En el marco del segundo aniversario del estallido social, Héctor Soto, Arturo Fontaine y Andrés Benítez conversaron sobre los resultados de la encueta Cadem y Pulso Ciudadano, además de la situación económica y política del país.
En este episodio de “Experiencias Inspiradoras” vas a conocer la historia de Joan Soto, una persona que un día decidió tomar las riendas de su vida y dar los pasos necesarios hacia su bienestar físico, mental y emocional. Una persona que un día se armó de valentía y realizó lo necesario para hacer un cambio en su vida que fue aún más transformador de lo que esperaba. Te contará cómo cambió su vida el desarrollo personal, volvió a conectar con su esencia, amarse a sí mismo y muchas cosas más... ¡Te animo a que escuches la experiencia inspiradora de hoy! Disfruta de la experiencia de Joan Soto que, con gran generosidad y simpatía, quiere compartir contigo su historia. ¿En qué te ha inspirado la historia de Joan Soto? Te leo en los comentarios. Para más información sobre mí y mis programas online y presenciales visita www.pazcalap.com Puedes contactar con Joan Soto en: Instagram y Facebook: @joansotoperez Música "Vuela" de Rocío Caamaño Oficial y David Villar.
Héctor Soto, Arturo Fontaine y Fernando Claro Valdés conversaron sobre el libro "La filosofía de la violencia" del filósofo Jorge Millas.
Héctor Soto, Arturo Fontaine y María José O'Shea conversaron sobre la acusación constitucional presentada contra el Presidente Piñera y la crisis de Sebastián Sichel.
Anya Soto is the co-founder and the Director of Training of Culture Crafters, a women-founded, minority driven, and LGBT inclusive company whose goal is to create healthy, productive work cultures. Anya joins the podcast this week and helps Dave “be more woke,” as he puts it. Listen in as Anya shares how identity, experience, and environment can influence one's bias and assumptions and how that translates to the working world.
Taylor (@TCasesLoaded) is back from hiatus and is extremely excited to invite Kyle Brown (of "Nick Madrigal Hype Man" fame) out of semi-retirement and onto the first show of the offseason. The gents discuss what worked and what didn't this fantasy season, do some way-too-early player rankings, and even drop their top offseason trade targets. Plus a listener question!
Innovation is rooted in tradition. Today's podcast Guest Diana holds that idea to heart as she talks to us about Sa'idi dance, particularly using an assaya. From the common struggles she sees when it comes to dancing with assaya or canes to how we can work through those moments to create something amazing, Diana walks us through her stylings of Sa'idi dance in today's episode. When it comes to props you don't want to hide behind them, you want to make them dance alongside you and we dive into just that. Because anyone can do tricks, but can you make the stick dance? Have a listen to get a great tip on a way to give a nod to tradition before jumping into innovation, it's something that I'll be applying to my choreographies from now on! Check out this episode and many more over on the site thebellydancebundle.com/77
Héctor Soto y Arturo Fontaine conversaron con el escritor Juan Gabriel Vásquez sobre su libro "Volver la vista atrás", ganador del IV Premio de Novela Vargas Llosa, el cual está enfocado en la vida del cineasta Sergio Cabrera.
Te traemos una entrevista increíble con Alfonso Soto y Juan Ríos sobre "Los chicos de la banda", que nos platican todos los detalles sobre esta puesta en escena que no te puedes perder, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.
Te traemos una entrevista increíble con Alfonso Soto y Juan Ríos sobre "Los chicos de la banda", que nos platican todos los detalles sobre esta puesta en escena que no te puedes perder, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.
