This week’s learning is sponsored by Sara Averick and Jose Rosenfeld in memory of Ildiko Rosenfeld, צביה רחל בת מרדכי הלוי ומרים. “She embodied elegance, grace, and wisdom.” Today’s daf is sponsored by Caroline Ben-Ari on the 6th yahrzeit of her mother, Daphne Rhodes, דפנה דבורה בת אברהם וחנה. “Mum was a loving, vivacious woman with a great sense of humor, and was determined to be a better mother to her children than her own mother had been to her. Later in life, when she and Dad retired to Netanya, she indulged her love of singing and dramatics in the Netanya AACI Musical Theatre Group עורי עורי דבורה, עורי עורי דברי שיר." Today’s daf is sponsored by Risa Tzohar in loving memory of her mother Florence Rich z"l. The impurity of rakav, dust from a corpse is limited, as noted in a braita and several statements of amoraim. The body must be without any clothing, on a floor of stone or marble, alone (not with another body) with flesh, bones and sinews, not buried with hair, nails or teeth that were removed from the body. A question is asked regarding dust that comes from the heel as even in one's lifetime the heel is somewhat of a dead zone in the body as its flesh is callous. After suggesting an answer, the Gemara reinterprets the question. Another set of questions is asked regarding rakav - since it is not applicable when there are two bodies that decompose together, what about a pregnant woman who died with the fetus in her womb? What about if there was semen in the woman's body, or feces or skin? After all these questions, Rav Shmuel bar Acha says that if we limit all these cases, there will be no impurity of rakav!! To which, Rav Papa answered how there could be a case. Rakav is only when the dust is from a decomposed body and not if the body was ground into dust. What if it was ground up and then decayed? Rakav also does not apply to a body that is not whole. Two other halachot also do not apply to an incomplete corpse - tefusa (when moving a grave, one must dig up the surrounding earth as well)and a graveyard (if one finds three bodies, one needs to search the area as there may likely be the site of an ancient cemetery). A Mishna in Eduyot 6:3 is brought to raise a difficulty against this but it is resolved. Rava asks another question that the Mishna in Eduyot is brought as an answer, but that answer is rejected.
Ahead of the AAU College Hockey and the ACHA National Championships, Murph, Herm, and Collins put on their club hockey knowledge to the test and provide predictions for each of the 7 tournaments. The boys kick things off with the CHF and preview the first AAU College Hockey National Championship (6:42) being held in West Chester, PA beginning Friday, March 10th. Then the boys move on and cover all things ACHA (29:27) ahead of the National Championships in Marlborough, MA starting on March 16th.
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WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU! If you wouldn't mind please go leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks!! Welcome back to Episode 266 of On the Spot Sports and in today's episode we have a very special guest, current professional hockey player, Dylan Farrell Reny! Dylan and I talk about his path to pro hockey through the FPHL. We also talk about what he brings to the table as a player, his time in Danbury with the Hat Tricks and North Shore Knights, off-season training, coming off injuries and facing adversity, ACHA college hockey, junior hockey lifestyle and so much more! We hope you guys enjoy this episode!! Thank you Dylan for coming on the show! I had a blast!! Follow us on Instagram @on_the_spot_sports and take a listen on YouTube, Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts @ On The Spot Sports Get $25 off our guy Jamie Phillips Nutrition book for Hockey Players with the discount code "ONTHESPOT" on victoremnutrition.com Living Sisu link: https://livingsisu.com/app/devenirmem.... BECOME A MEMBER TODAY --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/on-the-spot-sports/support
Em cartaz com peça em São Paulo, a atriz fala sobre filhos, o que a mantém acordada à noite, etarismo e amor “Uso o humor para abrir picada para o pensamento”, conta a atriz Denise Fraga durante um papo animado com o Trip FM. Na conversa, ela falou um pouquinho de tudo: filhos, sobre o que a mantém "encucada" à noite, de etarismo, amor e até da paixão pelo perfume hippie patchouli. Uma das grandes potências do teatro nacional, Denise está em cartaz com mais um sucesso de bilheteria em São Paulo, a peça “Eu de Você”, outro trabalho desenvolvido com o parceiro de vida e profissão Luiz Villaça e a produtora Café Royal. “Essa foi a primeira vez que eu fui para uma sala de ensaio sem texto, para recolher histórias e trançá-las com literatura, música e poesia. Eu nem sei do que é a peça, mas emociona, virou uma experiência”, explica. Confira um trecho da entrevista abaixo, dê o play ou procure o programa completo no Spotify. [IMAGE=https://revistatrip.uol.com.br/upload/2023/02/63e699d4842cf/tripfm-denise-fraga-mh.jpg; CREDITS=Divulgação; LEGEND=Denise Fraga; ALT_TEXT=Denise Fraga] Trip. Recentemente, com a morte da Glória Maria, falou-se muito sobre a decisão dela de nunca revelar a idade. O que você acha disso? Denise Fraga. Eu não tenho problema em revelar a idade, mas a gente tem que respeitar quem não quer saber do tempo, porque o tempo dá susto mesmo. Dentro de você quem está é aquela menina lá. Apesar de eu achar que a maturidade é uma coisa sensacional, no nosso país a idade é um esquecimento. Tem uma invisibilidade. Todo mundo tem medo de falar de menopausa porque parece que você não vai dar conta, vai estar uma chata, e a gente está aí a todo vapor. Eu me sinto muito melhor do jeito que eu estou agora. Tudo é para mim: eu sou muito jovem na minha diversão. Você já é mãe faz 25 anos. Acha que se fala pouco de maternidade real e ainda se romantiza muito o papel da mãe? No início, quando meu primeiro filho nasceu, eu tinha uma culpa danada porque sentia muito sono. Eu queria tanto ter um filho, mas naquela hora eu queria mesmo era dormir. Ninguém fala como a sua vida vai virar um inferno por alguns anos, principalmente se tiver dois seguidos, como eu. Não tenho saudade nenhuma de trocar uma fralda, dessa época de ficar descabelada, dentro de casa, descuidada, com um chorando e outro querendo colo. Mas eu tenho um certo deslumbramento pela maternidade ao mesmo tempo. Lembro de dar entrevista para falar de peça e ficar só falando de filhos. Mas não é fácil nunca, nunca passa. Tem sempre um problema, sempre um