Fielding – NMS Baseball http://nmsbaseball.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:17:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nmsbaseball.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-54-150x150.png Fielding – NMS Baseball http://nmsbaseball.com/ 32 32 A pillar of Hino recognized at the Australian Industry Awards https://nmsbaseball.com/a-pillar-of-hino-recognized-at-the-australian-industry-awards/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:17:27 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/a-pillar-of-hino-recognized-at-the-australian-industry-awards/ Hino Australia stalwart Kevin Fielding has been awarded Supplier of the Year at the 2022 Australian Industry Awards by the Bus Industry Confederation (BIC). At the event, Fielding was recognized for his outstanding contribution to the Australian bus industry over his […]]]>










Hino Australia stalwart Kevin Fielding has been awarded Supplier of the Year at the 2022 Australian Industry Awards by the Bus Industry Confederation (BIC).

At the event, Fielding was recognized for his outstanding contribution to the Australian bus industry over his career which spans over 50 years.

Award criteria include continued support of BIC and national associations, participation in association committees and working groups, and a minimum of ten years of involvement in the industry as a company or individual. .

Fielding served as a BIC advisor and member of several state association committees during his time at Hino Australia, and he will celebrate his 25th anniversary with the company next year.

“Receiving an award like this from my peers is truly an honor – I’m so lucky to work in an industry I love with people who are as passionate about it as I am,” he said. .

Bus for Hino Australia manager Sara Clark said the BIC Australian Industry Awards are an opportunity to recognize and reward excellence within the Australian bus and coach industry.

“Many companies in our industry strive for uncompromising excellence to deliver exceptional products and services to the Australian bus market, and only every two years are five national awards presented,” said she declared.

“I want to congratulate Kevin on behalf of the Hino Australia team.”











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Guess who’s back? The Academy announces the return of a range of cymbals for 2023 https://nmsbaseball.com/guess-whos-back-the-academy-announces-the-return-of-a-range-of-cymbals-for-2023/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 18:04:21 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/guess-whos-back-the-academy-announces-the-return-of-a-range-of-cymbals-for-2023/ Guess who’s back? cymbal lines are back. Earlier this week, The Academy Drum and Bugle Corps announced on social media that it would be commissioning a cymbal line for the 2023 season. According to the press release issued by the Tempe-based corps, the cymbal line would be composed of 4 to 5 people and the […]]]>

Guess who’s back? cymbal lines are back.

Earlier this week, The Academy Drum and Bugle Corps announced on social media that it would be commissioning a cymbal line for the 2023 season. According to the press release issued by the Tempe-based corps, the cymbal line would be composed of 4 to 5 people and the auditions would take place during his next camp in December.

We caught up with a few people who were instrumental in The Academy’s 2023 season, including executive director Mark Richardson. This season in particular, we’ve seen a few world-class bodies choose to bring back their cymbal lines for the 2023 season. We asked Mark why the Academy decided to take the plunge as well. “For us it started with a design choice, as the team working with visual and musical design thought it would be appropriate to include a marching cymbal section for the particular concepts they set up for production 2023. Additionally, Fred Smith, our designer (who has ties to the early years of the Academy), often prefers to design with a sonic color palette that includes marching cymbals. recent body size expansion for DCI rules, there was no conflict to have enough numbers on the pitch to work with and everything made sense to make the move.”

Corps director Dan Adams also chimed in, saying, “Musically, it was a clear choice! The new addition to the Academy line of cymbals offers an expanded palette of sonic colors to explore, as well as greater dynamic capability unmatched in any other area of ​​our music set. For us at the Academy, we have complete confidence in our Percussion Designer Fred Emory Smith, Academy Founding Fellow and Professional Film Composer, to bring these colors to life in our 2023 production! Cymbal lines are a unique combination of musical art and visual expression, and we’re excited to be able to provide new opportunities for everyone involved in our community to participate!”

Percussion Caption director Cole Williams also said the move was aimed at giving as many artists as possible the opportunity to parade a world-class body, saying: “I think it’s important for the percussion community to have that voice in any marching ensemble.In the winter season we see cymbal lines flourish, and I believe the voice can be just as important in the world of drum corps. .. At the Academy, member experience is paramount, and being able to play this additional role in our ensemble will help us provide that to more people.”

