Share 17 Views one comment Education Trust Fund’s Chairman, Willie FevrierThe Education Trust Fund (ETF) was just about $7000 short of its intended $40,000 target at its annual radio-thon held on Saturday, 27th April.At the end of the five hour radio-thon; three hours at DBS and two hours at Voice of Life, approximately $19,000 was raised.Chairman of the Board of Directors Willie Fevrier told Dominica Vibes, prior to the radio-thon persons pledged approximately $14,000 by calling or visiting the Fund’s office, which brought the overall total to roughly $33,000.Mr Fevrier said, although the ETF didn’t quite meet its target, the event was a “very good” one and “maybe one of the better years for the ETF in terms of pledges”.“The most important thing now, is for people to honor their pledges. If you have made a pledge, please bring the money in to the ETF’s office on Cornwall Street. You will receive a receipt which can be used to get a tax rebate,” he said.Mr Fevrier said he remains hopeful that the ETF will meet its intended target.“The people of Dominica understand the importance of education and given the response from the radio-thon there are people who still want to pledge and didn’t get the opportunity to call. There are also people who didn’t call but make a donation anyway,” he stated.He also noted that the corporate community has been assisting the ETF in a huge way and made particular mention of the Dominica Electricity Services Limited (DOMLEC) who contributed $5,000.The funds will go towards assisting needy children by providing them with text books, examination and registration fees and in some cases transportation fees required for secondary school.“If they continue to be in need of assistance throughout the five years in secondary school we assess their situation based on their application, we do our background checks and if we feel they are really in need of assistance then we assist them,” Mr Fevrier said.For the past two/three years, the ETF has on average assisted about 600 students.The ETF raised approximately $15,000 at the 2012 radio-thon.People wishing to pledge are advised to call the ETF’s office on (767) 266-5578 or visit them.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! LocalNews Education Trust Fund raises funds to assist students by: – April 29, 2013 Share Tweet Share
Selagi belum tersedia vaksin, tak ada yang bisa dilakukan masyarakat dalam mencegah penyebaran virus corona kecuali menerapkan protokol kesehatan, seperti memakai masker dengan benar, menjaga jarak, dan rajin mencuci tangan sebelum menyentuh area wajah. Dari ketiga itu, para peneliti menyebut masker menjadi kunci dunia dalam menahan laju penyebaran corona.Atas dasar tersebut, dunia pun berpacu dengan waktu untuk terus mengkampanyekan penggunaan masker dengan beragam cara, salah satunya lewat media pesawat.Belum lama ini, sebuah pesawat Boeing 747-8 Cargolux Airlines terlihat mengenakan ‘masker’ dalam upaya melawan virus corona. Pesawat dengan nomor penerbangan CLX 7952 tersebut kedapatan mengenakan ‘masker’ yang menutupi hidung pesawat, saat mendarat di Bandara Changi, Singapura, pada Kamis, 27 Agustus lalu; atau empat bulan pasca penggunaan masker diwajibkan di seluruh dunia sejak 14 April.Dilansir straitstimes.com, pesawat mengenakan ‘masker’ tersebut merupakan yang pertama mendarat di Bandara Changi. Sebelumnya, Boeing 747-8 Cargolux Airlines terlebih dahulu melaksanakan perawatan rutin di Taipei dan transit di Changi sebelum kembali ke basis mereka di Luksemburg via Baku, Azerbaijan.Momen pesawat Boeing 747-8 Cargolux Airlines mengenakan masker ini benar-benar spesial sampai Perdana Menteri Luksemburg, Xavier Bettel dan Wakilnya, François Bausch, menyempatkan diri untuk melakukan prosesi penyambutan pesawat secara sederhana.Dalam sebuah pernyataan, juru bicara Cargolux mengatakan, pesawat bermasker tersebut untuk menujukkan partisipasi perusahaan dalam “mengkampanyekan penggunaan masker bersama pemerintah Luksemburg di tengah-tengah pandemi corona seperti sekarang ini,” jelasnya.Baca juga: Duuh.. Penumpang Pesawat ini Gunakan Pakaian Dalam Sebagai Masker WajahSebelum pesawat dengan livery dominan putih bertuliskan “Not Without My Mask” dan dilengkapi cat biru menyerupai masker di bagian hidung ini tampil, sudah lebih dahulu marak di media sosial pesawat menggunakan masker di bagian hidung, persis menyerupai ‘masker’ Boeing 747-8 Cargolux Airlines saat ini. Hanya saja, gambar (pesawat bermasker) yang beredar di media sosial merupakan hasil editan, bukan fakta di lapangan.Penggunaan masker pada pesawat Boeing 747-8 Cargolux Airlines tentu bukan yang pertama di dunia. Sebelumnya, Pobeda Airlines (anak perusahaan Aeroflot, Rusia) dan United Airlines sudah lebih dahulu mengenakan masker di bagian hidung pesawat.