administrar quereres. O que a mantém acordada à noite? Eu sinto que a gente está em uma sociedade em colapso. É disso que tenho medo. Tenho medo de não estar compreendendo esse mundo rápido, essa velocidade da rede. Me sinto um aparelho 110w ligado no 220w e sem poder queimar. A gente inventou viver uma vida que você tem o risco de deitar a cabeça no travesseiro todos os dias com a frustração daquilo que você deixou de fazer. Eu não aguento o número de séries e livros que tenho que ler. Não vai dar tempo de fazer tudo que essa sociedade algoritimada tem me oferecido. Se você não cuidar, vai acabar colocando na sua vida somente o que “é bom fazer”: o que se deve tomar, o que se deve ler, a aula de pilates, o cuidado com a alimentação… E não coloca alegria. Aí quando vem o casamento de um amigo, você parece a louca da pista, dançando e tirando a barriga da miséria. E você pode dançar outras vezes. Meu lema agora é agendar o prazer. Eu acho muito louco a gente não cantar e dançar. Todo povo originário tem lá a sua dança e o seu canto muitas vezes para chegar no sagrado e a gente foi se desprendendo disso que é tão da nossa natureza.
This week we collab with Tionne and Acha from Primary Colors Podcast to discuss platonic friendships, accountability in women, men's mental health, and much more. We also brought in some spice with some rules for watching porn with your partner and dos and don'ts in the bedroom. We ask the ladies what does accountability look like to us since like many other men out there, Acha doesn't think women know how to hold themselves accountable for anything. Is this a myth or are women now becoming open to the idea of accountability? As women, how can we encourage each other to take responsibility for our words and actions?We also get into the hot debate of can men and women be platonic friends and what is allowed with that when one or both parties are in a relationship? I'm sure we've all had different experiences with our friends, but is one person's intention always clouded despite the “understanding” that they're just friends? Does one person, male or female, always want more? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. We discuss what safety in a relationship looks like to us, how women can make men feel seen and heard, and men's mental health. And because we always keep it raw and risqué, we explore some of Acha's dos and don'ts in the bedroom, and we all share our rules for watching porn with a partner.Subscribe, comment, like, and share if you enjoyed this episode. As always, keep it honest, and tell a friend to tune into Honestly Tho Podcast. Sound off in the comments and let us know your thoughts on all of these topics!
Psychotherapist Tracy Livecchi, LCSW, joins Paul Cardall to discuss healing hearts and minds of people born with an illness that requires a life time of medical care. Both Tracy and Paul were born with complex congenital heart defects. Although congenital heart disease or CHD is the least funded of all major illnesses, CHD remains the leading cause of infant related deaths. However, because of advancements in medicine and technology millions of people have survived and adapt to what would be considered a normal life, although their lives have required a life-time of medical care and surgical procedures. They swap stories and go into detail about the miracle of life and how Tracy's parents were instrumental in working with doctors to secure her survival. Because of the lack of information for lifelong patients, Tracy and her colleague Liza Morton, PhD have written "Healing Hearts and Minds: A Holistic Approach to Coping Well With Congenital Heart Disease." ABOUT TRACY LIVECCHI, LCSWTracy writes on her website: In terms of my training, I received my Masters Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University. I have worked in a variety of settings as a private therapist, a clinical director, as well as a consultant for long-term care and hospital settings. I have been working as a psychotherapist in private practice since 1998, and currently provide psychotherapy to individual adults, adolescents, and couples in my Westport practice. I work from an eclectic theoretical orientation and provide supportive counseling while also utilizing cognitive, behavioral, psychodynamic and trauma informed, mindfulness approaches, when appropriate. I am the Mental Health Consultant for the Adult Congenital Heart Association's Peer Mentorship Program and speak nationwide on the importance of addressing the psychosocial effects of heart disease. I am passionate about mental health access for all and have a special interest in working with individuals and their families dealing with serious and chronic illness. I live in CT with my husband and two daughters. Website: https://tracylivecchi.com/GET THE BOOK: Healing Hearts & MindsACHA or ADULT CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE ASSOCIATION ABOUT THE HOST PAUL CARDALLhttp://www.paulcardall.comhttp://www.facebook.com/paulcardallmusichttp://www.youtube.com/cardallhttp://www.instagram.com/paulcardall LISTEN TO HIS MUSICAPPLE MUSIC - https://music.apple.com/us/artist/paul-cardall/4312819SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/artist/7FQRbf8gbKw8KZQZAJWxH2AMAZON - Ask Alexa to play Peaceful Piano by Paul Cardall Paul Cardall is an artist who has given a new meaning to the phrase, a change of heart and how he used this radical change to take his music to an unexpected place. Despite being born with a potentially life-threatening heart defect Paul Cardall has become a world recognized pianist. He is even endorsed by Steinway & Sons as one of the finest pianist of our time. A Dove award winner for his Christmas album, Paul's recordings have debuted on 11 No. 1 Billboard charts along with 46 other chart debuts. His music has 25 million monthly listeners with more than 3 billion lifetime streams and is often categorized as Classical, Christian, and Holiday. Although most of albums are instrumental, Paul has songs that feature Grammy winning gospel legend CeCe Winans, Matt Hammitt (Sanctus Real), Kristin Chenoweth, Country duo Thompson Square, David Archuleta, Tyler Glenn (Neon Trees), Audrey Assad, Steven Sharp Nelson (The Piano Guys), and more. Paul has performed for audiences worldwide including the White House. Forbes, American Songwriter, Jesus Calling, Lifestyles Television, Mix Magazine, and countless other media outlets have share his remarkable journey of receiving a life changing heart transplant and using music as a tool to help God heal spiritual, mental, and emotional hearts.
