What are different types of serve strategies in squash?

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Serve strategies are used to gain advantage over an opponent. A lob will hit the front wall high and central, and will take the ball over head to the back of the opponents half.

If a player returns this type of serve easily then a change of serve tactic may be used. Eg, A smash or power serve. This is when the server serves the ball with a powerful smashing action. It is aimed to hit just above the service line at center or off center. The ball will come very fast and lower down at a steeper angle. Depending where it strikes the wall, it may come directly at the opponent or to their left.

Another type is to hit front wall at an angle, causing the ball to then deflect off the side wall towards the opponent. This forces the opponent to change or alter stance to return the serve, giving a possible advantage.

There are other variations, but it is always a good idea to vary your serves so as not to become...

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Squash is a generic name for plants in the gourd family. All of these plants have soft flesh surrounding a seeded core, and many have hard skins. There are a dazzling array of edible varieties, which fall into the categories of summer and winter. All squashes are equally delicious, and they have myriad uses depending on the type and the goals of the cook. Members of this family range from the humble zucchini to the stringy spaghetti squash, two familiar examples of summer and winter varieties, respectively.

Summer varieties tend to mature more quickly than winter types and typically have a thinner skin. They are tossed with pasta and salads, eaten with stir fries, and turned into chutneys. Some can be eaten raw and appears on vegetable platters. Summer squash is usually planted in the early spring for maturity in early summer and can be eaten through the summer.

Winter squash, planted somewhat later than summer varieties, mature much later, in the early fall. They...

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Squash is a versatile vegetable and many varieties are suitable for use in casseroles. Butternut, yellow and spaghetti squash are used for making a variety of casseroles, including spaghetti squash casserole and butternut squash casserole. Crookneck quash is used to make a variety of casseroles, including country squash casserole. Carrots, sausage and cheese are also commonly used when making these casseroles.

Butternut squash is often featured in casseroles. Granny's butternut casserole is made with sugar, ground cloves and ground cinnamon. It is also seasoned with pumpkin spice, butter and vanilla. Butternut casserole is made with sugar, butter and crushed pineapple. It is seasoned with ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg and chopped walnuts or pecans.

Another common squash used in casserole recipes is spaghetti squash. Spaghetti squash casserole combines squash with onion and sliced mushrooms. It also features broccoli flowers, cottage cheese and grated mozzarella...

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A business plan is basically a road map to success for your business. Many individuals have great ideas for businesses, but can...

A manager is a planner and a strategist. The modern world presents an uncertain and fast-changing environment where constant planning and strategy...

After reading a useful document, it's not uncommon to experience the frustration of not understanding what was read. This is caused by...

Developing a promotional strategy is an essential part of marketing your business. You have to be able to get the word out...

A corporate financial strategy determines how a business survives. For a business to maintain autonomy, it needs funding. The funding can come...

Marketing strategies closely tie to corporate strategies as marketing is used to achieve customer-centric goals.

Strategic management can be thought of in three categories: business strategy, operational strategy, and transformational strategy.

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The rules on excessive swings

How many different size courts are there?

The official international squash court is 32 ft. long and 21 ft wide. In North America you will find many converted Hardball singles courts (18.5 ft wide) and racquetball courts (20 ft wide). Otherwise they should all be of correct length. See FAQ #5 for the differences between Hardball singles squash and Softball squash.

9pt, 15pt or 11pt?

In all scoring systems (British (upto 9) and American (upto 15)), you get to choose the side to serve from when you win a hand-out. You alternate serve sides thereafter, upon winning points.

The 15 Pt scoring also refered to as PAR, point a rally, was first adopted by the pro men's tour in order to manage their tournament time more efficiently. It was in an era when the game of attrition was popularised. The combination of the long rallies, with points only going to the server, made for some extremely long matches. The ball would get so...

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Squash is played by hitting against the wall against another player in an 4-wall enclosed court indoors.
Tennis is played with a net separating two side of opponent(s) on a wide, long court usually played outdoors.

Squash's ball is much smaller but denser than tennis's ball.

The speed of squash is just slightly slower than tennis, but it needs tremendous speed to retrieve/return ball as the court is small.

Squash racket has much more smaller racket face area than that of the tennis.

