San Sebastian ultimately fizzled out in the final minutes after the Pirates’ constant traps even before the ball handler crossed the midway line.Ilagan said he regretted what had happened and he just promised that he would keep his emotions in check the next time he steps on the court.“The coaches told me that I have to develop my leadership and to communicate better with the younger players,” said the third year Ilagan. “I’m teaching the younger players the things I learned from past veterans like Ryan Costelo. Whenever they feel pressure I just talk to them.”ADVERTISEMENT Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Rhea Dimaculangan begs off from PH volleyball national team In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil LATEST STORIES MOST READ Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team And if there was one player who deemed the setback too bitter to swallow it had to be Regille Ilagan.The diminutive gunner was punishing the Pirates for 18 points before he got called for his fifth and final foul at the 8:02 mark of the fourth quarter.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“I got carried away with my emotions, because I’m not used to this type of atmosphere and this is all my fault,” said Ilagan in Filipino. “I got into it, I got a technical. I couldn’t do anything about it so I just cheered my teammates on.”With Ilagan on the bench, the Stags carried on and tallied four straight steals for a 9-1 run to give them a 69-68 lead. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West San Sebastian didn’t open the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball tournament the way it wanted to after bowing to Lyceum, 67-65, in a heartbreaker Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT
The Life Reform, an organisation registered under the Ministry of the Presidency, was launched on Tuesday and its main goal is to address the issues of substance abuse affecting youths in Guyana.The Life Reform – Making Strides to Save Lives, was created with the intention of bringing about the transformation that is urgently needed in Guyana in relation to issues such as the abuse of illicit substances by youths.According to the organisation, data from research studies in Guyana shows young people are the most vulnerable group to substance abuse and first use has been recorded in the 10-14 years’ age group.A section of the gathering at the launch of Life Reform organisationChairman of the organisation, Phillip Drayton, during a simple launching ceremony at the Racquet Centre on Tuesday revealed that research has shown that some 70 per cent of youths in today’s society believe it is okay to smoke or consume alcohol. He added that 35 per cent of parents are consuming mood and mind altering substances and 80 per cent of society does not understand the real dangers of substance misuse.“Our members began to work towards a free Guyana by engaging our certified and experienced drug treatment specialists, social workers, counsellors, psychologists, and psychiatrists who will assist the general public and persons suffering from substance misuse or any form of mental illness to determine the level of treatment necessary for each individual and intervention necessary for each individual so that misuse can be arrested and recovery can become possible,” Drayton explained.He pointed out that Life Reform will soon be rolling out awareness campaigns focusing on drug education and prevention programmes and outpatient services including regular and programmed meetings countrywide.A major project which Life Reform is focused on is the Secondary School Drug Education and Prevention Programme, a life skills programme which teaches the necessary skills to assist young people to improve their knowledge and to encourage the development of defensible values.This programme, he said, was introduced to the Education Ministry and permission was granted for Life Reform to commence its campaigns in Georgetown and all other regions of Guyana.Drayton encouraged the public to join its journey for a Drug Free Guyana as its members stand ready to collaborate with all interested individuals and groups.Meanwhile, Trevor Hollenkirk, a recovering addict who has been clean for 20 years, is also a part of the Executive Committee for Life Reform and a counsellor. He shared his experience and the hardships he endured as an addict and hopes his story will touch the lives of others who are struggling with substance abuse.He has travelled throughout the country educating persons of the dangers of substance abuse and sharing his story with vulnerable groups. He related how he managed to change his life for the better after battling with substance abuse from the age of 11 years. He is confident that the organisation will serve its intended purpose with success. He urged youths to refrain from the use of illicit drugs and alcohol. “For those of you youths that might want to try marijuana. Put it down right now. It does nothing for you but destroy your life. It doesn’t help you with school work or in any other area. Leave it right where it is,” he urged.Also part of the Executive Committee of Life Reform are Lavern Fraser, the Secretary; and Kasper Carter, Vice Chairman, who were all in attendance at the launch. Moderator Kirt Jardine expressed gratitude for the establishment of such an organisation which he is confident will impact positively on the lives of those battling substance abuse and Guyana on the whole.
