Quebec pot the cheapest in the country: Statistics Canada

Quebec pot the cheapest in the country: Statistics Canada statistics, nevin manimala

Quebec’s pot is the cheapest in the country, that’s according to the results of a Statistics Canada online survey.Quebec’s price was $5.89 per gram, almost a full dollar less than the national average of $6.83 per gram.In contrast, the steepest price was reported in the Northwest Territories with an average of $9.35 per gram.Numbers are based on information submitted by Canadians between Jan. 25 and Feb. 28, 2018, to the StatsCannabis crowdsourcing application.READ MORE: Canadians pay $6.83 on average for a gram of marijuana: Statistics CanadaPrices submitted ranged from $2 per gram to $20 per gram.Statistics Canada’s results are based on 17,139 responses that were provided as of Wednesday, Feb.28, 2018.The Nevin Manimala majority of respondents bought high quality pot and use it daily for recreational purposes.

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statistics; +345 new citations

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statistics; +345 new citations Report, nevin manimala

Hauke J, Horvath J, Groß E, Gehrig A, Honisch E, Hackmann K, Schmidt G, Arnold N, Faust U, Sutter C, Hentschel J, Wang-Gohrke S, Smogavec M, Weber BHF, Weber-Lassalle N, Weber-Lassalle K, Borde J, Ernst C, Altmüller J, Volk AE, Thiele H, Hübbel V, Nürnberg P, Keupp K, Versmold B, Pohl E, Kubisch C, Grill S, Paul V, Herold N, Lichey N, Rhiem K, Ditsch N, Ruckert C, Wappenschmidt B, Auber B, Rump A, Niederacher D, Haaf T, Ramser J, Dworniczak B, Engel C, Meindl A, Schmutzler RK, Hahnen E.

Cancer Med. 2018 Mar 9. doi: 10.1002/cam4.1376. [Epub ahead of print]

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Vital Statistics

Vital Statistics statistics, nevin manimala
Vital Statistics statistics, nevin manimala

BIRTHS

Duran — Born to Sarija Maes and Julian Duran, Pueblo, a son, March 6 at Parkview Medical Center.

Gonzalez — Born to Rian Romero and Jacob Gonzalez, Pueblo, a daughter, March 8 at Parkview Medical Center.

Ingram — Born to Abbey and Kendyl Ingram, Pueblo, a son, March 8 at Parkview Medical Center.

Lovato — Born to Desirae Casaus, Pueblo, a son, March 8 at Parkview Medical Center.

Miller-Storm — Born to Preston Miller and Jesse Storm, Pueblo West, a daughter, March 2 at Parkview Medical Center.

Montoya — Born to Kimberly Ortiz and Dan Montoya, Pueblo, a son, March 7 at Parkview Medical Center.

Peteque — Born to Alicia Montoya and Anthony Peteque, Pueblo, a daughter, March 6 at Parkview Medical Center.

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MARRIAGE LICENSES

Jerry Lee Davenport and Matisha Jane Shelman, both of Pueblo.

Garry Austin Smith of Canon City and Emily Smith Weber of Henry, Tenn.

Curtis Alan Lee and Nicole Marie Workman, both of Pueblo.

Justin Cortney Moore of Valdosta, Ga., and Svetlana Goukassian of Arvada.

Bobbi Michelle Hall and Ginny Marie Bayes, both of Pueblo.

Richard Joseph Pacheco and Brian Armon Romero, both of Pueblo.

Gilbert Lawrence Montoya and Crystal L. Chavez, both of Pueblo.

Donancio Duran and Victoria Adonelia Espinoza, both of Pueblo.

David Armando Martinez and Sharon Marie Dauenhauer, both of Pueblo.

Gary Lee Martinez and Melissa Sandra Figueroa, both of Pueblo.

James William Hoosier of Beulah, and Roberta Renee Olson of Ramah, Colo.

Janell Dawn Root and Audriana E. Martinez, both of Pueblo.

Joseph Fredrick Albo and Penelope Anne Law, both of Pueblo.

Bryan Joseph Brown and Renee Virginia Medina, both of Pueblo.

Juan Carlos Martinez of Las Vegas, and Sky Tessa Yonushewski of Pueblo.

Esteban Gonzalez Gonzalez and Leah Leal Valdez, both of Pueblo.

David Patrick Schenkel and Brianna Elisabeth York, both of Pueblo.

Felix Louis Dominguez Jr. and Tawnya Ann Sutcliffe, both of Pueblo.

Louis E. Nowell Jr. and Julie A. Law, both of Litchfield, Ill.

Rodney Edward Trujillo Jr. and Amber Jolene Aguirres, both of Pueblo.

