Vanessa Bruno

14 Dec 18
andrewfabricmt3331

CLICCA QUI PER VEDERE LE CANZONI IN ORDINE CRONOLOGICO LE HIT RICORRENTI IN PROGRAMMAZIONE SU RDS ADELE – HELLO – 2015 ADELE – ROLLING IN THE DEEP – 2010 ADELE – SET FIRE TO THE RAIN – 2011 ADELE – SKYFALL – 2012 ADELE – SOMEONE LIKE YOU – 2011 ADELE – TURNING TABLES – […]

13 Dec 18
Microbe Land

And growing…  Below is a simple bibliography of metagenomics classification algorithms, built from the GoogleDoc I created some time ago (2015?) and now maintained over at Zotero. So far, I’ve identified 97 (!!!) papers that all are trying to solve the same problem: what is in this sample? It’s pretty incredible – I wonder at […]

11 Dec 18
Sorrow of Sophie

1693 – Canon In D Major – Pachelbel 1801 – Piano Sonata No. 14 (Moonlight Sonata) – Beethoven 1803 – Violin Sonata No. 9 – Beethoven 1804 – 5th Symphony – Beethoven 1825 – Ave Maria – Schubert 1830 – We Wish You a Merry Christmas 1836 – Nocturnes – Chopin 1853 – Ave Maria […]

10 Dec 18
Officer Prepares

Centre amends rules for minorities from three nations Citizenship form will have a separate column for them The contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, is pending in Parliament, but the Union Home Ministry has notified amendments to the Citizenship Rules, 2009, to include a separate column in the citizenship form for applicants belonging to six minority […]

07 Dec 18
Essays and Notes

DOI Autor Título Handle http://dx.doi.org/10.14393/ufu.di.2018.806 QUERO JUNIOR, Adilson Captura coletiva de presas e interações agonísticas durante o forrageamento em Parawixia bistriata (Araneae: Araneidae) https://repositorio.ufu.br/handle/123456789/22332 http://dx.doi.org/10.14393/ufu.di.2018.1152 Fidelis, Ricardo Tirone Modelagem matemática e sistema embarcado em DSP/FPGA para acionamento e controle de um GRV 8/6 e estimativa em tempo real dascurvas de indutância e conjugado https://repositorio.ufu.br/handle/123456789/22335 http://dx.doi.org/10.14393/ufu.di.2018.959 […]

07 Dec 18
Pure Bliss

Hey y’all, It’s Alexa, I’m back with another playlist blog post, but this time I’ll be sharing some underrated songs that need recognition. Some songs are literally BOPS like I can listen to them on repeat while the rest really deserves its recognition. Got so much respect to the artists/producers that created these amazing and […]

07 Dec 18
Twinkle Twinkle Productions

astrologanize: this is observations of mars in the houses and the vibes they can give off in relation to their appeal mars in 1st: tender/seductive vibe (the ultimate example(s): brad pitt, johnny depp, megan fox, lucy lawless, vanessa hudgens) mars in 2nd: sly/cunning vibe (the ultimate example(s): scarlett johansson, winona ryder, will smith, robert downey […]

07 Dec 18
The Westerner

By: Kenneth Stratton This is my last article for The Westerner. One last chance to reflect on my time with the school newspaper, closing one chapter of my life, before starting out to write the next one. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who have helped make my time with […]

