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Welcome to Pine Island Baptist Church. Our desire is to provide a place where each person can have a life changing experience with God, to plant His Word into your life, and let it transform you into the person God has called you to be. Our doors are open to all, regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey.
 
This Podcast is one component of OpenAnesthesia.org, sponsored by the International Anesthesia Research Society, which was founded by Dr. Ed Nemergut and Dr. Robert Thiele. It debuted in July 2009 with the broad goal of advancing graduate medical education in anesthesia. Since its inception as an experimental project, OpenAnesthesia™ has grown to be a comprehensive resource for anesthesiology residents and physicians worldwide.
 
Welcome! These podcast are stories from the members of the St. Augustine's Chapel in Nashville, TN. Each person shares a personal story around a selected theme or topic. The purpose of Just Sayin' is to grow and celebrate the art and craft of storytelling. In sharing our stories we build community.
 
The Providence Catholic community prays together every morning. Students, faculty and staff volunteer to share a personal reflection over the public address system, followed by the recitation of the Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and concluding with the Pledge of Allegiance. We invite you to listen to the prayers offered up by our community and pray with us!
 
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Luke and Craig talk to Sebastian Noren about the Coyotes' acquisitions, and why keeping Darcy Kuemper and Oliver Ekman-Larsson means this isn't really a rebuild after all. Plus a look at Taylor Hall's odd decision, potential realignment for just the upcoming year, the best and worst offseasons around the league, flaming Zambonis, Swedish things and…
 
Luke and Craig talk to Sebastian Noren about the Coyotes' acquisitions, and why keeping Darcy Kuemper and Oliver Ekman-Larsson means this isn't really a rebuild after all. Plus a look at Taylor Hall's odd decision, potential realignment for just the upcoming year, the best and worst offseasons around the league, flaming Zambonis, Swedish things and…
 
Intergovernmental organisations need money to finance their activities, realise their goals and maintain their own structures. But where does this money come from? How big are the budgets? And how much do citizens of different countries contribute? Let’s try to answer these questions by comparing the numbers of three of the world’s largest intergov…
 
As governments scramble to protect their populations from COVID-19 many of the personal freedoms and rights we take for granted are being –temporarily- taken away… Although certain rights enshrined in the European Convention of Human Rights can be suspended in situations of emergency, an extra effort is needed to prevent abuse and protect the most …
 
The Commission proposes, Parliament and Council decide … has been the traditional approach to law-making in the European Union, until now … But the increasing need to put the citizens' voice at the heart of EU law-making, giving the European Parliament greater power to propose laws, is challenging this assumption and could open the door to a more d…
 
Key to a fair single market, EU rules do not allow State aid, unless it is used to promote general economic development, for example, when tackling the challenges of global competition or the ongoing financial crisis … The European Parliament agrees with this general principle, but calls for less and better targeted state aid in the future. https:/…
 
The fifth generation of communication technologies, known as 5G, is fundamental to achieving a European gigabit society by 2025. But how will this affect our health and that of our children? Is 5G really safe? https://www.europarl.europa.eu/thinktank/en/document.html?reference=EPRS_BRI(2020)646172 Source: © European Union - EP…
 
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