Happy that this time my trip home is educational! Thank you @speak_english_russia for the opportunity to introduce you to modern evolutional biology. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did ♥️
Ура, первая лекция в этом году проведена! Очень рада, что это получилось, и получилось успешно! Я уверена, что не бывает глупых вопросов, а бывают некомпетентные ответы. Так что надеюсь, что таких ответов с моей стороны не было. Эволюционная биология - очень широкое направление, так что надеюсь, что в следующий раз получится рассказать много нового и интересного.
The whirlwind of activity can take over your day, let’s help you prepare and succeed. I am passionate about sharing with you what I know works to support peak performance.
Sign up to avoid these mistakes. https://lnkd.in/eBxRf5D
🌟 brand new designer one bedroom + study apartment in the heart of Gladesville 🏡 entertain friends to a whole new level at the rooftop garden 🥂 breathtaking 360 degree views of city, harbour bridge and surrounds 😱 • call me today for exclusive access before our scheduled open homes! #JustListed
🤦🏾♂️ Anybody can represent us Repost from @maarifacircle.com (@maarifacircle using @RepostRegramApp - "You may now have a degree in computer technology, you may now have job that pays you 40, 50, 60 thousand dollars a year, but your fundamental relationship to the European has not change one bit from the fundamental relationship between our African forefathers and his European slave master. For as you work your computers, you still work to the profits of Europeans. And so, the fact that we moved into the executive offices does not mean we’ve moved into power. Does not mean that the fundamental power relationship between Europeans and Africans have changed one bit.
As a matter of fact, the moving of Blacks into the executive offices is an effort to maintain that power, and to obscure that power behind a form of neocolonialism. I don’t think it is an accident that the desegregation movement and the assimilationist movement in America parallel the neocolonial movement in Africa.
As I often tell my classes, you as Black students are now being educated to put a Black face on white power, and to deceive your people into thinking because you’ve got a job we have moved forward as a people.” — Dr. Amos N. Wilson
Everybody must understand that #development of a player is very long and very hard process!!! Great coaching, great parenting and great team is very important on this rocky road to success!! 3 rules that can help you develop your player. Number 1️⃣: You can’t go around #hardwork Number 2️⃣: Teach them what determination, wish,focus, love and passion towards the game means!!! And Number 3️⃣: Feed them confidence every step of the way and they will always get up when they fall!!! Work hard, #pray and #belive and success will come!! 💪💪💪🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 #godbless#tennis#daddysgirl#wisdom#pantovictennisacademy#vamos @victoriapantovic
Broadspectrum’s General Manager for Business Community Investment, Neil Birtchnell and Indigenous Development Manager, Llewellyn Williams were invited to the Prime Minister’s ‘Closing the Gap’ address to Federal Parliament. Formalities began with a morning tea hosted by the Business Council of Australia, where Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Honourable Nigel Scullion, Minister for Indigenous Affairs expressed the important role corporate Australia plays in closing the gap. Morning tea was followed by the Prime Minister’s official address on the 2018 Closing the Gap Report to Parliament. Click on the 🔗 in our bio for more information