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How I Made My Breasts Grow Naturally

27th August 2009
Being flat-chested sucks! That was me a year ago. I was always slim and athletic in school and my breasts were small and pointy. That was fine for me the athlete but it totally sucked for me the woman. The rest of my girlfriends all seemed 'normal' except... Read >
Author: Nancy Newton

Beginning of Surrogate Motherhood

11th August 2009
The history of the surrogate motherhood can be traced back to the biblical times. Actually, some experts state that it can be traced back to the times of Abraham and Sara. Other people pronounce that it began before them, and that it first written recor... Read >
Author: Terry Johnson

Direct and indirect methods to install Mosaic Tiles

04th June 2009
If you are ardent at decorating your rooms with mosaic tiles, then follow these methods and create a tiling project that catches viewer attention. A neatly constructed mosaic pattern can touch the heart of a viewer. These artistic layouts are visual ... Read >
Author: Jason Colling

Historical and Spiritual Facts about Turquoise

01st June 2009
When you look at that sterling silver turquoise pendant on your necklace, think about the fact that the history of that stone began around forty million years ago! It's hard not to be a bit overwhelmed! All those millennia ago, water flowed through and o... Read >
Author: Geonerd20

The Beauty and Benefits of Opals

14th May 2009
Opals are popular gemstones for silver jewelry for centuries now. Some civilizations of old had interesting theories about the origins of this beautiful stone. Civilizations in the Middle East believed that opals dropped to the earth from the heavens on ... Read >
Author: Geonerd20

TatJacket the best option to cover up your tattoo

17th April 2009
The history of tattoos goes back to the times when the Egyptians were constructing the great pyramids. When they expanded their empire, this art spread too to the civilizations of Crete, Greece, Persia, and Arabia, and finally in 2000 BC it spread to Chin... Read >
Author: tet

See The Differences In Conventional Education System And Online Education System

23rd July 2008
Learning abilities differ from man to man. If this can be true then why can't there remain variation in the system of imparting education itself? Isn't it also obvious? In the ancient times the process of educating people depended on a school where the si... Read >
Author: ginfop

Saving vs. Spending

01st July 2007
Consider a simple scenario where an individual has some grain. He could either:Eat all of the grain now and over the course of winter. Eat the bare minimum of grain to survive and save the remainder to plant next year's crops. What are the consequences of... Read >
Author: DollarDaze

The Qur'an: Misinterpreted, Mistranslated, and Misread. The Aramaic Language of the Qur'an.

12th May 2006
The Qur'an: Misinterpreted, Mistranslated, and Misread. The Aramaic Language of the Qur'an. By Gabriel Sawma For the first time in history, a book is released to show that the language of the Qur'an is Aramaic, not Arabic. Aramaic renders inte... Read >
Author: Gabriel Sawma
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