Robert Morris DI ACHA captains Justin Adamski and Roman Kraemer join the show to cover all things Bobby Mo hockey related. It's been an eventful season for the Colonials, with a charity game that raised over $10,000, an upset win over Liberty, and some social media fame. Kraemer shares his personal experience playing for the Robert Morris NCAA team and making the transition to the ACHA when the school cut the varsity hockey program.
For episode 106 of Tendy Talk presented by the BLPA Podcast Network and The Hockey Podcast Network, I chat with Jstandup comedian and former junior hockey and ACHA goalie for Kent State Tyler Ross. With Tyler being the third standup/goalie on the podcast we joked that we need to form the Blue Paint Comedy Tour. I'm down if Tyler, Scott Darling, and Billy Ramierez are. Be sure to follow Tyler and on Social Media and enjoy this episode. TylerTellsJokes.com TicTok Instagram Twitter The music on this podcast is courtesy of The Zambonis. (http://thezambonis.com) Want to be on the podcast, or know somebody I should talk to? Reach out to me at WashedUpGoalie39@gmail.com, or contact me through the Contact page. Draftkings.com PROMO Code THPN for SIGNUP Bonus & Weekly Deals. Gambling Problem? Call 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (CO/IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MD/MI /NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN OH/ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply. Free bets: Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 bet. $200 issued as free bets that expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballlterms. No Sweat: Valid 1 per customer. NBA same game parlay bets only. Min 3-leg. First bet after opting-in must lose. Paid as one Free Bet Token based on amount of initial losing bet. Max. wagering limits apply. Free Bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Ends at the start of the final NBA game each day when offered prior to 2/16/23 @ 10PM ET. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms Find me on social media Instagram: @Washed_Up_Goalie Twitter: @WashedUpGoalie Facebook YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Abhinandan asks Nilanjana if she's a day person or a night person:Abhinandan: Rajyasree, we didn't ask you. You are obviously a night person because it will be strange to see a broom flying around in the sky during the day.Rajyasree: Nilanjana is not going to encourage this kind of loose talk about my character.Nilanjana: She has the most elegant broom in the whole sky. Abhinandan: Elegant broom? Acha theek hai, maybe Arvind Kejriwal should get in touch. Abhinandan, Rajyasree and Nilanjana burst out laughing.This and a whole lot of stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen are joined by author Nilanjana Roy to talk about her book Black River, as well as the films Aftersun and Thor: Love and Thunder; and Rahul Gandhi's interview with Curly Tales.Write to us at newslaundry.com/podcast-letters. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today
This week we delve into the world of ACHD when we review a recent work on outcomes of non-cardiac surgery in the ACHD patient. How do ACHD patients fare in comparison to their non-ACHD cohort undergoing non-cardiac surgery? What can be done to improve outcomes in this patient group? We speak with the senior author of this work, Dr. Peyman Benharash, who is Associate Professor of Surgery at UCLA. DOI: 10.1136/heartjnl-2022-321512Also joining us this week is Dr. Alexandra Lansky of Yale University who is also the Editor-in-Chief of JSCAI which is the newest interventional cardiology journal and the official journal of SCAI. Dr. Lansky shares with us her hopes for the new journal and also the role that congenital interventions will play in this journal. Visit JSCAI.org to see what 'all the fuss' is about!
WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU! If you wouldn't mind please go leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks!! Welcome back to Episode 259 of On the Spot Sports and in today's episode we have a very special guest, current college hockey player, Eric Schmidley! Schmids and I talk about his path to college hockey through youth hockey, junior hockey and ACHA Division II college hockey. We also talk about the adversity he has faced with groin tears, broken ankles and a heart condition while all still getting back to playing the game he loves, as well as what it is like being a leader as a Captain for St. Cloud State University, the importance of mental health and its strive to be more well known, his first pro free agent camp over the summer and so much more. We hope you guys enjoy this episode!! Thank you Schmids for coming on the show! I had a blast!! Follow us on Instagram @on_the_spot_sports and take a listen on YouTube, Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts @ On The Spot Sports Get $25 off our guy Jamie Phillips Nutrition book for Hockey Players with the discount code "ONTHESPOT" on victoremnutrition.com Living Sisu link: https://livingsisu.com/app/devenirmem.... BECOME A MEMBER TODAY --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/on-the-spot-sports/support
For the first pod of 2023, it's an honor to have the ACHA Executive Director Craig Barnett on The WCHL Podcast! Craig provides some insight into the daily life of the Executive Director and, in doing so, also takes folks behind the scenes of the ACHA operations! He talks about guiding the ACHA through the pandemic, with teams and athletes thriving on the other side of Covid! You'll hear a lot about his "assess & reassess" philosophy and how it comes into play on a regular basis as he leads the ACHA now and into the future! Craig also discusses the process for searching out future sites for Nationals, where he sees the ACHA in a few years, how he really enjoys talking to young men & women about the ACHA and educating them at a critical time of their lives when grades begin to matter the most, and Romania as the host of the World Cup of University Hockey! And yeah, it wouldn't be a suboptimal podcast without some questions about non-hockey stuff like cold weather in Erie, PA and the excellence of Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness! It's a fun and informative listen so do yourself a favor and start 2023 off with the Chief, the Big Kahuna, the Top Dog in the ACHA, Mr. Craig Barnett!Want to help people find The WCHL Podcast? Download and subscribe to the pod, rate it five stars, write us a good review, follow the show on twitter at @WCHLPod, send us your questions @WCHLPod or @westernchl - thanks! With 2023 finally here, we're back on the ice playing games in just a few days! Stay safe and take care of yourself and others, we want to see you at the rink!
WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU! If you wouldn't mind please go leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks!! Welcome back to Episode 257 of On the Spot Sports and in today's episode we have a very special guest, current professional hockey player, Scott Coash! Scott and I talk about his path to pro hockey and playing in the FPHL with the Motor City Rockers and the SPHL with the Macon Mayhem. We also talk about this season in Motor City, what led to him coming to Motor City, his time last year with the Macon Mayhem in the SPHL, playing ACHA college hockey and ACHA stories, growing up playing youth hockey, time in Juniors, embracing the grind and so much more. We hope you guys enjoy this episode!! Thank you Scott for coming on the show! I had a blast!! Follow us on Instagram @on_the_spot_sports and take a listen on YouTube, Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts @ On The Spot Sports Get $25 off our guy Jamie Phillips Nutrition book for Hockey Players with the discount code "ONTHESPOT" on victoremnutrition.com Living Sisu link: https://livingsisu.com/app/devenirmem.... BECOME A MEMBER TODAY --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/on-the-spot-sports/support
Nesse episódio do Tudo Sobre Ações, Bruno Rosolini trouxe a análise da empresa ENBR3, mais conhecida como EDP Brasil. Você investe no setor de energia? Acha que vale a pena comprar empresas de energia nesse momento? Não perca!
ACHA Referee-In-Chief Ed Giacomucci is the very special guest on this episode of The WCHL Podcast! Ed talks about growing up in hockey and how his love for the sport brought him to the officiating aspect of the game! Ed takes us through what the ACHA Referee-In-Chief does throughout the season and even provides a glimpse into what his typical week looks like when we're in season playing games! Finally, Ed is very passionate about the growing lack of hockey officials and has some ideas as to the root cause of why folks don't become officials as well as why ACHA players (men and women alike) are better suited than most to become on-ice officials after their playing days are done! And, oh yeah, Ed is from Philadelphia so there's a bit of Philly sports talk in there too! It's a great listen and we couldn't be more thrilled that Ed was kind enough to come on The WCHL Podcast! Want to help people find The WCHL Podcast? Download and subscribe to the pod, rate it five stars, write us a good review, follow the show on twitter at @WCHLPod, send us your questions @WCHLPod or @westernchl - thanks! It'll be 2023 shortly and we'll be back on the ice before you know it, so stay safe and stay warm, we want to see you at the rink!
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No Linhas Cruzadas desta semana, Thaís Oyama e Luiz Felipe Pondé vão discutir, quais serão os novos pecados capitais? Fugindo da concepção religiosa, os dois discutem sobre o que é feito hoje em dia, e que seria algo imperdoável com os novos costumes da sociedade. Em um clima leve, a discussão aponta que os novos pecados estão mais relacionados aos comportamentos masculinos em oposição aos pecados originais que estavam mais ligados aos comportamentos femininos. Acha que está a salvo? Entre nessa discussão aqui no Linhas Cruzadas.
