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How to Become Unstoppable at Muay Thai

23rd June 2011
Muay Thai is considered to be 1 of essentially the most effective martial arts nowadays. It has distinctive approaches which are very effective in knocking down opponents which is also referred to as Thai boxing, Muay Thai. Muay Thai originated in Thailan... Read >
Author: fog ugeltristan

Builders Tips - Flat Roof Repair

23rd December 2010
Repairing flat roofs By their very nature, flat roofs tend to present more troubles than pitched ones. Although they should have been built with a slight fall to allow water to run off, pools of water tend to form on the surface. The wide variation in te... Read >
Author: Smithy

How to Repair a Brick Patio

21st May 2010
If dealing with common problems, you can easily repair brick patios yourself. One common problem is sinking, which occurs gradually as a result of expansion and contraction in the ground due to changing weather conditions throughout the year. Another prob... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Violin Repair Frequently Asked Questions

13th August 2009
If you properly care for and maintain your violin, it never should need repair. Your teacher will show you how to change strings when they break or wear out, and she will probably show you how to replace the hair on your bow, too. If you keep your violin ... Read >
Author: Hailey Alton

RIGID CHIMNEY LINERS

08th July 2009
What is a Rigid Chimney Liner? Most rigid chimney liner sections are made of nonmagnetic, series 304 or series 316 stainless steel. Unlike the flexible stainless steel liner, rigid pipe comes in sections and is usually round in shape and one to four feet... Read >
Author: chimney man

Things That Can Wreck Your Car Paint

01st March 2007
The condition of the paint on a car goes a long way in establishing how the car looks. So, what are the common things that can do a number on your paint? Salt, sunlight, water, temperature, and oxygen will damage car paint. Fortunately, they will not d... Read >
Author: Ernie Yetis

The Ideal Wine Cellar Temperature

21st March 2006
The ideal temperature to store wines is between 55F and 58F (13C15C). However, any temperature between 4065F (518C) will suffice as long as it remains constant. The degree and the speed of the temperature change are critical. A gradual chang... Read >
Author: Chris Miley

Breathing and Resonance for Good Voice Production

11th March 2006
Improving one's ability to communicate is a significant step towards improving an individual's sense of self esteem and self confidence. As a Teacher of Speech and Drama and a Voice Tutor, I am often called upon to train people in the most effective way t... Read >
Author: Maggie Hall
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