27 Burst results for "Suka"

Japan Issues 3rd Virus Emergency in Tokyo, Osaka Area

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Japan Issues 3rd Virus Emergency in Tokyo, Osaka Area

"Japan has issued a third state of emergency the Tokyo and three western districts to curb a surge in the corona virus just three months ahead of the Olympics prime minister yes yeah hi di suka announced the emergency for Tokyo and three of the cities from April twenty five through to may eleventh Japan's third emergency since the pandemic comes only a month off to an early a toothless emergency indeed in the Tokyo area this time off to a law stipulating virus matches was toughened in February authorities can issue binding orders to businesses to shorten the hours all close to god says this that was intended to stop people from traveling over upcoming holidays I'm Charles that's my

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Japan Raises Emissions Cut Target to 46% by 2030

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Japan Raises Emissions Cut Target to 46% by 2030

"Japan says it will raise its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target to forty six percent one twenty thirteen levels that's from the current twenty six percent according to Japan's NHK television prime minister your holiday suka who set a goal to achieve carbon neutrality by twenty fifty also known as the more ambitious target the forty six percent emission cuts by twenty thirty the decision comes as a virtual climate summit hosted by president Joe Biden gets on the way Japan has been under pressure from European countries to do more than its earlier talking to twenty six percent thank god during his visit to Washington last week agreed to cooperate in leading global efforts to decarbonise by promoting clean energy technologies and implementing the twenty fifteen power cycled I'm Charles but that's not

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Biden Meets Japan's Leader to Boost China-Facing Alliances

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Meets Japan's Leader to Boost China-Facing Alliances

"Nearly three months after taking office president Biden is hosting his first face to face meeting with a foreign leader Japan's Yoshi he'd Asuka is the first head of state to visit the Biden White House a clear signal the president's focused on boosting alliances to deal with a more assertive China Tokyo has long moved cautiously on steps that might worsen relations with Beijing but suka has been more outspoken he's also been anxious to meet with president Biden after predecessor Shinzo Albay formed a golf buddy relationship with Donald Trump Sager mag ani Washington

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Japan PM vows no virus rebound as emergency measures end

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Japan PM vows no virus rebound as emergency measures end

"Japan's prime minister Yoshi he D. suka has pledged to do his utmost to prevent a resurgence of the corona virus ahead of the Olympic torch relay circle was addressing his ruling liberal democratic party's annual convention just hours ahead of the planned lifting of the virus state of emergency in the Tokyo region in my other vehicle up sing a couple no change in what we need to do now is to bring created nineteen to an end as soon as possible and regain the peace of mind the lifting of the meshes comes just days before the Olympic torch relay starts from Fukushima the size of the twenty eleven nuclear crisis as a symbol of reconstruction I'm Sarah Bassett's

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Bring Me Chocolate Or Bring Me Dead Stuff

Short Wave

03:44 min | 2 months ago

Bring Me Chocolate Or Bring Me Dead Stuff

"All right emily kwong lay some of that chocolate goodness on me. You got it because chocolate is the true meaning of valentine's day only chocolate. This pure can be this. So i love you but lactose intolerant. Why are you doing this to me. I thought about this. The thing that gives chocolate. Its flavor is dairy free. Did you know cocoa comes from a fruit that grows these amazing looking multicolored cacao pods and i was. Cd's read things hanging from the trees. While what are these things. This is food scientists. Darren ostrom suka at the cocoa research center at the university of the west indies. Speaking with simmons safety and our friends at life kit about his fascination with cacao pods. It's like it's like a football shape. Fruit it can be smooth. It can be wate. it can have ridges. Darren saw these pods all over the place. Growing up in trinidad and tobago. They grow on the couch. Frey or theobroma cacao in under story crop of the tropical rainforest meaning they grow pretty close to the ground and the exterior of these pods is hard like it's tough but not so tough that critters can't break it open to go on a little cow binge correct if i was a squirrel. This would be what i would do. I mean absolutely. Darren breaks open a pod with a special tool kind of like a dull michigan it resists when gives time what it feels very satisfying on. Then when you twist the blade you hear a sort of crunch on you see opening insite describes the inside of the pod like a sticky cobwebs it has rows of caucases which he calls beans covered in this gummy white pulp called musa delicious mm-hmm usage and the aroma hits immediately. I'm spending my and it smells. Citrusy like like citrus flowers. It's like a subtle perfume Yeah there's so much flavor potential in these cacao beans at this point once the pot is opened fermentation begins so after. The seeds are removed from the pod. They're collected and transported to an area where they can ferment for days. Yeah and naturally occurring microbes breakdown. Those beans unlock their flavor notes. I i did not know that. Quang i mean for meditation gotta love it. Kind of sounds like like wine a little bit. Maybe a little bit. Yeah kinda if you think of cacao beans grapes and the tastes does reflect the ecosystem from which it came. The beans are then sorted roasted and sold to chocolate-makers to become the chocolate. You know and love. it can be fruity. it can be floral. It can be bright. So i like to think of a flavor profile that cuckoo offense to be like a good piece of music is we. What makes a good piece of chocolate is a harmonious 'presentation of flavor notes that in balance with each other at the coco research centre. He works on the level of genetics and with farmers to optimizing flavor and adopting their crops to climate change and disease. Darren even works with the cacao. Farm used to pass as a child. Chocolate is something he just can't stay away from is like with ocala. Florida is she. You can check out anytime you want. But you've been the relieve gets on the skin and it becomes your positive your consciousness so for me. I don't really work at a job. I work at

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"suka" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"suka" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Okay tell me what it means and what it reads. And then i'll maybe i can help you said they did a something for the rest of the week is area guy symbols question. John can you explain how early explain. Have to seal Well the simple answer is to continue meditating. Exactly the way. We've been talking about auto. Following autumn brahms rules and coming into silence and coming into what i called. Pt which is like fascination and Which you'll find a mental object. That's very beautiful. Once you're in there you have an opportunity. Windsor in that What do you call us the delightful breath. You have an opportunity to see things differently. You have an opportunity. I see that different mental object and then to be removed from the self. It happens. i can't tell you. How any more than practice meditation and practice the way that i mentioned in go on the route to the delight. Delightful breath the beautiful breath. However you wanna put it. Pt suka which is the next step up and yourself is blocked anyway and from there. It goes onto john now. If you go to jonah it probably becomes simpler in the long run all right. I hope that helps. Are you sir. thank you for the question..

