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  • Gun practice - Torchwood - BBC Captain Jack (John Barrowman) teaches new girl Gwen how to shoot in the Torchwood Hub. Exciting clip from the hit BBC series Torchwood.
  • Alicia Alonso giving a ballet class part 2 Alicia Alonso Prima Ballerina Assoluta and Ballet Nacional de Cuba Ballet Class Part 1
  • Jeanne D'Arc (PSP) - CG n°19 - "Tutelage" ...
  • Eric Ingram's Blue Belt Test - Drill 5 - Freestyle Fight Simulation Eric Ingram has been studying Gracie Combatives for a few years under the tutelage of his brother, Troy Ingram -- a certified instructor at Bill Odom's Certified Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Training Center in Norfolk, VA. Eric is quadriplegic, meaning all four limbs are affected by his condition, but is obviously not paralyzed. In his modified blue belt test, Eric demonstrates a level of resourcefulness and adaptiveness that can only be be likened to that which Grand Master Helio Gracie used to modify the Japanese Jiu-Jitsu techniques. To the Grand Master, nothing was more fulfilling than to empower the weak against the strong, and there is little doubt that seeing Eric's adaptation his art would have moved him greatly.
  • Islam And Women - Hamza Yusuf (2/5) Part (3/5): Islam And Women - with Muslim scholar and lecturer Hamza Yusuf. Hamza Yusuf: Hamza Yusuf Hanson was born in Washington State and raised in northern California. After exploring religion at an early age, he entered Islam at 18 and set out to study in England, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Algeria, and finally West Africa. He became fluent in the Arabic language and then began his studies of the traditional Islamic sciences under the tutelage of some of the greatest Muslim scholars of our age. After a sojourn of ten years abroad, Hamza Yusuf returned to the US and took degrees in Nursing and Religious Studies. In 1996, he co-founded the Zaytuna Institute in order to teach the traditional sciences of Islam to people in the West. He serves as the director of the Institute and has translated several texts from Arabic for the Institute's curriculum. He is recognized today as one of the most influential voices for Islam in the West and has advised several world leaders including the President of the United States and the head of the Arab League. Hamza Yusuf resides in northern California with his wife and children.
  • American Idol 2010 // Season 9, TOP 6 Perform Under Shania Twain's Tutelage Tonights theme was Shania Twain, a guest judge during auditions and Tuesday nights mentor.
  • The Red Violin: Kaspar Weiss, Musical Prodigy Wide Screen HD Version: The red violin's journey begins. From Italy, it travels to Austria by way of an itinerant merchant who sells it to an orphanage run by monks. The violin is passed down from one musically gifted child to the next for 100 years, until it falls into the hands of Kaspar Weiss (actor, Christoph Koncz), an exceptional prodigy with a weak heart. The monks caring for him decide to audition Kaspar before a violin master, Monsieur Poussin (actor, Jean-Luc Bideau), who immediately sees a diamond in the rough worth investing in. So Kaspar Weiss is taken to Vienna under the tutelage of Monsieur Poussin. This clip only features Kaspar's outstanding playing ability, but unfortunately does not include focus on Kaspar's intense dependence on the red violin, Monsieur Poussin's failing dreams of being an important figure in Vienna's music world, nor Kaspar's outcome, whether he succeeds in Vienna or not. So if you're interested, you'll have to buy or rent the DVD, or catch the movie on TV! Languages spoken in this clip: German and French. All music written and arranged by John Corigliano. The first piece which was played by the orphans is a Baroque variation of the red violin's theme. The audition for Monsieur Poussin is a variation of Bach's violin concertos with the red violin's theme infused throughout. The last piece which Kaspar was practicing so diligently, is another variation from The Red Violin Caprices, the first variation on the sheet music ...