Sophomore guard Karina Figueroa was named second team All-Big West, as voted on by the conference’s coaches. Tennis Junior Kay Hoey and freshman Michael Drake were the best of the best last week, according to Big West Conference officials. Hoey was selected as the Big West Women’s Golf Athlete of the Month after winning the Kitahara Fresno State Invitational last week, her fourth tournament win in her 49er career. Hoey, who was also selected the Big West Women’s Golf Athlete of the Month in September, shot a two-over 146 to claim the title. Drake was selected as the Big West Men’s Golf co-Athlete of the Month. He shares the honor with UC Irvine’s Brian Edick. Drake finished in third place at the John Burns Intercollegiate, shooting a 10-under 206. Softball The 49er softball team will host their annual Long Beach Tournament this weekend at Mayfair Park. Action begins on Friday at 11:45 a.m., with first games on Saturday and Sunday scheduled for 9 a.m. Joining the 49ers this weekend will be UCLA, Notre Dame, Canisius, Eastern Kentucky and Southern Utah. For ticket information, contact the Walter Pyramid Box Office at (562) 985-4949 or check out the website, www.longbeachstate.com. Track and field Seniors Jimmy Grabow and Ronald Carter will represent LBSU at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, AR this weekend. Grabow currently ranks sixth nationally in the 5000-meter with a school-record mark of 13:44.04. He also holds the school record in the 3000-meter event. Grabow will run in the 5000-meter on Friday at 5:30 p.m. Carter holds the school-record in the triple jump, at 52’7.25″ and ranks third nationally. Carter begins his quest for a second- consecutive All- American certificate Saturday at 3:15 p.m. Men’s basketball Senior Aaron Nixon has scored 533 points this season, which ranks No. 15 on the school’s single-season chart. Nixon has also tallied 959 career points in just two seasons. He needs just 41 points to become the 16th player in school history to reach 1,000 career points. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The winner plays Thursday against either third-seeded Cal Poly or No. 4 seed CS Northridge at noon. The Big West Championship is set for Saturday at 1 p.m. and will be televised on on Fox’s Prime Ticket. The winner earns an automatic berth into the NCAA Championship. The Long Beach State women’s basketball team begins the Big West Tournament on Wednesday at approximately 2:30 p.m. against seventh-seeded UC Irvine. The sixth-seeded 49ers defeated the Anteaters, 77-63, in the regular-season finale.
Making us proud: The National Culinary Team representing South Africa at the Food Olympics. A scrumpticious beef ensemble by chef Bertus Basson. A desert creation by Candice Philip. A Two onion soup by Henrico Grobbelaar.(Images:saca.co.za) Khanyi Magubane13 of South Africa’s top chefs will face the tough challenge of titillating the taste buds of judges when they represent the country at the Internationale Kochkunst Ausstellung (IKA) Culinary Olympics in Germany from 19 to 23 October.IKA 2008, as the competition is loosely named, will boast 40 national teams, 90 regional teams, 11 military teams and 2000 chefs and confectioners.Like the traditional Olympics, winners from the different categories will receive gold, silver and bronze medals respectively.Competitors will be expected to demonstrate their superior culinary skills in 20 categories that consist of every aspect of the high-culture of haute cuisine and patisserie (pastry or confectionary).Held every four years, the competition has been in existence for the past 100 years in Germany.It has grown phenomenally from its humble beginnings. It began as a local cooking contest in 1896 at the Frankfurt fairgrounds. Up until 1996, this remained the location for the competition. It then moved to Berlin, and is now currently held in Erfurt.Making South Africa proudThe team representing South Africa at the Olympics has been carefully selected. All the team members have made strides in their careers, which gained them the necessary recognition to compete in the Olympics.Allistaire Lawrence has a broad range of experience that he’s bringing to the team. After completing his studies at the prestigious Institute of Culinary Art in Stellenbosch, he worked at the equally illustrious Village Hotel on the Spier Wine Estate. He is now based in Johannesburg, where he works at the award-winning Roots Restaurant, north of Johannesburg.His experience in international cooking competitions includes participating in the Hans Bueschkens Junior Chefs Challenge in New Zealand in 2006, where he was the reserve. In 2007 Lawrence became a junior member of the National Culinary Team.An experienced chef, Bertus Basson studied in Cape Town, in the Western Cape. After studying, he worked at a variety of restaurants, including the Western Cape Hotel & Spa in Hermanus.In 2005, along with his business partner Craig Cormack, Basson started his own business, All Things Culinary. Last year, Basson’s dream of owning his own restaurant was realised when he opened Overture, based at the Hidden Valley Wines in Stellenbosch, along the Cape wine route.He is a senior member of the national team, having won fourth place in the international Swiss competition Chaine des Rotisseurs Jeune Commis in 2002. The competition was established in 1977 to support young, aspirant chefs to hone their skills.In 2007, he was named the Unilever food solutions senior chef of the year in 2007. He joined Team South Africa in 2003, travelling to the American Culinary