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedAhli: Penggunaan Masker yang keliru Justru Dapat Sebarkan Virus Corona04/02/2020In “Featured”Inilah Berbagai Macam Masker, Diantaranya Bisa Menghalau Virus Corona02/02/2020In “Featured”Akibat Virus Corona, Tiada Lagi Handuk, Makanan Panas, Selimut, Bantal, dan Majalah dalam Penerbangan11/02/2020In “Destinasi Udara” Boeing 747-8 Cargolux Airlines pakai masker. Foto: straitstimes.com Update kasus virus corona di dunia semakin mengkhawatirkan. Per hari ini, sudah ada total 25,8 juta orang terjangkit Covid-19 di seluruh dunia, dengan 17,1 juta di antaranya sembuh dan sisanya, 859 ribu jiwa meninggal dunia.Baca juga: Dorong Warga Pakai Masker, Jerman Larang Penggunaan Deodoran di Transportasi UmumSetelah enam bulan, perkembangan pandemi virus yang diduga berasal dari Wuhan, Cina ini belum ada tanda-tanda melambat atau bahkan musnah dari muka bumi. Betapa tidak, belakangan, laporan mutasi virus corona yang disebut 10 kali lebih kuat terdengar dimana-mana. Belum lagi vaksin virus corona yang masih belum tersedia hingga temuan reinfeksi (terinfeksi dua kali) di beberapa negara, mau tak mau makin membuat dunia menjadi waspada.
#ARGOS#Print Friendly Version PENSACOLA, Fla. – No. 10 West Florida will host the NCAA South 1 Regional Tournament this week, beginning with a 1:30 pm first pitch against 8-seed Claflin at the UWF Softball Complex. The Argonauts enter the tournament at 40-13 after a 1-1 showing in last week’s rain-shortened Gulf South Conference Tournament in Huntsville, Alabama. FULL PDF NOTES PACKETSOUTH 1 REGION HOMEPAGESTATS/VIDEO The NCAA Tournament It’s A Team Effort Tickets for the tournament can be purchased at the gate. Daily passes can be purchased for $5, while seniors, youth (6-17) and non-UWF students with a valid university ID can buy tickets for $3. Children and the first 100 UWF students with a valid ID will be admitted free. West Florida outscored its opponents 171-68 in the first three innings last season, and went an impressive 31-2 when leading after 3 frames. That trend has continued this year, as UWF has outscored opponents 152-52 in the first three innings and is 30-0 when leading after 4 innings. Additionally, UWF is 30-0 this year when leading after four innings. 2017 marks the 12th trip to the NCAA Tournament for UWF, and the Argonauts hold a 22-23 all-time record in tournament play. Most recently, UWF made the drive to Valdosta, Georgia, for the NCAA South 2 Regional last year, going 2-2 and taking wins against Gulf South Conference rivals Shorter and Valdosta State. That ended a five-year NCAA Tournament drought for the Argos. This weekend’s tournament will be a four-team, double-elimination affair beginning on Thursday and running through Saturday. This is the first time since 2005 that UWF has earned the 1-seed in the region, and the first time since 1998 that UWF will host a regional tournament. At The Fork Who Is In Our Bracket? Senior pitcher Becca Taylor has earned All-South Region and All-GSC honors this year for the first time in her career, taking first team spots in both. The Panama City, Florida, native leads the conference and region with 24 wins, and she would be the first UWF pitcher to lead the league in wins since Amber Browning tallied 35 victories in 2005. Taylor has used her senior campaign to catapult up the UWF record books. Her 76 starts rank 8th in UWF history, her 53 wins rank 10th, and her 481.2 career innings are 9th. The senior was a four-time GSC Pitcher of the Week selection, tying her for the most weekly honors in the conference this year. UWF senior Becca Taylor