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The Pros and Cons of Selling Seasonal Products Online

The EcomCrew

06:35 min | 6 months ago

The Pros and Cons of Selling Seasonal Products Online

"So we, we have an interesting topic for today I thought would be fun to to bounce back and forth. That's why we wanted to do A. Dual podcast today because I think there'll be some different opinions and it's kind of the right time of year to be talking about this, and also because we're GONNA be talking about seasonal products if you're. Thinking about doing seasonal price your way too late but there's certainly a lot of seasonal type products that are going to be selling very well in the coming weeks things like Halloween, costumes and Christmas lights or Minora's or New Year's goggles or whatever it might be. Thought. This would be a good time to just chat about that. Yeah absolutely and We've been rolling out a new feature every week through email, which is basically unveiling Amazon's biggest trending keywords. We look at keyword sort of moved up and down the most in the last week. So every week we email out the top keywords. So it kind of lends well to that new series that we have going through re-conquer to, and through this search keyword analysis, he really sees some trending keywords which often correlate seasonality. So looking at this week's not. A lot of seasonal products definitely one here, Sakai decorations I have no idea what right have no idea what succo? Suka. Decorations were I guess at some Jewish holidays far as I know never heard of it. Yeah. But anyways, it's one of the top keywords on Amazon right now. So if you had SUKA decorations, you're probably killing it radio interesting. Yeah. The one last week that really blew me away was the spike him stuff I'm like, why is that such a big thing? All the site did you figure that out? No have no idea I would think. That'd be something that would be more popular when people are traveling or people being paranoid about spy Cam, and actually different of ours is in front of the podcast. Allen sells these types of things and also the types of things the discover spy equipment, but y all of a sudden. Last week I have no idea. Yeah. Wonder if it had anything to do with kids going back to school and people are spying on teachers in some regard or like although I don't know how you stick in like a camera to school. But I would think that there has to be some correlation there to school and kids being away from home. That's just my feeling but I could be completely wrong I. I would love to know why spy cams are so hot right now. You know it's interesting. But as you ask Alan will actually I didn't even think to do that when I when I saw that. But now that we mentioned it, I'll definitely do that because I'm interested. But I mean seasonal products come with with some challenges and there's different types of seasonal products and weep sell some seasonal products with ice wraps I mean they're definitely more popular in the summer as people are more active and so our sales in July or way higher than they are in December, and so it's definitely a seasonal product and it's very predictable and there's other types of seasonal products, things like Christmas lights that are. A lot more accelerator binary I mean try selling Christmas lights in July you might have some struggles and so basically for six weeks around the Christmas holiday Christmas lights like crazy and then you're opportunities over. So when we talk about seasonal price a commune, a couple of different things. Yeah. Well, I think every product has some seasonality to no matter what even the least seasonal. PRODUC probably around the holiday time around Christmas and November they're going to see a huge surge in the product. So it doesn't matter if it's an everyday item like a garlic press, it's probably going to see a huge surge in November December just because of the holiday buying season. So every product has some degree of season to it where you have certain months of the year. Where you get more sales than others but obviously, like you mentioned, there are super products things which normally relate to holidays in some regard for us we had I guess somewhere in between kind of your average seasonal variation product, super seasonal products with boating products and boating products definitely spring summer seasons they absolutely surge and sales in the summer tend to be about two or three. Times higher in the winter but sales don't fall off a cliff like they do for. Christmas. Lights in July as voting products or is year round demand for just tends to be two or three times higher in the winters. So or the summer action say so I think that's the big I guess comparison we WanNa make is between those kind of degrees and spectrum of seasonality. And personally I like products that. Rely on Q. Four. To make your year, we have a kind of a wide variety of products and some of them do require hugh for to make our year. But Isis is definitely one of those brands that actually there is no spike in the fourth quarter believe it or not. Even with what you're talking about. They're just there isn't even a blip for November December because I mean we still sell well, but it isn't. It isn't any higher than October. So it's it's interesting versus something like color. Where in the fourth quarter was like our entire year even though we would sell throughout the entire year. The fourth quarter is our entire year. While baby, you know the stuffed animal stuff like the fourth quarter our entire year. And it's stressful just out of curiosity for ice wraps. How much Increase. UC during the summer is like tanner twenty percent or is it more like one hundred percent compared to the colder seasons where people are? By getting active in hurting themselves. The four to six months in the hottest Munster somewhere between fifty to one hundred percent from the baseline. And the other Munster down but not zero mean. There's still lots of other things that happen that that aren't reflected upon being warm a month with me things like a knee replacement surgery will you know that doesn't really matter what time of year it is in fact, a lot of people want to do those types of things in the winter when. They're not active anyway hip replacement surgery bill talks, breast augmentation people having kids, and all these different things that people use hunting tax four but you know people that are out playing recreational tennis or soccer or going hiking in their sedentary for the winter months when they go back out, they pull something or heard something sprain something whatever it might be and those types of injuries. I think were a lot of our products are sold interesting. Yeah I. Mean I me personally I would never think that ice wraps have that much seasonality to it. But when you start to explain it totally makes sense and they'd gang goes to our point that we're making every product even though the service does not appear to have any seasonality probably has some degree of seasonality to it. And the thing I. Love Ice Rob is actually helps normalize our sales as as a company year round because there are other products again are pretty fourth quarter heavy, and so you know the thing that was depressing about ice wraps was when I was the only thing that we had was in the winter months of things are slow you kind of panic or whatever, and so we we have a pretty smooth curve company now because our fourth quarter so strong. It kind of normalize ourselves

