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Coursing Ability Test

Coursing Ability Test
Event on 2017-11-11 00:00:00
Event Info for Exhibitors

Event Status: Approved

Eligible Breeds: All AKC-Recognized Breeds , All American Dogs

Opening Date: Sat,  Nov 11, 2017  8:30 AM

Closing Date: Sat,  Nov 11, 2017  

Time Zone: Central

Additional Information: 

Entry and Event Info Contact: Ms. Deb Sutherland, Event Secretary
11430 Stait Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
(972) 342-0053   

Event Chair Contact: Ms. Christine  St George 1206 N Slope Carrollton, TX 75007 940-241-3300

at Myers Park & Event Center
(Formerly Collin County Youth Park)
McKinney, United States


Test Event

Test Event
Event on 2018-03-09 19:00:00

at Hyenas Dallas
5321 East Mockingbird
Dallas, United States


AKC CGC – Canine Good Citizen Test Center – Feb 22nd

AKC CGC – Canine Good Citizen Test Center – Feb 22nd
Event on 2017-02-22 18:00:00
Canine Good Citizen testing by invitation only. You will be contacted with your appointment time. Please arrive early. The AKC's Canine Good Citizen program is recognized as the gold standard for dog behavior. In CGC, dogs who pass the 10 step CGC test can earn a certificate and/or the official AKC CGC title. Dogs with the CGC title have the suffix, "CGC" after their names. The Canine Good Citizen Program lays the foundation for other AKC activities such as obedience, agility, tracking, and performance events. As you work with your dog to teach the CGC skills, you'll discover the many benefits and joys of training your dog. Training will enhance the bond between you and your dog. Dogs who have a solid obedience education are a joy to live with-they respond well to household routines, have good manners in the presence of people and other dogs, and they fully enjoy the company of the owner who took the time to provide training, intellectual stimulation, and a high quality life. We sincerely hope that CGC will be only a beginning for you and your dog and that after passing the CGC test, you'll continue training in obedience, agility, tracking, or performance events.

at Dog Training Club of Dallas County, Inc.
604 Crestside Drive
Duncanville, United States


Do you think you know the “Sound Of Music”? Here is a test to see if you do? IT IS NOT MY HOMEWORK!?

Question by HarryPotterLuver: Do you think you know the “Sound Of Music”? Here is a test to see if you do? IT IS NOT MY HOMEWORK!?
Questions 1-17

1. Why did the family have to leave Austria?
2. Who was the Third Reich?
3. What song did Maria sing to cheer herself up?
4. How many children did Captain von Trapp have?
5. In what country is the story set?
6. Why did Maria originally go to the von Trapp home?
7. Where were they going at the end of the movie?
8. Why were they walking over the mountains?
9. What did Maria use to make the children’s play clothes?
10. What did the children put in Maria’s pocket when they first met her?
11. What did Maria sit on at the dinner table at her first meal with the family?
12. How did the Captain call the children when Maria first met them?
13. What did Captain von Trapp do for a living?
14. What historic event was going on at the time of the story?
15. Who was the oldest daughter’s boyfriend?
16. Where did the von Trapp family first sing in public?
17. Where did the von Trapp’s hide when they were hiding from the Nazis?
Questions 18-29

18. What is the national flower of Austria, and was also the name of a song in the musical?
19. Which child’s name did Maria forget when she was praying?
20. What song did Maria use to teach the children to sing?
21. Why did Maria leave during the party?
22. What kind of performance did Maria and the children do for the captain and the baroness?
23. Why did the children start crying at the dinner table when Maria first came to live with them?
24. What song did Maria teach the children so they could sing to the baroness?
25. How did Rolfe alert the soldiers when he found the von Trapp family?
26. How were the children expected to behave at the beginning of the musical?
27. What was the family friend’s name who wanted to promote the von Trapp Family Singers?
28. What did Captain von Trapp tear off the house when he and Maria returned from their honeymoon?
29. What inspirational song did the Mother Superior sing to Maria to encourage her to face her problems?
Questions 30-42

