17 Burst results for "Jean Anne"
"jean anne" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Shootout second strike out of the inning for montas six of the game brings of tyrod taylor who hit to play his first time the right handed batter who likely will see some more sliders for montas right hander come set beata livery fastball inside one or no trying to keep them honest throw that hard in the mid to upper ninety range in the question has to be especially with the numbers at montage has fastball must be fairly straight pitches low and away with a slider bowl to you can catch up to that kind of elasticity if it's not fastball that has movement on it good comparison is sky sox right hander freddie peralta he throws in the upper eighty lower ninety range of his fastball but he gets a ton more strikeouts montas because of movement strike on the outside two and one to want socks here on the fourth inning home run by jean anne soy.
"jean anne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The brakha jean anne of more women you know are starting to get preventive miss sect amis that's really big personal choice that probably shouldn't be hinged just oddness 23 in meat test group garmin when we started gene through thing way back in the day we said you know there's going to be a problem if you get a test result and you don't know how to interpret it you you eat shitty off either be offering a doctor professional care or you should go out and get seek some guidance honest right and and that's the that's the concern i think quit that this new 28th me test result you know when you go to your doctor to to get a genetic tests somebody whether it's your doctor or a nurse or a genetics councillor is going to sit down with you to tell you what those results me now the fda as you mentioned is definitely softening to the idea of these at home genetic health risk tests but what the fda is requiring is that companies communicate results in a way that consumers can understand and use emily thank you very very much for taking the time to be this today emily lau what's associate editor for biomedicine at the mit technology review after the break we'll talk about the problem of antibiotic resistance could viruses b a key to figuring out atp the antibiotic problem it's an old technology that's being reborn we'll talk about it after the break so stay with it i am i reflective this is science friday from pierre i.
"jean anne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The solid backup and we all saw jimmy garoppolo finish the season five in all absorbed nine team that was bereft of talent so i'm with you like the confidence them for the forty nine or should be a lot higher there in that i'm a honest they should easily be in inside the top ten jimmy garoppolo their cut the the organisation's confidence level in jimmy garoppolo they just gave the most guaranteed money to sky let's let's take let's take the rant or the forty nine ers and flip on with the giant jean anne of when i'm down can i interest you in and bumping them up to the cowboys position which you kind of yeah the raised eyebrows site what am ten yes so at the very least were adjusting degrasse yanna's list for him support being the copy editors all understand i'm sure he's going to love it but yes the and we're gonna move jimmy garoppolo and the forty nine ers confidence in him up to ten we're going to bumps the cowboys at least down a notch or two and then number twenty the ravens come on man the red joe flack was trash they should be lower than twenty i would agree with any confidence in joe flaco moving forward he can barely throw the ball like he used down the field like you used to the it it's easy hindering that offense there has i don't know if there's ever been a team that immediately recall regretted a contract that they hand doubt off as quickly as the baltimore ravens did when they inked joe flaco to his multiyear extension after he went on the run to become superlobby pena prove it year so yeah there's no doubt that i'm wondering just how much confidence the braves actually have and joe flax oh my issue is this the bears or a twenty four the bear should be right around where the banglabazar i believe well i would say okay so let's move the ravens off for sure there we're we're moving them off get him out of there then you go to the costs out of luck is kitty throw anymore we don't know i think that's fair that's i had no confidence in andrew luck it's all i see something we've we've heard reports.
"jean anne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The beach the problem is as if you had stressed getting to the beach you know like a delayed flights of i think that's going to mess with your ears firmed so kinda interesting and you know dance or involved even when it comes to ovarian cancer fathers will be partially responsible for passing on to their daughter the genetic respecter for ovarian cancer now i told you guys many lines of just because there's woman cancer like ovarian at the beach you'll breast doesn't mean manner out of the woods if there's the braff achieve mutation and you have a bunch of women and the family with ovarian cancer breast cancer you guys aren't trouble when it comes to pay increase of prostheic cetera so if there is no such thing as a woman caves gene jean anne of bill caves gene it can affect any of us cell researchers found the women at a higher risk of ovarian cancer if they're putt turn all grandmothers were afflicted by the disease women with the mutation on a particular gene fell in the x chromosome call the beach c3 appeared to get ovarian cancer six point seven years earlier than they would have without the mutation among the families involved in the study the average age that woman with the mutation got ovarian cancer was four women carry two x chromosomes on their cells one from their mother and then one for their father rights neither father will give you a why or give you an ax of daddy gives you an x because remember daddy's are x y of data gives you an extra going to be a girl that it gives you why you're gonna be boy jed has control if if mobs gonna make were gro the may not think he has control and but in in the to lead us so the gene dozens is a moms chromosomes to but because the woman's father has only one x chromosomes gives daughter's a father would be teachings of this gene is guaranteed to pass it on soviet jew inherited from the dad you're either going to get it or not that means you and every one of your sister's is going to carry the mutation because again if he is giving you that x gene and he got that acts from his mom you see the 'cause you're x y so we got the wife of deadly extra mom he's going.
