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.
The new dedicated rescue process for small companies, that makes restructuring faster, cheaper and more efficient, launches from today ... It can be initiated by companies themselves and can be commenced by the directors without the need for court approval.
The TimesNewsRescue Fund has received $4,230 in donations, bringing the total to $20,045. Contributions to the Rescue Fund are used to provide food boxes or grocery gift cards for those in need ... Donations to the Rescue Fund may also be made in memory of a loved one.
The health department is looking at ways in which it can utilize AmericanRescuePlanAct funds to address community violence, she said ... That liaison position can come from American Rescue Plan Act funds, she said ... The rescue plan funds are not provided indefinitely, so any updated plans will need to include ways to sustain them, Browning said.
All the dogs were rescued in September from a research facility in Texas... Owing to their time in laboratories, they also have a diverse range of medical needs ... He’s been an animal lover all his life, but says working professionally with rescues has taught him to listen to animals more carefully, and communicate more deliberately.
Bakery and cafe treats that would otherwise go to waste are being rescued and given to charities that help feed those in need in Queenstown... She said more people needed help putting food on the table and in their kids lunchboxes since the nationwide lockdown.
Even as we took decisive action through the AmericanRescuePlan (ARP) to address schools’ needs, many schools are still experiencing shortages of critical staff, like teachers, paraeducators, school bus drivers, substitutes, mental health professionals, and nurses ... We need more ...
TimesNewsRescue Fund surpasses $15,000. The Times News Rescue Fund has received $12,005 in donations, bringing the total to $15,815. Contributions to the Rescue Fund are used to provide food boxes or grocery gift cards for those in need ... Donations to the Rescue Fund may also be made in memory of a loved one.
... or possibly more, from the AmericanRescuePlan (ARP) on a youth detention center to hold 40 beds. The funds from the American Rescue Plan were to be used to help with rent, mortgage payments, health care needs.
While spending jumps nearly 11%, that number is skewed slightly because $8.7 million of the $20.2 spending increase over 2020 consists of funds received in the AmericanRescuePlanAct of 2021, House said. The county administrator said there’s a need for additional investment in a ...
We need more aid funding to help them urgently. Governments, donors and international financial institutions need to ensure an economic rescue package to avert famine," NRCCountry Director in YemenErinHutchinson said.
The Beaver Falls ministry also provides nonperishable items, hygiene products, socks, hats and gloves to those in need ... The group began acquiring from grocery stores, restaurants and schools, then distributed to those in need. Through the rescue, volunteers connected with many food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.
Thousands of people have been displaced and 22 remain missing, according to the disaster mitigation agency ... At least 2,000 homes would need to be relocated to safer areas, he said. Search and rescue efforts continued on Tuesday but have been hampered by wind and rain, and limited equipment in some areas ... – Reuters/AP. .