Vaitiare Bandera, who plays Sha're, was actually pregnant with Michael Shanks' child during the filming of "Secrets". Following the events in the episode "A Matter of Time", Sally Malcolm would write two books, A Matter of Honor and The Cost of Honor, that detail SG-1's attempts to save SG-10 from the planet. The late Season 2 episode "Serpent's Song" was the first SG-1 episode that was directed by Peter DeLuise. He would go on to direct more episodes than any other director involved with the series, even passing Martin Wood, who began directing in Season 1. "Out Of Mind" was the second time a clip show has been used, the first being Season 1 episode "Politics".
Rescue operations require a high degree of training and are performed by rescue squads, either independent or part of larger organizations such as fire, police, military, first aid, or ambulance services. In the U.S., they are usually staffed by medically trained personnel as NFPA regulations require it.
Most of the programs in Edu-Ware Service's initial product line, released in 1979 under the slogan "Unique software for the unique mind", were not typical of the intellectually challenging computer games and structured, pedagogically sound educational software for which the company would later become known. Quickly designed and programmed in Applesoft BASIC primarily by co-founder Sherwin Steffin, most of these text-based programs were dropped from Edu-Ware's catalog when the company began developing products featuring high-resolution graphics in 1981.
E.S.P. is a game giving players the opportunity to find out whether they possess extrasensory perception. While displaying a constantly changing graphic design on the screen, the program briefly flashes emotionally charged words, randomly chosen from a word list, on the screen. The program then asks a series of questions to determine if the player's attitudes have been influenced by the subliminal messages. A file-builder is included to allow players to insert new words in the data base.
In 2007, she joined the Fifty State Initiative under the codename Hera. In 2009, after being given her own suit of armor by Tony Stark, she assumes the identity of Rescue, which lasted until the 2012 storyline "The Future".
Virginia "Pepper" Potts first appeared in Tales of Suspense #45 (September 1963), which was written by Stan Lee and illustrated by Don Heck. Though she was named Pepper Potts from the start, Stark addresses her as "Kitty" in one panel, which is thought to be a typo. Heck modeled Potts as Ann B. Davis’ character of Schultzy from The Bob Cummings Show, and is rendered with brown hair done up in a hairdo similar to that of Schultzy's. Someone on the creative team or in editorial came to feel that the resemblance was too great, and in Tales of Suspense #50, Potts' look was altered to give her red hair and a different hairdo. Potts is originally a member of a secretarial pool, and gets her job by fixing an accounting error made by Stark. She is depicted initially as being infatuated with Stark, and rejects the advances of Stark's chauffeur and assistant Happy Hogan, who debuted in the same issue, with acerbic remarks. As Stark's affection for her grows in the ensuing issues, she becomes part of a love triangle between the two men, and eventually falls in love with and marries Hogan, eloping with him in Tales of Suspense #91.
This was a venture years in the making, according to the folks at ColoradoSearch and Rescue, and they say it will help address a list of needs they've had for some time ... public, or non-profit organizations that provide backcountry search and rescue organizations.Evaluate the ...
It would be up to them to find whatever they needed to make it through the week ... I look forward to the day when we got enough permanent supportive housing that we don’t need interim housing.” Ken Craft, Founder and CEO for Hope of the Valley RescueMission, left, and Rowan Vansleve, Hope of the Valley CFO, in Northridge, Dec, 17, 2021.
"We continue to deal with the uncertainties created by the pandemic and still will face many challenges that we’ve had prior to it, but the infusion of AmericanRescuePlan money has given us some budgetary flexibility while allowing us to address other needs as well," Kittrick said.
She’s well cared for, to the point where when Parks said he had always made sure she’s fed before he even thinks about his own needs, you believe him ... Rather than wait, she phoned Debbie Garner, a fellow dog-rescue volunteer, and asked for help ... housing and asked about other needs.
Carbon forests need protection ...Vermont farmers and most farmers need new cash crops ... We need to begin net-negative carbon emission by 2030 or 2035 at least ... The Vermont ClimateCouncil needs help ... Scott and Vermont utilities should now come to the rescue with a profitable plan to ...
"We have already started planning and mobilizing resources needed to protect the Commonwealth," Youngkin said Thursday ... Meanwhile, the state's national guard put personnel and equipment on stand-by to help authorities with high water and rescues of stranded drivers, if needed.
Complaints about veterinary practices have soared by 64 per cent in just two years, a Daily Mail investigation reveals today ... And three of them are private equity firms ... Referral ... Miss Brown is ‘traumatised and unable to move on’ ... Her rescue dog Honey needed five operations, and she was told the first vet, a locum at VetPartners, had made mistakes ... .
7, and hiked toward his last known location along with the AZDPS’s rescue helicopter searching from the air. The hiker was located and needed to be extracted, but the AZDPS’s rescue helicopter could not land due to the high winds and tall trees in the area. The CCSOSAR needed a helicopter with a rescue hoist.
“Tugger is a special needs rescue dog whom we have grown to love and has become part of the family ... Tugger needs surgery to live, and it comes with a hefty price tag ... “He came to our family in rescue and not being able to give him the treatment he needs to survive is completely heartbreaking.
From 2014-2018, Terry also served as a board member for Colorado SpringsFoodRescue, now Food to Power — and he recognized how residents of Southeast Colorado Springs regularly struggled with food and childcare difficulties ... Colorado Springs Food Rescue took that food to different nonprofits that were feeding people in need.