In the more than 150 years of European settlement of the British North American colonies, by 1776 Americans had developed many different ways of organizing local governments. Listen to learn more about self-government in this episode! Center for Civic Education
On this episode of Banking on KC, Dr. Marion Pierson, founder of MO Hives KC, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how apiaries help to clean up blighted areas, strengthen the food chain, promote STEM careers, drive economic opportunity and increase threatened honeybee populations. Tune in to discover: How Dr. Pierson's medical background helped drive her work with bees. Why pollinators are critical to the food chain. How beekeeping drives economic growth and entrepreneurship. The connection between urban apiaries and beautification of urban areas. How urban apiaries drive awareness of STEM careers, especially in agricultural science. Country Club Bank – Member FDIC
The first triathlon book I read was by 6-time Ironman World Champion Dave 'The Man' Scott. I was inspired by his stories but he was superhuman, right, so I could never really be like him. I tried some of his workouts and they either left me defeated, broken, or worse still injured. If I could have just found a triathlon book by some regular guy or girl. What I've really enjoyed in 5 years of recording this podcast is getting to talk to people just like you and me. Recreational athletes, weekend warriors if you like, who have similar day-to-day challenges. Planning training around children and work or learning to swim. Basically adjusting to the demands of life. Today's guest is one such person, Michael Adeniran a.k.a. The Urban Challenger who will be racing at Outlaw X in late September. Michael is one of 4 Outlaw ambassadors we have in 2022 and as he prepares for the event he's sharing his training journey with his 10,000+ followers on Instagram. Michael is joined on the call by his young daughter Amaia, his biggest fan, so you might hear her in the background as we chat about: Becoming the Urban Challenger Keeping fit during the pandemic Being an ‘influencer' Learning to swim Training for Outlaw X To find out more about Michael please use these links: Instagram: @theurbanchallenger - this is where he hangs out most Twitter: @urbn_challenger Also his website - Theurbanchallenger.com You might like this blog post by Michael about 'Preparing for your first triathlon' Michael also recommended the following books by Robert Greene Mastery 48 Laws of Power To download your FREE case study on how to excel at your first Ironman, please CLICK HERE Join our SWAT/High Performance Human tribe now, with a happiness guarantee! Join SWAT/High Performance Human tribe here Purchase a copy of my High Performance Human e-book featuring more than 30 top tips on how to upgrade your life. If you would like to help offset the cost of our podcast production, we would be so grateful. Please click here to support the HPH podcast. Thank you! Visit Simon's website for more information about his coaching programmes. Links to all of Simon's social media channels can be found here. For any questions please email Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com.
Chris Pyke, Ph.D. is the Senior Vice President for Product for ArcSkoru, Inc. Prior to joining Arc, Dr. Pyke was the Chief Strategy Officer for Aclima, Inc., Chief Operating Officer for GRESB, B.V., Vice President for Research at the US Green Building Council, and a physical scientist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He is a principal investigator for the Green Health Partnership, a long-term research initiative supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dr. Pyke has served in a number of advisory roles, including as a lead author for the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, chair of the US EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee, and co-chair of the U.S. Climate Change Science Program Interagency Working Group on Human Contributions and Responses to Climate Change. Dr. Pyke is on the faculty of the Urban and Regional Planning Program at Georgetown University. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a B.S. from the College of William and Mary. Show Highlights The fundamental intersection between land use, the built environment and natural systems. Questions to ask to grow buildings and cities in a better way. How to create a career that provides the privilege of working to pay it forward. The gateway to information and the research side of the green building community (GBIG, GRESB, Aclima and USGBC) to see the big picture of the movement. ARC is going to be foundational to what happens next for the Green Building movement. Chris shares amazing ideas and tools that came from a “blank sheet of paper” to benefit projects and people. The benefits and impact of GRESB, The global real estate sustainability benchmark, on everything you've had an influence on. Free resources for consultants to get your building scored with a growing list of building performance standards. The three most foundational things to read to bring our movement to scale. Why green building needs more