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The Milton Method And Hypnotherapy

21st March 2012
A lot of clinical hypnotherapists use the Milton Method for treating their clients. The Milton Method blends the techniques of hypnosis established by the pioneer Dr Braid with the concepts of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). But what is the Milton Me... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

How to Become a Plasterer in the UK

01st December 2011
Plastering is considered one of the oldest trades in the building profession. Plastering is, in a nutshell, putting plaster on walls and ceilings, using materials that form both a sound- and fire-proof service. Plastering also consists of using plaster ve... Read >
Author: Mark Armstrong

The Hello Kitty Story: How Hello Kitty Became so Popular

06th October 2011
Hello Kitty is the most famous character created by Japanese company Sanrio. It was born in Tokyo in 1974 to become a worldwide favorite very fast. In the beginning, Hello Kitty was to be called Kitty White, as one of the kittens described in Through t... Read >
Author: Criss White

Some of the Best Romantic Reforming Urdu Novels

20th January 2011
The Urdu popular fiction is thriving these days. There have been so many websites with simply excellent online Urdu novels. The following is a list of some of the best Urdu novels with romantic and social reforms simultaneously. The best thing ... Read >
Author: Asrar Asrar

English Lesson Plans, Anglais Facile Lots of benefits for your classroom

28th December 2010
Do you like English teaching or anglais facile? No matter if you're teaching English as a second language, rudimentary grammar, or English literature, any experienced teacher will tell you that English lesson plans are a will need to for any classroom. He... Read >
Author: Jacob Linsey

ELAT - English Literature Admissions Test

15th December 2009
English Literature Admissions Test (ELAT) is used by the University of Oxford at the time of admissions in their colleges for English courses at undergraduate level. The ELAT test helps to extract crème layer of students out of the pool of applicants wit... Read >
Author: GlocalStudy

The Big Push Model and Developing Economies

01st July 2009
It was Paul Rosenstein-Rodan who first coined the term "Big Push Model" back in 1943 in his work on growth in Eastern European Economies. It is an idea in development economics that lays importance on the fact that a firm's decision whether to industriali... Read >
Author: Lorraine

An epigrammatic and aphoristic sytle of Bacon in his essays

11th June 2009
AN EPIGRAMMATIC AND APHORISTIC STYLE OF FRANCIS BACON IN HIS ESSAYS The great contribution of Francis Bacon (1561-1626) to the development of English prose can hardly be overlooked or denied. He was the first scientific philosopher to write English in a c... Read >
Author: Khadim hussain subhpoto

Becoming A Market Researcher

17th August 2007
The job of a market researcher is interesting and profitable. Market research offers bright avenues for development to the new people entering in this field. There is no doubt about the fact that market research has bright future prospects. To become ... Read >
Author: James Marriot
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