"jean anne" Discussed on WDRC
"Their approaches the next approach and we're hearing it more and more ned lamont used at the other day they tried this years ago and it didn't work but they're trying it again and i think it's because of his young voters progressive democrats progressive democrats they wall used the word liberal because they know what liberal connotes so now it's progressive were progressive democrats i remember years ago the democrats tried that progressive progressive progress because progress hutasoit progress everybody wants progress however defied progress but if you use the word progressive then that seems to cannote something good now there are those who might feel that more taxes is something good that tolls happened to be something good that legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes is good for raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour is good for universal health care for residents of connecticut is good there's a price tag to all of these course but just remember they won't use liberal now there and there are a lot of these candidates are trying out their message to i mean ned la body it must have used progressive fifty times when he announced he was running the other day progressive progressive progressive it was in the second paragraph of the hartford current story about net lamont being a progressive democrat in you a answer me a question what is wrong what is wrong when you say progressive and and spans spans banned don't these folks understand that that would get us in the in this situation of the first place what are they intelligent enough to understand that brad the idea of the leftists to doubled down that we're not taxing businesses enough that we're not taxing the rich enough that's why these deficits are growing and other argument they're going to use and they're going to try it because it worked in new jersey i think it will fail here but at worked in new jersey the governor oil he's now the governor but when he was a candidate said people love to pay high taxes because of what they get in return a great education a great this a great that while the people in connecticut are half going to have to determine are they getting the bang for their buck here in the state when it comes to high taxes 26 minutes after eight let's go to jean anne litchfield gene good morning good morning good morning here.
"jean anne" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Those badme allergy mci were on the air right now weeknights two am eastern eleven pm pacific opd fox sports radio frans you can like yours don't ever need to know racers you you just don't need to know i had no idea what's going on well why not here why crowder's predictions if breakdowns hit what we do we got all your sports and entertainment coverage and we don't hold yes sir we are fox sports radio sports with attitude grow s lou this is a reality survived fs one on your television yet go to fox sports dot com for details yes okay another a segment here with brooklyn decker uh again grason frankie season four premiers on net flicks tomorrow uh starring in part brooklyn decker so you have a newborn at home correct stevie steet stevie devi the doll as devi the child's he yells at the hyatt okay so steve nestle confusing davies at home um and you have a toddler as well i do hank and you have two dogs kodak's yes okay gene and bob costas okay now but swap masako at one dog is named billie jean king after jean king yet and the other dog his name bob costas okay wafter after bob costantini would assume yeah she'll be totally honest with you we thought about rich that rich roddick ages visiting worship let's okay like i just couldn't name can i say that work no i did i enter allowed to say it if it's if it's appropriately applied now correct rich roddick we can't name a dog rich radical than right where did bob costas come from jimmy totally honest with you as we so i grew up with all rescue dogs which tuchel at that in coincidentally they all had be names when we adopted them and so when indian i gotta ii we wanted to give her a be naming so of course we are huge fans of billie jean anne anti doors her knows her personally so we named are dog naturally after billie jean we got our second odd we just loved.
"jean anne" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Will gene the protein ends up a little bit too long and with too many building blocks to glutamate at the beginning of it essentially that protein is poisonous to your neurons in the brain and it builds up it interferes with the functioning of neurons and at some point it becomes too much in the near on start to die and the new therapy that you've trialled how does that work the drug is cold an antisense ohliger nuclear tied or a assad and it is a synthetic dna molecule so what happens is that this synthetic dna molecule is injected into the spinal fluid and from there it enters neurons it sticks to the message molecule that is intermediate between the gene and the protein so the gene is recipe for the protein but before it makes the protein a cell essentially makes a working copy of the jean anne that molecule that socalled message molecule is the one that is dr rectal used to build the pricing so the drug molecules sticks to the message molecule and the cell has built in machinery for detecting when something has stuck to its message molecule and when that happens the cells immediate reaction is to get rid of it essentially deletes the message molecule and if you do that then much less of the protein gets made over what period of time was this given to the patients this was a pretty short trial so four injections were given over a fourmonth period it was principally designed to ask the question of whether the injection of the drug was safe was it well tolerated and did any shortterm safety issues arise and the good news on that front is that in the forty six people in the trial that there were no significant safety issues identified from either the injection procedure or from the truck and did it make a difference to the levels of the huntington the abnormal protein that would be there in these people it did and that is why people.