Classic in May the same year, where the team won two silver and two bronze medals.Candice Philip had a unique opportunity to work while simultaneously earning her qualification. She was part of an apprentice programme at the events venue Gallagher Estate, where she spent four years. Two and a half years ago she joined the prestigious Saxon Hotel, where she still currently works.Like her team mates, Philip’s track record in culinary competitions is excellent. In 2006, she was placed third at the Chaine des Rotisseurs Jeune Commis competition in 2006. The following year was a busy one for Philip, who won a bronze medal in the Mini Plated Salon Culinaire at Hostex, a South African hospitality and catering exhibition. She also took second place in the Sunday Times Chef of the Year and second place in the Unilever foods solutions senior chef of the year.Perhaps the groups’ most experienced chef, Garth Shnier, is a graduate from the Southern Sun in-house training programme and has worked both locally and internationally, including Germany and the US. He is currently the executive chef at the five-star Michelangelo Hotel.Shnier has been part of South Africa’s National Culinary Team for 14 years and has represented South Africa in no less than eight international individual and team competitions. He has brought home two gold and several silver medals.Cape Town-born Dilene Cranna’s entry into the world of cooking happened quite by chance. Not sure what to study, she enrolled in the first programme her finger landed on at Cape Technikon’s yearbook. Although she initially didn’t like the course, she found her passion in pastry. She has been a member of the national team as a pastry specialist since 2005.No newcomer to culinary competitions, Henrico Grobbelaar also hails from the Cape. Having studied at the South African Culinary Academy in Cape Town, He began his career as a junior chef de partie at Erinvale Estate Hotel, in the Western Cape. He then embarked on an adventure as a senior chef on a private yacht in the USA for six months, which he’s done twice. He is now the owner of Lemon’s Bistro in Somerset West.In January 2005, Grobbelaar won first place in the National Salon Culinaire competition, this attracted the attention of the selectors of the national team.Multi-award winning South African chef Jodi-Ann Palmer graduated from Silwood Kitchen, one of South Africa’s oldest culinary training schools. She has vast work experience, where she has worked with her team members Bertus Basson at his eatery, as well as with Garth Shnier on some of his projects.Her accolades including winning the McCain tribute to good taste at Hostex Cape 2006. In May of that same year, Jodi began work as international new product development and technology chef for Nando’s Chickenland, where she was given free reign to follow her belief.She then relocated to the US, where she worked at the world-renowned restaurant The French Laundry in California. Jodi is a previous winner of the prestigious Unilever Junior Chef of the Year award.The team’s newcomer Samantha Montzinger finished her studies in 2004. She then had the opportunity to work with her mentor Jeff Scheuremanns until 2006. She is currently with Fedics, South Africa’s biggest black-owned outsourced catering company, where she is executive chef and catering manager for their national head office.Described as having a competitive spirit, Montzinger ’s pure dedication, passion and flair stood out to the national team selectors, who chose her to represent South Africa at IKA 2008.Other team members include Marli Robert, Rudi Liebenberg, Trevor Boyd and Vicki Gurovich, all with equally impressive culinary CVs.National recognitionThe National Culinary Team (NCT) consists of 11 distinguished chefs who have set themselves head and shoulders above their contemporaries.For the first time this year, the NCT’s status has been recognised as a South African team.In recognising the team, the Department of Arts and Culture’s Bureau of Heraldry has now officially registered a coat of arms for the team.The coat of arms depicts the classic tools of a chefs’ trade – a spoon and a whisk – as well as the chef’s hat and flames. The emblem also boasts South Africa’s national flower.Beneath the emblem, is a banner with “Masakhane Team SA” inscribed – Masakhane being a Zulu/Xhosa phrase that meaning, “Lets build each other up” or “Stand Together”.“Team SA’s coat of arms is one in which the South African hospitality industry can be proud and which young chefs can aspire to wear as a member of Team South Africa,” said Garth Shnier, the international competitions director for the South African Chefs Association and the manager for team South Africa.Do you have any comments or queries about this article? Email Khanyi Magubane at: [email protected] Related storiesSouth African FoodUseful LinksThe South African Chef’s AssociationChefs in South AfricaFedicsThe French LaundryThe Jeunes Commis Rôtisseurs Unilever
