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" Proofing is the last step in training your dog to do any newbehavior. Learn how to proof behaviors so your dog will be asobedient at the park or a friend's house is he is in your ownliving room. Remember, just because you have reached the finalstages of training, it doesn't mean that behavior problems won'tcrop up. Learn about the most common dog behavior problems and howto deal with them. These guides will help you navigate this part ofthe training process: Proofing Behaviors: Practice...MORE 09 of 10Training Specific Types of Dogs Labrador Retriever Looking atYorkshire Terrier - Dog Breed Contrasts Photo © Compassionate EyeFoundation/Martin Barraud/OJO Images Ltd/Getty Images No two dogsare exactly the same. Many dogs learn differently based on breed,size, age, and history. Find out how to customize your trainingmethods and style to get the best results. How to Train Your AdultDog Small Dog Training Tips Training Labrador Retrievers TrainingPit Bulls Fearful Dogs 10 of 10 Going the Extra Mile: Advanced DogTraining border collie disc dog photo Photo © Barbara Giacobe Onceyour dog has mastered all the basics, you can consider moving on toa more advanced level. These activities will help keep your dogactive, fit and mentally stimulated. Plus, they will helpstrengthen the bond you share with your canine companion. Here aresome ideas for taking dog training to th"

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    October 15, 2018
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Weather App 2.5 APK
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" A major aspect of weather interpretation involves being able tounderstand the actions caused by differences in air pressure. Highpressure implies dry weather and low pressure is usually associatedwith humid air-perhaps precipitating.[1] A high pressure system isan air mass that contains denser air because its air is coolerand/or dryer than the surrounding air. Thus, its heavier air fallsdownward and away from the pressure system's center -like waterbeing poured onto the ground. With high pressure systems, theweather will tend to become clear or clearing. A low pressuresystem is an air mass that has less dense air because its air ismoister and/or warmer. Surrounding air draws inward toward the lowsystem's center as the lighter air balloons upward, often causingclouds or precipitation because that moist air cools as it rises.You see this effect when air's invisible water vapor is forced tocondense into droplets when it contacts the outside of a coldglass). But droplets won't form if the glass is only slightly cool...thus, rising low pressure air will only produce rain if it getsup where the air is cool enough to condense the water vapor intodroplets too heavy to be kept aloft by the rising air. (Clouds aresimply water droplets that are small enough to be kept aloft). Withvery low pressure systems, storms are on the way (if they aren'tthere already) Clouds begin to form and move across the sky-thunderhead clouds forming when moist air is thrust very high.Sometimes tornadoes form when very high pressure air collides withvery warm, moist low pressure air. "
Plant Identification 3.2 APK
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"Taxonomy This is the branch of botany which deals with plantidentification, nomenclature and classification. The term, firstcoined by French botanist A. P. de Candolle (1813). Carl Linnaeusused the term 'Systematics' which now includes identification,nomenclature and evolutionary relationships. Herbarium Mainarticle: Herbarium Reference collections of plant specimens arecollected into herbarium and identified. Most plant parts aredried, pressed, mounted on herbarium sheets and stored; succulentsand some other types of plants are normally kept in alcoholsolution. The sheets are standard size of 16 1⁄2 × 11 1⁄2 inches or41.25 × 28.75 cm. The identified plant ideally includes all partsincluding roots, flowers and fruits, strobili, etc. One of thelargest herbaria in the world is kept at the Royal Botanic Gardens,Kew England and has collected an estimated 7 Million specimens.[3]"
Astronomy 3.2 APK
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" Planetary astronomers (also called planetary scientists) focus onthe growth, evolution, and death of planets. While most study theworlds inside the solar system, some use the growing body ofevidence about planets around other stars to hypothesize what theymight be like. According to the University College London,planetary science ""is a cross-discipline field including aspectsof astronomy, atmospheric science, geology, space physics, biologyand chemistry."" Stellar astronomers turn their eyes to the stars,including the black holes, nebulae, white dwarfs and supernova thatsurvive stellar deaths. The University of California, Los Angeles,says, ""The focus of stellar astronomy is on the physical andchemical processes that occur in the universe."" Solar astronomersspend their time analyzing a single star — our sun. According toNASA, ""The quantity and quality of light from the sun varies ontime scales from milli-seconds to billions of years.""Understanding those changes can help scientists recognize how Earthis affected. The sun also helps us to understand how other starswork, as it is the only star close enough to reveal details aboutits surface. Galactic astronomers study our galaxy, the Milky Way,while extragalactic astronomers peer outside of it to determine howthese collections of stars form, change, and die. The University ofWisconsin-Madison says, ""Establishing patterns in thedistribution, composition, and physical conditions of stars and gastraces the history of our evolving home galaxy."" Cosmologistsfocus on the universe in its entirety, from its violent birth inthe Big Bang to its present evolution, all the way to its eventualdeath. Astronomy is often (not always) about very concrete,observable things, whereas cosmology typically involves large-scaleproperties of the universe and esoteric, invisible and sometimespurely theoretical things like string theory, dark matter and darkenergy, and the notion of multiple universes."
