Robin Berg Class of 1960 Veronica Bleha Class of 1960 Harry Ridge Canaday Class of 1960 Vincent Cannuscio Class of 1960 Laurel Conlon Class of 1960 Anthony (Tony) DeGregorio Class of 1960 Linda Dunkler Class of 1960 Frances Elizalde Class of 1960 Delores Franzone Class of 1960 Rudolph Gliniak Class of 1960 Marie Grenfell Class […]
ALERT: AerationWill be aerating the greens with small holes 2/25.* Although Greenskeeper.org researches all alerts before posting, we ask that you please contact the golf course for confirmation. Tijeras Creek Golf Club Golf Course Review Tijeras Creek Golf Club Rancho Santa Margarita California Reviewed by: weber, coto de caza I used to play Tijeras Creek quite […]
I was asked again lately about why I chose to be an indie author. And I’ve discussed my self-publishing journey before, mostly in the moment when I put out my first book. But the true answer to why I ended up self-publishing came a lot in hindsight and some examination of the very uncomfortable truths […]
The February 25th NHL trade deadline is an important date on the annual calendar for a number of reasons, not least because it ultimately gives the teams a last chance to tangibly improve their alignment. increase their chances of playing in the Stanley Cup. Although the deadline has been passed and passed in recent years […]
Auch wenn die Masterarbeit geschrieben und bald abgegeben ist, sollte nach einem Teil I der Literaturrecherche auch ein Teil II folgen. Anbei gibt es daher hier eine Auflistung aller Literatur und sonstigen Quellen mit denen ich mich auseinander gesetzt habe. Abar, Sameera, Georgios K. Theodoropoulos, Pierre Lemarinier, und Gregory M.P. O’Hare. „Agent Based Modelling and […]
Hello friends, and welcome to another of my Most Anticipated Titles post! My “Most Anticipated Books of (Month/Year)” posts are a monthly post where I basically drool over, and talk a little about the books I’m excited to read that are going to be published verysoon. As you know, March is just around the corner, […]
Perishable goods transportation involves the shipping of goods that are likely to get affected by change in atmosphere. These type of goods require a proper ventilated system in order to be transported from one place to another. Special containers are employed to achieve this purpose. Increase in population is a major factor driving the perishable […]
Today let us remain faithful to the perspective that God gives us through the inspiration of Scripture and demonstrate godly virtues.
The Muppets(2011) (6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes) Jason Segal’s The Muppets is fun for the whole family. But that’s the problem isn’t it? Family fare isn’t presently in vogue. In fact, I suspect that those old enough to remember the 1970’s television show enjoyed this joint much more that those too young to have […]
Basaltic dykes with a newly determined Age of 619 Million years in Novillo Gneiss, Tamaulipas (Mexico). Dark grey dykes cut whitish gneiss in centre of image. Credit: Bodo Weber (CICESE) A major volcanic event could have triggered one of the largest glaciations in Earth’s history — the Gaskiers glaciation, which turned the Earth into a…
Hmmm… Kung tutuosin, isang malaking bahagi ng pagkatao ko ito. Simula pa lang ng pagpaparamdam sa akin ng aking titulo bilang panganay sa pamilya, pinilit na sa aking sarili ang pagiging “rational” o makatuwiran sa bawat galaw ko. Kailangan mag-aral ka ng mabuti, kailangan marunong ka na sa mga gawaing-bahay, kailangan alam mon a gagawin […]
Damian Lillard wants to win a championship. Shocking, right? He, however, is oddly thoughtful in regards to the subtler points of that pursuit. Business is cutthroat. The NBA is no different. We often talk about loyalty, how players should stay with franchises that have spoiled them even though the executives would be quick to approve […]
Remember the Local Radio Freedom Act from last year? Well, they’re back with a new LRFA (pronounced “screw you”). This Congress can’t agree about much, but they can agree they want to keep screwing artists.