"jean anne" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Seven the hawk jean anne of they look at the theater sold out shell by is like the first week so i'm thinking you know offer to put it on the radio that really i'll be glad yolk rewrite take my ticket ticket stub take a pain and i put the pain in the ticket stubborn walking towards your argued intercepted by security of course i know shot getting the yoko but uh but that's ways it only made it like a surpri clothes in a week but i like the i mean it was actually the use it was really done well it was kind of out there because the jogos play wasn't supposed to be a limited run or did it all and not just in so san for me i liked it though but one eight hundred two eight three one or 15 the the best broadway musical you've ever seen do you whatever you seem like would all does broadway show were a lot of that stuff what would jersey boys i love jersey voices great actually saw that recently at the state theater then it's just such a delightful show this amazing frankie valli if those note seven nights a week now these guys notes twice on the weekends yeah shows a week a new now your measure like you know you're singer is hard enough just your worked up to do once or twice a week but this guy's doing it every day in the first year who you are drawn accurate he names in the movie uh what what incredible voice yeah i've regi valleys saint when you watch that movie younger you washed up i did i i've one eight hundred two eight three one or 15 who some of the other you like i just recently saw come from a way which is the all the planes gene grounded on nine a one seven thousand people landed in this place in newfoundland a town called gander which doesn't sound good fun plot for a.
"jean anne" Discussed on WGTK
"Techniques i used to make one point nine million dollars for free starter right now by calling eight hundred four nine 88 76 your email address always meal and i'll email you my trading technique and dame insiders market report at no cost to you this is the very information i used to build my fortune i was getting ready to retire as still needed him against ricoh did want to work for anyone else was larry is excellent instructors luggage raise excessively for myself and on abrupt work with someone else again fired the stockbroker and hire the most suitable person you know you again calling next ninety minutes lee your email address my voice now eight hundred four eight nine eighty seventy six off eight hundred four eight nine eighty eight seventy six eight hundred four eight nine bagged uh swing you hear the phrase the hardest working real estate agent uh you know it's the elizabeth monarch group of keller williams realty louisville but don't take our word for it listen to the words of her actual clients like repeat customer jean anne of louisville clint above and beyond for us she not only helped us buy our first house but we also used her to help us sell that first house and buy our dream house she really is the hardest worker i've ever met elizabeth monarch knows our neighborhoods just ask allison of saint matthews cleaner from out of state and clueless she found us our perfect house and four years later when we wanted to sell it elizabeth sold it in less than a week and elizabeth monarch really cares my wife and i felt as if elizabeth was family after just a few meetings aliens however fears equal to buy or sell with elizabeth monarch group.
"jean anne" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"For for contacts would you say twenty yards okay so 20yard so you can see that clearly and someone like yours trained with firearms to you know twenty yards as well within what you you would practice with a r fifteen with a nieto sure near twenty yards that's knows no real great i shot between the two kevlar plates well with the adr would not just he trays who knows what else will but dad that frog day of mind like you said that foresight i know people are going to be asking it did this come here and our instructor training oslo terry background because most i would not think told for this to be aware of your surroundings it is it is remarkable name yeah i'm telling you i care i i can't explain the clarity of mind that i uh i can't explain and adam and not only that but i was using the neighbors dodge pickup truck he added four with ballots pickup truck in his driveway and i was using all i have will all he has for a shot for me had book as i was behind the truck and yang cover okay and we exchanged fire and he had the neighbors car's windshield the hit the neighbor's house jean anne got into the vehicle fired a any vare to more shots through his side wisely he foul to shots through a side window first and put an odd the two distinct pistol shots coming through the sides of the window and i shall turn my fifteen again it into the window down up though okay in our took over took another stop in at this point home shooting where his hat will right and we started the vehicle abby termed any turned down five thirty nine offices whoops hotly ball warm it water uh uh be about his hair and through the back windshield in air shatalin okay any blasted down the road route are looked to my left and there was a in another plant a pickup truck at the stop sign that apparently magnus the possible thing now ran up tapped on donors window is it that guy just shot of the baptist church gene and he jumped the vehicle they took off so apparently he got two shots in on this guy and it's those shots um well one.
