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Polly is the Organist and Music Associate at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Nashville and staff accompanist at the Blair School of Music. She holds degrees in piano and organ performance as well as the Performer's Certificate from Indiana University, and a Doctorate in organ performance and a certificate in harpsichord from Florida State University. She does extensive performing and was Associate Professor of organ, harpsichord and theory at Middle Tennessee State University. | ContactPolly

Claire is the Director of Youth and Their Families. She grew up in Oak Ridge, TN and moved to Nashville to attend college at Vanderbilt University. Claire completed a Master of Divinity from Vanderbilt Divinity School and a Master of Social Work from the University of Tennessee in 2012. After serving as an assistant to the children's ministry at Westminster she became one of the Youth Directors in 2009. Claire now oversees the youth ministry and assists Heidi with Congregational Care. Claire loves attending the wonderful music concerts in the area, trying all the fabulous Nashville restaurants, and running (so that she can enjoy all the food at those fabulous local restaurants). | Contact Claire

Whitney is the Associate Director of Youth and hails from Apple Valley, Georgia, a lovely place which was, oddly enough, once covered in peach orchards. She has been in Nashville since 2004, when she moved here to attend Vanderbilt University. After a year as a Young Adult Volunteer in Seattle, she returned to Music City to attend Vanderbilt Divinity School and is exceedingly pleased with the post-graduate Nashville life. Whitney loves to write, sit on porches, and travel as much as possible. If you're looking for someone to talk to about TV, sandwiches, or changing outfits on-the-go, Whitney's door is always open. | Contact Whitney

T.J. Piccolo claims magnificent Michigan as his home state. After four years in the Windy City, he received his B.A. in Playwriting from Columbia College Chicago in 2012. T.J. then served two years as a Young Adult Volunteer. One year in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and one year in Nashville, where he spent his time at Room In The Inn, as well as with the youth of Westminster. After a lovely stint in Port Huron—the hotspot of Michigan's “thumb”—as a Youth Leader for FPC Port Huron, T.J. excitedly returned to Westminster and Nashville. In his free time, T.J. enjoys writing, running, reading Irish folklore, eating Burger Up, and secretly living inside the Charlotte location of Hattie B's. | Contact T.J.

Paul is a native of Crossville, Tennessee. Except for his service in the Air Force, he has lived all of his life in Middle Tennessee. A graduate of Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, Paul is a CPA with experience in public, corporate, government, and not-for-profit accounting and business administration. Paul is married and has three sons Austin (Devin and granddaughters Olivia and Flynn), Jason, and Adam. His wife Pat is a practicing CPA in Brentwood. The Webbs make their home in Brentwood. Paul and Pat have served as elders at their church. The family enjoys gardening and community projects. Paul is also quite active in his community: He the former Mayor of Brentwood, past chair of the Brentwood Library Board, has coached little league baseball, Y-soccer, served as Cubmaster, PTO President and Civitan treasurer. Paul is currently serving on the Brentwood Green Space board, Buffalo Valley Regional Library Board and has been elected to the Williamson County Commission. | Contact Paul

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From professional to entry level, we break down the year’s top compact cameras

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By: Switchback Travel Staff|Last Updated:March 26, 2018|

The lowerend of the camera market is being challenged bysmartphones, but advanced and mid-rangepoint-and-shoots are thriving. In 2018, you can get a compactcamera with a larger sensor, more megapixels, and more connectivity options and features than ever before (even 4K video is available at this level). Whether you’re a professional looking for a smaller alternative to your DSLR or mirrorless camera, or an amateur looking to improve your photography, below are our picks for the year’s best point-and-shoots. For more background information, see our Elvio zanon H0804P womens Sandals in Free Shipping Affordable Cheap Sale Best Sale Buy Cheap Countdown Package oazTsR
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Sony dominated the premium point-and-shoot market for years, but Canon has come out swinging with a dizzying array of options. It was a really close call between the G7X Mark II and Sony RX100 for the top spot on the list, but in the end, we gave the nod to the Canon. Both cameras have large image sensors and similar feature sets, but we like the zoom range of the Canon, which goes wider at 24mm instead of 28mm on the Sony (this is much appreciated for landscape photography and other wide-angle uses). Further, the lens is superior at the telephoto end of the spectrum (f/2.8 vs. f/4.9), and the G7X Mark II has built-in Wi-Fi for easy transfer of photos.

What are the shortcomings of the Canon G7 X Mark II? It doesn’t shoot 4K video like some higher-end cameras, nor does it have an electronic viewfinder (all shooting is done via the rear LCD). And the G7 X Mark II is more expensive than the RX100 by around$200 at the time of publishing, which certainly is significant. If you don’t need the wide-angle capability and other features, the RX100 is a nice way to save without compromising much in terms of image quality. But we think the Canon is the better all-around point-and-shoot for 2018, even if by a small margin. See the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II

2. Sony RX100 ($448)

In the camera world, it’s rare to have a 5-year-old model recommended so highly, but the original version of the RX100 remains the best value in Sony’s lineup. Simply put, the features have evolved quite a bit in the 5 renditions of this camera that Sony has released since 2012, but the image quality is surprisingly similar. Given that the latest RX100 V is a whopping $948—for $998you can get an outstanding mirrorless camera like the Sony a6300 with a lens—we prefer to save with the older model that costs less than half that. It’s still an outstanding point-and-shoot camera in a compact and lightweight body.

