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Tim Merriman talks story with heritage interpretation professionals from all over the world. In his 50+ year career as a heritage interpreter, Tim has been a park ranger, nature center director, and national recreation area research manager. From 1995 to 2012, he was Executive Director of National Association for Interpretation, the professional organization for guides and interpreters in the United States. He has been a motivational speaker, trainer, and planner in 26 countries and all 50 s ...
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This unique (sometimes funny, sometimes serious) podcast focuses on supporting signed language interpreters in the European countries by creating a place with advice, tips, ideas, feelings and people to come together. Interpreter's Workshop with Tim Curry deals with the fact that many countries do not have education for sign language interpreters. Here we talk to sign language interpreters, teachers, and researchers, to look at the real issues and share ideas for improvement from many countr ...
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Focusing on, but not limited to, Alameda County California attorneys, we meet and get to know practicing attorneys, people connected to the legal profession, and those affected by the justice system. How they got there, what they're doing, how they experience the practice of law and their connection to it.
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Ed Goldman is a longtime newspaper and magazine columnist, the author of five books and creator of The Goldman State, a three-times-a-week online column with subscribers in 40 states, Canada and Europe. A professional playwright, composer and painter, Ed has also taught journalism at five California Universities and community colleges. His bucket list includes becoming the victim of a corporate takeover. This podcast is an extension of his unique take on the world around us and his interpret ...
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Let’s rethink the way we ”save our stuff.” Lindsey Smith, Exhibitsmith, helps people interpret, preserve, and better understand the objects that make up our world. If you have a lot of stuff, this might feel overwhelming. But believe it or not, Lindsey truly believes that artifact and heirloom preservation can be both easy and fun. She invites you to sit back, relax, and listen to her professional thoughts, personal musings, and the ridiculous stories that she’s encountered while on – and of ...
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Ms. InterPReted

Fletcher Marketing + PR

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Public Relations stands as one of the most misunderstood, misinterpreted areas of business and organizational management. With Fletcher Marketing PR Founder and CEO Kelly Fletcher and Senior Strategist Mary Beth West, we’re here to turn around PR’s own bad PRess, cut through the nomenclature, and demystify public relations as the best pathway to create, grow and amplify the roots of positive management, communications, culture and careers -- for success that matters.
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This podcast interviews the best experts in the world to bring emerging themes in athletic performance, neurology, sleep physiology and medicine. Louisa regularly consults for technology development companies, professional athletic organizations and consults with the biggest names in NBA, MLB and NFL. Louisa is on the scientific advisory board of Tonal, Hone Health, Klora and Momentous. Find Louisa on Instagram @louisanicola_
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It’s never been a more exciting time to be a radiologist as technology is advancing rapidly, access to imaging is expanding, and patients rely on a high-quality interpretation to guide their care journey. At the same time, the field faces challenges: Recruiting and retaining radiology talent, keeping pace with rising imaging volumes, delivering consistent high quality care, and staying current with changes in technology. Join host Daniel Arnold as he talks with experts in radiology, technolo ...
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Rounding Up

MLC - Mike Wallus

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Welcome to Rounding Up, the professional learning podcast brought to you by The Math Learning Center. Two things have always been true in education: Ongoing professional learning is essential, and teachers are extremely busy people. Rounding Up is a podcast designed to provide meaningful, bite-sized professional learning for busy educators and instructional leaders. I'm Mike Wallus, vice president for educator support at The Math Learning Center and host of the show. In each episode, we'll e ...
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The ATA Podcast

American Translators Association

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ATA is a professional association founded to advance the translation and interpreting professions and foster the professional development of individual translators and interpreters.
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Fertility podcast for ART professionals. Topic reviews for reproductive endocrinology and infertility - REI - fellows and specialists, OBGYNs, coffee talks with world-renowned assisted reproduction technology experts, and human reproduction journal clubs on key and current issues in the field of reproductive medicine and IVF.
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In Other Words

