Bizerba kit is a cut above

first_imgA new precision bread-cutting machine from Bizerba cuts hygienically without the need for oil, helping to prevent mould build-up and the spread of germs.The BS 38 cuts any type of bread with a diameter of up to 30cm, in half, quarter or into individual slices, at up to 100 slices per minute. It processes both warm and soft bread, as well as particularly hard and chunky coarse rye bread and wholemeal bread. Three save buttons enable rapid change-over between the standard cutting thicknesses.Its circular blade has an easy-to-clean protective hood.last_img

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Cortland County Sheriff: Arrest made in sexual abuse case

first_imgThe Cortland County Sheriff’s Office says 55-year-old David C. White was arrested for having “inappropriate contact” with a juvenile between 2010 and 2013. They say White was arraigned in the town of Homer and City of Cortland. He was then remanded to the Cortland County Jail on no bail and is scheduled to reappear in court on Jan. 7 The sheriff’s office says White has been charged with six counts of sex abuse in the 1st degree, a class D felony and six counts of endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor.center_img (WBNG) — Authorities say an arrest has been made in an investigation into a sex abuse incident in Cortland County on Dec. 31.last_img

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises Bernd Leno after Arsenal end Manchester United’s unbeaten run

first_imgBernd Leno kept a clean sheet against Manchester United (Picture: Getty)Manchester United caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was full of praise for Bernd Leno after Arsenal ended his side’s domestic unbeaten run.Goals from Granit Xhaka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang put Arsenal to within a point of rivals Tottenham in third but that didn’t tell the full story from an action-packed game at the Emirates.On the back of their stunning win in Paris, United failed to find a way past Leno in the Arsenal net despite having what Solskjaer described as ‘four or five big chances’.Romelu Lukaku was guilty of squandering United’s best chances but Solskjaer refused to criticise the Belgian and says Leno was a vital reason behind his side’s defeat.ADVERTISEMENT 1 min. story Sean KearnsSunday 10 Mar 2019 7:59 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.5kShares About Connatix V67539 Read More Read More 1/1 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling / Skip Full Screen Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises Bernd Leno after Arsenal end Manchester United’s unbeaten run Video Settings Read More Advertisement Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Coming Next PLAY Comment Leno was Arsenal’s man of the match (Picture: Getty)United’s only defeat under Solskjaer before today was a 2-0 loss at home against PSG.The irony of their unbeaten run coming to an end is that they’ve played worse and won in previous weeks and Solskjaer says he was impressed with his side against Arsenal.‘It’s not very often you go to Arsenal and created four or five big chances like we did,’ said Solskjaer.‘They didn’t have one really. They had a strike and then they got a penalty they didn’t really create many chances.’MORE: Mesut Ozil mocks Jesse Lingard after Arsenal beat Manchester United Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Top articles Read More SPONSORED by Metro Read More United lost in the league for the first time under Solskjaer (Picture: Getty)‘You have to be disappointed with the result but the performance today was a good one,’ said Solskjaer.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘We created more chances today than we did compared to the FA Cup game when we played them.‘Of course the first goal always determines how the game will go. After their goal they gave us the ball more than they wanted to but we created big chances.‘We hit the woodwork twice. Leno played well. In terms of what you can control we shouldn’t be too disappointed then again they’ve got three points and we don’t.’ Skip Ad Advertisementlast_img read more

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Badgers spoil golden opportunity to join top ranks of Big Ten

first_imgEVANSTON, Ill. — After completing its Big Ten “bye week,” it appeared as though Wisconsin would be able to control its own destiny in regards to the Big Ten title.With just four games remaining on the Badgers’ schedule going into Thursday night, it could have been argued the game with Northwestern would be their most important.While Wisconsin does end the season by traveling to both No. 16 Michigan State and No. 22 Iowa, it first needed a victory in Evanston to be in good position to contest for at least a share of the Big Ten title.However, the conference-bottom-feeding Wildcats had plans to play spoiler and throw a wrench in the Badgers’ title hopes.Heading into the matchup, Wisconsin knew the Welsh-Ryan Arena would be a rather hostile environment despite the mere attendance of 6,119 — many of whom were also Badger fans.The team also knew Big Ten leading scorer Vedran Vukusic would be the man to put most of its defensive efforts upon.Vukusic finished the game with a solid effort, scoring 13 points and grabbing five rebounds, but it was Mohamed Hachad who really gave Wisconsin its problems on defense, as he simply could not be stopped.With a career-high 25 points — highlighted by a backdoor cut and emphatic dunk over Michael Flowers — Hachad led the Wildcats to a 62-51 victory over Wisconsin and made the Badgers’ Big Ten title hopes just a little bit harder.With the disappointing loss, Wisconsin must now hope for some help from other conference teams in the final two weeks of the regular season if it hopes to stay alive in the Big Ten race.The Badgers are currently tied with Illinois for second in the Big Ten at 8-5, one full game behind conference leaders Iowa and Ohio State.Wisconsin hopes its last game of the season versus Iowa will be the deciding factor for the title, but if Ohio State takes care of business versus its remaining three rather mediocre opponents — Michigan, Northwestern and Purdue — then the Badgers will have to settle for a second-place tie.But regardless of how the conference race turns out, Wisconsin blew a prime opportunity to jump ahead of the pack Thursday — and much of the team knows it.”We had a chance to be at the top of the Big Ten if we would’ve came in and won, but our backs are against the wall right now, and now we have to rely on other teams losing,” guard Kammron Taylor said. “From here on out, it’s do or die.”Simply put, the Badgers played as if the game had no Big Ten title implications whatsoever.”For a chance to be in first place and to play how we played, we didn’t play like a team that was vying for first place,” Kammron Taylor said.Just before the off week, Wisconsin was on a roll, winning three-straight games after snapping a horrid funk in the month of January which included a glaring loss to North Dakota State.With the team red-hot following a 78-73 home upset over No. 12 Ohio State and two victories beforehand, the off week may now be seen as the reason the winning streak came to an abrupt end Thursday.”It kind of took us out of rhythm a little bit,” Butch said of the team’s time off.”We weren’t clicking,” he added. “We weren’t playing like we usually play.”But now putting the loss quickly behind them, the Badgers return home Sunday for their final home game and will attempt to get back on track again.”We’re just going to have to bounce back in practice and get ready for Minnesota on Sunday,” Taylor said.Despite Wisconsin’s now-dimming chances for a conference title, there’s no doubt it still has a shot in the tough Big Ten — and it all starts with Sunday’s game versus the Golden Gophers.”We just got to be ready to go out on Sunday now,” Butch said. “We still got a chance here. The big thing is just [to] keep on trying to plug along, keep on getting some wins here, and look at the next game. … We got to put this one behind us.”last_img read more

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