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BACKGROUND: Human parvovirus 4 (PARV4) is a newly discovered parvovirus prevalent in injecting drug users and other groups with histories of parenteral exposure including persons with hemophilia exposed to non-virally inactivated clotting factor concentrates. To investigate its potential ongoing transmission to persons with hemophilia treated with plasma-derived, virally inactivated clotting factors, we screened a large cohort of persons with hemophilia for antibody seroconversion to PARV4 over a 5-year observation period. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS: Samples from 195 persons with hemophilia enrolled in the Hemophilia Growth and Development Study cohort were screened for PARV4 antibodies at the start and end of a 5-year period of treatment with exclusively virally inactivated clotting factor concentrates. Samples collected at intermediate time points from subjects seroconverting over the study period were screened to narrow down the seroconversion time and investigate immunoglobulin (Ig)M responses, duration of acute viremia, and clinical presentations. RESULTS: PARV4 seroprevalence at the outset of the study was 44%. Over the observation period, nine subjects (seven human immunodeficiency virus positive) seroconverted for anti-PARV4 (incidence, 1.7%/year). Infected subjects showed relatively prolonged durations of viremia (mean, 7 months) and weak, transient IgM responses during acute infections. Clotting factors inactivated by solvent/detergent or by wet or dry heat were infectious. The most common clinical presentations were rashes and exacerbation of hepatitis. CONCLUSION: This study identifies PARV4 as a transfusion-transmissible agent that is resistant to viral inactivation. Of concern, infections may still regularly occur in those exposed to plasma-derived blood products. Urgent evaluation of the incidence of PARV4 in treated individuals and disease associations of PARV4 infections is required.

Lycett S , McLeish NJ , Robertson C , Carman W , Baillie G , McMenamin J , Rambaut A , Simmonds P , Woolhouse M , Leigh Brown AJ . 2012. Origin and fate of A/H1N1 influenza in Scotland during 2009. J Gen Virol , 93 (Pt 6), pp. 1253-1260. | For Sale Cheap Price From China 31 Phillip Lim Patent Leather Ankle Boots Cheap 2018 Unisex 0EJtgv3
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The spread of influenza has usually been described by a 'density' model, where the largest centres of population drive the epidemic within a country. An alternative model emphasizing the role of air travel has recently been developed. We have examined the relative importance of the two in the context of the 2009 H1N1 influenza epidemic in Scotland. We obtained genome sequences of 70 strains representative of the geographical and temporal distribution of H1N1 influenza during the summer and winter phases of the pandemic in 2009. We analysed these strains, together with another 128 from the rest of the UK and 292 globally distributed strains, using maximum-likelihood phylogenetic and bayesian phylogeographical methods. This revealed strikingly different epidemic patterns within Scotland in the early and late parts of 2009. The summer epidemic in Scotland was characterized by multiple independent introductions from both international and other UK sources, followed by major local expansion of a single clade that probably originated in Birmingham. The winter phase, in contrast, was more diverse genetically, with several clades of similar size in different locations, some of which had no particularly close phylogenetic affinity to strains sampled from either Scotland or England. Overall there was evidence to support both models, with significant links demonstrated between North American sequences and those from England, and between England and East Asia, indicating that major air-travel routes played an important role in the pattern of spread of the pandemic, both within the UK and globally.

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Genetic and biological characterization of new hepaciviruses infecting animals contributes to our understanding of the ultimate origins of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in humans and dramatically enhances our ability to study its pathogenesis using tractable animal models. Animal homologs of HCV include a recently discovered canine hepacivirus (CHV) and GB virus B (GBV-B), both viruses with largely undetermined natural host ranges. Here we used a versatile serology-based approach to determine the natural host of the only known nonprimate hepacivirus (NPHV), CHV, which is also the closest phylogenetic relative of HCV. Recombinant protein expressed from the helicase domain of CHV NS3 was used as antigen in the luciferase immunoprecipitation system (LIPS) assay to screen several nonprimate animal species. Thirty-six samples from 103 horses were immunoreactive, and viral genomic RNA was present in 8 of the 36 seropositive animals and none of the seronegative animals. Complete genome sequences of these 8 genetically diverse NPHVs showed 14% (range, 6.4% to 17.2%) nucleotide sequence divergence, with most changes occurring at synonymous sites. RNA secondary structure prediction of the 383-base 5' untranslated region of NPHV was refined and extended through mapping of polymorphic sites to unpaired regions or (semi)covariant pairings. Similar approaches were adopted to delineate extensive RNA secondary structures in the coding region of the genome, predicted to form 27 regularly spaced, thermodynamically stable stem-loops. Together, these findings suggest a promising new nonprimate animal model and provide a database that will aid creation of functional NPHV cDNA clones and other novel tools for hepacivirus studies.

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