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Japan's PM Shinzo Abe resigns, clearing way for successor

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Japan's PM Shinzo Abe resigns, clearing way for successor

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Japan's prime minister resigns clearing the way for his successor Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave and his cabinet have resigned accelerating a government transition I'll be announced last month that he was stepping down due to health problems abi has ulcerative colitis and his current treatment requires IV injections the sixty five year old Ave was Japan's longest serving prime minister first from two thousand sixty two thousand seven and then returning in twenty twelve obeys resignation came two days after chief cabinet secretary Yoshi to suka was chosen to head the governing liberal Democratic Party virtually guaranteeing his election as Japan's new prime minister I might cross yep

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"suka" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"suka" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"suka" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"suka" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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News in Brief 16 September 2019

UN News

03:02 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 16 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. At the current momentum scientists predict the planet's Protective Shield of gas or the ozone layer will be completely a healed as far as some regions of the planet are concerned by the twenty thirties the UN's environmental agency or UNIP has revealed the phase out of control uses of ozone-depleting ozone-depleting substances has not only helped replenish the protective layer for future generations but is also helping guard human health by filtering out harmful rays said unit unit in a statement the recognition of the success comes on World Ozone Day marked on the sixteenth of September this year celebrates thirty two years and healing a a commemoration of the international commitment to protect the ozone layer and the climate under the historic Montreal Protocol which has led to the phase out of ninety nine percent of ozone-depleting chemicals in refrigerators air conditioners and other consumer products we can celebrate success. UNIP said but we must all push to keep hold hold of these gains in particular by remaining vigilant and tackling illegal sources of ozone-depleting substances as they arise and a new humanitarian snapshot snapshot from the UN's or CIA for Asia and the Pacific shows that between intensified conflict and serious disasters thousands remain displaced in the region at least I forty thousand Lao people and twenty four thousand in northern Thailand were counted displaced in the last week with thirty two people reportedly killed all due to severe flooding leading caused by two major tropical storms pull dual and CA- cheeky heavy rains in Bangladesh have flooded Rohinton refugee camps in Cox's Bazar affecting some twenty eight thousand people while in the Philippines moderate to heavy rains wrought by tropical depression Maryland prompted evacuations as high tides damaged homes and caused I river overflows meanwhile in Mar a flare up in conflict between the country's military and Tang National Liberation Army a few days ago displaced more than one thousand in two hundred people mostly elderly children in just three days and armed conflict in south. Sudan has declined in intensity nationwide but sexual sexual violence continues to play communities. UN appointed independent investigators said on Monday in an update to the Human Rights Council the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan Said said that women in the northern town of Ben to as well as Yay and wow states say they are still victims of high levels of sexually motivated attacks although the panel's report does is not include the number of incidents chairperson of the panel. Yes means. Suka insisted that rape has not stopped in the east African country. The development follows the expert are group's warning last month that although the overall armed conflict has waned. There's been little progress in adhering to the peace agreement signed by the warring parties in September last year. The commission has also expressed concern at the slow pace of progress in establishing a special tribunal to judge sex crimes which has not started working properly yet Natalie Hutchinson U._N. News.

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"suka" Discussed on The Financial Liberty Podcast

The Financial Liberty Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on The Financial Liberty Podcast

"For decades. Have you ever played a game and didn't know the rules? How can you ever win? Learn the rules to the game and turn. Learn how to win now onto the show. Hello, and welcome to the financial liberty project was Sam Legaspi and Co's, Suka Moto, I don't know what we're talking about today. So I'm gonna handed over the gentlemen. Guys. What are we talking about? How what we're gonna be talking about is the six things that should make you go, not necessarily the things that make you go Hm. But the sixteens that should that will make you go when it comes to building portfolio, or just investing or just retirement planning just anything and everything out there. And again, you're listening to Sam and Co's and here we are back with some more knowledge, bombs for you guys out there and welcome to the most exciting podcast in radio or in podcast history. We're used to seeing radio but before that goes, we actually got a message and I wanted to share this message with you and inside this message from Jag Greg, from fetal city sorry for butchering your name. It's really difficult to say Greg. From cathedral city, actually, I was reading this coz, and there's quite a few quite a few things that we can actually talk about, even though I think there's just really one question behind it. So Greg says he's sixty two years old, and it will be looking to leave his company in the next six months. A says I've got five kids to from a previous marriage, and they are all out of the house, except for one who I am putting through school. She has two more years, I heard that you guys want to make sure that I have a financial plan in place. But what exactly does a financial planning clued? Is it basically a budget? Thank you. Well, greg. No, it's not necessarily just basically a budget, even though a budget can be part of a plan an overall plan for you. But when it comes to an overall plan when it comes to your retirement, there's really so many plans inside the plant. So it's a financial roadmap you wanna try to get and that we're advocates of is just an entire financial roadmap. We like an at two if you were to go to a. Trip somewhere. If you go to Hawaii, so we, we know that there is a plan to go to Hawaii. So there's funded there is funded being funds money. We're trying to figure out how to get there. Of course, what airline were going to be utilizing to get there. And then once we get there, there's other plants. We just don't arrive at the airport one or the other plans while we gotta get car. And once we got the car, we gotta get to our place. Once we get to our place. Do we just hang out in the hotel all day long, or do we start sightseeing and for sightseeing? And we're in Hawaii, there's so many things to do would such limited time..