ranks fourth in program history in fewest walks per seven innings (1.14), following last year when she walked less than a batter per game and ranked fifth in single-season UWF history last year with 0.83 walks per seven. That mark was the second-best in the Gulf South Conference and the 15th-best in Division II. A Look at Becca Taylor The UWF lineup has been particularly deep this year and has had the luxury of not needing to rely on just one player to contribute offensively. To this point, seven Argonauts have at least 20 RBI, seven qualified hitters are batting .300 or better, and seven players have an on-base percentage of .390 or better. Valdosta State and Alabama Huntsville each have six batters with 20+ RBI, and only UAH has more qualified hitters with a .390 on-base percentage. Score Early, Win Often All games will feature a live video broadcast and live stats, and links for those can be found on the tournament homepage or GoArgos.com/Live. Joining UWF in the South 1 Regional bracket are 8-seed Claflin from the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, and fellow Gulf South Conference members Mississippi College and Valdosta State, which are the 4 and 5 seeds, respectively. Mississippi College presents a familiar challenge for UWF. The teams have met 10 times over the past three seasons, including last week in the Gulf South Conference Tournament Semifinal when Mississippi College used a six-run fourth inning to take an 8-5 win. UWF has the upper hand in the all-time series, with a 6-4 record. The Lady Choctaws are the #4 seed in the region after winning the GSC Tournament last weekend to claim the school’s first softball conference championship. The team was led last weekend by Kristen Qualls, who was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. MC’s Katherine Lee, Carly Crawford and Tylan Buckley all earned All-South Region honors from the NFCA. UWF also welcomes 5-seed Valdosta State to the UWF Softball Complex this weekend. Despite a lengthy series history, the teams have met up just twice in NCAA Tournament play and hold a 1-1 record against each other. The Lady Blazers had five All-South Region selections announced on Wednesday, in Hayley Cruthers, Jessica Mohl, Taylor Hartenbach, Chelsea Canara, and Brandy Morgan. VSU boasts one of the top offenses in the country, averaging 6.7 runs per game (14th in DII), and leading the GSC in batting (.325), slugging (.503), and home runs per game (0.96). Claflin enters the NCAA Tournament as the South Region’s 8-seed, having won the SIAC Tournament last weekend. The Lady Panthers bring in a tremendous offense led by first team All-South Region outfielder Chelsea Hall, who has hit .418 with 12 doubles, 12 triples, and 9 home runs, with 49 stolen bases in 50 tries. As a team, Claflin has hit .334 and slugged .561, while stealing 126 bags on the season. Tiaria Norman has had a strong season in the circle for the Lady Panthers, with a 2.39 ERA to go along with a 19-5 record. She has struck out 193 batters in 152 innings while allowing a .213 opponent batting average. West Florida has gone 16-1 in the team’s last 17 games at the UWF Softball Complex, dating back to a March 7 doubleheader against Barry. The Argonauts have held opponents to just a .223 batting average and 2.2 runs per game in 24 total games at The Fork. The pitching staff has struck out 137 batters in just 164 innings at home. Several Argos have really made The Fork feel like home this year. Tiona Hill leads UWF with a .393 batting average, a .574 slugging percentage and 14 RBI in the friendly confines, Caitlin Steel has hit .360 and stolen four bases at home, Jacey Castro has hit .355 and leads the team with 27 hits at home, and Rhiannon Sassman has led West Florida with 17 runs scored, 8 doubles, and 37 total bases at the UWF Softball Complex. Becca Taylor and Sarah Maloney have especially stood out at home, with a 1.73 and 1.61 ERA, respectively. Taylor has picked up 11 wins and thrown three shutouts, allowing a .230 opponent batting average and striking out 56 batters over 85 innings. Maloney has completed 6 of her 10 starts at home, with 65 strikeouts and a .209 opponent batting average in 61 home innings.