"jean anne" Discussed on WGTK
"Be one james clapper said on cnn and with respect to this dossier they've been talking about this russian dossier on president trump and whether it's a relevant and the contents and kennedy cooperated and all that sort of stuff he said he was on aaron burnett show on cnn he said with respect to the dossier itself the key thing is it doesn't matter who paid for it it's what the bossi a says and the extent to which was corroborated or not now check this out the washington post reported on tuesday of this week at hillary clinton's campaign of the democratic national committee picked up the financing for the taki met after the initial republican thunder stopped aiming fusion gps for the work so corroboration i guess would be the main thing laugh they're just fanning the flames fanned the flames hang with us coming up next were hit the mailbag hey delaney america tonight and when you hear the phrase the hardest working real estate agent you'll ever meet you know and see a list this monarch group of keller williams realty louisville but don't take our word for it listen to the words of her actual clients like repeat customer jean anne of louisville elizabeth went above and beyond for us she not only helped us buy our first house but we also used her to help us sell that first house and buy our dream house she really is the hardest worker at.
"jean anne" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"The what pace as changing there's nothing anyone can do to change ed it is interesting how much of a cots you can keep yourself pacify manchester then i'm like i didn't want to give my car today i want to keep fat and say that fi find exciting about doing things on your eye that gatt paul say the study that and i found when i was writing might that last year about an talent agents for activities they would look at that instagram feet and it wasn't being judged on the saltano anymore not made me really sad because i think there's a lot of artists out there who hate social media getting an unscom cabot kill them in year and it's a shame that you might have to play in that we do that's absolutely part of the boot business these days and i is slightly less of these i think of our on terrible twitter and i tried really ought to be good at twitter but you not deafening but some of it is naturally good at twitter a nut saudi views who was a colleague of mine years ago jean anne of what you just got this thing another and that is very true the book business where if you have zillion towards a photo is that that opens the doors who almost automatic book deal so is hard on especially young rightists who have been writing or also people who roster she novelist and not particularly gregarious search people is no good but at blaze increasingly the way that companies like mcmillan where we see the moment on deciding on who gets copying contracts and who doesn't just this really to apply would not say i would not want to be a teenage in literate isn't attic about all if not i mean i did think anyone in at teenagers should have to manage.
"jean anne" Discussed on KGO 810
"The window to try to escape the flames he just in that area it's kind of a downtown area right you didn't you'd you wouldn't think it's that consider that to be rural yeah i mean you you think of a fire you think of a wildfire y sure is like that you know think of the rebel that you see i mean it's is unreal right so then you many and then you look at the structures that not only the neighborhoods that were decimated but that in all of the appleby's the mcdonald's the bill hotels the the classrooms from that arts center the the loser burbank the center for for the arts and then the the two wineries that i'm not sure if i'm pronouncing this right is a snicked signal rele is there a senior senior rele estates of their main structure was destroy where they do the wind tastings chateau st jean anne kenwood a was destroyed as well many mother wineries were damaged they apparently important i'm not a technical one all this because i am not a vitner by they apparently many of vintners have already pulled their grapes which is good and bad news the problem is the need process of grapes and you can't do that without electricity and so there are a few wineries that still have crushing machines and electricity and they are jumping at ahead of the game in the pack try to help their fellow vintners who don't have electricity to do that process we're trying to get a hold of eleven goals in are all yes that would be good in chicago but perhaps seen i know he knows what's going on and he knows these wineries and perhaps we can get some info from him because one of the things that i heard this morning is that i mean not that it's significant at all given o with the devastation that we're dealing with right here when things i heard this morning he is that it may affect wind for years and years in all the ashton embers everything that's going on yeah uh in supply uh you talk about the uh the percentage is coming out of napa valley alone that feed the world in the wine industry it's it's easy so we'll have worldwide consequences no doubt the stories that.
