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Paneling is one type of Medium Short Hair Cuts. This Hair cut is very fine for well hair. Paneling Cuts is consisting of thick hair at the end. It increases volume of hair. It includes of twist of layers which is very lovely for round eyes. Color paneling is consisting of bands of various colors from top to bottom. It is modern technique of Hairstyles. Sometimes, it gives very traditional look.

Paneling lets the layers show and gives your hair greater contrast and depth. The idea was started as a means of creating layers that were more distinctly differentiated. The technique can be used in a variety of ways. The effect creates “panels” of hair that seem to move independently, hence, the term Instead of cutting on top of the hair, pull up the top layer and cut shorter, more angular pieces underneath.

In some cases, paneling is used to create hairstyles that can be styled in one fashion to look very mainstream and traditional. These styles can be parted in a different location to reveal a completely different, much wilder cut hidden within the style.

Paneling is a Haircuts especially suited for straight shoulder length hair with bangs. It also ideal for straight hair that is thin because it gives lots of body and volume to fine strands. Paneling is similar to the medium shag because it consists of many layers cut throughout the hair; but in this case, the layers are longer, more tapered and less choppy. It rarely goes past the shoulders. Angled bangs complete this whimsical cut. Do not get this cut if your hair is naturally thick; it will end up looking like a mullet.

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Avoid daily washing hair for maintain Paneling Hairstyles.

Angular layering is also great.

If you want Paneling dye job to vanish before your return to classes, use temporary hair coloring that rinses out when you wash your hair.

These styles can be parted in a different location to reveal a completely different, much wilder cut hidden within the style.
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Now the junior is back starting for the Mavericks, who are ranked No.

“The most I can say about Stephon is his outlook and mature approach to success, and then maybe a lack of success, his perspective really didn’t change,” Mavericks head coach Mike Hastings said following practice at the Carlson Center on Thursday. “It doesn’t surprise me that he’s rebounded and had the year that he’s had.”

Williams and the Mavericks take on the Alaska Nanooks in a pair of WCHA games today and Saturday at the Carlson Center. both days.

“If you’ve never seen it in somebody, it’s hard to believe that its going to be there. I lived it,” Hastings said. “As a coach, I had an opportunity to watch him do very well the previous when he was backstopping Waterloo (Iowa) to the (United States Hockey League) Clark Cup finals and then his freshman year.”

Williams is 19 3 1 in 24 games (22 starts) this season. His 1.66 goals against average ranks third among NCAA Division I goalies while his .923 saves percentage ranks 24th nationally.

“Just work hard. You have to keep pushing yourself in practice,” Williams said. “That’s one thing that the coaches do well and the teammates do well is we all push each other.”

Said Hastings, “At our level when you have a season like we’re having, you’re going to have to have that because there’s nights when your guys aren’t on, he needs to be on. He’s done that for us. He’s someone that we’ve relied upon heavily through this year.”

As a sophomore, Williams appeared in 12 games, going 5 6 0.

“Life hands you adversity and it’s just how you deal with it,” Williams said. “It was a learning experience and that’s how I choose to use it was a learning experience.”

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posting a 1.88 goals against average and .926 saves percentage in 34 games.

Even though he wasn’t playing games, Hastings said Williams was not a distraction to the team and helped Huggins.

“Within his peer group, I think he earned a lot of respect not because he was stopping pucks but the way he was handling himself when he wasn’t,” Hastings said.

Williams’ rebound this season has helped him break Minnesota State’s career shutout record on Saturday. Williams stopped 12 shots to help blank Alaska Anchorage 4 0 in Mankato, Minnesota, for his third shutout of the season and eighth of his college career.

“It’s more a team thing than an individual thing,” Williams said. “That’s the way I look at it because without them, you can’t accomplish any of that stuff.”

Eric Pateman and Mike Zacharias were tied for the previous record of seven career shutouts.

Williams also attended the Islanders development camp last summer.

“You get to work with the goalie coach as well. I got some pointers from him, some things that I need to get better at,” Williams said. “The overall thing is getting there, meeting people in the organization, building that relationship.”

The games this weekend aren’t the first time Williams has returned to Fairbanks with the Mavericks. He came last season when the Mavericks and Nanooks split two games.

Williams didn’t play in either game as Huggins got both starts.

If Williams does play today or Saturday, it will be his first game played in Fairbanks since his junior season at Lathrop High School.

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Social media editor Beth Ashton says the best social media is reactive as it catches the Zeitgeist and responds quickly and intelligently14:53, 7 MAY 2015Get business updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!

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There is a lot of glory to be had in a clever post cutting through the noise and standing out on topics that are dominating conversation.