Berthine Crevecoeur West

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In Other Words is a weekly podcast for Interpreters and Healthcare Professionals, where we will discuss everything from language, culture, diversity, healthcare, current events and interpreter education, one episode at a time. Every Monday at 10 AM (Eastern).
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Natural Order Podcast

Brian D. O'Leary & Adam Haman

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The Natural Order Podcast examines our world using the lenses of: political philosophy, economics, history, and the nature of humanity. Hosts and independent media personalities, Adam Haman and Brian O'Leary, collaborate weekly using these "lenses" as a way to interpret today's world. Haman is a 30-year veteran of the professional poker world and is now in leadership at the Libertarian Party of Nevada. O'Leary operates briandoleary.com and hosts The Brian D. O'Leary Show which brings the lis ...
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Swallow the Gap

Tim Stockdale, SLPD, CCC-SLP

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A pivotal podcast on a mission to improve medical intervention for patients with swallowing disorders (dysphagia). Primarily intended for medical speech-language pathologists (SLP) and also relevant for professionals and students involved in pulmonology, otolaryngology, gerontology, nutrition, rehabilitation sciences, and various other areas of healthcare. Join us as a force for change by inspiring critical thinking, facilitating discussion, and stimulating professional development for those ...
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Classical Podcasts

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We are convinced that lovers of classical music include people who are always looking for(1) music that they have not heard before that might attract them, and (2) the best performance of music that they are familiar with and already enjoy.This website was created to help these music lovers achieve both goals. We are uniquely able to fulfill this mission because we bring together two exceptional resources that are not available on any other classical music website: (1) a classical music reco ...
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Disclaimer The information provided in these podcasts is for entertainment purposes only. Views expressed in all my podcast is my own beliefs experiences and interpretation. The podcast information is not professional advice. We take no responsibility for the listener/reader's actions but encourages each member to seek professional help with a licensed marriage therapist in your area. We strive to provide to our listener/readers accurate information that can help them learn more about the to ...
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Join me as I share life and leadership lessons from video games, using my method of "Allegamy" - the interpretation of a video game to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a personal development or moral one. More lessons on http://ClassicallyTrained.net
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Med Conceptions

Andreas Samoutis

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Med Conceptions is a video podcast hosted by Andreas Samoutis a UCL Medical Student, with guests from all around the healthcare spectrum, shedding light on common medical misconceptions and sharing valuable knowledge on leading a healthy, and mindful life.*Disclaimer: The information provided is no substitute for professional medical advice. No liability is accepted as a consequence of any actions taken by any individual in response to this podcast. It is strongly recommended that you indepe ...
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All things music and movies related plus whatever else we think is interesting. From games to mowing the lawn....okay maybe not the lawn but lets not rule it out. Let’s talk about EVERYTHING!
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The Spanish Language Division (SPD) is the American Translators Association (ATA)’s largest division. With over 4,000 members around the world, we help the world to connect in Spanish.The aim of this PODCAST is to help you move forward, evolve and improve your business and your lifestyle as a language professional.Throughout these episodes, the members of the ATA Spanish Division and special guests will share ideas and actionable strategies for greater motivation, creativity, communication a ...
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Translators on Air

