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Vietnam heritage, Long Bien Bridge, Bridging the gap

16th November 2011
The famous 113 year-old Long Bien. Bridge in Hanoi capital could be transformed into the world's longest contemporary art museum and cultural events centre according to a recently tabled proposal. Dieu Linh finds out more A major engineering feat at th... Read >
Author: John Mayer

Heavy Duty Trucks- Types and Uses

04th April 2011
Heavy Duty Trucks- Types and Uses Using trucks to transport heavy goods was an idea taken from the olden days when cattle were used to pull heavy burdens placed on carts. Promptly following the invention of the car, the truck too made its appearance on ... Read >
Author: James morrison

Here Are Some Info On Live Bottom Trailers

22nd December 2010
Live bottom trailers are a semi-trailer which is commonly used by construction suppliers to haul loose materials such as sand, gravel, grain, asphalt and potatoes. They are actually a good alternative to a dump truck or end dump trailer. Besides the ab... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Leopard Gecko-Impaction Problems

06th October 2010
Impaction is defined as something which is blocking the intestine, and this is a very common problem in leopard gecko. Impaction is often caused by ingestion of food that is hard to digest or cannot be digested at all. It is a serious problem and may lead... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

Concrete Sealers When To Use Them

30th October 2008
Concrete is a man-made construction product made by combining cement (containing lime), sand, gravel, and water. While concrete is one of the most useful materials used today in construction it is vulnerable and should be protected. The main weakness in c... Read >
Author: Debbie

Aquarium fish death: precautions of young aquarist.

27th April 2006
Another thing to watch out for in a newly installed tank is the quantity of food: very little of this should be given during the fist three weeks. Mind you! I am not suggesting that you should not give them food at all, because without food, no bacterial ... Read >
Author: Jordan Gartner
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