Video Editing 2.5 APK
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"Ten Rules for Video Editing 10 Rules for Video Editors This listis based on a similar series of concepts that I picked up fromGretchen Siegchrist in an article on Video Editing on About.com. Ifirst compiled my variation when I started teaching video editingat the New York Institute of Technology several years ago. Icompiled it because I felt my students needed somewhere to starttheir understanding from. Most of them had never even attempted tothink critically about what they see on the screen in front of themand I thought this might help in that regard. Anyway, just a coupleof idea follow. Stay Motivated Every cut should have a motivation.There should be a reason that you want to switch from one shot orcamera angle to another. Sometimes that motivation is a simple as,the camera shook, or someone walked in front of the camera.Ideally, though, your motivations for cutting should be to advancethe narrative storytelling of your video. One of the most obvioussigns of amateur editing are cuts and transitions that have nomotivation behind them. Adding a cube spin transition may look coolto you but ask yourself, ""does this advance the narrative or is itmerely distracting"". Match the Scene The beauty of editing is thatyou can take footage shot out of order or at separate times, andcut it together so that it appears as one continuous scene. To dothis effectively, though, the elements in the shots should matchup. For example, a subject who exits frame right should enter thenext shot frame left. Otherwise, it appears they turned around andare walking in the other direction. Or, if the subject is holdingsomething in one shot, dont cut directly to a shot of themempty-handed. If you dont have the right shots to make matchededits, insert some b-roll in between."
Shotokan Karate 2.5 APK
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"""Shotokan (松濤館 Shōtōkan) is a style of karate, created fromdifferent combative techniques by Gichin Funakoshi (1868– 1957) andhis child Gigo (Yoshitaka) Funakoshi (1906– 1945). Gichin wasconceived in Okinawa[1] and is generally credited with advancing""""karate do"""" through a progression of open exhibits, and byadvancing the improvement of college karate clubs, including thoseat Keio, Waseda, Hitotsubashi (Shodai), Takushoku, Chuo, Gakushuin,and Hosei.[2] Funakoshi had numerous understudies at the collegeclubs and outside dojos, who kept on showing karate after hisdemise in 1957. Nonetheless, inside differences (specifically theidea that opposition is in opposition to the embodiment of karate)prompted the production of various associations—including anunderlying split between the Japan Karate Association (headed byMasatoshi Nakayama) and the Shotokai (headed by Motonobu Hironishiand Shigeru Egami), trailed by numerous others—with the goal thattoday there is no single """"Shotokan school"""", in spite of thefact that they all bear Funakoshi's impact. As the most broadlyhoned style, Shotokan is viewed as a conventional and compellingtype of karate do."""