06 Dec 18
Boston Herald
By DAVE SKRETTA Nathan Chen mostly goes unnoticed when he strolls through the picturesque campus of Yale, and the few times he can recall being recognized happened months ago during his freshman orientation. That’s because just about everyone who attends the prestigious Ivy League school is exceptional in some way, whether they happen to be brilliant at science, a mathematical whiz or handy with words. Or in Chen’s case, a world-class athlete. “It’s actually been really low key,” Chen said in a phone interview with The Associated Press from Vancouver, British Colombia, where he will defend his Grand Prix Final title beginning Thursday night. “What I’ve done is pretty cool,” Chen said, “but everyone at Yale has done something cool.” Maybe so. But just look at what the 19-year-old from Salt Lake City has accomplished over the past year: Chen followed his Grand Prix Final triumph with a national championship, then helped the U.S. win team bronze at the Pyeongchang Olympics. After a disappointing short program in the individual competition, he proceeded to land five clean quads in his free skate to vault to a fifth-place finish. Then he headed to Italy, where he won both the short and free programs while becoming only the second skater behind two-time and reigning Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu to eclipse 320 total points. Chen was the youngest world champion since Russia’s Evgeni Plushenko in 2001, and was the first American to win the world championship since Evan Lysacek accomplished the feat in 2009. His margin of victory over Japan’s Shoma Uno was among the highest in history. After that kind of grueling schedule, nobody would have faulted Chen for taking a break. In fact, many skaters targeting the 2022 Beijing Games decided to take this year off. But all along, Chen knew he wanted to start college in the fall — he spent most of his downtime last season writing entrance essays. Ultimately he decided to move all the way across country, from his longtime coach Rafael Arutyunyan and his training base in California to the Yale campus in New Haven, Connecticut, where he began knocking out prerequisite coursework while keeping up with his skating. “It’s been a lot to try to figure out,” Chen explained, “but as each competition goes, I’ve been better able to balance the two. I’m still learning. I’m still not doing as well as I want with either of them, figure skating or school.” Well, the figure skating part has still been exceptional. Chen began his Grand Prix season at Skate America in Everett, Washington, where he easily won both segments to defend his title. Then he rebounded from a shaky short program that included a fall on his quad flip to win the Internationaux de France — his fifth consecutive Grand Prix gold medal. Now, Chen will try to defend another title at the Grand Prix Final. Hanyu, his biggest rival, announced last week he was withdrawing following an injury to his right leg. That means Uno, the Olympic silver medalist, figures to give Chen the toughest competition in a field that also includes Russia’s Sergei Voronov and the Czech Republic’s Michal Brezina. “It’s going to be a good competition regardless if Hanyu is here,” Chen said. “He’s a big aspect in figure skating, but I just have to focus on myself. I can only control what I can control.” Whether that happens to be schoolwork or figure skating. The Grand Prix Final begins with the men’s and women’s short programs Thursday night, and the men’s free skate caps a Friday night schedule that also includes the rhythm dance and pairs short program. The women’s free skate, free dance and pairs free skate are Saturday. Here are some of the favorites in the other competitions: WOMEN: Russia’s Alina Zagitova, who outdueled compatriot Evgenia Medvedeva at the Winter Games, is the clear favorite after sweeping both segments in each of her two Grand Prix assignments. Rika Kihira and Satoko Miyahara are her biggest challengers in the six-woman field, which includes three Japanese skaters and three Russian skaters — and nobody from the United States. ICE DANCE: Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have retired, and world champs Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron did not qualify because of an injury. That means world silver medalists Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue of the U.S. are favored, though the two Russian teams of Alexandra Stepanova and Ivan Bukin, and Victoria Sinitsina and Nikita Katsalapov will provide strong competition. PAIRS: Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot took an indefinite break after taking Olympic gold and the world championship. Russia’s Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov are considered the favorites after winning silver at the world championships, while Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres of France are trying to build off their first Grand Prix victory at Skate Canada. ___ (Correct U.S. to team bronze at Olympics.)
06 Dec 18
OlympicTalk

With retirement on the horizon, there are few songs that may better encompass the French pair’s journey than “The Long and Winding Road” or “Truckin.”

06 Dec 18
New Delhi Times

Nathan Chen mostly goes unnoticed when he strolls through the picturesque campus of Yale, and the few times he can recall being recognized happened months ago during his freshman orientation. That’s because just about everyone who attends the prestigious Ivy League school is exceptional in some way, whether they happen to be brilliant at science, […]

06 Dec 18
THE INTOWN REPORT

INTOWN REPORT for 12/6 – 12/12 THURSDAY, 12/6 Alex’s – the Absurd, Laced in Blue, + Whiskey & the Wolves Bigfoot Lodge – Egg Drop Soup, + Bandaid 100 Bootleg – Kevin Krauter, Field Trip, + Stone Irr Cafe Nela – Pedal Strike, The Skunk Monks, The Rails, + Tara & the Little Stars Cinema […]

06 Dec 18
Cashbox Magazine Music Charts

TOP 200 AIRPLAY CHART 12-01-2018 # ARTIST SONG TITLE LABEL 1 MARSHMELLO & BASTILLE HAPPIER ASTRALWERKS/JOYTIME/UMG 2 MAROON 5 GIRLS LIKE YOU (FEAT. CARDI B) 222/INTERSCOPE 3 CALVIN HARRIS & SAM SMITH PROMISES COLUMBIA 4 PANIC! AT THE DISCO HIGH HOPES FUELED BY RAMEN 5 SILK CITY & DUA LIPA ELECTRICITY COLUMBIA 6 TRAVIS SCOTT […]

05 Dec 18
Ban Ban Ton Ton

Takenoko made music that mixed up references such as Talking Heads and New Order. French synth-pop that bore the influence of 80s Parisian nightlife. Angular Rock, that moved in parallel to that of contemporaries, like Marie Et Les Garçons. Records which pioneered the use of emerging technology.  Emotional Rescue have collected the band`s 80s recordings […]

05 Dec 18
Write Sweats Podcast

Curious about something you heard on this week’s episode of Write Sweats? Check out the annotations for the Smart Canteen episode!