Dmitry Kornyukhov and Elena Tereshchenkova

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#TranslatorsOnAir is a dynamic duo of Dmitry Kornyukhov and Elena Tereshchenkova. We love our profession so much, we want to talk about it. Learn more and subscribe: http://translatorsonair.com #TranslatorsOnAir is the first live talk show about the translation profession and translators. Why do this? Well, we feel like this is a perfect opportunity to meet amazing people and learn something new.
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Welcome to "Beyond the Dashboard" - your one-stop podcast for all things related to KPIs and metrics in the Managed Service Provider (MSP) space. In today's data-driven world, we understand that numbers matter. But what matters even more is understanding those numbers and knowing how to leverage them for the growth of your MSP business. That's where we come in. Every week, we delve into the vast sea of data and bring you insightful discussions about the key performance indicators (KPIs) that ...
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Welcome to Meet the Translator! I'm Dot Roberts and I chat with a different translator each episode, getting to know them, hearing their story and covering various topics related to translation. Whether you are new to the translation industry, an experienced translator or just curious about the subject, join me as we delve into different areas of translation and learn more about our wonderful colleagues.
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Seth and Sam join forces to create a collaborate series dedicated to Trend Following from the Retail perspective. Join them along their individual journeys while they seek to help others start and evolve as well. They discuss their interpretation and implementation of Trend Following in their own retail accounts as indirectly learned from industry professionals and subject-matter. Trend Following is used by many professional money managers and investors, but you, the retail individual, can a ...
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It’s hard to keep up with everything going on in the diving industry. To be a successful dive professional you need to be in the know. Join industry leader Tec Clark every week as he explores the latest in diving industry resources that make you excellent at teaching techniques, risk management and the business of diving. If you want to succeed as a dive professional this is the podcast for you.
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The Why Hunter

Joel Nagelbush

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The Why Hunter is a podcast where I discuss the need for Purpose in a person's life and how finding purpose allows us to manage change! Join me to Hunt, find, discuss, analyze, and interpret Why! We have an open dialog on the Purpose/Why of the world! We cover all the angles of Why! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thewhyhunter/support
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Shoveling Smoke

Frantz Ward LLP

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Shoveling Smoke – A Frantz Ward Lawcast is a podcast series created by Frantz Ward LLP, a full-service law firm in Cleveland, Ohio. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes said that "lawyers spend a great deal of their time shoveling smoke." One interpretation of his remark is that lawyers take a vague concept or principle and give it shape, clearing away the smoke. Our podcast series focuses on current legal issues and news items that may affect your business, your community or you as a ...
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Welcome to What Supp with MY bloodwork ?! The podcast where margarine ISN'T a food, and aspirin is NOT a vitamin! I am your host, Dr. Kathy Yuhasz, Chiropractor and providing comprehensive blood and hair analysis for over 20 years, and I'm thrilled to take you on this journey of decoding health and wellness. In each episode, we are here to strip away the guesswork, exploring how getting the correct testing can lead to informed decision-making regarding health and wellness. At What Supp with ...
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Stanford Legal

Stanford Law School

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Law touches most aspects of life. Here to help make sense of it is the Stanford Legal podcast, where we look at the cases, questions, conflicts, and legal stories that affect us all every day. Stanford Legal launched in 2017 as a radio show on Sirius XM. We’re now a standalone podcast and we’re back after taking some time away, so don’t forget to subscribe or follow this feed. That way you’ll have access to new episodes as soon as they’re available. We know that the law can be complicated. I ...
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Do you want to go from dreading emergencies to feeling confident and ready to jump into action to rescue your patient? Well, this show will let you see emergencies unfold through the eyes of a Rapid Response Nurse. With real life stories from the frontlines of nursing, host Sarah Lorenzini MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, a Rapid Response Nurse and educator, shares her experiences at rapid response events and breaks down the pathophysiology, pharmacology, and the important role the nurse plays during eme ...
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The Wedding MC Experience 🎙👑

The Wedding MC Experience 🎙

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The Wedding MC Experience is a fun podcast hosted by professional Wedding MC King Karl & his wonderful, super supportive better half, and health enthusiast Queen Misty. With more than 450 wedding receptions completed, King Karl has had his fair share of intriguing situations, however this show isn’t just about wedding shenanigans. This show features shared experiences on topics anywhere from life, love, and drama to success, health, family and relationships. If you love true transparency fro ...
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Interior Design Beat

Steven C. Adamko - Interior Designer, Speaker, and Author

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Professional Interior Designer Steven Adamko is The Voice of the Interior Design Beat Podcast. Listen to Candid commentary on various interior design subjects and topics including the good, the bad, and the ugly. Telling you like it really is! Giving you the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so you don’t have to hope you are lucky in any type of interior design situation. Steve is dedicated to giving you a healthy dose of Interior Design Commentary, Critique, Interpretation, and Analysi ...
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Very Vedic©

