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A Million Little Things

A Million Little Things is an American family drama television series created by DJ Nash for ABC. Nash, Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor, James Griffiths serve as executive producers on the series; the series is produced by Kapital Entertainment. The series features an ensemble cast including David Giuntoli, Romany Malco, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, Christina Ochoa, Grace Park, James Roday, Stéphanie Szostak, Tristan Byon and Lizzy Greene; the series received a put pilot commitment at ABC in August 2017. In October 2018, the show was picked for a full season of 17 episodes. In February 2019, ABC renewed the series for a second season which premiered on September 26, 2019. Set in Boston, a tight-knit circle of friends is shocked after a member of the group dies from suicide unexpectedly; the friends realize that they need to start living life as they cope with their loss. The title is a reference to the saying "Friendship isn't a big thing – it's a million little things." David Giuntoli as Eddie Saville, a music teacher and stay-at-home dad, having marital problems.

Romany Malco as Rome Howard, who yearns to accomplish something more meaningful with his life. Allison Miller as Maggie Bloom, a therapist and Gary's girlfriend who survived breast cancer. Christina Moses as Regina Howard, a chef who wants to open her own restaurant. Christina Ochoa as Ashley Morales, Jon's assistant. Grace Park as Katherine Kim, who used to be the fun one of the group, but now is a mom juggling her career as a lawyer and parenting her son. James Roday as Gary Mendez, a friend of Eddie and Rome, a survivor of breast cancer. Stéphanie Szostak as Delilah Dixon, Jon's widow. Tristan Byon as Theo Saville and Katherine's son. Lizzy Greene as Sophie Dixon and Delilah's moody 16-year-old daughter. Chance Hurstfield as Danny Dixon and Delilah's son and Sophie's little brother. Ron Livingston as Jon Dixon, a successful businessman who unexpectedly takes his own life. Constance Zimmer as Jeri Huntington, a councilwoman Henderson Wade as Hunter, Katherine's co-worker. James Tupper as Andrew Pollock and Delilah's financial partner in the restaurant.

Drea de Matteo as Barbara Nelson, a mysterious woman from Jon's past. Chandler Riggs as PJ Nelson, a young man who befriends Rome revealed to be Barbara Morgan's son. Melora Hardin as Patricia Bloom, Maggie's mother. Jason Ritter as Eric, a man who claimed to have Maggie's deceased brother's heart, he reveals that the heart went to his now deceased fiancée. Sam Huntington as Tom, a mystery man from Maggie's past. Marcia Gay Harden as Alice, Gary's estranged mother Sutton Foster as Chloe, Eric's deceased fiancée Paul Guilfoyle as Lenny, Delilah's father and Sophie's grandfather who has Alzheimer's disease. On August 18, 2017, ABC landed a series titled A Million Little Things with a put pilot commitment, to be written by DJ Nash, who would serve as executive producer alongside Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor; the series was described as "being in the tone of The Big Chill," with the title stemming from the popular adage, "Friendship isn't a big thing – it's a million little things." Nash came up with the idea for the series following his single-camera comedy pilot Losing It.

He said that "Sometimes in comedy, you have to apologize for adding drama, why I was so thrilled to see ABC's passion for a drama that has comedy". ABC ordered the series to pilot in January 2018, the show was picked up to series on May 9, 2018; the series is produced by Kapital Entertainment. On February 5, 2019, during the TCA press tour, A Million Little Things was renewed for a second season. On August 8, 2019, it was announced. On February 6, 2018, David Giuntoli was cast as Eddie. A week Romany Malco was cast as Rome. By the end of the month, Christina Ochoa had joined the cast as Ashley, along with Anne Son as Katherine, Christina Moses as Regina Howard, James Roday as Gary. In early March 2018, Stéphanie Szostak was cast as Delilah, while Lizzy Greene was cast as Sophie Dixon; that month, it was revealed that Ron Livingston had joined the series in an unspecified role, revealed with the series order in May to be the character Jon. On June 27, 2018, Grace Park was cast as Katherine, replacing Anne Son, in the original pilot.

