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Major Episode 103
Paul F. Tompkins is Scott's sidekick for the full show in a rare non-best of episode appearance. This is the 2nd anniversary show. Paul mentions it is also his first wedding anniversary and he called in from his honeymoon to the first anniversary show. At 16:00 Reggie Watts improvises 4 songs to be voted on to be the new theme song.
Background: This study aimed to investigate the association between psychosocial variables and depression severity among Chinese patients with first-episode major depressive disorder (MDD).
Methods: This multicenter case-control study enrolled patients with first-episode MDD and healthy controls (HCs) from nine sites in China. Depressive symptoms, clinical features, and psychosocial variables were evaluated. Based on the total score of the Hamilton Rating Scale of Depression (HRSD-17), patients with MDD were classified into three subgroups of severity (mild, moderate and severe). The logistic regression analyses were conducted to investigate the independent risk factors of MDD and different severities of depression.
The episode ends in The Hall with Gwyllyn performing. Claire finds comfort in the Rhenish again and sits next to Jamie. She is sad, but the translations by Jamie of what Gwyllyn is singing give her hope that she can again return to Frank and she must do it soon.
Many fans were worried about the way Mrs. Fitz was being portrayed, especially after seeing the preview for this episode. It is a reminder that Ronald D. Moore is keeping the fans on their toes, and nothing has been done thus far to get fans riled up. We still have thirteen episodes to go, but thus far it is apparent that the beloved story is in good hands. The changes are interesting and give us more insight into the characters.
In this episode of the Teaching Python podcast, Kelly and Sean delve into the topic of ChatGPT and its potential impact on computer science education. ChatGPT is a new artificial intelligence tool developed by OpenAI that has generated a lot of buzz in the tech industry. The hosts consider both the potential benefits and drawbacks of using ChatGPT in the classroom, and discuss how it could be used to enhance the learning experience.
Matteo and Sijie from Streamlio reached out to us and let us know they had an update on Apache Pulsar. It turned out they had a lot to talk about so we cut the interview in two parts. the first of which was published in episode 101. Here is the second part with information on version 2.0 and the future of the Apache Pulsar project.
The first subject taken on by Sijie is Pulsar Functions, followed by Matteo talking about the new schema registry and Topic Compaction. With a new major version being released, users will probably want to upgrade so we asked the guys about the upgrade path. The rest of the episode, Matteo and Sijie share what they can regarding the future Pulsar Roadmap.
Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone! (Japanese: 岩をも砕く熱きハートライチとタケシ A Passionate Heart That Can Smash Even Rock! Lychee and Takeshi!!) is the 103rd episode of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, and the 1,042nd episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on January 6, 2019 and in the United States on April 27, 2019.
The third episode of the Imagineering Story focuses on how the Disney executives Michael Eisner and Frank Wells come in and boost the division back to its glory days. Especially as Frank Wells becomes an important ally to the creative branch of the Parks team, which leads to the creation of Star Tours, a ride based on the Star Wars franchise, which was completely different to everything done at the parks before then.
Another major aspect of this episode was the creation of the MGM Studios (now known as Hollywood Studios) at the Walt Disney World, including lots of details about how they created the Tower of Terror attraction, which will probably surprise most viewers.
Warning: This is an overview of Episode 103 of Dark Winds, so there will be scads of spoilers here. We strongly recommend that you not read this if you have not yet watched the episode on AMC or AMC+.
Ellen moves on to Treadstone business. She explains the stay at home mom from the Haynes shooting was formerly an employee of Expo Oil in their Arctic operations (where Doug worked). Last week, she reached out to major newspapers promising information of major violations at the company but Haynes killed her before she could reveal anything.
So many gorgeous outfits in this episode! Mrs. Fitz seems to have a never ending supply of pretty lady clothes, as Claire looks terrific in every scene, dressed in lovely dark colors that set off her beautiful skin and rich brown hair.
No listener questions are answered on this episode due to having a distinguished visitor guest. Concerned listeners may have wondered if their sound systems were failing but the poor audio quality was our fault.
Keith and Tommy sit down with Walter Schreifels to discuss Walter's history in music, growing up in New York, discovering punk rock and hardcore, Walter's early NYHC days in Youth of Today and Gorilla Biscuits, the formation of Quicksand, their early influences, life as a major label band, the formation of Rival Schools, their debut EP "United By Fate", Walking Concert, Quicksand's 2012 reunion, their latest LP "Distant Populations" plus more.
