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Charm Beads - The Latest Jewellery Trend

27th September 2011
How can such a little piece of jewellery become so popular amongst all age groups, the charm bead bracelets is a jewellery trend which started a few years ago now and it’s no longer possible to walk past a jeweller’s window without seeing them. They have ... Read >
Author: My Gemstones

the importance of motorcycle frame sliders

15th April 2011
These sliders have been created to give unsurpassed protection to your 2005 Kawasaki ZX6R 636 Ninja in the unfortunate event of a lowside or tip more than. Motovation frame sliders are designed and made by a firm that only would make frame sliders. Each a... Read >
Author: Johnie Fry

Cardboard Shredder Machines, Uses and Benefits for Business

20th October 2010
A cardboard shredder machine is an item of equipment equivalent to a paper shredding machine but with much more power. This power enables it to devour its way through any number of thicknesses of cardboard. Depending on how powerful they are, your machine... Read >
Author: Mark Kaye

Flesh Tunnels

18th August 2010
Individuals across the world are resorting to various means to express themselves. While some do so by penning a poem or prose or conjuring magic with an easel and canvas, there are others who get body piercing. Though body piercing has been around for ce... Read >
Author: Aliceshown

Traxxas Slash Race Tips: Simple Changes for Improved Performance

16th October 2009
Traxxas introduced the radio-controlled 1/10th scale Slash in 2008. It wasn't long before the vehicle became extremely popular with both experienced racers and novices. The low price point, combined with its durability has attracted many to the sport. At ... Read >
Author: RCnewbie

Inhaler, Spacer and Nebulizer

16th February 2009
Inhaler, Spacer and Nebulizer What is Spacers? Spacers are also called as aerosol-holding chambers, add-on devices. Spacers are designed as plastic or metal containers or long tubes that slow the delivery of medication (usually the inhaled corticoster... Read >
Author: ClinicalGuard.com
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