Healthcare Interior Design 2.0
On today's episode, Cheryl interviews Karen S. Freeman, AIA, ACHA, NCIDQ, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C Practice Leader, Healthcare, at HOK–a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. Karen is also the incoming President for the national organization, Women In Healthcare - a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the professional development of women in the healthcare industry. There's a lot to share from Cheryl and Karen's inspiring conversation including the importance of designing for mental health, and why it matters so much in today's world. Learn more about Karen S. Freeman and HOK by visiting https://www.hok.com/. Learn more about Women in Healthcare by visiting https://www.womeninhealthcare.org/. In Cheryl's conversation with Karen S. Freeman, they discuss: The changes that took place in Karen's world when COVID hit the United States in 2020. Specifically, what changed with Karen's pediatric and subspecialty projects? What did Karen learn from the pandemic? Karen wrote an article for HOK entitled, “Pediatric Mental Health Crisis Needs Bold Design Strategy” that addressed the needs of children during the pandemic through the design of the built environment. Learn what the article is all about. Has the situation in the mental healthcare space improved now that we are in 2022? What still needs to happen to help kids in the mental health space and what progress has been made. What is Karen's sweet spot in the work she does at HOK? Karen holds a Six Sigma Lean Black Belt in Healthcare (LBBH) and she is one of fewer than 450 board-certified healthcare architects in the U.S. per the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA). How does Karen bring all of this together on her healthcare projects? Listen to Karen talk about her incoming role as the new President of the national organization, Women in Healthcare. What does the organization do and offer? Learn about Karen's origin story and how she came to specialize in pediatric healthcare and why this theme holds a special place in her heart. The world is changing quickly. The Center for Health Design is committed to providing the healthcare design and senior living design industries with the latest research, best practices and innovations. The Center can help you solve today's biggest healthcare challenges and make a difference in care, safety, medical outcomes, and the bottom line. Find out more at healthdesign.org. Additional support for this podcast comes from our industry partners: The American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers The Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design Learn more about how to become a Certified Healthcare Interior Designer® by visiting the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers at: https://aahid.org/. Connect to a community interested in supporting clinician involvement in design and construction of the built environment by visiting The Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design at https://www.nursingihd.com/ FEATURED PRODUCT The prevention of nosocomial infections is of paramount importance. Did you know that bathrooms and showers – particularly in shared spaces – are a veritable breeding ground for pathogen, some of which we see in the form of mold and the build-up of toxic bio films on surfaces. Body fats and soap scums provide a rich food sauce for micro-organisms such as airborne bacteria Serratia Marcescens, which thrive in humid conditions. We know that people with weakened immune systems are so much more vulnerable to the illnesses associated with infection and let's face it, none of us go into the shower with an expectation that we might get ill… So how do we keep those shower walls clean? Well let's think big – BIG TILES. Porcelanosa have developed XXL Hygienic Ceramic Tiles that are 5 feet long - which means just one piece fits the wall of a shower or tub surround. XTONE Porcelain slabs are 10 feet high which means a floor to ceiling surface with no joints. Why does this matter? Well hygienic glaze will not harbor pathogen and surface impurities are easily removed to prevent build up – it is reassuring to know the evidence - INTERNATONAL STANDARDS Test ISO 10545 - Resistance to Stains - has determined these surfaces can be easily cleaned and the most difficult contaminants washed away, greatly reducing the need for aggressive chemicals. Think about this…When we unload our dishwasher our ceramic tableware is sparkling clean, sanitized and fresh to use - again and again. The principle is the same with large ceramic walls - So, when planning the shower surrounds for your facilities please send reach out to Porcelanosa at firstname.lastname@example.org. The designer in you will love the incredible options and your specification will deliver the longest & best lifecycle value bar none.
This week, Scotty Wazz talks about the dominant performance (again) from the Terps men's squad going into their break. Team Maryland had a tough showing against Connecticut before another showcase, while Stevenson's ACHA club split their weekend set. Towson was trying to have a home-and-home against West Chester, but didn't go as planned. All that, plus Loyola's women end their semester with a bang.
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O Congresso do Peru destituiu o presidente Pedro Castillo (foto) em votação de processo de impeachment na tarde desta quarta-feira (7). A moção de destituição foi aprovada com 73 votos a favor, 32 contra e 6 abstenções. Horas antes da votação se concluir, Castillo tentou aplicar um golpe de Estado, com anúncio de fechamento temporário do Congresso, estabelecimento de um "governo de exceção" e convocação de novas eleições parlamentares. Castillo é acusado de conspiração e tráfico de influência em contratos com empreiteiras para obras públicas. Esse foi o terceiro pedido de impeachment levantado contra ele. O presidente rejeita a denúncia e afirma ser vítima de uma tentativa de “golpe de Estado”. Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://www.oantagonista.com Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista https://www.tiktok.com/@oantagonista_oficial No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista
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Our pal @sabakuINK talks to special guest Antonio Najera from the M2 Utah team on this edition of The WCHL Podcast! Antonio hails from the hockey hotbed of Mexico City so he has a unique story to tell! Antonio also talks about junior hockey, playing for the Mexico in international competition, and how he found his way to Utah! With the Thanksgiving break and no ACHA M1 or WCHL action this week, we thought this was the perfect time to take a look at another aspect of the ACHA! And don't fret, the usual substandard podcast you've come to expect will return shortly!Want to help people find The WCHL Podcast? Download and subscribe to the pod, rate it five stars, write us a good review, follow the show on twitter at @WCHLPod, send us your questions @WCHLPod or @westernchl - thanks! Stay safe and we'll see you at the rink!
Susan and Lana sat down to chat with Susan Timmins, a volunteer and board member of the Adult Congenital Heart Association. She shares with us, her experience as a CHD mom as well as the work she does with the ACHA.
Chris & Anita kick off this episode of The WCHL Podcast with a hint of some incoming ACHA news before turning their attention to this past weekend's sweeps by ASU, UCO, UA, and Liberty! There's some more talk about the upcoming World Cup of University Hockey, computer rankings, and conference standings. Anita describes her action-packed weekend with the Beehive Showcase in Utah which included games with W1, M2 and M1 teams, before Chris steers the discussion to food, Thanksgiving, food, World Cup action, and more food! Be safe, take care of one another, and reach out to those you care about over these next few days!Download and subscribe to The WCHL Podcast, rate it five stars, write us a good review, follow the show on twitter at @WCHLPod, send us your questions @WCHLPod or @westernchl - thanks!
