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More than his acrobatic shots and infamous walk in the air, Jordan is known for his winning attitude and ability to define what is humanly possible. His competitive spirit has been an inspiration to many people around the globe. This article focuses on Michael Jordan quotes together with my insights on every quotation for you to ponder on and apply to your daily living. "I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying." There are some instances in my life where I'm afraid to take risks and go beyond my limits for I don't want to be seen as failure or loser. I just want to be in my so called comfort zone and wait for better things in life to come. Unfortunately, life is no fairy tale. We need to try to become who we want to be. It all begins in trying followed by striving and if you really want it you'll get it eventually. "I've always believed that if you put in the work, the results will come. I don't do things half heartedly. Because I know if I do, then I can expect half hearted results." Everyone wants to succeed but not all is ready to work hard to achieve it. Daydreaming is a dangerous hobby if there's no action on your part. As the infamous Nike slogan says "just do it". There are no shortcuts and those "overnight" successes you see or read from the media are actually product of long hard work. Commit to your tasks and do it religiously. Don't let negative words to affect you. In several interviews with his Chicago Bulls teammates, they are one in saying that Jordan is the hardest working player on and off the court. He studied game tapes relentlessly, practiced 1 hour before the whole and perfected his trademark moves such as fade away. "You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them." If you want to achieve you need to believe in yourself first. Your mind is your greatest ally and it can be your worst enemy. It can seed doubts about your skills and abilities hindering you from achieving your true potential. Yet, it can let you see your good points. There are several trainings and books that will help build your self confidence and I suggest you take time to attend or read some of them. A friend of mine is one great guy who's very good with so many things like playing guitar and charcoal painting. He can be famous for his skills yet his low self esteem hinders him from getting high paying gigs and better opportunities. He has no one to blame but himself. One tactic suggested by some self help gurus is visualizing. You imagine what you want to be in the long run and try to make it as detailed as possible. Then outline the things you need to do to achieve them. Michael Jordan is not the tallest, faster or stronger player during his era yet he believes in his abilities and creativity that makes him stand out from the rest. Women Nike Free Run 2 Pink White Orange Red Quilted,Bangor ErrisNOT many saw this one coming. were as short as 1/6 with the bookmakers for Sunday afternoon's championship opener in Bangor but simply tore up the formbook to pull off a truly famous victory over one of the championship favourites.The men from the Barony were very much deserving winners as simply never hit top gear and now face a tough battle to advance from this competitive group.The key to 's victory was most definitely Mikie Sweeney's second half goal which stopped 's anticipated comeback right in its tracks.The wind that prevailed in Bangor was gale force for most of the game and the big crowd had expected the pre match favourites to overcome their three point half time deficit with the aid of the elements.However, Sweeney's fisted goal on 43 minutes, coupled with points from Ed Barrett and Ultan Corrigan shortly after, left with a six point gap to bridge with only 12 minutes remaining. had the strong wind at their backs in the first half and went two points up early on as the influential Mikie Sweeney and Shane Lindsay (free) raised the white flag inside four minutes.However, went through the gears in explosive fashion on seven minutes when a sweeping move from one end of the field to the other saw Aidan Kilcoyne burst through and bury a fine goal past a hapless Cathal Carey.Ollie Munnelly's lads refused to panic though and were dominating around the middle where Pat Coyle had been deployed from the outset. Three points on the trot from John Reilly, Lindsay and an Ed Barrett free gave a two point lead on 18 minutes.However, responded again to equalise through Kilcoyne (free) and Stephen Sweeney before dominated the closing stages of the half, putting over four points on the trot through three Shane Lindsay frees and an Ed Barrett score out from wide on the left.A superb Aidan Kilcoyne free for late in injury time left up by 0 9 to 1 3 at the break.'s expected second half comeback got under way with an early second half point from Kilcoyne but they were dealt a severe blow when the inspirational Trevor Howley was forced off with a knee injury, picked up when tussling for a breaking ball around the middle.Another fine point from Kilcoyne narrowed thegap to one before , on a rare second half attack, scored their crucial second half goal on 43 minutes. John Reilly punted a free from the midfield area in around a crowded penalty area and Mikie Sweeney nipped in to palm the ball past a hesitant Niall Canavan.Crucially, followed up their goal with two more points from another Barrett free and a fine effort from the ever dangerous Corrigan to stretch ahead by six points. then rallied with three Damien Munnelly frees and Gerry Higgins also scored to leave two between them on 54 minutes.However, continued to win a lot of the breaking ball around the middle and a long delivery from Pat Coyle inside to Corrigan saw the corner forward dummy beautifully inside Jarlath O'Hora before fisting over the bar to make the margin three again with as many minutes remaining.Substitute Brian Timlin cut the margin to two on the stroke of full time before a succession of injuries saw a mammoth eight minutes of added time played. tried hard to set up a goalscoring chance but their only real opportunity came with the last attack of the game when Aidan Kilcoyne was fouled 21 yards out.The visitors appeared to be told that the free was the last kick of the game, and veteran Declan Sweeney was summoned up from centre back to take the free.All 14 outfield players lined up beside Cathal Carey on the line and when Sweeney's shot was successfully blocked, Charlie Collins blew his full time whistle.Subs used: K Langan for Howley; D Walsh for Reape; K Ruttledge for Stadler; B Timlin (0 1) for B Ruttledge.
