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This is a behind-the-scenes clip from the making of an AKC/EUKANUBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP promo spot. The Planet's Greatest Dog Show Broadcasts LIVE from California Saturday and Sunday, December 2 and 3, at 8 PM (ET) on Animal Planet. On December 2 and 3, more than 150 breeds of the world’s most competitive and coiffed canines compete for the “National Champion” title at the sixth annual AKC/EUKANUBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP in Long Beach, Calif. These four-footed stars prance around the ring, exuding enthusiasm and sheer anticipation when the winner is announced. Live for the third consecutive year, Animal Planet broadcasts this renowned international event, which returns to the Long Beach Convention Center after its two-year run in Tampa, Fla. The televised event, beginning at 8 PM (ET) on both nights, is hosted by former Entertainment Tonight personalities Bob Goen and Leanza Cornett and is simulcast on the Discovery Channel.
1 Dec 2006
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A pleasure of delicious French & Spanish cuisine in a romantic & breath taking atmosphere. Palacio means palace in Latin. The restaurant is ideally located in the heart of the city centre at Asian Heritage Row. Monsieur Olivier Jauze first came to Malaysia two years ago with a dream of introducing authentic Southern French and Spanish cuisine to Malaysian palettes within their reach with reasonable pricing as most French restaurants in KL are highly priced.
11 Dec 2006
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Can't think fo what to write here...which is appropriate, I guess. Apparently my two-year old daughter can write better than me. Just watch. An Interchangeable Zea Short Movie.
18 Dec 2006
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My son at two years old
26 Dec 2006
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Two-year-old Zoe tries to give daddy a scare until she realizes he has the camera in his hands and then gives him the obligatory "CHEESE."
2 Jan 2007
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This person is only two years old! Humans are amazing.
18 Jan 2007
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UNPRECEDENTED ALLIANCE OF HEALTH CARE LEADERS ANNOUNCES HISTORIC AGREEMENT TO HELP REDUCE THE NUMBERS OF AMERICA'S UNINSURED Proposal includes balanced approach to expand health care coverage, starting with children Diverse organizations that have often opposed each other on federal health policies forge consensus, vow to work together for immediate congressional action Washington, D.C. - Most of the nation's largest health care organizations today announced that they have agreed on a proposal that would significantly expand health coverage for America's almost 47 million uninsured, starting immediately with expanded coverage for children in 2007. Calling itself the Health Coverage Coalition for the Uninsured (HCCU), the group is made up of 16 influential, national organizations that have played leading roles in every federal health policy debate of the last 30 years, often on opposing sides. Despite their divergent political and ideological views, the groups today committed to immediately and jointly press lawmakers to act on their historic, two-phased consensus proposal. The agreement includes a balance of private and public initiatives and is the culmination of lengthy meetings among the groups over approximately two years. It allows the new Congress to begin its work on health coverage from a proposal that already has the agreement of diverse advocates. "This historic agreement transcends traditional political and ideological boundaries to break the gridlock about expanded health coverage for the uninsured," said Ron Pollack, executive director, Families USA. "Our unprecedented agreement and coalition should serve as a model for Congress and the President to see that health coverage is expanded to as many people as possible as quickly as possible - starting with America's children this year." HCCU participating organizations include AARP, American Academy of Family Physicians, American Hospital Association, American Medical Association, American Public Health Association, America's Health Insurance Plans, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Catholic Health Association, Families USA, Federation of American Hospitals, Healthcare Leadership Council, Johnson & Johnson, Kaiser Permanente, Pfizer Inc., United Health Foundation and U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "Reaching consensus is a long and sometimes difficult process, but every participating group put the interests of America's uninsured first - even when doing so meant walking away from certain long-held positions," said Scott P. Serota, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association president and CEO. "With such divergent political ideologies, it is unprecedented for these groups to have a joint agreement. Helping the millions of Americans who do not have health insurance is an issue that needs to transcend politics and partisanship, and that is why we worked together to give Congress a starting point that we can all support." With Congress scheduled to consider the reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) in the coming months, the proposal could have an immediate impact. Its first phase is a "Kids First Initiative" to allow parents to more easily enroll their children in public programs, like SCHIP and Medicaid. It calls for a "one-stop shopping" system whereby low-income families could enroll uninsured children in SCHIP or Medicaid at the same time as they apply for other public programs, like reduced-cost lunches or food stamps. The proposal would provide states with the additional funds needed to enroll eligible children. HCCU members believe this could