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News in Brief 20 February 2019

UN News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 20 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from United Nations. The situation in the southern part of south Sudan is extremely volatile would rampant rights violations that may amount to war crimes the U N commission on human rights in the country revealed on Wednesday in its third report to be presented to the Human Rights Council in March commission chair as means Suka said there is a confirmed pattern of how combatants attack villages plunder homes, take women as sexual slaves and then set homes alight often with people in them, the commission urged the government the region and international community to take urgent steps to respect the cessation of stability implement, the revitalized agreement signed five months ago in push to silence the guns completely according to the UN children's fund UNICEF twenty five percent of those targeted by sexual violence. Our children, including girls as young as seven elderly and pregnant women have also been raped while sexual violence against men and boys is under reported because it's. Sigma is higher than that of raping and killing the young and the elderly. Meanwhile, a new World Health Organization or WHO report on global health expenditure reveals that spending on health is outpacing the rest of the global economy accounting for ten percent of global gross domestic product hail spending his made up of government expenditure out of pocket payments and other sources such as Voluntary Health insurance in employer provided health programs while reliance on out of pocket expenses is slowly declining around the world. The report highlights that in low and middle income countries domestic public funding for health is increasing in external funding in middle income countries declining. The report also points to ways at policymakers health professionals in citizens alike can continue to strengthen L systems, Dr anissa car, the blue Joe's director for health systems, governance in financing said that health is a human rights and all countries need to prioritize efficient cost effective. Primary healthcare as the path to achieving universal health coverage and sustainable development goals. The United Nations launched on Wednesday. It's biennial world youth report, which is the progress made in addressing youth issues assess policy gaps in charts possible policy responses, noting that there are one point two billion fifteen to twenty four year olds in the world today. The report points out that one hundred forty two million use of upper secondary age are out of school. Seventy one million people are unemployed in millions of others are in precarious or informal work. It underscores that although all the sustainable development goals are critical education and employment are fundamental to overall youth development, while emphasizing their to twenty study agenda for sustainable development offers innumerable opportunities for young people to thrive. The report spells that more political commitment financing and targeted interventions are needed particularly in the areas of. Education and employment. Were large gaps remain an academy United Nations.

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"suka" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"There's clearly like that kind of cheeky nece about it. Like, the author of the story is having a lot of fun and writer, as I mentioned earlier points out that there's a lot of there are a lot of like puns and wordplay that don't come through in the English version. Right. But the this is I think supposed to be entertaining and funny like it's a little bit absurd. The idea of like a club gaining a soul or like, a, you know, the rosary having disciples and all that. But that it actually does end up being part of the theological point. That's being made. So is that that sweet spot mixing like is it absurd just for comedy. Or is it actually making a point? It's kind of both. Yeah. And can be difficult to to really judge. Outside of its language or outside of its time and culture now as for the idea it self right or points out on her scholarship to the legend of the super Mugabe. Does not come from this story rather? This story was created as an entertaining vehicle to sell the virtues of Shing on Buddhism to a wide audience by capitalizing on the pre existing belief in the Suka megani. The which is just this popular folk idea that tools must be discarded before they become too old and gain a soul and start getting up to no good. And so in the record of the tool Specter's itself, it almost seems a little bit backwards. Right. Because the tool somehow already seemed to be sentient at least by the time. Like right after they get thrown out. Then it's the throwing out that causes them to want revenge on people and become monsters and build the flesh palace and the blood fountain. When originally the tradition is that the throwing out is what's supposed to prevent. This throwing them out is what's supposed to keep them from becoming. Full spirits that that mess with you. So the mythology in this one particular scroll seems a little I I'm not sure what the order of causation is here. But I I'm captivated by the idea of like wanting to get rid of household items for the fear that they become endowed with a soul in do harm to their owners. Well, I mean, it comes back to to some of the beta basic, Buddhist ideas concerning attachment, right and having too many too many things or, you know, physical things or non-physical things in your life that you are shackled to when one way or another, you know, and you can imagine it coming to the point where you essentially are in a household where the items no longer serve you. But you serve them because they all take on a life of their own. You know, I did not think at all about the parallels. The idea of attachment and Buddha's I I don't know how that went over my head. But yeah, yeah. Absolutely. It's like part profound insight on the nature of suffering and attachment and part brave little toaster. Know, what to do with the brave little toaster. You don't know the brave little toaster children's book. It's a children's movie in which household items have th-they're lay they have human like characteristics, and they get abandoned in an old house. And I think after journey across the wilderness. It's like homeward bound except instead of like dogs and a cat. It's a toaster and a lamp and a radio will this makes this, of course, reminds me of maximum overdrive..

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"suka" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on WJR 760

"You would go. Arman store said merry Christmas. Tony suka. What does it take to be a Santa Claus? A lot of patients housing do have to love children. If you didn't it would be no loosing doing this. Basically the rewards. I think from doing this is a smile. Sparkle in the children's. I just love that they generate that I have to tell you. This will be about six years ago. I had a little boy on my knee, and he wasn't responding. And so Finally, I says to my SIS. Golly. Isn't there? Something Santa can do to make you happy, and he looked up at me tears in his eyes. And he said, yes, Santa bring my brother back. I knew I had stepped one step too far. But you know, what can I do? I said, and so I said Santa can't do that. But you know, I don't think your brother would want you to go on living and having fun and being good and doing things. And so the only thing Santa can say is by golly. Remember, the fun times when you and your brother play together and had fun and how much you loved him and he loved you. And just always be good for him. And he gave me a kiss on a cheek and said, thanks and left. Okay. About thirty minutes later. He comes down the mall, just skipping. What really got me is. When mother came across the aisle right in front of everybody. Right up front. She left me in the eye. And she said, I don't know who you are. I don't know how to say thanks enough. But he hasn't uttered. One word says we buried his brother two days ago. That makes the day a spirit of Christmas..

