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All About Royal Blue Suits

15th February 2010
The cutting and sewing of cloth developed between12th Century to 14th Century. That was the first time the term "Tailor" came into being. Prior to this period, clothes hung loosely to their body. Later the loose robe was stitched to show the contours of t... Read >
Author: John Adam

All About Men's Calvin Klein Suits

08th January 2010
The cutting and sewing of cloth developed between12th Century to 14th Century. That was the first time the term "Tailor" came into being. Prior to this period, clothes hung loosely to their body. Later the loose robe was stitched to show the contours of t... Read >
Author: John Adam

Know about Pirate Clothes

30th June 2009
Pirates in Medieval era were sea thieves that usually sailed from the Middle East. They used to wear the clothes made from wool, leather and canvass in loose fitting. These clothes were not only worn by pirates, but also by sea going adventurers, sailors ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Duane Hanson Biography and his Art work

21st May 2007
Duane Hanson was born on 1925 in Alexandria, Minnesota. Duane Hanson's primary interest was in recreating the human form. His first extant sculpture is a three-dimensional wood rendering of the figure in Thomas Gainsborough's famous portrait The Blue Boy ... Read >
Author: Sandeep Tyagi

History of Socks Timeline

11th February 2006
Believe it or not socks have been around since the stone ages. They were very different from socks as we know them today. They were often made of animal skins that were tied around the ankles. In Ancient Egypt there is evidence of the existence of knitted... Read >
Author: Jerry Smith

Network Security 101

28th June 2005
As more people are logging onto the Internet everyday, Network Security becomes a larger issue. In the United States, identity theft and computer fraud are among the fastest rising crimes. It is important to protect your network and ensure the safety of a... Read >
Author: Robert Flanglin
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