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3 Dec 2007
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Donna Hare introduces herself as an employee of NASA as a design illustrator/draughtsman who did the launch/landing slides and lunar maps a contractor that most of the time worked in building eight. Whilst doing extra work between missions walked into a photo lab opposite and was shown a photo with a ufo on it! She was informed that these pesky little creatures had to be removed from the photo's before releasing to the public!
5 Sep 2006
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Live video of a land slide.
16 Apr 2006
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Why is it that highly trained horses in all aspects of equine activity injure themselves or their riders? Why is it that you hear so many stories that begin with the horse spooked at, "fill in the blank here", and ends with the injuries to horse and/or rider. The OPM Horse, or "Other Peoples Mistake" video series is dedicated to helping you round out your horse, to prevent that injuries that can put you or your horse in the hospital, or kill one or both of you. Want your horse to handle things that few other horses do, regardless of your horses age, sex, breeding, or specialty. Want to build a relationship where your horse will not only trust you implicitly, but actually look to you for leadership. www.opiumhorse.com www.opmhorse.com Natural Horsemanship Gentling Indian Pony Cowboy Cowgirl Brand Foxtrotter Fox Trotter Mare Arabian Ranch Hand Gelding Tennessee Walker Welsh flag Shetland Miniature Ball Registered Bow Archery Soccer American Fire Beach dirt Spur water wind wash bath sand stud fee hat sole horse horseshoe bathe ireland hammer Brazil argentine canada australia new zealand england germany france rope roping color ride mount boot how do I how should I foot shoe ferrier land landing slide slip fall bulldog how do you how would you. Australian dressage dance western saddle paddle gallop galloping bit bridle latigo trot trotted trotting canter cantering pretty breed baby bay foal fly gnat run corral fence fit teeth eye eyeing eyes blaze sock rock rocking walk walking flank fetlock hooves hoove hoof stirrup stallion stud philly colt rein reins reining cinch crupper girth kick stomp buck bucked bucking pain pained grace graceful American Shetland, see Shetland pony American Walking Pony Anadolu pony also called Anadolu Ati Ariegeois pony also called Merens Pony or Ariègeois Assateague Pony, see Chincoteague Pony Asturian pony, see Asturcon in horse section Australian Pony Australian Riding Pony Bali Pony Bardigiano Pony Bashkir Pony Basque Pony Basuto pony, also spelled Basotho pony Batak Pony Bhutia Pony, also Bhotia, Bhote ghoda, Bhutan, Bhutani, Bhutua see Indian Country Bred Boer Pony Bosnian Pony British Riding Pony, see Riding Pony in "types of horses" section Burmese Pony Carpathian Pony, see Hucul Pony Canadian rustic pony Caspian pony Chincoteague Pony Chinese Guoxia Coffin Bay Pony Connemara pony Czechoslovakian Small Riding Pony Dales Pony Deli pony Dartmoor pony Deutsches Reitpony see German Riding Pony Dulmen pony Eriskay pony Exmoor pony Falabella, see Falabella (horse) in horse section Faroe pony Fell Pony Flores pony, see Timor Pony French Saddle Pony Galician Pony Garrano Gayoe German Riding Pony, also called Deutsche Reitpony or Weser-Ems Pony Gotland Pony Guizhou pony Gǔo-xìa pony, see Chinese Guoxia Hackney pony Highland Pony, see also Garron Hokkaido Pony Hucul Pony Hunter Pony, see "types of horses" section Icelandic pony, see Icelandic horse in horse section Indian Country Bred Java Pony Kazakh Pony Kerry bog pony
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Very close landslide footage. Incredible shots
30 Mar 2006
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3 Nov 2012
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Rains lashed Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, taking up the toll to 58 and leaving over 58,000 people wet and miserable after they got stranded. The met department predicted more rains over the next two days in northern India.Officials continued with the rescue operations in rain-hit areas as the toll in the two states climbed to 58. While 40 perished in the torrential downpour in Uttarakhand, 18 people died in Saharanpur district of UP. Sources say more than 58,000 people are stranded at different places on the route of the Chardham Yatra - Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. The onward trip to Hemkunt Saheb - the sacred pilgrimage for Sikhs - has also been abandoned for now, officials say. At many places while the gushing rivers have washed away roads and caused land slides, flood waters has entered several villages on banks of the Alaknanda river. The Ganga is flowing two metres above the danger mark and an alert has been sounded and people have been asked to desist from bathing in the holy river. Army officials say bases have been made for rescue operations in Bareilly and Sarsawa. Members of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are however unable to move further from Dehradun owing to inclement weather. Fourteen choppers of the Indian Army have also been put on standby for rescue operations. Uttarakhand chief minister Vijay Bahuguna while admitting that the situation was "grave", said that the government was working swiftly to rescue people stranded at