اشكال مختلفة من الطاولات العصرية والكلاسيكية .. اعتمد عليها في منزلك «صور»

اشكال مختلفة من الطاولات العصرية والكلاسيكية .. اعتمد عليها في منزلك «صور»


الموضة والجمال

يبحث العديد من العرائس والسيدات عن أفكار للطاولات والطاولات الكلاسيكية والحديثة ليتمكنوا من إضفاء لمستهم الجذابة على المنزل ، لإضفاء لمسة عصرية ومفيدة على المنزل ، لأن طاولات الاستقبال من القطع المهمة التي لا يمكنك القيام بها بدون ، لذلك نحن نقدم ، ولكن من خلال “هون” أشكال مختلفة من الطاولات الحديثة والكلاسيكية لتبنيها في منزلك.

طاولات خشبية

الطاولات الخشبية بأشكال وسماكات مختلفة ولن تتلف بسهولة. يمكنك أيضًا اختيار الكراسي التي تريدها مع طاولة الأريكة ، سواء كانت من نفس اللون أو لون آخر.

طاولات خشبية بقطع من الزجاج

إذا كان لديك عائلة كبيرة ولا يوجد أي ضرر للأطفال ، يمكنك إضافة الزجاج إلى الطاولة ، وسوف يضفي عليها مظهراً أنيقاً.

طاولات خشبية مختلطة مع قماش الأريكة

تشتهر التصميمات الحديثة للطاولات بالتصميم الخشبي الممزوج بنسيج الأريكة مما يساعدك على التكيف مع أي لون.

طاولات مغلقة

هذا النوع من الطاولات يوفر مساحة كبيرة في المنزل ويزين شكل القاعة.

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    World Cup 2022, Day 15: Round of 16 knockouts heats up | World Cup News

    World Cup 2022, Day 15: Round of 16 knockouts heats up | World Cup News


    France takes on Poland followed by an England vs Senegal match – the first time the two nations will face one another.

    The Round of 16 knockout stage at the Qatar 2022 World Cup continues with two more matches scheduled for Sunday, December 4, 2022 — the 15th day of the tournament.

    • France vs Poland (Al Thumama Stadium, 6pm/15:00 GMT)
    • England vs Senegal (Al Bayt Stadium, 10pm/19:00 GMT)

    France vs Poland

    Reigning World Cup champs France, recharged and unbeaten in their last seven matches against Poland, are projected to cruise past the White and Reds into the quarter-finals.

    Poland’s formidable defence will look to stifle France’s Kylian Mbappe, who is coming off a two-goal performance against Denmark. Mbappe is also now the only player — other than Pele — to have scored seven goals at the World Cup before the age of 24.

    Poland's Robert Lewandowski warming up on the pitch.
    Poland’s Robert Lewandowski warming up on the pitch before taking on Saudi Arabia at Education City Stadium in Qatar on November 25, 2022 [Sorin Furcoi/Al Jazeera]

    France’s 36-year-old Olivier Giroud, chasing his 52nd international goal to move past fellow countryman Thierry Henry as France’s all-time leading scorer, will also pose a significant threat to the Poles.

    Poland, aiming to bounce back after a 2-0 group loss to Argentina, will need to rely on the precision and pace of captain Robert Lewandowski if they wish to stage a knockout round upset against Les Bleus.

    England vs Senegal

    England has never lost to an African team, but will that change?

    In 21 matches, including seven World Cup contests, the Three Lions have beaten back or drawn with every African team they have squared off against. And they are heavily favoured to win in Sunday’s match, too — the first between the two nations.

    But, in a 2022 World Cup defined by a number of big upsets, Senegal, competing in the tournament’s knockout round for just the second time in history, should not be discounted.

    Senegal, led by talisman Kalidou Koulibaly, rebounded to fine form after sustaining an opening loss to the Netherlands, going on to edge hosts Qatar and Ecuador, despite the absence of an injured Sadio Mane.

    Senegal's Ismaila Sarr celebrates qualifying for the knockout stages by crying out while on his knees with arms raised in victory.
    Senegal’s Ismaila Sarr celebrates qualifying for the knockout stages [Reuters/Dylan Martinez] (

     

    Suspended Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye will sit out Sunday’s match after picking up a second yellow card in his team’s thrilling 2-1 win over Ecuador on November 29.

    Senegal’s coach Aliou Cisse, stricken by illness, will also be sidelined for Sunday’s contest.



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    Lionel Messi scores in 1000th career game as Argentina reaches World Cup quarterfinals

    Lionel Messi scores in 1000th career game as Argentina reaches World Cup quarterfinals




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    Lionel Messi scored in what was the 1,000th game of his storied career as Argentina beat Australia 2-1 to advance to the World Cup quarterfinals.

    Captaining his national team for the 100th time, Messi ignited this last-16 match midway through the first half, curling home cutely after some neat build-up play – his 789th career goal.

    In the second half, Julián Álvarez capitalized on some slack goalkeeping by Australia stopper Mat Ryan to score his second goal of the tournament and extend Argentina’s lead.

    Just when it looked like Argentina might run away with proceedings, Craig Goodwin’s deflected strike from outside the box nestled in the bottom corner to set up an exciting finale, but Argentina was able to hold out.

