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Mark Quatrale, co-proprietor of Las Vegas-based Innovative Hair Replacements for men and women, discusses 2008 goals.
21 Mar 2008
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Political satirist Mark Warzecha is a guest on today's episode of The Ointment.
19 Mar 2008
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In this screencast, Tubemogul's very own Mark Rotblat explains to us how to export your data on the web
20 Mar 2008
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Warhammer Mark Of Chaos. Game Intro.
9 Feb 2009
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Catch of the season: Mark Wagh of Nottinghamshire uses some fancy footwork to take an incredible boundary catch in the Pro40 League match against Warwickshire at Edgbaston, 24th July 2007.
24 Mar 2008
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Mark Bradford builds giant, robotic, eight-legged, hydraulic, animals, then he takes them out for a ride....in the worlds largest art car parade. Mark is one of the truly original people that make America's 4th largest city so very unique. Produced by: The Greater Houston Convention and Visitor's Bureau Executive Producers: Holly Clapham Rosenow, Lindsey Brown, Laurette Canizares, Katy Huggins Production Company: Zenfilm Producer: Merideth Melville Director: W. Ross Wells Cinematographer: Rich Lacy, W. Ross Wells Designer, Motion Graphics: Luis Clavell Key Grip: David Zenteno Best Boy: Mike Turrin Make-Up: Darcie Teasley Art Car Footage: Eric Kolflat Video Post Facility: Zenfilm Editor: W. Ross Wells Audio Post Facility: Sugar Hill Recording Studios Sound Designer: James Garlington Cameras and Lens Systems: Panavision Houston Lighting and Griip: MC Lighting and Production Services
5 May 2009
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The fashion stylings of Mark Zunino and the musical stylings of Maroon 5 pave the way for the Cadillac CTS, Pontiac Solstice and the Chevy Camaro at GM Style.
24 Mar 2008
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*******www.microglobe****** Hear from the Canon Inc. development team behind the new EOS-1D Mark III. This video contains interview excerpts from Canon development managers as well as in-depth information on the new features found in the EOS-1D Mark III. Canon's flagship EOS-1D Mark III is the most advanced EOS Digital SLR ever produced. It has a new 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor (APS-H size) with Canon's EOS Integrated Cleaning System and a 3.0-inch LCD monitor with Canon's Live View technology. The 1D Mark III has a redesigned 100% viewfinder, a new 45-point AF system, and can shoot up to 10 fps continuously with a maximum burst of 110 shots. Dual "DIGIC III" Image Processors work in tandem to speed up every process while refining image quality; a new, lighter body has improved weather sealing and shutter durability. Every facet of the EOS experience has been enhanced with the 1D Mark III. It's the new standard.
11 Jul 2009
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please visit *******www.screencastcentral/ for higher quality screencasts and more from Tubeomgul's Mark Rotblat! Here, Mark shows up how to upload and launch a video onto the site and how to distribute them to the various free video hosting sites.
28 Mar 2008
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Here I show you my see thru card skills. Just kidding, these are marked cards, I marked them myself. Very useful in every single cardgame, but not so nice to your friends. It IS actually fun to do some magic trics with. Please if you are interested contact me: robinstokkelgmail**** I will make tutorial video if there are requests! Thanks
5 Jul 2008
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simple bus tyre marks animation.
3 Apr 2008
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Described by The Washington Post as "the most powerful man in Washington you've never heard of," Mark J. Penn is the worldwide CEO of Burson-Marsteller. He was pollster to President Clinton and is adviser to Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, numerous corporations, and 25 foreign heads of state, including Colombia. Hillary Rodham Clinton's chief strategist, Mark Penn, apologized for meeting with Colombian officials pushing a free trade agreement that the presidential candidate opposes. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the strategist, Mark Penn, met Monday with Colombia's ambassador to the United States. Clinton advisers said Penn's meetings were not connected to the campaign, but part of his job as chief executive of the lobbying and public relations firm Burson-Marsteller Worldwide. But a Clinton adviser said the candidate was not happy to learn about the meeting, and Penn issued a statement expressing regrets. "The meeting was an error in judgment that will not be repeated and I am sorry for it," Penn said in a written statement. "The senator's well-known opposition to this trade deal is clear and was not discussed." Clinton spokesman Phil Singer said the candidate has not discussed the Colombian deal with Penn. "Senator Clinton's opposition to the Colombian Trade Deal is clear and she will be voting against it," Singer said. The Colombian government is trying to secure congressional passage of the agreement signed in 2006 by Colombian President Alvaro Uribe and the Bush administration. According to Justice Department filings, Colombia agreed last year to pay Burson-Marsteller $300,000 to help "educate members of the U.S. Congress and other audiences" about the trade deal and secure continued U.S. funding for the $5 billion anti-narcotics program Plan Colombia. Clinton told the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO that the United States needs new trade policies before it has new trade deals. "That includes no trade deal with Colombia" she said. Penn's political consulting firm, Penn, Schoen & Berland, has been paid $10.8 million so far by Clinton's campaign.
12 Apr 2008
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