on the corner of SW 5th Alder.The 15 story Yeon Building, completed a century ago in 1911, came not from the same famous desk as the Watzek House and the Visitors Information Center by John Yeon, but his father, John Baptiste Yeon. The elder Yeon made a fortune in the lumber industry and wanted to give back to his adopted city, something he expected “should help Portland by appearing as well as possible,” wrote The Oregonian on August 21, 1910.Yeon hired San Francisco Reid Reid architects, who had already designed The Oregonian original (pre Belluschi) offices and who would a year later design the Jackson Tower (ne the Oregon Journal Building), to maximize both the terra cotta craze and the city 200 foot height limit.