Song and dance are used to teach kids how to use and handle paraffin. (Image: Engen)Paraffin, one of the main sources of fuel for cooking and heating used by disadvantaged people, is to blame for many disasters, such as children drinking it and fires caused by paraffin stoves.Engen KlevaKidz educates rural and township communities about safe handling and storage of paraffin. A national campaign running from 31 August to 11 September is a mobile educational stage drama that is travelling through Mpumalanga.Over the duration of the campaign, it will visit 20 schools in disadvantaged communities, where household use of paraffin is widespread and paraffin-related accidents are common. These include Hammanskraal, Pankop, Phake Rebone Village and Mmametlhake.Launched in 2008, Engen KlevaKidz has reached 139 643 learners in 391 schools. This year, the campaign is visiting 100 new schools across the country.“As the name suggests, the KlevaKidz campaign delivers its empowering safety message through edutainment, including what to do in an emergency,” said Tasneem Sulaiman-Bray, Engen’s general manager for corporate affairs.Engen commissioned research in 2011 on the awareness of children before and after seeing Engen KlevaKidz. It found that awareness improved from 24% to 90% and changed the behaviour of more than 80% of participants.“It is heartening to see such an important message becoming so entrenched,” she added.BEWARE THE DANGERS OF PARAFFINEngen KlevaKidz uses a television quiz show format as a vehicle for relaying the message, which is combined with a catchy jingle – a useful vehicle to help children remember important messages.Through this format it raises awareness of the dangers associated with handling and storing paraffin and how to prevent accidents.“Over the years of Engen’s involvement in paraffin safety we have become aware that children aged eight to 13 are often the primary daytime caregivers of their younger brothers and sisters. It is with this in mind that we target them with the message of safety,” said Mntu Nduvane, Engen’s corporate social investment manager.“We have found edutainment to be a powerful medium to stimulate children’s imagination. What is even more rewarding is to hear children of four years old still singing the paraffin safety jingle afterwards.”
LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Catantan, a two-time MVP awardee in the UAAP fighting for University of the East, barged into the semis along with 16-year-old teammate Maxine Isabel Esteban.Esteban also bowed to Berthi, 15-9, in the semis en route to the Singaporean’s gold medal triumph.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutCatantan bested Nicole Mae Wong Hui Shan also of SIngapore, 15-14, in the semis. WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Samantha Kyle Catantan of the Philippines (R) competes with Singapore’s Amita Marie Nicolette Berthi during the women’s foil individual final of the 29th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) in Kuala Lumpur on August 21, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Adek BERRYKUALA LUMPUR A pair of teenaged fencers gifted the Philippines a silver and bronze in the women’s fencing foil event of the 29th Southeast Asian Games Monday at MITEC Hall 6.Fifteen-year-old Samantha Kyle Catantan dropped a 15-7 decision to SIngapore’s Amita Marie Nicolette Berthi, 15-9, in the finals.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program LATEST STORIES LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Games View comments UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension MOST READ Read Next PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH PLAY LIST 05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students00:50Trending Articles02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games PH salvages silver in women’s wushu event
The State of Origin Touch Football Series played between Queensland and New South Wales in August 2006 at the Brisbane Metropolitan Touch Association’s Whites Hill Sporting Complex is now available for you to own on DVD by ordering on-line on the Touch Football Australia web site.Recapture all the fast and furious action from a memorable Origin Series between the sport’s traditional rivals as the Blues and Maroons go head to head for Origin supremacy in the toughest test of minds and bodies at domestic level the sport has to offer. The DVD contains action from the Men’s Open (Game 2) and Women’s Open (Game 3) clashes in the three game series. Many of Australia’s leading Federation of International Touch 2007 World Cup stars are on show for their respective States in the DVD displaying the skill level, athleticism, and dexterity required to excel in the cauldron that is State of Origin Touch Football. The elevated octane level of a high stakes Men’s Open clash sees interstate rivalry bubbling to the surface in early exchanges, before the combatants get down to treating fans to a brilliant display of Touch Football at its very best. Current Australian Men’s Captain Gavin Shuker, the man with the magic feet Drummayne Dayberg Muir, and speed machine Ben Robinson lead the Queensland Men’s charge against the Gary Sonda captained Blues combination featuring Australian Open Men’s Vice-Captain Jason Stanton, and the precision passing game of Daniel Rushworth. The New South Wales Women’s team featuring 9 current Australian World Cup players, including Blues skipper Melissa Pitfield, ‘wonder twins’ Kristy and Amanda Judd, and Player of the Series Louise ‘Squeeze’ Winchester, take on a Queensland outfit led by Australian Women’s Open Captain Sharyn Williams, ball playing sisters Peta and Hayley Rogerson, and speed merchant Roxy “Rocket’ Winder. The games are shown in the exact format that was featured on Pay Television giant Fox Tel’s Fox Sports channels over recent months. The cost of the State of Origin DVD is $ 25 including GST, plus postage. Stocks are limited, so to relive all the magic of origin ’06, and avoid disappointment, order your copy on-line through Touch Football Australia today.To order your copy please click here and go to Technical Resources.
