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Portuguese bridles - handmade with tradition and innovation

03rd June 2010
Bridle used to direct horses, which fitted in the mouth of the horse and attached to the reins. Bitless bridle used as noseband to direct the horse. Many design and efficient bridle are available today. It moves the horse for direction and control over th... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Who Invented The Freezer?

01st June 2010
Without the breakthroughs that people before them had accomplished, we may not have the device that these days has the name the refrigerator, one of one of the most trusted appliances that we could include in our home. To realize how the refrigerator came... Read >
Author: gurselbatmaz

American Water Spaniel Dog

19th May 2010
The American Water Spaniel is a hardy dog that is muscular and active. His head is in proportion to the body but is fairly long. It has a square looking muzzle. This has a wide nose with large nostrils that are black or can be brown. The teeth are of leve... Read >
Author: scott lipe

Oilcloth tablecloths

08th April 2010
They may possibly seem like something of the past, however oilcloth tablecloths as well as vinyl tablecloths provides significant amounts of protection for your household furniture that is not something lost in space. You might know then as something y... Read >
Author: Deborah Smith

Rhodesian Ridgeback Dog Breed Profile

30th March 2010
Description: The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a large, agile, and muscular dog. The dog measures 25 to 27 inches and the bitch 2 inches less. Depending on sex, this dog will weigh between 65 and 90 pounds. The Rhodesian Ridgeback has immense stamina, and can ru... Read >
Author: scott lipe

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

Learning Violin Chords

25th November 2009
Playing violin chords can be a challenge. There is no shortcut to mastering the technique. The only way to become adept at violin chords is practice, practice, practice! A double stop is the technical term for violin chord. It simply means that you're... Read >
Author: Hailey

History of Women's Hats

27th October 2009
Women throughout the ages have been encouraged to cover their heads, for what started as religious reasons, utilitarian purposes, and also to be fashionable; this last reason is especially prevalent in the last 100 years or so. The Olden Days Women wer... Read >
Author: DLeigl

Guide To Buying Wine Glasses

15th September 2009
It is true however that the appearance, smell and even the taste can be enhanced by using the proper glasses. The oldest surviving wine glass with a stem and foot are 15th century enameled goblets that holds more than four ounces of liquid. Towards the en... Read >
Author: satbir101

Top 6 Egyptian Landmarks

02nd April 2009
An awe inspiring country always leaves you finishing your holiday with much more than happiness. It's the memories that you take with you, the things you see and in this case, the knowledge and the things you see that make you talk about Egypt for a gener... Read >
Author: Martin Shane Jones

History of Hearing Dogs

20th February 2009
If one is to take it literally, the history of service dogs will take an eternity to tell, as dogs have been serving and living with humans for thousands of years. What is meant by history here is tracing the beginning and development of professional dog ... Read >
Author: arcel

Leather Fashion Accessories A Progressive and Fascinating History

23rd October 2008
Accessories can be defined as, clothing that is worn and carried, but not the part of the main clothing; which is a supplementary component. Fashion accessories are decorative items, such as watches, sunglasses, jewelry, gloves, handbags, hats, and be... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How Boxing Started

06th October 2008
Fist fighting or as we now know it, boxing has been about since as early as 3000BC, but formal boxing was first documented in the late 1700's. The ancient Greeks understood that pugilism or fist fighting was a game in which the Gods of Greece played; this... Read >
Author: chloeramsbottom

The Classification of Animals

02nd September 2008
How many different kinds of Animals are in existence? The figure may be thirty million with 1.5 million new animals being identfied every year. Scientists use a classification system to organise these animals into groups; each type of animal is then given... Read >
Author: Andrew

Answering Your Carpet Questions

27th August 2008
There is little doubt that you know what a carpet is but do you know all of the different types of carpets that are out on the market? There is quite a bit of history attached to carpets and it may surprise you to find out how long they have been around a... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON
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