  • Haiti is ruined by Bill Clinton and the Interational Monetary Fund !!! Whether you know it or not Obama has chosen the two people who did more damage to Haiti in recent years to Haiti than you can imagine. Now Obama has asked Bill Clinton and GW Bush to hit us up for money, when our taxes already destroyed Haiti's agricultural capacity. Really nice right? Watch this video and send it around because insanity is when you do the same thing over and over and expect a different outcome. Over the past two decades, a period of growing IMF tutelage over the Haitian economy, exports of American rice to Haiti have grown from virtually zero to more than 200000 tons a year, making the poverty-stricken country of 7 million people the fourth-largest market for American rice in the world after Japan, Mexico and Canada. According to US and Haitian economists, the result has been a massive shift in local consumption habits, with many Haitians now choosing cheap imported rice at the expense of domestically grown staples, including rice, corn and millet. Over the past two decades, a period of growing IMF tutelage over the Haitian economy, exports of American rice to Haiti have grown from virtually zero to more than 200000 tons a year, making the poverty-stricken country of 7 million people the fourth-largest market for American rice in the world after Japan, Mexico and Canada. According to US and Haitian economists, the result has been a massive shift in local consumption habits, with many Haitians now choosing cheap imported rice at the expense of ...
  • The Ten most worthy people who should be fired or voted out of office. 9 out of 10 are democrats. Two are from Nevada... Interesting.. Over the past two decades, a period of growing IMF tutelage over the Haitian economy, exports of American rice to Haiti have grown from virtually zero to more than 200000 tons a year, making the poverty-stricken country of 7 million people the fourth-largest market for American rice in the world after Japan, Mexico and Canada. According to US and Haitian economists, the result has been a massive shift in local consumption habits, with many Haitians now choosing cheap imported rice at the expense of domestically grown staples, including rice, corn and millet. Over the past two decades, a period of growing IMF tutelage over the Haitian economy, exports of American rice to Haiti have grown from virtually zero to more than 200000 tons a year, making the poverty-stricken country of 7 million people the fourth-largest market for American rice in the world after Japan, Mexico and Canada. According to US and Haitian economists, the result has been a massive shift in local consumption habits, with many Haitians now choosing cheap imported rice at the expense of domestically grown staples, including rice, corn and millet.
  • raga natbhairav bilambit Kailash Patra (Violin Player - Hindustani Classical) Profile There is an adage 'The Dawn Shows The Day...' Sri Kailash Patra heightened musical perception since childhood and made a mark as an outstanding Violinist in the world of Hindustani Classical Music. He has astonished the music world with his unique music improvisation and crystal clear tonal quality. Hailing from the family of musicians, Kailash was initiated in the art of vocal music and playing Harmonium from his mother. He received the initial musical training in violin from Smt. Padmini Khuntia. Further he was adequately disciplined in violin recital by Pt. Sunakar Sahoo, a violin exponent of Orissa and Anthony Franchise, a leading western violin player of Chennai. Later under the tutelage of Late Pt. SR Kulkarni of Gwalior Gharana of Belgaon district, Maharashtra, he learnt the pristine beauty and form of the tradition of Gharana. Presently he is under the tutelage of Pt. DK Datar and Pt. LK Pandit, the living legends of Gwalior Gharana. Kailash's magnetic performance always attracts the audience whether in the USA, Canada or his motherland India. Important features of Kailash's Baaj (playing style) are his natural ability to play the 'Gwalior Gayaki Ang', typical North Indian Gamak Patterns, clarity, melodious sequence of notes and his zeal for perfection. He also sings the composition along with its instrumental rendering. His vocal ariso has won appreciation from lovers and art circles. Gifted with a ...
  • Jason and Adam: The VERY Last Lesson? (MBH.193) This is it, folks: the final YouTube instructional video from Jason Ricci and Adam Gussow Please practice hard and keep having fun. http
  • 1of6 China: The Roots of Madness 1967 China: The Roots of Madness; National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981); ARC Identifier 616322 / Local Identifier 263-69. This film covers China's political history including Mao Tse-tung, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Nationalist - Communist victory. Made possible by a donation from John and Paige Curran.Producer: National Archives and Records Administration; Creative Commons license: Public DomainTV documentary. An introduction to the complex state and cultural ambivalence of China. The programme covers a period of one hundred and seventy years. The visuals include lithographs and line drawings from the early 1800's, still photographs from mid-century, early footage from Burton Holmes, Pearl Buck, Reuters newsmen and current footage. Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States. This film covers China's political history, including Mao Tse-tung, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Nationalist-Communist victory. From the Central Intelligence Agency Securities and Exchange Commission. On 1 January 1912, the Republic of China was established, heralding the end of the Qing Dynasty. Sun Yat-sen of the Kuomintang (the KMT or Nationalist Party) was proclaimed provisional president of the republic. However, the presidency was later given to Yuan Shikai, a former Qing general, who had ensured the defection of the entire Beiyang Army from the ...