It’s been six years since the Academy established a cymbal line, and it’s obvious that staff, potential members, alumni and fans are thrilled with the decision to resurrect its cymbal line. Dan said: “The outpouring of love and support we’ve seen from the community since our announcement has been very special to see. I’ve received so many kind messages from people who are EXSTATIC about our decision. to bring this section back. I’m so excited to be part of such a fantastic team bringing back The Academy line of cymbals.”

When asked if they could give the walking arts community a tease about the upcoming season, Cole said: “We will have an official staff announcement in the coming weeks but I can assure you that we are putting together one of the most diverse and talented line of cymbals we have will have an incredible impact on our overall music offering and be a fantastic section to watch all season long!

Want to know more about the Academy’s 2023 auditions? Check out this link here to check audition dates, how to get audition packages, and more.

Well, if that doesn’t get you excited for the 2023 DCI season, I don’t know what will.

Check back to FloMarching regularly for more DCI updates as information is released throughout the winter and spring seasons!

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India XI Punjab preview: Patiala’s Munish Bali appointed as on-field coach for New Zealand tour https://nmsbaseball.com/india-xi-punjab-preview-patialas-munish-bali-appointed-as-on-field-coach-for-new-zealand-tour/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 17:19:36 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/india-xi-punjab-preview-patialas-munish-bali-appointed-as-on-field-coach-for-new-zealand-tour/ ByShalini GuptaChandīgarh Former Punjab cricket coach Munish Bali has been appointed as the field coach of the Indian cricket team which will take part in the upcoming limited New Zealand tour. He will join the support team led by VVS Laxman, who will replace Rahul Dravid, as the latter rested for the tour after the […]]]>

ByShalini GuptaChandīgarh

Former Punjab cricket coach Munish Bali has been appointed as the field coach of the Indian cricket team which will take part in the upcoming limited New Zealand tour. He will join the support team led by VVS Laxman, who will replace Rahul Dravid, as the latter rested for the tour after the T20 World Cup held recently in Australia. India will play the first of the three-game T20I series in New Zealand on November 18. India will play three T20s and as many ODIs. Since Patiala, Bali has led Punjab U-15, U-16, U-17 and U-19 sides to numerous title victories over the past decade. Besides that, he has also worked with the India U-19 team and the women’s team. Bali has worked extensively at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru over the past year as a teacher.

A Tier III coach and State Bank of India employee, Bali had served as assistant coach of the 2008 World Cup-winning India U-19 team and then assistant coach of India’s women’s cricket team in 2011 and 2012. .

Bali, Hrishikesh Kanitkar (batting coach) and Sairaj Bahutule (bowling coach) will be among the support staff in New Zealand. All three coaches are based at the National Cricket Academy, run by Laxman.

The Indian squad are set to travel to New Zealand for a two-way white ball series featuring three T20Is and three One-Day Internationals. With Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul rested, Hardik Pandya will take charge of the team in the shorter format and Shikhar Dhawan will lead the ODIs. Bali was also part of India’s squad in Ireland and briefly in England earlier this year before playing the home series against South Africa. He coached the Punjab senior men’s team for two seasons before Surendra Bhave succeeded him. In 2018, he was appointed as the field coach of Andhra Pradesh senior men’s team.

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2022 Mid-Season TV Schedule: Lineups for ABC, FOX, NBC https://nmsbaseball.com/2022-mid-season-tv-schedule-lineups-for-abc-fox-nbc/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/2022-mid-season-tv-schedule-lineups-for-abc-fox-nbc/ ABC, FOX and NBC have unveiled their mid-season plans for new and returning series, so check the lists and mark your calendars so you don’t miss any of your favorites, or the highly anticipated new shows to come. Note: All times are ET. New shows are capitalized. ABC Midseason Lineup & TV Schedule for 2023 […]]]>

ABC, FOX and NBC have unveiled their mid-season plans for new and returning series, so check the lists and mark your calendars so you don’t miss any of your favorites, or the highly anticipated new shows to come.

