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Baby birthmarks

12th February 2010
Many people are born with birthmarks, which are generally defined as a visible mark on the skin that is unique to the individual and does not quickly go away. Birthmarks can take on a wide variety of coloring, shapes and sizes. Most birthmarks are sma... Read >
Author: beautymagazine

The Development of the Guitar

20th January 2010
The guitar that we know today has been around for a very long time. The first history we have of the materialization of the guitar is from Babylon. Clay plaques from 2000 B.C were discovered showing depictions of people playing the guitar. The story of... Read >
Author: michaelmoss

Popular Flower Arrangements: Flowers for Any Occasion

25th November 2009
Just about everyone loves receiving a beautiful bunch of flowers. Whether for a special occasion, a birthday, or simply to surprise a friend or loved one, a bunch of flowers brightens anyone's day. Flowers are also an appropriate token of appreciation, gr... Read >
Author: AlterSage

English Tea Cup Etiquette

18th November 2009
I am sure that everyone is familiar with a tea cup. And probably many of you have tried to use an English tea cup without knowing that it is an English tea cup. However, the use of an English tea cup especially in an English tea party or any gathering whi... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

A vacation at the Castle Castello Izzalini in Umbria, Italy

30th June 2009
The wife and I have just returned from a vacation at the Castle Castello Izzalini an exclusive complex of 15 luxuriously furnished vacation homes in Izzalini near Todi in the region of Umbria, Italy. It's a tranquil, idyllic and rewarding place to unwind ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

How to Grow Espalier Fruit Trees

09th March 2009
Do you have a small backyard and wish you could indulge in that great tasting fruit straight from the tree, not having to suffer commercially under ripe, tasteless fruit?Espaliering can help you do this by creating a tree in a two-dimensional plane.Don't ... Read >
Author: Outdoor And Garden

The Best Eye Moisturizer

28th January 2009
There are many different types of moisturizers for individual parts of your body and face. Some are configured to only remove the puffiness and others to remove discoloration. Some moisturizers are designed to remove fine lines and wrinkles and others sti... Read >
Author: Jan Wilson

Single Women Looking For Men Online at Free Women Dating Sites

17th January 2009
How do you feel when you flirt with a man or an unmarried woman with the parks? It is difficult to do that. The online service of dating is the best tool to find the men and the unmarried women on line easily. To the free women dating from the sites, you ... Read >
Author: Jenny Rogers

Napkin Folding & Origami

16th November 2008
Indeed what does origami have to do with napkin folding, restaurants and gourmet food? The answer is presentation. Long before this current season fashion trend which is looking East with its intricate fabric manipulations, the art of dressing ...a ... Read >
Author: solange

From rough to ready - diamond cutting centers across the world

14th August 2008
Diamonds that one sees in the jewelry does not come in that form from nature itself. It has to go through a very labourous and tedious process of planning, cutting and polishing before it reaches the ultimate consumers. These places where a diamond takes ... Read >
Author: Jewelry Professional

History of Knitting

10th June 2008
History of knitting: Although no one knows exactly how the history of knitting began, most agree that it probably began with Arabian sailors who travelled throughout the Mediterranean spreading their fishing net knit patterns. Apparently after the sai... Read >
Author: Georgia

A history of Cowboy Spurs

09th June 2008
The history of Cowboy Spurs begins in ancient Rome where horse riders wore a basic form of what would become the Western Cowboy Spur to allow them to guide their horses in battle. The spur became an invaluable riding aid and was also used in the Middle... Read >
Author: taoski

History Of The Hairbrush

05th November 2007
Tracing the history of the hairbrush is akin to sifting through a haystack for a needle. And while written documents in regard to the implement are scarce, there are plenty of clues as to its use throughout history by men and women both.The first appearan... Read >
Author: vincent platania

Pure Pheromone Concentrate Is An Aphrodisiac

24th September 2007
Although it is certainly much more comfortable to live now rather than in the middle ages, it has actually become more difficult to attract the opposite sex. The reason for this is that our bodies no longer excrete pheromone concentrate to the same degree... Read >
Author: Seductive Pheromones

A Brief History of the Catapult

15th February 2007
We typically think of a catapult as something that was used in the Middle Ages to destroy the walls of a castle. But catapults have a very long history dating long before the time of castles and they were developed and designed in many different ways by m... Read >
Author: Will Kalif
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