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"suka" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Or in their cars last year. Crossroads helped out about thirty three hundred people right now president and CEO Karen Santilli says there are four hundred families waiting for shelter. She says the grant will allow the group to more immediately assist them. We can help them. Now, we have these resources. They were only invited to apply for the grant. Weeks ago? The plans are to also use the money for things like rental assistance training and support services with winter knocking on the door and thanksgiving just days away. She says the timing couldn't have been better. I always felt thankful that I worked here with amazing people doing great work, but this is five million times more thankful and twenty three other organizations across the country were also awarded grants from the bazo. Stay one family fund in total the fun gave out nearly one hundred million dollars. That's air account burn from I witness news. Former first lady Suka cherry was laid to rest yesterday. Steve Neilson from eyewitness news covered. The story. The weather matched the mood Tuesday morning outside Our Lady of mercy church in East Greenwich, family and friends saying goodbye to former Rhode Island first lady Suka cheery. She was seventy six a service was touching was. It was a very was a wonderful tribute to a wonderful woman. Rhode Island supreme court Justice. Frank Flaherty was appointed to the core. Right. When sue's husband Donka cheery was governor Spitzer the whole family. They're a nice family. They're touched a lot of lives in not just during the eight years that he was governor fifty three years in five months ago. Don ensue walked out of doors, just married. Don, their children and grandchildren walked in to celebrate her. The family asked us not to bring our cameras inside Suka cheery son spoke saying how important music was to their family and said the last song his mother ever sang was appropriately amazing, grace, former governor Lincoln Chafee, also in attendance, she.

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"suka" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The mood Tuesday morning outside Our Lady of mercy church in East Greenwich, family and friends saying goodbye to former Rhode Island first lady Suka cheery. She was seventy six service was touching. It was it was a very was a wonderful tribute to a wonderful woman. Rhode Island supreme court Justice. Frank Flaherty was appointed to the court. When sue's husband, Don cherry was governor speaks to the whole family. They're a nice family. They're tucked a lot of lives in not just during the eight years that he was governor fifty three years in five months ago. Don ensue walked out of doors, just married, Don their children. And grandchildren walked in to celebrate her. The family asked us not to bring our cameras inside Suka cheery son spoke saying how important music was to their family and said the last song his mother ever sang was appropriately amazing, grace, former governor Lincoln Chafee, also in attendance. She really came through as everyone knows in the station fire and that tragedy soon the governor representing Rhode Island. So well, and I think that's wonderful. Great legacy says first lady, the homily was delivered by the vicar general in Jamaica, he was an old friend of Suka cherries when she taught on the island. He said her virtues in life for her empathy and no nonsense focused personality. He said many congregations in Jamaica are also preying should Sherry very very involved in the community here throughout Rhode Island. Mrs Cacciari who died Thursday at the age of seventy six was her husband's confidante adviser and personal emissary through fifty three years of marriage and his eight years as governor. According to the Providence Journal when he was governor. Suka cherry had her own office right next to his own staff. She was as much part of the his inner circle as his chief of staff, and as I said, very very much involved. With a lot of great doings here in the ocean state. The cheers had a chance to be around them for a long time because he was governor for two terms eight years and being in the media you around these people, and they were super cordial limit themselves always available, and as I said, she did a lot of really really good work for a lot of different causes. It's now six fifty NewsRadio.

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Why Ecuador Uses The Dollar?

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:56 min | 2 years ago

Why Ecuador Uses The Dollar?