different places and providing relief to the flood effected areas. Rescue operations are being carried out in the hill state by the army, para-military Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and disaster management authority. According to information from state officials, the deaths have been reported from Rambada (13), Gaurikund (2), Harshil (1), Vikas Nagar (4), Dhanaulti (1), Dehradun (3), Chamoli (1), Patal Ganga (1) and three deaths in other places. Hundreds of pilgrims enroute to the Char Dham Yatra - Badrinath, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Yamunotri- continued to be trapped between landslides and gushing waters of several rivers which are in spate. Officials informed that more than 5,000 people were stranded in Uttarkashi, 1,000 in Joshimath, 10,000 in Govindghat, more than 10,000 in Badrinath and 6,000 in Ghaghria. The state government has asked officials to barricade the route before Rishikesh and ask pilgrims and tourists to go back. The rains, which began Saturday night, have continued for the past three days. The Met department said the rains in the month of June have since broken an 88-year record. Between Saturday and Sunday, Dehra Dun received 220 mm of rains and by evening, another 220 mm of rains. The worst-hit areas include Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi, where Mandakini river is in spate. In Rambada, the river water entered the market area. With the met department having forecast more thunder showers, the already grave situation may worsen with more landslides as the hillsides have become weak following incessant rain, said the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). In Himachal, five members of a family, including three children, were buried alive early Monday when boulders fell on their house at Chagaon village near Tapri, some 220 km from Shimla, Superintendent of Police G. Shiva Kumar said over phone. The public works department (PWD) of Uttarakhand has confirmed "serious damage" to 450 roads in the state. Regional Met director of Uttarakhand Anand Sharma said the situation might slightly improve from Tuesday evening onwards as the rains are likely to subside. Several trains, including Sriganganagar Express, Hemkund Express and Janshatabdi have been cancelled due to flooding of tracks, a railway official said. Several houses collapsed in Sardhana area of Meerut while 18 people were killed in Saharanpur in roof collapse and a car was washed away by rain water. With more rains expected, the situation is likely to worsen in the hill state while flood warnings have been issued in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Ten deaths, including five members of a family, were reported from Himachal Pradesh while 1,500 tourists, mainly from West Bengal, remained stranded in remote Kinnaur district after incessant rainfall triggered landslides. Also stranded was chief minister Virbhadra Singh, who was electioneering for the Mandi parliamentary by-poll slated June 23. In Uttar Pradesh, 15 people were killed in heavy rains and floods in Saharanpur and a flood alert was sounded in several districts as the Ganga, Ghaghra and Sharda are in spate, officials said. The situation in Uttarakhand led to suspension of the annual Kailash Mansarovar yatra owing to the relentless rains and consequent landslides.
1 Jul 2013
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Rains lashed Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, taking up the toll to 58 and leaving over 58,000 people wet and miserable after they got stranded. The met department predicted more rains over the next two days in northern India.Officials continued with the rescue operations in rain-hit areas as the toll in the two states climbed to 58. While 40 perished in the torrential downpour in Uttarakhand, 18 people died in Saharanpur district of UP. Sources say more than 58,000 people are stranded at different places on the route of the Chardham Yatra - Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. The onward trip to Hemkunt Saheb - the sacred pilgrimage for Sikhs - has also been abandoned for now, officials say. At many places while the gushing rivers have washed away roads and caused land slides, flood waters has entered several villages on banks of the Alaknanda river. The Ganga is flowing two metres above the danger mark and an alert has been sounded and people have been asked to desist from bathing in the holy river. Army officials say bases have been made for rescue operations in Bareilly and Sarsawa. Members of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are however unable to move further from Dehradun owing to inclement weather. Fourteen choppers of the Indian Army have also been put on standby for rescue operations. Uttarakhand chief minister Vijay Bahuguna while admitting that the situation was "grave", said that the government was working swiftly to rescue people stranded at different places and providing relief to the flood effected areas. Rescue operations are being carried out in the hill state by the army, para-military Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and disaster management authority. According to information from state officials, the deaths have been reported from Rambada (13), Gaurikund (2), Harshil (1), Vikas Nagar (4), Dhanaulti (1), Dehradun (3), Chamoli (1), Patal Ganga (1) and three deaths in other places. Hundreds of pilgrims enroute to the Char