Tom sets up a rendezvous with this family because things "have changed."
Hurricane Sandy is churning its way up the East Coast, and is expected to rendezvous with a wintry storm from the west. CBS News hurricane consultant David Bernard breaks down where and when Sandy will make landfall.
While in Berlin, Ziva and DiNozzo rendezvous with an old friend.
La Moglie In Vacanza... l'Amante In Città (aka The wife on holiday ... The Daytrippers / The wife on holiday ... the lover in the city) is a film of 1980 directed by Sergio Martino.
Andrea Damiani sends his wife Valeria off on a skiing holiday so he can spend time with his demanding mistress, Giulia. Little does he suspect that Valeria is having a rendezvous with a Count she recently met. However, Valeria does not know that 'Count' Giovanni is really just a manager's assistant, namely, Andrea's.
Cast and characters
Renzo Montagnani : Andrea Damiani
Edwige Fenech : Giulia
Tullio Solenghi : John La Carretta
Lino Banfi : Peppino
Barbara Bouchet : Valeria
Marisa Merlini : mother-in-law of Andrea
Goofy Santonastaso : Emilio Casadei
Renzo Ozzano : Vasha Milova
Jacques Stany : Toni, the man at the inn
Maria Teresa Ruta : nurse
The clip ryback-saves-some-sailors from Under Siege (1992) with Steven Seagal, Sandy Ward. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
You see this? These are cut everywhere.
What is it?
They're for a railing system to offload the missiles onto a ship or a sub...
...they'll rendezvous with.
That's Morse code.
What're they saying?
"Get me the fuck out of here. "
Get away from the hatch!
Guard the door. Shoot anyone who comes through.
Is this all of you?
Six of us got trapped. What's happening?
We got a problem. Who's this?
Calaway, Gunner's mate, 2nd class, '44, '46.
This is Jordan. She's a casualty of the situation I'll brief you on.
Nice to see you. You too, Case.
Granger, you take this.
Get your tools. We've got work to do.
We're jumping into a shit storm here.
An entire Miami-Dade Police squad in Kendall has been disciplined after officers were caught out kissing girlfriends, shopping and drinking coffee while ignoring emergency calls including attending to an unconscious five-month-old baby.
One sergeant and two officers have been sacked for dereliction of duty, while three others have been suspended without pay.
The embarrassing incidents, which were caught by Internal Affairs in 2010, are considered one of the worst incidents of delinquency in the department's history.
The officers were followed and caught on surveillance video reports Miami CBS Local.
Investigators used tracking devices on the officers' cars to follow their movements.
One of the most disturbing cases was when one officer, Dario Socarras, was filmed drinking coffee for nine minutes while allegedly ignoring emergency dispatch orders on a call for an unconscious five-month-old baby.
He was also reportedly seen twice ignoring armed robbery and residential burglary calls so he could meet his girlfriend - video shows the pair kissing and cuddling as other officers were forced to respond to the emergency calls for help.
Other criticisms include not immediately responding to a call where a five-year-old child was locked inside a vehicle and investigators allege that Huerta would claim to be tied up on a call, such as a traffic accident, when in fact he was free to respond to calls the dispatcher had waiting.
His supervisor, Sgt. Jennifer Gonzalez, was also recorded ignoring her duties as one video shows her shopping while on duty at stores like Target and Lowes.
She was even seen being helped by a store assistant to load her purchases into a squad car.
Her issues include her brushing off work to rendezvous with her boyfriend, and visiting her parents in Cutler Ridge, far away from her patch, when she should have been on the job, according to CBS.
Five officers and Sgt. Gonzalez were allegedly caught ignoring dispatch calls, according to media reports.
NBC6 confirms Socarras, Gonzalez, and Officer Jose Huerta have been fired, according to MDPD internal affairs documents, and others have been disciplined.
The officers were finally disciplined in September 2012.
NASA and Orbital Sciences Corp. launched a Cygnus cargo ship on top of an Antares rocket to send supplies to the International Space Station. This is a high-stakes test flight for Orbital to prove that the cargo ship can execute an autonomous rendezvous with the space station.
Buzz: According to my navi-computer, the...
Woody: [quietly] Shut up! Just shut up, you idiot!