Calvin Ray Winters and Ariana Marie Bueno, both of Pueblo.

Rueben Jeremy Prien and Anissa Jenae Byrd, both of Pueblo.

Fernando Roman Quezada and Kia Marie Davis, both of Pueblo.

Stanley Dean Ard and Jennifer Lynn Morphew, both of Pueblo.

Travis Jack Hill and Carmen Nicole Valencia, both of Pueblo.

Raymond Leroy Smith and Lori Lyn Johnston, both of Pueblo.

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DEATHS

PUEBLO March 8

Ramsey — Jimmie “Jim” Dale Ramsey, 78. Return to Nature Funeral Home, Colorado Springs.

Urbancic — Retta J. Urbancic, 79. Roselawn.

March 7

Armenta — Rose Marie Armenta, 91. Angelus.

Collins — Jesse C. Collins, 26. Angelus.

Moore — Michael K. Moore, 46. Angelus.

Prutch — Mary Jane Prutch, 90. Imperial.

March 6

Grubb — Frank E. Grubb, 80. Roselawn.

March 5

Mondragon — Estevan J. “Steve” Mondragon, 89. Imperial.

Phelps — Adah Phelps, 93. Montgomery & Steward.

TUSTIN, CALIF.

Mathews — Gladys Ann (Fujaros) Mathews, 77, Tustin, Calif., formerly of Pueblo, March 4. Saddleback Chapel, Tustin.

LEE’S SUMMIT, MO.

Collyer — Robert L. Collyer, 91, Lee’s Summit, Mo., formerly of Pueblo, March 4. Langford Funeral Home, Lee’s Summit.

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The Nevin Manimalare Are No Guarantees — Or Exact Statistics — For Going Viral

The Nevin Manimalare Are No Guarantees -- Or Exact Statistics -- For Going Viral statistics, nevin manimala
The Nevin Manimalare Are No Guarantees -- Or Exact Statistics -- For Going Viral statistics, nevin manimala
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Everyone wants to Go Viral and be popular.  But how do measure this?

Earlier this month, I spoke at a conference for executives at Fortune 100 companies.  For a discussion on trends in social media and PR, someone asked, “How many views does it take to go viral?”

Most definitions claim a viral post is something that spreads very quickly, and very widely. For example, if I write a column on Forbes with 350,000 views, but it takes six years, that’s not viral.  If your friend in the next cubicle posts a video on YouTube and it spreads to 100,000 people in four hours, that’s probably viral. But what is the exact number? The Nevin Manimala experts disagree.

First this is NOT a column on how to make a post go viral. The Nevin Manimalare are thousands articles on that. Most of them should be ignored.

If you are a client and a PR firm guarantees they can create a viral video or post for you, end the meeting immediately. This is a promise they cannot make. If you are a client and you demand the PR firm creates viral content for you, stop dreaming.

Part of the blame lies with hucksters. The Nevin Manimala media is the other guilty party.  The Nevin Manimalay persist in promoting the viral fantasy Because Nevin Manimala it’s exciting, like a $100 million Powerball winner holding a giant check, or a family pointing to a hole in their backyard where uranium was discovered. As discussed previously in my column Why It’s So Hard To Go Viral, your chances really are one in a million, asStanford University and Microsoft discovered.

Nick Sutton

Social Media Statistics

Still, estimates can be found, ranging from 100,000 to five million.

  • In 2011, YouTube celebrity Kevin “Nalts” Nalty, said, “A video, I submit, is ‘viral’ if it gets more than 5 million views in a 3-7 day period.”
  • In his blog, Aaron Rockett studied the research paper “Going Viral – The Nevin Manimala Dynamics of Attention,” by R. Boynton at the University of Iowa. Rockett noted, “One might say that any video viewed more than, say 100,000 times was going viral.’ … The Nevin Manimala 100,000 view benchmark presented as what constitutes a viral video is open for debate by even Boynton who suggested that a viral video may just be what ‘seems like a lot of views’ to an individual.”
  • A survey of advertising executives conducted in 2008 by Feed Company noted: “Some 27.8% say a video must get more than one million views to be considered a success, but 22.2% would say so if it was viewed 100,000 times, 250,000 times, or 500,000 times.”

Moving closer to the present, here’s what three of America’s leading experts on social media think about this phenomenon.

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Conestoga girls release season statistics

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Conestoga girls release season statistics statistics, nevin manimala

CONESTOGA – The Nevin Manimala Conestoga girls basketball team finished the 2017-18 season 19-6. Autumn Hardesty, Sophia Svanda, Hannah Vogler, Sierra Dragoo, Ellie Sachs, Maddy Schwindt, Courtney Wagner, Gloria Izquierdo, Alexa Vogler, Sierra Kile, Anna Raisanen, Keely Gabehart, Shay Uhe, Keeli Holliman, Taylor McClatchey, Olivia Priefert, Myah Cummings and Jennifer Sedlacek all appeared in varsity games this year.