Dham Yatra - Badrinath, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Yamunotri- continued to be trapped between landslides and gushing waters of several rivers which are in spate. Officials informed that more than 5,000 people were stranded in Uttarkashi, 1,000 in Joshimath, 10,000 in Govindghat, more than 10,000 in Badrinath and 6,000 in Ghaghria. The state government has asked officials to barricade the route before Rishikesh and ask pilgrims and tourists to go back. The rains, which began Saturday night, have continued for the past three days. The Met department said the rains in the month of June have since broken an 88-year record. Between Saturday and Sunday, Dehra Dun received 220 mm of rains and by evening, another 220 mm of rains. The worst-hit areas include Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi, where Mandakini river is in spate. In Rambada, the river water entered the market area. With the met department having forecast more thunder showers, the already grave situation may worsen with more landslides as the hillsides have become weak following incessant rain, said the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). In Himachal, five members of a family, including three children, were buried alive early Monday when boulders fell on their house at Chagaon village near Tapri, some 220 km from Shimla, Superintendent of Police G. Shiva Kumar said over phone. The public works department (PWD) of Uttarakhand has confirmed "serious damage" to 450 roads in the state. Regional Met director of Uttarakhand Anand Sharma said the situation might slightly improve from Tuesday evening onwards as the rains are likely to subside. Several trains, including Sriganganagar Express, Hemkund Express and Janshatabdi have been cancelled due to flooding of tracks, a railway official said. Several houses collapsed in Sardhana area of Meerut while 18 people were killed in Saharanpur in roof collapse and a car was washed away by rain water. With more rains expected, the situation is likely to worsen in the hill state while flood warnings have been issued in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Ten deaths, including five members of a family, were reported from Himachal Pradesh while 1,500 tourists, mainly from West Bengal, remained stranded in remote Kinnaur district after incessant rainfall triggered landslides. Also stranded was chief minister Virbhadra Singh, who was electioneering for the Mandi parliamentary by-poll slated June 23. In Uttar Pradesh, 15 people were killed in heavy rains and floods in Saharanpur and a flood alert was sounded in several districts as the Ganga, Ghaghra and Sharda are in spate, officials said. The situation in Uttarakhand led to suspension of the annual Kailash Mansarovar yatra owing to the relentless rains and consequent landslides.
27 Aug 2013
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Rains lashed Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, taking up the toll to 58 and leaving over 58,000 people wet and miserable after they got stranded. The met department predicted more rains over the next two days in northern India.Officials continued with the rescue operations in rain-hit areas as the toll in the two states climbed to 58. While 40 perished in the torrential downpour in Uttarakhand, 18 people died in Saharanpur district of UP. Sources say more than 58,000 people are stranded at different places on the route of the Chardham Yatra - Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. The onward trip to Hemkunt Saheb - the sacred pilgrimage for Sikhs - has also been abandoned for now, officials say. At many places while the gushing rivers have washed away roads and caused land slides, flood waters has entered several villages on banks of the Alaknanda river. The Ganga is flowing two metres above the danger mark and an alert has been sounded and people have been asked to desist from bathing in the holy river. Army officials say bases have been made for rescue operations in Bareilly and Sarsawa. Members of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are however unable to move further from Dehradun owing to inclement weather. Fourteen choppers of the Indian Army have also been put on standby for rescue operations. Uttarakhand chief minister Vijay Bahuguna while admitting that the situation was "grave", said that the government was working swiftly to rescue people stranded at different places and providing relief to the flood effected areas. Rescue operations are being carried out in the hill state by the army, para-military Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and disaster management authority. According to information from state officials, the deaths have been reported from Rambada (13), Gaurikund (2), Harshil (1), Vikas Nagar (4), Dhanaulti (1), Dehradun (3), Chamoli (1), Patal Ganga (1) and three deaths in other places. Hundreds of pilgrims enroute to the Char Dham Yatra - Badrinath, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Yamunotri- continued to be trapped between landslides and gushing waters of several rivers which are in spate. Officials informed that more than 5,000 people were stranded in Uttarkashi, 1,000 in Joshimath, 10,000 in Govindghat, more than 10,000 in Badrinath and 6,000 in Ghaghria. The state government has asked officials to barricade the route before Rishikesh and ask pilgrims and tourists to go back. The rains, which began Saturday