A equipe de transição do presidente eleito Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) acredita que no novo governo poderá gastar até R$ 136 bilhões no ano que vem sem que isso implique aumento nas despesas. No Qatar, muita confusão e pouco futebol marcam primeiros dias da 21ª Copa do Mundo.
Atenção (disclaimer): Os dados aqui apresentados representam minha opinião pessoal. Não são de forma alguma indicações de compra ou venda de ativos no mercado financeiro. Seleção das partes mais interessantes das Lives de segunda. Live 189 - Visão do Estrategista https://youtu.be/qROyNLOeSQw
Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply
This episode takes us to the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas to visit with coon hunting legend Junior Lasseter. At 73 years of age, Junior has amazing recall of events that led him from the Ozark hills to the major stages of competitive coon hunting, in the woods and on the bench. At one time in coon hunting history, there were many commercial coonhound and combination dog kennels operating out of the Ozarks. Ads appeared in the classified sections of not only the tree dog publications but in major outdoor magazines as well. Writers like Wilson Rawls created a narrative that the Ozarks were the cradle of coon hunting in America. Lasseter's stories emanate from the same root and place him as the perfect visitant to the Gone To The Dogs microphone. Lasseter has owned National Champions on the bench in both the UKC, PKC and ACHA registries and has a final four appearance in the UKC World Championship to his credit. He's the first, and perhaps only handler to win a pickup truck showing hounds. Lasseter's hounds like Table Rock Flying Hawk, Table Rock Mundo, Jr., Biggerstaff's Little Buck, and Morgan's Tree Jamming Mundar fill the conversations in this episode. Lasseter was known far and wide in the 80's when Steve began his career at the UKC registry.This episode is smothered with Ozark flavor, like cathead biscuits under a blanket of fried squirrel gravy. You'll enjoy Junior's stories. You'll want to follow them to the source, and you will, where mountain music echoes off the ridges and swells up from the cold stream hollers of tree dog country.It's all right here so, enjoy!
Grand Canyon's #33, Jacob Cummings, is the special guest on this edition of The WCHL Podcast! Jacob and his teammates are off to a great start this season and he talks about the secret to their success so far! He also explains why he wears #33, what life was like in Wyoming during juniors, summer living in Alaska, the benefits of having a WalMart in your rink parking lot, and social media hecklers in the ACHA! Who knew? It was a fun conversation so do yourself a favor and have a quick listen! Download and subscribe to The WCHL Podcast, rate it five stars, write us a good review, follow the show on twitter at @WCHLPod, send us your questions @WCHLPod or @westernchl - thanks! Stay safe and we'll see you at the rink!
Agradecimiento a nuestro querido hermano en la fe.
Hice una versión en 4 idiomas de esta grán canción de JW Broadcasting, espero que les guste. Los títulos de la canción en los idiomas son: ENGLISH: "Inspired by Your Wonders" ESPAÑOL: "Jehová, te quiero cantar" QUECHUA: "Takirimuyki Jehová" PORTUGUÊS: "As maravilhas de Jeová"
Join Patti Katter and Travis Wilson as they talk about his entrepreneurial journey in the nutritional supplement industry. Travis is a retired special forces Green Beret who has always had a strong passion for health and physical fitness. Still, a near-fatal parachute accident inspired him to push himself even further. He later formed Alpha Elite Performance and launched his supplement brand while he recovered from it. Travis recently started a great new nonprofit for military veterans, Alpha Elite Performance Outdoors and has a new company selling ammunition, Mutant Munition. Here's a breakdown of what to expect in this episode: He had an easy transition out of the military, but it wasn't easy. You have to be persistent and proactive. What distinguishes his product from those of others? It would be best if you stepped over the bodies to get to the people who can help. And so much more! ~ About Travis Wilson: Travis Wilson is a 21-year military veteran who spent 13 years as a U.S. Army Green Beret. Travis entered the Army in 1995 as an Airborne Medic to become an 18D Green Beret Medic one day. After six years in the service, Travis left the Army to attend Boise State University, where he studied Exercise Science and played hockey for the ACHA club hockey program. After completing school, Travis returned to the Army to meet his special forces training and was chosen to be an 18E Communications Specialist. He was then assigned to the 10th Special Forces Group out of Colorado Springs, where he remained until his retirement in 2017. While serving as a Green Beret, Travis also started a supplement nutrition store called Caliber Nutrition. After juggling the challenges of active duty and a supplement store along with multiple deployments, Travis decided that it was time to retire and start his product line, Alpha Elite Performance – a brand founded upon the consummate professionalism and high physical fitness standards characteristic of the Special Forces community. Established in Colorado Springs, CO., Alpha Elite Performance reflects Travis' dedication to the provision of high-quality supplements not just for Green Berets but for all active-duty military and civilians alike. You can find Travis Wilson on . . . Alpha Elite Performance: https://alphaeliteperformance.com/ Use code ELITE15 for 15% off your purchase Alpha Elite Outdoors: https://www.aepoutdoors.com/ Mutant Munition: https://www.mutantmunition.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alphaeliteperformance/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alphaeliteperformance/ Travis LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/traviswilsongreenberet/ ~ Connect with Patti Katter! Website: https://pattikatter.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/PattiKatter/ Facebook: @pkatter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/support
Pergunte ao Vampeta: Haaland, do Manchester City, vai passar dos mil gols de Pelé? O Velho Vamp foi questionado sobre o assunto e também respondeu outras dúvidas dos internautas. Ouça o 135º programa da série na Jovem Pan Esportes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew is back this week to talk about the last "popularity contest" of the ACHA M1 season before the computer rankings kick in! The guys also talk about Utah's last jaunt in Arizona for the season, UCO unloading on CU, and UNLV sweeping ASU! Chris goes off on some lower divisions, a listener question gets answered, Andrew predicts upcoming WCHL games and more, and then the guys really veer off into the wilderness to talk trick-or-treaters, scheduling philosophies, The Woman King, and some new Hulu movie that might be but probably isn't tangentially related to the ACHA! Yep, just another craptastic episode of The WCHL Podcast, don't you know?Download and subscribe to The WCHL Podcast, rate it five stars, write us a good review, follow the show on twitter at @WCHLPod, send us your questions @WCHLPod or @westernchl - thanks!