2:30 Drab's interesting Eddie Bauer sweater 10:00 Soto wearing a Turner jersey at the game 18:36 Dodgers beat the Cardinals in NL Wild Card 35:00 Katie Couric wears dirty panties See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Angels Play Spoiler Final Series 77-85 Seattle Wildcard Matchups Bad Home Run Call Soto and Soto at the NL Wildcard GameBetting Weekend Minasian Speaks to the Media Questions A Cliffhanger! Go Angels! #LTBU Hit up the Rocks Shop at: rocksteamstore.com Follow us on twitter at @rocksintheof Rate 5 stars (5 only!!), review and subscribe. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ritof/support
Álvaro Soto is a mentor to many, many people in the public and private healthcare industry including Justin and Thomas. Álvaro's contribution to developing leaders, who today are scattered throughout the world shaping the future of healthcare, is legendary.Álvaro is the General manager at Roche Central America, the Caribbean, and Venezuela.
While the Nationals season is over here in DC the MLB playoffs are just getting started. Stevie, Mat, and Joe preview the post-season while putting to rest a tough year for the Nats + we are watching the Yankees and Red Sox in real-time too! What is Juan Soto worth today? In Rizzo we trust!
Una conversación #EnPrivado llena de cultura, arte, y valores. Conversar con Fernando Soto es hablar de legado, de bienestar, de humanidad y por supuesto de La casa de Papel! Te invitamos a conocer al padre, actor, director y gran ser humano más allá del policía "Angel Rubio"! Docente, apasionado por la música, la cocina y la pintura. Ha participado en numerosos proyectos exitosos como celda 211, Yo soy Don Quijote de la Mancha, Kiki y La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Now that you've finished our 10-part Intuitive Eating series, it's time to get in touch with WHY you want to take the next step in practicing the skills you've learned. Understanding your reasons why will help you to organize and apply what you've learned. In this episode, Melissa interviews co-host Dalina Soto, to talk about her personal story with Intuitive Eating. We cover: The emotional impact of praising women in smaller bodies during childhood How Dalina's used her “Diet Culture BS” detector whenever she saw demonization of culture foods in her early career How Intuitive Eating changed her relationship with movement Why she loves working with Latina women like her Dalina's process learning to be okay with body change What parts of Dalina's connect with yours? We hope this episode helps you to connect with the process and understand your motivation for Intuitive Eating even better! Episode Resources: Join the Break the Diet Cycle Podcast Community: @break.the.diet.pod Connect with Melissa on Instagram: @no.more.guilt Connect with Dalina on Instagram: @your.latina.nutritionist This episode was sponsored by Your Latina Nutritionist with Dalina Soto Get your free Intuitive Eating guide at: https://yourlatinanutrition.teachable.com/p/quick-intro-to-intuitive-eating Ready to find food freedom with Chulas like you? Apply for group coaching at www.yourlatinanutritonist.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/breakthedietcycle/message
We open season two of Rising Tide talking with Andres Soto, community organizer for Citizens for a Better Environment, multi-talented musician (that's him on Sax) and steering committee member of Richmond, California's Point Molate Alliance. Andres will introduce you to the diverse shoreline city of Richmond where Rising Tide is based and where he was raised. His insights into local history, organizing, social justice and the fight to keep the last undeveloped natural headland on San Francisco Bay in public hands will leave you inspired. Rising Tide, the Ocean Podcast is co-hosted by Blue Frontier's David Helvarg and the Inland Ocean Coalition's Vicki Nichols-Goldstein. This podcast aims to give you information, inspiration and motivation (along with a few laughs) to help understand our ocean world and make it better. The ocean is rising, and so are we!Learn more at bluefront.org
On this final episode of the 2021 regular season, we will look at the NL West division race as well as the crazy scenario that could unfold in the AL Wild Card, with four teams, Red Sox, Yankees, Blue Jays and Mariners, fighting for two spots. Also lets get into the MVP talk. Who do you have? Vlad Jr or Shohei? Harper, Soto, Tatis or other? Should the MVP go to the best player on a winning team or the player with the better numbers? Also with Tingler more than likely out in SD, who will step into that role in 2022? A lot to get into with so little time. What a insane season of so many surprises and with one game left, we may be in store for one more shocking moment for the 2021 regular season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/passionforthepastime/support
Today on Too Opinionated, actress Erin Michele Soto visits the program. Erin Michele Soto is an actress known for Studio City (2019-2020), Lifeless (2020), Shirley and Shelly (2019), In a World (2013). Want to Watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com
The Nats lost 4-2 to the Red Sox in a crucial game in terms of the AL Wildcard chase. Al & Mark react to Juan Soto managing to walk four more times on Friday, lifting his total on the season to 144. Does Soto still have a chance at the MVP?(9:28) Jordy Mercer homered, but curiously got the start at 2B over Luis Garcia. Just a day off for Garcia or anything more?(15:20) Josh Rogers was impressive for five shutout innings, but it unraveled when facing Boston's lineup for the third time. Has Rogers status for 2022 improved after these string of good outings. Who has a better chance to start next year... Fedde or Rogers?(23:40) Kyle Finnegan was voted by the collective local media as Nationals Pitcher of the Year. Mark explains why the nod went to Finnegan and not our guy Paolo.(29:35) Update on what Sunday's season finale looks like for a potential Washington starting pitcher. Tenor of the game is up in the air, depending on the Sox's situation in the standings.