night, have continued for the past three days. The Met department said the rains in the month of June have since broken an 88-year record. Between Saturday and Sunday, Dehra Dun received 220 mm of rains and by evening, another 220 mm of rains. The worst-hit areas include Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi, where Mandakini river is in spate. In Rambada, the river water entered the market area. With the met department having forecast more thunder showers, the already grave situation may worsen with more landslides as the hillsides have become weak following incessant rain, said the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). In Himachal, five members of a family, including three children, were buried alive early Monday when boulders fell on their house at Chagaon village near Tapri, some 220 km from Shimla, Superintendent of Police G. Shiva Kumar said over phone. The public works department (PWD) of Uttarakhand has confirmed "serious damage" to 450 roads in the state. Regional Met director of Uttarakhand Anand Sharma said the situation might slightly improve from Tuesday evening onwards as the rains are likely to subside. Several trains, including Sriganganagar Express, Hemkund Express and Janshatabdi have been cancelled due to flooding of tracks, a railway official said. Several houses collapsed in Sardhana area of Meerut while 18 people were killed in Saharanpur in roof collapse and a car was washed away by rain water. With more rains expected, the situation is likely to worsen in the hill state while flood warnings have been issued in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Ten deaths, including five members of a family, were reported from Himachal Pradesh while 1,500 tourists, mainly from West Bengal, remained stranded in remote Kinnaur district after incessant rainfall triggered landslides. Also stranded was chief minister Virbhadra Singh, who was electioneering for the Mandi parliamentary by-poll slated June 23. In Uttar Pradesh, 15 people were killed in heavy rains and floods in Saharanpur and a flood alert was sounded in several districts as the Ganga, Ghaghra and Sharda are in spate, officials said. The situation in Uttarakhand led to suspension of the annual Kailash Mansarovar yatra owing to the relentless rains and consequent landslides.
25 Jun 2013
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Rains lashed Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, taking up the toll to 58 and leaving over 58,000 people wet and miserable after they got stranded. The met department predicted more rains over the next two days in northern India.Officials continued with the rescue operations in rain-hit areas as the toll in the two states climbed to 58. While 40 perished in the torrential downpour in Uttarakhand, 18 people died in Saharanpur district of UP. Sources say more than 58,000 people are stranded at different places on the route of the Chardham Yatra - Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. The onward trip to Hemkunt Saheb - the sacred pilgrimage for Sikhs - has also been abandoned for now, officials say. At many places while the gushing rivers have washed away roads and caused land slides, flood waters has entered several villages on banks of the Alaknanda river. The Ganga is flowing two metres above the danger mark and an alert has been sounded and people have been asked to desist from bathing in the holy river. Army officials say bases have been made for rescue operations in Bareilly and Sarsawa. Members of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are however unable to move further from Dehradun owing to inclement weather. Fourteen choppers of the Indian Army have also been put on standby for rescue operations. Uttarakhand chief minister Vijay Bahuguna while admitting that the situation was "grave", said that the government was working swiftly to rescue people stranded at different places and providing relief to the flood effected areas. Rescue operations are being carried out in the hill state by the army, para-military Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and disaster management authority. According to information from state officials, the deaths have been reported from Rambada (13), Gaurikund (2), Harshil (1), Vikas Nagar (4), Dhanaulti (1), Dehradun (3), Chamoli (1), Patal Ganga (1) and three deaths in other places. Hundreds of pilgrims enroute to the Char Dham Yatra - Badrinath, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Yamunotri- continued to be trapped between landslides and gushing waters of several rivers which are in spate. Officials informed that more than 5,000 people were stranded in Uttarkashi, 1,000 in Joshimath, 10,000 in Govindghat, more than 10,000 in Badrinath and 6,000 in Ghaghria. The state government has asked officials to barricade the route before Rishikesh and ask pilgrims and tourists to go back. The rains, which began Saturday night, have continued for the past three days. The Met department said the rains in the month of June have since broken an 88-year record. Between Saturday and Sunday, Dehra Dun received 220 mm of rains and by evening, another 220 mm of rains. The worst-hit areas include Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi, where Mandakini river is in spate. In Rambada, the river water entered the market area. With the met department having forecast more thunder showers, the already grave situation may worsen