Matt Ringrose

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Welcome to Very Vedic©. A knowledge podcast that answers the questions we all have about life today, using the oldest wisdom on the planet — the ancient Vedic texts from India, The Vedas.Host and founder of Bondi Meditation Centre, Matt Ringrose, has been teaching Vedic Meditation for a decade and has been using this ancient wisdom to support his students along the way. The more he teaches this knowledge, the more he appreciates its relevance in the world today. It’s so easy to understand an ...
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Awakened and Unfiltered - For Women, Grieving, Self Consciousness, Spiritual Gifts, How to Meditate, Synchronicities

Mari Bailey - Mindset Coach, Spiritual Mentor, Motivational Speaker, Spiritual Entrepreneur, Intuitive Medium, Teacher, Intentional Living, Building Habits

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Are you a woman navigating grief with a longing within you to deepen your connection with those in heaven? Do you wish communication was simple (without having to worry about crystals or tarot cards)? Are you searching through Google trying to find the meaning of another dream, another angel number? Are you feeling overwhelmed with which interpretation and meaning relates to you? I am so excited you’re here! In this podcast, I help you develop a deeper understanding of yourself, restore peac ...
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Go behind the scenes of all your favorite theme parks with candid interviews from the people who work there. If they worked at a park, then they have stories, and those stories are right here, on Theme Park Legends! WordPress site
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Psychic Visions