If it works, it will set your brand apart and get you noticed.

The set piece itself though, with all of its planning, designing and timing, is not without its problems.

You can look like you’re trying too hard.

So when the royal baby finally arrived, there were bound to be winners and losers.

Ryanair’s “RYANHEIR” post to promote its allocated seating, with a queue of people and a baby as the fourth in line, was a bit tacky.

And there was Beats by Dre: “Babies are cute, small and loud, just like the BeatsPill RoyalBaby” with an image of a stalk delivering a Beats Pill. Tenuous.

Accounts like Hello magazine (and they are by no means the only culprits) tweeted that ‘the baby had been named’ without saying what the name was for click bait.

It’s trending on Twitter, everyone’s talking about it, you’re not giving the game away by getting involved.

Pizza Hut were one of the ones that got it right, offering free pizza for the first 20 Charlottes through the door. For us, the story had 34,000 shares and was one of our most read stories of the bank holiday.

For me, the best social media is reactive, it catches the Zeitgeist and responds quickly and intelligently, it makes you wish you’d thought of it.

The Oreos example still stands out as the best with, “You can still dunk in the dark” when the lights went out at the Superbowl.
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A LICENSED door supervisor has lost her job after a dancefloor confrontation resulted in her victim needing thousands of pounds worth of dental treatment.

Lisa Ann Flintoff, 33, who was off duty, threw a single punch at Lauren Aspinall in the clash over a spilt drink as both were dancing at the Fighting Cocks pub, in South Street, Durham City, in the early hours of September 19,
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last year.

Durham Crown Court heard that Ms Aspinall spilt a drink onto her clothing after being apparently jostled by Flintoff, and briefly remonstrated with her.

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A few surprises may be in store at today’s deadline for candidates to file for statewide office.

For instance, two more Democrats apparently are joining the race for Ohio governor, bringing the total to seven. And four announced candidates for the state’s top office have yet to actually file including Republican Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor and Democrats Connie Pillich and Joe Schiavoni, although all say they will.

A new entrant, Cleveland physician Jon Heavey, said he will file his candidacy petition Wednesday, while Paul Ray, a little known newcomer from Alliance, already has filed to make the May 8 Democratic ballot, according to the secretary of state’s office.

It will be several days before elections officials validate petition signatures and confirm whether the candidates are official.

Heavey, who declined to comment on how serious an effort he will mount, has loaned his campaign $1.5 million, according to campaign finance filings.

The Rocky River resident practices at the Cleveland Clinic. In 2007 and 2008, as an Army surgeon with the rank of major, he has deployed to Iraq. He also holds a master’s degree in business from the Yale School of Management, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Heavey and Ray, who could not be reached, join a race already crowded with experienced candidates. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray, who raised $2 million in 57 days, ex Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill and former congressman and Cleveland Mayor Dennis Kucinich filed Tuesday afternoon.

The campaigns of Pillich, a former state representative from suburban Cincinnati, and Schiavoni, a state senator from suburban Youngstown, said they would file Wednesday.

On the GOP side, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has filed for governor. Taylor won’t file until Wednesday, her campaign said.

A Green Party candidate for governor, Constance Gadell Newton, also has filed. Senate and Congress, including the glut of hopefuls seeking the 12th District seat of former GOP Rep. Pat Tiberi.

The Ohio Republican Party’s candidate screening committee will meet in private Wednesday night to consider endorsements. The party’s State Central Committee is scheduled to meet Friday to consider those recommendations. Rep. Zack Space, a Democrat from Dover, and Ohio Rep. Keith Faber, R Celina

Secretary of State Ohio Rep. Kathleen Clyde, D Kent

Treasurer Sandra O an Ashtabula County Republican; Rep. Robert Sprague, R Findlay; and Rob Richardson, a Cincinnati Democrat

Supreme Court Justice Mary DeGenaro, a Youngstown Republican, and Craig Baldwin, a Licking County Republican, Melody Stewart and Michael Donnelly, both Cuyahoga County Democrats

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Thellen, along with eight other seniors from the University of Massachusetts football team Michael Cox, Perry McIntyre, Stephane Milhim, Quinton Sales, Nick Speller, Alan Williams, Hafis Williams and Deion Walker is participating in drills in front of scouts from 14 NFL teams at the team pro day, held Monday.

The workout lasts nearly three hours, but two 40 yard dash attempts are the centerpiece of Thellen r

The Brockton native just wants a chance at a chance an invite to an NFL camp. What he does in front of the men with stopwatches will dictate whether that happens.

When Thellen arrives at Gillette Stadium, his biggest problem is finding the door he supposed to enter. He used to being dropped off by a bus, then just following a crowd of maroon and white into a locker room.

