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As I said they are all in Korean, we not only have to go through this digital media and get what we can, but then we have to go through the long process of getting it translated," Hanley said. Hanley believes the public is not at risk. Shin's remains
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Personnel: Angel Grant (vocals); Nicholas Raths, David Barry, Mike Scott (guitar); Thomas Kornacker, Hanley Daws, Tom Kornacker, Leslie Shank, Carolyn Daws (violin); Alice Preves, Tamas Strasser (viola); Joshua Koestenbaum, Daryl Skobba (cello); Kenny Holmen (flute); Stevie Wonder (harmonica); James Big Jim Wright (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, sound effects); Morris Day (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Alexander Richbourg (drum programming). Audio Mixers: Alan Myerson; Steve Hodge. Recording information: Flyte Tyme studios, Edina, MN. Photographers: Rebecca Blake; James Hicks. Unknown Contributor Roles: Sushi; Mooki; Debo? ; Sprout. Arrangers: Jimmy Jam; Terry Lewis. The superstar production team Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, known for producing hits for Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige and numerous others, put together the debut album from Angel Grant, a sweet-voiced, lyrically centered artist. Grant explores diverse issues on her album, with songs like Lil' Red Boat, which speaks of maintaining self-determination and faith while navigating sometimes-troubled waters, and Anyway, which finds Grant educating a slick-talking player. Stevie Wonder makes an appearance on harmonica on the beautiful I'm In Love With You. Grant even takes a shot at alternative R & B with Illusions, a guitar-based song that sounds as if it could be from Alana Davis or Fiona Apple. With such a strong production team behind her, the sky is the limit for this Angel.
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Over the past decade, Canada has experienced considerable growth in labour migration. Moreover, temporary labour migration has replaced permanent immigration as the primary means by which people enter Canada. Utilizing the rhetoric of maintaining competitiveness, Canadian employers and the state have ushered in an era of neoliberal migration alongside an agenda of austerity flowing from capitalist crisis. Labour markets have been restructured to render labour more flexible and precarious, and in Canada as in other high-income capitalist labour markets, employers are relying on migrant and immigrant workers as unfree labour. This book explores labour migration to Canada and how public policies of temporary and guest worker programs function in the global context of work and capitalist restructuring. Contributors are directly engaged with the issues emerging from the influx of temporary foreign workers and Canada?s creeping economic apartheid?the ongoing racialization of economic inequality for many workers of colour. The collection also examine how migrant and immigrant workers have organized for justice and dignity in Canada. As opposed to a good deal of current writing that often ignores the working conditions and struggles of racialized migrant and immigrant workers, the authors contend that migrant workers, labour organizations, and migrant worker allies have engaged in a wide range of organizing initiatives with significant political and economic impacts. These have included both court challenges to secure legal rights to unionization and grassroots alternatives to traditional forms of unionization through workers? centres. Contributors include Aziz Choudry, Adrian A. Smith, Sedef Arat-Ko? Abigail B. Bakan, Joey Calugay, Jennifer Jihye Chun, Jill Hanley, Jah-Hon Koo, Mostafa Henaway, Deena Ladd, Marco Luciano, Lo?c Malhaire, Adriana Paz Ramirez, Geraldina Polanco, Chris Ramsaroop, Eric Shragge, Sonia Singh, Christopher C. Sorio, and Mark Thomas.
"This paper is a critique of strategic operational gaming ... [and] deals with two topics : ... the limits and validity of knowledge derived from operational gaming [and] the use of free-form gaming involving humans in formulating national security policy"--Abstract.
Both our under-16 and under-14 sides were eliminated from their respective leagues but there was some compensation in the fine performance of the under-10 sides in their two games to date. JOHNVILLE 1: CLONMEL 1. This game was big disappointment for our lads. Earlier in the season they had decisively beaten Johnville and although still short a few players they were expected to gain the victory they needed to win the championship. Clonmel did look to be achieving their ambition for a long time in this game as they held a one goal advantage up to about fifteen minutes from the end. Tom Halpin it was who had scored from the penalty spot after the same player had been fouled by the keeper. Johnville put on terrific pressure alter the interval but equally great defensive work by Olly Power, Bradley Devine and keeper McDonagh kept them at bay until their vital score by Tommy Keane. Johnville played great stuff from this to the end and gave little chance to Clonmel to score again. Wexford came determined to win this one and left little doubt about their physical superiority and they crushed their way to a clear-cut victory. Clonmel opened in low gear and found themselves groping as the surged forward for scores. ‘Keeper Hanley was in fine form and needed to be as the defence was stretched to the full. Only one goal came in the first half when weak kick out was snapped up by a Wexford player who sent the left winger in to score. Two quick goals early in the second half made Clonmel’s task impossible but they tried hard. Ronan Dougan scored from the penalty spot and although Wexford scored twice again it was Clonmel who had the last say when Paddy O’Reilly’ scored direct from a free outside the area. MILL ROVERS O. CLONMEL 4. VILLA 1. There’s little doubting the strength and football ability of this talented young side. They led one-nil at half-time but when Villa equalised soon afterwards, it appeared that the lads were in trouble. However great work by Walshe, Lambe and McCarthy paved the way for some grand scores. Goal scoring hero was John Laste who had a hat-trick in each game and looked every inch a top class player in the making. He got good support from Ryan on the left wing who helped himself to two goals while Walshe and Fox also scored. The players involved were: Mark O’Connell, Jimmy Keane, Billy Corbett, Robert Twomey, Pat Norris Willie McCarthy, Paul McGabhann, Derek Lambe, Gerard Walshe, Thomas Fox, John Laste, Cyril Donovan and Michael Ryan. The under-10 side will be busy again this week with the return fixtures against the sides they beat last week. Word has come through that the Nenagh-Tipperary Co. semi-final of the Community Games competition was played on Sunday evening we can expect, the final to played shortly.
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