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The announcer says: The Mississippi State University Extension Service’s 4-H-4-U-2 podcast supports 4-H services and positive youth growth. Dr. John Long and Cobie Rutherford, your hosts, are now on the air.
Rutherford, Cobie: It was, and there was a decent turnout for it. It was, however, incredibly hot. When the calendar says fall, I feel like it’s still summer in Mississippi, despite the fact that the temperatures don’t agree.
Long, John: I’ll be overjoyed. Since weather is so significant, we always discuss it on here. We’re excited for the cooler weather to arrive, and we’re delighted to welcome back a wonderful guest to the show today. Miss Courtney Headley is her name. How are you doing today, Courtney?
Long, John: Excellent, excellent, excellent. We’d like to hear a little bit more about you, so to speak. That will be our first topic of discussion. Tell us about yourself, Courtney, and how you got to where you are now.
Rutherford, Cobie: If anyone listening to us has called the 4-H office, they’ve almost always talked to Courtney at some point, particularly if they have questions about the volunteer program or community club stuff. Courtney, you work for a 4-H club in Oktibbeha County as a volunteer.
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So there you have it: the Aimbot Pistol. Hundreds of people can be killed with a single click! First and foremost: Heads must be fired AFAIK, it also locks into other players, so I’m hoping that no sleazy admins will hand it out to players :DAs I’m still new to LUA, and despite the fact that I’m…
There are 44 drones, two sweps, and one entity in this addon. This addon will not be modified with new drones or individuals, and we will absolutely decouple it from the previous portion by porting the weps and ents here. Since the old console isn’t compatible with…
The most recent iteration of the ULX admin mod (the same one you’d get from our website). For more information and discussion, please visit ulyssesmod.net. This is only needed for servers, not for your person joining matches. REMEMBER TO SUBSCRIBE…
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A range of Star Wars arms, including first-person and third-person versions.
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In the grand scheme of things, Alec Mills has always been a bit of an afterthought for the Cubs. He was a Royals 22nd-round pick in 2012, and the Cubs acquired him in 2017 in exchange for a minor leaguer (Donnie Dewees), whom they re-acquired two years later.
Then, just before Summer Camp started, Jose Quintana cut his left thumb while doing dishes at his Miami home. Mills got a spot in the Cubs rotation by default because Q is still out with no timetable for his return.
Despite the fact that Mills has only made two starts in 2020, his performance thus far suggests that excluding him from the rotation would be difficult. As the Cubs beat the Royals 2-0, he pitched a career-high seven innings, allowing three hits, three walks, and no runs, while Casey Sadler and Rowan Wick combined for a five-hit shutout.
Mills is a lite version of Kyle Hendricks. He doesn’t throw fastballs (his fastball tops out at just over 90 mph, according to Fangraphs), but he succeeds by locating his pitches well and causing poor contact. On Monday, nine of his 21 outs came on ground balls.
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Moggi’s Computational Monads, as well as Power et alFreyd .’s group, have captured a wide variety of computational effects in programming languages. Non-termination, non-determinism, exceptions, continuations, side-effects, and input/output are all examples. We present parameterised monads and parameterised Freyd categories, which are generalisations of both computational monads and Freyd categories that capture computational effects with parameters.
After a while of programming with monads, it’s normal to start defining parameterized monad families — for example, we might define a family of type constructors for IO, where the program type also tracks which files the computation reads and writes from. This is a very useful programming pattern, but the theory behind it is a little hazy: on what basis do we infer that the indices we describe are tracking what we want them to track? Furthermore, why do we assume the (say) monadic equational laws still hold true? That’s the question, and Atkey has a nice answer. He gives a good categorical semantics for indexed, effective computations, and then creates lambda calculi with equational theories that conform to the equations his semantics justifies.