Note: All times are ET. New shows are capitalized.

ABC Midseason Lineup & TV Schedule for 2023

THURSDAY DEC. 15
10:00 p.m. THE PARENT TEST* (first special series)

TUESDAY, JAN. 3
20:00 The recruit
9:00 p.m. The rookie: the Feds
10:00 p.m. WILL TRENT**

WEDNESDAY JAN. 4
9:00 p.m. Abbott Elementary School
9:30 p.m. Domestical economy
10:00 p.m. Big Sky: Deadly Trails

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UCLA receives $21 million grant to study health effects of Aliso Canyon gas leak https://nmsbaseball.com/ucla-receives-21-million-grant-to-study-health-effects-of-aliso-canyon-gas-leak/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 20:50:00 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/ucla-receives-21-million-grant-to-study-health-effects-of-aliso-canyon-gas-leak/ LOS ANGELES (November 2, 2022) – A team of UCLA researchers has received $20,993,333 from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to conduct the Aliso Disaster Health Research Study Canyon. A multidisciplinary team of renowned UCLA scientists and health practitioners will conduct the health study, which will include five components, including an assessment […]]]>

LOS ANGELES (November 2, 2022) – A team of UCLA researchers has received $20,993,333 from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to conduct the Aliso Disaster Health Research Study Canyon.

A multidisciplinary team of renowned UCLA scientists and health practitioners will conduct the health study, which will include five components, including an assessment of health and health care utilization, an assessment of exposure, community engagement, data management and statistical analysis, and overall program administration.

The purpose of the health study is to assess the short-term and long-term health impacts of the gas blowout that occurred in 2015-2016. The Aliso Canyon disaster was the largest underground gas storage facility disaster in United States history. The eruption, in the northwest San Fernando Valley, released about 109,000 metric tons of methane into the atmosphere, along with other constituents of oil and gas, over a period of nearly four months . About 232,200 residents lived within a five-mile radius of the facility. Residents reported experiencing foul odors, oily mists and a range of health symptoms, including headaches, nausea, vomiting, nosebleeds, coughing and irritation of the eyes, nose and of the throat.

“People living near the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Storage Facility have legitimate questions about how emissions from the facility could affect their health now and in the future,” said Dr. Michael Jerrett, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of environmental health sciences and co-principal investigator of the study. “We have assembled a team of the world’s best scientists to study the environmental and health impact of the facility, including physical and mental health, quality of life and general well-being throughout their lives. We We will focus on studying the health impacts of the eruption disaster in 2015-2016 and routine emissions from the facility. The results of these studies will be exceptionally large and sometimes very complex. We will present these results in a clear and accessible way to provide the information residents, regulators and decision makers need to understand the impacts of the disaster and take action when needed.

Those leading the health study include:

  • Dr. Michael Jerrett, PhD, PI and Senior Exhibit Director, Director of the UCLA Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH), Co-Director of the UCLA Center for Healthy Climate Solutions, and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of public health ;
  • Dr. Honghu Liu, PhD, Senior Statistical and Data Analysis Officer, Professor and Chair of the Population and Public Health Section at UCLA School of Dentistry, and Professor at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the David Geffen School of Medicine;
  • Dr. Nadereh Pourat, PhD, Project Manager, Senior Program Administration Officer, Director of the Health Economics and Evaluation (HEER) Research Program at the Center for Health Policy Research at the UCLA (CHPR) and professor at the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA;
  • Dr. Jesus Araujo, MD, PhD, co-senior health and wellness officer and professor at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and David Geffen School of Medicine;
  • Dr. Wendie Robbins, RN, PhD, co-senior health and wellness officer and professor at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and UCLA School of Nursing.
  • Dr. David Eisenman, MD, senior community stakeholder communications officer, co-director of the UCLA Center for Healthy Climate Solutions, and professor at UCLA’s Fielding School of Public Health and David Geffen School of Medicine; and
  • Dr. Diane A. Garcia-Gonzales, PhD, air quality and climate change scientist at the UCLA Center for Healthy Climate Solutions.

