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Important Facts To Understand Relating To The Yorkshire Terrier

10th February 2012
The Yorkshire Terrier (nicknamed the "Yorkie") is an English toy breed of dog which for the most part retains their original terrier instincts and features a silky blue and tan coat that sheds little to no hair as well as a small face with dark eyes, a bl... Read >
Author: viridianmotion

What is the history behind Oxygen therapy?

03rd January 2012
The history of putting oxygen concentrator-releasing substances into the body follows several tracks. Interest in ozone dates back to oxygen concentrators the mid-1800s in Germany, where it was claimed to purify blood. During World War I, doctors used ozo... Read >
Author: ericzeng

Reverse glass painting - China Others - Ear Thermometer Manufacturer

17th March 2011
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Reverse painting on glass is an art form consisting of applying paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the i... Read >
Author: wergrg

The English Bulldog, History and Care

07th July 2010
The English Bulldog, also known as the British Bulldog, is the 14th most popular breed in the United States. He is 108 years old, and although canine historians routinely debate his origins, many believe his ancestor, the Bulldogs, is a cross between the ... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

How Internet Communication Has Made the World Smaller

16th February 2010
The history of the world, from one angle, is the ongoing story of how it's gotten smaller and smaller in terms of travel and communication. As recently as the early 1800s, all travel and communication was the same thing - in other words, with the exceptio... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Chinese Coins - hei lung kiang province chinese coin

10th September 2009
Historically , Chinese money coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made of 3 parts copper and 2 parts lead. Cast silver coins were intermittently produced but are significantly rarer. Cast gold coins are also known to ... Read >
Author: Andy Roman

Chinese Coins - hei lung kiang province chinese coin

03rd August 2009
Historically , Chinese cash coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made from three parts copper and two parts lead. Cast silver coins were intermittently produced but are considerably rarer. Cast gold coins are also kno... Read >
Author: Stefan Mcclure

Golden Princess Cruises to Alaska and the Inland Passage.

30th July 2009
The Golden Princess cruise ship follows the inland passage of Alaska with several exciting ports of call. If you have been dreaming of visiting Alaska and the inland passage, then a cruise aboard the Golden Princess might be just the ticket for makin... Read >
Author: Matthew Shaulis

Chinese Coins - hei lung kiang province chinese coin

30th June 2009
Historically , Chinese money coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made of 3 parts copper and two parts lead. Cast silver coins were periodically produced but are considerably rarer. Cast gold coins are also known to e... Read >
Author: Joe The Blogger

Who is Ralph Lauren and What is the Polo?

30th June 2009
If you have heard of the Polo shirt, it is most likely the name Ralph Lauren is also familiar to you. While the polo is older than Ralph Lauren, it was Ralph Lauren who made the polo shirt what it is today. The polo shirt's beginnings may have started... Read >
Author: Justin Morris

Who Invented Football

28th January 2009
In America, Super Sunday is almost a sacred holiday. It's that one Sunday out of the year when the best of the best line up to battle it out on the field for the title, the rings and the prestige. Fans all over the country celebrate, root and even taste a... Read >
Author: Sherri Lonon

Paper Dolls -- Endearing Childhood Treasures

10th October 2008
Paper dolls are among of the simplest and cheapest of toys, and yet have provided great entertainment for children and adults around the world for centuries. These dolls are normally two dimensional, and are most often made of paper, but can also be made ... Read >
Author: Tom Littlepage
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