· learn new words and test your knowledge
· take quizzes about body parts, food names and verbs
· translate a person’s voice and read the translation
· print word lists and
· export data for offline use
· Read and change system settings
· Read your personal settings
· Read and change your account settings
· Read, change, and delete personal and account data on your phone
· Create accounts
· Manage your Google account
· Share your data with Google
· Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
· Run at startup
CORDOVA, TN — The Tennessee State University men’s soccer team defeated the University of Tennessee-Martin 15-7 in an NCAA Division II match Friday night at Barber Park.
Junior Collin Jones led the Indians with four goals, while fellow junior Brandon McBurney added two. Freshman James Martin also had two goals, while senior Andrew Ayers had a goal and an assist.
The Tribe scored first with a shot from six yards out in the 34th minute. Martin took it on goal and found the top right corner of the net for the 1-0 lead.
Ayers scored UT-Martin’s second and final goal in the 37th minute, which was assisted by Martin.
Tennessee State, on the other hand, scored the final four goals in the second half, the last of which came from junior David Flowers and was assisted by McBurney.
UT-Martin finished the match with three shots on goal, while TSU had 12 shots on goal.
In the previous match against Tennessee-Martin, the Tribe suffered a 3-1 loss.
The Indians continue their fall regular season schedule with a pair of matches next week. TSU hosts Abilene Christian (2 p.m.) on Friday, Oct. 21 and travels to Limestone (3 p.m.) on Sunday, Oct. 23.
TWIN BEDS, Ind. — One thing that sets this week’s Twins’ winning streak apart from past streaks is that it has lasted so long.
The streak has now reached 56 straight, and that means it has been more than twice as long as the previous longest winning streak in Indiana high school football history.
The last time that happened was in 1993, when the unbeaten Beardstown Eagles posted a record 56-game win streak, according to the Post-Tribune.
That is certainly long eea19f52d2
Fantastic Worlds Free Screensaver is a universal app for Mac and Windows.
View stunning sci-fi digital art in a real space environment, with both planets and stars.
Add your own image files to the app, and drag them into the screensaver.
Use the app’s built-in clock to keep track of time, even in space.
When using the app’s built-in screensaver manager, you have the option to change the following:
– Change the screensaver’s duration
– Change the number of images displayed
– Use a slideshow mode instead of the images being randomly displayed
– Manually force the screen to sleep or turn off at a certain time
– Set the relative time to, for example, 1 year
– Change the planet’s rotation speed
– Change the time for a planet to rotate
– Change the animation speed
– Change the time for a planet to change animation
– Force a planet to spin in a specific direction
– Change the time for the moon to spin
– Change the moon’s rotation speed
– Change the moon’s distance to the planet
– Set the animation speed for the moon’s position
– Change the moon’s speed
– Change the time for a moon to change its speed
– Add some sort of atmosphere to the planets
– Change the moon’s moon’s speed
– Change the sun’s rotation speed
– Change the animation speed for the sun
– Change the moon’s orbit around the sun
– Change the sun’s position relative to the planet
– Change the distance for a planet to orbit the sun
– Change the planet’s gravity
– Set the speed for the planets to travel around the sun
– Set the speed for the planets to move in relation to their distance to the sun
– Change the velocity of the planets
– Set the order in which the planets are displayed
– Set the path for a planet to travel
– Set the position for the moon to orbit the sun
– Set the position for the moon