Another busy week around the CHF and the ACHA has the boys recap all the action. Murph's ironman streak behind the mic comes to an end as Herm hosts the show alongside Collins and Glik who prep for a Halloween weekend in Buffalo.
On this episode of Montana Mondays, Seth will take you through the final scores from this past weekend in ACHA and NA3HL. Brawl of the Wild on Ice between University of Montana vs Montana State University took place, who won? The goaltending battles in the NA3HL continue, who had the best performance this week?
No guest this week as the guys regroup. Plenty of recaps from around the ACHA and CHF. Lots of talk about all the jerseys releases so far this season and a look at the ACHA teams taking on NCAA programs this weekend. The boys wrap up the show with their picks for this weekend's games and debate which rink has the best visiting locker rooms.
Esta semana há canibais, teatros e igrejas. Júlia Pinheiro, Rui Zink, Manuel Serrão e Rita Blanco protagonizam mais um delirante episódio do podcast A Noite da Má LínguaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2010 Ellen Dunham Jones gave a TedTalk on retrofitting the suburbs and repurposing malls. In 2021, Kedar Mate et al authored a piece in Harvard Business Review Why Health Care Systems Should Invest in Medical Malls Kedar Mate, MD, is the President and Chief Executive Officer at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), President of the Lucian Leape Institute, and a member of the faculty at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Mate's scholarly work has focused on health system design, health care quality, strategies for achieving large-scale change, and approaches to improving value. Previously Dr. Mate worked at Partners In Health, the World Health Organization, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and served as IHI's Chief Innovation and Education Officer. Dr. Mate has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, book chapters and white papers and has received multiple honors including serving as a Soros Fellow, Fulbright Specialist, Zetema Panelist, and an Aspen Institute Health Innovators Fellow. He graduated from Brown University with a degree in American History and from Harvard Medical School with a medical degree. You can follow him on twitter at @KedarMate Ian Sinnett, AIA, ACHA, is a Principal and board-certified healthcare architect who co-leads the Dallas Health Practice for Perkins&Will. His expertise is concentrated on the strategic, pre-design, programming, and planning phases of projects furthered by a continued level of intensity and project engagement through completion and first-patient. Ian has worked with a range of for-profit, developer, rural, academic, and not-for-profit clients including MD Anderson Cancer Center, HCA, UT Southwestern, Children's Health, Penn Medicine, Legacy Community Health, and RedBird Dallas. Notable recent projects include critical access hospitals in Uvalde, TX and Pecos, TX, a complete reconfiguration and expansion of the Lancaster General Health ED (15th busiest in the US), and acting as the Principal in Charge of the RedBird Mall Sears Dark Store revitalization with UT Southwestern and Children's Health in Southern Dallas. Outside of his professional life, Ian travels the world with his wife, is a volunteer and advocate for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and is building his dream get-a-away in the high deserts of West Texas.
This week on SA Voices From the Field we interviewed Dr. Jessica Higgs about some of the ramifications of affirming healthcare for students following the overturn of Roe v. Wade. Jessica Higgs is a Family Medicine physician with a certificate of additional qualification in Sports Medicine. She completed medical school at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and Family Medicine Residency at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria. She completed her Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh. Since 2008 Higgs has been the director of Bradley University Health Services, a private university of about 5000 students, and team physician at Bradley since 2011. Dr. Higgs is currently serving as President of the American College Health Association after serving 4 years as a member at large to the board and two years as vice-president. She also currently serves as chair of the Sports Medicine Committee for the Missouri Valley Conference. Please subscribe to SA Voices from the Field on your favorite podcasting device and share the podcast with other student affairs colleagues!
