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Godina Videography & Photography offers video and photo services all over Southern California. We use the latest digital recording, editing and photography equipment and are dedicated to providing friendly, personalized service to ensure the highest quality professional videos that capture all of the sights, sounds and emotions of your wedding day. We have different video and photo packages which you can customize to fit your needs. We are a husband and wife team and have been creating wedding videos for over five years. We look forward to making your wedding video beautiful!
15 Dec 2007
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Godina Videography & Photography offers video and photo services all over Southern California. We use the latest digital recording, editing and photography equipment and are dedicated to providing friendly, personalized service to ensure the highest quality professional videos that capture all of the sights, sounds and emotions of your wedding day. We have different video and photo packages which you can customize to fit your needs. We are a husband and wife team and have been creating wedding videos for over five years. We look forward to making your wedding video beautiful! Visit our other web sites here: *******www.godinaphotography**** *******www.godinavideo****/blog
15 Dec 2007
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This is it ! "Hey Woodie" the #1 song in the least understood category by Charlie. A popular audio recording for over five years... now put to a slide show video taking us through a visual wonderland of Charlies hidden meanings of the lyrics. Listen and see if you can tell what profound insights are being offered in the music. As said by one well known fast food place "billions have been sold"... well not true here, NO SALES, just pure pleasure. However to date thousands have pondered over the lyrics and there meaning.
20 Dec 2007
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"There are three possible explanations for the origin of the Book of Mormon. One is that it is a product of spontaneous generation. Another is that it came into existence in the way Joseph Smith said it did, by special messengers and gifts from God. The third is the hypothesis that Joseph Smith or some other party or parties simply made it all up. No experiments have ever been carried out for testing any of these theories. The first has not even been considered, the second has been dismissed with a contemptuous wave of the hand, and the third has been accepted without question or hesitation. And yet the third theory is quite as extravagant as the other two, demanding unlimited gullibility and the suspension of all critical judgment in any who would accept it. It is based on the simple proposition that since people have written books, somebody, namely Smith or a contemporary, wrote this one. But to make this thesis stick is to show not only that people have written big books, but that somebody has been able to produce a big book like this one. But no other such book exists. Where will you find another work remotely approaching the Book of Mormon in scope and daring? It appears suddenly out of nothing--not an accumulation of twenty-five years like the Koran, but a single staggering performance, bursting on a shocked and scandalized world like an explosion, the full-blown history of an ancient people, following them through all the trials, triumphs, and vicissitudes of a thousand years without a break, telling how a civilization originated, rose to momentary greatness, and passed away, giving due attention to every phase of civilized history in a densely compact and rapidly moving story that interweaves dozens of plots with an inexhaustible fertility of invention and an uncanny consistency that is never caught in a slip or contradiction. We respectfully solicit the name of any student or professor in the world who could come within ten thousand miles of such a performance. As a sheer tour-de-force there is nothing like it. The theory that Joseph Smith wrote the Book of Mormon simply will not stand examination." - Hugh Nibley, Since Cumorah The Book of Mormon is a volume of holy scripture comparable to the Bible. It is a record of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas and contains, as does the Bible, the fulness of the everlasting gospel. The crowning event recorded in the Book of Mormon is the personal ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ among the Nephites soon after his resurrection. It puts forth the doctrines of the gospel outlines the plan of salvation, and tells men what they must do to gain peace in this life and eternal salvation in the life to come. After the author, Mormon, completed his writings, he delivered the account to his son Moroni, who added a few words of his own and hid up the plates in the hill Cumorah. On September 21, 1823, the same Moroni, then a glorified, resurrected being, appreared to the Prophet Joseph Smith and instructed him relative to the ancient record and its destined translation into the English language. We invite all people everywhere to read the Book of Mormon, to ponder in their hearts the message it contains, and then to ask God, the Eternal Father, in the name of Christ, if the book is true. Those who pursue this course and ask in faith will gain a testimony of its truth and divinity by the power of the Holy Ghost. Those who gain this divine witness from the Holy Spirit will also come to know by the same power that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world, that Joseph Smith is his revelator and prophet in these last days, and that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the Lord's kingdom once again established on the earth, prepratory to the second coming of the Messiah. Originally created by Seth Adam Smith at ***********/Sethadamsmith. Used with permission. For more information about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to request a free copy of the Book of Mormon, visit ***********.
7 Jan 2008
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five year old scares sleeping mom.
