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Later when Jon kills the dragon they find Thoros living happily in his belly drinking wine. Maybe they should've shown Melisandre whipping out a defibrillator to resuscitate Jon after he was dead. The Sand Snakes could have been written off the show Poochie style where they just get sucked off screen to get on their spaceship and fly back to their home planet. But I guess none of that matters because magic, dragons and zombies. I like this show as much as the next person, but it is hard for me to pretend that they aren't pushing the limits of what I'll reasonably ignore when it comes to poor explanations, weird character motivations for the sake of action and sloppy storytelling. Guessing the principal characters will know about Jon's heritage by the end of the season. Willing suspension of disbelief. It's great. You should try it! Clearly the ravens are trained to use wormholes for travel. That seems like something that should be left for the post-WW squabbling. My guess is that we'll see the WWs find a way to get beyond the wall next episode. That seems to be the logical next step to drive the plot forward. Of course that army of the dead, which took like 4 seasons to march from the area just beyond the wall, will probably be threatening Winterfell within ten minutes of the wall coming down:whistle. And their circle of advisors. ot sure they would share that info with the Lannisters at the armistice. e'll see.

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Similarly, observer-rated opioid withdrawal signs increased (OOWS; lower left), and naloxone produced significant mydriasis (lower right). The time course data for “good drug effect” appear in Figure 3 (upper panels). In general, all active doses increased good drug effect ratings with oxycodone reliably producing the highest values. To explore these early observed differences, the first hour after dosing was analyzed for select opioid agonist outcomes. In all sessions (with one exception), participants worked for drug, money or a combination of both. Thus, for the majority of sessions (74 of 88), participants distributed their responding between the two available reinforcers. Figure 5 depicts the results from the PR sessions with the number of trials worked for drug (upper panel) and trials not worked (lower panel). However, we are unaware of other studies that have employed oxycodone for this purpose. The regimen also produced measurable opioid dependence based upon naloxone challenge results ( Figure 1 ). Omission of two doses before Sample Sessions produced modest opioid withdrawal and was chosen to mimic the scenario whereby an individual may not have access to their usual opioid and misuse BUP as a substitute. The time course data suggest that the intranasal absorption of naloxone produced two effects of interest. First, the presence of naloxone was sufficient to delay the early onset of BUP’s opioid agonist effects, which were delayed in comparison to those of BUP alone ( Figure 4 ). Role of Funding Source: This study was supported by a grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, R01 DA016718-04 (SLW) and the National Center for Research Resources and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health, UL1TR000117. Reckitt Benckiser and the National Institute on Drug Abuse provided the drug supply at no cost. None of these agencies had any role in the study design; in the collection, analysis and interpretation of the date; in writing of the report; and in the decision to submit the article for publication. Footnotes Publisher's Disclaimer: This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for publication. As a service to our customers we are providing this early version of the manuscript.

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But Dr Mung insisted it had been an innocent misunderstanding and that he had simply been listening for echoes in the chest restricted by fluid. He also denied asking the teenager to take her bra off or that it was ever removed. Defence barrister Felicity Gerry, QC, said: 'There was no cupping or groping of either of the breasts. 'I suggest it was a proper medical examination and this has all been a terrible misunderstanding. ' After the doctor was jailed for 18 months, his family and friends campaigned for his innocence and won a retrial. The father of one, from Chester-le-Street, County Durham, had spent six months behind bars when the appeal was granted. The High Court quashed his conviction after it emerged the woman had sat in the public gallery during the trial, before being recalled to give evidence. At the latest hearing, a jury of six women and six men took just two hours to find him not guilty of sexual assault. Dr Maung, who had worked in Sunderland, Teesside and Hartlepool hospitals, wept in the dock as the verdict was given. The court heard Dr Maung came to the UK in the late 1990s qualifying as a GP and working in practices and hospitals across the north east as a locum. His late father was a professor of surgery in Burma and his mother was also a doctor. Character references said he is a 'loyal, dedicated, and kind' person who was brought up with a strong ethical code. He meditates five times a day and is a leading figure in the Sunderland Buddist centre. A fellow GP at court said: 'Dr Maung deserves to have been able to prove his innocence because he was wrongly convicted in the first trial. 'Doctors, not just in this country, but from abroad have supported him and we want to thank them for that. Despite making an immediate complaint, the NHS was criticised for 'shocking delay' in not reporting it to the police for 12 months. Following the trial, Dr Maung said he was prevented from commenting further due to a pending hearing before the General Medical Council.