Buzz: Sheriff, this is no time to panic!
Woody: This is the perfect time to panic! I'm lost, Andy is gone, they're gonna move to their new house in 2 days, and it's all your fault!
Buzz: My fault?! If you hadn't pushed me out of the window in the first place...
Woody: Oh, yeah?! Well, if you hadn't shown up inside your stupid little cardboard spaceship and taken away everything that was important to me...
Buzz: Don't talk to me about importance! Because of you, the security of this entire universe is in jeopardy!
Woody: WHAT?!! What are you talkin' about?!
Buzz: Right now, poised at the edge of the galaxy, Emperor Zurg has been secretly building a weapon with the destructive capacity to annihilate an entire planet! I alone have information that reveals his weapon's only weakness. And you, my friend, are responsible for delaying my rendezvous with Star Command!
Woody: YOU... ARE... A... TOY!!! You're aren't the real Buzz Lightyear! You're a-- Aw, you're an action figure! You are a child's plaything!
Buzz: You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity. Farewell. [exits]
Woody: Oh, yeah? Well, good riddance, ya loony! [sarcastically] "Rendezvous with Star Command."
When NASA's Juno spacecraft flew past Earth on Oct. 9, 2013, it received a boost in speed of more than 8,800 mph (about 7.3 kilometer per second), which set it on course for a July 4, 2016, rendezvous with Jupiter.
One of Juno's sensors, a special kind of camera optimized to track faint stars, also had a unique view of the Earth-moon system. The result was an intriguing, low-resolution glimpse of what our world would look like to a visitor from afar.
The cameras that took the images for the movie are located near the pointed tip of one of the spacecraft's three solar-array arms. They are part of Juno's Magnetic Field Investigation (MAG) and are normally used to determine the orientation of the magnetic sensors. These cameras look away from the sunlit side of the solar array, so as the spacecraft approached, the system's four cameras pointed toward Earth. Earth and the moon came into view when Juno was about 600,000 miles (966,000 kilometers) away -- about three times the Earth-moon separation.
During the flyby, timing was everything. Juno was traveling about twice as fast as a typical satellite, and the spacecraft itself was spinning at 2 rpm. To assemble a movie that wouldn't make viewers dizzy, the star tracker had to capture a frame each time the camera was facing Earth at exactly the right instant. The frames were sent to Earth, where they were processed into video format.
The music accompaniment is an original score by Vangelis.
A bull makes funny faces at the camera, and tries to drive away the flies, shortly before it plots a rendezvous with a receptive cow. All this happens in a rural village in New Delhi!
A bull is an intac adult male of the species Bos taurus . More muscular and aggressive than the female of the species, the cow, the bull has long been an important symbol in many cultures, and plays a significant role in both beef and dairy farming, and in a variety of other cultural activities.
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A Russian Soyuz rocket boosts the Progress M-22M/p-54 spacecraft on its way to a four-orbit rendezvous with the International Space Station. The supply ship is loaded with 2.8 tons of equipment and supplies.
Movie: Man, Woman & The Wall
Director: Masashi Yamamoto
Writer: Masashi Yamamoto
Producer: Eiten Ishige
Release Date: February 10, 2007
Runtime: 84 min.
Ryou, who has just settled into her apartment, becomes intrigued when the room next door reveals a female voice. The phone rings...the shower runs...then gasping... From what is exposed from the thin walls, "Neighbor Girl" reveals an unparalleled lifestyle to those who haven't watched it. Ryou, who is prone to sickness, assumes that her neighbor is in the midst of a rendezvous with her lover. However, her neighbor Satsuki becomes increasingly worried with the daily hone threats she receives. "I'm going to mess you up..."
Without fully understanding what is demanded of her, the unseen threats become a source of continued terror for Satsuki. As Ryou becomes closer to Satsuki, this behavior gradually starts to escalate. Only a thin wall separates the offender and his victim; boundaries are trespassed and each vignette complicates as they meet. The worst course of action develops as they start their rendezvous.
Sora Aoi - Satsuki
Keita Ohno - Ryo
Hiroto Kato - Yuta
Takashi Oda - Hide
Sho Noshino - Imaginary Satsuki