Olympic cycling legend David Weller has exhorted current Caribbean cycling champion Dahlia Palmer to persevere in her bid to qualify for the 2020 Olympics. Weller offered words of wisdom to Palmer on Saturday at the JAAA/JAMALCO Development Meet. He was among six Olympians honoured by the organisers of the meet. His tip to Palmer was to take her Olympic-bound journey step by step. Weller, who is the only Jamaican to win an Olympic medal in a sport other than athletics, understands better than most what it means to aim for cycling. “You know, when I look back at my own experience of cycling, and being against the odds, Jamaica is not traditionally a cycling country, [and] as we all know, [it] still isn’t,” he said. “Just persevere, put one foot in front of the next, and enjoy the journey, you know, enjoy the journey and live good, live clean.” In an inference to doping in sport during his era as an active athlete, the 1980 Olympic bronze medallist explained, “I had to say that because we’re now discovering that a lot of people didn’t, so encourage Dahlia to put one foot in front of the next and always stick to it, and the results will speak to themselves.” WELLER GRATEFUL Weller was grateful for the honour bestowed on him. “I’m amazed at what the promoters of this event have done over the years”, he said. “When I got an opportunity to come here, especially to get the award, I’m very pleased.” Notably, he was awarded the Order of Distinction after his historic bronze-medal rise at the 1980 Moscow Games. Weller competed for Jamaica in the 1976, 1980 and 1984 Olympics, closing his international career with sixth place in the kilometre time-trial event despite a painful pre-meet wrist injury. Since then, alongside his long career in aviation, the two-time Jamaica Sportsman of the Year has coached cyclists in the United States. In the 2000 Olympics, he served as coach to Jamaica’s Iona Wynter in the triathlon. The other honourees were Olympic sprinters Lennox Miller, Clifton Forbes, Errol Stewart, Horace Levy and Alfred Daley. Miller, the 1968 and 1972 Olympic 100m medallist, and Forbes were awarded posthumously. Stewart, Michael Fray, Forbes and Miller equalled and broke the 4x100m relay world record at the 1968 Olympics. Levy was part of Jamaica’s 4x100m relay team in 1972 and Daley, the 1971 CAC 400m champion, was part of three Olympic teams and helped Jamaica to fifth in the 4x400m relay in 1976.
BY BENNY GETENG PNG’s Nambawan Daily Newspaper Post Courier made the day for simple elementary school children on Friday by donating 200 plus Fun Run T-Shirts to Frierl Elementary School. The school located at Situm River at Nawaeb District received the shirts with huge smiles from Lae Bureau Manager Franco Nebas in the company of reporters Benny Geteng and Jerry Sefe. The small but significant donation with Post Courier prints is timely since it is the first time any organization had donated such items to the school since its establishment. The school has over 200 plus students from Elementary to Grade 3. Teacher in Charge Samson Borike said he was very thankful for Post Courier for choosing his school and that the students can now wear them during sporting activities at school as well. “We are very grateful for the donation however due to transport reasons we will not be able to bring students to take part in the Fun Run but they will wear the shirts and still promote the company anytime.” “Any other activities on Sunday in the area the students will still be able to take part.” On behalf of Post Courier Lae Bureau Manager Franco Nebas said that he was pleased the students have happily received the shirts and said most times town schools are selected and not the rural based schools. “We decided to bring the shirts to a rural school near the City to show that they may not miss out on such big occasions like the Fun Run in Lae City.” “When the shirts are worn by the students and people see them wearing them, they will know that Post Courier had given the shirts to them. That is the whole idea.”
A TOTAL of 188 transfers including 46 by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) were facilitated during the mid-season transfer period, which ended on January 30.During the period, the highest number of transfers was recorded by the West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) with 49, followed by the Upper Demerara Football Association (40), Georgetown Football Association (30), Rupununi Football Association (19), Berbice Football Association (3) and East Demerara Football Association (1).The Elite Clubs with the highest number of transfers include Fruta Conquerors FC and Ann’s Grove FC with seven players.Nicholai Andrews, Gregory Richardson, Tefon Daly, Simeon Moore, Miguel Rojas, Sunil Logan and Job Caesar (Fruta Conquerors FC) and Les-Charles Critchlow, Dwight Peters, Gerald Sobers, Kevin Smith, Chavez John, William Europe and Justin Herod (Ann’s Grove FC) were among high-volume movement of players.Ian Alves, GFF’s Competition Director, said the fans are already seeing the impact of the transfers in the Elite League, stating that the “the mid-season transfer period has seen quite a number of player movements, among the Elite Clubs, and this has contributed to a more competitive League.”“The fans are benefiting from the transfers, as clubs were able to bolster their performance, which is reflected on the pitch. This augurs well for the League, which is a platform for the engagement of consistent football and for senior national team selection,” said Alves.For the non-elite clubs, the top three clubs with a high number of transfers were Pouderoyen FC (31) followed by Haynes-Winners Connection FC (11) and Beacons FC (10). The next transfer window is scheduled for June 1 – July 31.
Members Buffalo, Boilermaker, GATOR! Forums Home This topic is now closed to further replies. Share this post 1,350 posts Favourite Logos:Hartford Wolf Pack, New York Rangers, Rangers Liberty Head, New England Pat the Patriot Share on other sites Why is there no collar logo on AHL jerseys? Members Recommended Posts Members 1,385 posts 187 Share on other sites 0 9 Why is there no collar logo on AHL jerseys? Link to post Location:Over There Bigboy1083 Sign in to follow this Share on other sites Share on other sites 20 Sabrejeff Always thought the Reebok AHL jerseys look strange at the collar, as they have the fabric there, but no logo on it. The NHL puts their shield, how come the AHL doesn’t put their logo?Because they realize how stupid it looks. Sabrejeff Always thought the Reebok AHL jerseys look strange at the collar, as they have the fabric there, but no logo on it. The NHL puts their shield, how come the AHL doesn’t put their logo?I think it’s because the AHL logo simply wouldn’t fit in the collar. If you look at both AHL logos, the oval that says ‘AHL’ in it, and the circle with the hockey player silhouette and ‘American Hockey League’ written around the circle, neither one of them would really fit in that little triangular space in the collar. I’m not 100% sure, but isn’t on the back of the neck?Nope, there’s the Reebok wordmark on the back. There’s an AHL logo on the back of the hem of the jersey. Share this post Posted November 7, 2011 JTernup Link to post 9 1,716 All Activity Skunk Duck Studios 313 Posted November 5, 2011 201 313 Link to post By ksupilot, November 1, 2011 in Sports Logo News 359 9 ElwoodCuse 1,716 313 0 0 Location:Western Hemisphere 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites Because hockey jerseys don’t traditionally have a crest on the neck, it is often put on the tail of the jersey. Reebok and the NHL put the logo at the neck with the EDGE system. Members Link to post 38 38 Always thought the Reebok AHL jerseys look strange at the collar, as they have the fabric there, but no logo on it. The NHL puts their shield, how come the AHL doesn’t put their logo?I think it’s because the AHL logo simply wouldn’t fit in the collar. If you look at both AHL logos, the oval that says ‘AHL’ in it, and the circle with the hockey player silhouette and ‘American Hockey League’ written around the circle, neither one of them would really fit in that little triangular space in the collar.They could just use this logo then:Or this with out the words around it:Or dust off this beauty:The first one is the one I mentioned and it wouldn’t fit. But either of the last two would work.I think that you would lose the details of the stick and skate blades. If you shrunk it down to fit the space. 