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  • FFA Sniping Tips From Hutch: Wasteland (Gameplay Videos) Click this to watch more FFA Sniping Tips From Hutch! FFA Sniping Tips From Hutch: Wasteland (Modern Warfare 2 Gameplay Videos) Wasteland is probably the best map in MW2 to snipe on. There's comparatively few spots with cover and a lot of wide open terrain. For this video, I focused on answering some frequently asked questions about improving with a sniper and less on my actual tactics throughout the match. But then again, I rarely have any strategy in FFA than find the guys, shoot the guys :P Check out this director's channel here: FOR MORE MACHINIMA GOTO: TAGS: Call of Duty Modern Warfare MW2 UPC 47875333376 PS3 047875837492 XBox 360 XBox360 X360 0047875333376 PC MPN 83747 Infinity Ward Activision hutch hutchisyodaddy theimightyhutch themightyhutch the mighty imighty yt:quality=high
  • Nokia Distinguished Lecture: Eric Feron on Control Systems S Nokia Distinguished Lecture: Eric Feron on Control Systems Software Assurance Eric Feron School of Aerospace Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Abstract: Control systems has historically been concerned with the development of provably good control software specifications for cyber-physical systems. Closely associated with control systems engineering, one can find extensive tools derived from numerical ***ysis, dynamical system theory, complex ***ysis, linear algebra and other fields. Comparatively speaking, little or no attention has been spent on control software, leaving it aside as an "implementation issue". In this talk, we will motivate the need to look more closely at control system software. After pointing out the commonalities existing between invariant theory and Lyapunov stability theory, we will outline some basic techniques that may help make control systems software more easily and independently verifiable. We will also describe ongoing efforts aimed at the case-by-case verification of auto coded software. Bio: Eric Feron is the Dutton-Ducoffe Professor of Aerospace Software Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Prior to that, he has been on the faculty of MITs department of Aeronautics and Astronautics for 12 years. He holds his BS, MS and PhD degrees from Ecole Polytechnique, France, Ecole Normale Supérieure, France and Stanford University. Eric Ferons interests are to use fundamental concepts of control systems, optimization and ...
  • 82- Tire Tracks All Across My Back (but I still got off easy comparatively) My experiences being mentally ill and hospitalized and being jailed. Either one is about as ineffective as the other, and I couldn't really say which was more scary for a person who is paranoid and thinks the world is out to get them. Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I've tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice. - Robert Frost Perhaps neither place is best for a person with mental illness, but jail is certainly inappropriate and not helpful for the person with the illness. The alternative is that we do nothing, which is not good if someone is going to hurt themselves or hurt others. I personally think that a week in Kauai, or a Buddhist retreat would be more beneficial than some form of institutionalization. The 1st rule to medicine and to everything should be to do no harm- but who ever has a good time at the hospital or in jail? No one. The best cure for thinking negatively, is to think positively. If you can't get there on your own, maybe you just need a little help- and it wouldn't hurt. Do or see or smell or taste or hear or touch something positive, and perhaps your mind will follow.
  • First FPV on Phoenix 2000 Glider After trying FPV on Skyrider, We mounted the FPV System on Phoenix 2000 Glider. Its same as skyrider but with front propeller and much more power and climb rate comparatively. During flight prop doesn't bother at all and its just so much fun with all that climb rate and power to glide for 30 minutes or more in your hands. Comments and feedback welcome at [email protected] or [email protected] Don't forget to check http and http
  • Mad Cow Bill Call us at 215 651 8329 or see our web sites at http www.zone5 We deliver and plant trees to eastern US States .... Cows on organic dairy farms generally consume forage feeds cultivated on soils that are fertilized with manure and compost rather than manufactured fertilizers. This organic management, in turn, may significantly affect how easily nutrients are converted in soil into forms readily taken up by crops. Working with colleagues at the ARS New England Plant, Soil, and Water Laboratory in Orono, Maine, and elsewhere, chemist Zhongqi He showed that conventional and organic dairy manures from commercial dairy farms differed in concentrations of plant nutrients, including phosphorus, metals and minerals. The team used two different types of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to pinpoint these differences. Solution NMR spectroscopy is already widely used to ***yze phosphorus content in manure. For this study, the scientists also ***yzed manure content using solid-state NMR spectroscopy, which is especially effective at finding unique signatures of the different kinds of metals and minerals. The researchers found that the two types of manure had at least 17 different chemical forms of phosphorus that varied in concentrations. The organic dairy manure had higher levels of phosphorus, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc and magnesium. Organic dairy manure also contained more types of phosphorus found in association with calcium and magnesium ...