Production on the pilot took place from March 12 to 2018, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Principal photography for the first season began on July 24, 2018, concluded on February 4, 2019. Filming for the second season began on June 19, 2019 and ended on February 19, 2020; the soundtrack for the first season was released digitally on March 2019, by Hollywood Records. The series premiered on September 2018 on ABC in the United States. In Turkey, the series broadcast through pay broadcaster Digiturk; the second season is set to premiere on September 26, 2019. On review aggregation Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 53% with an average rating of 6.34/10, based on 32 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Despite a decent ensemble and a few intriguing elements, A MillIon Little Things breaks under the weight of its own lofty ambitions." Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 51 out of 100 based on 15 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews."

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Canoeing at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Women's slalom K-1

The women's K-1 slalom competition in canoeing at the 2008 Summer Olympics took place on August 13 and August 15, 2008 at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park in Beijing. The K-1 event is raced by one-person kayaks through a whitewater course; the final was rescheduled to the 15th due to persistent lightning at the Park. There were three rounds of competitions: the heats, the semifinal, the final. In the heats, each canoeist completed two runs of the course; the time, in seconds, of each run was added to the number of penalty points assessed. Touching any of the 21 slalom gates resulted in a 2-second penalty for each gate touched, while skipping any of the gates resulted in a 50-second penalty; the total times for the two preliminary runs were summed to give a score for the heats. The top 15 boats advanced to the semifinals; the semifinals consisted of a single run. The field was narrowed to the top 10 scores from that run; the times from the final were added to the semifinal score to give an overall total.

All times are China Standard Time Qualified for semifinal Qualified for final ICF slalom canoeing schedule for the 2008 Summer Olympics. - accessed July 30, 2008. 2008 women's slalom K-1 results

Sheree Bradford-Lea

Sheree Bradford-Lea is a Canadian freelance cartoonist and mixed-media artist, based in Ottawa, Ontario. Sheree Bradford-Lea received a M. A. in Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University. Her cartoons and humour have been published in various publications since 1994, starting with The Best Contemporary Women's Humor, her cartoon strip'Life Outside The Box' was a regular feature in the quarterly publication Homebase: A Forum for Mothers from 1998 until Homebase ceased publication in 2003, in the monthly publication Cahoots magazine from 2005 until Cahoots ceased publication in 2011. She was the Editorial Cartoonist at the weekly newspaper The Winchester Press and at the weekly online news publication Blacklock's Reporter, her freelance cartoons have been printed and reprinted in various publications, including Horizon Magazine: A Digest of Good Stories and Humour, Hip Mama and The New Quarterly. As Randy Glasbergen says: "Having an editor accept one of your cartoons is comparable to having an audience laugh at a joke told by a comedian.

Getting that cartoon reprinted in another publication is like a standing ovation." Bradford-Lea artworks have been part of group exhibitions in Ottawa galleries since 2008. She has created and donated artworks to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, The Canadian Stone Carving Festival, the Dr. Who chair for the Ikea & OCRI Pull Up A Chair for Breakfast Campaign, with her daughters, Zoë and Monica, her work is sold through her own company, SABL Cartoon Creations. A play The Devil Is In The Details was produced by Flush Ink Productions in 2013, a stand-alone monologue I Am Supergirl was produced by Sarasvàti Theatre in the same year. I Am Supergirl proved to be a popular piece. In 2015 she co-created Shanima Puppet Players, the group received a 2016 art grant to perform at The Happening in Hintonburg, she is vice president of the Capital Network of Sculptors. She teaches classes and workshops on cartooning, other visual art and drama in various locations in Ottawa, was the Creative Cartooning and Illustration Professor at Algonquin College from 2009 to 2013, gives talks and writes articles on cartooning.