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Something about it had a resonance, and he was able to convince others of that resonance, too. Weekend at Bernie’s II, on the other hand, only had the resonance of the first film’s success. By not developing other vernacular narratives, in spite of the vernacular form of address, it did not have resonance with the audience. We need to further investigate not only how contemporary filmmakers use traditional materials, for example, tale-types and folktale and urban legend motifs, but also how those audiovisual texts are then received by their intended audiences. Popular culture, as a whole, is one of the chief disseminators of urban legends in our contemporary society and not just through cinema. Television programs not only draw on urban legend materials for their stories but also, by retelling these legends, redistribute these stories to new generations. But, of course, these stories change over time, and the academic study of folklore (folkloristics) needs to not only identify traditional stories but also look at the changes to the stories’ potential meanings when they are presented anew. It is within that ethos of folkloristics that I am approaching the Fox television series The X-Files, examining the potential loci of meanings that the legends performed on the show indicate. I am not the first folklorist to explore The X-Files. Echoing Stith Thompson’s Motif-Index, Jones noted that the television series functions akin to such a motif index. The idea is that the series was so rooted within urban legend, that each episode can be seen as a self-contained legend narrative, and that the X-files themselves, broken down into various independent phenomena for the FBI records, constitute such a motif index for legend. The problem is that in these adaptations of folklore into popular culture, little attention is paid to the actual belief traditions within the lore itself. These “demons of popular lore” are appropriated and recontextualized with little attention to the original cultural meanings such demons originally had. Jones refers to such adaptations (including The XFiles) as but notionally folkloric: “As a general rule. Hollywood has taken over little more than the notion of a particular type of monster; not only does Count Dracula bear little physical resemblance to the revenants of eastern European belief. the sexual psychodynamic underlying nearly all vampire films. owes more to Freud than to folklore” (79).

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These experiences have been some of the most valuable and nourishing of my creative life. And yet, I find that even among my colleagues and comrades I’m continuously butting heads about what poetry is and what it's for. I take issue with the idea that my work should strenuously enact this kind of accessibility, that it has an ethical obligation to communicate in “the language of the people”. Such an idea is disingenuous and patronising in the extreme. Whether you’re talking about Attila the Stockbroker or J. . Prynne, poetry is crafted, tailored and shaped; refined and heightened, larded or stripped. Poetry is deliberate, each line transmits tension, intention and meaning. To pretend otherwise is to deny the discipline in what we do, to be afraid to call ourselves artists, to effectively edit ourselves out of art. Besides which, who says that working-class people must find poetic complexity off-putting. Who says we should not be stimulated and provoked by difficulty. That our experiences and ideas do not demand and facilitate strange and complex registers of language. Poetry isn’t accessible or inaccessible, but our current educational system operates a hidden curriculum that manipulates and limits working-class imagination, telling those from the margins what is and isn’t for them, what parts of poetry they have a right to partake of, practice and enjoy. It’s seductive because it’s easy, a kind of cop-out that avoids engaging the deep systemic and structural inequalities inherent in the publication and dissemination of poetry, and in language itself. To be poor, for example, and to be marginalised, is to find yourself everywhere described, relentlessly recorded and administered, spoken of, but never to, figuring not as persons but as problems within the apparatus, language, and collective imagination of the state. Daily discourse serves to elide or to invisibilise grim material reality; stock phrases reduce and dehumanise you; bland bureaucracy circumscribes your testimony, inhibits and restricts you. You are failed by language, by the sterile functionality of commonplace language encounters.