It weird for him to be back at this place, he says. There was some finality to the season ending loss to Central Michigan on that gray November day. The broad corridors underneath the stadium stir recently buried memories.

Since graduating in December with a degree in finance, Thellen has spent his time in Miami training six days a week with fellow clients of his agent, David Weinshel. The training is specifically designed to prepare him for the drills he is about to perform. He been in Florida for over two months preparing for Monday there is no reason for him to be nervous.

But the nerves are there. The pineapple and hard boiled eggs he had for breakfast are performing their own vertical leap tests at the moment. Through a shower, stretching, breakfast, and a slow ride with his grandfather to Gillette, the nerves continue.

By 10:15, he sits on the sideline inside the Patriots’ indoor practice facility. Beats by Dre headphones are kicking out his pre game playlist of Kanye West, Rick Ross and Jay Z, along with his favorite jam “Ambition” by Wale.

to dream a dream, though it harder to live it, the chorus echoes.

People have told him since the seventh grade his dream of playing in the NFL was unrealistic.

Today is his chance to take big step toward proving them wrong.

At the call of a short, balding man wearing a Patriots windbreaker, the day proceedings begin with measurements of height, weight, wingspan and hand size.

Thellen is measured at 6 foot 1 and 7/8. He been 6 2 his whole life, he says later. He not sure where that last 1/8 went.

It serves as a crude reminder he is not a person at this moment. He and his teammates are parts, and these measurements are their specifications. The men with clipboards are there to help decide whether the parts can help their multimillion dollar machines.

The vertical leap is the first test of athletic ability, to be followed by the broad jump. Thellen performance in each is passable, but not noteworthy.

He looks relaxed while he waits for other Minutemen to take their turns. He smiles and exchanges hugs and handshakes with UMass safeties coach Ted Daisher, coach Charley Molnar and his mentor UMass alumnus and Bengals safety Jeromy Miles.

After he bench presses 225 pounds 13 times another good, not great performance the man in the windbreaker announces the main event is moments away.

loose, he says. gonna run. gets ready for two shots at the most important 10 seconds of his life.

For a fringe NFL prospect like Thellen, the 40 is what the scouts look at first. A fast time gets the rest of your repertoire considered. A slow one gets you to the CFL or Arena Football League.

Between two plastic cones, he gets in position on top of a piece of white tape that marks the starting line. He starts in a four point stance, then slowly walks his hands back toward his body, cocking his rear end farther into the air and loading his body like a spring.

He pulls his left hand behind his back like a sprinter in a starting block.

You can stay in that position too long, Thellen says. There is just enough time to thank God for your gifts before it time to run for your future.

The whole operation of the 40 yard dash is startlingly quiet. There is no starting gun. No one even says, Once Thellen takes off, the sound of his cleats kicking up black rubber pellets on the FieldTurf is barely noticeable. The loudest noise is the beeping of stopwatches as he explodes out of his stance.

While running, he tries to remember everything he learned in Miami. Stay as low as you can. Run straight. Hold your breath for the first 15 yards.

His eyes are barely open as he hits top speed and surges toward the finish line.

With a second beep from the stopwatches, it over.

The stopwatch in the hand of UMass running backs coach Roderick Plummer reads in the 4.5s. He won show it to the prying eyes of a reporter long enough to get the second digit of the decimal.
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Dr. Dre is in for a massive windfall if Apple buys Beats Music. But will the rumored deal actually make him hip hop first billionaire as he has claimed? That not so clear.

The music mogul and Beats co founder said as much in a video posted on Facebook that went viral Friday.

Dre whose given name is Andre Young founded Beats along with music producer Jimmy Iovine. According to various reports, he holds a stake of between 20% and 25% following a $500 million investment last year from private equity firm The Carlyle Group, which was said to have valued the company at around $1 billion.

Forbes pegged Dr. Dre net worth last month at $550 million. Let assume he does own 25% of Beats. That stake would have been worth $250 million before the Apple deal chatter, leaving Dre with about $300 million from other investments and ventures, such as his music career.

If Apple does purchase Beats for $3.2 billion, then Dre presumed 25% stake would be worth $800 million. Add that to his $300 million in non Beats assets and the rapper would be worth $1.1 billion.

Robert Frank at CNBC says Dre could have to pay around a third of his take from the Apple deal in state and local taxes,
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Still, even if Dr. Dre doesn become hip hop first billionaire following the deal, he be awfully close. His closest competition, producer and entrepreneur Sean Combs, was worth $700 million as of last month, according to Forbes. Jay Z net worth was estimated at $520 million.
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