UCLA’s team of researchers and consultants includes well-established subject matter experts who have extensive experience in exposure assessment and advanced modeling methods, clinical assessments, treatment and integration Datas.

The health study will be overseen by a Scientific Oversight Committee (SOC), which is a group of independent scientific experts and representatives from regulatory agencies, with additional stakeholder input from a Community Advisory Board ( CAB). Public Health will serve in a monitoring capacity and follow up on administrative contracts.

“I would like to thank the Scientific Oversight Committee and the panel of scientific and medical experts whose efforts made it possible to solicit and select this exceptional research team,” said Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Director of the public health. “With the researchers in place, we are well on our way to scientifically investigating the unanswered questions and concerns raised by communities who were impacted by the Aliso Canyon disaster.”

The contract will begin this month and the health study is scheduled for five years, with the possibility of extending it for up to five additional one-year periods.

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The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, founded in 1961, is dedicated to improving public health by conducting innovative research, developing future leaders and health professionals from diverse backgrounds, translating research into policy and practice, and serving our local communities and the communities of the nation and the world. The school has 761 students from 26 countries committed to achieving the vision of building a healthy future in greater Los Angeles, California, the country, and the world.

]]> ‘India kabhi nahi chaahega Pakistan aagey jaaye. The way they lined up…’ | locust https://nmsbaseball.com/india-kabhi-nahi-chaahega-pakistan-aagey-jaaye-the-way-they-lined-up-locust/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 10:22:03 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/india-kabhi-nahi-chaahega-pakistan-aagey-jaaye-the-way-they-lined-up-locust/ Pakistan pinned their hopes on Team India for their chances of progress in the T20 World Cup. Bangladesh had boosted their hopes with a thrilling win over Zimbabwe on Sunday morning before opening their account in the tournament with a win over the Netherlands. Pakistan therefore needed India to beat South Africa to further increase […]]]>

Pakistan pinned their hopes on Team India for their chances of progress in the T20 World Cup. Bangladesh had boosted their hopes with a thrilling win over Zimbabwe on Sunday morning before opening their account in the tournament with a win over the Netherlands. Pakistan therefore needed India to beat South Africa to further increase their chances of qualifying for the semi-finals. But much to their dismay, South Africa handed India their first defeat in the tournament by losing by 5 wickets to concede top spot in the points table as well. With the Babar Azam-led side likely to be heavily injured, former Pakistan captain Salim Malik made a bold claim, blaming India for losing on purpose to prevent their neighbors from advancing to the semi-finals.

Pakistan suffered a double defeat at the start of the tournament. India beat them in their opener in Melbourne before Zimbabwe inflicted a shock to beat Pakistan by one point. Pakistan’s chances of making the knockouts therefore rested on other factors besides winning their last three. But with India’s defeat, their dependence on other factors has increased further.

READ ALSO : Shahid Afridi reacts to Amit Mishra’s “this too shall pass” tweet for Babar Azam: “Ye spinner tha ya batsman?”

Speaking to 24 News HD after India’s defeat in Perth, Malik accused the Rohit Sharma-led side of deliberately hurting Pakistan’s chances and explained that he believed his statement based on how India lined up the game.

“India kabhi nahi chahega Pakistan aage jaaye (India will never want Pakistan to progress),” Mailk said.

Agar aaj Indian fielding thodi si behtar karta to match jeet jaate. Mera khayal hai sabse disappointing you tha ki aaj India ne bahut gandi fielding kari. You catch chutne waale nahi hai (If India had lined up better, they might have won the game. India were really poor on the pitch, those missed chances were really easy),” he added.

Hamesha India-Pakistan ka rahi hai rivalry. Magar jo unjone fielding ki hai no doubt unhone shuruwaat mey kaafi try kar rahe they, josh dikha rahe they, magar jo fielding ki hai usmey mujhe thoda sa hai ki wo kabhi bhi Pakistan ko like nahi karte (There has always been a rivalry between India and Pakistan. At first they showed passion and intention, but the ground was below par and I doubt India didn’t like the Pakistan).

Pakistan can still qualify for the semi-finals, with their impending game against South Africa on Wednesday being of the utmost importance. They will face Bangladesh in their final game on November 6.