innovation around all things sustainability. The benefits of understanding and taking the scientific approach. “One of the reasons I've been successful to the degree that I have at USGBC, is that I came at it as a scientist. I'm trying to ask questions and test them with data. If I had come into USGBC as an architect, as an engineer, as a planner, I would have been locked into a tribe. I think because I wasn't from any of our ‘food groups,' I didn't have a natural affinity to only one of our tribes.” -Chris Pyke Get the episode transcript here!! Chris Pyke Show Resource and Information Linkedin Twitter Green Building Information Gateway-GBIG Malcolm Gladwell | Speaker - TED Diffusion of Innovations Crossing the Chasm The Innovator's Dilemma: The Tipping Point Net Zero by 2050 - A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community! If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes. We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast! Copyright © 2022 GBES
William Blackstone's explanations of English law, published between 1765 and 1769, were incredibly influential on the formation of basic rights in America. Listen to today's episode to learn more! Center for Civic Education
William Blackstone's explanations of English law, published between 1765 and 1769, were incredibly influential on the formation of basic rights in America. Listen to today's episode to learn more! Center for Civic Education
Guy noticed that even his most advanced students have problems with the Hebrew words for city, town, and municipality, so he decided to dedicate this episode to these words, once and for all. Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode New Words and Expressions: Ir gdola - Big city - עיר גדולה Ir hachama - Smart city - עיר חכמה Arim gdolot - Big cities - ערים גדולות Arim yafot - Beautiful cities - ערים יפות Arim hachamot - Smart cities - ערים חכמות Arim te'omot - Twin cities - ערים תאומות Ayara, ayarot - Town, towns - עיירה, עיירות Ayarot pitu'ach - “Development towns” - עיירות פיתוח Iriya - Municipality - עירייה Iriyat Tel Aviv - Municipality of Tel Aviv - עיריית תל אביב Rosh ha-ir/ha-iriya - Mayor (m.) - ראש העיר/העירייה Roshat ha-ir/ha-iriya - Mayor (f.) - ראשת העיר/העירייה Ironi - Of the city, urban - עירוני, אורבני Sifriya ironit - Municipal library - ספרייה עירונית Moked ironi, ha-moked ha-ironi, moked 106 - City hotline - מוקד עירוני, המוקד העירוני, מוקד 106 Hitchadshut ironit - Urban renewal - התחדשות עירונית Iyur - Urbanization - עיור Ir le-lo hafsaka - A city that never stops (The ‘Viv) - עיר ללא הפסקה Playlist and Clips: Oshik Levy - Yonatan, Sa Ha-baita (lyrics) Ir hachama - Smart city Arim Hachamot - Smart cities Arik Sinai - Im ata ba-sviva (lyrics) Ayarot pitu'ach Ayarot pitu'ach - Wikipedia Hitchadshut ironit - Urban Renewal Ehud Banai - Ayara Ba-darom (lyrics)
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about Brandon Staley explaining his 4th down philosophy, Antonio Brown telling TMZ that Jerry Jones should give him a call, who's going to start in Carolina, and what we're expecting from Hard Knocks episode 2. Joining the progrum is Steelers GM Omar Khan to chat about his new role after being within the organization for the last 20 years, how involved he was in the draft process, his thoughts on the Quarterback battle, trying to shape the Steelers like the city of Pittsburgh, and much more (44:39-1:04:52). Later, Notre Dame legend, former 1st round pick of the Cleveland Browns, analyst for Big Noon Kickoff on FOX, AJ Hawk's brother-in-law, Brady Quinn joins the show to chat about his thoughts on Zach Wilson, NIL in college, if Urban is going to be on Big Noon Kickoff, who he thinks will surprise people this year in the NFL, and much more (1:04:54-1:49:39). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show, and listen on Sirius XM Channel 82, Mad Dog Radio. We appreciate the hell out of all you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
Arturo Soto was born in 1981 in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. He has published the photobooks In the Heat (2018) and A Certain Logic of Expectations (2021). Soto holds a PhD in Fine Art from the University of Oxford, an MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and an MA in Art History from University College London. He curated the exhibition Foreign Correspondence at the Architectural Association and took part in the first edition of Forecast Platform at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. His work has been exhibited internationally and is included in the books Primal Sight, Imaginaria, and the Subjective Atlas of Mexico. Soto's photobook reviews have been published in ASX, Elephant, and the VII Foundation. Websites Arturo Soto Sponsors Charcoal Book Club Chris Suspect Day of the Dead Workshop Education Resources: Momenta Photographic Workshops Candid Frame Resources Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download it for . Click here to download Support the work we do at The Candid Frame by contributing to our Patreon effort. You can do this by visiting or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via . You can follow Ibarionex on and .