with more landslides as the hillsides have become weak following incessant rain, said the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). In Himachal, five members of a family, including three children, were buried alive early Monday when boulders fell on their house at Chagaon village near Tapri, some 220 km from Shimla, Superintendent of Police G. Shiva Kumar said over phone. The public works department (PWD) of Uttarakhand has confirmed "serious damage" to 450 roads in the state. Regional Met director of Uttarakhand Anand Sharma said the situation might slightly improve from Tuesday evening onwards as the rains are likely to subside. Several trains, including Sriganganagar Express, Hemkund Express and Janshatabdi have been cancelled due to flooding of tracks, a railway official said. Several houses collapsed in Sardhana area of Meerut while 18 people were killed in Saharanpur in roof collapse and a car was washed away by rain water. With more rains expected, the situation is likely to worsen in the hill state while flood warnings have been issued in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Ten deaths, including five members of a family, were reported from Himachal Pradesh while 1,500 tourists, mainly from West Bengal, remained stranded in remote Kinnaur district after incessant rainfall triggered landslides. Also stranded was chief minister Virbhadra Singh, who was electioneering for the Mandi parliamentary by-poll slated June 23. In Uttar Pradesh, 15 people were killed in heavy rains and floods in Saharanpur and a flood alert was sounded in several districts as the Ganga, Ghaghra and Sharda are in spate, officials said. The situation in Uttarakhand led to suspension of the annual Kailash Mansarovar yatra owing to the relentless rains and consequent landslides.
26 Aug 2013
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17 Jun 2010
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Tiger the most powerful, largest, and strongest big cat there is. Even afo will tell you the lions a weaker and less powerful cat. Every person on earth will tell you that. It's not close either. A lions has about 1/2 half the brute strength a tiger has. An in a fight, fair, not fixed one on on fight, the tiger will likely flip the lion on it's back secure a throat bite, and that's the end of the fight. Strength is nothing to talk about, The tigers the largest strongest, most powerful big cat, by a land slide.
7 Mar 2010
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A compination of two Performances for back to you (one with Emanuelle Seigner). DOWNLOAD from Here: http://rapidshare.com/files/248194348/back2u.rar lyrics: You flick your mane and click your fingers again And draw me back, you call my name And like a fool, I run right back to you And dance along to your latest tune And when the lands slides And when the planets die That's when I come back, when I come back to you And when the sun cools And when the stars fall That's when I come back, when I come back to you You roll those eyes and trap my hand in your thighs It's slavery but in disguise 'Cos like a fool, I come right back to you There's nothing else that I can do And when the pigs fly And when the planets die That's when I come back, when I come back to you And when the sun cools And when the stars fall That's when I come back, when I come back to you And when the lands slides And when the planets die That's when I come back, when I come back to you And when the sun cools And when the stars fall That's when I come back, when I come back to you And when the war machines Rust eternally That's when I come back, when I come back to you And when your heart bleeds For a love that's dead like me That's when I come back, when I come back to you...
30 Oct 2009
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Obama President Elect 2008. Obama Wins Election by land slide! Speech in Grand Park, Chicago, IL. This video blongs to MSNBC and ITN. All rights are reserved!
18 Feb 2009
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Once a dominate force in boxing with such major names as Chavez, Carbajal, Gonzales, Barrera, and Morales. Mexican boxing in the past year has lost it's grip of it's boxing supremecy. In the wake of the land slide victory of Manny 'Pac-Man' Pacquiao over 'The Golden Boy' Oscar De La Hoya in 2008, even Mexican American boxing is no longer what it used to be. This past year we saw many of Mexico's sons beaten, beaten up, and defeated. Begining in January with the total destruction of Antonio Margarito in front of a sold out Staples Center in Los Angeles by future hall of famer Shane Mosley. Other notable losses by Mexican or boxers of Mexican heritage this year include Jorge Arce, Alfredo Angulo, Chris Arreola, Edgar Sosa, Victor Ortiz, Marco Antonio Barrera, Juan Diaz, Ulises Solis, and Juan Manuel Marquez. It begs the question: Is Mexican boxing dead? Well inbetween the KO'd pile of Mexican boxers THREE young athletes amerged. All three from distinct parts of the country of Mexico, all three very young, all three with the Mexican heart, and fighting spirit that once send chills down their opponents spine's. And with one who at the tender age of 19 is already being called the next 'Chazez'. These are the Three Mexican boxers to follow in 2010.
7 Jan 2010
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20 May 2010
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