30. Who was the first child who came to Maria’s room during the storm?
31. Where were the children playing when Captain von Trapp was driving the baroness home?
32. Why did Captain von Trapp have such a harsh attitude when Maria first arrived?
33. What did the Nazis want Captain von Trapp to do?
34. Why was Captain von Trapp opposed to music in the house when Maria first came?
35. What did the baroness play with the children to try to make them like her?
36. How did the children say goodnight at the party?
37. What did Leasel ask to do at the party, but her father said “no”?
38. Why did Leasel leave the dinner table at Maria’s first meal with the family?
39. Why couldn’t the Nazis chase the von Trapp’s when they fled the country?
40. Why did Captain von Trapp allow his family to sing in the festival?
41. What song did Leasel and Rolfe sing to each other in the gazebo?
42. Why did the captain decide not to marry the baroness?
Questions 42-54

42. Why did the captain decide not to marry the baroness?
43. Where did Maria enjoy being?
44. What was wrong with the family car when they were pushing it down the driveway?
45. Where did Maria and the children go for their picnic?
46. What member of the von Trapp household reported the family’s escape attempt to the Nazis?
47. Who was the announcer at the music festival?
48. Why did Maria start singing during the captain’s solo at the festival?
49. How many children were there in the family?
50. Why did the Mother Superior give Maria the assignment of being a governess?
51. Why did the captain get mad when Maria was telling him about the children?
52. Why did Grettle say she couldn’t sing after Maria left?
53. What did Leasel tell Maria when they first met and the children where telling her about their names?
54. What excuse did Maria give the Captain for her reaction when she sat on the pine cone?
Questions 54-58

54. What excuse did Maria give the Captain for her reaction when she sat on the pine cone?
55. What happened when Maria and the children first met the baroness?
56. In what year did the stage version of “The Sound Of Music” open in New York City?
57. In what year was it made into a movie?
58. In what state of the United States did part of the von Trapp family settle?
ONLY DO 42 AND 54 ONCE!!! Sorry for the mistake!
Do not answer by saying my question is too long or you don’t know! Only answer if you have the answers to the questions! It’s okay if you don’t know some of them! Answer the one’s you know.

Best answer:

Answer by Scotty
I love that movie, but sorry its WAY too much to ask for 10 points…………..

Give your answer to this question below!


where can i find the dps air breaks test to study?

Question by King Vaughn: where can i find the dps air breaks test to study?
trying to get CDL and the air breaks is my last written test.

Best answer:

Answer by oklatom
My crystal ball is in the shop being polished, so you will have to give a clue as to where you are. You know, like a country, or a state if you’re in the US…

And I suspect you mean “air brake”, not break, which means to smash violently.

But if you would like to see a practice test on air brakes, have a look here. http://www.truckercountry.com/cdl-air-brakes-test.html

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Q&A: What happens during the DPS road test?

Question by popowin425: What happens during the DPS road test?

Best answer:

Answer by UCANTCME

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Detroit Public Schools fails on science test

Detroit Public Schools fails on science test
Detroit — Students tested from Detroit Public Schools once again have scored the worst in the nation — this time in science, according to national scores released Thursday.
Read more on Detroit News

Schainker recommends ISU DPS oversight of transit hub
The Ames City Council likely will contract with Iowa State University for its Department of Public Safety to operate an intermodal transit hub in Campustown.
Read more on The Ames Tribune

State hoops: Oakland breezes past UMKC
Keith Benson’s 18th double-double of the season led Summit League champion Oakland to a 103-90 victory over UMKC tonight.
Read more on Detroit Free Press


Pakistan vs England live streaming of 4th test from Lords, internet cricket tv broadcast august 26-30

Pakistan vs England live streaming of 4th test from Lords, internet cricket tv broadcast august 26-30

Pakistan vs England live streaming of 4th test from Lords, internet cricket tv broadcast august 26-30 watch it live in the following links, watch them live in hd quality. both teams will play die hard in this match. pakistan is up for a series draw and england is to make the bigger lead. you didnt get the ticket ? so what watch it in your pc, laptop, office, outdour anywhere. watch it live and all the cricket matches.