Rodrigo Marinho entrevista o empresário e financista Sérgio Alberich, para falar sobre investimentos e mercado financeiro. Nosso convidado comenta sobre as principais diferenças e preocupações entre os mercados do Brasil e EUA, traça um perfil dos diferentes tipos de investidores, além de nos contar como ele decide sobre seus investimentos. Alberich é formado em Economia pela Universidade Mackenzie com especialização em finanças e marketing pela U.C. Berkeley e obteve seu mestrado na Universidade Rey Juan Carlos sob a orientação de Jesús Huerta de Soto, um dos maiores nomes vivos da Escola Austríaca de Economia.
A lo largo del siglo XVI y parte del XVII la ciudad de Salamanca, sede de una universidad fundada trescientos años antes, se convirtió en una pequeña Atenas del pensamiento filosófico, teológico, jurídico y económico gracias a un grupo de profesores universitarios que siguió la estela dejada por Francisco de Vitoria, un dominico burgalés que sentó las bases del derecho internacional. En casi todos los casos se trataba de religiosos, generalmente vinculados a la orden de predicadores, que, al calor de los colegios universitarios, fueron desarrollando algunas tesis teológicas, jurídicas y económicas que han resultado ser de capital importancia en la historia del pensamiento occidental. Sus autores principales, inscritos todos en la corriente del segundo escolasticismo, fueron varios en el curso de siglo y medio, algunos relativamente conocidos en el ámbito de habla hispana como el propio Francisco de Vitoria, Martín de Azpilcueta, Luis de Alcalá, Domingo de Soto, Fray Luis de León o Tomás de Mercado. En torno al cálido ambiente intelectual que se formó alrededor de los dominicos de Salamanca surgieron otras figuras muy notables como el jesuita Juan de Mariana, autor de la primera historia de España y preceptor de Felipe III, o los profesores, también jesuitas, de la Universidad de Coímbra, en Portugal (en aquel entonces integrada en la monarquía hispánica), como Francisco Suárez, Luis de Molina o Pedro de Fonseca. Más allá de España y América el peso del pensamiento salmantino se dejó sentir con gran fuerza en la Europa de los siglos XVII y XVIII. Luego su influencia se fue diluyendo y su doctrina se olvidó durante muchos años. Sería primero el economista austriaco Joseph Schumpeter y luego la historiadora británica Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson, quienes recuperarían los aportes salmantinos, que fueron muchos y de gran importancia. A los maestros de Salamanca les debemos la reformulación del derecho internacional, el desarrollo del derecho de gentes, los justos títulos de conquista, la naturaleza de la soberanía, la teoría subjetiva del valor, la teoría cuantitativa del dinero, la formación de los precios, la justificación del interés o el precio justo. La escuela de Salamanca ha sido objeto de un renovado interés en el último cuarto de siglo y es hoy estudiada y admirada por su importancia. En pocos lugares se ha juntado tanto genio en tan poco espacio como en la Salamanca del siglo XVI. Para recordar lo que fue aquella escuela de pensamiento hoy visita La ContraHistoria Léon Gómez Rivas, que es historiador, economista y, de propina, bachiller en teología por la universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso. Actualmente es profesor en la Universidad Europea de Madrid y es padre de una nutrida bibliografía sobre la escuela de Salamanca. Como los regalos a veces vienen juntos también nos acompaña Alberto Garín, un genio que no necesita presentación en este programa porque esta es su casa. Bibliografía de León Gómez Rivas: - "Campeones de la libertad" - https://amzn.to/3iohxkt - "Escolástica e independencia" - https://amzn.to/3zXKrxU “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Héctor Soto y Arturo Fontaine conversaron con Manfred Svensson, director del Instituto de filosofía de la Universidad de Los Andes e investigador de Instituto de Estudios de la Sociedad, sobre la reconstrucción democrática y las políticas de identidad.