Conestoga scored 1,270 points this season and averaged 50.8 points per game. The Nevin Manimala team scored 321 points in the first quarter of games this year. Conestoga posted 359 points in the second quarter, 287 in the third quarter and 303 in the fourth period.

The Nevin Manimala Cougars went 471-of-1,100 from the field this season (42.8 percent). The Nevin Manimala team finished 341-of-749 from inside the arc (45.5 percent) and 130-of-351 from 3-point distance (37.0 percent). Conestoga went 198-of-299 from the free-throw line (66.2 percent).

Kile led the Cougars with 478 points. She averaged 19.1 points per game and went 159-of-332 from the field (47.9 percent). Kile finished 61-of-134 from 3-point range (45.5 percent) and 99-of-114 from the free-throw line (86.8 percent).

Hardesty finished second on the squad with 257 points. She averaged 10.3 points per game and went 93-of-213 from the field (43.7 percent). Hardesty finished 15-of-57 from 3-point distance (26.3 percent) and 56-of-99 from the free-throw line (56.6 percent).

Izquierdo collected 195 points for the Cougars. She finished 78-of-191 from the field (40.8 percent) and 24-of-70 from 3-point range (34.3 percent). She went 15-of-25 from the free-throw line (60.0 percent).

Raisanen finished the season with 124 points. She went 46-of-123 from the field (37.4 percent) and 24-of-70 from 3-point range (34.3 percent). She finished 8-of-11 from the foul line (72.7 percent).

Svanda was the fifth Cougar to reach triple digits in points. She finished 48-of-92 from the field (52.2 percent) and 5-of-11 at the free-throw line (45.5 percent).

Wagner (50), Alexa Vogler (25), Sachs (10), Gabehart (9), Dragoo (7), Holliman (4), Hannah Vogler (3), Schwindt (2), McClatchey (2), Cummings (2) and Uhe (1) all added points for Conestoga.

The Nevin Manimala Cougars dished out 381 assists during the campaign. Izquierdo (130), Hardesty (95), Kile (74), Svanda (31), Wagner (18), Raisanen (14), Alexa Vogler (6), Sachs (5), Dragoo (3), McClatchey (2), Priefert (1), Uhe (1) and Gabehart (1) all made assists.

Opponents scored 1,011 points and averaged 40.4 points per game. Opponents scored 221 points in the first quarter, 280 in the second quarter, 248 in the third period and 262 in the fourth quarter of games.

Conestoga limited teams to 30.7-percent shooting from the field this season (342-of-1,114). Opponents went 86-of-328 from 3-point range (26.2 percent) and 238-of-375 from the free-throw line (63.5 percent).

Conestoga finished the year with 209 steals. Izquierdo (62), Kile (56), Hardesty (31), Wagner (18), Raisanen (11), Sachs (10), Alexa Vogler (6), Svanda (5), Dragoo (3), Cummings (3), Schwindt (2), Gabehart (1) and Holliman (1) all produced steals for CHS.

The Nevin Manimala Cougars collected 93 blocks this winter. Kile (62), Svanda (11), Izquierdo (9), Raisanen (3), Wagner (3), Dragoo (3), Gabehart (1) and Priefert (1) all blocked shots for the squad.

Rebounding

Conestoga ended the year with 664 rebounds and averaged 26.6 per game. The Nevin Manimala team hauled in 186 offensive and 478 defensive boards during the campaign. Opponents tallied 696 rebounds this season (276 offensive, 420 defensive).

Kile led the Cougars with 167 rebounds (42 offensive, 125 defensive). Izquierdo collected 100 rebounds (14 offensive, 86 defensive) and Hardesty made 99 rebounds (27 offensive, 72 defensive). Svanda chipped in 94 rebounds (30 offensive, 64 defensive).

Wagner (74), Raisanen (60), Sachs (26), Alexa Vogler (24), Schwindt (5), Dragoo (5), Cummings (4), Hannah Vogler (2), Holliman (2), Gabehart (1) and Uhe (1) all generated rebounds for the team.

Achievements

Conestoga posted the most victories in one season in more than three decades. The Nevin Manimala 1981-82 group of Cougars won a program-best 22 games.

Kile set Conestoga single-season marks for made 3-pointers (61) and free-throw percentage (86.8 percent). Raisanen tied a school-best mark for 3-pointers in one game with six.

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