  • Behind The Jump: Train Small, See Large Behind The Jump: Vol 8 - Train Small, See Large. An important part of parkour training is to practise very small movements, often in a restricted environment, in order to develop greater spatial awareness and control. This 'small' training then makes the 'large' movements comparatively simple to perform. For more in the series see
  • Earth magnetic field generated by uniform heat flux at the surface of the core From the paper "Generation of a strong magnetic field using uniform heat flux at the surface of the core," by Ataru Sakuraba & Paul H. Roberts, published in Nature Geoscience 2, 802-805 (2009) Abstract: The Earth's main magnetic field is thought to be generated by motions in the planet's fluid outer core, which lead to an effect similar to that of a dynamo. Recent high-resolution numerical simulations produce only a non-dipolar or a dipolar but comparatively weak magnetic field unlike that of the Earth. Older models that did generate a strong, Earth-like field needed to use unrealistically high viscosities for the core fluid. Common to most of the models is the assumption of a laterally uniform core-surface temperature. Here we use a low-viscosity geodynamo model to evaluate the effect of a different and more realistic boundary condition—a uniform heat flux at the surface of the core—on the simulation of an Earth-like magnetic field. Our results show that when the surface temperature is laterally uniform, only a weak magnetic field is generated because planetary-scale fluid circulations are suppressed. In contrast, a laterally uniform heat flux at the core's surface leads to large-scale convective flows, and a comparatively strong dipole-type magnetic field. Contrary to previous work, we suggest that thermal conditions at the core surface have a strong effect on low-viscosity geodynamo models.
  • Too much to ask-Avril Lavigne 101000 Views o_o I love you all :D I never thought that I would get THAT many I know its not that much comparatively, but I'm very happy anyways :D This is my 2nd music video like this, Comments would be appreciated :) Thank you for all that did comment :D *disclaimer* the music belongs to its original owner
  • Saving Social Security with Personal Retirement Accounts There are two crises facing Social Security. First the program has a gigantic unfunded liability, largely thanks to demographics. Second, the program is a very bad deal for younger workers, making them pay record amounts of tax in exchange for comparatively meager benefits. This video explains how personal accounts can solve both problems, and also notes that nations as varied as Australia, Chile, Sweden, and Hong Kong have implemented this pro-growth reform.
  • Samsung B7722 Review PhoneArena reviews the Samsung B7722. Thе phone is an enticing offer for people who definitely need the comfort of using two networks, or two SIM cards from the same carrier simultaneously on a brand name handset. The ability to change cellular subscription lines with the touch of a button on a phone with a comparatively generous 3.2" touchscreen makes it quite a novel handset ... For more details, check our website at:
  • Wrapsol installation on MacBook Air 11" A comparatively painless procedure.