Jason Zuk and Megan Kane

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Psychic best friends and Hosts, Jason Zuk and Megan Kane invite you to delve into the supernatural and metaphysical worlds. Have you ever experienced deja-vu or thought about someone, and then they message or call you? Maybe you have walked into an old building, and get goosebumps or chills down your spine? Chances are, you're having spiritual experiences without even realizing it. To some, these signs are mere coincidences, but to those who have had a "spiritual awakening", we know there's ...
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April Fools!!! OK, not really. No, really. Maybe. Humor is a fun and challenging thing to interpret. Shall we discuss it more? Yes! In this combination episode of Tips and Comedy, we'll explore the fun topic of humor, specifically how to interpret it. Or at least, how we need to make it work just as well as any other message we interpret. Enjoy thi…
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Rounding Up Season 2 | Episode 16 – Strengthening Tasks Through Student Talk Guests: Dr. Amber Candela and Dr. Melissa Boston Mike Wallus: One of the goals I had in mind when we first began recording Rounding Up was to bring to life the best practices that we aspire to in math education and to offer entry points so that educators would feel comfort…
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lovethylawyer.com A transcript of this podcast is available at lovethylawyer.com. Go to https://www.lovethylawyer.com/blog for transcripts. Nabiel C Ahmed, is the owner and attorney of a solo law practice out of the San Francisco East Bay, mainly representing the rights of the criminally accused in Bay Area courtrooms. While defending his clients, …
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The Chemotherapy Toxicity Man (Chemo Tox Man), is a memory tool used to easily remember the main dose limiting side effects of various chemotherapies. Free Practice Material: https://app.wisdolia.com/deck-overview/nYkSPa93LkHe96LS7br8?r=AktEDxk84PSiR5geXURFJtHIG2G2?ref=rhesusmedicine Consider subscribing on YouTube (if you found any of the info use…
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Dr. Rena Malik is an accomplished urologist specializing in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (Urogynecology). She completed her medical schooling at New York University School of Medicine, followed by urologic residency at the University of Chicago and a fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Currently, …
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Todays guests Payton and Zach of Buckshot Princess. A very young band making very big moves. With recordings already in the bag and online. A viral cover song and some stead fast plans for the future. These 4 are making the climb and enjoying every minute of it. Growing up in small towns, band camps, playing shows and a ton more. Go catch this once…
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In a startling sample of patients, 67% of those with a modified diet and 61% of those with feeding tubes who were then assessed with FEES did not appear to even have dysphagia (Bice et al., 2024)! Soon to be Dr. Matthew Ward (🤞April 18th) and Tim discuss jarring data from Matt’s recent publication Dysphagia and Diets in Skilled Nursing Facilities W…
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It's MY turn, no....it's YOUR turn to talk. Today we get more answers from sign language interpreters on the questions below, today we get answers from Karolina and Filip in the Czech Republic. I gave them the same three questions from last episode to answer how they wanted. 1. What is one of the biggest challenges you have when it comes to working…
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Every day that you complete a shift is a day to celebrate because nursing is undoubtedly one of the hardest professions in the world, especially in the last few years. Burnout rates are extremely high, and for good reason, but there are ways to keep your passion for nursing even after decades in the field. In this milestone 100th episode of Rapid R…
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Join host Maria Ceballos-Wallis and guest Elizabeth Guinle-Salter, a seasoned medical interpreter and translator, in an in-depth discussion on the importance of vocal and hearing health for interpreters. Elizabeth highlights the impact of injuries on interpreters and the need for preventative care. Elizabeth Guinle-Salter (MAT&I, CMI, NAATI) is a N…
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Brynn Quick speaks with Dr Elizabeth Peterson about language ideologies and what we think when we hear different varieties of English. The conversation centers around Dr Peterson’s 2020 book Making Sense of 'Bad English': An Introduction to Language Attitudes and Ideologies (Routledge, 2019). The book discusses how the notions of “good” versus “bad…
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A candid conversation with renowned Sanskritist and online teacher Antonia Ruppel on her love of the language, teaching philosophy, views on academia, and online programs, here and here. Antonia Ruppel is a researcher on the project Uncovering Sanskrit Syntax. She did her PhD in Classics at the University of Cambridge and was subsequently the Towns…
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Professor Easha Anand, co-director of the Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, joins Professors Pam Karlan and Richard Thompson Ford, along with Gareth Fowler, JD '24, for a discussion about three cases that she argued before the Court this term, the people behind the case titles, and what it takes to represent them at the highest c…
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Bulimia Nervosa explained, including differences between Bulimia and Anorexia, as well as Bulimia symptoms. Also includes Bulimia Nervosa diagnostic criteria and treatment. Consider subscribing on YouTube (if you found any of the info useful!): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRks8wB6vgz0E7buP0L_5RQ?sub_confirmation=1 Patreon: https://www.patreon.…
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Brady Holmer received a Masters degree in Human Performance from the University of Florida in 2023. He is an endurance athlete and a full-time science writer and researcher. He currently lives in Austin Texas with his wife and 1-year-old son. In this episode we cover: Brady’s exploration of human performance science Effective ways to improve your V…
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When I Say SHO’ NUFF Y’all say SHO” NUFF. Today’s guest the almighty K.Toomer. A man who knows exactly what he wants and how to get it. Being rejected to many times will make a man find a new way to do things and that’s just what he did. Now he is one of Arkansas’s finest professional wrestlers. Get the whole scoop and then some right here. Links d…
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Ingrid Piller speaks with James McElvenny about his new book A History of Modern Linguistics: From the Beginnings to World War II (Edinburgh UP, 2024). This book offers a concise history of modern linguistics from its emergence in the early nineteenth century up to the end of World War II. Written as a collective biography of the field, it concentr…
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How can you prevent ~40 pneumonia cases and save $1.5 million in 1 year? Listen to find out! Join us today with three doctorate-level healthcare providers and an advanced practice nurse as we unravel startling data on the effect of oral hygiene on hospital-acquired pneumonia. Our expert guests will dive into how something as simple as improved oral…
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Who me?!! Yes, you! Today we get some thoughts from three sign language interpreters from three countries, Poland, the USA, and the United Kingdom. I gave them three questions to answer how they wanted. Now we hear their insightful responses. 1. What is one of the biggest challenges you have when it comes to working as a sign language interpreter? …
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Welcome back to the Meet the Translator podcast! ✨ I'm joined by YouTube sensation Adrian Probst and LinkedInfluencer star Kelsey Frick for an episode all about being a content creator in the translation industry. Listen along to find out what Kelsey and Adrian do, where they find their inspiration, and how being a content creator benefits their fr…
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Treating hyponatremia, a condition characterized by low sodium levels in the blood, can be both complicated and quite risky.. Disruptions to the delicate balance of sodium in the body can lead to a spectrum of outcomes, from an asymptomatic presentation to life-threatening seizures, coma, and death. Through the patient story of Mrs. Saltman, host S…
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Who among you would rather have a balanced breakfast than just a buffet of supplements instead? On the other hand, we wouldn’t mind the handful of supplements if we actually knew why and what we needed right? Natural colorings play a significant role in enhancing the visual appeal of supplements and food products, contributing to their marketabilit…
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Tom Cowper of Snohomish County in Washington state is Timʻs guest today on Reflections on Interpretation. Heʻs been a park ranger, off-road vehicle coordinator, nature center superintendent and park interpreter after a stint in the U.S. Army. In two weeks on April 18 I welcome James Mazigo is Timʻs guest, a guide with Regal African Safaris in Tanza…
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While the topic of relationships in professional sports teams is gaining greater attention from researchers and practitioners, the role that coach and athlete language plays in shaping these relationships remains largely unexplored. How Language Shapes Relationships in Professional Sports Teams: Power and Solidarity Dynamics in a New Zealand Rugby …
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Rounding Up Season 2 | Episode 15 – Making Sense of Story Problems Resources: Schema-Mediated Vocabulary in Math Word Problems Guest: Drs. Aina Appova and Julia Hagge Mike Wallus: Story problems are an important tool that educators use to bring mathematics to life for their students. That said, navigating the meaning and language found in story pro…
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lovethylawyer.com A transcript of this podcast is available at lovethylawyer.com. TRAVIS HOECHLIN RizeUpMedia https://www.rizeupmedia.com/ Travis Hoechlin explains the nuances of legal marketing, SEO, and other online tools that are critical to attracting clients to your website and firm. Born and raised in Southern California by an entrepreneurial…
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Dr. Sheri Dewan is a distinguished neurosurgeon based in Chicago, specializing in complex spine surgery and minimally invasive spine techniques. She holds board certifications in Neurological Surgery and is recognized for her expertise in spinal disorders and neurosurgical procedures. Dr. Dewan is dedicated to advancing neurosurgical practices thro…
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Today's guest a player and a teacher of drums Brandon Hall of The Espionage Act. Living the life where music is his passion and career. We get into the ins and outs of teaching, the newest gear on the market, promoting shows and so much more. Go check out his band if you haven't yet. If your kid needs lessons hit him up. Links down below for all th…
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Who knew a tent could be so exciting?! I certainly didn't. But the fourth graders did. Let’s talk about the power of authenticity. Authenticity is real. True. And when it comes to objects, it might just be what turns something ordinary into something extraordinary. On today’s episode, I’ll be sharing a very creative example of how one museum decide…
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"Natural flavors" is a term commonly found on food labels, often appearing innocuous and wholesome. However, its true meaning and implications can be far more complex. Today we delve into the intricacies of natural flavors:when you think "natural," you definitely think these flavors come from fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices, right? Right! How…