Nick and Amanda are joined by Monty this episode as we Quick Pitch baseball movies. Since the Nats aren't always the most fun team to watch currently, we talk about some of the baseball we do like to watch in the form of movies! Then we get into an insane possibility with the AL Wild Card and the potential for there to be a 5 way tie at the end of the season. As we transition into Nats news, we discuss potential free agents and how to fix a once again horrid bullpen. Listen in! Check out HalfStHighHeat.com for more content! Check out the new Half Street High Heat store! http://tee.pub/lic/xPZiUO89Le4 #Ad We are proud to announce that MANSCAPED™ has sponsored us at Half Street High Heat! Support for this podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming. MANSCAPED™offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. Use our promo code HSHH20 at checkout for 20% off your entire order plus free shipping at www.manscaped.com for a limited time! Follow us on Twitter: HSHH - @HalfStHighHeat Ryan, Host - @WeAreAllShack Amanda, Host - @AWhite7877 Nick, Host - @NationalsAce Monty, Editor - @OnThePodForever OPT, Digital Media Coordinator - @OnePursuitTakes Tyler, Content Creator - @nonrosterinvite Writers: Matt - @HolleranMDH Cameron (CK) - @CKNaim58 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Héctor Soto, Arturo Fontaine y Andrés Benítez conversaron sobre la marcha en Iquique, que terminó en protesta por los inmigrantes y la quema de sus pertenencias.
Monty and Tyler are tagged in this episode as they join Nick and Amanda to discuss a pretty exciting series win that just concluded against the Marlins. Josiah Gray finally got his first win and Josh Rogers not only pitched a gem, but went viral as well. We talk about all of the silver linings to watching the Nats nowadays, including Juan Soto's otherworldly charge to secure his first MVP award as we get into a stat-off with some of the most absurd stats Juan Soto has put up this season. Listen in! Check out HalfStHighHeat.com for more content! Check out the new Half Street High Heat store! http://tee.pub/lic/xPZiUO89Le4 #Ad We are proud to announce that MANSCAPED™ has sponsored us at Half Street High Heat! Support for this podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming. MANSCAPED™offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. Use our promo code HSHH20 at checkout for 20% off your entire order plus free shipping at www.manscaped.com for a limited time! Follow us on Twitter: HSHH - @HalfStHighHeat Ryan, Host - @WeAreAllShack Amanda, Host - @AWhite7877 Nick, Host - @NationalsAce Monty, Editor - @OnThePodForever OPT, Digital Media Coordinator - @OnePursuitTakes Tyler, Content Creator - @nonrosterinvite Writers: Matt - @HolleranMDH Cameron (CK) - @CKNaim58 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daniel Khoury and Michael Higgins are forced to review the most boring TNF game of all time because someone thought it was a good idea for the Panthers and Texans to be in prime time. We then give our MLB awards for the 2021 season.
