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Maunder, from Sunnybank Close in Whitchurch, Cardiff, admitted possessing extreme pornography and three counts of possessing indecent images of children.
Maunder writes, almost unbelievingly, that a recent UCI cyclocross World Cup round in Milton Keynes, the first held outside of mainland Europe, attracted more than 10,000 airhorn-pumping, cowbell-ringing fans and a clutch of corporate marquees, a sure-fire indicator that this cycling derivative is set to grow.
In Nature's January 31st Scientific Reports, Mathew Owens (University of Reading, UK) and colleagues look back to the Maunder Minimum in order to anticipate solar and auroral activity (or the lack thereof) in our near future.
From this they concluded that the climatic conditions of the Maunder Minimum created a "drastically unfavorable environment" for Caribbean storms, curtailing hurricanes by 75% during the 1645-1715 period.
Josh Kockelbergh and Georgina Maunder, both 21, are having to arrange a second funeral in two years after son Tyler died on April 1 just one day after he was born 15 weeks early.
The researchers estimate that hurricane frequency was one-fourth the long-term average in 1645 to 1715--a period known as the Maunder Minimum, when the sun dimmed to its lowest recorded brightness.
The members of the board are: Mohammed Ahmed Al Bawardi, Majed Ali Al Mansouri, Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, Dr Fredric Launay, Russell Mittermeier and Dr Mike Maunder.
Maunder himself concedes this point but largely negates its significance by drawing attention to the sheer weight of unambiguous evidence that exists about contemporary performance practices.
London, Jan 19 ( ANI ): Scientists have warned that the recent lack of activity in sun could lead to a new mini ice age, just like 17th century's Maunder Minimum, in European countries.
Roy Smith was the founder and early members included Johnny Maunder, from West Hartlepool, and his pal Johnnie Hebb, also from Hartlepool, on bass.
had died in 1979, Maunder took on the task of preparing the third edition, published in 1999.
Sixth-former Joel Maunder, 18, was more than twice the legal limit when he was stopped driving his parents' 15mph mower on his way to meet pals.