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State Courts File Astronomical Number of Lawsuits Ahead of Midterms | Analysis https://nmsbaseball.com/state-courts-file-astronomical-number-of-lawsuits-ahead-of-midterms-analysis/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 10:51:57 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/state-courts-file-astronomical-number-of-lawsuits-ahead-of-midterms-analysis/ By Miriam Seifter and Adam Sopko The run-up to Election Day is often a controversial time. In recent years, it has also become a contentious time – parties are increasingly turning to the courts to resolve disputes over voting rules. This year, our research shows a significant increase in such lawsuits occurring in the state […]]]>

By Miriam Seifter and Adam Sopko

The run-up to Election Day is often a controversial time.

In recent years, it has also become a contentious time – parties are increasingly turning to the courts to resolve disputes over voting rules.

This year, our research shows a significant increase in such lawsuits occurring in the state court system and challenging every step of the electoral process – whether it’s whether candidates or ballot initiatives fulfill the requirements to be on the ballot, what address information must be completed in order to accept mail-in ballots. It also extends to specific procedures for county clerks or poll watchers during voting.

This increase in state litigation paints a mixed picture. As scholars of state courts and constitutions, we have studied the crucial role of state courts in safeguarding elections and democracy.

State courts have made important decisions — for example, protecting the vote and rejecting extreme partisan gerrymandering — rooted in the distinctive Democratic provisions of state constitutions.

But the current volume of state election litigation also has the potential to derail the safeguards that state courts can provide. When every aspect of an election becomes a trial, negative effects can ensue, including destabilizing elections, already overburdened courts, and significant costs to states.

Numbers

In 2020, electoral litigation reached a new record, with hundreds of lawsuits filed around the presidential election.

But experts like law professor Rick Hasen have observed that it’s too early to tell whether the surge in lawsuits in 2020 was a trend or an aberration. One potential explanation was that the pandemic and former President Donald Trump’s polarizing candidacy fueled the peak of 2020 and that prosecutions would decline in coming years.

Two years later, a different picture is emerging.

The total volume of pre-election litigation has fallen somewhat — a smaller drop than you would expect in a non-pandemic, non-presidential election. Litigation in federal courts has dropped precipitously, falling to less than half of its presence in 2020, according to our research.

But in state courts, rather than declining, pre-election lawsuits have increased. Part of the increase is due to the expected conflict surrounding the post-2020 redistricting process. Most interestingly, we are seeing a continuation or increase in disputes over “election mechanics” – lawsuits challenging who, what, where and how to vote, even when there is no new virus throwing a unforeseen key in these mechanisms.

We emphasize that these numbers are provisional as of mid-October and are only estimates – and likely underestimates. State courts are notoriously hard to find; there is no central clearinghouse for information on prosecutions or state decisions. Our counts are based on searches in the LexisNexis legal database. Our full methodology and counts are posted on our website.

State courts and their role in democracy

The growing interest in state courts has potential benefits. State courts are a crucial line of defense for free and fair elections.

As one of us has explained elsewhere in her work with jurist Jessica Bulman-Pozen, all 50 state constitutions include explicit pro-democracy provisions – a “democracy principle”, for short – including many clauses without express federal consideration.

These resources make state courts more promising places to protect democracy than the United States Supreme Court has been recently. Recent court rulings have limited options for protecting democracy, including refusing to hear partisan complaints of gerrymandering and limiting the scope of the Voting Rights Act, which prohibits racial discrimination in voting.

In contrast, recent decisions by state courts across the country have applied the principle of democracy.

For example, state courts have upheld laws allowing mail-in voting, imposed new remedies against extreme partisan gerrymandering, and preserved the people’s ability to change their state’s constitution.

(A University of Pennsylvania student helps register another to vote during a campus election campaign on August 31, 2022. Michelle Gustafson for The Washington Post via Getty Images).

A closer look at this year’s cases – so far

Yet these important pro-democracy decisions are only part of the larger picture of litigation, the most salient feature of which is its volume.

The largest number of lawsuits relate to whether a candidate can properly appear on the ballot. Such “ballot access” lawsuits are long-running and typically involve candidates arguing over whether they or an opponent have met petition signatures, residency or other administrative requirements.