The Nats edged the Reds 3-2 for their 3rd straight victory. Al & Mark search for the proper superlatives for Juan Soto as his torrid stretch continued on Thursday night. He yet again reached base four times, set a franchise record in walks, and has lifted his average to .325. Is it fair to say he is the NL MVP frontrunner with a week to go? How does this recent run affect potential extension talks?(22:52) Patrick Corbin did not allow a run as he almost lasted seven innings. Can fans be optimistic about the lefty for next season as he has had three good outings this month? Corbin looked like the 2019 version of himself while on the mound in Cincinnnati.(28:01) Tanner Rainey pitched a scoreless eighth inning while Kyle Finnegan struggled to lock down the save. Will we see Rainey become the closer in the final week?(34:44) Carter Kieboom went 0 for 4 Thursday night and his September stats are not looking good. Do we have a feel for how 3B is stacking up for Opening Day next season?
Dave and I shot the shit about the absurdity (and snobbery) of Zen, Soto vs Rinzai styles, gradual vs sudden Buddhahood, the perfect in the imperfect, and more! Dave's Book recs: Fly Already: Stories by Etgar Keret Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner About Angel City Zen Center: ACZC offers traditional soto zen practice in a casual atmosphere, open to every kind of person who would like to join us. We take our zen practice seriously, but ourselves a little less so. We offer meditation, yoga, classes, and discussion, as well as retreats, weekly lunches, and other community events. ------------------------------------------------ Website: www.humansaredivine.blog Patreon: www.patreon.com/humansaredivine Buy Jesse a Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/humansaredivine Linktr.ee: www.linktr.ee/humansaredivine
The Nats won 7-5 in Miami for a rare series victory. Mark & Al begin with Josiah Gray's much needed solid outing that resulted in his career Major League win. Most encouraging for Gray was that he did not allow any homers and only issued one walk in six innings.(11:55) Juan Soto was all over the scorecard on Wednesday night as he reached base five times and was a triple shy of the cycle. Soto walked twice; tying Bryce Harper's single season franchise record of 130. Where does Soto's MVP campaign stack up against Harper's case?(23:53) Luis Garcia went yard for the sixth time this season and had a strong series at the plate. This month he has eight doubles and is hitting above .280.(31:51) Alex Avila started for the second time recently as Riley Adams has only started one of the past eleven games at catcher. A flabbergasted Al begs Mark for an explanation as to why they are using the retiring veteran as opposed to giving the at bats to Riley.(36:42) Cade Cavalli only lasted four innings in his latest AAA start, but didn't walk any batters. Should fans be concerned that he has struggled at this level?
The glass ceiling is not just a myth, and today's guests are living proof that it not only exists but that it is also possible to break through it. Lisa Schreiber and Myrna Soto are both successful executives in each of their fields. Lisa is the Chief Customer Officer at BlackLine and Myrna is the founder and CEO of Apogee Executive Advisors, LLC. They join host George Randle to discuss the realities of being a woman in a male-dominated industry, or in any industry for that matter, trying to climb up the ranks. Both women also share their views on how companies should approach diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace and where the focus should be when hiring and promoting talented individuals. They also discuss how women should handle difficult conversations on compensation and employment to not shortchange their own qualifications. Tune in to learn more!Read the full blog post here: https://talentwargroup.com/talentwarpodcast/009-excelling-beyond-the-glass-ceiling-no-adjectives-needed-with-lisa-schreiber-and-myrna-soto/
The Nats lost a heartbreaker 8-7 at Miami in ten innings. Mark & Al are flabbergasted at how for the third time in under two years; the Nationals have been on the wrong end of a runner's interference call at first base. Josh Bell was called out to end the top of the 10th, costing the team a chance to take the lead. Was the right call made? Hear an exasperated Davey Martinez from his postgame press conference.(9:56) Luis Garcia had a very costly base running mistake in the top of the 10th as he was not able to score from second base on a Lane Thomas double. Why was he unable to score in that situation?(19:39) Keibert Ruiz had three hits on Monday and had 4 RBIs, including hits from both sides of the plate. Are we seeing him turn the corner with the bat?(24:41) Juan Soto reached base four times and had a single. He currently is hitting .315 and is one percentage point behind Trea Turner for the NL lead. Soto has now reached base four times in a game a staggering TWENTY TWO TIMES this season. Hear how his numbers stacks up post all star break against NL MVP front runner Bryce Harper.(31:15) Erick Fedde had a so so outing as he yielded three homers on the night. The bullpen did not have a good game, but Tanner Rainey stole the show in the 9th. He struck out the side and if you include AAA; he has struck out fifteen consecutive batters.(38:12) Josh Bell robbed a home run while playing left field. You are reading that last sentence correctly.