  • The Jedi Tutelage of Pai Mei Scene from Kill Bill Vol 2, with added lightsaber effects.
  • Meet Mike Penny's Shamisen Sensei Kevin Kmetz! A glimpse of the rigid tutelage I was subjected to under shamisen sensei/performer Kevin Kmetz. Filmed in Aomori, Japan.
  • Album: BOONDEIN Singer: RAJSHRI Producer: PINE TREE PICTURES 'Dreams never die' you can put them in the cold storage but one day or the other they re-surface. Rajshri kept nurturing this little dream that has now finally turned into reality. A multi-faceted and talented singer. Her singing talent spans several genres of music. She has given numerous performances in USA and is launching her first music album and video in India. She started learning Hindustani Classical music at the early age of 7. At the age of 14, she received the honorable degree of Prabhakar from the Prayag Sangeet Samiti School of Music, Allahabad, UP She received her training under the tutelage of Late Shri Charan Kumar Sharma, Shri Mohan Bhatt, Shri V. Pansey, and Late Dr. Pushpa Bhagwad. She performed and won contests at numerous School, University, and Community events. She performed at the All India Radio Stations of Lucknow and Chhatarpur. She extended her pursuit of classical and other forms of music under the tutelage of Ms. Gargi Siddhant, a very accomplished disciple of Pandit Jasraj ji. She has also performed with Ms. Siddhant at public concerts in USA as a support singer. She has attended workshops given by Pandit Rajan and Sajan Mishra, Pandit Birju Maharaj and Binay Pathak. She performed on stage with Mr. Mahendra Kapoor during one of his public concerts in USA. In addition to Indian music; she has taken voice lessons in western music in the US. Her relentless pursuit of music and hard work imparted her proficiency in folk, film, light, ghazal ...
  • Training with Pai Mei - Eye of the Tiger The training scene in Kill Bill Vol. 2 with the Eye of the Tiger song from Rocky. Forgive me, it's a bit corny.
  • QUEEN TO PLAY official US trailer IN THEATERS APRIL 1, 2011 Oscar winner Kevin Kline (A Fish Called Wanda) and the luminous Sandrine Bonnaire (Vagabond) square off in this stylish and sophisticated dramedy of newfound passions and mid-life triumphs, set on the postcard-perfect isle of Corsica. Lovely, repressed and quietly intelligent, French chambermaid Hélène (Bonnaire) discovers she has a knack for chess. This obsession—much to the chagrin of her husband and ***aged daughter—leads her to seek the clandestine tutelage of a reclusive American doctor (Kline, in his first French-speaking role)—a liaison that radically transforms both of their lackluster lives. QUEEN TO PLAY WILL OPEN ON APRIL 1, 2011. For more information visit
  • Dunkin Tutelage Every week, someone new had to endure a hardship, and document their struggles. Here's what I had to go through...
  • Hanuman Shani Battle Hanuman battles Shani, the wayward son of Surya (the sun God), as a means of paying his tutelage to his teacher Surya. From the movie Jay Bajrangbali 1976.
  • Crocky Vol.2 - The cruel tutelage of Ola Lu meets his Master, Ola. The Godfather of Croquet.