Caricature-Canadian Editorial Cartoons Mothering Canada: Interdisciplinary Voices The Best Contemporary Women's Humor Herstory: The Canadian Women's Calendar, 2004 to 2012 I Am Supergirl, stand alone monologue produced by Sarasvàti Productions Helping The Medicine Go Down During Reading Tasks Canadian Teacher Magazine Glasbergen, Randy. How To Be A Successful Cartoonist. North Light Books. Official website

British League Knockout Cup 1965

The British League Knockout Cup 1965 was the 27th edition of the Knockout Cup. It was the first time that it was called the British League Knockout Cup following a reorganisation of speedway in the United Kingdom. Third Round Replay West Ham Hammers 1) Ken McKinlay 2* 2* 2* 3 2* - 11 * 2) Reg Trott 3 3 3 1 2* - 12 3) Sverre Harrfeldt 3 3 3 3 3 - 15* 4) Brian Leonard 1 1 2 0 0 - 4 5) Norman Hunter Ef 3 3 3 3 - 12 6) Malcolm Simmons 2 2* 2* Ef 3 - 9 7) Tony Clarke 0 0 - 0Exeter Falcons 1) Colin Gooddy 0 1 0 2 2 - 6 2) Des Lukehurst 1 1* 1 1* 1 - 5 3) Jimmy Squibb 2 0 1 1 0 - 4 4) lan Cowland 0 0 1 0 0 - 1 5) Chris Blewett 1 F N N N - 1 6) Jack Geran 3 2 2 2 1 - 10 7) Ivor Hughes 2 3 0 1* 1* - 7 Ht 01: Trott, McKinlay, Gooddy 75.4 Ht 02: Harrfeldt, Leonard, Cowland 73.8 Ht 03: Trott, Lukehurst, Clarke 76.4 Ht 04: Harrfeldt, McKinlay, Squibb 75.2 Ht 05: Geran, Blewett, Hunter 75.8 Ht 06: Trott, McKinlay, Cowland 76.2 Ht 07: Harrfeldt, Leonard, Blewett 75.4 Ht 08: Hunter, Lukehurst, Gooddy 75.4 Ht 09: Hughes, Cowland, Clarke 77.6 Ht 10: McKinlay, Trott, Hughes 76.0 Ht 11: Hunter, Squibb, Cowland 75.2 Ht 12: Harrfeldt, Lukehurst, Leonard 77.4 Ht 13: Hunter, Hughes, Simmons 76.2 Ht 14: Harrfeldt, McKinlay, Cowland 76.2 Ht 15: Simmons, Geran, Squibb 76.8 Ht 16: Hunter, Hughes, Leonard 77.2 Exeter Falcons 1) Colin Gooddy Ef 3 2 3 2* - 10 2) Des Lukehurst 2 3 1* 0 0 - 6 3) Jack Geran 2 Ef Ef 2 3 -7 4) Chris Blewett Ret 1 3 Fx N - 4 5) lan Cowland 0 2 1* 3 Ef - 6 6) Jimmy Squibb 1 1* 2 2* 2 - 8 7) Ivor Hughes 2* 0 2 - 4 West Ham Hammers 1) Ken McKinlay 3 1* 3 3 3 - 13 2) Reg Trott 1 1 0 N 1 - 3 3) Sverre Harrfeldt 3 2 3 3 3 - 14 4) Brian Leonard 1 0 2 0 F - 3 5) Norman Hunter 3 3 2 Ef 1 - 9 6) Malcolm Simmons 2* 2* 1* 1 1 - 7 7) Tony Clarke 0 1* 1 - 2 Ht 01: McKinlay, Trott, Gooddy 75.0 Ht 02: Harrfeldt, Leonard, Blewett 74.8 Ht 03: Lukehurst, Trott, Clarke 75.2 5 1 9 9 Ht 04: Gooddy, Harrfeldt, McKinlay, Geran 74.0 Ht 05: Hunter, Squibb, Cowland 75.0 Ht 06: Harrfeldt, Lukehurst, Leonard 74.2 Ht 07: Hunter, Blewett, Geran 75.2 Ht 08: McKinlay, Squibb, Trott 75.8 Ht 09: Blewett, Clarke, Hughes 75.6 Ht 10: Gooddy, Simmons, Lukehurst 74.6 Ht 11: Harrfeldt, Cowland, Leonard 75.0 Ht 12: McKinlay, Clarke, Blewett 75.4 Ht 13: Cowland, Simmons, Hunter 76.8 Ht 14: Geran, Trott, Leonard 75.8 Ht 15: Harrfeldt, Simmons, Lukehurst 75.0 Ht 16: McKinlay, Hunter, Cowland 76.0 BSPA Website