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Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, also known as “broken heart syndrome,” is hard to diagnose because its symptoms mimic more common conditions like acute coronary syndrome. This stress-induced cardiomyopathy presents a mysterious challenge to nurses, as you’ll hear in today’s patient story. Host Sarah Lorenzini shares the case of a patient who went from ex…
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The fascinating, untold story of how the Chinese language overcame unparalleled challenges and revolutionized the world of computing. A standard QWERTY keyboard has a few dozen keys. How can Chinese—a language with tens of thousands of characters and no alphabet—be input on such a device? In The Chinese Computer: A Global History of the Information…
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Dive into the complex history of America's drug war with George Fisher, former Massachusetts Attorney General and acclaimed scholar of criminal law. In his latest book, "Beware Euphoria," Fisher explores the moral and racial dimensions of drug prohibition, challenging conventional narratives. Join the conversation on Stanford Legal as Fisher discus…
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This is my 4 step morning routine that I have inputted over the last 2 - 3 months. Productivity is counterintuitive. You cannot build success without goals and you cannot work towards your goals without structure. NACC COURSE: https://www.neuroathletics.com.au/nacc YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@LouisaNicola The Neuro Athletics Newsletter Instag…
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In this episode, Daniel Arnold sits down with Dr. Richard Seguritan, a Diagnostic and Body Interventional Radiologist and the current Practice President of RP Sol, Radiology Partners. The conversation covers various aspects, including Dr. Seguritan’s decision to move from the northeast to a new city for leadership opportunities, the importance of n…
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In this special ‘Subject To Interpretation’ episode, host Maria Ceballos-Wallis talks to Eliane Sfeir-Markus in a deep dive into our upcoming Train the Trainer Workshop starting April 2nd. Discover all you need to know about this unique opportunity to learn the renowned DE LA MORA teaching methodology from Agustin de la Mora himself and Eliane Sfei…
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Dr. Shahin Ghadir is a renowned Los Angeles-based fertility specialist and a partner at the Huntington Reproductive Center. With dual board certifications in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, his expertise is widely acknowledged. Dr. Ghadir serves as an assistant clinical professor at UCLA and USC, contributi…
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Most that listen to this podcast may already be familiar with the story of My Hands To War. They’ve been a staple in the Arkansas music community for well over a decade so on this episode we flip the script and have Brandon Ringo from The Ringo Report sit in Cory’s chair while he chats with Cory and Justin about MHTW’s new record “Ursal Kingdom” an…
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This episode is a must-listen for those who dream big about inspiring positive change and for clinicians who may need a boost in their motivation. Sam Walker, an SLP and business owner, shares transformative lessons from her mother's 72-day hospitalization battling sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), and the rigors of invasive airwa…
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Podcast Editor, Liz McInnes, interviews author Armelle Grevot regarding their article, "Toxicologic Pathology Forum Opinion Piece: Use of Virtual Control Groups in Nonclinical Toxicity Studies: The Anatomic Pathology Perspective" which can currently be found in Volume 51, Issue 6 of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article…
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"Interpreter sense" is real! It tingles in the presence of spoken and signed nonsense! OK, maybe such a tingling is exactly true. You tell me. But in this episode, I'll tell you how I compare a designated sign language interpreter, a default interpreter, and a comfortable interpreter (when you have a client you see often). Should they be separated?…
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In this episode of the Meet the Translator podcast, I'm joined by Roberto Van Eyken, a translator who has had the unique opportunity to translate his own grandfather's literature. Listen along to find out about Roberto's path into translation and what it's like to translate something with such a personal and emotional aspect to it. We chat about th…
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Narratives of Mistranslation: Fictional Translators in Latin American Literature (Routledge, 2023) offers unique insights into the role of the translator in today’s globalized world, exploring Latin American literature featuring translators and interpreters as protagonists in which prevailing understandings of the act of translation are challenged …
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when you see the word "natural" on a product label, do you envision healthier, safer alternatives, or do you find yourself skeptical, questioning if it's just a clever marketing ploy? Are you drawn in by untouched landscapes and eco-friendly promises, or do you see past the facade, questioning the authenticity behind the label?Today, we delve deep …
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Part two of our crashing asthmatic series continues with a comprehensive look into what exactly happened in last week’s nightmare patient case. Host Sarah Lorenzini dives into the pathophysiology of status asthmaticus, explaining the physiological changes in the airways during severe asthma attacks and what makes these cases resistant to standard t…
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