Give Cruise this: he takes suicidal militarism and makes it affably sexy. He stares at you, murmurs, “That’s right, I am dangerous,” and zaps a grin that tells you how much fun he expects to have mowing your butt. Maverick is the master of machismo, his talent nearly matching his arrogance. South Koreanmedia speculated she […]

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Specifically for acinar to b cell reprogramming paradigms, we discuss the common view of the underlying mechanism (involving the Janus kinase STAT pathway that leads to STAT3 tyrosine phosphorylation) and present alternative interpretations that implicate STAT3 serine phosphorylation alone or serine and tyrosine phosphorylation occurring in sequential order. The implications for drug design and therapy […]

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Last week, Holidazzle kicked off in Loring Park. This week, St. Paul’s winter party begins, offering a variety of winter themed fun. This study aimed to investigate primary caregivers TM relationship with hired support and its impact on coping with caregiver burden. Twenty in depth interviews were conducted with primary caregivers who hired live in […]

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Renowned for the organising of Up The Creek, one of the Western Capes most loved music festivals, the Red Hot Events team also introduced a wild and wonderful new boutique festival two years ago: Savanna presents River Republic. The festival is taking place from 24 26 November at Round the Bend Lodge, Breede River, Swellendam. […]

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Although many examples can be found in the literature that link contemporary African American music with the past, two will suffice to demonstrate the possibilities. The first pertains to the music of the folk oriented black church, the oldest institution owned by the African American community. Within that tradition, the earliest repertory of sacred song […]

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