I was very close. His last World Mug punishment kick came within the Rose Bowl, and while he missed, Italy lost the title game to Brazil.
Chile tied it as Fabian Estay\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s left-wing nook kick was headed incredibly by Ivan Zamorano and the ball touched the foot of teammate Pedro Reyes. Roberto Baggio stood at the punishment spot and, for an occasion, flashed back to Pasadena.
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``I am very unhappy, as a result of the endeavour my teammates made. Vieri and Baggio had merely two defenders amidst them and the world wide web as Baggio took a lengthy pass from Paolo Maldini.
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Cameroon had taken a 1-0 direct within the 77th minutes when Pierre Njanka, forming merely his 3rd multinational appearance, prevented two defenders on a spectacular 40-yard rush. But still, Paraguayan referee Epifanio Gonzalez issued merely two yellowish cards, one to Pfeffer and the other to Cameroon\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Samuel Ipoua.. ``It was all no points before and it is all one point at present.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'
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Italy took the direct on a counterattack. Starting merely far after the midfield row, Njanka sidestepped Wolfgang Feiersinger and after that Peter Schoettel before blasting his shot beyond diving Austrian goalkeeper Michael Konsel.
The game was marred by arduous play, and the Austrians sounded particularly disillusioned beyond quite a few tackles by the Indomitable Lions. It fell to Salas, who turned to flare it home with his left foot. It also livened up a game which had featured slips, glides, rushes and great helps to protect on the rainy playing surface of the fresh Municipal Battleground, that was drenched by heavy rains some time before kickoff.
Baggio saved the Italians in many instances in 1994, so he transfers minor blame or disgrace beyond the missed punishment kick within kinh mat the finals shootout. And he rescued his group from inside the enormous troubled against the Chileans. ``We envisioned the initial World Mug match to be hard.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'
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Millennium Systems International, creators of Millennium and Meevo salon & spa software, have been busy working on a new initiative to showcase the deep connections consumers have with their hairstylists. “It’s so important to bring to light and recognize the deep connections that we have with our hairstylist,” said Millennium’s Marketing Director, Jen Martinelli. “I personally have been through proms, a wedding day, my daughter and son’s first haircut; all with my hair stylist by my side.”
The campaign starts with a grassroots effort by interviewing real people and real experiences in salons. Its purpose is to bring awareness to everyone, everywhere that beauty professionals play a very significant role in all of our lives. Happy moments, sad moments, and even in moments of feeling lost or confused, hairstylists are the consistent rock making us look and feel beautiful, confident, ready to take on the world. “Confidence is everything. It can mean landing a job, or picking up the pieces after a tragedy, or fighting through an illness,” continues Jen Martinelli. “You can’t buy confidence. Beauty professionals everywhere are making our lives more beautiful… in every sense of that word.”
Millennium Systems International has released its first video of the campaign today and it’s promising to be a tearjerker for everyone. One interviewee talks about the comfort she received from her hair stylist, “when my grandson passed away, when he was seven…. and I called her.”
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D Un-true Hollywood Story that Universal Studios didn’t want you to see. Deco Drive Producer, Ely Ferradas interviewed Will Ferrell during the Land of the Lost junket and
hilarity ensued. “Good skin is very important to actor Will Ferrell and he will do anything, anything to get his point across. As one intrepid yet lovely Deco producer can attest
Eisai Inc. today announced the launch of My Healthy™, an interactive and motivational campaign that shifts the focus of the obesity conversation away from just pounds lost to health gained. Almost 70 percent of Americans are affected by obesity or overweight. This movement emphasizes that those affected by obesity or overweight with a related health condition can benefit from small positive changes, including modest weight loss.
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Abbott announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the Tecnis Symfony® Intraocular Lenses for the treatment of cataracts. The first in a new category of intraocular lenses (IOLs), the Tecnis Symfony lenses are the only lenses in the United States that provide a full range of continuous high-quality vision following cataract surgery, while also mitigating the effects of presbyopia by helping people focus on near objects. The FDA approval includes a version of the lens for people with astigmatism, the Tecnis Symfony Toric IOL.
Cataracts are a common condition, with almost 4 million cataract surgeries performed each year, and that number is expected to increase.1 By age 80, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery.2 However, cataracts do not just impact seniors. In 2016 it is estimated that nearly one in four cataract surgeries will be performed on people younger than 65.1 Many people who have cataracts experience other problems with their vision, such as presbyopia and astigmatism, which the Symfony lenses also address. Presbyopia, which affects most people over age 40, means people have lost the ability to focus on objects up close and often require glasses to perform near visual tasks. Astigmatism is when the cornea is misshapen, which causes blurry or distorted vision.
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Today, WebMD released Path to a Breakthrough, a five-part original video series developed in partnership with Robin Roberts and her independent production company, Rock’n Robin Productions. Through compelling patient stories and insights from medical experts, Path to a Breakthrough sheds light on how medical innovations, including Precision Medicine, Immunotherapy, and Biologics, are providing doctors with powerful new tools to treat disease, alleviate symptoms, and in some cases, reverse the course of debilitating illness.
In this extraordinary new series, WebMD and Roberts share the stories of Cara, a 4-year-old girl who lost, then regained her ability to walk from the clues hidden in her genetic makeup; Trevor, a man diagnosed with stage IV Lymphoma in the prime of his life, and the doctor who helped him harness his own immune system for a nontoxic cancer treatment; Kevin, whose pain from dirt bike racing injuries was nothing compared to the excruciating pain of Rheumatoid Arthritis; Falisha, whose life-changing diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis was alleviated by biologics; and Rebecca, whose debilitating Psoriasis led to blindness.
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With about one out of every three children in this country obese or overweight, it’s more important than ever to focus on healthy choices and changes that families can make together. Throughout March, which is National Nutrition Month, BeSmartBeWell.com shares stories of real families like Cindy and her children, who got healthier by cutting out junk food and exercising more.
“We lost over 200 pounds together as a family,” says Cindy in a video on Be Smart. Be Well. “After going back through and looking at pictures of where we were to where we’ve come, it’s just absolutely amazing!”
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Volcanic Action host for Luxuria Music and Los Angeles native Domenic Priore has 20 years of experience in TV and film production. In college, he began his career by producing his own public access TV show, It's Happening!, a tribute to 1960's dance shows like Shindig! and Ready, Steady, Go!
Priore has worked as a writer and producer for Paramount Television, and has served as a source, fact checker, commentator, writer and/or director for several subsequent projects (including Rock 'n' Roll for PBS in 1995). Currently, he is developing a long-form documentary about Hollywood's famed Sunset Strip. Domenic is also an accomplished writer specializing in pop culture and music. He is the author of Beatsville (Outre Gallery Press), Smile: The Story of Brian Wilson's Lost Masterpiece (Sanctuary Publishing) and Riot on Sunset Strip: Rock 'n' Roll's Last Stand in Hollywood (Backbeat UK/Jawbone, June 2007).
He was the primary writer on the AMC documentaries Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (hosted by Ringo Starr) and Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The 1970s (hosted by David Bowie). Courtesy of Domenic Priore on MOLI.com