The other most important categories, and we believe the most concerning, include election administration and absentee voting – issues that are often mechanical, even prickly.

In Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, for example, several lawsuits are challenging whether mail-in ballots can be counted if they omit part of the voter’s address or date, as well as the eligibility of “healing.” ballots” – allowing poll clerks to contact voters to correct technical errors on their mail-in ballot.

In Arizona, the Republican National Committee and state affiliate filed two lawsuits against Maricopa County — and its Republican leaders — arguing that the county failed to explain why it didn’t hire an equal number of Democratic and Republican election workers.

In Michigan, two cases filed by Republicans challenge rules governing poll watchers, including their ability to use cellphones. In Ohio, a candidate for secretary of state argues that election observers should have access to voting machine software and source code.

Finally, another important slice of cases concerns ballot initiatives, a means of legislating directly by voters. Some of them, like an unsuccessful major challenge formatting Michigan’s abortion initiative, are trying to keep a measure off the ballot. Others are debating the charges weighing on the ballot initiative process.

The pronounced partisan cleavages are partly at the origin of the increase in disputes and give approximate patterns. As legal scholar Derek Muller has noted, the overall increase in election disputes “is decidedly bipartisan.” Both sides have been active in redistricting and ballot access cases.

But when it comes to the administration of elections, parties have tended to make different claims. Democrats and their allies have tended to take issue with the new voting restrictions. A network of right-wing litigants focused more on getting some votes counted. Steve Bannon has vowed to “judge every battle” in an effort to “take control of the electoral apparatus.”

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Election workers in Clark County, Nevada, examine mail-in ballot boxes on October 20, 2022 (Ethan Miller/Getty Images).

The pitfalls of so many trials

This hyperlitigation has drawbacks.

First, a flood of electoral disputes can undermine voter confidence in the electoral system. Disputes over every detail of the electoral process lay the groundwork for false narratives or later challenges to the validity of an election.

And while courts that serve as a safety net on key election issues can boost voter confidence in elections, some researchers worry that a deluge of lawsuits alleging election irregularities could undermine that confidence. Moreover, by inserting the courts into electoral administration, hyperlitigation can be accompanied by efforts to sow doubt in the legitimacy of the courts.

These challenges to the logistical aspects of the election align with a broader strategy to subvert the electoral system by overwhelming it – including through “bogus checks”, massive challenges to voter eligibility and frivolous demands for open files related to the elections.

Chaos may be the point.

The flood of election disputes also imposes considerable financial costs on state governments. Pennsylvania spent more than US$3.3 million in 2020, a presidential election year, to litigate election-related cases. He expects to spend at least as much or more this year.

Similarly, Montana’s secretary of state spent more than 10 times its budget on election litigation in 2022.

Finally, hyperlitigation weighs on the state’s court system, which hears more than 90 percent of all cases filed each year and is already under strain from pandemic-induced backlogs. Fulton County, Georgia, for example, has racked up around 200,000 cases during the pandemic, and states like North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are also facing significant backlogs. High volumes of election disputes prevent already overburdened courts from carrying out their essential public functions.

Although researchers have suggested ways to reduce election disputes, the trend is likely to persist, at least in the short term. State courts have a necessary role to play in safeguarding democracy. But at current levels, election disputes present serious problems as well as solutions.The conversation

Miriam Seifter is associate professor of law and co-director of the State Democracy Research Initiative at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Adam Sopko is an attorney with the State Democracy Research Initiative at the University of Wisconsin Law School. They wrote this piece for The Conversation, where it first appeared.

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When was Noel Fielding born wearing a 1970 sweater on GBBO? https://nmsbaseball.com/when-was-noel-fielding-born-wearing-a-1970-sweater-on-gbbo/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 22:33:58 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/when-was-noel-fielding-born-wearing-a-1970-sweater-on-gbbo/ Noel Fielding’s 1970 jumper has once again made a comeback on the Great British Bake Off and everyone is wondering when was he born? If you’ve been a fan of GBBO and Noel, you know his love of 1970s sweaters. Whether it’s pink or yellow, there’s not a single color the comedian can’t rock. Making […]]]>

Noel Fielding’s 1970 jumper has once again made a comeback on the Great British Bake Off and everyone is wondering when was he born?