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A colleague heard a loud bang and Mr Cisarik's screaming and saw he had been pulled into the machine and was trying to climb out of a side door. The court was told that if the safety interlocks had been working, the machine would have stopped as Mr Cisarik entered the machine. Instead the safety interlocks had been intentionally disabled as the key had been placed into the main switch on an opposite door. This wrongly signalled that the machine door was closed, but in fact allowed it to run with the doors open, giving unguarded access to dangerous machinery. Following the incident, HSE served four Prohibition Notices on the company preventing further use of the CNC and three other machines because of inadequate guarding of dangerous equipment. Interlock switches on two other CNC machines were found to be broken. After the hearing, HSE Inspector Andrea Jones, said: "This horrific incident was entirely preventable. P. Craven Engineering Ltd failed to put vital, but very straightforward, measures in place to protect its workforce. The machine should been provided with working interlocked guards that stop the movement of dangerous parts when opened. "Tomas Cisarik was very lucky not to be paralysed or killed. He was able to return to work for a different company after three months. He was still in constant pain and couldn't bend his back. Fortunately he has now nearly fully recovered. "The very real dangers associated with CNC machines include entanglement with rotating parts, contact with sharp tools, crushing, and injury by ejected components. These risks are well known in the industry and the safeguards are very well established." P. Craven Engineering Co Ltd of Woodlands Road, Batley, admitted contravening the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 at the factory in Walkley Lane, Heckmondwike. They were fined and ordered to pay in costs. Photo shows some of Mr Cisarik's clothing wound around the CNC machine tool and the size of the machine inside. Women Nike Free Run 2 Pink White Orange Red Quilted Please remember to sign and date all talk and discussion by typing or clicking the "Your signature with timestamp" button (2nd from the right). This page serves to collect logo proposals for Wikispecies. Please note that the current logo policy of the Wikimedia Foundation is that logos are not meant to be open content, because this conflicts with possible trademarks. Number 6 looks good, but there isn't enough distinction between it and the Meta Wiki logo. I would have to go with 14. Zephram Stark 17:36, 14 November 2005 (UTC) Some two months ago, the final decision was reached. The only thing left is a good vector version of the chosen logo(6) . The one that you propose is in my opinion an new concept, but sadly beyond the deadline. I also find it not enough stylised: the 3D effect (6bis) doesn't fit with the existing sister project logos and the cut out one (14) looks a bit messy (would anybody notice its floral origins?). Lycaon 19:34, 14 November 2005 (UTC) Some of the sister project logos are flat, while others have depth. The logo for our most popular project, Wikipedia, is completely three dimensional. A vector version is not needed when you have a large enough high quality raster image. For instance, there is no vector version that shows the final rendering of the Wikipedia or Wikisource logos. The Meta Wiki logo is a flat blue semicircle with green inside and a red ball on top. So is number 6. None of the other sister project logos emulate the Meta Wiki logo, so why would we want Species to look virtually the same? I believe that the best logos look good small, but are still interesting when they are large. Just a hint of three dimensional shading makes a simple logo interesting at bigger scales. The patterned, yet asymmetrical, cutout of the organic version (14) is indicative of any species and relays its incongruous nature at all scales. The cutout is supposed to "look a bit messy," because life is messy. Yet the symmetry of the rest of the logo shows how we are organizing and objectively defining all the messiness here at Wikispecies. As you can see in the snippet of code I've copied below, that height is limited to 155px. It should be dynamic, based on the size of the logo.
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