Squash is played in best-of-five format, with each game considered won when the player gain 11 points first (for the woman, 9 points) with at least 2 points in difference compared to his opponent, and the one who wins 3 games first is the winner;
tennis is usually played in best-of-three format (with little exemption for men like the grand slams, final championship match of Master Cup, etc, which are of best-of-five format), and the one who wins two sets (three in...

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I get this question all the time: “What is the difference between a squash and a pumpkin?”

Well, to keep it simple, pumpkin is one type of squash and squash generally refers to four species of genus cucurbita, including the species to which pumpkin belongs. So, to make it clearer, both squash and pumpkin belong to the same family (the cucurbitaceae). A pumpkin is a type of squash.

Squash is considered a fruit and it grows on a vine. Here in the US and Canada, we usually break down the squash family to winter or summer squash, depending on when they are harvested.

One thing that makes pumpkin a little different from other squash, besides it orange with yellow-orange skin, is its stem. Anyone who has ever handled one knows that its stem is stiff and spikey. Another thing that sets pumpkin apart from its sisters in the squash family is that its seeds are edible.

Pumpkin can be grown in many parts of the word whereas growing other varieties of squash is more...

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Winter Squash

Winter squash matures on the vine and develops an inedible, thick, hard rind and tough seeds. Choose firm, well-shaped squash that are heavy for their size and have a hard, tough skin. Do not choose those that have sunken or moldy spots. Avoid squash with cuts or punctures in the skin. Also, slight variations in skin color do not affect flavor. A tender rind indicates immaturity, which is a sign of poor quality in winter squash varieties.


To Store Winter Squash:

Place whole winter squash on top of thick pads of newspapers in a cool, dry, well-ventilated location, preferably between 45 and 50 degrees F. Check on a regular basis for rot and use within three to six months depending on variety of squash.

Refrigerate tightly wrapped cut pieces of winter squash, such as banana, and use within 5 days.

Once a squash is cooked (by steaming or baking), the flesh of the squash can be stored frozen until needed.

To Prepare and Use...

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Both git merge --squash and git rebase --interactive can produce a "squashed" commit.
But they serve different purposes.

will produce a squashed commit on the destination branch, without marking any merge relationship.
(Note: it does not produce a commit right away: you need an additional git commit -m "squash branch")
This is useful if you want to throw away the source branch completely, going from (schema taken from SO question):

git checkout stable X stable / a---b---c---d---e---f---g tmp

to:

git merge --squash tmp git commit -m "squash tmp" X-------------------G stable / a---b---c---d---e---f---g tmp

and then deleting tmp branch.

replays some or all of your commits on a new base, allowing you to squash (or more recently "fix up", see this SO question), going directly to:

git checkout tmp git rebase -i stable stable X-------------------G tmp / a---b

If you choose to squash...

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Many managers of service businesses are aware that the strategic management (by which I mean the total process of selecting and implementing a corporate strategy) of service businesses is different from that of manufacturing businesses. This article discusses how pure service businesses are different from product-oriented businesses and why they require different strategic thinking. A pure service business is one in which the service is the primary entity that is sold.

That distinction is important because everyone in every type of business sells some element of service. In pure service businesses any transfer of a physical or concrete product is incidental to the service—for example, the written report of a management consultant. Examples of pure service businesses include airlines, banks, computer service bureaus, law firms, plumbing repair companies, motion picture theaters, and management consulting firms.

Top managers should ask themselves six questions about...

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A small company can use a number of business strategies, depending on its situation. For example, new companies may face different challenges than companies that are more established. Therefore, the business strategies they implement may be different from those of key competitors. Four types of business strategies include the growth, product differentiation, price skimming and acquisition strategy.

Growth Strategy

A growth strategy entails introducing new products or adding new features to existing products. Sometimes, a small company may be forced to modify or increase its product line to keep up with competitors. Otherwise, customers may start using the new technology of a competitive company. For example, cell phone companies are constantly adding new features or discovering new technology. Cell phone companies that do not keep up with consumer demand will not stay in business very long. A small company may also adopt a growth strategy by finding a new market...

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How can two sports, squash and racquetball, appear so similar but be so different? After all, they are both fast-paced, played in an enclosed room with a racket and ball and you need to be quick, agile and coordinated to be a good player. Although this is true, there are a lot of differences. No doubt, many differences are in strategies and stroke techniques, but the major differences are more obvious -- court layout, the equipment, serving rules and the scoring system.