  • Do Men Settle For Bad Relationships? Vicki Larson had a piece at the Huffington Post the other day, "Why Women Walk Out More Than Men," citing research indicating that two-thirds of contemporary divorces are initiated by women. Why, she wonders, are men so comparatively reluctant to file for divorce? Larson notes the "bad behavior" of men like Sean Penn, Jesse James, Tiger Woods, and Tony Parker, habitual cheaters all, and asks why it was their wives who chose to end the marriages. Is this a case of men trying to have their cake and eat it too, combining domestic comfort and ***ual novelty? Larson isn't sure. One thing I'm sure of: infidelity is far from the only reason women initiate divorce more often than men. Though most statistics indicate men are more likely to cheat than women, the percentage of women who are unfaithful is rising. At the same time, the percentage of divorces women initiate is climbing, too. If there were a simple correlation between infidelity and divorce, then we'd expect men to be initiating divorce more often. But that's not the case. To Read More Click Here:
  • 17. The badness of death, Part II: The deprivation account Death (PHIL 176) This lecture continues to explore the issue of why death may be bad. According to the deprivation account, what is bad about death is the fact that because one ceases to exist, one becomes deprived of the good things in life. Being dead is not intrinsically bad; it is comparatively bad and one is worse off only by virtue of not being able to enjoy the things one enjoyed while alive, such as watching the sunset, listening to music, and discussing philosophy. Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
  • George Winston - Moon by parkthoven From the album, "Autumn".My humble interpretation. Personally, this piece is kinda tricky due to right hand tremolos. If you look at Canon Variation by George Winston which is also in my channel, right hand tremolo comes out in the very ending of the music. There is a disparity between the tremolos in Canon and Moon. In Canon, there is only white keyboard tremolo, which is comparatively eaiser than Moon tremolo. On the contrary there is combination tremolo of white key and black key in Moon. So it's comparatively harder than Canon. Anyway, enjoy~
  • 9/11 Coincidences (7/19) 9/11 Coincidences (Part Seven) ---------------------------- Happy As Larry - The WTC7 Implosion ---------------------------- Please visit the website to order the full version of 9/11 Mysteries: www.911 Everyone remembers the Twin Towers exploding at 9 and 10:28AM EDT on September 11, 2001. Comparatively few people can recall that there was a third massive skyscraper, also a part of the World Trade Center, which fell very rapidly to the ground on that day. This was World Trade Center Building 7. One reason that few remember WTC Building 7's collapse is that after September 11th it has been treated, both in the media and in The 9/11 Commission Report, as if it didn't happen. The total collapse of the third huge skyscraper late in the afternoon September 11th was reported as if it were an insignificant footnote... most people never saw video of Building 7's collapse... Incredibly, it is virtually impossible to find any mention of Building 7 in newspapers, magazines, or broadcast media reports after September 11th." The Commission avoids another embarrassing problem -- explaining how WTC 7 could have collapsed, also virtually at free-fall speed -- by simply not mentioning the collapse of this building. The collapse of Building 7 at 5:20PM EDT was in itself a major event; the sudden and unexplained fall to earth of a 47-story steel-framed skyscraper is certainly news. Why has there been almost no mention of this in the US media, and why was there no mention of ...
  • Ross Allen gets wrapped up in his work Famous herpetologist Ross Allen in over his head as he wrestles an anaconda underwater. Must say he looks cute in those shorts.
  • Stop The Traffick - Cambodia June 2001 Thirty years of war left Cambodia ravaged and poverty-stricken. Since the end of the brutal Khmer Rouge rule, poverty, corruption and global tourism have all made it particularly vulnerable to the child labour industry. Children are trafficked into cities from rural areas to become *** slaves or *** workers, or trafficked out to comparatively wealthy Thailand to work in Bangkok as beggars, domestic workers, or labourers on construction sites.
  • Ocean currents and oil spill - Google Earth version - 0.0005+ concentrations This animation, displayed using Google Earth software, provides sharpened contrast between comparatively clear ocean and areas of higher dye concentration by eliminating dye concentrations below 0.0005 (a dilution of 2000 times relative to the source). As a result, the area covered in beige (most diluted) is reduced compared to the animations released on June 3, 2010, with some of the lowest concentrations becoming transparent. The June 3 YouTube video is here: . You can download a KMZ file and instructions for interactive display within Google Earth from this page: www2.ucar.edu This animation shows one scenario of how oil released in the upper 65 feet of the ocean at the location of the Deepwater Horizon disaster on April 20 in the Gulf of Mexico could move. This is not a forecast, but rather, it illustrates a likely dispersal pathway of the oil for roughly four months following the spill. It assumes oil spilling continuously from April 20 to June 20. The colors represent a dilution factor ranging from red (most concentrated) to beige (most diluted). The simulations do not make any assumptions about the daily rate or total amount of oil spilled and the dilution factor does not attempt to estimate the actual barrels of oil at any spot. Instead, one unit per day of a liquid "dye tracer" is injected in the model at the spill site (injected continuously over the period April 20 through June 20). The animation shows possible scenarios of what might happen to ...
