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CRISIS 2014 calendar notice

CRISIS (Taeyeon) 2nd goods – 2014 calendar “A Sweet Illusion”

Vertical desk calendar (150mm x 230mm) | About 30 pages, all color
Paped quality: mont blanc
2011~2013 airport, stage, etc. (undisclosed pics, pictures from 1st photobook excluded)

For all orders
– post-it
– photocard (x4)
– photo postcard (x2)

For foreign and group orders
– mini wall calendar (A4 size)
Airport pics, not both sides, all color
Paper quality: snow | about 13 pages

Randomly given out
– imperfect photobook or special gifts (from 1st photobook set)

Deposit period: 24th October 2013 ~ 4th December 2013
Estimated delivery: middle of December

1 order: $15 + EMS fees
2 orders: $30 + EMS fees
3 orders:$45 + EMS fees

EMS fees

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Le dimanche 6 novembre 2011, le CTA-CODIS reçoit une demande de secours pour feu de local de peinture en zone industrielle Lieu Dit Le Tureau commune de Lusigny.
On Sunday, November 6, 2011, the CTA-CODIS receives a call for fire and explosions inside a industrial local full of chemicals products.

Plus d'info sur le site internet du SDIS de l'Allier
More information on the website of the of Departmental Fire and Rescue of Allier.


Canada secures top seed in Group A with convincing win over Europe

Kevin Sousa / USA TODAY Sports

Canada has clinched first place in Group A at the World Cup of Hockey thanks to a 4-1 win over Europe.

As a result, the Europeans finish second and will face Group B winner Sweden in the semifinal round.

Canada finished the round robin stage of the tournament with a perfect 3-0 record.

Here's how the win Wednesday went down.

Sidney Crosby opened the scoring less than five minutes into the game on a sneaky wraparound on Jaroslav Halak, and while the European goaltender stood strong amid 15 first period shots from Canada - including a pair of phenomenal saves - he could not stop them all, allowing Jonathan Toews to tip another one into the net later in the frame.

Marian Hossa beat NHL teammate Corey Crawford from a sharp angle on Europe’s sixth shot of the game to draw his team to within one goal. But not to be outdone, Toews responded by firing a wrist shot past Halak on an odd-man rush that was defended by a stickless Roman Josi to restore the two-goal lead.

Canada continued to control the play from that point on, outshooting Europe 46-20 and dominating possession over the course of 60 minutes.

Brad Marchand led all players with seven shots, while Steven Stamkos recorded five and came close to scoring his first goal of the tournament on more than one occasion.

Logan Couture added a fourth goal for Canada in the final minutes to further pad an outcome that was never really in doubt.

CEanada’s semifinal opponent will be determined Thursday, pending the outcome of Finland-Russia. If Finland wins, Canada will play North America, while a Russian victory will set up another chapter in their historic rivalry with the World Cup’s host nation.