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Sharapova then received a wildcard to play Birmingham Classic. However, the same thigh injury at the Italian Open forced her to withdraw from the entire grass season, including the Wimbledon qualifying rounds. Sharapova was given another wildcard at the Stanford Classic, her first hard court tournament since the 2016 Australian Open. Her first round opponent was Jennifer Brady, whom she defeated in three sets. The win also pushed Sharapova back inside the top 150. Sharapova withdrew from the next round with a left arm injury. She was set to make a return at the Canadian Open, where she had received a wildcard, but ultimately withdraw due to a left arm injury. She was set to play the Cincinnati Open as a wildcard but pulled out to be fully fit for the US Open, which had also granted Sharapova a wildcard entry. She opened the US Open against world No. 2, Simona Halep, and won in three sets, her first US Open win since the 2014 US Open. In second round she defeated Tímea Babos, coming from a set down to win in three. In the third round, she played the American wildcard Sofia Kenin, an 18-year-old who was making her first main draw appearance in a major. Sharapova defeated the teenager in tight straight sets to advance to the second week of the US Open. She was defeated by 16th seed Anastasija Sevastova in the fourth round.
Sharapova started her clay court season at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. Sharapova faced sixth seed Caroline Garcia in the opening round but lost in three tight sets. This was her fourth consecutive loss, marking her fall out of the top 50. Sharapova ended her losing streak with a straight sets win over Mihaela Buzărnescu at the Madrid Open. Sharapova defeated Irina-Camelia Begu, and Kristina Mladenovic in straight sets to advance to quarterfinals. Sharapova fell to Kiki Bertens in three sets, despite the loss, she climbed back inside the top 40. Sharapova began her Italian Open campaign with a three set win over 16th seed Ashleigh Barty. In the second round, Sharapova defeated Dominika Cibulková in three sets, following it up with a straight sets victory over Daria Gavrilova in the third round. From a set down, she went on to defeat world No. 5 Jelena Ostapenko in the quarterfinals. Despite taking the opening set in the semifinals, Sharapova's run in Rome ended with a three set loss to world No. 1, Simona Halep. Despite the loss, her performance improved her ranking inside the top 30 and being seeded for the first time since her suspension at the 2016 Australian Open. Sharapova began her 2018 French Open campaign with a three set win over Richèl Hogenkamp and continued with a straight sets win over Croatia's Donna Vekić in the second round. In the third round, she defeated world No. 6, Karolína Plíšková in straight sets to advance to the second week of the French Open. In the fourth round, Sharapova was set to play Serena Williams, but Williams withdrew due to injury, giving Sharapova a walkover into her first Grand Slam quarterfinal since the 2016 Australian Open. Sharapova's run ended with a straight sets loss to world No. 3 Garbiñe Muguruza in the quarterfinals.
Sharapova was an aggressive baseliner, whose game was centered around her powerful serve and groundstokes. She hit her shots with relentless speed, power, and depth, and could generate sharp, acute angles with both her forehand and backhand. Her aggressive, high-risk playing style meant that she typically generated high numbers of both winners and unforced errors. Sharapova's greatest weapon was her backhand, which was described upon her retirement as \"among the best in tennis\". Her crosscourt backhand was her greatest shot, although she was also adept at hitting her backhand down-the-line; she was able to hit winners with her backhand from any position on the court. Her forehand was also strong, with her being capable of dominating opponents with her flat, powerful forehand. She was one of the few players on the WTA Tour who often used the reverse forehand, also known as the 'buggy whip' forehand; her forehand technique allowed her to hit winners from defensive positions. This shot excelled on fast grass, hard, and carpet courts; it has been speculated, however, that her reliance upon this shot may have contributed to her worsening shoulder injury. From 2010 onwards, when she returned after shoulder surgery, Sharapova began to hit her forehand with a more conventional swing, with increased amounts of topspin. This alteration allowed her to excel on clay courts, but affected her game on faster hard and grass courts. Instead of using a traditional volley or overhead smash, she preferred to hit powerful \"swinging\" volleys when approaching the net or attacking lobs. Later in her career, Sharapova added both a drop shot and a sliced backhand to her repertoire, making for a more unpredictable playing style; whilst her drop shot was highly telegraphed, her exceptional execution allowed her to end points, or induce unforced errors from opponents. Upon her return from her doping suspension, Sharapova began to attack the net more, and showed improved feel when volleying, being able to hit delicate volleys with increased regularity; this tactic was considered by some to compensate for her decreased power at the baseline as a result of her shoulder injury.
Although a United States resident since 1994, Sharapova still prefers Russian citizenship. Sharapova has stated the reason she prefers to keep Russian citizenship is because \"it is about the family environment, it is about the rich culture. Just life experiences that I look back to and I know that for so many years I was shaped into the individual I was from those experiences. And not necessarily simply the country, but the people, the mentality and the toughness and that never giving up attitude\".
At 7:09 p.m., the airship made a sharp full-speed left turn to the west around the landing field because the ground crew was not ready. At 7:11 p.m., it turned back toward the landing field and valved gas. All engines idled ahead and the airship began to slow. Captain Pruss ordered aft engines full astern at 7:14 p.m. while at an altitude of 394 ft (120 m), to try to brake the airship.
Eckener rejected the idea that hydrogen could have been ignited by an engine backfire, postulating that the hydrogen could not have been ignited by any exhaust because the temperature is too low to ignite the hydrogen. The ignition temperature for hydrogen is 500 C (932 F), but the sparks from the exhaust only reach 250 C (482 F). The Zeppelin Company also carried out extensive tests and hydrogen had never ignited. Additionally, the fire was first seen at the top of the airship, not near the bottom of the hull.
Although Caribbean poet Kamau Brathwaite was reared within the shadow of the British Empire, and grew up learning high modernist aesthetic practices, he nonetheless found his way to a mobile and associative poetic that proceeds by way of immanence, deterritorializing imperial sovereignty, and making major contributions to transnational, cross-cultural, postcolonial poetry. Coming of age in the 1940s, in the midst of a diversity of spoken languages in the Caribbean, Brathwaite recognized an English lexicon infused with Caribbean syntax and rhythms and dubbed it \"nation language.\" Some fifty years later, and by then the recipient of a PhD in history, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Neustadt International Prize, Brathwaite began writing his poems using an array of stylized computer typefaces, arranging them concretely on the page, and calling their idiosyncratic appearance \"video style.\" By choosing the name \"nation language,\" Brathwaite conferred upon that language the ability to enter into conversation with the imperial English, and his later video style forces a similar conversation upon the material forms of words, which now must face the possibility that they were never before written correctly, when they existed purely \"in the pores of the empire.\" 076b4e4f54