  • WW2 - Battle for Kiev German Capture of Kiew In the initial attack on the Soviet Union, Panzer Group 1, under General von Kleist, had punched deep into the Western Ukraine, unhinging the Russian front at the junction of the Russian 5th and 6th Armies. Within a fortnight von Kleist had captured Berdichev, bringing the battle to the gates of Kiev and threatening an encirclement of five entire Soviet Armies. The Rumanian attack, delayed until July 1st, provided the anvil upon which the shattered Russian Armies were increasingly pressed by the blows of von Kleist's armour. The Rumanian armies, however, were neither experienced nor particularly well equipped, and the German armies of Army Group South were comparatively disadvantaged by earlier priorities to concentrate the force of the attack in the centre of the front. Advancing against Soviet forces nearly two million strong, and incorporating fully half the armoured and mechanised units of the Red Army, the German infantry was unable to fully exploit the advantage of surprise and confusion. The tenuous embrace of von Kleist's armoured pincer was equally strained by furious Soviet attempts to break out to the East. To ensure the entrapment of the Soviet Armies in the Ukraine, the destruction of which, he believed, would signal the death knell of the Red Army, Hitler halted the drive on Moscow, ordering Panzer Group 2, under General Gudarian, to strike South, across the Desna and into the path of the Russian retreat. To Hitler the prospect of ...
  • AV Club Inventory: Rock-Doc Dicks The Onion's pop-culture-focused sister publication, The AV Club, is debuting a new weekly video series called "Inventory," based on its popular lists of the same name. For week two of Inventory The Video Series, we're happy to present what we call Rock-Doc Dicks--those documentaries about rock stars that show their true (and ugly) colors. If you've ever wondered why people hate Bono, look no further than Rattle And Hum. If you cherish Lil Wayne's lyrics but don't understand him as a person, there's The Carter. And if you think rockers with comparatively few fans can't have massive egos, there's Dig! Enjoy.
  • Albinoni - Sonata a Cinque in C Major Op. 2 No. 2 TOMASO GIOVANNI ALBINONI (1671-1751) Sonata a cinque for two violins, two violas, and basso continuo in C major Op. 2 No. 2 1. Largo 2. Allegro 3. Grave 4. Allegro Performed by Ensemble 415 Directed by Chiara Banchini *Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni was a Venetian Baroque composer. While famous in his day as an opera composer, he is mainly remembered today for his instrumental music, some of which is regularly recorded. Born to Antonio Albinoni, a wealthy paper merchant in Venice, he studied violin and singing. Relatively little is known about his life, especially considering his contemporary stature as a composer, and the comparatively well-documented period in which he lived. In 1694 he dedicated his Opus 1 to the fellow-Venetian Pietro, Cardinal Ottoboni (grand-nephew of Pope Alexander VIII); Ottoboni was an important patron in Rome of other composers, such as Arcangelo Corelli. Albinoni was possibly employed in 1700 as a violinist to Charles IV, Duke of Mantua, to whom he dedicated his Opus 2 collection of instrumental pieces. In 1701 he wrote his hugely popular suites Opus 3, and dedicated that collection to Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany. In 1705, he was married; Antonino Biffi, the maestro di cappella of San Marco was a witness, and evidently was a friend of Albinoni's. Albinoni seems to have no other connection with that primary musical establishment in Venice, however, and achieved his early fame as an opera composer at many cities in Italy, including ...
  • Fauk Report (Part 2) Asian Reporter imitates the Colbert Report. Discusses 7 countries comparatively. An AP Comparative Government Assignment made by 4 Campolindo students.
  • Doom 1 - Episode 4: Thy Flesh Consumed (Ultra-Violence) - Part 2 XBL Gamertag: MetalSmasher86 Three more levels completed, comparatively easily next to the hell we endured in the last episode!