Match scheduled to begin at 11:00 local time (10:00 GMT)

Earlier match results:
Team 1      Team 2      Winner      Margin      Ground      Match Date      Scorecard
England     Pakistan     England     354 runs     Nottingham     Jul 29-Aug 1, 2010
England     Pakistan     England     9 wickets     Birmingham     Aug 6-9, 2010
England     Pakistan     Pakistan     4 wickets     The Oval     Aug 18-21, 2010



Whether last week’s result at The Oval was attributable to poor batting from England or outstanding bowling from Pakistan – and the truth invariably lies somewhere in between – it is a fact nonetheless that England’s dominance in this series, taken somewhat for granted as they coasted to a 2-0 lead with a nine-wicket win in the second Test at Edgbaston, is nowhere near as absolute as it might have once appeared. In fact, as the series finale looms at an overcast (and therefore swing-friendly) Lord’s, it might even be described as precarious.
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Pakistan vs England live streaming of 4th test from Lords, internet cricket tv broadcast august 26-30

Thanks to an ever-diminishing series of team totals, which have drifted downwards from a decent 354 in the first Test at Trent Bridge to an insubstantial 222 at The Oval, the focus has fallen on England’s batsmen to a degree not seen since they crashed to 102 all out at Headingley in the penultimate Test against Australia last summer. Then, of course, they battled back from a series-squaring innings defeat to claim the Ashes one match later with a hefty victory at The Oval, and all was forgiven. The challenge now, in England’s final Test before the squad to tour Down Under is finalised, is to re-harness those powers of bouncebackability.

“It certainly wasn’t the worst game we’ve had since I took charge,” said England’s captain, Andrew Strauss. “We’ve had some poor performances in the past, but we lost the game and that was disappointing because we should have been better than that. There are lessons to be learnt from The Oval and there’s a pretty strong determination within the group to prove that that was a one-off and that we’re better than we showed [in that match]. That’s a pretty good state of mind to have, because generally, when we’ve had that state of mind, we’ve done well.”

England, to be fair, have long had a pretty healthy record in that regard. It wasn’t until the penultimate year of Michael Vaughan’s reign, against India in 2007, that he relinquished his record of following every Test defeat with a victory at the next attempt, and while Andrew Strauss hasn’t quite attained those standards, he’s nevertheless started pretty healthily with a draw and two victories following his three previous defeats as England captain.

However, given that England bowled Pakistan out for 80 and 72 in the first two Tests at Trent Bridge and Edgbaston, last week’s defeat has to rate as the most unexpected yet of Strauss’s captaincy career – even ahead of the infamous 51 all out in Sabina Park 18 months ago, for the speed of that second-innings capitulation was at least in keeping with the pervading mood of crisis that had gripped the England squad since the falling-out between Kevin Pietersen and Peter Moores. The Oval reversal, on the other hand, has awakened issues that had been allowed to pass unnoticed during a misleadingly comfortable run of six Test wins in a row – and need to be addressed rather urgently.

“We haven’t batted brilliantly, but it’s hard to score 500 on a pitch that’s doing a lot,” said Strauss. “There was less excuse at The Oval because that was a pretty good batting wicket, but when you as a side are scoring 200 on a pitch where the opposition are being bowled out for 80, you’ve done a reasonably good job. It would be wrong to bury our heads in the sand and say everything is fine, but I’m very satisfied with the batting group generally. The key is to make sure that if you do lose a wicket, the next guy that comes in establishes himself at the crease and doesn’t allow the opposition to build some strong momentum.”

For Strauss himself, there’s an extra pressure looming in this match, partly as a result of Alastair Cook’s success in quelling the calls for his head by reaching a personally invaluable century in that Oval defeat, and partly as a consequence of Strauss’s own struggle for form this summer. As was the case against India in 2007, when he was dropped from the team following a prolonged slump, he’s been dismissed by a left-arm seamer in five innings out of six – with Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz filling the roles of Zaheer Khan and RP Singh respectively. And while Kevin Pietersen has attracted attention for his run of 25 innings without a century, Strauss is also in need of a significant score – since making 161 against Australia on this ground in July 2009, he’s gone 22 innings without reaching three figures.