16 Jan 2008
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Real Estates —– The European Union (EU) is a political and economic community with supranational and intergovernmental features. It is composed of twenty-seven member states primarily located in Europe. In 1957, six European countries formed the European Economic Community (EEC) by the Treaty of Rome. Since then the EU has grown in size through the accession of new member states and has increased its powers by the addition of new policy areas to its remit. In 1993, the Maastricht Treaty established the current legal framework. The EU created a single market which seeks to guarantee the freedom of movement of people, goods, services and capital between member states.[2] It maintains a common trade policy, agricultural and fisheries policies, and a regional development policy.[3] In 1999 the EU introduced a common currency, the euro, which has been adopted by thirteen member states. It has also developed a role in foreign policy, and in justice and home affairs. Passport control and customs checks between many member states were abolished under the Schengen Agreement.[4] With almost 500 million citizens the EU generates an estimated 31 % share of the world´s nominal GDP (€11.8 / US$17.3 trillion) in 2007.[1] It represents its members in the WTO and observes at G8 summits and at the UN. Twenty-one EU countries are members of NATO. Important institutions of the EU include the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, the European Council, the European Court of Justice and the European Central Bank. EU citizens elect the Parliament every five years. www.CITYTV.IN
28 Jan 2008
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Learn what happened when this Florida couple who needed a new beginning spent five years of their life building a home-based business with USANA Health Sciences.
31 Jan 2008
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Boston District Attorney Will Sullivan dreams of being the next great Governor of Massachusetts.... then his life is shattered when his five-year old daughter Sydney is diagnosed with a malignant tumor. But in the twilight maze of Briarwood Hospital, nothing is as it seems.... and when Sydney miraculously goes into remission, Will suspects his beloved wife Joanna has made a terrible bargain with a mysterious counselor to save their dying child. www.alexandrasokoloff****
4 Feb 2008
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Research has revealed that a third more mothers are choosing to breastfeed their babies than they were five years ago. The Philips AVENT study also shows mothers who have given birth within the past year are 30 percent more likely to breastfeed or say they want to breastfeed for longer.. In this video, Philips AVENT breastfeeding advisor Vicki Scott looks into the research and also provides answers to common breastfeeding questions.
18 Feb 2008
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Thirty five years in the life and loves of the legendary gunman
9 Nov 2008
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Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. Shoes. Everyone needs them, but not everyone cares what they look like, what special features they have, or whose feet they adorn. Kinda like family sedans. At one point or another, most every driver will require the service of a four-door car, whether it's for efficient commuting, transporting the kids, or just running errands on the weekends. Choices are numerous, including heavyweights like the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Volkswagen Passat, all available with countless features and four- or six-cylinder power. Also included in that bunch is the Nissan Altima, a ride that entered the market years ago with only a four-banger, slated above the compact Sentra and far below the Maxima flagship. Then came the rebirth of the Altima in 2002, with an edgy new design and an available V6. Five years later, Nissan's most popular sedan gets a host of substantial updates, including updated engines, a redesigned interior, and most noteworthy, a thoroughly revised exterior.
25 Feb 2008
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UNICEF is an active partner in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, the National Programme for Universal Elementary Education, which aims to provide quality education for children between the ages of 6 and 14 years by 2010. UNICEF has been working in the remote villages of Valsad district with an objective to ensure that all children complete five years of school and have access to good quality education. After many years research on child development, they selected 3 main subjects for the tribal children of Valsad. 1) Cleanliness & Hygiene 2) Girls Education 3) HIV / AIDS In order to achieve the goals and make the project a success, UNICEF has joined their hands with the expertise of Darpana Academy. Darpana’s experts trained three volunteers from Valsad on developmental issues. Folk plays are the ideal medium to reach the society and covey the message of development. To make folk plays more interesting with the necessary elements, Darpana trained 3 volunteers from Valsad. There were deputations from UNICEF also to supervise the training / workshop held in Darpana. This has become a movement in the interior areas of Valsad district for community development.