help up to six million uninsured children who are eligible for, but not enrolled in, public insurance programs. The proposal also calls for a new tax credit to help families cover some of the cost of providing private health insurance for their children. Eligible families could earn up to three times the federal poverty level (about $60,000 annually for a family of four). The tax credits would be refundable and advanceable. The HCCU organizations also propose a competitive grant program to enable states to experiment with new, innovative approaches to expand health coverage. The second phase of the coalition's proposal focuses on uninsured adults. It would give states the flexibility and funds to expand Medicaid eligibility to cover all adults with incomes below the federal poverty level, millions of whom are currently ineligible for public coverage. For those with higher incomes between 100 and 300 percent of the federal poverty level, a refundable, advanceable tax credit would be established to help individuals cover the costs of private insurance. Census figures show more than one in seven Americans were uninsured in 2005. Studies show the uninsured are often unable to receive the primary and preventive care that they need. The Institute of Medicine estimates approximately 18,000 people die each year from diseases that would have been treatable or preventable if they had health coverage. A number of other organizations worked closely with the coalition throughout its deliberation process, including the Heritage Foundation, National Association of Counties, National Conference of State Legislatures, National Governors Association and Project HOPE. The HCCU Consensus-Building process was organized and conducted as a project of Search for Common Ground-U.S. Consensus Council, in partnership with the Meridian Institute. The organizations fashioned a unique approach for bringing diverse organizations together on public policy issues. The Economic and Social Research Institute and the Lewin Group provided research and analytical support. Funding for the coalition's work was provided by the participating organizations, with additional support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Ascension Health, the Rapoport Foundation, The Colorado Health Foundation and The California Endowment. The HCCU consensus agreement, as well as additional information about HCCU is available at www***alitionfortheuninsured****.
19 Jan 2007
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Sheepy Dance Have a laugh at a dancing sheep. Sheepy Dance. A crazy dancing sheep to make you laugh. (Two years of training) Logon for A crazy dancing sheep and other jokes. See if you can round them up. Made using Instant Video Suite. *******www.acomputerportal****/instantvideosuite/index.html Finalised in Movie Maker
24 Jan 2007
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Multimedia graphical novel made within the framework of our studies (DUT SRC, which is a two-year French diploma in technical college). French: Roman photo réalisé dans le cadre d'un projet multimédia, en DUT Services et Réseaux de Communication. By Cécile Da Cruz, Anouk Pitat, et Hans Lemuet. The project's website : *******sigh.t.spone**** ------ About the soundtrack : - Contents some extracts from "Inside my dreams" by Saelynh (distributed under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND License - used with the artist's permission) Listen and download this album on Jamendo : *******www.jamendo****/en/album/1193/ - Contents an extract from "Delirium Cordia" by Fantômas (all rights reserved - with the permission of Ipecac Recordings) You can find the complete soundtrack references on the project's website.
1 Feb 2007
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USA by birth and southern metal by the grace of God, the latest incarnation of Right of Center has been steamrolling the Los Angeles area for over two years. Blending hard and driving riffs, a punctuating rhythm section and searing vocals, ROC makes your ears bleed, but it feels Corrosion of Conformity, Clutch, Soundgarden, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Black Sabbath, Alice In Chains, Pantera, Ted Nugent, Aerosmith (70s version), Anthrax, The Cult
1 Feb 2007
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My Son working hard at two years old, I can't stop him :)
4 Feb 2007
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Federico joined team FS not too long ago, and improved immensely in just two years. This is his first sampler.
12 Feb 2007
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two year old ryan dancing with his own move
6 Mar 2007
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Two year old Emma has an aggressive and rare form of childhood cancer. There is an appeal under way to help raise the money that would give her the chance to have treatment in the USA, treatment that doctors in the UK cannot prescribe. There is a high sucess rate with this form of treatment in the USA, so please watch this video and tell your friends. Every click you make will help.
15 Mar 2007
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Jason has been locked up behind bars for the past two years and now that he is being released, he must go back to the town and people that put him there and face the life that he has been trying to forget. Jason is a lifetime criminal who was caught up in the darkside of life, but now he has a chance to change everything, that is if he really wants to.
15 Mar 2007
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A GREAT SONG USING LOTS OF TIME LAPSE FOOTAGE,flowers ,nature OVER TWO YEARS IN THE MAKING . there are two version,of this song, mine. and one my little daughter is singing in this demo when i get her to the studio i am planning on releasing both on the same DVD .
17 Mar 2007
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