"jean anne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In terms of how the movie dealt with the love story between billie jean anne maryland how how will you how well or poorly do you think that the film handled that part of it i thought that handled it pretty well actually mean i've not to say that i am obviously completely familiar with the particulars of their particular love story but i do think that it was shown in a really lovely fair manner where you you understood obviously how important you know that romance was very unhealthy upsetting a was that she couldn't be who she was without fear that her sponsorships it be taken away and also just in a bigger picture at at that her family wouldn't support her i mean we got the cnn movie that her husband was obviously upset by what he but what he has learned but he also was ultimately there to support belly but she couldn't convert her family to her parents she realized that you know an at that at that age in order to be the athlete she wanted to be an in order to just seen it to be the person she wanted to be it was not fair in the slightest but she wasn't able to be upfront about her sexuality obviously that's incredibly upsetting and i think the movie handle that really really well john i'd love to hear from you about how you thought that the directed the directors handled that part of the story line phil mcleay after we play a brief clip of an interview you did with billie jean king on the frank let's listen i want them to understand the challenges i had off the court and trying to figure out my sexuality i thought that was really important and i thought if this can help one person be more comfortable their skin if it can help empower people both men and when i'm very big about having i'll genders involved not just girl women people tend to put women into euro leader for women you're only do this for women that's not how i thought at all i always thought about everybody because we're all in this world together it is very important men think highly of women respected that we respect ban and that uh we do help each other and that men who have daughters oh my gosh they they're the ones that really care.
"jean anne" Discussed on This Week In Marvel
"And then she just throws down she proves how bad ass an awesome she is uh you've got cool stuff with jimmy hudson and gray saving the xmen danger being fantastic and ultimately emma frost manipulate trying to manipulate as many people as she can to get her ways uh some really interesting stuff with scott summers and jean anne ameh and a great page of magneto and captain america having a little talk if you will yes uh really cool and then that last page mystery of were the head guys all right that's all the single issues for this week collections on sale this week we've gats avenged the initiative complete collection volume to dead pool twenty ninety nine guardians the galaxy mother and two rbi here's for higher by din emden nydia lending the complete collection punisher suicide ron which i'm currently trying to read a saying i have not i've been what you should have a baby yet uh yeah let's let's let's leave it at that um sift journey it's a mystery complete collection unbelievable gwent will volume through totally in comunity and wolverine by doing away complete collection von cool uh onsell marvel at this week we've got fallen angels one through 8 of course as well what was all interests footwear the sunspot and a bunch of weird new beauts characters from haiti's inside knows at rusty and skids were they a navy who knows i've never adding booms in it okay so a marvel adventures spiderman two and four through twenty four punisher '85 '86 they seven eight and superhero squad to through twelve ain't you say two three four five six seventy that's inland off unwanted let's philosophy that's fair beth israel collections on sale this week avengers heavy metal dead pool 29 punisher suicide ron which i'm trying to read right now thorn masterworks volume eleven thorn masrks volume twelve inches at the arrest of works eleven and twelve oh man great to a unbelievable gruntal volume through totally got nudie an excellent ball nan angels.
"jean anne" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"Forget it forget what union saying anyway i want to get into the sex race that we can just go on a whole paradise tirade i don't have any more thoughts though honestly i probably will watch i shall even though he's an arab offers a head out of him so many fucking thoughts i know because i first of all i loves the first hour like i love to all the recap on you did i was going weddings literally the show did not sir i love the recap on old weddings if you could have had anyone's wedding who would you of that they were honestly beautiful numerous i couldn't get over it actually and jp ashington tv but i don't jayme tanner jean anne tanner or catherine inchon now because today all of them they were so nice accepted anyone's accept mali and anyone except for carleen literally cut to currently evans wedding or twelve people are sitting on benches like i'm sure they're back sort so much what is that their budget must have bid and i get that that's her style and i get it like they said that she probably loved that like the indians shaw was like giving her smoke and you're trying to tell me that she doesn't have one friend outside of vaccination or no she has two friends outside evacuation but like also it's just unfair like why was ashy i there and not the other people who were on thursday where where was amanda put the this is the thing that whole one hour extravaganza was basically an infomercial a paradise every person like sarah heroin ashley i every person who outlook aside interview was a this is just what can happen on paradise this is just a testament to a parent is as you know this is the magic peiris said we get it people meet all parties blick for what about all the other people that joking also like justice for markets in lacey like yeah vegan work but they had a really good run so like maybe include them ingram i didn't see their wedding what was the vibe oh it was right down where like kronemann known on the beach outside.
"jean anne" Discussed on WGTK
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