55 Location:Gainesville, FL Location:Michigan Sports Logo News 15,138 posts Posted November 7, 2011 Just another thing the AHL does right, like having the home team wear white. Share on other sites 1,716 rxmc89 8,662 posts 0 oddball 1,118 20 Location:Connecticut Share this post Share this post JQK Share this post Always thought the Reebok AHL jerseys look strange at the collar, as they have the fabric there, but no logo on it. The NHL puts their shield, how come the AHL doesn’t put their logo?I think it’s because the AHL logo simply wouldn’t fit in the collar. If you look at both AHL logos, the oval that says ‘AHL’ in it, and the circle with the hockey player silhouette and ‘American Hockey League’ written around the circle, neither one of them would really fit in that little triangular space in the collar.They could just use this logo then:Or this with out the words around it:Or dust off this beauty:The first one is the one I mentioned and it wouldn’t fit. But either of the last two would work. Location:Buffalo, NY 1,259 posts charger77 Share this post Sports Logo News Sign in to follow this Members 359 Share this post Posted November 1, 2011 Share this post Just another thing the AHL does right, like having the home team wear white.That’s actually very wrong. Home team should always be in their dark jersey, and the fact that the AHL refuses to do this pisses me off to no end.I was so happy when the NHL finally woke up and corrected the “whites at home” mistake… time for the AHL to follow suit… Sports Logos 680 posts 201 187 359 Link to post Members SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites 20 Link to post 201 1,608 posts 0 0 Always thought the Reebok AHL jerseys look strange at the collar, as they have the fabric there, but no logo on it. The NHL puts their shield, how come the AHL doesn’t put their logo? Share on other sites Posted November 7, 2011 Share this post Share this post 4 0 1,118 Members 1,240 posts 27,087 posts Members Link to post Posted November 7, 2011 Just another thing the AHL does right, like having the home team wear white.That’s actually very wrong. Home team should always be in their dark jersey, and the fact that the AHL refuses to do this pisses me off to no end.I was so happy when the NHL finally woke up and corrected the “whites at home” mistake… time for the AHL to follow suit…Ditto. I prefer the home team to wear “their” colors at home. The “whites at home” thing is also something I’ve never liked about the NBA. Link to post Xodius Share on other sites 0 ksupilot oddball rxmc89 Sports Logos Posted November 7, 2011 Posted November 5, 2011 1,679 posts 4 Go To Topic Listing Share on other sites Posted November 7, 2011 Members Followers 0 Xodius My son also happens to be named Bort! ksupilot Location:Middleburg Heights, OH Share on other sites ElwoodCuse 0 Always thought the Reebok AHL jerseys look strange at the collar, as they have the fabric there, but no logo on it. The NHL puts their shield, how come the AHL doesn’t put their logo?I think it’s because the AHL logo simply wouldn’t fit in the collar. If you look at both AHL logos, the oval that says ‘AHL’ in it, and the circle with the hockey player silhouette and ‘American Hockey League’ written around the circle, neither one of them would really fit in that little triangular space in the collar.They could just use this logo then:Or this with out the words around it:Or dust off these beauty: Bigboy1083 charger77 JTernup Followers 0 55 Posted November 7, 2011 313 Link to post I’m not 100% sure, but isn’t on the back of the neck? Favourite Logos:Hartford Whalers 1,259 posts Link to post Share this post Location:15 minutes due west of Disneyland. Members Link to post Share this post Posted November 6, 2011 4 JQK 55 Members rxmc89 2,557 posts Posted November 6, 2011 0 Link to post Arts11 0 rxmc89 313 SportsLogos.Net 187 Arts11 Members All Activity 313 Miembro Forums Home 38 1,118 Why is there no collar logo on AHL jerseys?
