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1/16 Expect Opposition (Nehemiah 2:10,19; 4:7-8) Whenever you answer the call of God to further His work, expect that there will be people around you that are not happy about it and they have no problems letting you know. The encouraging word and video devotional with Minister Jeff Fannell. For more visit www.ongoodground.org
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Jim Carrey's "new" comedy is about a guy who has to say the opposite of the truth! It's as funny as it was fifteen years ago!
IM Shankland takes a look at a very instructive endgame, with bishops of opposite color, one extra pawn, and a couple rooks on the board. You will learn about rook trades, what color square to put the pawns on, and many other important elements of technique.
Full video available at http://www.Chess.com/videos
LuvBuzd 086: Some of us have close friends of the opposite sex.This can sometimes be a little difficult to negotiate when you're dating someone. Today we look at some strategies to keep the peace between one's mate & their opposite-sex friends. LuvBuzd.TV
LuvBuzd 089: Some believe 'opposites attract' while others think "birds of a feather" fare better in relationships. Today we look at some of the science behind 'opposite' vs. 'similar' couples. LuvBuzd.TV
www.lovinglightastrologer.com When Mars and Venus are opposite astrologers get lots of questions about relationships. Mars in Leo opposite Venus in Aquarius creates the need for attention and freedom.
Syracuse University has added opposite-gender housing as an option for on-campus living. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Although common knowledge tells us that Opposite Colored Bishop "endings" increase the drawing chances for the defender, as we are reminded from this video lecture by GM Khachiyan, in the "middlegame" those same bishops can prove to be "doubled edged" friends indeed... Let Karpov show us how it's done, as he takes down Kasparov in a game from their WCH match of 1985!
Full video available at http://www.Chess.com/videos
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Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Proven strategies?
If your child displays all or some the following misbehaviors frequently, you may consider this as ODD:
* Get angry frequently.
* Talk back to adults.
* Openly disobey instructions.
* Thwart rules.
* Intentionally bother others.
* Refuse to take responsibility for their actions.
* Are quick to anger.
* Tend to be resentful, cruel, or malicious.
* Speak harshly.
* Seek revenge.
* Have temper tantrums often.
The best way to treat a child with ODD is carrot and stick policy: Use consistent approach to discipline and following through with positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviors.
1. Develop consistent behavior:
Ensure that discipline is enforced consistently both at home and in school.
Apply consequences immediately that condition your child.
Provide timeout to allow your child to cool down.
2. Praise for appropriate behavior:
Give praise for appropriate behavior.
Always provide timely feedback specific improvements.
Provide a positive and encouraging classroom environment.
3. Model the behavior that you expect from your child:
Learn ways to calm yourself.
Take time for yourself.
Develop outside interests and spend some time away from your child to restore your energy.
Be forgiving always and Start each day with a fresh outlook and a clean slate.
4. Engage the child in some activity always:
Assign your child a household chore which your child likes most.
Encourage outdoor activities including games and sports.
Set up a routine for all the daily essential activities.
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Iranian lawmakers are calling for the deaths of two opposition leaders, whom they blame for recent unrest in Tehran. Lawmakers chanted “death to Mousavi, death to Karroubi” -- 222 lawmakers later signed a statement calling them “corrupts on earth,” a death penalty charge for dissidents in Iran.
Wanna know what the fuss is all about? CTV says, protests -- all across the Middle East -- have spilled into the streets of Tehran.
"Thousands and thousands of people came to the streets of Tehran and 11 other cities...and there were clashes, one demonstrator was killed by security forces and 60 to 70 were injured, and there were hundreds of arrests."
The government is blaming the two leaders for the unrest. And the Iranian government says, the U.S. and Israel also share the blame. Israel’s YnetNews quotes Iranian Parliament chairman Ali Larijani.
"How did the gentlemen (Mousavi and Karroubi)... fall into the orchestrated trap of America? Should they not have been cautious given the support, pleasure and joy of America and Israel…?”
An Iranian lawmaker tells semi-official news agency Fars News the Western plot is destined to fail.
“The Iranophobia policy is an old and failed weapon which has yielded no result despite the huge investment made in this project by the world arrogant powers during the last three decades.”
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tells CBS News, the Iranian regime is hypocritical for praising unrest in Egypt, and condemning it at home.
HILLARY CLINTON: “What we see happening in Iran today is a testament to the courage of the Iranian people, and an indictment of the hypocrisy of the Iranian regime - a regime which over the last three weeks has constantly hailed what went on in Egypt.”
CNN echoes, saying it’s not the first time the Iranian government tried to blame. The West for its own problem, referring to previous protests in 2009.
ANDERSON COOPER: "…peaceful protests were met by government forces uniformed in plain clothes and sometimes by government supporters chanting “death to Israel, death to America. We’ve seen these tactics before trying to deflect attention onto foreign enemies, trying to spread the notion that outside forces were the problem, Iranian regime telling the same lies Mubarak told as well, trying to shift the blame, dodging accountability.”
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Libya’s embattled leader has called for a ceasefire--again. In his speech Saturday, Muammar Gaddafi called military intervention by NATO a massacre. London’s UnitedJournalist has more.
“Previous offers of ceasefires have either not been implemented, or have quickly been broken. In a TV speech, Gaddafi said he would not be forced from Libya--a key condition of the rebels leading the revolt.”
In Gaddafi’s 80-minute speech, he says Libyans loyal to him were the first to accept a ceasefire--and that he is more sacred to his people than Japan’s emperor is to his.
GADDAFI: “Have NATO forces, the crusaders, stopped their airstirkes--what will it take to stop them? Do Al Qaeda heretics believe in ceasefires? Do they believe in international laws? No, and they never will.” (Video Source: France 24)
...and as Al Arabiya News reports, maybe it was bitter irony that as Gaddafi spoke--NATO warplanes flew close overhead.
“Even as he spoke, NATO warplanes hit three targets close to the television building in Tripoli in what state media said was an attempt to kill the colonel who has ruled Libya for 41 years.”
CCTV reports Gaddafi says he is willing to negotiate--even though the Libyan leader’s son is saying otherwise.
“Muammar Gaddafi says he is still prepared to enter a ceasefire but that it must involve all sides. Gaddafi made his comments in a televised address to the nation. He said any Libyan ceasefire must not involve only his own forces fighting rebels. Earlier on Friday, Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam said that Libya would never surrender.”
...but Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin also seems to have a bone to pick with NATO. RT says the leader lashed out...
“Who gave coalition forces in Libya the right to eliminate Gaddafi? Well that’s the question Vladimir Putin has been asking during an official visit to Denmark. The Russian prime minister also said NATO’s effectively joined one of the warring sides in the conflict--and more responsible action should be taken instead.”
Al Jazeera reports Gaddafi’s opposition says it’s just too late for any sort of negotiations -- and along with NATO, rejected his call for a ceasefire.
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Bangladesh police verbally abuse with offensive language and mercilessly beat up Member of Parliament (MP) & Opposition Chief Whip in Parliament and some female MPs in front of the Parliament House and residence of MPs during a general strike at Dhaka on July 06, 2011