"We didn't have to change the currency before. And after they have soup gray as their type of money now, they have dollars. How did they get the money for Ecuador without causing inflation and doesn't affect the money supply here in the USA, and how did they get the money there? How in how come they don't do it for other countries like them in the Republican Mexico into lumpia Omer gosh younger for president Sunday. Right reheard this super question. And after we listened to station I were like, we'll get back to you mean research. It's not that we don't know the answer because we do. It's just that you know, we want to care. Care something special for you. Right after the break. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from season two of choice. Allergy in original podcast from Charles Schwab, hosted by Katie milkman choice. Allergy reveals the hidden psychological forces that can lead people to make expensive mistakes. Listen at Schwab dot com slash podcast. Support also comes from pay pow when it comes to grow in your business. Pay pal is your trusted payments partner for today and tomorrow processing over twenty five million payments per day, set up your business account for free at pay pal dot com slash growth. So bianca's question. Now, there are a few parts to this question. So we wanted to break it down. So we could answer it properly. The first why does Ecuador use the dollar now instead of its old currency the sucre second where did Ecuador get all these dollars third. Does it affect the money supply in the US, and why don't other countries use the dollar to answer all of the parts of this question. We wanted to go to an expert. So we called up in a communist was studied Latin America. And in fact, just got back from a trip to Ecuador Sebastian Edwards on the Henry Ford. The second professor at UCLA. Okay. So Sebastian first of all that's a pretty smart cookie. Isn't isn't she? Amazing a nine and a half years old. That's how I wish my MBA students ask that kind of question. So we started by asking Sebastien, why Ecuador started using the dollar back in the year two thousand. Mean just before getting rid of the domestic which as Bianca said school, the sucre? There was a handwritten percent evasion within this country that three percent four percent is pretty high percent. So just think what it is a hundred percent inflation. That's amazing. That means prices were doubling every year Ecuador had a big inflation problem. And this was not the first time. The problem was that. This was recurrent it happen. Every so many years back in the days when Ecuador's currency was the Suka these inflation problems just kept happening. Remember inflation is when prices go up, and when prices go up by too much, people get worried because it means they cannot by as much stuff with the money. They make it their jobs, and it's just really unsettling and Sebastian's is a big reason this kept happening was that the country's central Bank was not doing a very good job. The Ecuadorian central Bank had the ability to. Print money like any other central Bank. And when it printed too much money that meant there were too many sucrose this flowing out around in the economy to be spent on the same number of goods. So the price of those goods went way up that is inflation. So would Ecuador did is that it central Bank could not discipline itself and more than that pretty much responded to the will of quality, which is very different from what we do in this country where the Federal Reserve is a independent entity. And where the members of the fed kind of be fired at least not easily by the executive the president. So that wasn't happening Ecuador. So they were printing too much money, and they were abused a central Bank was abusing its power. And generating these burst of inflation. Every so often Ecuador wanted to end these bursts of inflation. So it's politicians looked at another Latin American country that also uses the US dollar. Panama and Ecuador's politicians noticed at Panama did not have these inflation problems the way Ecuador did. And they figured we can do that too. So they did now beyond also asked us how did they get all the dollars down there? That is a great question. Remember Ecuador cannot create US dollars only the US can create US dollars. So Ecuador had to bring US dollars in from the US. Here Sebastian that is generally done through an agreement between the local authorities and the Federal Reserve so the dollars are shipped in and they are put into eighty ends and into banks, and then people have a period of time when they can exchange at a given ratio their local currency the sucre for dollars. Yeah. But there's another important question here, which is doesn't Ecuador have to. To pay for those new dollars. The answer is yes, when you don't have guarantee of your own, and you use the dollar you cannot print dollars. If you're Ecuador quitter so in order to get more dollars, you need to sell to the US more bananas or more chocolate Ecuador has wonderful chocolate industry that it's being developed now or you have to sell more oil than would import. So you have to run a surplus in your international trade in order to get in more dollars than what you're paying out. So that the economy can expand and have more dollar liquid. In other words, Ecuador gets these new US dollars by selling its goods outside of the country in exchange for US dollars things like oil mainly, but yeah. Other stuff like chocolate and bananas. And you know, what dollarisation? Has mostly worked out for Ecuador inflation has been low and stable ever since Ecuador made the switch and as Sebastian told us he learned from his recent trip. Ecuadorian seemed to be pretty fine with it. I asked to everyone I met waiters and waiters in restaurants taxi drivers, everyone whether they wanted to back to the Sukree, and I could not find a single per node one, and maybe a couple of theoretically collumnist, but common people in the streets of Ecuador. Just don't want to do it. They are happy with the way the system is working. They like stability and predictability prices are not going to double overnight or in a year time, I say did in the past younger also asked if Ecuador having dollars affects the money supply in the United States and the short answer is not that much. The Federal Reserve is supposed to create an appropriate amount of dollars for the US con. Emme and some of those dollars do end up in Ecuador. And then they stay in Ecuador, which does make the federal little trickier. But the US economy is almost two hundred times bigger than Ecuador's economy. So in practice, it just doesn't make that much of a difference. Finally, Bianca asked us why other countries don't also switch to the US dollar. Now, remember using the US dollar. Now means that Ecuadorian politicians cannot print more money whenever they want. That is what led to all the inflation. But win their economy is in recession that is when you want to be able to print more money to get the economy moving again like we did in this country during the financial crisis Ecuador can't do that. So it's recessions might be deeper and might last longer when things start going bad other countries did not want to give up that option to fight a recession the way Ecuador did. So it's a tradeoff switching to the dollar can bring more stability, especially to countries with bad central banks. But it can also mean sacrificing the ability to. Your own economy when things get bad, and that's it. That's what we found. So we wanted to call Bianca up and give her our answer. Hey beyond Bianca. Hello. Hey, how's it going? Okay. So did we answer your question? Yes. Was there? Interesting and we had so much been looking for the answers innkeeper answering. My question.

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"suka" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast

MedTech Talk Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast

"I S dot net. Sierra gender will have a usually have a number of larger players from tech pharma there. So you certainly should check it out as well. So then gonna tapping on a trip eleven in Boston go to h s dot net. Check out the agenda and the speaker list now, let's get back into this conversation. So can you tell us a little bit more about the clinical trial design? Well, interestingly when we when we structured the the radiance age T on trial design there it's two trials within one. So there's the one trial, which you know, the FDA recommended back in twenty four team, which is the mild to moderate patient population that comes off their medication, but we also structure the trial based off of Michelle Z's, gainer HD end called trio ratings in trio and in the resistant hypertensive patient population. And that was the one that, you know, super really believed in that everyone really believed was the critical one. And and we weren't sure what was going to happen in two mile in the mild to moderate patient population, which you call solo, and as it turns out we were able to run solo much much faster given the size of the population and the ability to attract patients there faster. So it wasn't sure. But as we saw those results, it became very clear that. It made a lot of sense, of course, to move this forward as quickly as possible it made sense for stupid to to take control of record. And so that we can work together and have the resources necessary to move this forward, you know, globally at this point. And what was the acquisition mean for the record team for the company for Suka going forward? How will you all work together? So, you know, I think what's what's what's fascinating here is you have a few different major areas converging. You know? One. Is you have a new entrant in the med tech space? No suco, which I think is important, of course for the field going forward. You have a potential new area of interventional medicine year with renal generation which act, and of course, we'll take a lot of work to be developed and also what's unusual in this acquisition. Normally when you get acquired the the larger entity has the resources to to move it forward and doesn't need you anymore. But in this case we. Can remain within a so who doesn't have a medical device business to to pull us up into. So we're all planning to stay and try and and move this forward. I think it's an incredibly exciting time. It's unusual in your career that you have the opportunity to not only participate in new area of interventional medicine..