O ministro Gilmar Mendes (foto), do STF, afirmou que quem acredita que a Corte estaria usurpando competências de outros Poderes vive em um “metaverso do mundo institucional”. A declaração foi dada na quarta-feira (5), durante homenagem aos 34 anos da Constituição Federal de 1988. Em sua fala, o decano ressaltou a coragem dos ministros do STF em proteger a democracia e o Estado Democrático de Direito e criticou o discurso de que o tribunal interfere no Executivo e no Legislativo. “Em todo esse contexto, a autonomia das Casas do Congresso e a liberdade de ação do Poder Executivo sempre foram preservadas pelo STF. Só mesmo aqueles que habitam numa espécie de metaverso do mundo institucional podem acreditar na cantilena que o STF usurpa algo do Congresso Nacional. Trata-se de uma ilusão de ótica”, disse. O ministro também elogiou o TSE pela defesa do processo eleitoral, afirmando que a Justiça Eleitoral tem sido alvo de “ataques antidemocráticos jamais presenciados e que só chegou a esse ponto em razão da omissão conivente de diversos órgãos e agentes públicos”. Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://www.oantagonista.com Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista
Listen to our interview with players and Head Coach Brad Stoffers about the NIU Huskies ACHA D1 program! We discuss the benefits of playing ACHA hockey and why it' a great fit for a number of players currently considering their options --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dks-hockey/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dks-hockey/support
World Hockey Report dives back into the ACHA circuit on this special episode as Cody Janzen sits down with Michigan Women's Hockey Head Coach Jenna Trubiano to discuss her program, why UM doesn't have an NCAA D1 team, recruiting players and more! ProRocc is the proud presenting sponsor of WHR! Buy 2 sticks, receive FREE SHIPPING anywhere in Canada. Use Promo Code 'WHR' on SeatGeek.com Use Promo Code 'WHR' on Billys.co Enjoy the ULTIMATE sports experience with Sports Travel Tours Follow us on Twitter @WorldHockeyRPT and @JannerOnPxP
Seth from 406 On The Fly brings you inside the first edition of Montana Monday's presented by World Hockey Report! The Helena Bighorns are 8-0. Can the Bozeman Icedogs turn it around? The Montana Grizzlies obliterated their first opponent. ACHA is back for another season, but might be down one team in the state? ProRocc is the proud presenting sponsor of WHR! Buy 2 sticks, receive FREE SHIPPING anywhere in Canada. Use Promo Code 'WHR' on SeatGeek.com Use Promo Code 'WHR' on Billys.co Enjoy the ULTIMATE sports experience with Sports Travel Tours Follow us on Twitter @WorldHockeyRPT
The boys welcome on long time friend of the show and UNH club hockey legend Wesley Kunin (19:40). Wes grew up in California where he first learned about the ACHA. When he got to the University of New Hampshire he was instrumental in getting a team in the CHF.
Pediheart: Pediatric Cardiology Today
This week we review a recent work from NYU-Langone on the topic of cardiac rehab for the ACHD patient. Does enrollment in a formal cardiac rehabilitation program result in meaningful improvements in exercise tolerance in the ACHD patient? Who can benefit from this? How does the impact of this form of therapy compare with more traditional medical interventions? We speak with the senior author of this week's work, Associate Professor of Medicine at NYU, Dr. Dan Halpern. DOI: 10.1161/JAHA.121.023896
Coon Hunting University Podcast
On today's episode, Tyler and Mr. Eddie are in Belfast, TN conducting a interview with Mr. James Love. Mr. James talks about hunting with a ton of the famous dogs. He made it to the top twenty of the ACHA world hunt seven times. Won two super stakes and the two futurity. He is a hall of famer. He give some lesson about how to become a good dog man and handler. He and Mr. Eddie have been great friends for years and they share some great comical stories. You will not want to miss this interview. Y'all sit back and enjoy. CLASS IS IN SESSION!!! For all your hound hunting and outdoor needs, visit conkeysoutdoors.com Per order Razor Hunting Gear now: Razor Hunting Gear – Conkey's Outdoors (conkeysoutdoors.com) G&C Cedar Dog Boxes G&R Cedar Dogboxes | Facebook Find us on Facebook and Instagram @coonhuntingU. Receive a 5% discount on Superior Hunting Light @ Nitehunters.com Use Discount Code - CHUPODCAST at check out Check out all Coon hunting university merch @ AudioHound Productions (audiohound-productions.myshopify.com) Check out FEED IT FOR LIFE - (extremedogfuel.com) and find a retailer near you today. Receive a 10% discount on Bayou Legacy Game Calls @ Bayou Legacy Game Calls Use Discount Code - COONHUNTINGU10 at check out
Maria and Julio are joined by Josiah Neville Bates, staff writer at TIME, and Gisela Pérez de Acha, an investigative reporter with UC Berkeley who focuses on extremism, to unpack the epidemic of gun violence in the United States. They talk about what a meaningful response might look like, the nuances of gun control legislation in Black and brown communities, and the intersection of policing and gun violence. Plus, we hear from Meg Juarez, whose father Luis Juarez was killed in the El Paso mass shooting in 2016, and Gregory Jackson Jr., a gun violence survivor and executive director of the Community Justice Action Fund. This episode was mixed by Rosana Cabán. ITT Staff Picks: “When people of color are involved in acts of gun violence, the assumption is we are to blame. We are living in the wrong neighborhood, or the violence was the result of criminal activity. However, it is our communities that are most affected and harmed by these tragedies,” writes Gregory Jackson Jr. in this piece for The Guardian. For The 19th, reporter Nadra Nittle chronicles the efforts of young women activists of color, who have become major leaders in the fight against gun violence. In his latest piece for TIME, Josiah Neville Bates writes about 11-year-old Miah Cerrillo's testimony before Congress after surviving the shooting at Robb elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. Photo credit: AP Photo/Rich Pedroncell