Podržite me na Patreonu: https://www.patreon.com/agelast Jednokratne donacije kanalu: https://www.paypal.me/agelastpodcast Kripto donacije: BTC: 1BdrToPVPRbMtzPkdX8z3wviTHZZyzqD7w ETH: 0xe189975f215102DD2e2442B060D00b524a608167 FB: https://www.facebook.com/galebnikacevic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/agelast_/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GalebNikacevic Nataša Urban je rediteljka i višestruko nagrađivana autorka dokumentarnih filmova. Rodom iz Zrenjanina, odrastala je u Novom Sadu, školovala se u Bukureštu, a svoju filmsku karijeru je započela u Nepalu, gde je snimila svoja prva četiri dokumentarna filma. Prvi film joj je bio o nepalskoj devojčici Punam, istog naziva, koji ju je u velikoj meri odredio. Nakon toga je snimila film „Putovanje crvenog friždera", o nepalskom dečaku, a nakon toga još jedan film o devojčici Punam, kao i dokumentarni film u Ugandi, „Mbambu i planina Meseca". Nakon punih jedanaest godina pauze, snimila je film „Pomračenje", koje za premisu ima dva pomračenja Sunca u Jugoslaviji, 1961. i 1999. godine nakon bombardovanja SRJ. Ovaj film je dobio nagradu za najbolji dokumentarni film na festivalu u Kopenhagenu, jednom od najprestižnijih festivala dokumentarnog filma u Evropi. U okviru serijala „Suočavanje sa prošlošću", ovaj film se prikazuje na Sarajevo film festivalu, a o njegovom snimanju, idejama, motivima i poruci, razgovarali smo u ovom izdanju. Audio: Marko Ignjatović Instagram: Galeb Nikačević Hasci-Jare: https://www.instagram.com/agelast_/ Sandra Planojević: https://www.instagram.com/run_lola_run_7/ Marko Ignjatović: nema instagram.
The Wabaunsee Edition. The NFL Pre-Season has started. WNBA games are getting exciting. P Valley, Uncle Clifford with the Kung Fu grip. Performing bootleg autopsies. Plus, S**t Movie of the Week, Throwback Album of the Week, Flowers Givings, Oh That Guy, and much more!
As Christian healthcare professionals, many of us will consider the option of using our training overseas to serve underprivileged populations. Even if we are willing to go, there are many barriers we face that may seem insurmountable and discourage us from pursuing this type of mission work, especially when we are just starting out in our profession. For professionals in allied health, there are even fewer resources and opportunities available to us than what medical professionals have. In this presentation, we will explore modern-day concerns for entering the medical mission field, opportunities available to allied healthcare professionals, and what an overseas therapy practice can look like: all filtered through the lens of an occupational therapist's recent, real-life experiences serving abroad.
"Preduzetništvo je rollercoaster vožnja koju ne možeš da odbiješ." U 177. epizodi Pojačalo podkasta gost Ivana Minića je Branko Nešić, serijski preduzetnik i osnivač Rakia Bara, Belgrade Urban Distillery, te pokretač Beogradskog noćnog marketa. Brankov preduzetnički put počinje davnih 90-ih, kada je privatan biznis tek bio u povoju, i to sa malom trgovinskom radnjom, Vesela dolina, koja je nastala preuređivanjem starog dedinog podruma. Kako je izgledalo baviti se preduzetništvom tih sumornih godina, govori Branko za početak podkasta. Umesto samoposluge, to mesto je 2006. godine postalo poprište Rakia bara, kada je Branko odlučio da tradicionalno piće poput rakije predstavi u potpuno drugom svetlu. Zašto je baš odabrao rakiju, na koliko osporavanja je naišao tokom realizacije ideje i kako je izašao na kraj sa time, te kako se pravila selekcija rakije u baru, otkriva gost u nastavku. U međuvremenu, serijski preduzetnik se oprobao i kao proizvođač rakije, što mu je i te kako pošlo za rukom, pa kao posledica toga otvorena je Beogradska destilerija. Šta je sve potrebno za kvalitetnu rakiju, kako je došao na zamisao o Banci rakije, te sa kojim mukama se susreo prilikom franšizinga Rakia bara, Branko deli sa slušaocima i gledaocima. Za kraj on govori na temu Beogradskog noćnog marketa, koji je pokrenuo sa franšizing partnerima iz Zemuna, te bez ustručavanja priča zašto Beogradski market nije bio uspešan projekat. Teme u epizodi: - Uvod - Kad porastem biću... - (Ne)formalni uzori - Kako je biti