2018–19 NHL suspensions and fines

The following is a list of all suspensions and fines enforced in the National Hockey League during the 2018–19 NHL season. It lists which players or coaches of what team have been punished for which offense and the amount of punishment they have received. Based on each player's average annual salary, divided by number of days in the season for non-repeat offenders and games for repeat offenders, salary will be forfeited for the term of their suspension. Players' money forfeited due to suspension or fine goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund, while money forfeited by coaches, staff or organizations as a whole go to the NHL Foundation. † - suspension covered at least one 2018 NHL preseason game‡ - suspension covered at least one 2019 postseason game # - Suspension was reduced upon further review/successful appeal. 2.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ As players are not paid salary in the preseason or postseason, no fines are generated for games lost due to suspension during those periods. 3.^ ^ Fines generated for games lost due to suspension for off-ice conduct are calculated uniquely and irrespective of repeat offender status.

4.^ Suspension accompanied by mandatory referral to the NHL/NHLPA Program for Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health. ^ Watson's original suspension was plus the remaining 6 games of the preseason. The suspension was appealed by Watson on September 20, 2018. On October 12, 2018, NHL/NHLPA Neutral Discipline Arbitrator, Shyam Das, overruled the NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman's 27 regular season game suspension down to 18 regular season games; the NHL and NHLPA agreed to use Das as a neutral discipline arbitrator on an ad hoc basis as regular arbitrator George Nicolau was unavailable. 6.^ Suspension was appealed by Wilson on October 5, 2018. On October 25, 2018, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced he had heard the appeal and was upholding the original 20 game suspension levied to Wilson; the NHLPA appealed to neutral arbitrator on behalf of Wilson, on October 26. On November 13, 2018, NHL/NHLPA Neutral Discipline Arbitrator, Shyam Das, overruled the NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman's 20 regular season game suspension down to 14 regular season games.

The NHL and NHLPA agreed to use Das as a neutral discipline arbitrator on an ad hoc basis as regular arbitrator George Nicolau was unavailable. Though Wilson had missed 16 of his assessed 20 games before Das' decision was made, his suspension will stand as 14 games in the NHL records and his salary was refunded for the 2 games he missed. 7.^ Indefinite suspension accompanied by mandatory referral to the NHL/NHLPA Program for Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health - Stage 2. Suspension completed only upon being cleared for on-ice competition by the program administrators. Watson was reinstated by the NHL/NHPLA on March 2019, after 49 days and 21 games missed; as part of his reinstatement, Watson was entered into the follow-up care phase of the Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program. 8.^ Suspension was appealed by Voracek on March 11, 2019. On March 13, 2019, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced he had heard the appeal and was upholding the original 2 game suspension levied to Voracek.

As Voracek's suspension was fewer than 6 games, per the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the Commissioner's decision was final and binding and not subject to review, the NHLPA was not allowed to appeal to a neutral arbitrator on Voracek's behalf. 9.^ Nazem Kadri was suspended for the remainder of the first round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. At the time of the suspension, the number of games for the suspension could have ranged from 3 to 5 games. Players can be fined up to 50% of one day's salary, up to a maximum of $10,000.00 for their first offense, $15,000.00 for any subsequent offenses. Coaches, non-playing personnel, teams are not restricted to such maximums. Fines for players/coaches fined for diving/embellishment are structured uniquely and are only handed out after non-publicized warnings are given to the player/coach for their first offense. For more details on diving/embellishment fines: Fines listed in italics indicate, the maximum allowed fine. 1.^ All figures are in US dollars.

2.^ Rantanen was issued his first citation following an incident on October 16, 2018. 3.^ Meier was issued his first citation following an incident on February 5, 2019. 4.^ Miller was issued his first citation following an incident on November 23, 2018. 2018–19 NHL Official Rules, NHL, October 3, 2018 NHL Department of Player Safety Education Videos, NHL, May 27, 2014, archived from the original on March 19, 2014 Glasner, Goal: Transparent NHL Player Discipline. Assist: Labour Law, Canadian Lawyer 2017–18 NHL suspensions and fines 2018 in sports 2019 in sports 2018–19 NHL season 2018–19 NHL transactions NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement