MIRE


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MIREMission Interministérielle Recherche Expérimentation (French: Interministerial Mission Research Experiment)
MIREMerauke Integrated Rice Estate (Indonesia)
MIREModerately Interesting Ruby Exercise (computer graphics)
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Mire was filmed in shocking CCTV and mobile phone footage taken by a passer-by, who bravely carried on filming even as he was lunged at.
The incident was caught on CCTV and mobile phone footage taken by a passer-by, who kept filming as Mire lunged at him with a blade.
Sentencing him at the Old Bailey, Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, Recorder of London, said that while he accepted Mire was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the offence, he was also of the opinion he had been motivated by events in Syria.
Whilst Mire was not accused of terrorist offences, it would appear from comments he made at the time of the attack and the content he had downloaded on his phone that he may have been inspired by terrorist propaganda," said Commander Dean Haydon in a statement.
y ATTACK Mire, who has a long history of mental illness and believed he was being stalked by MI6, then ran around the station and tried to stab four other passengers.
Dove on a Straw Nest by Pablo Picasso, limited edition ceramic plate, 1949 Image Credit: Le Moulin a Cafe by Joan MirE, 1954 Image Credit: By Jyoti KalsiSpecial to Weekend Review
As curator Sergio Gaddi from Italy said, "Picasso and MirE were the most revolutionary artists at the beginning of the 20th century.
Mire, of Sansom Road, Leytonstone, is accused of punching his victim to the ground and repeatedly kicking him before inflicting a 12cm wound in his neck with a knife.
Mire is accused of punching his victim to the ground and repeatedly kicking him before taking hold of the victim's head and cutting a 12 centimetre (five inch) wound in his neck.
One of the victims, who was taken to hospital, and required an eye operation, has permanent residual damage as a result of the attack Mohamoud, of Loudoun Square, Butetown, and Mire, of Angelina Street, Butetown, were both sentenced to nine months' jail, suspended for two years.
Brendan Taylor and Mire each hit a fifty and put 106 runs for the fourth wicket to give them some hope but brought the hosts back into the contest again.