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Cream Leather Sofa - Color Coordinating Your Home

24th November 2010
Color coordination is an important element in interior decoration. That cream leather sofa that you possess or are thinking of purchasing is a good idea because cream is a very cool and restful color. When beautifying your place, it is importunate to p... Read >
Author: vincenthall

Facial Chemical Peels for Lines and Melasma

23rd November 2010
Since the time of ancient Egyptians, one beauty treatment that has been in use is facial chemical peel. This form of treatment is still in use and popular because in a very short period of time, they help the skin to get back its former appearance. Th... Read >
Author: jsocratous

Currency .. the invention of Pharaohs.

29th June 2010
In the archaeological discovery is the first of its kind, a number of researchers and archaeologists Egyptian treasure of coins dating back to the times of some of the Pharaonic, the importance of this discovery that it denies scientific evidence categori... Read >
Author: Egypt Ala Carte

The History of Boxing

19th May 2010
Boxing is described as a combat sport or martial art where two people battle each other using their fists. A referee supervises a boxing match. One of the 2 opponents wins by knocking out the other. Fist fighting could be traced back to the ancient Egypti... Read >
Author: PipDawg

Astral Projection Secret Scam And My Review

05th May 2010
Astral projection refers to a phenomenon that any human being can experience when his or her consciousness or awareness leaves the physical body to travel independently outside. In other words, it is the out-of-the-body experience (OOBE) where the mind or... Read >
Author: ecohen

The Flower Of Life - A Pattern Of Creation

12th April 2010
The Flower Of Life dates back to the 18th Dynasty of Egypt and is a pattern that represents all creations in the universe. There are thirteen circles in this symbol that represent everything, from the beginning of life to the afterlife. It is used in all ... Read >
Author: ScottDavid

Why Not Use Honey Instead Of Sugar To Sweeten Your Your Tea?

25th February 2010
One of life's purest pleasures is a cup of steaming tea. Some like it pure but most like it sweet. Adding sugar is by far the most common way of sweetening tea. Common table sugar (sucrose) is comprised of fructose and glucose. While sugar satisfies a nat... Read >
Author: Alonzo Green

Relaxation in Ancient Egypt

12th February 2010
While we may view the Egyptian culture through a shroud of mystery, in many ways the daily life of the Egyptians and particularly their leisure time was spent pursuing many of the same activities that we enjoy today. Music played an essential role in the ... Read >
Author: Rob Mabry

The Evolution of Insulation

02nd February 2010
Even though it might be considered by many to be a "modern luxury," insulation is by no means new. In fact, civilizations like the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Romans utilized forms of insulation. The use of insulation to regulate temperatures and pr... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

The Beautiful Egyptian Pottery

05th January 2010
Ancient Egypt is a place of wild beauty and great fascination to many people today. Once, a hotbed of intrigue, commerce, and industry there is much about Egypt that remains dark and mysterious even in the modern world in which we currently live. One thin... Read >
Author: Mac Gay

Rare Earth Minerals Face Mask

06th November 2009
Rare Earth Minerals -Now available for the first time in Australia from Daylesford Victoria- Rare Earth Mineral Mask Situated in the Victorian Central Highlands, Daylesford is world renowned for its wonderfully high concentration of mineral deposits,... Read >
Author: Shel

Ancient Egyptian Mummification Process

12th October 2009
The ancient Egyptian mysterious script, The Book of the Dead, describes a lot of mummification. Many of the ancient Egyptians learned things of this script, therefore mummification was crucial when somebody passed away to move to the next world. This arti... Read >
Author: JuhaWihtahousu

History Of The Diaper

15th May 2009
What goes around comes around and what goes in must come out. Ask any parent of an infant or diaper wearing toddler as they go through 5,000 to 6,000 diapers before potty training. They'll probably all agree that the going in part isn't nearly as unpleasa... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Where Did Lipstick Originate From?

17th April 2009
Lipstick as we recognize it is a relatively recent invention, but women have been coloring their lips for a very long time. A vibrantly dyed lip was worth paying any quantity of money and using any substance, enjoyable to make a vividly colored lip. Pr... Read >
Author: Nisar Ali

Turquoise - Some Interesting Facts

09th April 2009
Jewelry from the American Southwest is very popular today, and within this genre of jewelry, one of the most popular item is a silver turquoise pendant. In many ways, turquoise jewelry has become quite synonymous with the arts and crafts of the Native Am... Read >
Author: Dale Arnold
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