  • China: The Roots of Madness (1967) Documentary Film China: The Roots of Madness; National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981); ARC Identifier 616322 / Local Identifier 263-69. This film covers China's political history including Mao Tse-tung, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Nationalist - Communist victory. Made possible by a donation from John and Paige Curran.Producer: National Archives and Records Administration; Creative Commons license: Public DomainTV documentary. An introduction to the complex state and cultural ambivalence of China. The programme covers a period of one hundred and seventy years. The visuals include lithographs and line drawings from the early 1800's, still photographs from mid-century, early footage from Burton Holmes, Pearl Buck, Reuters newsmen and current footage. Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States. This film covers China's political history, including Mao Tse-tung, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Nationalist-Communist victory. From the Central Intelligence Agency Securities and Exchange Commission. On 1 January 1912, the Republic of China was established, heralding the end of the Qing Dynasty. Sun Yat-sen of the Kuomintang (the KMT or Nationalist Party) was proclaimed provisional president of the republic. However, the presidency was later given to Yuan Shikai, a former Qing general, who had ensured the defection of the entire Beiyang Army from the ...
  • The Cruel Tutelage of Taewan Kim SUNY Upstate General Surgery Roast 2009 Surgical Tutelage is Cruel
  • Ashwini Bhide Deshpande, Raag Bhimpalasi, ja ja re apne mandirwaa... ...ja ja re apne mandirwaa sun paave mori saas nanandiyaa sun ho sadarang tumko chahat hain kya tum humko chhalan kiyaa... Smt. Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande (born in October 10, 1960) is a Hindustani classical music vocalist. Ashwini was born in Mumbai into a family with strong musical traditions. She started her early classical training under the guidance of Pandit Narayanrao Datar. She then completed her Sangeet Visharad from the Gandharva Mahavidhyalaya. Since then she has been under the tutelage of her mother Smt. Manik Bhide, who has been instilling in her the intricacies and traditions of the Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana. Currently Ashwini is also receiving guidance from one of the stalwarts of the Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana, Pandit Ratanakar Pai. She holds a Masters degree in Microbiology and a doctorate in Biochemistry from the University of Bombay. Ashwini has created her own style to compliment the different styles that have influenced her. She has a strong command over three octaves and has created many of her own Bandishes, which she has published in her book "Ragarachananjali".
  • The Red Violin: Kaspar Weiss, Musical Prodigy (HD) Full Screen Version: The red violin's journey begins. From Italy, it travels to Austria by way of an itinerant merchant who sells it to an orphanage run by monks. The violin is passed down from one musically gifted child to the next for 100 years, until it falls into the hands of Kaspar Weiss (actor, Christoph Koncz), an exceptional prodigy with a weak heart. The monks caring for him decide to audition Kaspar before a violin master, Monsieur Poussin (actor, Jean-Luc Bideau), who immediately sees a diamond in the rough worth investing in. So Kaspar Weiss is taken to Vienna under the tutelage of Monsieur Poussin. This clip only features Kaspar's outstanding playing ability, but unfortunately does not include focus on Kaspar's intense dependence on the red violin, Monsieur Poussin's failing dreams of being an important figure in Vienna's music world, nor Kaspar's outcome, whether he succeeds in Vienna or not. So if you're interested, you'll have to buy or rent the DVD, or catch the movie on TV! Languages spoken in this clip: German and French. All music written and arranged by John Corigliano. The first piece which was played by the orphans is a Baroque variation of the red violin's theme. The audition for Monsieur Poussin is a variation of Bach's violin concertos with the red violin's theme infused throughout. The last piece which Kaspar was practicing so diligently, is another variation from The Red Violin Caprices, the first variation on the sheet music ...
  • Hardware Wars 1 of 2 You'll laugh! You'll cry! You'll kiss three bucks goodbye! A parody of Star Wars, presented in the form of a movie preview. Young Fluke Starbucker, under the tutelage of Auggie "Ben" Doggie, learns to master the power of the Force, while teaming up with Ham Salad to rescue Princess Anne-Droid and aid her fight against the evil Empire.