Yesterday we covered reports from Turkey that Terim has dropped Steven Nzonzi from the first team, and Fulham’s Jean Michael Seri could return to Craven Cottage in the new year.Today Sabah reports Terim has told the Super Lig club’s board that he’s okay parting ways with all his ‘temporary’ players including Brighton’s Florin Andone and Fulham’s Seri, but the only exception is the Southampton player.Sabah report Lemina has a redemption clause of €16m, and Galatasaray will wait until the end of the season as they are following Southampton’s relegation battle closely.Gala reportedly want Saints to reduce the fee, which they feel could happen if they drop down to the Championship.The Turkish club also has a plan in place if the Premier League side won’t drop their asking price, with reports they will make another loan offer for the former Juventus player.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoEldelperiodico.com5 Reasons Why You Should Stop Eating Crab SticksEldelperiodico.comUndoWork from Home | Search AdsOnline Jobs Might Pay More Than You ThinkWork from Home | Search AdsUndoCNN with DBS BankHow Essential Businesses Are Surviving A Global PandemicCNN with DBS BankUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoCosmo-Womens21 Runway Outfits That Look Totally Different on Models and CelebritiesCosmo-WomensUndoGloriousa30 Wedding Photos That Went Horribly WrongGloriousaUndo Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim wants Southampton loaane Mario Lemina to stay at the club beyond this season, reports Turkish newspaper Sabah.
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Trae Patton/NBC(NEW YORK) — The battle rounds continued on Tuesday night’s The Voice, with artists from Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Gwen Stefani’s teams facing off against one another for the chance to advance to the knockout rounds. Tuesday’s episode ended with an emotional moment from a member of Team Gwen.Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals: Darius Rucker for Team Blake; Normani for Team Kelly; Usher for Team Legend; and will.i.am for Team Gwen.Monday night’s episode ended in a cliffhanger, with Gwen, who had already lost one artist to Kelly, at risk of losing another to John.James Violet, who lost his battle to Kyndal Inskeep, was up for grabs. Stefani revealed that her plan going into the round was to pick Kyndal and save James, but Legend rained on her parade by attempting to steal him. Ultimately, James picked John, moving on to the knockout rounds as a member of Team Legend.Here are more of Tuesday’s highlights:Team Blake’s country artists, Zach Bridges and Cory Jackson faced off on Toby Keith’s “Should’ve Been a Cowboy.” Blake, addressing the camera during rehearsals said the contest came down to which artist could deliver the tune with passion. He predicted it would be a “tough decision.” Following the battle, John commended both singers on a great job, but praised the tone of Zach’s voice in particular. Gwen agreed, but felt Cory kept “stealing the show” for her. Kelly declared the battle a tie. Blake, going with his gut, gave the victory to Zach, who now moves on to the knockouts as Jackson heads home.Next, Team Legend’s Marybeth Byrd went head-to-“heads” with duo Dane & Stephanie on Cam’s “Burning House.” Marybeth felt at a disadvantage being paired with a duo, but Dane, who is in the midst of transitioning from a female to a male, is experiencing changes in his voice and a little unsure of himself. Legend, addressing the camera, said he as looking for “growth” from both acts. Following the performance, Gwen called Dane & Stephanie’s harmonies “magical,” but found Byrd’s voice the one she wants to hear on the radio. Kelly thought the duo, especially Dane, were the stars of this match. Shelton praised Dane & Stephanie for their growth, but was putting his money on Marybeth to be in the finale. Legend had a “tough decision,” but named Marybeth the winner, citing her maturity for an 18-year-old. She advances to the next round. Dane & Stephanie were sent packing.Finally, Gwen, still reeling from losing James Violet, paired former corrections officer Rose Short with fellow R&B singer Jessie Lawrence for “Can’t Feel My Face,” by The Weeknd. Stefani’s adviser, will.i.am, thought Jessie definitely had the vocal chops, but lacked authenticity. He believed Rose’s biggest obstacle was her lack of confidence. Their performance blew the audience away, as well as the judges, who were hard-pressed to pick a winner. Gwen gave the battle to Rose, who moves on to the knockout rounds.Luckily for Jessie, Gwen wasn’t ready to see him leave, and used her final save. In a surprise move, Blake attempted to steal Lawrence, but conceded the move was simply a show of respect for the artist, and that Stefani was the coach for him — a moment that brought Jessie and the coaches to tears. Lawrence took Blake’s advice, choosing to continue in the competition as a member of Team Gwen.Next week, the battles conclude and the knockout rounds begin, with “mega mentor” Taylor Swift, when The Voice returns Monday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.