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The Brisbane Evidence-Based Language Test is an innovative new metric to detect aphasia in acute hospital post-stroke care settings. It has undergone psychometric analysis and demonstrated high diagnostic accuracy estimates.

Clinical context, patient, and clinician input were the cornerstones for creating this assessment. To maximize clinical utility of this assessment tool, Brisbane EBLT dataset was further divided to create four Short Tests and two adapted scores.

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The Gabba

Woolloongabba’s iconic sports venue known affectionately by Australian cricket fans as ‘The Gabba’ is home of Queensland Bulls of Sheffield Shield cricket and Brisbane Heat of BBL baseball, among many others. Since 1931 it has hosted international and domestic cricket matches on both domestic and international grounds; Queensland Bulls play for Sheffield Shield while Heat play BBL.

Over the past decade, The Gabba has undergone substantial redevelopment, offering excellent facilities to both players and fans. Furthermore, non-game day events are held here, plus 14 function and dining rooms can be hired out.

At The Gabba, there have been countless remarkable moments, but none more so than Joe Solomon’s dramatic run-out of Ian Meckiff during the final Test against West Indies – it epitomised the spirit and excitement of cricket at this famous ground.

The Ground

Electrical engineers use ground (also called Earth) as a point of reference and return path for electric current. It typically comprises an earthen pipe or rod physically driven into the soil. Grounding refers to connecting electronic components within an electronic device’s chassis with earth. This provides safety by avoiding shock when unplugging/plugging them in.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi applauded India’s win, noting their remarkable energy and passion throughout the match. Australia had only suffered two defeats at The Gabba since 1979 – this defeat being their first since over 35 years! Shubhman Gill (91 runs) and Cheteshwar Pujara (56) led India’s chase while Rishabh Pant’s unbeaten 89 proved crucial in winning them the Border-Gavaskar Trophy for good.

The Players

Test cricket holds an inherent romance. From its combination of high style and raw effort to coexisting Pujaras and Pants – that’s what makes this format of the sport truly captivating.

Rishabh Pant was honored as Man of the Match on Day 5 at Australia’s Fortress after scoring an outstanding 91 not out. He credits all his support staff, noting it as being one of his biggest days ever.

On his record-breaking innings, Warner notes the importance of staying within himself and sticking to plans that worked. He was motivated by wanting to help the team win and applauds both David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne as well as Jos Buttler for batting so beautifully.