Antique maintains regulated sale, consumption of liquor

first_img“There is a need to regulate consumption of liquor and other alcoholic beverages, as this measure will go a long way for the benefit of legitimate entrepreneurs and the protection of consumers,” she said. According to Cadiao, EO 59 was issued to curb profiteering in the sale of liquor and other alcoholic beverages. She, however, reminded the public on the prohibitions provided in her Executive Order (EO) No. 59, which regulates the sale and consumption of liquor and other alcoholic beverages during the extended GCQ in this province.“The sale of liquor and other alcoholic beverages to consumers below 21 or above 59 years old is strictly prohibited,” Cadiao said. She added that selling and purchasing of liquor and other alcoholic beverages in this province are only from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. every day. SAN JOSE, Antique – The provincial government will continue allowing the sale and purchase of liquor amid general community quarantine (GCQ) imposed to further suppress the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).“As long as people remain to be responsible, the liquor ban remains lifted,” said Gov. Rhodora Cadiao during the Antique Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID-19 press conference on May 27.  An undercover cop (right) inspects the two boxes of liquor he seized from a man (left) selling them in Barangay 3, San Jose, Antique during the liquor ban period. People in the province are now allowed to sell and purchase liquor but from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. only every day. CALUYA MPS VIA PNA This province implemented the liquor ban on March 16 until May 22, resulting in the arrests of eight violators. Police personnel also seized 36 boxes and 130 bottles of alcoholic drinks.(With a report from PNA/PN)last_img read more

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Before the Cock Crows, the Biological Clock Strikes

first_imgAt Easter time, people recall the story of Peter denying Jesus three times before the rooster crowed. Some scientists tried to figure out what clicks the rooster’s clock alarm.A trio of Japanese scientists wanted to know if rooster crowing is triggered by external cues (such as brightening before daybreak) or an internal clock. Describing their findings in Current Biology, they found that roosters kept in steady dim light continued to crow before the dawn hours, but over days, the timing tended to scatter. This suggests that crowing is primarily triggered by an internal clock – but that its accuracy wavers without external cues.Those who live around chickens know that roosters will crow in response to external cues, too, such as car headlights, and often crow throughout the day. That reliable morning call, though, provides a natural alarm clock for country folk (but one without a snooze button).  Science Now and PhysOrg reported on the findings.“We still do not know why a dog says ‘bow-wow’ and a cat says ‘meow,’” one of the authors said. “We are interested in the mechanism of this genetically controlled behavior and believe that chickens provide an excellent model.”So here is an everyday phenomenon, observed anecdotally for thousands of years, that scientists still don’t understand. But you can be sure they understand completely how hydrogen evolved into people.  Would that scientists focus on experiments like this that rest on observation, testing, and repeatability instead of imagination.Jesus’ foreknowledge of Peter’s denials provides evidence for His deity. He could foretell the final denial just seconds before the natural rooster alarm went off.  That by itself would be remarkable, but so much more evidence makes the conclusion unavoidable: Christ was the Son of God.  Consider the prophecies written centuries before He came, as in Isaiah 53.  Then there is the resurrection evidence: the empty tomb, 500 eyewitnesses of His resurrection at one time, the dramatic turnaround of the fearful disciples into faithful witnesses unto martyrdom, and more.  For Easter, treat yourself to two excellent documentary films, The Case for Christ and Prophecies of the Passion. (Visited 26 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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10 months agoSouthampton striker Gabbiadini fields first foreign offer

first_imgSouthampton striker Gabbiadini fields first foreign offerby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini is preparing to leave England this week.Sky Sports says Real Betis, AC Milan and Fiorentina are all in contact with Gabbiadini.And Gabbiadini is the subject of ‘concrete offers’ from ‘at least one’ of the trio.The striker is now ‘weighing up his options’, given his lack of game time under new Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl. TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img

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