6 Mar 2008
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UNICEF was never meant to be here today, in the first decade of the 21st century. Yet today, a world without UNICEF is unimaginable. Brought to life by unanimous vote at the first-ever session of the United Nations General Assembly - the United Nation's International Children's Emergency Fund was to provide short-term relief - food, medicine and clothing - to children in a Europe ravished by war. It was the first international organization for children ever. The organization quickly became known as UNICEF, and its first executive director, Maurice Pate, declared "There are no enemy children," and put children's needs above politics in the post-war world. At the peak of its activity in Europe, over 6 million children received daily meals and milk, earning UNICEF the nickname 'milkman to the world'. UNICEF was - and still is today - funded entirely by voluntary contributions, and the first National Committee to support the organization was established, in the United States. The idea to sell greeting cards to help children was born, and rapidly began raising funds, and UNICEF's global profile. Of course, children around the globe were affected by the World War, and soon the relief effort spread to China and Palestine, then Latin America. Within five years, UNICEF was active in almost 100 countries, and began expanding the scope of its mission, bringing health campaigns to tackle leprosy, trachoma and tuberculosis. There was considerable resistance to the idea of continuing the UNICEF experiment beyond post-war relief, but it was apparent that children faced an ongoing 'silent emergency' every day, a spiral of poverty, disease and hunger that kills thousands, and stifles global development. But UNICEF did become a permanent part of the United Nations, and began providing community-based, basic health services, training midwives, providing birth kits, building cold chain networks and developing the idea of mass campaigns to eradicate yaws and battle malaria. Today, it's commonplace to see celebrities speaking out on humanitarian issues, but in fact, UNICEF pioneered the idea, when Danny Kaye became an 'Ambassador at Large', the world's first celebrity spokesperson for a goodwill cause
6 Mar 2008
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When you ask Howard Ulene to sum up what it's like to live with Alzheimer's disease there's no hesitation. Howard Ulene, Alzheimer's disease patient, drug trial participant: "In one word, forgetfulness and in many words forgetfulness." Once a savvy businessman, Howard Ulene is now using his entrepreneurial spirit to battle the disease. Howard Ulene, Alzheimer's disease patient, drug trial participant: "What you have to do is get over the fear and be very maudlin and poignant about it and then say I’m going to beat you SOB because I simply won’t except this limited life." About two years ago Howard joined a clinical drug trial for Alzheimer's disease. The drug he received, now known as Flurizan, has just entered phase three of the drug trial. Sam Gandy, M.D., Alzheimer's Association: "Making it to phase three is really unprecedented and these are medicines the likes of which we've never seen before. I think the chances of hitting something successful in the next five years are very good." There are nine new Alzheimer's treatments in phase three trials-the final step before FDA approval. All offering hope to either slow down or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's. Sam Gandy, M.D., Alzheimer's Association: "There are several steps leading from the beginning of the disease to what we see clinically, and what we hope to do is aim a different bullet, aim a different medicine at each of those steps." For Howard, the improvement from taking Flurizan has been tremendous. Art Ulene, M.D., brother: "His results in this clinical trial have been absolutely stunning. I got my brother back. I got the guy I knew as my brother back, he’s not perfect, but the old Howard is back and now able to communicate." As with any phase three trial, the results aren't final until the study ends and data are analyzed. I'm Mary Norton reporting.
7 Mar 2008
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One day, when my daughter was five years old, she asked me, how animals eat, and she wanted to show me. Her imitating of the eating behaviour of a few animals was very funny. So I would like to show you in the following video.
8 Mar 2008
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Bali's tranquility was shaken again when a young woman became the islands first bird flu victim. She was the 103rd person to contract the deadly virus. Bayu Krisnamurthi, National Avian Influenza Commission: "We are trying to give an objective picture and information to the world about the situation in Bali so tourists don't need to be afraid to come to Bali. People still need to be cautious but they don't need to be afraid." Tukadaya village, West Bali where the 29 year old woman died of the virus. Just shortly after her five year old daughter passed away. Now doctors suspect she also died from bird flu. I Nengah Budi Setiawan, father and husband of victims: "She had just started school, when after a week she came down with a fever. I took her to the local health clinic they thought she had typhoid. Then a few days later she was in the hospital where she died. My wife fainted and then 2 weeks later I lost her too." Her grandparents lived with the family and say they don't understand why their granddaughter was a victim. Grandfather, "I have so many regrets, says the grandfather I feel so empty inside." In this small village far from the popular tourist spots. News of the outbreak spread around the world while government and UN teams moved in to alert the community and take steps to stop the virus from spreading. That includes culling all poultry in the surrounding neighborhood. Where most are free range. For now experts say the only way to catch the virus is with direct contact with infected poultry.But there are fears that if the virus mutates it could spread from person to person and spark a global pandemic. That's why UNICEF,with funding from Japan and Canada , is supporting a public awareness campaign that includes getting the message out to school children. communication is key to ensuring that communities have the information they need to protect themselves. But it is an enormous task. Bali is just one of the thousands of islands that make up Indonesia and there is no way of knowing when or where the bird flu virus will strike next.
10 Mar 2008
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