“It’s one of those things,” said Strauss. “If you start looking for too many reasons for things, then you’re not concentrating on what you need to do, which is to go out and play. I’m reasonably happy with how my batting is going, because I’ve made some useful contributions but not got to three figures. A lot of the pressure that comes on a batsman comes from outside the group, but Lord’s is a wicket I generally play well on, and I’m confident things will go my way.”

If ever there was a venue designed to quell the jitters of England’s malfunctioning top-order, it is Lord’s, where a place on the famous dressing-room honours board manages – for the batsmen at least – to be both a thrilling accolade and somewhat passé. Both Strauss and Pietersen have made four centuries at the ground, with Pietersen’s 152 against South Africa in 2008 leading to his memorable declaration that he had “never felt so loved”, and of the current top seven, only Eoin Morgan has yet to make his mark. Admittedly, he’s only played at the ground on one occasion, against Bangladesh earlier this summer, but that was also Jonathan Trott’s Lord’s debut, and he marked the occasion with a career-best 226.

For Pakistan, however, the allure of playing at Lord’s will be heightened by the memories and lessons learned during their defeat against Australia earlier in the summer. Although the eventual 150-run margin looks emphatic on paper, the reality was of another nip-and-tuck contest in which ball dominated bat until the latter stages of Australia’s second innings, when the sun shone sufficiently to allow the last two wickets to add a vital 126 runs. Pakistan’s captain, Salman Butt, who made 63 and 92 in the match, believes his team will be stronger for the experience.

“Now we know the slopes and from where the wind comes,” he said. “Not more than the English team, but still I think if we can play to our potential, we can beat them and level the series, and that would be the most wonderful thing. To come from 2-0 down to level the series would help and boost their confidence for the rest of their futures, and in difficult times in the future they will have something very good to remember – even when they are older and telling young people what can happen.”

Article from articlesbase.com


Q&A: DNA test exonerates Dallas man jailed for 25 years. Your thoughts?

Question by ko_Oties: DNA test exonerates Dallas man jailed for 25 years. Your thoughts?

This poor man had his life taken away from him for 25 years! 🙁
Johnnie Earl Lindsey said he wrote six letters to a Dallas County court seeking post-conviction DNA testing that could prove his innocence. All six were ignored, he said. “I couldn’t get nobody to hear my case,” said Lindsey, 56. “Once I could get someone to pay attention to what’s going on, there was no doubt in my mind I would be exonerated.”

That day came Friday, about a week after testing on DNA evidence from a rape kit taken after a 1981 sexual assault of a Dallas woman excluded Lindsey as the source.”State District Judge Larry Mitchell released Lindsey on a personal recognizance bond and recommended the state Court of Criminal Appeals overturn the rape conviction. Lindsey will be considered officially exonerated once the higher court accepts the recommendation or if Gov. Rick Perry grants a pardon.

Mitchell, who was credited by Lindsey for being the first court official to take an interest in his case, delivered an impassioned apology from the bench.

“I can’t tell you how sorry I am this happened to you. Your freedom was taken away from you for all these years,” Mitchell said. “There’s a saying that justice delayed is justice denied. Justice was delayed for too long in your case.”

And all the Judge can say is “I’m sorry” that ( o _ 0 ) you were wrongly accused, and lost 25 years of your life because of a mistake in the beaurocratic red tape in the State of Texas.

Best answer:

Kooties, I was looking at wrongful convictions the other day and you would be surprised at the injustices at the hand of the justice system. Money talks. If you got it you can fight it if you don’t then you lose so much. I feel so bad for people in these situations.

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Fifth Gear Web TV – Infiniti M37 Road Test

Vicki tests out the new M37 from Infiniti — an executive saloon car that comes with the same powerful V6 engine as Nissan’s 370z; and such luxurious gadgets as a Sat Nav that can find Michelin-starred restaurants and an air con system that breathes woodland fragrances into the cabin. But is this funny looking saloon car really a match for proven German rivals? For more videos, news and reviews go to fwd.five.tv