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20, 2017. Local resident Molly Wills is the owner. less Eloise Moulton, 14, works on a computer in the cafe area of the Waverly Project, a Greenwich-based educational and empowerment business for girls at 464 Round Hill Road in Greenwich, Conn., Friday, Jan. 20, ... more Photo: Bob Luckey Jr. / Hearst Connecticut Media Image 4 of 10 Molly Wills, owner of the Waverly Project, a Greenwich-based educational and empowerment business for girls, speaks during a meeting at Waverly's new space located at 464 Round Hill Road in Greenwich, Conn., Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. less Molly Wills, owner of the Waverly Project, a Greenwich-based educational and empowerment business for girls, speaks during a meeting at Waverly's new space located at 464 Round Hill Road in Greenwich, Conn., ... more Photo: Bob Luckey Jr.

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Reynolds , CRIMSON STAFF WRITER January 24, 2017 The season has just begun, but for the Harvard womens tennis team, flying the W has proved to be elusive thus far. The Crimson kicked off its spring season with an Illinois road trip against No. 26 Northwestern and DePaul, going 0-2 in the process. เสื้อผ้าผู้ใหญ่สีดำ In the weekends first match against the Wildcats (3-0, 0-0 Big Ten), Harvard (0-2, 0-0 Ivy League) produced its lone win at the top singles slot in an eventual 6-1 defeat. Sundays match at Lakeshore Sports & Fitness Center in Chicago, Ill. proved far more fortuitous for the Crimson, but the Blue Demons (2-0, 0-0 Big East) were able to triumph in the end, 5-2. I think these two matches were really good to see where our team is at tennis wise and fitness wise compared to the teams we played, captain June Lee said. We competed very hard, and there were definitely moments where the match could have gone either way so that was good to see. The only Harvard player to finish without a loss on the weekend, Lee continued to build on her strong play from her final fall season for the Crimson. Facing No.

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FILE PHOTO: Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi attends a joint news conference with U.S. President Barack Obama in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., October 18, 2016.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo By Crispian Balmer | ROME ROME Italy's highest court began deliberations on Tuesday to rule on the legality of the country's latest electoral law with the decision likely to influence the timing of the next election. An unambiguous ruling offering a simple solution to Italy's electoral tangle could open the way for an early ballot by June. A more nuanced, convoluted reading would almost certainly leave parliament in place until the legislature ends in early 2018. The constitutional court is expected to announce its verdict later on Tuesday or on Wednesday, opening the way for a likely overhaul of the contested law, known as the Italicum, which was introduced by former prime minister Matteo Renzi in 2015. The law only relates to the lower house of parliament. It envisaged a ballot staged over two rounds that guaranteed a big majority to the winning party while granting party bosses wide powers to handpick their preferred candidates. Renzi said the Italicum would bring political stability to Italy, but critics complained that it concentrated too much power in the hands of the winning party and did not allow voters to directly choose their representatives. "If the court intervenes to change the electoral law, เสื้อผ้าผู้ใหญ่ เสื้อผ้าpoohผู้ใหญ่ removing the second round and essentially leaving a proportional system in place, then the likelihood of an election this year is very high," said Anna Ascani, a lawmaker close to Renzi. "But there's no consensus in parliament on what kind of electoral law to write should the court only make suggestions to change the current law," she told Reuters, saying such a scenario would make a snap vote in 2017 highly unlikely. Renzi resigned last month after a crushing defeat in a referendum on his plans to overhaul the constitution, but he remains leader of the ruling Democratic Party (PD) and is pushing for elections to allow him to return to power. NEW ELECTION The constitutional reform was based on eliminating the upper house Senate as a directly elected chamber and when Renzi drew up his electoral reform he only had the lower chamber in mind, confident that voters would back him in the referendum.