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Australia’s Top 10 Favourite Allen’s Lollies

10th January 2012
Loved for their great tastes and prize winning television advertisements (who wouldn't want to be in the street when a shower of Allen's Lollies is thrown to the masses, even if it is by a giant doll?) Allen's Lollies is undoubtedly Australia's favourite ... Read >
Author: Spencer Samaroo

Discover FRYE Shoes and Boots And Very own A Part of American History

20th October 2011
The quality and robustness from the style and appear of a pair of FRYE shoes, no matter whether it be adult males's shoes, moccasins, women's fashion shoes or even the rougher boots, you already know you've found designer fashion shoes style - American Ma... Read >
Author: Jim Flessner

Brangus Cattle Breeders: History & Benefits

28th June 2011
Did you know that before the American Civil War in 1861, beef was not traditionally served with meals? In fact, it wasn't until the end of World War II that beef became a staple in the American diet. In fact, cattle breeders all over the country focus on ... Read >
Author: janetjhon

Causes of discrimination

07th March 2011
Discrimination is the act of making distinctions in favor of or opposed to certain people, classes or individuals, or primarily because of one’s race, religion or ethnicity. Discrimination is dealing with a particular human being determined by bias, inste... Read >
Author: discrimination59

Root causes of discrimination

07th March 2011
Discrimination is defined as showing differences in preference to or not in favor of people, classes or groups, or on the basis of one’s ethnicity, religion or race. It is the treatment of a particular person based on bias, instead of on their personal me... Read >
Author: discrimination59

Narcoleptic People - Men and women who became Famous

12th November 2010
Narcolepsy is simply not an easy affliction to live with. You go through unpredicted instances of overwhelming sleepiness as well as sleep attacks anytime, regardless of what you are doing. For this reason, your ability to execute your everyday tasks goes... Read >
Author: Nina Davis

Origins: zentai & Co

12th July 2010
zentai & Co was started in 1837 by Charles Lewis costume zentai and John B. Young as a stationery and fancy goods store in Lower Manhattan. Originally called zentai, Young and Ellis, the company branched into precious stone jewellery when zentai purchased... Read >
Author: zentai

World history lesson plans

11th June 2010
World history lesson plans can be more challenging to formulate than U.S. history lesson plans, as it is difficult to establish parameters of what should be included in the lesson and what should not. However, with careful organization and attention to de... Read >
Author: Peters Publishing

Teaching History With Classroom Games

11th June 2010
Teaching history with classroom games is a great way to breathe life into subject matter that some students can find boring. In this ever-changing age of digital television, internet and game consoles, teachers must constantly think of new ways to supplem... Read >
Author: Peters Publishing

Some of the World's Famous People with Schizophrenia

27th November 2009
Schizophrenia by definition is a mental disorder that is exemplified by abnormal expressions and perceptions of reality. Auditory hallucinations, odd delusions and a lack of organization in thoughts and speech, describes this disorder. Neurobiology, genet... Read >
Author: steve magill

West Virginia State Penitentiary

07th September 2009
The West Virginia State Penitentiary is a left, Gothic method jail established in Moundsville, West Virginia. It functioned from 1876 to 1995. Currently, the location is maintained as a tourist affinity and teaching facility. In 1863, West Virginia sec... Read >
Author: hasxls@gmail.com

Top 10 Things to Do in Cumberland Maryland

28th August 2009
Cumberland Maryland, nestled in the "Narrows" of the Western Maryland mountainside, is an up and coming travel destination for those looking for exciting dining, shopping, sightseeing, arts, theatre and outdoor activities. A quaint and historic city, Cumb... Read >
Author: Lee

The History of Antique Wheelchairs

30th April 2007
Modern wheelchairs are lightweight, customizable, and available for sports, battery-operated and constantly being improved. In spite of the modern feel of wheelchairs, they have been around in one form or another for much longer than most people would gue... Read >
Author: Dan

From White Dresses to Printed Scrubs the Evolution of Nursing Uniforms

23rd April 2007
The origin of nursing uniforms is uncertain. One proposal considers the convents as the source. Nuns were the original nurses. As a result, their somber black and white outfits inspired the plain clothing worn by successive caregivers. Another suggestion ... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert

To Flank or not to Flank

21st August 2006
Everyone has heard of the flank and knows it is something that you should attack. It holds magical qualities and a mysticism that if you attack an opponent's flank, and crack it, he will disappear as if he was fog with the morning Sun hitting him. Howe... Read >
Author: Chris Wilkins
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