I made the deadline, I have completely finished the Bohemian Blooms crochet blanket by Janie Crow. Since the last episode I finished the last four white flowers and joined all the pieces together. Then at the very end, I had the fancy scolloped edging to do that goes around the whole blanket. This nearly killed me, there are over 900 stitches in just one row.
What follows is epic as Kamala uses her powers to fight off the ClanDestines as best she can. She uses her iconic stretchy fist powers and then kicks some major butt, with the help of Bruno and Kamran.
This wiki contains spoilers for all stories of Critical Role. This includes the story for unaired episodes of The Legend of Vox Machina, as it's based on the first campaign of Critical Role from 2015-2017.
Michael Bentt was a four-time NY Golden Gloves champion, and one of the most decorated amateur boxers in the United States. He earned a bronze medal at the Good Will Games and the Pan-American games, along with earning 2nd at the Olympic Trials. He was also the WBO Heavyweight Champion, beating Tommy Morrison in 1993. He has starred in numerous films and TV episodes, including Million Dollar Baby and played Sonny Liston in the film ALI. He has also directed an off-Broadway play called, Kid Shamrock. He stars in Netflix docu-series called, Losers. Michael is also the author of a fantastic piece titled, Anatomy of a Knock-Out.
Jonathan Del Arco (Deputy Medical Examiner Dr. Morales) and Robert Gossett (Assistant Chief Russell Taylor), previously recurring cast members, are now series regulars. Nadine Velazquez joins the cast as DDA Emma Rios, the prosecutor in charge of the Phillip Stroh case. Originally scheduled for 15 episodes, the season order was increased to 19. According to creator James Duff, the theme for season two is identity.
Jon Tenney is upgraded from recurring to regular status as Special Agent (soon-to-be LAPD Deputy Chief) Fritz Howard, but is only credited in the episodes in which he appears. Recurring guest stars include Tom Berenger as Sharon's husband Jack, Bill Brochtrup as Rusty's therapist Dr. Joe Bowman, Malcolm-Jamal Warner as SIS Lt. Chuck Cooper, Ransford Doherty as Coroner Investigator Kendall, Kathe Mazur as Deputy DA Andrea Hobbs and Laurie Holden as Special Operations Bureau (SOB) Commander Ann McGinnis. The theme for the season is expectations.
Robert Gossett departs the series in the eleventh episode of the season, in which Asst. Chief Taylor dies in a courtroom shootout. The theme for the season is balance. The final eight episodes focus on connections.
Daniel Di Tomasso (Detective Wes Nolan) and Leonard Roberts (Assistant Chief Leo Mason) previously recurring cast members, are now series regulars. Jessica Meraz also joins the cast as Detective Camilla Paige, a new transfer who has a past with Provenza. Series star Mary McDonnell departs the series in the tenth episode, following Sharon Raydor's death from a heart attack. The themes for this season are faith, reason and risk.
Even before this climate event was recognized, paleontologists could tell from the fossil record that this was a time of change. Notably, the Paleocene-Eocene boundary features a mass extinction of benthic foraminifera (seafloor-dwelling microorganisms) and a major change in mammal diversity that includes some of the earliest appearances of modern mammal groups like Perissodactyls and Primates.
Most studies of the PETM revolve around some major questions. For example: where did that Carbon come from? Top candidates include volcanic activity (at this time, rifting of northern continents created the North Atlantic Igneous Province, which would have produced lots of Carbon-rich gases) and the release of Carbon from methane-rich ocean sediments or organic-rich permafrost (which could be triggered by tectonic shifts, changing ocean circulations, or by the onset of rising temperatures). Another major question is the timing of the event: plenty of research is devoted to estimating exactly how long it took for temperatures and Carbon levels to rise, and exactly how long it took to recover.
As you might imagine, rapidly rising global temperatures and Carbon levels had some major impacts on the world. In the ocean, seafloor organisms suffered major losses (especially benthic foraminifera), some shelled organisms and corals declined due to ocean acidification, and many warm-water species spread to higher latitudes. On land, weather patterns seem to have shifted, with some regions growing wetter and others dryer, leading various animals and plants to move into or out of changing habitats. 041b061a72