If you’ve been a fan of GBBO and Noel, you know his love of 1970s sweaters. Whether it’s pink or yellow, there’s not a single color the comedian can’t rock.

Making a comeback with the famous jumper in the show’s latest episode, fans have been curious to find out when the comedian was born.

Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images

When was Noel Fielding born?

Contrary to what his sweater says, Noel was born on May 21, 1973, which means he’s 49 years old. He has been in the entertainment industry for a long time.

He is one half of British comedy duo The Mighty Boosh with Julian Barrett. Together, the duo managed to make several people laugh and win hearts for the same.

They debuted at the Edinburgh Festival in 1998 and won the Perrier Award for Best Newcomer. According to IMDb, their lives changed completely when they were called up for a show on Radio 4.

Listening to the incredible response their session received, they were soon given their own show on BBC 3.

Her sweater got a lot of attention

This isn’t the first time Christmas’ sweater has caught the eye of fans. Two years ago, the TV host wore a similar sweater, but pink in color.

Around this time, it didn’t take long for people to be talking about the same thing on social media as they tried to get their hands on a similar-looking sweater.

The pink jumper was by London fashion designer Bella Freud. It didn’t take long for the garment to sell out. Now it seems that the Christmas sweater is winning all hearts again.

He’s been a part of the show for a long time

Noel has hosted the show since 2017. He was hired as a new host when the show changed channels and moved to BBC Channel 4.

At first, people were skeptical about what to expect from the comedian. However, as soon as the show aired, Noel managed to grab everyone’s attention with his quirky personality and fun way of interacting.

Since then, he has continued to host the show and has done a brilliant job.

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ICC World T20 | Twitter Reacts To Wanindu Hasaranga’s Transformation Into Thor With Magnetic Right Hand https://nmsbaseball.com/icc-world-t20-twitter-reacts-to-wanindu-hasarangas-transformation-into-thor-with-magnetic-right-hand/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 05:27:01 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/icc-world-t20-twitter-reacts-to-wanindu-hasarangas-transformation-into-thor-with-magnetic-right-hand/ The miracles that movies create with large-scale productions are often imitated live by the cricketers on the pitch, but in a much more realistic and impressive way. On Sunday, Wanindu Hasaranga provided an example of the same as he reached out to catch a mid-air ball in a stellar field effort. After a tepid group […]]]>

The miracles that movies create with large-scale productions are often imitated live by the cricketers on the pitch, but in a much more realistic and impressive way. On Sunday, Wanindu Hasaranga provided an example of the same as he reached out to catch a mid-air ball in a stellar field effort.

After a tepid group stage, Sri Lanka will be hoping to start their Super 12 campaign in style against Ireland in Hobart on Sunday. They have certainly started well on this path, limiting the European opposition to just 110/4 at the end of 15 overs at the time of writing. A major contributor to their success, both in-game and in the tournament in general, has been Wanindu Hasaranga’s diverse skill set and great-playing pedigree to always steal the show by achieving something special.

Although he hasn’t managed to grab a scalp in the game so far with one more to go, the all-rounder made sure his name was in the conversation with a spectacular on-court effort instead. Positioned on the limit on the leg side on the fifth ball of the 11th, Hasaranga saw Harry Tector fire fiercely at a short ball from Dhananjaya de Silva. The white Kookaburra flew like a tracer ball and seemed destined for the boundary, only if there was an ordinary cricketer facing the challenge.