preduzetnik 90-ih u Srbiji? - Ono kada ti svi osporavaju ideju za Rakia bar - Kako se pravila i menjala selekcija rakije tokom godina? - Zašto je Branko izabrao baš rakiju? - Kako je došlo do ekspanzije rakije? - Branko kao proizvođač rakije i Beogradska destilerija - Prilike i neprilike za franšizingom - Kako je nastao Beogradski noćni market? - Zašto Beogradski market nije uspeo? - Kakvi su planovi za dalje? - Kakva je situacija sa izvozom rakije? Podržite nas na BuyMeACoffee: https://bit.ly/3uSBmoa Pročitajte transkript ove epizode: https://bit.ly/3QhUuqt Posetite naš sajt i prijavite se na našu mailing listu: http://bit.ly/2LUKSBG Prijavite se na naš YouTube kanal: http://bit.ly/2Rgnu7o Pratite Pojačalo na društvenim mrežama: Facebook: http://bit.ly/2FfwqCR Twitter: http://bit.ly/2CVZoGr Instagram: http://bit.ly/2RzGHjN
Hi, everybody! I am Georgiana, your English teacher and founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com. My mission is to help you speak English fluently. In today's episode - I'm going to tell you how you can get vegetables without going to the supermarket. And I'm not talking about magic :) - In the second part, you will learn grammar without memorizing any boring rules. Are you a new listener? I recommend that you get my free video course at speakenglishpodcast.com. You will learn how to acquire more vocabulary, how to learn grammar but without memorizing anything, how to learn deeply, how to speak automatically and how to maintain yourself motivated in the long run. Very well. Let's start! Some things only happen in cities. Interesting things. One of them is urban gardens, If you have an urban garden, you can grow your own veggies if you live in a city. I'm talking about tomatoes, celery, broccoli, etc. It is an exciting option if you do not want to buy them directly from the supermarket or if you want to make sure that the vegetables are pesticides free. Urban gardens appeared as a fad, but the truth is that they are consolidating in many cities. A good phrase to use in this case is: "they are here to stay". That is, it is not just a fad. Where can we find these gardens? Locations vary. For example, there are large gardens in the suburbs of many cities. These are family gardens that produce all kinds of veggies. We can also find urban garden projects in schools, where they have an educational function. I find it very helpful for children to understand that tomatoes are not "manufactured" in the supermarket but rather grown in the soil. On the other hand, many apartments have a terrace, and people have some vegetables in small earthen containers. Some take advantage of the rooftop. There is usually quite a lot of space available. I guess in general you can save money, but it's easy to overspend. You need tools, fertilizers, seeds, substrates... and a lot of patience. In any case, it's an outdoor hobby that is usually rewarding. However, there are some disadvantages. The most important is that the contamination affects the plants. All contaminating particles fall on the surfaces. Many of them are metals such as lead, mercury, or cadmium. And I don't believe anyone likes the idea of eating a tomato with these kinds of metals in it. Then there is the expense of the water, which can be significant. Nowadays, the water bill can go up quite a bit because there are more and more taxes. So... Would you like to have an urban garden? If you already have one, you can tell me about it in the comments section. Before I move on to the next section, go and get the transcript of this episode at SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/podcast Do you know how you can help me? You can share the podcast with your friends and family. That would mean a lot to me. Thanks.
First installment to recurring *Bonus* series entitled B SIDES features artist / creative WEBSTER X. A play on Hip-Hop's 'album' cuts as opposed to the more popularly released singles. B SIDES will be shorter more unconventional content released occassonally under the Hustle Responsibly Umbrella.Excerpt is taken from a recording of a panel conversation involving WEBSTER X in Spring of 2021. Panel was focused on BLACK JOY & being UNAPOLOGETIC in the skin you're in.
Alexandra Kenin, Heather Knight, Peter Hartlaub Ever wonder where to find a hiker's rugged dream in the big bad city? Alexandra Kenin (“Urban Trails: San Francisco”) has meticulously tracked all 70 miles of hiking trails and 220 parks in mainland San Francisco, Alcatraz, and the islands. In this special in-person edition of the San Francisco Chronicle's Total SF Book Club, get the scoop on our city's best-kept hiking secrets.
When it comes to reducing transportation emissions, two main ideas compete for mindshare in the climate space. First is switching out internal combustion engine vehicles for electric vehicles. Second is improving the built environment to make walking, biking, and public transit easier, to reduce the amount of miles traveled in cars and trucks altogether.The conventional wisdom is that the former is faster. There are a few key policy levers that can be pulled to get massive numbers of EVs on the roads, whereas urban improvements proceed one at a time, each facing its own bespoke set of challenges.But there are people out there at the city level working to increase the speed of those improvements. One of them is Warren Logan, currently a partner at Lighthouse Public Affairs, but before that, policy director of mobility in the Oakland, California, mayor's office, a senior transportation planner for San Francisco, and an intern in the transportation office at Berkeley, California.In his time working on transportation projects, Logan has given a lot of thought to, and done a lot of work on, improving city processes to make safety and walkability improvements faster and less capital-intensive. He wants cities to free themselves up to make fast, cheap changes that can have big impacts without an enormous investment of time and money.As listeners will have noticed, I have been somewhat obsessed lately with urban design and transportation issues. I hope you will indulge me in another conversation about the nature of resistance to urban improvements, the kinds of changes that can be made quickly to dramatically improve safety, and the larger need to avoid over-reliance on EVs. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe
The American colonists were not the first people on the North American continent. Native Americans had lived on the continent for at least 24,000 years. Listen to this episode to learn a little more about Native Americans during colonial times! Center for Civic Education
In June, the Oregon Department of Forestry hired Scott Altenhoff to lead its Urban and Community Forestry Assistance program. Previously, Altenhoff worked as an urban forester for the City of Eugene, where he became aware of temperature disparities due to differences in tree cover between economically disadvantaged and affluent neighborhoods. In 2014, he worked with community members to direct city crews to plant more trees in West Eugene and launched annual maintenance cycles for their upkeep. Today, Altenhoff has a new target: school campuses which he says are in dire need of “green infrastructure” to promote health, improve air quality and combat social inequity. Scott Altenhoff joins us to talk about his vision and the key threats facing urban forests, from climate change to invasive species.
We talk more about the Urban fantasy genre and pitch a film based in London of all places! This is the deleted scenes for episode 390, you may want to listen to that first for context. Or do whatever you want, we're not Spock's Dad from the opening scenes of Star Trek (2009.
The Quantum Leap Edition. The verdict is out on Deshaun Watson. Tough break for Brittney Griner. Another racist mascot. Why go to jail over free pizza. Worst get away vehicles of all time. Plus, S**t Movie of the Week, Throwback Album of the Week, Flowers Givings, Bracket Racket, In The Room, and much more!
In This Episode: Here is something you already know: money has to flow or it dies. It needs to be constantly working for you and to do so, it needs to be constantly moving. Why let your money die when it could be making a return for you? This is exactly what this week's guest helps people do. We are switching things up a little on the podcast this week, as Harper Jones is replacing Jim as host, and he's catching up with Will Coleman from Urban Gate Capital. Urban Gate Capital raises capital from investors and lends it out to people looking to buy property. They provide an average of between 3-6 month loans and over the last two years, have lent out just over $18 million to their clients. Will joins Harper to walk you through their business model, talk more about the fund they have recently launched for investors, and share more about how Urban Capital could keep your money moving for you. You'll hear more about the short-term hard money lending industry, the advantages and benefits of lending, and some of the opportunities available within the industry. Investors know that they need to keep their money moving and that capital sitting in their accounts is not an option. Urban Capital's newly created fund is a fantastic way for investors to keep their capital working for them and their business model now enables them to fund even more people; it's a win-win for all involved. If you're wondering what to do with your capital and thinking about buying a project versus potentially lending to get some exposure, you need to listen to this episode. Harper and Will talk about the current market, the importance of educating yourself on what's going on in the industry, and some ways to make your capital work for you, and Will shares his advice for anybody interested in lending. Connect with Jim Oliver: Facebook: CreateTailwind & Jim Oliver Website: https://createtailwind.com/ YouTube: CreateTailwind LinkedIn: Jim Oliver Join the Community: https://community.createtailwind.com/ RSVP for the next community Q&A HERE: https://community.createtailwind.com/events Connect with Will Coleman: Website: https://www.urbangatecapital.com/ Email: email@example.com
“When there's blood in the streets, that's the time to buy.” Jason Urban, Co-Head of Trading at Galaxy Digital, left a lucrative career in traditional finance to bet big on Crypto. Now, his firm has $2.1 Billion in assets under management and boasts 215 portfolio companies, spanning the crypto economy. Jason stops by to talk about the downturn, the opportunities that Galaxy sees in the market, and what he thinks is coming next. JOIN THE FREE WOLF DEN NEWSLETTER
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Während sich Trump und seine Freunde zur jährlichen CPAC-Konferenz versammeln, erzielen die Demokraten einen Sieg, indem sie das größte Klimaschutzgesetz der Geschichte verabschieden. Kansas Wähler stimmt gegen eine Verfassungsänderung das hätte für die Bundesstaat Legislative die Tür zum Abtreibungsverbot geöffnet. Diese Wahl Ergebnis, in den tief rot Republikanische Kansas, gibt Demokraten Hoffnung, das Abtreibung und Frauen Gesundheit Schutz hilfreiche Themen bei der Zwischenwahlen sein konnten. Aber die Trump unterstützte Kandidaten sind an Orten wie Arizona auf dem Vormarsch, und Trump-Kritiker wie Liz Cheney sind auf dem Weg zum scheitern. Und hast du gehört? Das FBI hat eine Razzia in Mar-a-Lago durchgeführt! Eine Zusammenfassung der Sommernachrichten!Credits:Theme Music: Reha Omayer, HamburgFind us on:Facebook: AmerikaUebersetztTwitter: @AUbersetztContact us:firstname.lastname@example.org
In the past, malaria killed two out of three missionaries in certain locales. Depending on the prevalence of disease, the missionary must decide on how many layers of protection are needed. Strategies include sleeping under an insecticide-treated net, avoiding outside at dawn and dusk, screening windows and doors, wearing mosquito repellent, reducing mosquito breeding sites, taking malaria prophylactic medication, and evaluating and treating every fever within 24 hours of onset. The decision about which strategies to employ should be made in consultation with medical providers with knowledge of local patterns of disease. Diagnosis may be affected by presence of prophylactic medications, test kits that only detect certain species, or variable experience of lab personnel. Recurrent malaria may be due to reinfection, recrudesence, or relapse, and diagnosis and treatment requires knowledge of disease patterns related to P. vivax and P. ovale. Testing will often be negative and disease may occur weeks to years after leaving the malarious area, making treatment more difficult, especially if the missionary is back in his/her passport country.