  • JUAREZ CARTEL DRUG WAR The cartel was founded in the 1970s by Rafael Aguilar Guajardo and handed down to Amado Carrillo Fuentes in 1993 under the tutelage of his uncle. Amado brought his brothers in and later his son into the business. After Amado died in 1997 following complications from plastic surgery, a brief turf war erupted over the control of the cartel, where Amado's brother Vicente Carrillo Fuentes emerged as leader after defeating the Muňoz Talavera brothers. Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, who still remains in control of the cartel, then formed a partnership with Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, his brother Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes, his nephew Vicente Carrillo Leyva, Ricardo Garcia Urquiza, and formed an alliance with other drug lords such as Ismael "Mayo" Zambada in Sinaloa and Baja California, the Beltrán Leyva brothers in Monterrey, and Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in Nayarit, Sinaloa and Tamaulipas, according to sources in the FBI and the Mexican Attorney General's office. He also kept in service several lieutenants formally under his brother, such as "El Chacky" Hernandez. When Vicente took control of the cartel, the organization was in flux. The death of Amado created a large power vacuum in the Mexican underworld. The Carrillo Fuentes brothers became the most powerful organization during the 1990s while Vicente was able to avoid direct conflict and increase the strength of the Juárez Cartel. The relationship between the Carrillo Fuentes clan and the other members of the ...
  • Obama signs another executive order to take away your rights! I was down at the Red Rose Diner in Towanda, PA today and someone was talking about the Council of Governors. I asked what was that and he told me. If there is a major issue in the United States, the President will declare Marshal Law and Ten appointed people will rule the United States to keep law and order. Your elected official will be out of the picture. Nice.. Right. Of course right now INTERPOL can take you away any time they like and not be accountable to anyone in the USA. Nice again. Over the past two decades, a period of growing IMF tutelage over the Haitian economy, exports of American rice to Haiti have grown from virtually zero to more than 200000 tons a year, making the poverty-stricken country of 7 million people the fourth-largest market for American rice in the world after Japan, Mexico and Canada. According to US and Haitian economists, the result has been a massive shift in local consumption habits, with many Haitians now choosing cheap imported rice at the expense of domestically grown staples, including rice, corn and millet. Over the past two decades, a period of growing IMF tutelage over the Haitian economy, exports of American rice to Haiti have grown from virtually zero to more than 200000 tons a year, making the poverty-stricken country of 7 million people the fourth-largest market for American rice in the world after Japan, Mexico and Canada. According to US and Haitian economists, the result has been a massive shift in local consumption habits ...
  • Bettye Lavette - Backstage Interview Reelblack chats one-on-one with award winning Soul Legend Bettye Lavette about the road to becoming a master of her craft. Visit for tour dates and info. A Reelblack exclusive.
  • The Tick - Pilot A mild mannered accountant leaves his boring life behind to become a superhero under the tutelage of The Tick. Watch hundreds of free full-length streaming movies and TV shows on TAGS The Tick Ben Edlund Patrick Warburton Arthur Larry Charles Nestor Carbonell Batmanuel Liz Vassey Captain Liberty supervillain super villian superhero hero
  • CNN Newsman Anderson Cooper Stumped by Cool Whip It takes four attempts, and the patient tutelage of Kelly Ripa and a guest, but intrepid newsman Anderson Cooper finally gets to the bottom of the toughest story he's ever covered— the mechanics of Reddi Whip dispensation. I'm just hoping Anderson Cooper and whipped cream in the tags will get me a ton of views. Ha. Enjoy!
  • Wooing Wenches Under Mad Sally's strict tutelage, Ol' Chumbucket learns the proper way to win the heart of a wench!
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  • Carnatic - Valaji Varnam Artists: Deepti Navaratna (voice) Garrett Field (electric guitar) Aaron Paige (mridangam) October 27, 2008. Wesleyan University Bios: Deepti Navaratna was trained under the tutelage of Smt. Rohini Manjunath, Bangalore. She is an A-grade artiste of All India Radio since 2000 and has won numerous awards and prizes. Currently she is a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Neuroscience, Harvard Medical School, Boston. Garrett Field is an ethnomusicology Ph.D. candidate at Wesleyan. His MA thesis "U. Shrinivas' Mandolin Ecstasy" was a hands-on study of Shrinivas' improvisations and explored recent changes in Karnatak instrumental music. He began his studies with Kalpana Venkat and now trains under B. Balasubrahmaniyan and David Nelson. Aaron Paige is currently a Master's degree candidate in ethnomusicology at Wesleyan University. He has been studying South Indian percussion for the last nine years under the tutelage of Professor David P. Nelson and mrdangamist Palladam R. Ravi of Madurai, Tamil Nadu and was a 2004-05 Thomas J. Watson Fellow.
  • Paul Slowinski vs. Ben "Guvnor" Edwards Part 1 Under Alan Wong's tutelage Slowinski return to Muay Thai against Ben Edwards in Australia at Evolution 18 from Oct 2009. Watch the responses for the rest of this fight.
  • Afghanistan: On the frontline with the Afghan Army AFGHANISTAN - On the frontline with the Afghan Army During the past 9 years in Afghanistan, coalition forces have seen the Afghan army grow and progress but troops remain under NATO's tutelage. Are they ready to walk alone? President Barack Obama has said that US troops will begin drawing down from Afghanistan next year. But it may be premature for an Afghan army still struggling to provide security for its own people...
  • 4of6 China: The Roots of Madness 1967 China: The Roots of Madness; National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981); ARC Identifier 616322 / Local Identifier 263-69. This film covers China's political history including Mao Tse-tung, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Nationalist - Communist victory. Made possible by a donation from John and Paige Curran.Producer: National Archives and Records Administration; Creative Commons license: Public DomainTV documentary. An introduction to the complex state and cultural ambivalence of China. The programme covers a period of one hundred and seventy years. The visuals include lithographs and line drawings from the early 1800's, still photographs from mid-century, early footage from Burton Holmes, Pearl Buck, Reuters newsmen and current footage. Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States. This film covers China's political history, including Mao Tse-tung, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Nationalist-Communist victory. From the Central Intelligence Agency Securities and Exchange Commission. On 1 January 1912, the Republic of China was established, heralding the end of the Qing Dynasty. Sun Yat-sen of the Kuomintang (the KMT or Nationalist Party) was proclaimed provisional president of the republic. However, the presidency was later given to Yuan Shikai, a former Qing general, who had ensured the defection of the entire Beiyang Army from the ...
  • David Carradine tells the story of Pai Mei Amazing speech of David Carradine (RIP) in Kill Bill vol. 2, showing how to tell a story, with a flute and some wonderful silences. la-linterna-
  • Yew Shamanism Scottish Shaman Michael Dunning shares about his introduction to an ancient Yew tree in Scotland under which he received 10 years of spiritual tutelage from nature and the ancestors of the land. Interview by Sylvia Brallier. Director of the Tantric Shamanism Institute.
  • Eric Clapton Solo Compilation (guitar tutelage) the ultimate Eric Clapton video. It has all of his best solos from his most famous songs. Make sure to click the link in the description so that you can pay homage to the producers of this video, at !
  • The Black Stallion (1979) pt 2 The Black Stallion Movie Reviews (From ) Adapted from the beloved novel by Walter Farley, this 1979 family classic was hailed by no less than hard-to-please critic Pauline Kael, who wrote that "it may be the greatest children's movie ever made." A visual feast from start to finish, the timeless tale of The Black Stallion plays out on almost mythic terms. A young boy survives a shipwreck and is stranded on a deserted island with a graceful black stallion, with whom the boy develops an almost empathic friendship. After being rescued and returning home, the two make a winning team as jockey and lightning-fast racehorse under the tutelage of a passionate trainer, played by Mickey Rooney in an Oscar-nominated role. From its serenely hypnotic island sequence to the breathtaking race scenes, this delightful film is guaranteed to enthrall any viewer, regardless of age. The Black Stallion is a genuine masterpiece of family entertainment. --Jeff Shannon
  • Me And My Dick Act 2 Part 2 WARNING! DUE TO MATURE CONTENT, THIS VIDEO IS FOR BIG STARKIDS ONLY! Under his Heart's tutelage, Joey has been transformed from a ***-crazed nincompoop into a certified expert of love. Now the time has come for him to express his never-ending devotion to Vanessa and, if all goes according to plan, carry her across the threshold of their new life together. With his Heart leading the way, how can Joey go wrong?
  • DIY BLOCK INLAYS VIDEO PT.1 How to put block inlays into any neck. I am not a professional, just a DIY kind of guy.