Hasaranga rushed to his right as fast as lightning and just when the ball seemed to be out of his reach, the 25-year-old stuck his hand out and the rock just seemed to fit perfectly into his grip as if it was simply his. The incident was reminiscent of how the superhero Thor reaches out in Marvel movies and his weapon Mjolnir simply clings to his palm. the only difference being that Hasaranga’s miracle didn’t use any special effects but just an extraordinary skill. The internet was quick to go gaga over the incident and took to social media to praise the showstopper.

mad effort

Stunning

Excellent

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Four cardinals named finalists for Rawlings Gold Glove Award https://nmsbaseball.com/four-cardinals-named-finalists-for-rawlings-gold-glove-award/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 20:28:28 +0000 https://nmsbaseball.com/four-cardinals-named-finalists-for-rawlings-gold-glove-award/ Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc., has announced the finalists for the 2022 Rawlings Gold Glove Award®, recognizing the best individual performance on the field at every position in the American League® and National League®. The Cardinals had four players named finalists: Paul Goldschmidt, Nolan Arenado, Tommy Edman and Brendan Donovan. Edman was a finalist for […]]]>

Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc., has announced the finalists for the 2022 Rawlings Gold Glove Award®, recognizing the best individual performance on the field at every position in the American League® and National League®. The Cardinals had four players named finalists: Paul Goldschmidt, Nolan Arenado, Tommy Edman and Brendan Donovan. Edman was a finalist for both the second base and the utility new player award.

The winners will be announced during a special one-hour “Baseball Tonight” broadcast on ESPN on Tuesday, November 1, 2022 at 5 p.m. ET. The show will air on the field before Game 4 of the MLB® World Series from the host National League ballpark.

While the award originated in 1957, Rawlings began highlighting the top three defensemen at each position as runners-up in 2011. This season, the Arizona Diamondbacks, Cleveland Guardians and Yankees New York are tied for the most finalists, with five positions per team.

This year also marks the first time that utility players have been included in the list of finalists for the Rawlings Gold Glove Award. Rawlings announced the addition of the utility role to the list of award recipients last month.

“The 2022 Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists perfectly represent an unforgettable and exciting baseball season marked by incredible displays of defense,” said Mike Thompson, Rawlings chief marketing officer. “Rawlings congratulates all deserving finalists, and we look forward to naming the next class of winners considered ‘Best in Business®'”

To determine the winners of the 18 defensive position awards, each team’s manager and up to six coaches on his staff vote from a pool of qualified players in their league and cannot vote for players from their own team. In 2013, Rawlings added the SABR Defensive Index™ (SDI) to the Rawlings Gold Glove Award selection process, which represents approximately 25% of the overall selection total, with manager and coach votes continuing to hold the majority.

To identify utility award winners, Rawlings worked with SABR to create a specialized defensive formula separate from the traditional selection process for post Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners. Using the SABR formula and additional defensive stats, Rawlings will select a utility winner from each league.

The 2022 Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists are:

The 2022 finalists include nine former American League Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners and 10 former National League winners.

Following the special Rawlings Gold Glove Award television announcement on ESPN on Tuesday, November 1, fans can vote for their favorite defensive player in each league to determine who will be named the Rawlings Platinum Glove Award™ winners. A combination of national fan voting and SDI will determine who wins the honor.

Voting for the Rawlings Platinum Glove Award presented by SABR will begin online at www.Rawlings.com on Tuesday, November 1 at 6 p.m. ET and will remain open until Wednesday, November 9 at 11:59 p.m. ET. The Rawlings Platinum Glove Award winners will be revealed at the Rawlings Gold Glove Awards Ceremony at the Plaza Hotel in New York City on Friday, November 11.

About the Rawlings Gold Glove Award®

The Rawlings Gold Glove Award® is a registered trademark owned by Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. The award is properly identified as the Rawlings Gold Glove Award. The name should not be shortened, abbreviated or otherwise misused. Proper identification of this service mark with the registration symbol and the Rawlings name is important to protect the integrity of the program and continue this worthy tradition. For more information, please visit www.Rawlings.com.

About Rawlings

Founded in 1887, Rawlings is an innovative global brand and manufacturer of premium baseball and softball equipment, including protective gloves, balls and helmets. Rawlings’ unparalleled quality, innovative engineering and expert craftsmanship are the fundamental reasons why more and more professional athletes, national governing bodies and sports leagues choose Rawlings. Rawlings is the official baseball, helmet, face shield and gloves of Major League Baseball, the official baseball of Minor League Baseball, and the official baseball and softball of the NCAA and NAIA. The company is headquartered in St. Louis. For more information, please visit www.Rawlings.com.

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