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"suka" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"suka" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Before we put an end to two man show secreta Suka from India, wrote in about our discussion on net flicks and how it's going more international and they right. There's one curious thing about bilingual multi-lingual people here in India, which is they grew up watching a lot of English content which was predominantly American. We also grow up around a lotta continents dubbed the way round. So Jurassic Park in Hindi or Tamil. For example, these movies are consumed ironically, by some of the populations, the dubbing news, poor quality, and hence laris. It will be fun to have much more of that content to watch on platforms like Netflix, and then aside, he's noticed a change in how I speak. Quite often. Apparently I break into a staccato pause after each word way of speaking, which is weird and air like a, maybe we'd like to look at how technology is impacting our intonation and cadence might be fun. I guess I do a little bit. I think you do actually just given the game way. Everybody else is still this week, and it's just me in an hour I talking, yes, I am actually dead and this is a Vance, a speaking, what the problem is too quickly. I think when I try to slow it down, I sound a little bit like a robot, my bad, maybe just don't speak up some feedback from Simon who's been listening to a number shows while driving through France? Probably on a holiday. Sounds very nice. He says as much. All the us for goodness sake. Give him a microphone microphone. This week is this known here? We do have four Mark funds for recording the show. Sometimes we have a bit of problem with the levels. Hopefully this week it's been a bit better. We've taken a look at it like twiddled Matt's knob, so to speak. So he now should be coming through loud and clear and one last feedback, man, you want to read out this one from Alex, who writes in about our debate on how schools are being disrupted, which we talked about a couple of weeks ago and studio was in the UK. An Alex writes the with the rollout of the new GPS's were meant to be a rollout of technical awards qualifications as well. They were credited so they don't actually count towards league tables. Alex as and the purpose of these qualifications was to bring these Judea schools with a new curriculum. But essentially it's put lot more stress and pressure on the teachers about to change their lessons. Students ended up being a different qualification and different things to what they were potentially spoke to be adding extra. Layer of stress and confusion disruptions, fine. You just need a really good plan. If you didn't go in and play around with people's educations, that's it from the two men show Vicki and Matt on back in the office next week. So we'll be back up to full complement of four podcast presenters few next week. Apologies again for missing one show. I'm now fit as a fiddle and we will have, as I said, four complement back next week, but for me a mountain, that's it for this week. Bye. Bye. Bye..

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"suka" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Episode is brought to you by salsa salsa. You can dance to it and you can eat it. Sausa- find it somewhere. Let's get on with the show bitch. Yeah. See. Recall Suka Suka. Can you say that. Right. I couldn't hear you. I'm glad I did it to be quite honest ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to episode twenty seven of the everyman show. I'm your host John every sitting with me, it's missed the good night. I'm glad you back man feels like the good old. The shot at a way convey man weekend. Yes, sadaqa Lincoln v. Vee studios for loudness to do another fabulous episode in here. Sit in with us again is our newest member of the show somewhat knew now, sea bass. How're you doing bro? Everything. Good, amazing. All right, man, I love the dolphins hat, man. I didn't have a chance to make a comment about it, but I like it thins up. I'm glad all day row all day. We're gonna have great season. Lions herself. Our sound guy, there are foolish producer noodles. I got the guys in the background. Go, fuck yourself. Walters always makes me feel good every time. Say it on this show shot was yeah, whatever. And may I wouldn't talking about this. I told him outside and we were talking about it every time I am excited to have the guest we have in this show today with us, man, I feel like he's a. A Miami legend, especially in the comedy world fuss man year Freddie stebbins people. We got Freddie. Stabbing, how's the house today? Do. Thanks man. Honor to be here with this Fekete incredible. Can I say the f. word here? Whatever you wanna say, man, you get invent words and their acceptable we do. I'm just happy to be here. John. You have always been one of the most mediocre comedians in Miami. I, I just to me this is giving back so. And guess what? Now you're part of my mediocre podcasts. I appreciate the support. Listen, everybody go the everyone that's like, come to our show. Man. We have been so supportive. They know we only got four point, seven people listening on the world who's the point seven. What happened to the point? Three will this little people you gotta count them all. They don't count fully as one, but you know, they're, they're now John. You have one of the best you're, I'm happy to be here and thank you for having me. Thank you for having me. Yes, man, you know, it wasn't sooner. I had a thing with the baby and the Bubba, and I had a cold in the parking spot and something happened to pay the parking ticket. But here I'm here now. Yes, yes, I've believe it or not that same excuses where everyone is giving me every time they say they can't make seriously man. I know it is a mission to even you come today, but I know that we've missed you on some amazing situations. One, you were busy doing a show which will get into a little bit here real quick. I know you were busy there, but the other time I was like, you know what? You told me what happened. I wear shades and I walk off the same platform. And you how the fuck did you go in hurt your foot coming off like a one foot stage?.

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"suka" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

"And they have to and no no darcus on that on that particular yeah once in a while the wires get crossed but i try and keep it straight so one of the things as you know rice as you know when it's just you get is yet to be to be good is to always reading always be studying across the stuff and obviously you just told fat somebody also ryan here as kind of into almost getting this too you kind of interest you you work your early stuff in what you're doing these days shirts great question i think it's critical for whether really doesn't matter what your art is to consume other stuff frfr ably not in your medium of choice at that moment this is just my opinion because it's you know if i'm working superhero comics all in reading your superhero comics it's very easy to become influenced by by that so for me it's film a lot of times i'm a huge terry gilliam fan and i think that influenced a lot of my early work in continues to fisher king is one of my favorite movies of all time so robin williams also just as an actor stuff he did what writers coffee not to sandal haughty but it was really important to me just as a as a young person in college who are becoming exposed to things that was that was really he was really influential for me i love in margaret ted suka.

