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  • Hockey Canada, formally known as the Canadian Hockey Association, is the national governing body of ice hockey in Canada and is a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. Hockey Canada controls a vast majority of ice hockey in Canada, with a few exceptions.
    practice
  • Carry out or perform (a particular activity, method, or custom) habitually or regularly
  • Actively pursue or be engaged in (a particular profession or occupation)
  • drill: learn by repetition; "We drilled French verbs every day"; "Pianists practice scales"
  • carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions; "practice law"
  • Perform (an activity) or exercise (a skill) repeatedly or regularly in order to improve or maintain one's proficiency
  • a customary way of operation or behavior; "it is their practice to give annual raises"; "they changed their dietary pattern"
    plans
  • Decide on and arrange in advance
  • Design or make a plan of (something to be made or built)
  • (plan) A debtor's detailed description of how the debtor proposes to pay creditors' claims over a fixed period of time.
  • (401(K)plan) A qualified profit-sharing or thrift plan that allows eligible employees the option of putting moneyinto the plan or receiving the funds as cash.
  • Make preparations for an anticipated event or time
  • (Plan) This shows the ground plan design, elevation of house, number and size of rooms, kitchen, bathrooms, laundry layout and position of the house on the land.
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The Practice Revolution: Getting great results from the six days between lessons
The Practice Revolution: Getting great results from the six days between lessons
Inside the Practice Room: What works, what doesn't, what really happens, and how to fix it. Instead of the traditional obsession with how much practice students do, The Practice Revolution looks at how students practice in the first place. With over 320 pages of what works, what doesn't and why, it's the most ambitious, comprehensive and approachable guide to practicing ever undertaken, aiming to turn professional music teachers into nothing short of practice experts... ...so they can help their students become practice experts too.

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Practice for week 5
Practice for week 5
I have decided that for week 5 of 52 weeks for dog - Buster shouldn't be playing hockey. Since the Olympics are coming to Canada in a few short weeks...I though I would mesh my theme with winter sports. I wasn't sure I wanted to take some practice shots prior to the week start (in the event that I would end up with a good one, that I couldn't use)...but then I thought it may make my theme easier - if Buster got used to the environment I was putting him in. I was originally planning on placing him in my hockey bag (yes it is stinky)...and I was really hoping that I could get the helmet on him somehow (but wasn't sure he would cooperate. After taking a few photos with the jersey draped over the bag, the helmet resting on him, and trying to get some of the gloves in...I quickly discovered that it could actually look like he was dressed in hockey equipment. I plan on taking my actual shots tomorrow when I get home from work - and I will be placing the jersey straight to make it look like he is wearing it...along with getting the helmet back on and the gloves resting in such a way that it looks like he has arms. I really don't like the background I used (drapes)...so I will see if I can utilize sheets or a blanket as a backdrop. The other thing I found was that even with bouncing the flash - Buster still came out too dark (had to use a lot of fill light in LR). So I am going to see if I could find a lamp or some other light source to bring him out more. If anyone has any ideas that would make these photos better - I would love to here them. Buster seems to adjust very quickly to our new theme based photos (and that cheese will follow) - he was even so relaxed while taking these he started to fall asleep ;) This was one of my initial shots - with the helmet beside Buster (as he was unsure about it).
Practice for week 5
Practice for week 5
I have decided that for week 5 of 52 weeks for dog - Buster shouldn't be playing hockey. Since the Olympics are coming to Canada in a few short weeks...I though I would mesh my theme with winter sports. I wasn't sure I wanted to take some practice shots prior to the week start (in the event that I would end up with a good one, that I couldn't use)...but then I thought it may make my theme easier - if Buster got used to the environment I was putting him in. I was originally planning on placing him in my hockey bag (yes it is stinky)...and I was really hoping that I could get the helmet on him somehow (but wasn't sure he would cooperate. After taking a few photos with the jersey draped over the bag, the helmet resting on him, and trying to get some of the gloves in...I quickly discovered that it could actually look like he was dressed in hockey equipment. I plan on taking my actual shots tomorrow when I get home from work - and I will be placing the jersey straight to make it look like he is wearing it...along with getting the helmet back on and the gloves resting in such a way that it looks like he has arms. I really don't like the background I used (drapes)...so I will see if I can utilize sheets or a blanket as a backdrop. The other thing I found was that even with bouncing the flash - Buster still came out too dark (had to use a lot of fill light in LR). So I am going to see if I could find a lamp or some other light source to bring him out more. If anyone has any ideas that would make these photos better - I would love to here them. Buster seems to adjust very quickly to our new theme based photos (and that cheese will follow) - he was even so relaxed while taking these he started to fall asleep ;) Took a couple of close ups also.

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