Posts Tagged ‘ Euro ’

Sat *WARREN* 09:00 – – – Sun *BROWN* 09:15

2017/09/12
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Modified: 2017/09/10
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09:00 2017-09-10 SU Moving Sunday games to Brown 2017-07-30 SU We are back to WARREN both SAT and SUN 2017-07-16 SU We will play Sundays games on Brown 2017-04-23 SU We are moving to Warren 2017-01-29 SU – There will be no statistics till Sunday, January 29. 2017-01-02 MO – New Year holiday Bonus Game (unofficial) 2016-12-30 FR This is how we looked exactly 10 years ago – 2006-12-31 – Newton Brown field (see picture below) 2016-12-26 MO – Christmas Special game 2016-11-27 SU – From now on – only SAT and SUN games at Brown.  Unfortunately lights are out on WED 2016-11-24 TH –  Thanksgiving – BROWN   2006-12-31 2016-12-31   2016-11-09 WED…

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02 August 14-15, 2010: Zurich

2017/07/29
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Modified: 2017/07/22
The Fuhrer of Russian Revolution

Like everything else except eternity, this story has a beginning. On a hot summer morning on August 31, 2010 at 7:45 EST in a comfort of fresh air-conditioned air, I am beginning this story, this vacation journal that shows how far Europe and America have moved apart during last 200-300 years. Have they ever been similar? This was our sixth trip to Europe in 11 years. On August 14, 2010 we landed in Zurich. Zurich is located in German-speaking zone of Switzerland.  Switzerland did not join the Euro zone and the currency here is Swiss Franks (CHF).  Our plan was to spend a couple of days here and then venture into a circular…

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Keyboard Shortcuts for Next, Previous, Euro, Degree Symbols and Moving Around Inside a Worksheet

2017/04/15
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Modified: 2017/07/15

I never can't remember the Notepad equivalent of "F3" (Find Next) in Word and Excel. Here are the keyboard shortcuts, that are most useful, but almost impossible to remember. Also I constantly need Euro currency symbol (€) and Temperature Degree symbol (°), when writing my travel notes about Europe.

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Number 17 – Estonia – First Soviet Republic to Jump into Euro-Zone

2011/05/27
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Modified: 2011/05/25
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Euro-zone experiment  is 12-years old today. It grew from original 11 countries to now 17. The latest edition is Estonia. It is tiny, but it is first from former Soviet Republics. N Euro Zone Country Date Entered 1 Austria 1999-01-01 2 Belgium 1999-01-01 3 Finland 1999-01-01 4 France 1999-01-01 5 Germany 1999-01-01 6 Ireland 1999-01-01 7 Italy 1999-01-01 8 Luxembourg 1999-01-01 9 Netherlands 1999-01-01 10 Portugal 1999-01-01 11 Spain 1999-01-01 12 Greece 2001-01-01 13 Slovenia 2007-01-01 14 Cyprus 2008-01-01 15 Malta 2008-01-01 16 Slovakia 2009-01-01 17 Estonia 2011-01-01 The experiment is growing despite tremendous difficulties. National Governments have to give up one of the potent tools at their disposal – printing…

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