Court

Both sports are usually played on an indoor court, but the courts have different dimensions and boundaries. A squash court is slightly smaller than a racquetball court -- 32 feet long and 21 feet wide. The highest in-bound point on the front wall is 15 feet above the floor and on the back wall, 7 feet. A ball that hits a 19-inch strip of tin at the base of the front wall is out of bounds. An angled, out-of-bounds line runs along the side walls from 15 to 7 feet. A racquetball court is 40 feet...

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Price discrimination is one of the competitive practices used by larger, established businesses in an attempt to profit from differences in supply and demand from consumers. Price discrimination is a pricing strategy that occurs when a business or seller charges a different price to various customers for the same product or service. A company can enhance its profits by charging each customer the maximum amount he is willing to pay, eliminating consumer surplus, but it is often a challenge to determine what that exact price is for every buyer. For price discrimination to succeed, businesses must understand their customer base and its needs, and there must be familiarity with the various types of price discrimination used in economics. The most common types of price discrimination are first, second and third degree discrimination.

First Degree Price Discrimination

In an ideal business world, companies would be able to eliminate all consumer surplus through first...

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Pumpkin vs Squash

The differences between pumpkin and squash are so slight that many people don’t really notice them. There is definitely differences in the two but these differences are not really that obvious. One of the reasons that pumpkins and squash are similar is that both of them come from the same genus, genus Cucurbita, from the family Cucurbitaceae. Another reason is that both of them are fruits and grow on a vine. The best way to know about their differences is to compare them. If you read the paragraph below, you will find out the real differences between a pumpkin and a squash.

What is a pumpkin?

A pumpkin is a fruit that usually is an orange or a yellow-orange color. It is very popular every Halloween since it is often carved into a jack o’lantern. Pumpkins got their name from a Greek word which means large melon. One of the main distinctions of the pumpkin is that its stem is more stiff and spiky than that of a squash. Its seeds are edible and...

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Marriage also known as matrimony is a socially or ritually recognized union or legal marriage contract between two individuals that establishes obligations and rights between them and their children and in-laws.

However, the concept of marriage is not a new practice and it has been a part of our society since ancient times. Marriage is a universally accepted social institution, but the types of marriages practiced in the world can be diverse. Different societies and cultures have different religious beliefs and practices for the recognition of a relationship. There are various new forms of marriage nowadays, and while some might seem very weird to us, they are legalized in many countries. However, its main essence remains basically the same. Take a look at our list of twelve different types of marriage in sociology!

Monogamy

Marital monogamy refers to marriages of only two people. Monogamy is a type of a relationship in which the individual has only...

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Even though the days are shorter and the skies are bleaker, Ontario still has so many gorgeous veggies for you to enjoy. The hearty, and delicious comfort of squash is exactly what we need to fill our bellies on the long winter days that are coming our way.

Our next featured family is winter squash! Some varieties like butternut and acorn are quite common, but there are so many different kinds that grow in our province. Get ready to learn a little more about them!

Squash History: The Three Sisters

Being one of Canada’s oldest and most important crops it comes as no surprise that squashes still represent one of our most produced vegetables, with over 23,000 tonnes grown in 2010 across our fair lands. Just think of all that pumpkin pie!

Let’s dig up those roots and hear a little more about their golden days. The Iroquois considered corn, beans and squash three inseparable sisters. They planted the three crops together to create more nutritious, sustainable...

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Squash is a racket sport played by two (singles) or four players (doubles) in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. The players must alternate in striking the ball with their racket and hit the ball onto the playable surfaces of the four walls of the court.

The game was formerly called squash rackets, a reference to the "squashable" soft ball used in the game (compared with the harder ball used in its sister game rackets).

The governing body of Squash, the World Squash Federation is recognised by the International Olympic Committee, but the sport is not part of the Olympic Games, despite a number of applications. Supporters continue to lobby for its incorporation in a future Olympic program.

History[edit]

The use of stringed rackets is shared with tennis, which dates from the late sixteenth century, though is more directly descended from the game of rackets from England. In "rackets", instead of hitting over a net as in sports such as...