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"suka" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Can west khloe that she would he set free live suka please hundred actually.

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"suka" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on Around the Rim

"That is so awesome coach you have been amazing quake are you say last what cup overflows no my cup overflows they do we are we have been blessed by your presence now one quick question i have to ask you what are you gonna do with asia wilson gonna player we're gonna player especially tell you she's a young lady i think is a player of the year and the entire women's basketball coaches association out of everybody ever played key is the number one player and i have such respect for her for such respect for dawn but i think that in order to show our respect is that we give our best effort and and she's gonna do what she does and we're going to try to do what we can do but we know that we can't stop are we just going to try to help the container it's just a little bit hey i love new york versus philly nobody's backing down in this head coach is max affect me if i did so i gotta respect gave her my respect like even in my best effort thank you so much for your time coach good luck we will be watching you and your team thank you thank you bus your heart lady thank you hey basketball fan stay right where you are because coming up after the break we will have central michigan head coach suka vara who was going to tell us a little bit about what geez oh pete has mitts in her coaching career but don't forget we want to hear from you on social media you can reach us with hashtag around the rim i am atla china robinson to rica is at she knows sports underscore please download us and subscribe and comment and rate using the espn app you can also subscribe on the apple podcast app and remember that we are on sirius xm seven am channel eighty four on sunday mornings stay where you are with more around the rim after the.

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"suka" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Oh oh of is what this shows a recommended yet to it's called end of the fucking world on netflix exhausted already both holding amazing it's nasal fucking good idea it's crazy here i haven't felt anything in a long time and this show made you feel some act like they do i like i've never felt so clearly attached to like the actors before yep you know they're so good that's would so very one doesn't know i'm kind of adding stuff to sukhi and that's the show that may be one and stuff oh really yeah i wi i watched that and i was like suka needs to be better really yep because that was a one exceptional their accommodate yet wholly fawqa everything there and you're so pissed when it ends really or me on my i wanted to keep going there but it was like is so episode seem rather short of their only twenty three minutes now it's it's like not that short in the tree grand scheme of but he has seemed really short because i wanted to keep going yep yep was there holden one of really game so i'm not going to say anything about it because i want to ruin if a watch it as i can lock in rural you world you know um the main actress how forgot why are literally instagram and her bio is i'm actually 25 i don't fucking know either like basically she looks like a kid yeah but she's 25 really romance adult how old he i think he's older he was actually using something i things and like an episode of black mirror really yeah something oh yeah he's in the thumbnail for one of the year when the yellow glasses wherever yeah yup yup it has great he's fought beret murdered in these great everyone go watch that that will do that is a story of will i feel like they hit all the lake it sounds corn isn't so corny but like all those like moments that you feel like when you think you're in love with somebody they nailed though so good so for in preah absolutely like whenever yeah i again our we say anything about it but it's it's cool in the way and they also.

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"suka" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Their pills on schedule opening up a new avenue for monitoring medicine compliance that could be applied in other therapeutic areas now shares in of suka rose two point five percent on tuesday after news of vis fda report on monday so with those of you guys who have at add that made money good i i all i i get the stuff too late and i never make money on stocks are horrible of that i just do some index mutual funds and i just pray that i will the lottery that's odyssey my plan a you know or maybe i'll mary up later you know i don't know what i'm gonna do that the answer sorry i love corey i love my husband and i just you know he's not rich i you know so i got to have the figure out i don't want to be rich it's not about the rich it's just i'm going to have to stop working of actually i'm work hollick but you know at some point you know the hemorrhoids going to keep the day i have not going to be able to go to work with the prolapse uterus or whatever the hell is going to happen to me and so i wanna know that my chocolate habits by you know needs eating habits i could pay for my internet i'm worried about that kind of stuff you know i don't have to mary richards just want to make sure i you know and as social security socket exists that'll be true i have somebody you can you know support me it's okay to think that i'm not you know all right so uh the fda said that i'm not going to the topic this is very much the topic we're talking about pills of market at all all measures the empty said the vedial to track ingestion of medicines prescribed for mental illness may be useful for some patients although the ability of the kitchen appealed to.

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"suka" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"suka" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Says switches on on its which at that's misprint boko suka wars to of playstation 4 chaos semicolon child and playstation foreign vida anytime there is a semicolon in the words are show together you bet your assets come to read a summary xbox one playstation 4 heck's card clashed playstation 4 the jack box party pactfor xbox one ps4 megatonne rainfall and here again no he no heroes allowed vr playstation vr some nights six lost borders playstation 4 vita halo recruit on pc luna on pc in torque l physics modified addition xbox one than in terms of new dates arc survival evolved is getting an xbox one x patch on october 25th if you plan to play that and get that patch get on it tougher reader male andrew jackson with knock outs g who's gonna take us to task and a serious question okay this isn't a question but i wanted to respectfully say i feel like you andrea handled the naughty dog topic poorly yesterday you both made it seemed like naughty like statement was the best option to make our shooter one the talking me greg there's always saying how businesses and people should communicate clearly an indepth and situations that serious a sexual harassment allegation is a serious allegation way more serious than stupid loop boxes are poor online servers we didn't need to hear naughty dogs lawyers talk for them we need to hear naughty dog talk sincerely about the matter you an andrea both went on talked about other situations and that was so disappointing for me it's so wrong that your reaction was quote i'm biased towards both sides unquote you should never got fandom or existing relationships new your opinions by snus is what allows these allegations to continue to happen.

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