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The Benefits of Using Carfax when buying your next car

24th January 2008
If you are in the market to buy a used car, using Carfax as a research tool is worth the investment. Carfax' history dates back to 1986 when it worked closely with the Missouri Automobile Dealers Association, providing vehicle history reports to the de... Read >
Author: Greg Chapman

Knight In Shining Armor Syndrome

25th July 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Lucia D Unless you just came out of a coma, you know that the late Anna Nicole Smith's ex-boyfriend is Larry Birkhead. He has been in the news since he announced he was the father of Dannielynn. One interviewer asked him why he conti... Read >
Author: Lucia

Local Used Cars For Sale By Owner

24th July 2007
Local used car for sale by owner is a term that comes up on the mind of every person that's in the market looking for his or her next car. The perception is that for sale by owner is always a money saver. This assumption would be very true if the right re... Read >
Author: kmustaffa

Patient Communication-Why Nurses are so Important in the Hospital

02nd July 2007
You could ask anyone who has ever had to spend time in a hospital about the importance of nurses. While their answers may vary, the chances are very good you would hear one repeated theme. Nurses are important because they are the ones who know first hand... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert

Baby Bath Tub - A Necessity or a Luxury?

18th April 2007
Deciding to buy a baby bath tub may be as easy as a picking out cute little baby booties, or as hard as choosing the right name for your baby. With prices on some infant bath tubs as high as 30 and 40 dollars; many may wonder if having one is really a nec... Read >
Author: Danielle Bennett

How to Stop Drinking and Driving – DUI Arrests Not Enough

02nd December 2006
The simple answer is to not drink and drive, and for simple people that is fine. But having worked with persons convicted of drinking and driving offenses for over 20 years, I know the answer is not that straightforward. The true answer is more complic... Read >
Author: Ed Reither

What to Do When the "Check Engine" Light Goes On

08th April 2006
Sometimes, warning lights get people all frazzled and lose control of the whole situation. Experts in the field of driving, automobiles, and driving safety say that people should not panic when this kind of thing happens to you. If you notice that t... Read >
Author: Joe Thompson

Whiplash Compensation Claim - Take These Actions

06th December 2005
Even the most cynical of us would agree that occasionally accidents do happen. However, more often than not, an 'accident' isn't really an 'accident' at all and a certain level of fault for the accident has to be placed squarely on the shoulder of the per... Read >
Author: Mumtaz Shah

Shih Tzu - Train Your Shih Tzu With A Collar And Lead

14th November 2005
to accept the collar and lead Walking on a collar and lead is an important skill that every shih tzu must learn. Even the best trained shih tzu should never be taken outside the home or yard without a sturdy collar and leash. Even if your shih tzu is tra... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Tips for beginners in wood carving by Jason Bibb

09th November 2005
Tips for beginners in wood carving by Jason Bibb Wood carving is, for many people, an interesting combination of hobby and art. Just like with pottery making or other types of similar art, a wood carver is deeply involved in the creatio... Read >
Author: Jason Bibb
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