The Nats were blanked 6-0 by Colorado for a third straight defeat. Mark & Al begin with a lengthy discussion centering around Patrick Corbin; as the lefty's ERA rose back above 6.00. What are the team's options on how to handle Corbin in 2022? Does the organization as a whole need to alter things behind the scenes as it relates to pitching?(19:28) The bullpen threw five shutout innings on Saturday between Ryne Harper and Sean Nolin. Will Nolin's ability to eat innings benefit the ailing 'pen in the final few weeks?(21:52) Juan Soto had a double and his average is now at .315. He is in the midst of a very intriguing batting chase with ex teammates Trea Turner and Bryce Harper. Al points out how regardless of what happens with batting average, Soto is without question the best hitter.(26:30) We organically careened into a conversation on Max Scherzer's push for the Cy Young and evaluating the decision to trade him away. Do you think the Nationals should have kept him even if the team was out of contention?(34:31) A voice memo from a listener about her memories from Anibal Sanchez's masterpiece in St. Louis in 2019.
The Nats beat the Pirates 6-2 to avoid being swept. Al & Mark react to Patrick Corbin's second straight positive outing. How encouraged should fans be? How important has the veteran Alex Avila been for Corbin as Avila has caught both of the solid starts by the lefty?(17:20) Kyle Finnegan recorded a five out save and now is 9 of 11 in save opportunities on the season. The bullpen only had to pitch two innings due to Corbin lasting seven frames for the second time this week. How confident are we in Finnegan for the future?(20:55) Juan Soto reached base four times for the second straight game. He is firmly vying for the NL batting crown (trails Trea Turner by just five points). Is he making an outside MVP push? **Plus, during this segment we cover the breaking news of Max Scherzer reaching the 3,000 strikeout club, only the 19th pitcher in MLB history.(30:38) Luis Garcia homered Sunday to continue his September surge at the plate. Who has less pressure on them this month? Garcia or Carter Kieboom?(36:51) A listener submitted question launched a conversation on potential directions for the Juan Soto contractual talks that are looming at some point in the future. How much money will it take to lock him up?
11:13 - Washington Football Team: breakdown of the cause of the name-change confusion from Tanya Snyder's appearance on The Adam Schefter Podcast 24:01 - Washington Football Team: thoughts on Curtis Samuel regressing in terms of his practice participation off a potential setback with his groin injury 34:55 - Washington Football Team: a scouting report on the Los Angeles Chargers, including their skill-position players, Chase Young vs. Rashawn Slater and Joey Bosa 44:40 - Washington Football Team: analysis of - and some scheduled fun with - Washington's bad recent history with team captains off the WFT announcing its team captains for the 2021 season 54:57 - Nationals: react to Sean Nolin being ejected for standing up for Juan Soto, an excellent performance by the Nats' bullpen, mammoth homers by Soto and Josh Bell and more from an eventful 4-2 win at the Atlanta Braves...and a rant on the National Baseball Hall of Fame holding its induction ceremony on a random Wednesday afternoon 01:13:14 - Orioles: examining a 9-8 win over the Kansas City Royals, another lost season for Hunter Harvey and the O's setting all-time attendance lows on back-to-back nights at Oriole Park at Camden Yards Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices