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15 Dec 18
Technology is Full of Joy(ce)

“ART is something that makes you breath with different kind of Happiness” – Anne Albers

15 Dec 18
Gamer Empire

What are daily missions Daily missions are daily tasks assigned to you every single day once your character hits level 50. These missions are often quite fast to complete and give you a range of different rewards. 18 daily missions are assigned to your character daily, 3 missions in each of the 6 categories. Level […]

14 Dec 18
Eliana Tria

Pengertian Filsafat Pengetahuan (Epistemologi) tersendiri yaitu cabang filsafat yang berurusan dengan hakikat dan lingkup pengetahuan, dasar dan pengandaian– pengandaian serta secara umum hal itu dapat diandalkannya sebagai penegasan bahwa orang memiliki pengetahuan. Untuk penjelasan selengkapnya bisa putar video dibawah!

14 Dec 18
Twin Cities
[dfm_iframe src=”https://www.nhl.com/wild/video/embed/hannah-brandt-joins-wild-practice/t-277437412/c-63943903″ width=”100%” height=”360px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Olympic gold medalist Hannah Brandt grew up in Vadnais Heights idolizing Wild captain Mikko Koivu. On Friday she skated alongside her childhood icon. Brandt practiced with the Wild at Tria Rink to help promote Girls Hockey Weekend, a three-day training exercise and celebration of women’s hockey in Minnesota. She skated as an extra forward on the Jason Zucker-Eric Staal-Mikael Granlund line and enjoyed every minute. “That was awesome,” she said. “I’m thankful to the Wild for the opportunity. The guys were awesome. It’s cool to be out there. They’re big and fast, obviously, but it was fun to play with them.” Brandt stars with the Minnesota Whitecaps of the Women’s National Hockey League, which plays its home games at Tria Rink. Wild coach Bruce Boudreau nicknamed her a “minny Granny,” since she was the only player shorter than Minnesota’s 5-foot-10 playmaker. “It’s amazing how far the women’s game has come,” Boudreau said. “They’re very capable players. I get amazed every time I watch them.” Brandt, who helped lead Team USA to a gold-medal victory over Canada at the Winter Olympics earlier this year,  still acknowledged being nervous practicing with an NHL team. “Yeah, I definitely was probably gripping my stick a little tighter,” she said. “I didn’t want to mess up their practice. But I had a lot of fun with it and they were awesome.” Team USA, which defeated Canada 5-2 in the November Four Nations Cup, is scheduled to play its archrivals three times in February in Toronto, London, Ontario, and Detroit. The Wild will host dry-land training sessions and on-ice clinics for girls youth hockey players Saturday and Sunday at Xcel Energy Center. Minnesota hockey personnel, along with Whitecaps and WCHA players, will coach the clinics. FRIENDLY FIRE Winger Jordan Greenway sported several stitches and a fat lip behind the new cage on his helmet, compliments of an accidental high stick by teammate Joel Eriksson Ek during the third period of Thursday’s 5-1 victory over Florida. “He looks like a hockey player now,” quipped Boudreau. Greenway said he does not know how many stitches he needed to close the gash on the right side of his face but said through slurred speech it hurts to eat. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] “It’s not pleasant, but I can do it,” he said. Greenway also joked Eriksson Ek was avoiding him. “He’s scared. He won’t even come near me,” he said. BRIEFLY Winger J.T. Brown, who did not play against the Panthers, was excused from practice to be with his wife, who gave birth to their child. Boudreau said he should be available for the game against the Flames on Saturday.
14 Dec 18
Twin Cities
Mikko Koivu ambled into the Wild dressing room at Tria Rink on Friday afternoon, sweat pouring from his head and face after working overtime in his first practice in more than a week. The captain isn’t sweating his left leg injury anymore. He will not seek vengeance against contrite Flames defenseman Mark Giordano. And he would not touch with a 10-foot hockey stick the lineup intrigue his imminent return has generated. “Just excited to be on the ice; frustrated at the same time,” he said. “But that will get easier as you get closer to the game. Just got to make sure you’re ready for the battle.” That battle will be for two points — and two points only — Saturday afternoon against Pacific Division-leading Calgary at Xcel Energy Center. It remains unclear whether Koivu will suit up. Coach Bruce Boudreau said he would be a game-time decision ahead of the 12:38 p.m. faceoff. In a bygone era, bad blood easily could spill over from Flames’ 2-0 victory Dec. 6 at Scotiabank Saddledome. Giordano’s knee-to-knee hit late in the third period ended Koivu’s night and garnered a two-game suspension by the NHL. Lest anyone forget the crushing body check Minnesota defenseman Matt Dumba subsequently used to level Flames center Mikael Granlund. That sparked Ryan Lomberg to fly off the bench and jump Dumba in premeditated zeal. Lomberg the instigator was suspended two games and Flames coach Bill Peters was fined $10,000 because the incident occurred in the final five minutes of the game. However, there is no bulletin board material or plans for the Wild to avenge their physical defeat. “We need the points and they need the points,” said Boudreau. “The referees are going to be there thinking about that and they’ll probably send guys off by the bushel for doing nothing. At the same time, both power plays are working pretty good, so I don’t think we want to be shorthanded. We want to win the game.” Koivu echoed Boudreau’s sentiment, revealing that Giordano texted an apology to him for the hit. “It was a classy move by him,” Koivu said. “Obviously (I’ve) known him playing against him. I don’t think he meant to do that. Things happen quick trying to win every battle, every game. That’s part of the game. He texted me, apologized, move on. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] “Make sure you play the game the right way and not to let emotion get the best (of you). You just need to focus on the game and make sure you win the hockey game. Things happen. We’re ready for everything.” Meanwhile, Boudreau said he has not decided whether to reunite Koivu with Zach Parise and Charlie Coyle on the Wild’s original No. 1 line. Parise, Coyle and Nino Niederreiter are scorching since being put together late in last Friday’s 7-2 loss at Edmonton, accounting for seven goals and seven assists in two-plus games since Koivu has been sidelined. With center Eric Staal entrenched on the second line, Koivu might be ticketed for third-line duty between greenhorns Jordan Greenway, Luke Kunin or Joel Eriksson Ek. The politics of demoting the captain and 14-year veteran could be thorny. “We haven’t gotten to any part of that conversation yet,” Boudreau said. “You figure it out and do what’s best for the team in the end.” Koivu was diplomatic when asked about returning in a third-line role. “You’ve known me long enough,” he told reporters. “It’s the coach’s job to put the lineup out there and for players to respond and play. That’s a question you’ve got to ask Bruce.” Koivu, who had only missed four games since 2014-15, acknowledged he dodged a more serious injury in the collision along the right-wing boards. “When you see plays like that, usually bad things happen,” he said. “But it’s getting closer to getting back to the game. That’s in the past now. Just looking forward to getting better, getting stronger and hopefully get closer.”
14 Dec 18
SCARARELUN BLOG

U! Happy Events provides sustainable support and teaches values to marginalized children in the Philippines. Join our mission so we can make more children happy! Go to the appropriate product table (see links above) and navigate to the product you need by selecting design and variant, designation (part number), and/or shaft The industrial, commercial and […]

14 Dec 18
Social News XYZ

Brussels, Dec 15 (IANS/AKI) Italy premier Giuseppe Conte had a breakfast meeting on Friday with Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel at a hotel in central Brussels to discuss populist government’s expansionary budget, unexpectedly cancelling a planned press briefing to fit in the meeting. Conte, who is in Brussels for a summit of European Union heads of […]

14 Dec 18
Recerca en Malalties d'Afectació Renal -REMAR Group-

La 6ª edición del Curso de Biopsia Renal Ecoguiada ya está en marcha en el Servicio de Nefrología del Hospital Universitari Germans Trias i Pujol! En este curso, como parte de la Formación en Nefrología Intervencionista, proporcionamos las herramientas de introducción y aprendizaje de la técnica de la biopsia renal eco guiada, de forma teórico-práctica, […]

14 Dec 18
Hukum Positif Indonesia

By Rendra Topan Profesi penegak hukum merupakan profesi yang bergengsi tetapi beresiko tinggi juga. Dikatakan demikian karena profesi inilah yang melaksanakan penegakan hukum terhadap pelanggaran ketentuan peraturan perundang-undangan. Peraturan berisikan perintah dan larangan terhadap suatu hal di dalam kehidupan bermasyarakat ,yang apabila bila dilanggar akan mendapat hukuman atau sanksi. Indonesia sebagai suatu Negara yang menganut […]

14 Dec 18
Z's World of Music

12/13/2018 Continuing from the last post, today’s song is a cover of “I’d Rather” by Jasmine Trias. When I first heard this song, I had no idea it was originally made by Luther Vandross.  Trias chose to sing this song when she auditioned to compete in Season 3 of American Idol. I did not see […]