  • 1940's Hair-Soft Waves for Fine Hair~Inspired by Rita Hayworth Comparatively poor quality but it has sound! So sorry about the audio glitch w/the other video. This one is condensed somewhat. The intro has been deleted and the music has been changed a little. Thanks for your patience.
  • GIFTS- a study in comparative law by Richard Hyland BOOK REVIEW GIFTS - A STUDY IN COMPARATIVE LAW By Richard Hyland ISBN: 978-0-19-534336-6 Oxford University Press GIFTS: SHOULD WE BEWARE OF GREEKS (OR ANYBODY ELSE FOR THAT MATTER) BEARING THEM? An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Diamonds may be a girls best friend. But if she accepts them as a gift, the lass may need a lawyer if her relationship with the giver by any chance turns sour. Here is a great and we mean monumental -- book on gifts; primarily the legal aspects and the ramifications of giving and receiving gifts across a representative range of western cultures, from England (assume that means the United Kingdom) and the United States to Spain, Italy, France and Belgium. India is also included as the worlds largest English speaking democracy with, of course, a common law tradition. References are also made to Germany and Switzerland. The perspective is legal; the fascination universal. The book, as author Richard Hyland is happy to state, is not just for lawyers. Conceivably, folk whose idea of reading a law book extends about as far as novels by John Grisham might well find it a riveting read, despite the often challenging concepts and legal terminology therein. The book is indeed the work of a formidable, retentive and scholarly mind. The research involved is massive and meticulous. The subject matter, as the subtitle indicates, is comparative law, the author having mentioned that a professor of ...
  • Crisis Core Dub Parody : Chapter 2 THIS VIDEO CAN BE SEEN IN HIGH DEF! So here is the long-awaited (not) Chapter 2 of our Crisis Core Dub. It starts out basically where the last one leaves off, and introduces a new character, Lazard, the SOLDIER Director. Even though I had this video completed already I had to go back and re-edit some stuff. Ie Where Angeal says, "You were almost a Zack sandwich," I had to have Spaz record that on his mic. Originally he said, "You're off your game, Zack," but I think this line fit better (minus the comparatively low quality of his mic). Spaz also plays the voice of Lazard. Here we get to see Up_Lift playing Sephiroth again, with just as few lines as before. By the way, he gets better later on. This is actually the worst of Up_Lift's scenes. ...why CAN'T you use summons? --Kyol Vids thanks to Spaz as Angeal Kyol as Zack Spaz as Lazard Up_Lift as Sephiroth
  • NBC Creating Draco from Dragonheart Creating Draco from Dragonheart. Filmmakers reel, interview.
  • Let's Play Super Mario Sunshine - Comparatively Excellent (65) woo i actually, like, know what i'm doing a little bit
  • BWV 78, duet w/ Teresa Stich-Randall and D. Hermann "Jesu, der du meine Seele" BWV 78 JS Bach Choir and Orchestra of the Bach Guild conducted by Felix Prohaska, Vienna, 1954 This is the wonderful duet from the pictured, and unfortunately now out of print, Vanguard Classics CD. Pasted below is a nice review of this recording left by a listener at . A KNOCKOUT WAITING TO BE A HIT November 26, 2003 By DAVID BRYSON (Glossop Derbyshire England) - (TOP 500 REVIEWER) If you can find this record you are hereby incited to obtain it by fair means or foul. Everything on it is good. The comparatively well-known Actus Tragicus, Cantata 106, is sombre, grief-laden and desolate, the tempi slow and the expression devotional and unworldly. What is pre-emptive about this disc however is Cantata 78, or rather the second number in Cantata 78, the duet `Wir eilen...' for soprano and contralto. It seems that every now and again this comparatively obscure piece comes to someone's notice fortuitously and sets off the same sort of reaction. It apparently achieved fame over the airwaves in at least two widely separated parts of America, a friend of mine picked it instantly as his wedding voluntary, I myself was bowled over by it when I first heard it 35 years ago, gave my copy to my mother thinking I could easily replace it, failed totally to do that and have been searching forlornly for it ever since. Somehow the piece has never `established' itself in the way Jesu Joy and Wachet Auf have done. You might hardly recognise it as Bach at ...