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VIDEO: The Patriots better worry about Julio Jones FiveThirtyEight More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, FiveThirtyEight’s sports podcast. On this week’s show (Jan. 31, 2017), we do a super-sized segment on Super Bowl LI. Will the Matt Ryan-led Falcons offense dominate, or will Tom Brady and the Patriots prevail? Next, tennis expert Carl Bialik drops by as we break down an Australian Open final that was a blast from the past. Plus, a significant digit on an unprecedented sanction in Major League Baseball.Links to what we discussed:ESPN launched its ultimate Super Bowl preview.Neil Paine wrote on the prowess of Julio Jones.ESPN’s Kevin Seifert looks at how Matt Ryan and Tom Brady match up.Tennis is growing older, writes Carl Bialik.In case you missed them, recaps of the Australian Open’s final games: Federer vs. Nadal and Williams vs. Williams.Does the Australian Open’s logo too closely resemble the logo for Netflix’s show “The OA”?Significant Digits: A triple digit this week: $2 million, No. 56, and No. 75. That’s what the St. Louis Cardinals lost this week, as Major League Baseball handed down a penalty that forced the team to pay the Houston Astros the fine and give them 2017 draft picks for hacking into the Astros’ scouting database. Embed Code
Throughout his glittering career, Cristiano Ronaldo has broken a numerous amount of records and continues to aim for more at the age of 33 years old ahead of Real Madrid’s Champions League tie against JuventusThe Portuguese star made his debut in the Champions League on the 14 August 2002 in a 3rd round qualifying match against Inter Milan as a fresh-faced 17 year-old. The match ended in a goalless draw with Ronaldo later appearing the competition the following season for Manchester United.Since then, Ronaldo has gone on to win UEFA’s biggest club competition four times and is setting his sights on a fifth time with Real aiming to win the tournament for a third consecutive time.Ahead of their first leg against Juventus, the UEFA released a list of the records Ronaldo has broken since emerging back in 2002.Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.Club/individualMost UEFA club competition goals: 120Most UEFA Champions League goals: 117Most goals in a UEFA Champions League season: 17 (2013/14)Most UEFA Champions League final wins: 4 (joint with Andrés Iniesta and Clarence Seedorf)Only player to score in three UEFA Champions League finalsOnly player to score in all six games in a UEFA Champions League groupMost Real Madrid goals: 443Most ESM Golden Shoe awards: 4 (joint with Lionel Messi)Most UEFA Club Footballer/Best Player/Men’s Player awards: 4Most Ballon d’Or awards: 5 (joint with Lionel Messi)Most FIFA best player awards: 5 (joint with Lionel Messi)Most appearances in UEFA.com users’ Team of the Year: 12 (2004, 2007–2017)Ronaldo earned his cap for Portugal in a 1–0 victory over Kazakhstan on 20 August 2003 and has since gone on to score 81 goals at international level and captained the side to the Euro 2016 championship.National teamWatch all of his European Qualifiers goalsMost EURO finals appearances: 21Most EURO finals goals: 9 (level with Michel Platini)Most EURO final tournaments scored in: 4Only player to score three goals in multiple EUROsMost EURO goals including qualifying: 29Most goals in UEFA EURO and European FIFA World Cup qualifiers: 50Most Portugal caps: 149Most Portugal goals: 81 (fewer only than Ali Daei 109, Ferenc Puskás 84)The Real star sits above every other player as the top scorer in the history of the Champions League for men’s/women’s/club/national team/youth/futsal/amateurCristiano Ronaldo 155Raúl González 107Lionel Messi 103 (next non-European is Sergio Agüero on 53)Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 91Andriy Shevchenko 90Zlatan Ibrahimovic 87Filippo Inzaghi 86Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir 84Thierry Henry 81Ricardinho (futsal) 79