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Management Distance Learning Business

Before considering the relevance of distance education for lifelong learning, we must understand what life means lifelong learning. Lifelong learning has been defined as a continuous learning process that takes place at all levels – formal and informal formal – using various modalities such as

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Did A Former Redskins Coach Divide The Locker Room Into Christians And Non-Christians?

In some ways, the Washington Redskins are the never-ending story. The team feels as if it stays in perpetual turmoil. The last seven or so seasons since coach Joe Gibbs retired for the second time have been particularly traumatic. 716 more words


Colts Dethrone Redskins For Worst Play EVER? You Decide...

Sunday Night Football 10/18/15. The New England Patriots vs the Indianapolis Colts. The swinging gate.

Chuck Pagano, you should be ashamed of yourself, calling a play like that… Some pundits are saying it is the worst play ever ran on a football field. 248 more words


"On This Play in DC Sports History": Looking back at the infamous "Swinging Gate" play

Welcome to the second edition of my recurring series “On This Play in DC Sports History.” In this series, I will take a look back at some of the most memorable moments in recent Redskins, Wizards, and Nationals history. 1,405 more words

12 obnoxiously pro-Redskins things you can say on Super Bowl Sunday

Since the Patriots and the Seahawks will be the center of attention this weekend, and the Redskins haven’t played a game in over a month, you would think that Redskins fans have no right to talk about their team for the next 48 hours or so. 964 more words

The Gospel According to Jim Zorn

My favorite football team is the Seattle Seahawks. They just played an unforgettable game against the Greenbay Packers. The Hawks were behind the entire game. In the last few minutes of the fourth quarter, they tied the game and forced it into overtime. 581 more words


Former Cards, Cats to suit up in bowls

A number of former Louisville, Kentucky and Western Kentucky players will don their college colors — or at least their helmets — once more in postseason games for draft-eligible prospects over the next week. 169 more words

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