  • Sinking of the Battleship Bismarck Pt 06 Bismarck continued to fly her ensign. With no sign of surrender, despite the unequal struggle, the British were loath to leave Bismarck. Their fuel and shell supplies were low, a demonstration of how difficult it was for a battleship to sink a similar unit, even in an unbalanced engagement. However, when it became obvious that their enemy could not reach port, Rodney, King George V and the destroyers were sent home. Norfolk had no tor***es left, so Dorsetshire launched three 21-inch (533 mm) tor***es, which may have hit Bismarck at comparatively short range. The battleship's upper works were almost completely destroyed but her engines were still functioning, although Johannes "Hans" Zimmermann, a boiler room stoker who survived, confirms that salt water had entered the boiler feed lines causing the engineers to reduce speed to seven knots, fearing an explosion, and the hull appeared to be relatively sound; therefore, rather than risk her being captured, survivors have said the order to scuttle and then abandon ship was given. Many of the crew went into the water, but few sailors from the lower engine spaces survived. As Captain Lindemann was presumed killed with all officers after the bridge was hit by a 16-inch (410 mm) shell, it is unclear whether he could have given the order to scuttle. Some of the survivors, though, strongly maintain they saw him going down alive with his ship. Bismarck slipped below the waves stern first at 10:39 that morning. Unaware of the fate ...
  • Marwan Al Shaqab - Three Times World Champion Video of Marwan Al Shaqab (Gazal Al Shaqab x Little Liza Fame) 2000 Bay Stallion Three Times World Champion ( 2001 - 2002 - 2008 ) Visit : To know more about Al Shaqab Famous Show Horses Marwan Al Shaqab has been a jewel in the crown of Al Shaqab since his first show in Doha, when he confidently entered the arena and emerged victorious. Soon thereafter he left his homeland to conquer the world, and continues to be an ideal representation of Al Shaqab and the Arabian horses of Qatar. Although only a comparatively young stallion, the sons and daughters of Marwan have already established him as the most influential stallion of his generation. The extreme beauty, elegance and quality of Marwan Al Shaqab are no accident. A careful study of his pedigree reveals generation after generation of excellence. Sired by World Champion Gazal Al Shaqab, his dam, Little Liza Fame, was a champion at the national level in the United States before her selection as a broodmare for the Al Shaqab program. Many renowned stallions, such as Fame VF, Bey Shah, Raffon, Ruminaja Ali, Aza Destiny, *Naborr, *Ansata Ibn Halima and Gamaar are represented in his pedigree, and are carefully balanced by the strength and quality of his dam lines, a necessary qualification for every great sire. Titles Qatar National Champion Colt World Champion Junior Colt (twice) European Champion Colt All Nations Cup Champion Colt US National Junior Champion Stallion (unanimous) US National Senior Champion ...
  • Raptorex Tribute Raptorex is a genus of primitive tyrannosauroid dinosaur, similar to (but much smaller than) the later tyrannosaurids such as Tyrannosaurus rex. Its fossil remains consist of a single specimen uncovered in the lower Yixian Formation of northeastern China, dated to approximately 125 million years ago during the early Cretaceous period. The type species is R. kriegsteini, described in 2009 by Sereno and colleagues. The genus name is derived from Latin raptor, "robber", and rex, "king". The specific name honours Roman Kriegstein, a survivor of the Holocaust, whose son Henry Kriegstein donated the specimen to the University of Chicago for scientific study. Raptorex shows the same basic proportions as later tyrannosauroids: a comparatively large and solidly-constructed skull, long legs with adaptations for running, and tiny, two-fingered forelimbs. This is in contrast with more basal, contemporary tyrannosauroids such as Dilong, which retained features characteristic of more basal other coelurosaurs such as a small head and long, three-fingered forelimbs. Despite its similarity to later, giant tyrannosaurs, Raptorex was comparatively very small, estimated at 3 m (10 ft) long and about 65 kg (143 lb). The holotype (LH PV18) measured about 2.5 m (8 ft) and died in its sixth year.