Audio Books 2.5 APK
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"According to the simple model of reading, then, you really can’tconsider listening to a book to be easier than reading it. Butthere are other differences here, of course, one being that it’sreally easy for your mind to begin to wander when you’re listeningto an audiobook. But is that more or less likely to happen asskimming the less interesting parts when you’re reading? There’snot exactly an easy way to test that question empirically, butthere are some comparable things about the way people circle backto catch the stuff they missed, whether they’re reading orlistening. “About 10 to 20 percent of the eye movements you makeare actually regressions, where your eyes are moving backwards,”Willingham explained. Many of those regressions happen when youthought you had the word, but — whoops, no, you didn’t quite getit; others happen when you might be trying to work out syntax. Andsomething similar happens with the brain’s auditory system,specifically a phenomenon called echoic memory. “I’m sure you’vehad the experience where someone says something, and you’re notreally listening, and then you can tell from their intonation thatthey’ve stopped talking and that they’ve asked you a question,”Willingham said. “And you’re like, I totally was not listening tothis person.’ "
com.andromo.dev601172.app689574 3.2 APK
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"Tip #1 Know Your Goal. If you don’t know where you’re going, howcan you get there? You need to know what you are trying toaccomplish before you begin any project. Writing a poem is noexception. Before you begin, ask yourself what you want your poemto “do.” Do you want your poem to explore a personal experience,protest a social injustice, describe the beauty of nature, or playwith language in a certain way? Once your know the goal of yourpoem, you can conform your writing to that goal. Take each mainelement in your poem and make it serve the main purpose of thepoem. Tip #2 Avoid Clichés Stephen Minot defines a cliché as: “Ametaphor or simile that has become so familiar from overuse thatthe vehicle … no longer contributes any meaning whatever to thetenor. It provides neither the vividness of a fresh metaphor northe strength of a single unmodified word….The word is also used todescribe overused but nonmetaphorical expressions such as ‘triedand true’ and ‘each and every'” (Three Genres: The Writing ofPoetry, Fiction and Drama, 405). Cliché also describes otheroverused literary elements. “Familiar plot patterns and stockcharacters are clichés on a big scale” (Minot 148). Clichés can beoverused themes, character types, or plots. For example, the “LoneRanger” cowboy is a cliché because it has been used so many timesthat people no longer find it original. A work full of clichés islike a plate of old food: unappetizing. Creative Writing Tips Morecreative writing tips. Clichés work against original communication.People value creative talent. They want to see work that risesabove the norm. When they see a work without clichés, they know thewriter has worked his or her tail off, doing whatever it takes tobe original. When they see a work full to the brim with clichés,they feel that the writer is not showing them anything above theordinary. (In case you hadn’t noticed, this paragraph is chock fullof clichés… I’ll bet you were bored to tears.)"
Wing Chun 2.5 APK
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"Punches Due to the emphasis on the centerline, the straight punch(straight left / straight right) is the most common strike in WingChun. However, the principle of simultaneous attack and defense(simplified Chinese: 连消带打; traditional Chinese: 連消帶打; CantoneseYale: lìhn sīu daai dá; literally: ""linking cancel and attack"")suggests that all blocking movements should be accompanied with asimultaneous strike when possible. This allows for the opponent tobe put on the defensive faster, and thus allowing the Wing Chunpractitioner to defeat the opponent quicker by countering as soonas possible (ideally on the opponents first strike). Other explicitexamples of punches can be found in the Chum Kiu and Biu Ji forms(both uppercut and hook punches), although these punches may appearto be superficially different they are simply the result of thepunch beginning from a different origin position while followingthe same fundamental idea, to punch in a straight line followingthe shortest distance between the fist and the opponent. Whenexecuting the punch, one must relax and not use the shoulders oractivate the trapezius muscles. The punch comes from the center,Kyun Yau Sam Faat (simplified Chinese: 拳由心发; traditional Chinese:拳由心發; Cantonese Yale: kyùhn yàuh sām faat; literally: ""punchstarts from the heart""). This maxim (punching from the centre ofthe chest) is used primarily in training, however in applicationthe punch can originate from any location. Wing Chun primarilyencourages using both ""Low Elbow Power"" (power generated fromthrusting the arm forward viciously at the target using the Tricepsmuscle, while keeping the elbows pointed down), along with ""HipPower"" (power generated from a quick ""rotation"" of the hips).The combination of these two methods of power generation results ina powerful strike."