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Ketogenic Diet Meal Planning Strategies

As a clinician, I believe everyone on the planet would benefit from a cyclic ketogenic diet. This means that the body uses ketone bodies as its primary fuel source a majority of the time. To get into and maintain ketosis you eat a low-carb diet with only moderate amounts of protein and high amounts of good fats. Discover ketogenic meal planning strategies in this article.

There is a growing segment of the natural health movement that endorses the ketogenic diet as the best nutritional approach. The biggest challenge people have is navigating how to set up meals to maintain ketosis.

When meal planning on a ketogenic diet you will take into account your unique metabolism. Some people do great with intermittent fasting where they go 16-18 hours without a calorie source. Other individuals who have adrenal fatigue may need to eat every 4 hours or so to maintain stable blood sugar and elevate ketones...

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Squash growing success will come with a few simple growing strategies:

• Plant several squash plants. This will ensure at least one is successful and survives pests and diseases. Stagger planting times or plant seed and transplants at the same time for continuous harvest.

• Give squash the space recommended. Check spacing requirements for each variety you grow. If the garden is tight, contain the plant by pinching out the growing tips after a vine has set a few fruits. Don’t grow squash too close together; this will help deter pests and diseases.

• Pick squash at the right time. Pick summer squashes when they are young and tender. Let winter squashes and pumpkins mature until their rinds are dull and hard. Pick and toss any fruit that is discolored or rotting before other plants or fruits are affected.

Time to plant. Sow squash or set out transplants about 2 weeks after the last expected frost in spring. Sow or plant successive crops 4 weeks...

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One of the greatest challenges we face in our lifetimes is becoming comfortable in our own skin. A person who is secure with himself is much more likely to achieve success, have meaningful relationships, and be respected by others.

A person who is insecure finds difficulty in many aspects of life. Since most people are insecure, a person who is secure has power and influence over others; even if they are not otherwise powerful.

Coming to terms with who you are is the first step in obtaining happiness in life. The sooner you realize that happiness is something that you decide internally, and not something that you get from people or posessions; the sooner you will be able to create your own destiny.

A Lifelong Process

Everyone has some form of insecurity. It’s almost impossible to be 100% free of doubt. There have only been a handful of people throughout history who have obtained this level of confidence, and most of them have gone on to be great...

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Branch

A branch is a named pointer to a commit. Selecting a branch in Git terminology is called to checkout a branch. If you are working in a certain branch, the creation of a new commit advances this pointer to the newly created commit.

Each commit knows their parents (predecessors). Successors are retrieved by traversing the commit graph starting from branches or other refs, symbolic references (for example: HEAD) or explicit commit objects. This way a branch defines its own line of descendants in the overall version graph formed by all commits in the repository.

You can create a new branch from an existing one and change the code independently from other branches. One of the branches is the default (typically named _master ). The default branch is the one for which a local branch is automatically created when cloning the repository.

Commit

When you commit your changes into a repository this creates a new commit object in the Git repository....

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Information on seeds, seed types, discussion on hybrid versus heirloom seeds.


A seed (in some plants, referred to as a kernel) is a small embryonic plant enclosed in a covering called the seed coat, usually with some stored food. It is the product of the ripened ovule of gymnosperm and angiosperm plants which occurs after fertilization and some growth within the mother plant. The formation of the seed completes the process of reproduction in seed plants (started with the development of flowers and pollination), with the embryo developed from the zygote and the seed coat from the integuments of the ovule.

Seeds have been an important development in the reproduction and spread of flowering plants, relative to more primitive plants like mosses, ferns and liverworts, which do not have seeds and use other means to propagate themselves. This can be seen by the success of seed plants (both gymnosperms and angiosperms) in dominating biological niches on land, from...

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Reality Cooks: Canine owners share their home-cooked dog food recipes – and diet strategies!

Article by Mary Straus published in the Whole Dog Journal, July 2007

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Introduction

Over the past three months, we’ve provided rules and guidelines for feeding a homemade diet, but getting started can still seem overwhelming. The recent pet food recalls have left many people wanting to switch their dogs quickly to a homemade diet, at least short-term. Despite their fears about commercial products, however, many have hesitated to start feeding a home-prepared diet, concerned that their diet would be less than perfect.

Our advice? Don’t worry about achieving the ideal diet from day one. Adult dogs will do fine on a limited diet for two or three months. If you want to continue to feed a homemade diet for longer than that, or if you are feeding a puppy, it becomes more important to ensure that you are feeding...

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