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  • Rzayev RM Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma (I category): Transpalatine approach Comparatively limited ability of operation with application transpalatinal access (in comparison with the operations, providing a wide operational field) allow to apply this operation only at "small" juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma, occupying a nasopharynx, extending into nasal cavity and sphenoid sinus, ie at tumors of I category/or stage. Transpalatine approach provides a short and direct way to the said anatomic structures that allows carrying out full removal of a tumor, not inflict damage to nearby structures. Advantage transpalatine approaches also appear paunch absence on face, which in the cosmetic relation is that allows carrying out full removal of a tumor, not inflict damage to nearby structures. Advantage transpalatine approaches also appear paunch absence on face, which in the cosmetic relation is rather s rather satisfactory.
  • What is the Hurom Slow Juicer? Episode #268 What is the Hurom Slow Juice? , The Hurom juicer goes slow like a horizontal single auger juicer and a twin gear juicer, however, the speed is much faster comparatively speaking.
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  • Jim Humble interviewed by Bill Ryan (Jan 2010) : a Project Avalon video I first met Jim Humble in November 2008, and my interview with him is available on For those who are unaware of Jim's work, he is the inventor of MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution) which, according to Jim, two million people worldwide have used to successfully and rapidly treat a range of serious illnesses and other viral conditions - with very little cost and with comparatively little difficulty. I have personally received many testimonies of the apparent benefits of MMS - and witnessed several apparent miracles first-hand. I had the pleasure of interviewing him again at Thomas Kirschner's house in Southern Germany in January 2010 after Jim had flown to Europe from Africa for a week. Thomas is the editor of the German NEXUS Magazine and has done a huge amount to support and assist Jim. He is also a longstanding friend of Camelot and Avalon. As you'll see in the video, Jim has been getting some quite remarkable results. He has been very successfully treating hundreds of patients with AIDS and cancer and has collected reports of patients with AIDS being restored to full health within three weeks using a particular protocol which he has developed. He describes what he calls 'MMS 2', which he says works particularly effectively in conjunction with MMS 1 for treating cancer. Of interest to some of you may be one project (added as an outtake - nothing to do with MMS, and which he's not devoted any time to recently) which is so off-the-wall that it's barely believable ...
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  • Skoda Octavia review - CarBuyer Full Review at: Value for money is at the core of the Octavia's appeal, but just because it's comparatively cheap, that doesn't mean it lacks desirability elsewhere. It's also a well built car with a spacious interior and boot. An update in 2009 resulted in a redesigned front, an improved interior and the addition of new engines. The diesels are the best sellers, with the Greenline version being the most economical of the lot. The sportier vRS version is available with a choice of powerful petrol or diesel engines. Do you own this car? Let us know what you think about it with the Driver Power Survey
  • Sidney Govou-Welcome to Panathinaikos? Sidney Rodrigue Noukpo Govou(French pronunciation:born 27 July 1979) is a French football player of Beninese descent who currently plays for Olympique Lyonnais of France and French national team.Govou is a naturally attacking player but rarely plays as a striker, he is more commonly deployed as a winger. His main attributes are his pace and technique.At the start of the 09/10 season Govou was given the captain's armband of Lyon after the departure of Juninho Pernambucano.However he has since been stripped of captaincy. Staying at school to complete his studies to a comparatively late age for a footballer, Govou was a late-comer to the sporting world, joining Olympique Lyon's youth academy at the age of 17 in 1996. Loyal to his first and only club Govou has, up until this point, played at the Stade Gerland for his entire professional career. Govou has often been criticised for his lack of composure in front of goal, especially in high-pressure situations, which partly explains why he now occupies a deeper role, often in wide positions, rather than playing as the focal point of the team's attack. His offensive role, however, does not prevent him from often playing an important role in recovering possession for his team, due largely to his great athletic capabilities and high levels of fitness. He also has a good heading ability. During the 2004--05 season, Paul Le Guen handed Govou the captain's armband during the long absence of club captain Claudio Caçapa due to injury ...