    Aziz Behich looked as if he might snatch an unlikely equalizer but Lisandro Martinez’s last-dtich tackle deflected the Australian defender’s shot following a slaloming run past a succession of Argentina defenders.

    The victory means Argentina will face the Netherlands on Friday in the quarterfinals, after the Dutch beat the US Men’s National Team 3-1 earlier on Saturday.

    Messi celebrates after he scores against Australia.

    Messi’s quest to win that elusive World Cup title had a rocky start at Qatar 2022 – Argentina was stunned by Saudi Arabia in its opening group game – and La Albiceleste barely troubled Australia in the opening half hour.

    Many soccer pundits have passed comment on just how much Messi tends to walk in matches these days, but that wasn’t the case when the 35-year-old closed down Behich as he attempted to clear the ball.

    Messi and Behich got into a bit of a shoving match and that small act of passion was enough to get the Argentina fans in the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium off their feet and singing again.

    Those fans were soon crooning even more loudly when Messi curled a beautiful, left-footed effort past Australian keeper Ryan following a slick Argentina moved.

    The goal was Messi’s ninth in World Cups, taking him above Diego Maradona and Guillermo Stabile who have eight apiece. Only Gabriel Batistuta has more for Argentina with 10.

    Messi celebrates after scoring Argentina's first goal against Australia.

    It was the highlight of what was an even first half, with Australia looking organized and never in awe of Argentina.

    After the break, Argentina began to turn on the style, though La Albiceleste’s second goal stemmed from hard work and pressing.

    After Ryan attempted to control a back-pass, he took a heavy touch to evade the on-rushing Rodrigo De Paul.

    Unfortunately for Ryan, Álvarez had joined the press and capitalized on the Australian’s keeper’s error to tap home for his second goal in as many games.

    Cue more Messi magic as the 35-year-old jinked and bounced past a succession of Australian players to the delight of the thousands of Argentina fans in attendance.

    Argentina was in cruise control, but with just under 15 minutes left, a strike from Australia’s Goodwin looked to be heading safely away from the Argentina goal before it struck Enzo Fernández and flew past Emiliano Martínez.

    With Australia pushing for a second goal, Argentina had an opportunities to catch the Socceroos on the break, with Lautaro Martínez missing numerous opportunities to seal the game.

    Behich almost scored one of the goals of the tournament as he weaved in between a series of Argentina players before a flying tackle by Manchester United defender Martinez thwarted the Australian at the last moment.

    Australia went close one last time, teenager Garang Kuol – making just his third appearance for the Socceroos – almost forcing extra-time but his close range shot was smothered by Argentina keeper Martínez.



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    Seoul arrests former top security official over alleged border murder cover-up

    Seoul arrests former top security official over alleged border murder cover-up


    SEOUL — Seoul’s former national security director was arrested Saturday over a suspected cover-up surrounding Pyongyang’s killing of a South Korean fisheries official near the rivals’ sea boundary in 2020.

    Suh Hoon’s arrest early Saturday came as President Yoon Suk Yeol’s conservative government investigated his liberal predecessor’s handling of that killing and another border incident the same year, cases that prompted criticism Seoul was desperately trying to appease the North to improve relations.

    Former President Moon Jae-in, who staked his single term on inter-Korean rapprochement before leaving office in May, has reacted angrily to the investigation into Suh’s actions.

    Moon issued a statement this week accusing Yoon’s government of raising groundless allegations and politicizing sensitive security matters.

    Judge Kim Jeong-min of the Seoul Central District Court granted the prosecutor’s request to arrest Suh over concerns that he may attempt to destroy evidence, the court said in a statement.

    Suh didn’t answer reporters’ questions about the allegations on Friday as he appeared at the court for a review of the prosecution’s warrant request.

    Suspicions of a cover up

    A previous inquiry by South Korea’s Board of Audit and Inspection concluded that officials from Moon’s government made no meaningful attempt to rescue Lee Dae-jun after learning that the 47-year-old fisheries official was drifting in waters near the Koreas’ western sea boundary in September 2020.

    After confirming that Lee had been fatally shot by North Korean troops, officials publicly played up the possibility that he had tried to defect to North Korea, citing his gambling debts and family issues while withholding evidence suggesting he had no such intention, the audit board said in an October report.

    Suh also served as Moon’s spy chief before being appointed as national security director two months before the killing.

    He faces suspicions that he used a Cabinet meeting to instruct officials to delete intelligence records related to the incident while the government crafted a public explanation of Lee’s death.

    Suh is also suspected of ordering the Defense Ministry, National Intelligence Service, and the Coast Guard to portray Lee as trying to defect in their reports on his killing.

    Critics say the Moon government went out of its way to paint Lee as unsympathetic as it tried to appease a nuclear-armed rival with a brutal human rights record.

    In June, the Defense Ministry and coast guard reversed the Moon government’s description of the incident, saying there was no evidence that Lee had tried to defect.

    Moon’s Democratic Party issued a statement criticizing Suh’s arrest, saying suspicions he might destroy evidence were unreasonable since “all the materials are in the hands of the Yoon Suk Yeol government”.

    “The Defense Ministry, Coast Guard, National Intelligence Service and other security-related agencies have made a judgment on the Western Sea incident based on an analysis of information and circumstances,” the party said in a statement.

    It called the investigation a type of political vendetta. — Euronews



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