Welcome to today's podcast. In this two-part podcast series, Real Estate Agents: Making Money With New Builds. In this 2 episode podcast, you will learn about different types of new construction. Next, you will learn why new construction is an amazing opportunity for real estate agents. Finally, on the second podcast in this series, a step-by-step guide to getting started, Remember that you can join Premier Coaching at any time by going to http://members.timandjulieharris.com/ and signing up for free. Our job on the podcast is to educate you and motivate you, your job is to take action by becoming a Premier Coaching member and moving your business forward faster! PART ONE New Construction What is it? 1 - Traditional New Construction, single-family home neighborhoods 2 - New townhomes, doubles, zero lot line homes, patio homes, garden homes. 3 - Condos, low, medium, and highrise 4 - Urban and suburban infill/teardowns/rehab 5 - Land acquisition, lot sales, development Join Tim and Julie Harris's Exclusive PREMIER COACHING 100% FREE: https://members.timandjulieharris.com LIKE and SUBSCRIBE AND PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT: https://bit.ly/3NXGxNb FREE REAL ESTATE SALES TRAINING AND COACHING: Enroll NOW, FREE Real Estate Coaching and Training: https://bit.ly/3aUimkh LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS: https://bit.ly/3Obuhs2 EXP REALTY EXPLAINED: Tim and Julie Harris are one of the TOP EXP REALTY Sponsors in the world. Tim and Julie are honored to be your sponsor at eXp Realty. Text TIM HARRIS directly to be sponsored by Tim and Julie Harris 512-758-0206. Tim and Julie's EXP Realty site: https://bit.ly/3NJTPwB * Completing the EXP Realty application now? Name JULIE HARRIS from Georgetown Texas as your sponsor! Watch this video: https://bit.ly/3QjYJCo and here is the application: https://bit.ly/3MKPw35 WHO ARE TIM AND JULIE HARRIS?: https://bit.ly/3mGOWbU #realestatetraining #joinexprealty #realestateleads #timandjulieharris #realestatesecrets #realtor #realestatemarketupdate #realestatecoaching #negotiationsinrealestate #themodelexplained #exprealty #joinexprealty
Communication Professor Dr. Debra Merskin discusses her study of arguments for and against a ban on Oregon's coyote killing contests, including her recommendations for animal advocates to use approaches that are more likely to resonate with the rural residents arguing to keep the killing contests (although, other rural residents and some hunters also believe these killing contests should be banned). This 27-minute interview, hosted by Carrie Freeman for "In Tune to Nature," from August 2022, is broad enough to be applicable to any state's efforts to ban wildlife killing contests in considering various people's worldviews on animals, government, and independence. You can read Dr. Merskin's full study in the international open-access scholarly journal Journalism & Media at https://www.mdpi.com/2673-5172/3/2/22/htm Project Coyote is a good resource for those looking for wildlife advocacy strategies that have worked. Their website is https://projectcoyote.org/ In Tune to Nature is a weekly show airing on Wednesdays from 6:30-7pm EST on Atlanta indie station WRFG (Radio Free Georgia) 89.3FM hosted by Carrie Freeman, Sonia Swartz, or Melody Paris. Please consider donating to support this 50-year old independent progressive radio station at www.wrfg.org Take care of yourself and others, including other species. Photo credit of coyote killing contest: Humane Society of the U.S.
The Psalms have been the prayer book of God's people for thousands of years. We immerse ourselves in this book each summer to hear its truth, learn from its wisdom, and be shaped by its vision of the good life. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com
Old Town has long been a tourist destination, but that could be changing. Since the Old Town Urban Market opened nine months ago, even locals are flocking to the outdoor food hall. Located at Congress and Twiggs streets, the market is home to eight local Latino-owned businesses. U-T food writer Pam Kragen visited the space recently.
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The American Founders drew on a number of basic ideas and experiences to create the kind of government they believed would best protect the natural rights of Americans and promote the common good. Get introduced to some of the Founders in this episode! Center for Civic Education
Hancock and Kelley fill in for the DGS this week. In the first hour of today's show, Michael Kelley rants about Mexican food, and the boys are also joined by author and TV host John Brown to promote the Missouri Book Festival with guest speaker Rick Ankiel. Tom Bailey, Vice President of the Urban League, also joins the show to discuss the Urban Expo.
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The guys are back and kick the show off with a discussion surrounding those shady Miami Dolphins led by owner Stephen Ross and the charges of tampering with Tommy Brady, as well as a breakdown on all things DeSean Watson, the NFL set to appeal, and just what kind of punishment would be fair for the abhorrent, and egregious behavior Watson displayed. Then it's this weeks divisional breakdown with the AFC South; is Matty Ice ready to lead a super talented Colts team to the playoffs, how soon will Malik Willis take over for garbage Ryan Tannehill in Tennessee, how much better will those Jags be now that awful Urban is gonzo, and just how BAD will those lowly Texans be. Enjoy!!
I have guest David Barmon with me to discuss the urban logging movement. David successfully funded his book "Trees from the City" on Kickstarter and is in the throes of getting it finished up and on shelves. We discuss how urban lumber isn't all just slabs and the direction the urban logging industry is heading.
Deshaun Watson gets suspended for six games. Sportico says the Cowboys are the most valuable franchise in the NFL. Bill Russell passes away at age 88. Zed Key says the football team is very wrong. Buckeyes gain two commitments, lose one over the weekend. Urban is needed down in Jacksonville. We did the segment that's not a segment: Yikes! George Kliavkoff says more nonsense. A Nebraska professor goes rogue. And Jayson Stark hopped on ahead of tomorrow's MLB trade deadline.